Point of no return - Chapter 1: FiutestverMore Like This
It all started on the day when I and my two friends Kristóf and Tamás decided to visit the abandoned station. Actually it was me who convinced them to go there. But when somebody asks me about that I just say I can’t remember it. There’s no way to find the truth. Both Kristóf and Tamás are dead.
The airlock opened with a creaky sound. For us it opened a way to hell. For the mutants it opened a way into the metro.
I was at Hősök tere (“Heroes’Square” in Hungarian), with my brother, on the day the war started. Our Parents died when I was three. He was the only person I could rely on from the day our parents died.
We often went to Hősök tere. We always went there with M1, also called Millennium Underground Railway. Known in Budapest simply as “a földalatti“. (“The Underground“ in Hungarian) It’s the oldest line of the Budapest Metro System.
I remember the short way to the surfa
Point of no return - PrologMore Like This
The World is beyond remedy. A war, which lasts now for already twenty years, turned the surface into a wasteland. The plenty use of chemical and nuclear weapons made nearly all animals mutate into unstoppable monsters. The last survivors are currently hiding in the metro where the mutants have no access. Nobody goes back to the surface again. It is even impossible to breathe there without a gas mask.
But the war also found his way into the metro. Every land is fighting for territory, food and arms. Everybody claims to be innocent, but though nobody wants to lay down arms and stop this pointless bloodshed. They are all searching for a secret storage, called D6, full of arms, medicine and other important resources. The nation which will find this secret storage first will definitely win the war.
The Hungarian government drew up a special force for that which is called the Red-Line. It’s there duty to protect the inhabitants of the metro of the Mutants,