I got the CS approved via PM, in case anyone was wondering :) Also posting this here for future reference
The only place in Longwater you can go, if you want your splinter taken out by a real doctor with a medical degree from a prestigious school in Boston. Doctor Jacob Baum is an older man who is very proud of being a doctor (of which he will constantly remind you) and will expect you to treat him with respect to his high social status. The clinic offers the best level of care in the Longwater area, but only to those who can afford it.
I thought someone would be controlling the bartender, but if I'm free to make my own arrangements with an npc, I'll get that out of the way and move on? Somebody attempted to interact with me, but quickly moved on to interact with someone else, so I thinking on how to engage with the game proper...
the dead had risen, she had heard this in many movies and fictional books she had read.
I don't think she could have seen zombies in a movie at this point. I would have some big doubts even about the book part, but that is at least plausible. First movie actually came out in 1888 and it was whole 2.11 seconds long, so not really much space for zombies there ;)
After talking with @Nobodyman123, he has mentioned using the city of Armadillo from Red Dead Redemption as a template for Longwater. That in mind, I wanted to provide a few points of reference for anyone unfamiliar with that game or location. The graveyard would be southeast of the church and the water tower (in the game, at least) exists near the train station on the southern side, not too far from the Saloon. There also exists stables, a barn, a gun shop, a general store, a bank, a doctor's office, a telegraph station and an undertaker's office. Thin lines represent footpaths/trails whereas the gray thick lines represent major roads.