Heytown [76, 30]
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This is a Mall Entry Point
"You are inside Club Hesse. Coloured spotlights highlight an empty stage, and distorted music echoes over the speakers"
No one really knows what happened to the Club Hesse after the zombie outbreak. Story's tell that it was a very frequented place for truckers and some famous personalities of Heytown (using private rooms of course). It had the most beautiful and hot girls in the surrounding suburbs and was well known by their exotic dances and the pleasures delivered to the best offer.
The LADALians arrived to the place and made it their home, barricading it with time, and cleaning up. Near one of the dancer poles a skeleton was found, belonging to a stripper. How did they knew it was a stripper? Well, the still functional silicone breasts and blood staind bikini helped.
At one point Club Hesse was a refuge for the weak, the injured, and those newcomers who stumbled into a post-outbreak Malton. Unfortunately in the years that followed, Club Hesse and many of the other nearby darkened structures have become hiding places for the more unsavory elements of Malton's survivor community, PK'ers who prey upon the helpless shoppers at the Dowdney Mall and nearby resource buildings. Law abiding citizens can always "shed some light" on the matter if necessary to aid bounty hunters.
EHB - Extremely Heavily Barricaded
In retaliation for stranding survivors outside by over barricading club hesse, at least one dead survivor has joined the zombies in a battle for club hesse. grab arm, harm man!
Has a portable generator & radio transmitter. Set at very strongly barricaded. 99HeadHunter99 12:25 21 March 2008 (UTC)
Safe, not one single zombie near Atm and is a good safehouse. cool4345 7:05 11 Feb 2008 (gmt)
July 10, 2009 - After a zombie rampage from the Dead Bunnies, the place is up and running. Set to EHB. (Malgahara 13:56, 10 July 2009 (BST))
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