The Organ Arms

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The Organ Arms
Last Update December 2022
Zashiya (talk) 17:33, 13 June 2023 (UTC)
the Organ Arms

Judgewood [14,14]

Alaway Row the Boylin Arms Shervord Place
the MacCarthy Building the Organ Arms St. Wilfrid's Hospital
Maney Library Flynn Road wasteland

Basic Info:

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

The Organ Arms is a pub which can be located at the coordinates [14,14], and is situated in the suburb of Judgewood. The Organ Arms can always be guaranteed to have a smiling face and staff onsite. The Organ Arms is also the only pub in Judgewood to offer food and drink on the same site thanks to the local McZeds, has a smoking and non-smoking sections but maintains a strict no pets or zombies policy.


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This group or location has a dedicated radio frequency.

Frequency: 26.47MHz MHz
Transmitter Coordinates: [14,14] - [13,14]

Barricade Policy

According to the Judgewood Barricade Plan, the Organ Arms is a designated entry point and should be kept Very Strongly Barricaded as a maximum, to enable access to St. Wilfrid's Hospital.


Crystal Method Food Conglomerate operates McZed's™ 5th Restaurant here in Malton using local 'zombies' as fresh food. Their food and service is excellent so make sure to stop in for a meal and a drink when passing through Judgewood.

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This location has a McZeds™ restaurant.
Now Open! Serving you 24 hours every day through the apocalypse.


A few months back while on their pub 'tour' of Malton 5punk stopped by at The Organ Arms and here's what they had to say about it, giving an impressive 4/5 rating:

Interestingly, we found that the Organ Arms has been converted into a McZeds restaurant post-outbreak. While this makes the possibilities for drinking limited it does serve as an excellent pit-stop at just the right time for when you get the munchies. The staff don't take kindly to drunken shouting and rowdiness, as it is a family establishment, and we might have got into a little trouble, but after we'd had a few burgers and cleaned up the vomit in the toilets all was forgiven and we even got a free Croaka Colo to send us on our way. So, while not technically a pub it is an essential addition to any pub crawl and only falls short of top marks because they don't serve beer (or chose not to serve it to us because we'd had a bit too much anyway). - Rating 4/5