| "I once thought I could save the world... now look at it"
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Rabi'ah is a city in the Omani desert that is advertised as a safe haven for augmented people. The city is the flagship construction project of the Santeau Group and is under construction as of the events of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.
Santeau plans to create and assemble the entire city on-site using industrial 3D printing to print the city layer-by-layer using a layout designed by procedural computer algorithm. The city is being built in the deserts of Oman. The main part of the city has an overall circular shape and is constructed by a massive, rotatable 3D-printing fabricator. When completed, it will be the first city in the world to be completely 3D printed. To help with its construction, Santeau utilizes augmented workers for the project and, as part of a recruiting drive for workers, guarantees them a place in the housing lottery.
Rabi'ah is advertised to be a "global refuge for the augmented, free from segregation and amply supplied with large stores of Neuropozyne.". The city is also the centerpiece of the Santeau Group's Safe Harbour Initiative, a project for the creation of safe and secure housing complexes where oppressed groups, such as augmented people, can live and work free from persecution. Rabi'ah has been described as a "paradise" and "beacon of light" for the augmented and a self-sufficient safe haven relying on renewable energy and a zero-waste ecology.
Santeau intends to keep the rights to Rabi'ah in perpetuity to prevent the city from falling under the control of national governments. One Santeau representative asserts that maintaining control over the city will prevent the city from turning into an aug-ghetto, like what happened to the Útulek Complex.
As an art connoisseur, Brown plans to open an art gallery in Rabi'ah.
Deus Ex: Mankind DividedEdit
Santeau has information booths on Rabi'ah in the Růžička Station and in the southern Prague metro station, the latter of which is attended by Santeau representative Felice Ullmann. Rabi'ah is also mentioned in various Picus news stories on TV.
Rabi'ah is described as being "close to completion."
In-game eBooks on Rabi'ah: