This is a fairly free and voluminous map, where a nimble transport can break away from a slower fellow and take refuge behind obstacles and folds of the area. The location is ideal for players with melee weapons, due to the large number of obstacles and obstacles. The lack of high obstacles will please players using infrared-guided rocket launchers. And lovers of guns can prevent fast armored vehicles from crossing open spaces.
A curious legend is associated with this card:
Once a flowing river flowed here, and the port received and sent hundreds of ships a day. After the disaster, a rather large group of survivors settled on a barge loaded with canned food anchored. They lived reclusive and successfully defended against all who tried to take away their provisions.
One night a strong wind arose, a terrible downpour began, and then a hail the size of a goose egg. A lone Lost man, covered from head to foot with tattoos, approached the barge and asked for shelter from the weather. The inhabitants of Barge were frightened and refused him. He asked for shelter again and again was refused. And for the third time, Lost appealed to their humanity, but silence was his answer.
And then the eyes under the deaf glasses of the uninvited guest flashed green lightning, the tattoos on his body glowed green and he plunged into the ground. The next day, the water level in the river began to fall, and soon only a stream remained from it.
Left without water, the barge fell to the bottom and quickly became the prey of the raiders. And the river has a new channel, ideally smooth semicircular canal, like a giant compass circled around the place where the last time they had seen the Lost. For many years, the area was empty, but over time became a haven for many survivors who are loyal to the Lost, and some even worship them.