- “I loved those stories when I was a kid!… They are, they are a bit off-putting.”
- ― Elizabeth[src]
Main Street is the boardwalk connecting all attractions of Soldier's Field.
Zachary Hale Comstock knew that the best way to win people's allegiance was to indoctrinate them while they were young. It was with this idea that he built Soldier's Field: a carnival of delights in which thinly-veiled Nationalism was spread through games, rides, and history lessons. The many landmarks that made up the area were too large to all be housed on a single floating island. Instead, Main Street served as the central back bone for the amusement park connecting all the largest attractions.
The area acts as a hub for Battleship Bay and the Arcade via the Soldier's Field Welcome Center. The Hall of Heroes can be accessed via the Patriot's Pavilion. The First Lady's Aerodrome has a docking station here with a Gondola to the Ferris Wheel in the distance. As for more immediate services and entertainment, citizens can visit the Dimwit & Duke Ice Cream Shoppe, Hotel Soldiers Field, Founders Books, and Toy Soldiers. In addition, it also has a carousel, a souvenir shop where a vendor sells Songbird plush dolls and other toys, and a performance stage featuring Duke and Dimwit.
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Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth arrive at Main Street during the twilight hours of July 6, 1912. Upon their first visit, the place is filled with revelers. Most of the residents are either ignorant of the shocking events that occurred earlier that day at Raffle Square and Monument Tower, putting on a brave face for the unaware children, or trying to distract themselves with a diversion.
They make it over to the Gondola for the First Lady's Aerodrome, but find that they need a unit of Shock Jockey in order to operate the vehicle. They head over to Patriot's Pavilion to retrieve the Vigor from the Hall of Heroes. When the pair return later, all the fairgoers have left.
- Zachary Hale Comstock - I am His Mirror - On a table in the Dimwit & Duke Ice Cream Shoppe
- Rosalind Lutece - Viewing the Infinite - On the upper level ledge, behind the counter in Founders Books
- Preston E. Downs - Calling You Out - On the bed in the upper floor bedroom in Hotel Soldiers Field
Behind the scenesEdit
- The carousel plays a song reminiscent of "On Top of Old Smoky". However, the end credits list Jim Bonney as composing a song called "Carousel Waltz".
|Battleship Bay||Arcade · Flawless Flintlock · Skulking Stranger · Patriot's Proud Pose|
|Main Street||Soldier's Field Welcome Center · First Lady's Aerodrome · Dimwit & Duke Ice Cream Shoppe · Founders Books · Hotel Soldiers Field · Toy Soldiers|
|Patriot's Pavilion||Patriot's Pride · The Fellow Traveller|
|Hall of Heroes||Boxer Rebellion Exhibit · Wounded Knee Exhibit · Hall of Heroes Gift Shop · First Lady's Memorial|
|Clash in the Clouds||Duke and Dimwit Theatre|