The Smithfield Arms

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The Smithfield Arms
--Sister Katie (talk) 19:20, 12 February 2020 (UTC)
the Smithfield Arms

Wykewood [14,71]

Massey Drive Railway Station Frederick Cinema a carpark
a factory the Smithfield Arms Maul Walk
the Boston Monument Castleman Walk Fire Station Halberry Lane

Basic Info:

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


The Smithfield Arms was once a talk of the town. Fire fighters from the Castleman Walk Fire Department would often go to the local pub run by Mr Smithfield. After a hard days work of fighting fire, all the townsfolk of Wykewood would gather at the Smithfield Arms to congratulate the brave men. When the outbreak began, and when it soon reached Wykewood, Mr Smithfield ran hiding away. Today Mr Smithfield has returned to his pub in a hope to bring back the once bustling pub back to its former glory. His hopes are to let the taps flow until it's all over. He's currently renovating the pub, and soon enough will have open arms to any survivor that drops by. If you have too much to drink and need a place to stay, feel free to sleep in the booths, but be sure to pay your rent by bringing back a zombie head if you stay the night. Cheers.

Barricade Policy

Due to Mr Smithfield's extreme dislike of zombies he keeps the Smithfield Arms at Extremely Heavily Barricaded (EHB).

If Wykewood is at GREEN status then he'll lower the cades to Very Strongly Barricaded (VHB). Please obey Mr Smithfield's rules or don't be surprised when you find your beer with a zombie finger in it.

Current Status

December 5 2009

Currently under reconstruction.

October 11 2010

Light's are back on. The town is basically dead. Some stragglers have stopped by the pub, but otherwise Mr. Smithfield is alone... Drinking away the beer and whiskey he's got on the shelves.


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