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The Arbor (sometimes referred to as the courtyard[1]) is between 123 Sesame Street and Hooper's Store. The area has gone through many changes over the years. At one time, the building that serves as its backdrop housed a garage; for a while it was the location of Gina's veterinary practice. Now, it is Charlie's Auto Repair garage.

During the first season, when the street was straight, this area was simply a tall fence between 123 and Hooper's Store. When the show went into it's second season, the street was curved, and the more commonly-known arbor area was added at the bend between Hooper's and 123. At first, the arbor area included a tall fence between Hooper's and a building that was used as a garage for Susan's Volkswagen. This building also sat closely next to 123. Behind the fence was a simple backdrop of a couple of apartment buildings in the distance, and a red tower with the alphabet painted on them. In 1992, when the set was moved to a new, larger, studio, the background was updated, and more distant buildings were added, and the alphabet tower was converted to an actual tower that stood behind the garage (and was later repainted gray when the set was cleaned up and brightened a year later). In 1998, the fence was shortened and the backdrop was replaced with a new small two-story apartment building (where Elmo now resides) and the alphabet tower was replaced with another new apartment building. The garage was later transformed into Gina's new veterinary office. That same year, the arbor area was enlarged to allow for more camera angles according to Caroll Spinney, and a small community garden was added in between the garage and 123. [citation needed] Beginning in 2002, the arbor area has gone through a series of small changes that can be seen in the photos provided.

In 2008, the arbor went through another change, adding a bigger garden, getting rid of the large crates, fences and adding more plants. The garage also changed, removing the staircase and upper-door and converting it into "Charlie's Auto Repair".

Gallery

Sources

  1. Sesame Street Monopoly

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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

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Courtyard


The layout of the district
quests: Get a plow for Mr. Smith
Rescue Amanda's husband, Joshua
Find Mr. Nixon
Help Charlie

The Courtyard area is the first district of Vault City an Outsider enters and hardly an indicator of the splendor of the main city.

Vault City

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Guild Wars

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The Courtyard
Basic Info
Campaign: Core
Type: King of the Hill
Part of: The Rift
Neighbor(s)
None.
Map
Map of the Courtyard.
(click to enlarge)

The Courtyard is normally the seventh PvP map in the Global Tournament. It is a "King of the Hill" map with 3 teams, in rare cases only 2. Teams start on three opposing sides of the map. There is an altar in the center of the map. The team that has more points when the timer runs out wins.

Notes

  • To claim the center, place your Ghostly Hero on the altar and allow him to use Claim Resource.
  • The Gates can be opened and closed by a lever on the center side.
  • The team holding the center gets a point every 30 seconds.
  • Each team (along with their possibly dead priest) will resurrect at 2:00 at the center if their team is holding it. Otherwise they will resurrect at their resurrection shrine provided that their priest is still alive.
  • The three sides are not actually identical; yellow has a slightly longer route to the center.
  • Teams jumping from lower steps of the Heroes' Ascent often spawn on the yellow side.

In the Courtyard, each team has a Ghostly Hero and a Resurrection Shrine tended by a priest.

Heroes' Ascent Maps
Heroes' Ascent (Tournament Map)

The UnderworldFetid RiverBurial MoundsUnholy TemplesForgotten ShrinesGolden GatesThe CourtyardAntechamberThe Vault
The Hall of Heroes
Out of rotation: Broken TowerScarred EarthSacred Temples


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