Carver Street

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Carver Street

Pegton [81, 54]

Osment Drive Gyles Library wasteland
Winscombe Crescent Carver Street the Isgar Museum
Webber Boulevard St. Birgitta's Church Dinham Alley Police Department

Basic Info:

  • A Street is a city block containing no buildings or monuments. There are a variety of other names besides Street including Alley, Avenue, Boulevard, Drive, Grove, Lane, Row, Square, Walk, Place, etc.
  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.

Carver Street


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A typical surburban development, exceptional only in its unexceptionality.


The utter blandness of this street conceals a bitter history. It was behind the picket fences and stoneclad walls of these identikit houses that the notorious Carver Street Conspiracy was hatched in 1989, as a reaction to the sudden influx of nor'easterners.

The upper-lower-middle class residents of Carver and similar sou'western residential areas were appalled at the prospect of sharing their half of the suburb with less-privileged human beings, and plotted to plant a series of bombs across the suburb, but chiefly in strategic locations in the southwest. The plan was to make it appear that nor'westerners were deliberately trying to create disorder, in order to achieve a violent takeover, and thereby discredit the Pegton reunification movement.

The Battle of Carver Street

Fortunately, before this devious scheme could come to bloody fruition, brave Donalbain Biddescombe alerted the authorities. Ringleader Walter Ferguson was arrested along with the key figures of the Carver Street Gang: Gregor 'Greggsy' McGregor, Craig Hunn, and Billy 'the Fish' Fraser. Despite some brief scuffles as they resisted arrest, the Conspiracy was over before it even began. The path to reunification was clear.