The Tapp Motel

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The Tapp Motel
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Danger Updater MDUDC 19:16, 19 February 2019 (UTC)
the Tapp Motel

Barrville [43,40]

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Basic Info:

  • Also known as motels.
  • 50% chance of finding wine.
  • Hotels can be barricaded normally.
A room of one of Malton's drug dens

Malton Drug Den

One of Malton's many drug dens.

Users from across Malton would come here to buy and use drugs. Due to a high level of police patrols on the streets of Malton, most of the substance abuse would take place in buildings like this. This building was built an office or apartment complex with several units to house several people. Drug suppliers often sought these type buildings, mostly due to the lack of inhabitants, which would let them sell their drugs in peace.

Due to a very hardcore criminal underground, most of the buildings have been ransacked for useful items, leaving only litter and the occasional everyday item like newspapers, bottle of beer or wine.

Today the building has been ruined several times by zombies, which only adds to the amount of destruction found inside.

Barricade Policy

Already before the Malton incident the building had been barricaded several times by both pushers and drug abusers to prevent the Malton Police Department from entering.

Today, the building should be kept at Extremely Heavily Barricaded at all times according to the Barrville Barricade Plan.

Current Status

"...people are shooting up before getting shot down in this bitch! Password is at the door is..." -- Crackhead, 1999.


Before the outbreak this specific building housed users of 5-MeO-Dimethyltryptamine. and as the dealers didn't want anyone selling on their turf this was mainly the drug used here. If one should seek another substance they would have to go to another drug den to find it. The building have not been raided by the police before and was still active for substance abuse immediately prior to the outbreak.

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