Faulkner Avenue School

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Faulkner Avenue School
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Danger Updater MDUDC 21:57, 27 December 2018 (UTC)
Faulkner Avenue School

Paynterton [95, 39]

the Heginbothom Arms wasteland the Genge Museum
a junkyard Faulkner Avenue School Tilly Plaza
Watkins Square
(Starlingtown)
Caddy Lane
(Starlingtown)
the Stephens Building
(Starlingtown)

Basic Info:

  • Among the internal descriptions found in Schools:
    • "Half-finished work is scattered across the floor."
  • This building can be barricaded normally

Description

Humans and zombies alike will see the following (permanent) description when standing outside the building:

"You are standing outside Faulkner Avenue School, a four-storey white-stone building with smoke drifting from its roof."

Such a description is always followed by a report of the building's condition (e.g. the level of its barricades), but since that report is never permanent and always subject to change, it is redundant to include it here as well.

History

Faulkner Avenue School is a highschool located in Southern Paynterton. Founded in 1974 by David Faulkner, this school has excelled in getting the most out of its students. David grew stressed with running this school after only two months of being the principal there, and he quit his job as principal and turned it over to John Baring, the science teacher. Then, in 1984, the school was victim to a fire, in which there were two deaths. Not much important occurred after the fire, until the Malton outbreak... The disease broke into Faulkner Avenue School during a normal school day. An infected student walked in, turned into a zombie, and slaughtered a whole class before they evacuated. Nothing has changed here since the day of the outbreak. Blood still stains the walls, unfinished work remains scattered around the school... Now, the school is empty, except for a small group of survivors who use it as a safehouse. Alumni of note are famous playwright Bill Hannigan in 1986, who wrote one if his most famous plays about the fire, and infamous serial killer Ed Hangler in 1988.

Barricade Policy

Very Strongly Barricaded per Paynterton Barricade Plan.

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