Factory 72,41

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Factory 72,41
EthrDemon (talk) 03:05, 23 April 2020 (UTC)
a factory

Peppardville [72,41]

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Basic Info:

  • Factories have no internal descriptions.
  • Factories can be barricaded normally.

Factory 72,41


This is one half of the beloved Malton chocolate factory that provided nearly a thousand jobs to the local community. Its enterprising owner, a young upstart by the name of Melvin Cad, realized that the secret to success was not quality, but how much quantity he could squeeze out of his ingredients. To this end he applied his mechanical knowledge and constructed the largest milk drop condenser in the western world. The marvelous machine could propel a single grain of cocoa powder into a spiraling path through misted milk dust, where it would undergo an accretion process that produced one milk chocolate drop. With several thousand grains passing through this machine every ten seconds, it provided a near endless supply of grade E chocolate products. It pulled in a steady revenue until 1962, when it was decommissioned and shipped overseas to make way for six cherry swirl twisting lathes. --Father Bigley 22:24, 11 October 2007 (BST)


Barricade Policy

According to Peppardville Barricade Plan, barricades should be kept at Extremely Heavily at all times. The true purpose of this building is to serve as a resource point for generators and fuel cans, and also as a heavily fortified shelter for Malton's veteran survivors.

Current Status

November 2, 2007 This building is currently ruined and ransacked. There's a zombie and a dead body outside.   --cuio (talk) (NW) 22:07, 2 November 2007 (UTC)

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