Club Single

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Club Single
Last updated March 2018
Bruce Lee VIII (talk) 22:00, 11 March 2018 (UTC)
Club Single

Osmondville [83, 75]

wasteland Pyke Way St. Spyridon's Church
Hole Drive School Club Single the Pepperell Monument
Millard Crescent School Cowlin Street the Axtence Building

Basic Info:

  • Clubs are Dark buildings.
  • The usual internal description of a Club reads as follows:
    "…in the near-darkness of the main dancefloor."
  • When powered by a portable generator, the internal description changes to the following:
    "Coloured spotlights highlight an empty stage, and distorted music echoes over the speakers."
  • Clubs can be barricaded normally.

Description

An imaginatively named club for Malton's singles, living or dead, Club Single is generally about as lively as one would expect given its almost continual state of ruination. The lights are generally kept low or off, so it is hard to discern the status of the clubbers inside - married or single, sober or drunk, hot or not, alive or dead etc.

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History

Single in its 80s heyday

Opened in 1984 by mulleted entrepreneur Ray Paul, Club Single initially cashed in on the 80s disco scene, with massive overuse of laser lightshows, 'edgy' glass and steel decor, and rollerbooted staff. Garish cocktails were invented on a weekly basis, including the now lost-to-mankind Spandau Bullet, Duranhattan, and Gordon Gecko (served with a real gecko). These excesses came to an abrupt end along with the demise of the 'Me Generation' during the more caring mid-90s.

An attempt to repackage the club as an ironic, knowing place for late-arriving goths and Morrissey-loving depressives to hang out among pastel shades and listen to Wham! proved a mercifully brief experiment. The club's inexorable decline culminated in it becoming part of the Cinderella Rockefeller chain of sad-beyond-redemption clubs, shortly before the outbreak.

Barricade Policy

In accordance with the Osmondville Barricade Plan Club Single should be kept Extremely Heavily Barricaded.

On the other hand, current owners' Clubbed to Death's policy is for all doors to be kept wide open, and for clubs to be kept unlit on pain of excruciating death, not necessarily by clubbing. Breathers are generally not welcome, although known murderers can find refuge here if they promise to behave and not antagonize the zombies. Attacking the DJ or VIP lounge members is considered a KOS offence by the management.

Current Status

Partying on, with snacks available from the Axtence NT next door.



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