Old Growth (Region)

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Old Growth (Region)
Old Growth (Region)
Information
Level Unlocked
12
Features
Campsite, Playground, Woodland Areas
Disambig.png This article is about the large section of the surface. For the building, see Old Growth Daycare Center.

Old Growth is one of the areas in Redacre available for selection in the region map. It is only available to players who are Level 12 or higher.

Description[edit | edit source]

This is the third and final section of the map that opens to players after Lower West Hoadly. Eldridge Lane is home to an award-winning comprehensive daycare program designed to cater to Redacre's unique cultural balance. The staff are committed to helping Redacre's young minds to develop life-long skills without the influence of cellular age. This section of the map includes Old Growth Daycare Center, a playground, camping site, forested area, and another Red Door on the back of an Animal Control Truck. This Red Door is similar to the trucks located at 921 Hoadly and 1005 Hoadly. When opened, it significantly increases the size of the surface area of the map and provides connections to Dream Therapy, The Well, and Nerve Center.

Spawn & Exit Locations[edit | edit source]

There are 2 main spawn and exit caves available in this region of Redacre as well as unknown number of additional spawn location.

  • A cave by the campsite near the entrance to Dream Therapy.
  • A cave located in the deeper part of the woods across the Old Growth Daycare Center.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Originally, this area was designed to be residential like Lower East Hoadly with numerous connections to Plexus and other areas underneath in the Maze. The original version of this area included a sewer system under the streets, numerous houses (notably one with the deer statue, as seen in the Loading Icon), and a community playground which still exists. This area was redesigned during the first few Early Access builds.

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