Horn Drive School

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Horn Drive School

Judgewood [12, 19]

the Billows Building the Halliday Building Joliffe Way
the Osbaldeston Building Horn Drive School Thom Grove
Petty Place School
the Purchas Building
Pasker Place

Basic Info:

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


Horn Drive School
EthrDemon (talk) 18:28, 10 January 2020 (UTC)

Horn Drive School


Horn Drive School was founded in 1949 by Mr. Noboru Saito, a japanese expatriate who wanted to restore the ties between Japan and the Western World by importing some of the most characteristic oriental customs. It was rebuilt in the 80's, following the widely known standard design for japanese high schools. Uniform dressing was required, the main sports were Kendo and Musabetsu Kakutō Ryū martial arts and all teachers were to be addressed as "sensei". Male and female students used to be kept apart, but the rule was removed as it turned out impossible to enforce.

Horn Drive School was infamously known for having the highest teen pregnancy ratios in Malton. Despite the criticism and pressure, Mr. Saito always denied relationships were being tolerated, and stated the choice of name for the school was completely unintentional.



The school fell quickly to the zombie assaulters and no students are known to remain alive. More than five years after the outbreak, it became the main safehouse for a loose group of survivors, informally known as the Horny Regulars. Since then it has served as a watch point for the Peet NT rotters relief clinic and St. Luke's Hospital, and a meeting place for griefer hunters.

Latest regulars

Jack Headchopper

Boggit Von Pesonen

Saint the Silvermask

Betty Won't




Former regulars

Scarlett Jo


Barricade Policy

This building should be maintained at Extremely Heavily Barricaded in accordance with the Judgewood barricade plan.

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