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North Brockton

Regular Forum (No New Posts) Rebel HQ
The headquarters for the rebellion are stationed at a townhouse estate named Regal Lane. At Regal Lane, there are three rows of six townhouse apartments (18 in total), each of which share a conjoined basement. The HQ rests in the west-most row of houses, apartments 13-18, and is predominantly placed in the conjoined basements while the apartments upstairs, which all house rebellion members, are largely there to act as a front. Each apartment is two floors and consist of two bedrooms, one and a half baths, a kitchen and living area. The basements are simple studio rooms with washer and driers, and a small hallway that connects the six basements with a bulkhead leading outside. Since the area is small, many rebels live outside Regal Lane. Some even live downtown. Thread limit: 2
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Regular Forum Washington Park
Located south of Regal Lane, children once played here. Now, nothing more remains than sand and the twisted wrecks of a jungle gym, hardly functional swings and some teeter-totters. Rebels sometimes come here in memory of peace lost, but more often than not they use it for its prime lookout positioning between the inner city to the south, the Mark 21s territory to the east and HQ. Thread limit: 1
Very Odd, What Happens in a World Without … Apr 12 2013, 03:51 PM, By Espi
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Regular Forum Brockton Schools
William J. Hillsbourough Memorial School is where kids went to school in Brockton from Kindergarten to grade 8. The high school is simply called Brockton High School. Each school houses about 700 kids, so the buildings are still in good use (if understocked on teachers), the playgrounds are still serviceable, and damage is minimal beyond some chipped bricks and the occasional hole in the ceiling. The elementary school sits directly on an accessible street, while Brockton High requires one to turn off of the road and drive up a long winding path that goes up a hill and behind the elementary school. As such, the two buildings are basically next to one another. Thread limit: 3
Walking the City that Fell Apr 12 2013, 05:43 PM, By Bikriki
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Regular Forum (No New Posts) Suburban streets
Possibly the most active warzone in the whole city, the quiet streets of uptown suburban Brockton are now forts filled with desperate rebels attempting to repel both military forces, and Mark 21s seeking to wipe out the rebels as part of a twisted bargain. That being said, some people DO still try and find a life here. Those who do live are wise to have a garage, since exposed vehicles tend to get stolen or vandalized, and living in such a broad area necessitates a vehicle. Thread limit: 4
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