The Cuss Arms

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The Cuss Arms
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Danger Updater MDUDC 13:11, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
the Cuss Arms

Judgewood [18,18]

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Basic Info:

  • Pubs have no internal descriptions, apart from "...an abandoned pub."
  • Arms can be barricaded normally.

Basic Info

the Cuss Arms is a pub located at [18,18], in the south-eastern corner of Judgewood.

Notable History

Overview

"The thought of a pub on the quiet back streets of Judgewood might conjure up ideas of understated elegance and a gentrified ambience. Sadly, not all pubs live up to this standard, and others fall down badly. The Cuss Arms is definitely in this latter category. This small two-floor pub was heaving on our Friday night visit and the main section was for standing only - akin to those large chain bars in Caiger Mall, but without the size. Notably striking were the bright yellow walls and garden furnituresque chairs, which made it look like the lobby of a one star hotel in Greece. On the drinks front, we treated to perhaps the worst poured pint of Guinness in history and a lipstick-stained glass of wine, all from lacklustre staff. However, the worst aspect of this otherwise poor pub was the apparent lack of extraction or ventilation. Pubs can traditionally be smoky when crowded, but the antismoking lobby would have a field day in this place, as after only 20 minutes our clothes reeked so heavily of smoke we decided it was time to move onto new, fresher pastures. - Rating 2/5" - The Malton Good Beer Guide

Current Status

Currently protected by a group with the name of Cuss Arms Regular, no wiki page of yet --Sir Knight Sohisohi (talk) 03:33, 3 May 2015 (UTC)



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