The name "Red Moon" could be a reference to the Brother Moon, the final boss of the game.
The complex is in a state of disrepair. Tattered and run down, a complete contrast of the pristine and maintained environments of Titan Heights and Cassini Towers on Titan Station. Graying and dingy, the walls are adorned with posters and flyers notes torn or peeled away. Graffiti scrawled across the walls and posters promoting Earth Government reveal the residence's low opinion of its governing body.
Dumpsters, bags and cans of garbage sit in the halls filled to the brim, a sign of the indifference on the part of the tenants or the landlords. The complex's main entrance and yard is gated, separating it from the outer yard and general populace.
Not dissimilar to the complex overall appearance, Clarke's untidy apartment reflects both his decaying state of mind in the aftermath of his separation with Ellie Langford and his experiences with the Markers and Necromorphs.
When Robert Norton and John Carver locate Clarke's apartment, the Unitologist group, the Circle, siege the colony. Carver, Clarke and Norton are ambushed just outside the apartment complex in the first encounter with the new enemy.
Building Courtyard Edit
A dark and dirty courtyard is located just outside the main entrance of the apartment complex. The courtyard has an in-active fountain, a bench as well as a ton of posters and graffiti placed across the walls.
Isaac's apartment. Edit
Isaac's apartment is a simple, not so luxurious, medium sized room that has a bathroom next to the living area. A huge window overlooking the Lunar Marker Shroud is located at the end of the room. A bed for two people is also located in the room. A door leading to the main pathway to the apartments is located next to the bathroom.
- ↑ As seen on the poster outside the apartment, during the Unitologist ambush.