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The Dvali Theater is a theater located on Za Diviadlem street of the Red Light District of Prague and in use by the Dvali crime family. Adam Jensen is sent here during the events of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided to track down a criminal named Radich Nikoladze.

Deus Ex: Mankind DividedEdit

The Dvali Theater becomes visitable following Jensen's return from the Útulek Complex, though it does not become a major point of interest until the city enters lockdown. Radich can be found in his office located in the theater basement.

It is considered a restricted area for most of the time and the resident gangsters will open fire on Jensen if he is caught, though if Otar Botkoveli manages to oust Radich with his help, then he will be greeted warmly unless a fight is provoked.

However, looking past the flashy and decayed façade(repair works are underway as cranes and material are present through the area), Jensen will uncover what can only be described as rape dungeons, with blood extraction machines, missing peoples' reports, and emails and idle chats among gang members that shipments of 'merchandise' must continue to Georgia, as well as the former USSR states, with any 'merchandise' falling short of expected quality to be referred to Radich, as his connections to underground adult films are willing to take anyone. The girls sold, universally, lack parents, and as the events of mankind divided, are no older than 17, and the presence of pre-pubescent toys, like block puzzles, turn what's morally questionable in an outright evil affair.

Suffice to say, the Dvali crime family is not one to be crossed, nor do they posses any shades of grey morality.

Trivia Edit

  • Activating the film projector in the theater's control room located at the rear of the mezzanine will play the classic 1950 film D.O.A. The film, which is now a work in the public domain, is included in the game in its entirety.

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