d20 Modern: Heavens and Earths
Old Industrial Area
This giant facility is designed to work with large train parts, modify, disasemble and ensamble them. The place is divided in iron and steel sections with the specialized tools for each metal. Right now, they have around 500 employees. The owner of the facility is Mr. Fitzwilliam, his chief Engineer is Mr. Rose. Lou Doublelittle is the plant mechanic and is in charge of a small workshop in the back of the facility were he can fix small parts of the big machines.
“Well, you know when you want something really bad, and you close your eyes and you wish for it? God’s the guy that ignores you.”
Wallace Reno works as the night groundkeeper on the Metal Works facility on the Old Industry Area. He’s not a sociable person and has been known to use his big dog to wound people that enter the facility on his watch. The dog’s name is “Killer” .
Walter Wesson is John Wesson’s brother and has lived in Tallahassee, Florida for many years and now moved back to his hometown of Eerie, Indiana. He’s a very environmentally conscious person. His friends at the Metal Works, were he works the worst shifts possible, call him Tallahassee. He likes to do dangerous jobs, eat Twinkies and loves big cars.
“Where are ya, you spongy, yellow, delicious bastards! In Mexico, you know what they call Twinkies? “Los submarinos” I’m not great at farewells, so uh… that’ll do, pig.
Time to nut up or shut up!
2006: Talahassee tells his coworkers how he faught a bunch of zombies and how he defeated and burn them. Nobody believes him, except his nephew Dean.
Metal Works & Veterans
During the WWII the Fitzwilliams and their industrial behemoth Metal Works, were very famous. They even had a Veteran & Disabled Initiative that started in 1940 and was pioneer in hiring disabled veterans and people that had accidents during their shifts at Metal Works. Here a bunch of veterans pose for a photograph in a party performed at the Fitzwilliam’s household.