Wooman Towers

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Wooman Towers
It's typical for buildings in Wyke Hills to be safe. Many even have lights on.
--VVV RPMBG 17:41, 9 May 2024 (UTC)
Wooman Towers

Wyke Hills [55, 96]

Frith Square Knight Square Honeybone Walk
a carpark Wooman Towers the Needs Building
a cemetery Haim Walk Fire Station a warehouse

Basic Info:

  • Multi-story housing blocks. Windows can be jumped from to turn a character into a zombie.
  • Towers have no internal descriptions. Some towers, like Lerwill Towers in Greentown, have mobile phone masts mounted on them.
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This location is on the list of Amusing Locations in Malton


Towers that at times are full of zombie woomen! Watch out, they bite!


Wooman Towers in Wyke Hills was named after Wooman Way, the dirt road that originally linked Wyke Hills to Stanbury Village in the heart of Old Malton. Wooman Way was originally supposed to be named Dooman Way, after Lord William Dooman, Mayor of Malton at the time. Unfortunately in the early 20th century suburbs and streets were named by local handymen who were sent to erect the signs in the neighborhood, so rather then having Dooman Way leading out to the new suburb of Dyke Hills the dyslexic handyman ended up making up a sign reading Wooman Way, the best Way to Wyke Hills. Unfortunately the Great Fire of 1912 swept through Malton the following year forcing the sign to remain as the increasingly religious right wing refused to have a suburb renamed Dyke Hills. Exactly why the Mayor wanted the suburb named Dyke Hills never became completely clear however it is likely his wife had lesbian tendencies.

Thus the name of Wooman became synonymous with the area and eventually spread to other places in Malton to form the names of Railway Stations and Streets. Wooman Towers itself was named by the grandson of the very handyman from our previous story, a grandson who went on to become a wealthy businessman who erected buildings and monuments across our fair city. As dyslexia is a genetic disorder many of these very monuments and buildings can be found on the list of Amusing Locations in Malton.

Barricade Policy

Keep at VSB at all times, to allow access to the Needs Building, particularly when Haim Walk Fire Station is overbarricaded.