Warehouse 29,4

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Warehouse 29,4
Soccerfan667 (talk) 07:13, 24 August 2021 (UTC)
a warehouse

Quarlesbank [29, 4]

the Bendall Building the Norcliffe Building Estlin Square
(West Boundwood)
Cornford Cinema a warehouse wasteland
(West Boundwood)
wasteland a junkyard the Lax Museum
(West Boundwood)

Basic Info:

  • Warehouses can be barricaded normally.

Warehouse 29,4


A Fairly big building containing many disused, broken and dust-covered factory machines. It also houses several small office rooms, two toilet blocks, a fairly large recreational/break room containing a snooker table and dart board, and what appears to be a rubber vat.


Origionally built in the late 20's as a footwear factory, this warehouse has seen the use of several major and lesser companies during its history. The last of these was J.O.B.B.I. (Jumbo Orgasmatronix and Brutal Bondage Industries), which manufactured all manner of sex toys and saucy attire for males, females, and animals. Initially looked upon as a good thing for broadening the sexual boundaries and making sex less a tabboo subject for the people of Malton, it caused a fairly large outrage when it started introducing specialist gear for animals, parapleigics, corpses, and serious sexual torture. A bizarre legal loophole meant that the company could not be forced to disband production of their more unusual creations, and when rape and sexual assault cases dropped rapidly, J.O.B.B.I. were presented with a special certificate from the then-mayor recognising its services to the community.

Barricade Policy

This warehouse is used as an entry point for several local groups, so please keep at VSB+2 at all times.

Current Status

In an obvious state of disuse/disrepair. Care for a rumage in the debris, you may be lucky and come across a 'flexible friend'.

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