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A room of one of Malton's drug dens

Malton Restaurant

This location houses the <restaurant name>, one of Malton's restaurants. The <restaurant name> is a <size and cuisine> run by <insert generic owner> and has been providing the inhabitants of <insert suburb> with meals since <insert year>. Over the years the menu has changed to accommodate the people and trends that were current.

At <restaurant name>, head chef <insert chefs name> created his own version of <insert signature dish> to both make the restaurant interesting, but also to meet the standards of other places in Malton. As Malton has several peri-urban and rural areas, the restaurants of the entire city strove to use fresh and locally-produced ingredients to always provide tasty and homemade food.

Barricade Policy

The building has not before been barricaded, but after the outbreak the survivors needed to use the restaurant as a safehouse when not searching for ways to defend themselves.

Today, the building should be kept at <insert cade level> according to <insert suburb barricade plan> at all times.

Current Status

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".. where is the fucking LAAAAAAMB SAAAUCE!!" -- Angry chef, 2003

".. so remember to check all the fire alarms before the inspection, we need to keep our safety in order." -- Manager, 1997

"Today we are launching the new menu! If all staff could meet in the kitchen after service we would like to reveal the new recipies that made it onto the menu this season!" -- Happy chef, 2004


Before the outbreak, most of the people of <insert suburb> would come together here on any day of the week to have a meal. Most of the reviews are <negative/positive> and people spending their evenings here should always remember to share their thoughts on the food and atmosphere of the restaurant.

*Alcoholic beverages may only be sold to people who are 18 and above.

Current menu:

- Entré
- <generic entré>
- <generic entré>
- Main Course
- <generic main course>
- <generic main course>
- <generic main course>
- Dessert
- <generic dessert>
- <generic dessert>
- <generic dessert>
- Special Drinks
- <generic alcholic stuff>
- <generic special drink>
- <generic hot beverage>

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 <insert cade level> at all times according to the <[[insert suburb 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 <insert drug>, 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/have not> been raided by the police before and was still <active/inactive> for substance abuse immediately prior to the outbreak.

One of Malton's many streets after dark.

Street of Malton

This is one of the many streets of Malton, consisting of a road with two lanes and a pedestrian walk on each side. Markings on the road indicate bus stops and bicycle lanes, and common street signs show which direction you are headed. Streetlights allowing for the public to use the street were all intact and functioning up until the outbreak.


Before the quarantine you would find children playing, riding their bikes and having fights with snow during the winter season.

In 1993 most of the Malton streets were flooded due to a series of major cloudbursts. The sewers overflowed and sewage water flooded the streets, making it nearly impossible to drive through. After several days of cleaning, the streets of Malton had flooding security installed to prevent another incident.

After the outbreak the streets are all empty of people, but full of debris which makes it hard to find anything of interest.

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Malton Lane

One of Malton's many lanes. Most of the lanes in Malton consist of narrow streets lacking a median, which makes them single-laned. Typically, these types of roads would only allow one-way passage from one street or boulevard to another, making it friendlier to pedestrians. Crossings would typically be unlighted as lower speed limits on these lanes made it easier for the drivers to stop at the designated areas for people to cross the street.


Almost all of the outdoor areas in Malton have been flooded and therefore secured to prevent overflooding again. During this time most of the lanes were closed off due to the single lane being used by workers installing the new drain system. The people using cars had to find alternative routes, leading to massive delays in traffic, and the local business businesses also saw a drop in customers as well as many of their employees being delayed on their way to work.

Typical security at this type of road.

Malton Drive

One of several drives in Malton. Typically, this type of street would allow for local access to one, or a group of buildings such as hospitals, hotels, fire departments or nectroTech labs. Sometimes drives would also act as shortcuts between roads which would allow meandering rather than just a straight drive like on the boulevards. Due to the nature of this type of road, speeding was dangerous and accidents occurred frequently.


Most of the drives were built after the larger roads and are often the property of the nearby buildings, and therefore cared for with greater effort as they are part of the area's image. Due to the nature of these areas, the amount of burglary would also be greater, as the public display was taken as an invitation from criminals all around the suburbs. After a series of breaking-and-entering incidents, most of the areas installed security measures such as cameras and patrolling guards after dark.

A boulevard shown before the incident.

Malton Boulevard

A boulevard in the city. As most of the larger roads in Malton the boulevards provide the people with a way to transport themselves around in the suburbs, often by having a wide, multi-laned street that branches off to other smaller roads, like drives and avenues.

Due to the large size and higher speed on this type of road you would often see bridges going above, or tunnels below the road allowing pedestrians to cross the quite wide roads.


Before 1998 every boulevard had major crosswalks for pedestrians to use, but after the terrible accident where a bus was unable to stop in time leading to a small group of elders died in the accident. To prevent further accidents the city council voted on having every crosswalk built above or under the road which in late 1999 was already built and taken in use.

Today the boulevards are all empty of cars and only trash and dried blood is left on the pavement, and on random boulevards you will find newspapers showing news from the day of the outbreak. These roads now send an intimidating signal after several hordes of zombies during the years have marched on them to feast on humans trying to survive.

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