The hotel Kruger is staying in is made of an old metro car. All the doors are closed except for the main entrance. The front room looks like it used to be the drivers control room, a woman is standing behind a very small desk beside the entrance into the sitting area of the train, which has been converted into rooms with beds.
The Woman stands up from her small stool and asks "Hello, you all want a room?" she seems quite excited, it would be very rare for so many people to want a room at the same time, and no doubt she thought she would be making at least a dozen bullets. After explaining to her that your group is here to see Kruger the smile disappears, and she leads you through the small doorway into the room area. The rooms all have a blanket covering the entrance, and scrap metal as walls, this is considered privacy, keeping the bed dark, and being unseen. However the sound of boots stepping on cold hard metal is still enough to wake the light sleepers; and if you're a heavy sleeper, you don't last long in the metro. The woman lifts a blanket of one one of the bedrooms. "Oh, sorry, wrong room." She says at the stranger lying on his back, eyes wide open, the stranger closes the blanket again. "Here he is." The woman says, as she sees Krugers familiar face. She begins waking back to the front entrance.
"Ah, you've all made it I see. I've got much to tell you." Kruger is sitting with his feet hanging off the side of a hammock. "But this is hardly a place to hold a conversation with so many of you. Let's head somewhere more open." Kruger hops out of his bed, reaches under the pillow and pulls out a pistol and a flashlight. "Don't want to leave my equipment alone for too long, thief's are everywhere in the metro. Let's go, I'll show you the way to Pride station, and tell you my plan." Kruger walks towards the entrance of the train hotel. Making sure to tip the woman there with a bullet casing. Something that was almost worthless, but still could be used to buy a single small mushroom, or even could be sold to weapon merchants who would attempt to make there own bullets, often without success.
Kruger leads everyone through a maze of shacks constructed of scrap metal and stone, and through crowds of residents. Sometimes he would slip out of sight, but luckily his strange way of walking, where he seems to almost fall over when switching weight to his left foot, kept you on track. Eventually, Kruger gets to the guardian wall, the wall keeping the stations inhabitants safe. It reaches from the tracks on which it rests all the way up to the curved ceiling. Leaving no room for bats, or even the rare flying mutant room to get through. Kruger looks towards the large wooden doors leading out into the tunnels. He to the one guard who looks into the station, rather than out, his job to watch for disturbances, and open the gate for caravans on there way out of the station. He sits on a metal stool next to the gate. "We've got to get outta here, open the gate if you please." Kruger tells the man.
The guard responds to Kruger in a dry grouchy tone, "Let me see your caravan papers."
"Oh, so you let people in without papers, but not out?" Kruger responds.
"Yeah, cause that's what our rules are, now I could be encouraged to take a risk and open the door for ya, but that kind of risk is expensive."
"You want a bribe? These men are hired couriers." Kruger pauses for a moment and points at his group of followers, "If you won't let me out, at least let my workers."
"Hey, wait a sec. I remember you, you've just arrived from the northern tunnel haven't ya? No way your getting through now. Crazies like you would just attract mutants to the gate."
"Crazies! How dare you insult me, I've never been more sane in my entire life!" Kruger starts to raise his voice, and points at the guard trying to intimidate him.
"That's what I'm talking about, see if you were to do this outside the gate, then we'd have mutants coming outta Cursed Station." Cursed Station was once prosperous, but something changed and mutants were drawn to it, killing everyone inside and making it into a mutant nest.
"Damnit, we'll have to find another way out, they won't let you through now that they know you're working for me." Kruger turns his back to the guard and lowers his tone. "Any of you find a way outta this station before?"