Metro-2

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The length of Metro-2 is unknown, though it is claimed to be at least a third the length of the public ''Metropolitana''.  It reportedly has two lines, and lies just beneath the level of the public metro system.  It is claimed that the system was built simultaneously with an expansion of the public Metro network, carried out by military contractors operating under War Office supervision, to hide much of its development behind the civilian construction.  It is said to connect [[Veneziano Palace]] with the Arsenal in Capanella District, the government airfield at Novaccia, and other locations of national importance.
The length of Metro-2 is unknown, though it is claimed to be at least a third the length of the public ''Metropolitana''.  It reportedly has two lines, and lies just beneath the level of the public metro system.  It is claimed that the system was built simultaneously with an expansion of the public Metro network, carried out by military contractors operating under War Office supervision, to hide much of its development behind the civilian construction.  It is said to connect [[Veneziano Palace]] with the Arsenal in Capanella District, the government airfield at Novaccia, and other locations of national importance.
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Rumors persist that there are several tunnel switches that connect Metro-1 and Metro-2, but to date none have been found by explorers willing to risk the Tube in an effort to locate them.  Making the attempt is in itself a risky venture - anyone caught in the tunnel network without proper clearance is detained and returned to the surface with a warning that if they are caught below again, they will be arrested.
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Rumors persist that there are several tunnel switches that connect Metro-1 and Metro-2, but to date none have been found by explorers willing to risk the Tube in an effort to locate them.  Making the attempt is in itself a risky venture - anyone caught in the tunnel network without proper clearance is detained and returned to the surface with a warning and a fine, and told that if they are caught below again, they will be arrested.
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Revision as of 10:44, 31 July 2020

Metro-2 - also known as the Tubo Segreto (Secret Tube) - is the informal name for a purported secret metro system which parallels the public Cedelphia Metropolitana (also known as Metro-1). The system was supposedly built, or at least started, during the time of Emshandar III. It is said to be operated by the Department of Special Projects branch of the War Office.

The length of Metro-2 is unknown, though it is claimed to be at least a third the length of the public Metropolitana. It reportedly has two lines, and lies just beneath the level of the public metro system. It is claimed that the system was built simultaneously with an expansion of the public Metro network, carried out by military contractors operating under War Office supervision, to hide much of its development behind the civilian construction. It is said to connect Veneziano Palace with the Arsenal in Capanella District, the government airfield at Novaccia, and other locations of national importance.

Rumors persist that there are several tunnel switches that connect Metro-1 and Metro-2, but to date none have been found by explorers willing to risk the Tube in an effort to locate them. Making the attempt is in itself a risky venture - anyone caught in the tunnel network without proper clearance is detained and returned to the surface with a warning and a fine, and told that if they are caught below again, they will be arrested.

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