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The action takes place in City 14, a few months before the coming of Gordon Freeman in the City 17. Vladimir Ulyanov (the protagonist born in 1991), and his objective is liberating the city from Combine.

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Half-Life 2: Deadly Winter
The action takes place in City 14, a few months before the coming of Gordon Freeman in the City 17. Vladimir Ulyanov (the protagonist born in 1991), and his objective is liberating the city from Combine. In City 14, very strict control.

All citizens who breaking the rules, subjected to torturous work on radioactively-processing factory, and if it does not temper the enthusiasm disobedient citizen, then it waits for the "suppression", i.e repression. In the best case: be sent to the service of the Alliance; in the worst: execution of a citizen along with his entire family.

In the City 14 placed Citadel with a height of about 572 meters and the adjacent buildings with specific functions for the Citadel. The main task of the city City 14, the processing of radioactive substances and their delivery in the City 17. A radioactive substance is necessary for the biggest core of the main energy reactor in City 17.

Due to drilling in the bowels of the earth, the citizens of City 14 are undergoing harsh climate. The climate in City 14 is very severe, after the coming of the Breen winter frost level reaches up to -70 degrees Celsius in the summer of -30. Winter fog obscures the man right up to 3 meters. In the city center installed the equipment providing more or less warm climate (-10 degrees Celsius).

Here is a teaser:

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notaclevername
notaclevername

cool... pardon my pun.

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carbongo Author
carbongo

:D

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wwof
wwof

So is Vladimir Ulyanov supposed to be a new 21st century Lenin?

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carbongo Author
carbongo

it's just a coincidence

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