'''"Tarsus Apartments"''' is the first level in Deus Ex: Invisible War.
Alex Denton starts in his room, with a case in front of him containing a map. There is also a pair of binoculars above the case on a shelf. On the other side of the room there is a computer, which he must use to get access to the rest of the level. In the next room there is another datapad, with Billie Adams' room number, 451. You must talk to Billie to get to code for the elevator. On the way there a scripted event that kills a guard, who will drop a ammo clip.
== Exits ==
1 elevator to Tarsus recreation|Tarsus Recreation (one way)
== Items ==
*1 pair of binoculars
*1 Universal Ammo|ammo clip
*1 vending machine
== Datacubes ==
*Image - Map of apartments
*In game hint - Billie in room 451
== News Terminal ==
*Chicago attack, basic summary
*Chicago attack, basic bomb details and evacuation speculation.
Labelling the first unlockable door 451 is a running joke in games by Warren Spector. Deus Ex's first door was unlocked by the code 0451. Deus Ex: Human Revolution uses the same code in the start of the game. System Shock's first door code is 451. This originates as an allusion to Fahrenheit 451.http://www.deusex-machina.com/articles/makingofdeusex.asp
== References ==
Category:Deus Ex: Invisible War main quests
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