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V2 Pre-Game Archive

Regular Forum (No New Posts) Franklyn Senior School
This school is better known for its sport program than anything else.
For Whom the (Lunch) Bell Tolls Oct 29 2006, 06:55 PM, By Strawberry Prince
Topics: 3 Replies: 8
Regular Forum (No New Posts) P.J. Gilroy Academy
A private school in Smallstown, New Jersey. Got a genius type character or a character whose parents forced them into a high class kind of school? Then, Gilroy Academy is the academy for you!
Class. Eat. Study. Mar 3 2007, 08:08 PM, By Jun
Topics: 2 Replies: 13
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Bathurst High School
An average, mediocre school located in Denton, New Jersey.
Shades of Gray, Part II Oct 18 2006, 09:31 PM, By Megami
Topics: 3 Replies: 0
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Hobbsborough High School
Hobbsborough is a combination of two schools. A public and a Catholic school. You can just feel the tension in the air.
Hallway Encounter Oct 29 2006, 06:32 PM, By Jotun
Topics: 7 Replies: 37
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Briarwood Apartment Complex
Briarwood Apartment Complex, situated on the north side of town, boasts a stunning 498 units in the sprawling complex. People from all over flock to Briarwood for housing: the rich, the poor, and those in between. The complex is somewhat segregated in terms of wealth. Those who can afford the higher-priced apartments have them, while those who aren't so fortunate are stuck with the crummy ones in the back.
Home Again, Ernest Oct 26 2006, 11:56 PM, By Endless_Helix
Topics: 2 Replies: 0
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Kensington Heights
A ritzy, upper-class subdivision located on the south side of town. Kensington Heights, which rests atop a large hill overlooking the Fairway golf course, boasts some of the priciest and most stunning houses in the entire area. Exclusive in all aspects, it also boasts private grocery stores and shopping outlets for its residents.
Gala in the heights. May 5 2007, 09:22 AM, By laZardo
Topics: 3 Replies: 22
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Carrington Pointe
Carrington Pointe, located in the eastern district, is a lovely neighborhood which serves as home to many middle-class families. Carrington is home to citizens of all shapes, sizes, and colors, and proudly boasts their neighborhood watch program. It sits atop a hill and gives off a beautiful view of the nearby beach.
Still at Marimar's House Oct 29 2006, 02:46 AM, By Strawberry Prince
Topics: 4 Replies: 12
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Tilles Court
Located on the west side of town, Tilles Court has been around almost as long as the city itself. Most of the homes are older and need a lot of fixing up. This makes them cheap, and so Tilles has become a haven for the lower class. It's also home to Tilles Park, a place not to be caught in at night. Sadly, the police don't bother patrolling this neighborhood much anymore.
A trap Oct 29 2006, 10:44 PM, By Jotun
Topics: 4 Replies: 1
Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Seaside
The beautiful shoreline that outstretches into the Atlantic Ocean is Denton's pride and joy. A large amusement park has been built on the coast and is one of the primary sources of income for the city. Further up, a marina filled with boats exists, and even further up is the desolate and untainted shoreline, stopped only by a lone pier that juts out into the water.
Battle in Paradise Oct 21 2006, 04:44 PM, By Megami
Topics: 4 Replies: 0
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Major Taylor Skate Park
15,300 square feet of pure concrete, Major Taylor Skate Park is the largest skate park in the tri-state area. It is an outdoor park boasting a half bowl and two half pipes. It also has a street-oriented course that includes a 5 sided transition pyramid, ledges, walls, and a few rails. The park is open to skateboards, in-line skates, quads, and bicycles. You must wear pads at all time and sign a waver upon admission, but it offers special events like skate shows, and has a refreshment stand.
Major Taylor Skate Park Sep 26 2006, 07:00 PM, By Megami
Topics: 1 Replies: 0
Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Drive-In
Actually, it's known as "Frank Magallanes's Drive-In Movie Extravaganza", but it's refered to by the locals simply as the "Drive-In". It is, as one could imagine, a drive-in movie. It's also one of the more popular dating spots around town. The concept is simple: you drive through, purchase your snacks and beverages, sit in your car, and watch whatever's showing this week on the enormous display screen. Sit back and enjoy the show!
The Drive-In Sep 26 2006, 06:59 PM, By Megami
Topics: 1 Replies: 0
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Parkway Shopping Plaza
An alternative to the hustle and bustle of Central Mall, Parkway Plaza is filled with small shops and restaurants, mostly run by local merchants, and many thrift and second-time-around shops for those who would rather not (or simply can't afford to) spend ridiculous amounts of money on clothing and shoes.
1 Thing Only... Oct 18 2006, 12:24 AM, By laZardo
Topics: 2 Replies: 0
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Sweet Bay Coffee
Situated across the street from beautiful Creekmore Park, Sweet Bay Coffee provides a scenic view, a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere, and a live band on every Friday night. Their menu boasts hundreds of varieties of coffees, cappuccinos, and frozen mochas, in addition to a variety of other choices. The building even has a wireless connection, and many a time students can be seen working on their homework or scoping out the hotties walking the trail in the nearby park from here.
Funky Brunch Nov 10 2006, 04:39 AM, By Strawberry Prince
Topics: 2 Replies: 14
Regular Forum (No New Posts) Performing Arts Center
The Performing Arts Center, often abbreviated PAC, is a multi-use performance space that can be adapted for use by various types of the performing arts, including dance, music and theatre. Performances of varied kinds are always happening here throughout the seasons from the theatre groups’ newest play to galas featuring the city’s symphony orchestra.
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Regular Forum (No New Posts) Benson's Bar and Grill
This quiet restaurant located in a secluded part of the downtown area has become quite a popular afterschool hangout for the local teens. The restaurant's friendly staff and relaxing atmosphere provide the perfect place to study, catch up on homework, or just hang out with friends after school. Be sure to try the Mamma's Mexican Surprise, it's the best in the tri-county area!
Breaking Pains Nov 4 2006, 07:53 PM, By Strawberry Prince
Topics: 1 Replies: 14
Regular Forum (No New Posts) South 62nd Street
One of the most important streets in the city, South 62nd Street is home to St. Mary's Mercy Medical Hospital, the Court House, and the City Hall. Lots of important business goes on here, and you can often see a strange mix of business suits and scrubs meandering down the street's sidewalk doing their daily tasks.
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Regular Forum (No New Posts) Midway Bowling Alley
Located in the downtown area, Midway Bowl is a popular hangout for young and old alike. The alley houses a small arcade and a pool room, as well as a snack bar. Cosmic bowling is a popular event, and is held every Friday and Saturday night. Karaoke is every Wednesday, and drinks are always a dollar a piece!
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Regular Forum (No New Posts) Central Mall
Located right in the heart of Denton, New Jersey, the mall is the city's centerpiece. Standing at three stories tall, this building caters to the needs of Denton's citizens and the surrounding population alike. Many popular stores and restaurants have taken up residence here in the hopes of selling their products, and there's always a crowd. The bad news is, traffic's a nightmare, and it's next to impossible to find a parking place.
Deep Thought Oct 20 2006, 06:01 AM, By laZardo
Topics: 2 Replies: 15
Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Rec Center
The Recreation Center, located near Denton's seaside, boasts a slew of events for the everyday teen. The center contains a gym, a glistening pool, a large game room complete with pool, air hockey, and foozball tables, and offers martial arts, yoga, and various other classes throughout the day.
Just a Dip (open to all) Oct 18 2006, 08:38 PM, By Mitsuko2
Topics: 2 Replies: 20
Regular Forum (No New Posts) The Past
Everyone has a past. Within this forum, pre-game threads from the V1 website, collectively known as the "Past", are placed. Click here to dig even further back into your favorite V2 character's past.
Mihiro Duli Mar 12 2007, 10:33 PM, By Guest
Topics: 102 Replies: 42
Subforums: The Distant Past, "The Past" Profiles, "The Past" Information