Factory 38,87

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Factory 38,87
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Danger Updater MDUDC 18:25, 5 February 2019 (UTC)

One of seven Cheesy Poof factories in Malton.

a factory

Dartside [38, 87]

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Basic Info:

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  • Factories can be barricaded normally.
Poof Woofs
Factory Details
- Products: Cheesy Poofs
- Workers: 100
- Owner: Papa Higgins
- Coordinates: 38,87
Warehouse Details
- Warehouse Name: Dartside storage
- Coordinates: 37,86


Factory 38,87

Description

A small building by Cheesy Poof factory standards, Poof Woofs produces few amounts of Cheesy Poofs. It's rumored that Woof Poofs adds extra amounts of Poofiness in their Cheesy Poofs, but that was disproved by Poof scientists in 1903.

History

In 1883, a fire utterly destroyed the small mansion of local rich man Joshua-Percival Doble, contributor to Kinch Heights and other suburbs. Immediatley following the fire, the less damaged land (this plot) was put up for auction. The company Poof Woofs was established in 1890 by Papa Higgins (real name). The factory was constructed a few months later as a celebration of Poof Woofs formation. More factories were intended to be constructed, but consistent factory problems and maintenance costs became too much of a strain on the company's budget. With few workers and little income coming in, Papa Higgins was forced to stir up lies that their Poofs had extra "Poofiness." Things went well for a while until a buyer claimed that "Poof Woofs add extra poofiness to their Cheesy Poofs? Impossible! You can't alter Cheesy Poofs!" Unfortunately for Papa Higgins, the buyer was right and his factory was forcefully closed in 1903 under "false Poofiness."

Barricade Policy

EHB at all times.

Current Status

i am starting a voyage and will be passing through this area.


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