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The '''Rothwild Slaughterhouse''' is one of [[Dunwall|Dunwall's]] premier [[Whales|whaling]] slaughterhouses, located along [[Slaughterhouse Row]]. It is owned by a man named [[Bundry Rothwild]] and defended by his [[butchers]] - workers who use buzz-saws to cut up whales and potential enemies.
 
The '''Rothwild Slaughterhouse''' is one of [[Dunwall|Dunwall's]] premier [[Whales|whaling]] slaughterhouses, located along [[Slaughterhouse Row]]. It is owned by a man named [[Bundry Rothwild]] and defended by his [[butchers]] - workers who use buzz-saws to cut up whales and potential enemies.
   
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The Rothwild Slaughterhouse has three entrances: the main entrance in the front, the delivery entrance high up on the right side of the building, and an underground entrance through the sewers.
 
The Rothwild Slaughterhouse has three entrances: the main entrance in the front, the delivery entrance high up on the right side of the building, and an underground entrance through the sewers.
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*In the canteen, there is a message written on the chalkboard telling employees not to spit on the floor, and underneath that is a second warning, reading: "If you puke on the premises you won't be invited back inside for a week."
 
*In the canteen, there is a message written on the chalkboard telling employees not to spit on the floor, and underneath that is a second warning, reading: "If you puke on the premises you won't be invited back inside for a week."
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Revision as of 18:29, August 6, 2016

Rothwild slaughterhouse front

The Rothwild Slaughterhouse.

The Rothwild Slaughterhouse is one of Dunwall's premier whaling slaughterhouses, located along Slaughterhouse Row. It is owned by a man named Bundry Rothwild and defended by his butchers - workers who use buzz-saws to cut up whales and potential enemies.

The Rothwild Slaughterhouse also owns numerous indentured and imprisoned workers, and the ship known as the Delilah.

Inside the slaughterhouse is a room for gathering oil from the whales, a room for slaughtering the whales and stripping them of their flesh, a room for processing oil (a task that was once done at the Greaves Refinery before it closed), a meat packaging area with a meat storage locker, a shipping area, an archives room, an office, a locker room for the workers, and a canteen. Outside the building is a yard, which contains pipes meant to send oil to the now-closed Greaves Refinery, a break house, and docks.

The Rothwild Slaughterhouse has three entrances: the main entrance in the front, the delivery entrance high up on the right side of the building, and an underground entrance through the sewers.

Trivia

  • In the canteen, there is a message written on the chalkboard telling employees not to spit on the floor, and underneath that is a second warning, reading: "If you puke on the premises you won't be invited back inside for a week."
    • The menu in the canteen includes: Salted Potatoes, Mushroom Bread, Eel Stew, The Duchess' Knuckles, and Gazelle Shank.
  • According to a book, it is rumored that "the waters outside the Rothwild Slaughterhouse produce the largest and tastiest hagfish."
    • The author explains that "this is most likely due to the gut sewer leading from beneath the whales inside and delivering their organs and offal to the [...] Wrenhaven."

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