Club Pears

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Club Pears
Last Update January 2022
Zashiya (talk) 18:24, 23 May 2023 (UTC)
Club Pears

Gatcombeton [20, 15]

the Partington Monument
a junkyard Terrill Lane
MacDonald Way
Club Pears Conybear Road
Hiscock Walk
Egleton Walk Bignal Lane

Basic Info:

  • Clubs are Dark buildings.
  • The usual internal description of a Club reads as follows:
    "…in the near-darkness of the main dancefloor."
  • When powered by a portable generator, the internal description changes to the following:
    "Coloured spotlights highlight an empty stage, and distorted music echoes over the speakers."
  • Clubs can be barricaded normally.

Club Pears


For the time being its a little safe spot to spend the night. No power and strongly barricaded good for people that don't yet have free running.


First formed in 1965 by a group of recent graduates from the now non-existant Malton University, Club Pears was built in an attempt to provide an alternative to the booze-driven clubs found elsewhere in the city, by providing more natural beverages made of pears.

The club closed 6 days afterwards due to a major flaw in their original business plan: they only knew how to make 1 kind of drink using pears, that being pear juice. Their attempts to generate a second pear drink recipe, which they called 'Pearbalaya' ended in disaster when the resultant beverage was found to be highly toxic, leading to the Great Club Pears Poisoning of '65.

Witnesses of the event who were wise enough to order the traditional pear juice drink observed waiters who were clearly stoned out of their minds crouching over the patrons who had collapsed from ingesting the toxic pear drink, asking them "How do you like them pears?"

The 3 remaining owners (The other 2 had died due to injesting lethal doses of Pearbalaya) ended up selling the club to a group of who they thought were strangely animate talking blackberries, but were actually ruthless Japanese businessmen. The club was then renovated and turned into a trendy club having nothing to do with pears, but which kept the name as the businessmen had no idea how to legally change it.

Club Pears again closed in '98 when the recipe for Pearbalaya was found and, not knowing of the events of '65, was served, leading to the Great Club Pears Poisoning of '98. The club was then abandoned following the bad publicity.

The club remained closed until 2005 when it was bought by the current club owners, Michelle and James Pear, merely for the coincidence of the name. The zombie outbreak happened 2 days later.

Since then, multiple people have searched the club for the Pearbalaya recipe, hoping to turn it into a zombie weapon, but alas, even if they did all the pears have since vanished from Malton.

Barricade Policy

Current Status

After laying in ruins for 70 days, the club was repaired by Judgewood Vector Control. Pearbalayas all round! Chief Seagull squawk 14:59, 12 July 2010 (BST)

its ruined and open, at the moment - CrazyKraut - 03:11 17 September 2009 (CEST)