Albyn Bank

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Albyn Bank
EthrDemon (talk) 04:24, 22 April 2020 (UTC)
Albyn Bank

Peppardville [74,46]

the Wheals Arms Gaffney Crescent Crees Drive
Baring Lane Albyn Bank a junkyard
the Snee Arms the Gibbons Building St Helena's Church

Basic Info:

  • All banks were emptied or looted prior to evacuation. Tagging a bank earns 1 XP.
  • Banks are Dark buildings.
  • Among the internal descriptions found in Banks:
    • "The vault lies open, its contents either looted or transferred."
  • Banks can be barricaded normally.
The bank seen from the outside prior to the outbreak


Originally called the "Albyno" Bank, this location featured every amenity to assist handicapped customers.


Albyn Bank was one of the first progressive banks - even business for that matter - in the entire Malton to assist handicapped clients. Taking in the consideration that some client were in wheelchairs, blind and/or in other ways unable to access and navigate around the bank they sought to solve some of their own issues. This resulted in a new entrance where a slope was added along with a longer handlebar. At the banks first floor there was built an elevator so clients without ability to walk stairs could be transported to meetings etc. Dotted flooring would help the blind walk the hallways and the lobby would have small speakers telling you which direction you were headed.

Until the outbreak it was thriving, due to the many new ways to attract an entire group of people - the handicapped. This was also the downfall because as the undead came nobody was able to run. Most of the handicapped people using the bank were trapped by the doors and elevators making it hard to escape leading to a slaughter within the banks tough walls.

Barricade Plan

Albyn Bank should be kept dark and at EHB at all times according to the Peppardville Barricade Plan

Current Status

Building is barricaded according to barricade plan - all seems safe in the area. -- ∀UDIO∀TTACK (talk) 19:37, 22 June 2018 (UTC)

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