Category:Covent Garden Station Quests
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Covent Garden Station is the 2nd station encountered.
- Covent Garden Approach -> Holborn Station
- Upper Kingsway Sewers -> Lower Kingsway Sewers
- Covent Garden Steam Tunnels
- Covent Garden Train Depot
- Covent Garden Market (S)
- Bloomsbury -> British Museum
- Leicester Square -> St. Martin's -> Charing Cross Approach -> Charing Cross Station
- Normal - 3-8
- Nightmare --
- Hell's Yard (S)
Breach the Hellrift in Covent Garden Market. Recover Dr. Fawkes remains
- Test Monkey (S)
Breach the Hellrift in British Museum
Use the Fawkes Device. Survive!
Kill Emperor Gulkar in the British Museum
- Wisdom & Chaos (S)
Travel to Charing Cross Station. Speak with Arphaun
- Strange Brew
Take 4 Blade Husk Claws from Blade Husks in Upper Kingsway Sewers
- Like Acids, Eh
Take 8 Hearts of Rage from Shriekers in Bloomsbury
- No Point In Steering
Use the Possessed Pickle Jar on 4 Sources of Evil in Charing Cross Approach
- Bad Doggy
Kill Lord Nyssaylor in Covent Garden Steam Tunnels
- Trouble Find
Explore Upper Kingsway Sewers
- In A Row
Kill 7 Imp Snipers in St. Martin's
- Some Are Bigger...
Kill Big Ben in Lower Kingsway Sewers
Kill 8 Ravagers in Covent Garden Market
- On The Streets
Explore Leicester Square
- Hung Over
Take 10 Blind Eyes from Fellbores in Lower Kingsway Sewers
- Use For The Win
Activate 3 Proto Detectors in St. Martin's
- The Lender
Travel to Charing Cross Station. Speak with Techsmith 314
- Mopping Up
Kill 16 Imp Troopers in Covent Garden Train Depot
- Sweet Dreams
Kill 9 Shriekers in Bloomsbury
- Trust Me To Trust You
Use the Sedative on Lord Mielmight (while he's alive) in Leicester Square
- Wanted: Bag O' Bones
Kill Bag O' Bones in Covent Garden Train Depot
- Wanted: Fangsnort
Kill Fangsnort in Covent Garden Steam Tunnels
The Covent Garden Station, which was one of the busiest on the Underground network, had no escalators - only lifts – which greatly slowed down the flow of passengers. It also made this a highly defensible location in many ways, and an early target of the demons. Obviously, the long-term plans to redevelop the station to cope with the increased customer capacity were never realized.
The station is most known for the stand the Templar took against the demons in the early days of the conflict there. A particularly brutal assault, the same that caused a severing of the Tottenham Court line, came to its fearsome conclusion in the Covent Garden Station. The battle brought the most Templar losses to date, and it was only halted when they managed to push back the demonic hordes and then set off last-ditch explosives that caved-in the southern section of the station. Sealing off that portion of the Underground line, the blast crushed the majority of their enemies beneath tons of concrete and steel.
Although the Templar came away with a victory, it was a tainted one in that Covent Garden could never be used as a safe zone for establishing a community center. It still serves as a sketchy outpost, manned by a skeleton crew – more a listening post and waypoint than a means of transit or sanctuary. There are ways through the open tubes, but many potential routes into other parts of the city have been sealed with blast doors that are a part of the ongoing defense against the demons.
Covent Garden Station is one of the Underground Stations.
Pages in category "Covent Garden Station Quests"
The following 22 pages are in this category, out of 22 total.