The Plummer Arms

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The Plummer Arms
HB, unlit
Danger Updater MDUDC 12:56, 29 January 2019 (UTC)
the Plummer Arms

Mornington [12, 62]

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Basic Info:

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


Current Status

You are standing outside the Plummer Arms, an imposing red-brick pub with boarded-up windows. The building has been very strongly barricaded.Lights are on inside. Thick snow covers the ground, with footprints entering from the north-east, west and south-east, and leaving to the south-east and south-west. Another set lead out from the building.Somebody has spraypainted a picture of a rx8 with chainsaws onto a wall.You trudge through the snow, leaving a trail of footprints behind you.--Dr Mycroft Chris 11:14, 7 January 2012 (UTC)

You are inside the Plummer Arms, an abandoned pub. The building has been very strongly barricaded. Also here are Iantiger (50HP), Vyyj Naar (50HP), Asky (50HP), Tom Beddoes (49HP), Vigor Morte (31HP) and Sicken (46HP).A portable generator has been set up here. It is running low on fuel, and powering a radio transmitter that's currently set to 29.00 MHz. The bar has been decorated with a conceptual painting.Somebody has spraypainted Under new management any1 welcome must contribute onto a wall.You enter the building, leaving a trail of footprints in the snow.--Dr Mycroft Chris 11:14, 7 January 2012 (UTC)

June 17th 2010 - The Arms is EHB, has a generator, radio transmitter, and is consistently fueled. AndyMatthews 19:18, 17 June 2010 (BST)

Barricade Policy

Extremely Heavily Barricaded (EHB+4) as per Mornington's Barricade Plan.

Description

The Plummer Arms is a two-story, single block building in the suburb of Mornington. The Arms was originally built in the 1960s when families started to move in. The building was originally one of the few buildings that attracted the lowlifes to Mornington.

Now, because of the zombie outbreak, the Plummer Arms is one of the safest places in Mornington. The brick walls offer excellent protection against the undead. The brave men inside have built up the barricades to keep any of the unwanted out.

Once you get inside, the Arms is dark. The only light comes from the small areas in the windows that are unbarricaded. Despite the circumstances, the entire main room looks well-kept and clean. The walls look as if they have been scrubbed completely of all blood and surprisingly, there is no dust on the tables. Even behind the bar, the bottles of alcohol are neatly stored, as if someone had spent hours making them look perfect. Next to the bar is an old-fashioned jukebox, still intact.

Upstairs, you can see more clearly. The barricades are not as heavy upstairs as they are downstairs. The upstairs mainly comprises of a hallway, with three doors on both side. Inside each door, there is a small bedroom, each with a queen sized bed, a lamp, a dresser with a television on it, and a full bathroom.

In the basement, it's almost pitch black. The only light comes from the small amount coming from upstairs. It's almost impossible to see the brewing equipment in the room. All of it is covered in dust, since it hasn't been used for a while. In one corner, near the single boarded up basement window is a radio transmitter that looks like it's been broken and repaired countless times.

History

From what can be gathered, The Plummer was a homebase for the M.A.I. They seem to have abandoned it, likely in the attacks last Janurary. When LadyJane found it in early May, it was empty and with only a few short stay visitors.

In June of 2010, Andy Matthews found the bar abandoned. He rebuilt it, and made himself the protector of the bar.

Location Basics

The Plummer Arms is located in the Mornington suburb of Malton. The Plummer's GPS coordinates are [12,62].

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