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"At that time my notions of nuclear power were utterly idyllic. At school and at the university we had been taught that this was a magical factory that made "energy out of nothing", where people in white robes sat and pushed buttons. Chernobyl blew up when we were not prepared."

- Svetlana Alexievich

THE WORLD IN SHAMBLES

The infection continues to spread all over the Eurasian mainland, leaving its governments in disarray. With no other option in mind, the remaining survivors are heading east to reach the Siberian tundra. As rumor has it, the infection can’t spread effectively in the cold winds of the permafrost region.

A FLIGHT GONE WRONG

The four survivors managed to bribe one of the last pilots who is bound to leave Warsaw to fly them eastwards. The safest route seemed to be right over the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant as they thought there were no people left. Little did they know that prior to the outbreak there were still around 4000 people left to maintain reactor block #1 - #3 and seal off the destroyed reactor block #4.