Stillwater Exclusion Zone

The Stillwater Exclusion Zone, as depicted by artist Thomas Doyle in a model commissioned by the American Arkology Society
The Stillwater Exclusion Zone, as depicted by artist Thomas Doyle in a model commissioned by the American Arkology Society
The Stillwater Exclusion Zone, as depicted by artist Thomas Doyle in a model commissioned by the American Arkology Society

Stillwater Exclusion Zone
11.25″ x 5.625″ x 5.5″ (28.6 cm x 14.3 cm x 14.0 cm)
Collection of the American Arkology Society, No. 1886.50

Location: Stillwater, Great Lakes Zone. Present-day Minnesota.

Following the bloody stalemate between Great Lakes Zone and Heartland Zone forces in the Twin Cities, GLZ police units appear to have rounded up so-called “malleable communities”
that the zone deemed a security threat.

Ark artifacts suggest a concerted campaign to detain, disappear, and/or resettle tens of thousands of people in towns and cities throughout the area. The solider here stands in front of a house that’s been cleared, as evidenced by the “X” spraypainted on its exterior, a marking similar to that used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency in the United States. Clockwise from top, the symbols represent the date it was checked; the absence of biohazards; the presence of two bodies within; and the team that performed the search-in this case members of the GLZ Army’s 2nd Division.

Listen to arkologist Greg Calmbert discuss this model:

The Stillwater Exclusion Zone, as depicted by artist Thomas Doyle in a model commissioned by the American Arkology Society
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Clearance Markings
This scene depicts a home that has been cleared by Great Lakes Zone forces to pacify an area near present-day Stillwater, Minnesota. The markings on this suburban house, reminiscent of those used by the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency, denote that the building has been cleared. Clockwise from top, the symbols represent the date it was checked; the absence of biohazards; the presence of two bodies within; and the team that performed the search.
The Stillwater Exclusion Zone, as depicted by artist Thomas Doyle in a model commissioned by the American Arkology Society
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Clearance Markings
This scene depicts a home that has been cleared by Great Lakes Zone forces to pacify an area near present-day Stillwater, Minnesota. The markings on this suburban house, reminiscent of those used by the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency, denote that the building has been cleared. Clockwise from top, the symbols represent the date it was checked; the absence of biohazards; the presence of two bodies within; and the team that performed the search.
The Stillwater Exclusion Zone, as depicted by artist Thomas Doyle in a model commissioned by the American Arkology Society
1
Clearance Markings
This scene depicts a home that has been cleared by Great Lakes Zone forces to pacify an area near present-day Stillwater, Minnesota. The markings on this suburban house, reminiscent of those used by the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency, denote that the building has been cleared. Clockwise from top, the symbols represent the date it was checked; the absence of biohazards; the presence of two bodies within; and the team that performed the search.