Junkyard 6,15

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Junkyard 6,15
Zashiya (talk) 13:33, 24 April 2023 (UTC)
a junkyard

Roywood [6,15]

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Basic Info:

  • All junkyards were sealed and locked at the start of the quarantine, and required wirecutters to enter, unless someone else had already cut the fence. It is widely recognised that all junkyards in Malton have already been cut open.

Junkyard 6,15


History of Junkyard Rat's Junkyard

Junkyard Buddies

These junkyards were opened in March of 1990, to accommodate for amount of the trash being generated by the citizens. The junkyards were linked together to form a bigger area for all that trash. The junkyard was known to employ a very shady crowd, and if you couldn't get a job at any other place, all you had to do was drop your application at the Junkyard and you got in.

Four young boys:Frujin Smith, Alan Hampton, George Morgan, and Robert Stubblefield all applied for a job. They all went to high school together and were a rough crowd. They formed a group called the "Junkyard Buddies" since they all worked here and got along. They had a fun time screwing around with the junk that was left here, like the one time they made cars into demolition derby cars by removing the windshield and spray painting them. They then would fight the cars until they no longer worked. Nothing could separate these guys.

One day at school, a gang called "Railway Bangway" began to pick on them about their jobs and the clothes they wore. They would go to their homes and harass them there. The whole gang just eliminated any hope of them getting any hope of doing anything without being harassed. The "Junkyard Buddies" were at work one day and they just didn't have as much fun as they use to when they first came there, they began to fight about dumb things, and eventually Perry and Frujin got into a fist fight and bloodied each other up.

The next day when they got together at work, they were all bitter about the harassment the Railway Bangway gang was doing to them, they talked about it and realized that they were all frustrated by the gang that they themselves were mad at each other.

As the days went on, they began to become more and more hardened by the acts the Railway Bangway was doing to them. They eventually became as bad as the gang. They began to treat customers like shit, blowing up stuff in the junkyard, throwing trash at random citizens. They changed there names from the "Junkyard Buddies" to the "Junkyard Rats". They vowed to getting back at the Railway Bangway.

The Junkyard Rats began to graffiti over the Railway's graffiti, began to set off cherry bombs in the middle of the night by the rival's houses while they were sleeping. There was a blood feud forming, is was only a matter of time until one of them broke.

The War

The War, the fight like no other, a fight between local gangs. Other gangs came from other suburbs to see this fight. The War was started by the Railway Bangway by coming into the Junkyard and ripping down the fences and throwing all the trash into the streets. The manager at the junkyard made the Rats clean it up and clean off the graffiti that read:

Were gonna fight you bastards tomorrow at Hecks Street

The Rats fixed the fence, cleaned the trash, but didn't get a chance to clean off the graffiti. The gang prepared for the fight the next day by making makeshift weapons that night. They slept in the Junkyard that night, painted themselves in warpaint and danced around the fire, preparing for the greatest fight of there lives.


The next morning the boys awoke to the sound of moaning. They opened their eyes and there were people at the fences of the junkyard. These people, they weren't "people", they looked like they died but didn't stay dead. The boys began to barricade there Junkyard. They dumped the dead body of their employer over the gate when they found him because they were unsure of if he'd come back to life. It is generally accepted that the Junkyard Rats were not able to reach their war with the Railway Bangway.

Barricade Policy

This junkyard is in accordance with Roywood Barricade Plan and should be kept at Extremely Heavily Barricaded.

Current Status