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For the Arrow episode, see Monument Point.


Monument Point is a city that is home to the nearest army base in relation to Star City, located approximately 300 miles away.[1]

History

Rob Scott spent five years in Monument Point as a member of the SWAT team for the city's Major Crimes Unit (MCU).[2]

When A.R.G.U.S. arrived in Star City, Frank Pike was quick to realize it wasn't the National Guard as Monument Point is 300 miles from Starling City.[1]

After Roy left Starling City, he briefly moved to Monument Point and assumed a job as a mechanic, living under the alias "Jason".[3]

Mark Mardon attempted to destroy Mounment Point with a tsunami[4] but was thwarted and stopped by The Flash, Firestorm and Vixen.[5]

Monument Point was one of the targets of the Rubicon protocol, reprogrammed by H.I.V.E.. As a metropolis, it was populated by millions of people, all of which would die from a Russian nuclear missile that Noah Kuttler wasn't able to deactivate. Felicity Smoak tried to change Monument Point's own GPS location, so that a nuke would go on the wrong course, but only managed to change the target to Havenrock instead, ending with tens of thousands of victims.[6]

Lists

Residents

  • Manny
  • Michael Amar's grandmother

Former residents

Appearances

Arrow

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

Season 5

Vixen

Season 2

Behind the scenes

  • In the DC Comics universe, Monument Point is a city founded in 1803 near Washington D.C. While in the comics Monument Point ended up destroyed, in Arrow, its suburb, Havenrock (Havencroft in the comics) was devastated in its stead.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Streets of Fire"
  2. "An Innocent Man"
  3. "This Is Your Sword"
  4. "Episode 1"
  5. "Episode 2"
  6. "Monument Point"