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Character page for the Metro novels and video games. Introduced in Metro Artyom The Player Character of Metro and Last Light, Artyom has lived . Metro Redux and Metro: Last Light Redux are the "definitive" First of all, I rejoiced that Redux doesn't default to leaving PhysX on. Taking place 3 months after the Redemption ending of Last Light. "Yes this is a beneficial business relationship will gain the Metro and maybe back to what Russia "Well yeah I do, she was once a Ranger like my father.
Artyom picks it to look at it to see bizarre symbols on it. Very vicious lot," Yuri said for them to continue onward into the flooded area.
They hear more sounds to see a lot more bandits equipped with Bastards, Duplets, and Lolife carbines. The bandits know this as well with them pointing their guns at the tunnel behind them.
The orb stretches arcs of lightning to fry the bandits into charred skeletons with the bone steaming hot. They appear and disappear without warning and are very dangerous," Artyom said for them to go out to see the Dark Star fly away. Elsewhere on the surface on top of a building Natasha is in her scout uniform with her wielding a Mosin-Nagant sniper rifle and an AKSU carbine sling on her back. She looks through her binoculars to see a building with a bunch of Red refuges who escaped from the Red Line collapse that lived in that large 10 story building.
This seems more common around areas far away from the nuclear blast zone especially in the outskirts," she thought as she puts her binoculars away and aim her rifle at the building to see multiple Red soldiers within the building and around it. Several families are hold up within the large building with a soldier looking at the window to see a glint in the distance. Natasha cycles the rifle's bolt to use another round and put it into a guard on top of the building.
The soldier falls off the roof and crashes behind the two guards at the entrance with his brain matter scatter across the grass. She quickly picks off the two guards at the front gate for she drops another one at a window. She reloads her rifle with the guards within the building trying to calm down the civilians. Some of the red soldiers try to stop her with Natasha getting behind cover with bullets going above her head. She pops up and fires rounds into the incoming enemy troopers putting them down.
She tosses a pyro grenade to set the rest of the troopers on fire. Natasha rushes to the first pillar to set up the bomb. She slips through a room without being noticed to cut them off.
A soldier jumps at the female sniper with her kicking him in the shin and shoves her knife into his throat tearing a chuck of flesh onto the floor. She goes through a door to see the remaining soldiers mowing them down easily with her AKSU.
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She heads for the second pillar and puts the bomb. Women and children are on the upper floors with guards protecting them with the others trying to stop the Nazi. She sets up the pillar to hear a noise behind her to see a girl with a pistol aiming at her head.
Natasha puts her carbine away and goes up to the girl with the young one's heart stopping and her grip on the pistol is very loose and shaky.
In the Russian version this phrase is spoken, but not subbed, making this near last sentence almost forgotten. In a similar fashion, in the first ending the English version of the Ranger ending has a last phrase, beginning from "But to this day I wonder" that doesn't exist in the Russian version. Wells is not mentioned in the Russian version. Instead "A wise man once said" is used in both endings.
Metro Last Light Edit Contrary toin Metro Last Light many fans believed that both endings were good, in-part because the C'est la Vie ending had a far more heroic spin to it than the Ranger ending did. It is possible to know which ending will occur at the end of the Polis level, just before the end of the level. As Artyom and the Little Dark One board the train in Polis to D6 and Anna stares at Artyom, the Little Dark One will say that he will ask his kin to aid the Rangers in the battle if enough moral point have been earned.
If not, he will say that he has to save his family. Millerdown for the count, is approached by a gloating Korbutwho then turns to address Artyom. It is too late however, as Artyom, ordered by Miller, engages D6's self-destruct system. The final cutscene Artyom stands alone on the platform and closes his eyes as the explosion begins. In a tunnel vision, Artyom sees the saluting Rangers, flashes of his childhood, Annathe saluting visages of HunterUhlmanKhan, Miller, Alexand, apparently Bourbontoo.
His mother's words, "don't be afraid, there's nothing to be afraid of now" echoes in his head as D6 detonates.
The Red army, trapped and panicked, breaks rank as fire tears through their numbers and engulfs Metro 2 in an inferno. The scene cuts to years later, with Anna giving the story to her and Artyom's son, about how his father saved the metro. When prompted, she speaks of Artyom's bravery, and of the leaving of the Dark Ones and their promised return one day. Redemption Redemption ending In this ending, just before Artyom sets off the explosives to destroy D6, the Little Dark One stops him, and he and his kin the Dark Ones trapped in D6 save Miller, Artyom, and the rest of the Rangers, and kill Korbut and the Red Army by hypnotizing them to attack each others and Korbut is personally tore apart by the Baby Dark Ones.
The Dark Ones are shown materializing near all the Reds, usually with their hands or hand out. We have to separate one from another. We have to show him there is a choice It's heavily implied in the Metro novel that he joined the Rangers to satisfy his bloodlust. He received much more focus in Metro thanks to his popularity. If it's hostile, you kill it. Day in the Limelight: In Metrowhere he serves as the Deuteragonist of the story.
In the novels, he is revealed to have survived his encounter with the Dark Ones. In the game, he appears to be dead, or at least missing. Do Not Go Gentle: Even if the Dark Ones really are superior to humanity, he very much intends to die fighting them.
He's mentioned to have survived The Battle of D6 in Metro and is mentioned several times by Artyom and Sasha in their conversation, but never makes an appearance in the book. If I Do Not Return: He tells Artyom to head for Polis station and look for a man named Miller if he doesn't come back. He doesn't, and Artyom decides to fulfill Hunter's wishes, driving the main plot. The first of several to Artyom and also probably the most influential one of them all.
It's implied that he's the one who taught him on how to properly handle firearms and aim. Artyom even mentions in Metro that he owes everything in his current life to Hunter and his teachings.
Never Found the Body: If he died, we never know it. In Metro he frequently ends up fighting and winning against overwhelming numbers of enemies and is mentioned to be capable of defending entire sections of a metro station that would regularly take 15 men to guard properly. Becomes one in the Metro novel after his encounter with the Dark Ones. Small Role, Big Impact: His disappearance early in the first game drives the rest of the plot.
He heads off to search the area after the Dark Ones attack Exhibition at the start ofbut never returns.
He shares Miller's view of eliminating any potential threats to metro's survival as quickly and swiftly as possible, even if there is a potentially better solution available. Kirk Thornton Metro Artyom's stepfather, and the head of Exhibition station.
The head of Exhibition station, who happens to be really good at handling an assault rifle and killing a few dozen Nosalises.
Tries to discourage Artyom from joining the Rangers, seeing their lifestyle as dangerous. Artyom only ever refers to him as "uncle". Adopted Artyom after his mother's death. Eugine Eugine Voiced by: Mark Ivanir Metro One of Artyom's childhood friends. He accompanies him to Riga station as part of a supply caravan. The last Artyom sees of him is in Riga. By the time of Last Light, Artyom states that he died sometime after parting ways with him.
He was even one of two people that accompanied him to the surface back when they were kids. He appears in Last Light's prologue as one of two children accompanying the young Artyom. Dropped a Bridge on Him: He's just killed off unceremoniously between the events of and Last Light, with no explanation.
In the book, he was killed by the dark ones while Artyom was on his way to Polis. It's mentioned in Last Light's prologue that he died sometime after arriving at Riga with Artyom.
Shotguns Are Just Better: He initially uses a duplet, which he later gives to Artyom when nosalises attack their caravan. Sven Holmberg Metro Some people call these demons, I call them bitches! The first of Artyom's companions. An explorer who knows the ins and outs of the Metro, who also happens to get into trouble often.
In the novel, Bourbon had no plans to pay Artyom, and in fact, planned to off him once they made it through the tunnels.
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The game Bourbon is grumpy, but nonetheless supportive of Artyom. He has in his possession an AK assault rifle, which, along with a hefty pay of MGRs, he promises to hand to Artyom if he accompanies him to Dry Station. He's constantly cracking sarcastic comments. Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": We never learn his real name. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite his cynical and sarcastic demeanor, he is genuinely helpful and caring of Artyom.
It comes to the point that he risks his own life to save him. Teaches Artyom several important basic lessons on Metro survival during their travels from Riga all the way to Dry.