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FeeCo Depot is an industrial transport hub in Mudos, owned and operated by the Magog Cartel. It is used to transport workers and cargo between several industrial facilities. FeeCo Depot is managed by Vice President Aslik.
Oddworld: Soulstorm[edit | edit source]
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Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus[edit | edit source]
Layout[edit | edit source]
FeeCo Depot services six major industrial locations in Mudos, and has dedicated terminals for each of them that are connected to a central lobby. During his travels, Abe visits the terminals leading to Necrum Mines, Slig Barracks, Bonewerkz and ultimately SoulStorm Brewery. The terminal leading to RuptureFarms was decommissioned after the factory's destruction, and the terminal leading to Vykkers Labs was still under construction during Abe's visit. FeeCo Depot also houses the executive office from which Vice President Aslik makes sure the trains run on time.
Security gates[edit | edit source]
In response to the destruction of RuptureFarms and Necrum Mines, security at FeeCo depot is tightened significantly by the time Abe arrives. The terminal to SoulStorm Brewery is locked down by three electric fences, which have to be disabled by direct order of General Dripik, Vice President Aslik and Director Phleg. Aslik's office is also locked down by two electric fences, requiring Abe to travel to Slig Barracks and Bonewerkz first, before being able to unlock the gate to the brewery.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Notes[edit | edit source]
- The terminal to Vykkers Labs is a hint to Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee, which would be the next Oddworld game in the series, and is further hinted at during the end credits of Abe's Exoddus.
- Because Vykkers Labs is airborne it's possible that the trains went to a dock, where passengers boarded onto blimps to be ferried to the labs.
- During development of Oddworld: Soulstorm the train depot was named Comet Depot. The name was visible on concept art and promotional in-game footage. It appears the name was changed back to FeeCo Depot relatively short before release.