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Metro: Beyond

Oberon Station

Founded roughly two years after the bombs, Oberon station was built as a refuge for Russian and Non-Russian citizens alike. Today Oberon exists as a neutral entity. Its citizens enjoy a moderately well off quality of life - compared to much of the metro - but waves of refugees displaced by the ongoing Reich-Red Line war are beginning to create new challenges as supplies wear thin. 


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