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No one comes to Belgrade. Everyone is afraid of what is here.

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Belgrade
is a location in 80 Days. It is the capital of Serbia, but is desolated and near-unpopulated, its people exterminated by the Imperial Kriegorchester.

Events Edit

Most routes to Belgrade have been cut off. Consequently Belgrade (and the fate of its people) is the subject of much gossip around western Europe. The only access in or out of Belgrade is via Viennese Military Transport carrying mechanical soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire

If they manage to sneak aboard the military train, Passepartout and Fogg arrive to find Belgrade completely deserted, but every building intact. During the night the travellers will meet Pavle, one of the few remaining survivors, who tells them that after the Austro-Hungarian automatons arrived the people of Belgrade started disappearing. Passepartout may hand over the Zauberflöte he acquired, which Pavle will hand to his sister Ljubica to produce more and thus aid them in their struggle against the mechanical army. This will grant the "Turn The Tide of War" achievement on Steam.

Arrivals Edit

Vienna
Transport Type Price Days Cases Hearts Conditions
Viennese Military Transport Train Free 1 day

Departures Edit

Note: the Sofia route is only unlocked if Passepartout asks Pavle for help.

Istanbul
Transport Type Price Days Cases Hearts Conditions
Viennese Military Transport Train Free 1 day
Sofia
Transport Type Price Days Cases Hearts Conditions
Goods Wagon Car Free 1 day 4 9 The Open Road and Uncomfortable Conditions

Trivia Edit

  • Belgrade's state is fairly common knowledge and is foreshadowed in other places in the story.
    • While visiting the curiously empty Kristiania, Passepartout may compare it to "what happened to Belgrade".
    • While conversing with Henri de Blowitz aboard the Orient Express, Blowitz may argue about "what happened" in Belgrade as a key example of the world's rapid progress coming with a cost.

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