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Meagher Valley is a one of the three main maps in the campaign of State of Decay 2, alongside Cascade Hills and Drucker County.

Meagher Valley

First look of the Meagher Valley map, taken from IGN early gameplay videos.


HistoryEdit

The area that would become known as Meagher Valley was created 50 million years ago. It was a breeding ground for mammoths and hunting ground for dire wolves and short-faced bears.

It is unknown who first settled the valley. During the western expansion of the United States, the valley was a popular stop for travelers, many of whom settled in the area and built farms and homes.

In the early 20th century, the area began seeing major growth due to its fertile farmland, with their crops feeding American troops during both World Wars. The economic boom eventually stagnated, but Meagher Valley continued to prosper and modernize. Beginning in the early 2000s, wind turbines were built across the valley that provided residents with clean energy, and several commercial chains began setting up shop in the surrounding neighborhoods.

When the outbreak first hit, Meagher Valley erupted into panic. Dozens of residents fled in their cars, choking the highways in and out of the valley. An attempt by the Army to quarantine the valley failed, and as a result the area quickly became overrun.

Home SitesEdit

Current ConditionsEdit

Though still in general disarray, the valley seems to have suffered less destruction than Drucker County and Cascade Hills. However it is no less dangerous than either. The air and lighting of the valley is also much clearer than the other regions. Meagher Valley also contains some of the flattest and easiest to traverse locations in the game. The road networks in Meagher Valley are intricate enough to allow easy travel around the map.

LocationsEdit

Meagher Valley contains ten Plague Hearts and 26 Survey Points.

To the west are still-functioning wind turbines that can be claimed as an outpost to provide power to your base.

Trivia Edit

  • The Meagher Valley region seems to be inspired the valleys of Montana and other parts of the Northern United States.

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