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The interior of Turnip Hill, an affordable housing project funded by Walter Co. and was later adopted into the district of Open Sewer. Turnip Hill is closed place with its own economy, marketplace, subway and even a school. Access inside and out is strictly controlled, with a passport being required just to access the metro. Homeless people, lower class and political opponents are transferred here. This deliberate immigration rate is so high, that there is almost no space left. Most tenants exhibit strange behavior due to excessive usage of shrooms and Osmo Olut fueled alcoholism. Moreover, the whole complex is severely lacking in maintenance. The ceiling is missing on some floors and a few sections are completely closed off.
Turnip Hill was built in early 80's, but as the funding was cut the project was stopped and the place become occupied by homeless people mainly. In recent years, the government decided to introduce new business plan and revive the former idea. The leaders of Turnip Hill live on the upper floors, and make a profit from the mushroom and alcohol products sold on black market, royalties from a book one of the citizens wrote called The Pineapple and the confiscated welfare of citizens, gradually paid in OS coins instead.
Turnip Hill became overpopulated, with the government sending more and more homeless people, without acknowledging any of the requests to expand housing for the new residents.
After getting past the border inspector, Mark searches for a way out of the complex. Access to the upper levels require the local currency, Open Sewer coins, to operate the elevator, and Mark must resort to collecting bottles to get anywhere. Navigating through the apartments, Mark reaches the administration level on the other side of the complex, he reaches a funeral home, the mortician agrees to let him through in exchange for disposing a bag of bio-waste. Paying one last toll, Mark exits to the cemetery.
A hidden area above the elevator, Mark can discover that Elo and someone else were temporarily living in Turnip Hill. They met with a woman from Stalburg Underground that promised them entry to the Underground City. Further information can be found in Kevin J. Herts apartment, where the very same woman was studying blue mushrooms as a cure for SMV. It's difficult to ascertain who the letters she left in Hert's apartment were addressed to, but she provided them with the password to purchase passports for Open Sewer from Passmore. It's assumed they were allowed entry to the Underground City, but their fate afterwards is unknown.
Turnip Hill Metro
Abandoned and blocked off tunnels connecting the Stalburg Nuclear Power Plant to the bunker were repurposed by the homeless people occupying Turnip Hill as a metro network in Open Sewer and a single station in Turnip Hill. Mark can attempt to access the metro station, which requires 99 OS coins, and a legitimate passport from Passmore. This can be done if Mark has withdrew $1,000 from an ATM in Act 2, and found Passmore's password from Hert's apartment. Inside the station is a corruption photo spot, and a minitrain that leads to Open Sewer, boarding said train however will lead to the secret map, city gates, and end the game prematurely.
- There is a brick near the vending machine that can be inserted into a wall of bricks on the other side of the apartments, doing this will trigger some dialogue from Mark.