Nada Birak is a bartender at the Cigar Lounge in the Red Light District of Prague in 2029. He is also a black market arms dealer with a third-level apartment in a nearby alley.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Birak is a bartender in the Red Light District who is secretly engaged in black market arms dealing. He is supplied by Deputy Inspector Joseph Kosinski of the Warsaw police department. However, Birak's operation has recently run into trouble with the Dvali, who are aware that someone is going behind their back and cutting them out of their 30% fee. The Dvali assaulted and hospitalized Birak's customs agent, putting Birak's operations to a halt. Birak now attempts to act discreetly, knowing that he is at risk of being discovered by the Dvali.

Despite being cautious with the Dvali, Birak nonetheless uses a Dvali insider to assist him in the trafficking of weapons.[1] The Dvali seem to be aware of such insider activity to some extent.[2]

Items for sale[edit | edit source]

Normally, Birak sells alcohol at his bar. However, if Adam Jensen finds an e-mail in Birak's computer detailing his dealings with Kosinski, Birak may be persuaded to sell his weapons and other hardware, either through dialogue or by trading a Lancer, Côte D'Azur, or Devastator.

Bartender inventory[edit | edit source]

Weapons inventory[edit | edit source]

If Jensen offered to trade, the first purchase will be included with the trade.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • To persuade Birak to sell his weapons inventory, use the "Assure" or "Trade" dialogue option.
  • Birak is by far the largest single source of crafting parts.
  • After reading Birak's e-mail, Jensen will mention the full name of Birak's supplier (Joseph Kosinski) and his city, even though neither the last name nor the city of Warsaw is mentioned in the e-mail.
  • Nada has pocket secretaries scattered around the city addressed to sonofagunnada, and it's not unreasonable that Jensen, at that point in the story, would have been exposed to at least some of them. Coincidentally, many mention his supplier's full name and city.

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "RE: 2 things" (pocket secretary message)
  2. "Take better care" (pocket secretary message)
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