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Welcome to Greevard, Benoga region, East Germany.The population of Greevard has dropped significantly over the past 20 years: out of 43,000 people living before, no more than 8,000 remain here.

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Welcome to Greevard, Benoga region, East Germany.

The population of Greevard has dropped significantly over the past 20 years: out of 43,000 people living before, no more than 8,000 remain here.

This is due to the closure of mines, which were the main source of maintenance for the city. Small villages around the village, which previously could be fully called urban-type settlements, are completely empty. The mayor of the Benoga region went into a binge and completely forgot about plans to create a millionaire city.

The once incredibly popular tourist destination now serves as a crypt for fearsome legends about creatures living in the depths of caves believed to be responsible for the murders of miners. And, although repeated studies have been carried out, which have established the lack of evidence of those who "saw them", the official website of Benoga does not stop posting images of allegedly these very strange animals.

One thing is certain: tourists are attracted by an anomaly - a large number of deposits of recently discovered substance - rotalium, which has radically changed the climate of Benoga. Snow can fall near the forest, and a desert is located very nearby. Scientists from all over the world come here, but almost instantly go crazy for unknown reasons!
The government has been insisting on the complete evacuation of the region for 12 years now, but no drastic measures have yet been taken.

You - Edward Kaunitz, come to visit your grandmother in Greevard. You have to unravel all the secrets that Benoga hid for hundreds of years, as well as find out what true friendship and courage, honesty and loyalty, and maybe even love are. But soon you realize that everything is not so simple - you cannot trust anyone, especially yourself ...

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