The subject of this article appears in the Metro 2033 video game.

Several characters in the video game Metro 2033 are considered companions, as they temporarily travel through the Moscow Metro and Surface alongside Artyom during the events of Metro 2033. Companions  also feature in Metro Last Light

Bourbon[edit | edit source]

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Bourbon, the shady character from Riga station, makes a deal with Artyom to travel to Dry with him. He also appears in the novel Metro 2033 fulfilling the same role.

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Khan[edit | edit source]

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Khan is a spiritual man, helping out Artyom as he believes Artyom's 'noble mission' will be successful, in one way or another. He appears in the novel Metro 2033, and the video game sequel Metro Last Light.

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Pavel[edit | edit source]

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Pavel, along with Ulman, is part of a two man Ranger team that rescues Artyom from the hands of murderous Reich soldiers. He plays a similar role in the novel Metro 2033.

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Ulman[edit | edit source]

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Ulman, along with Pavel, is part of a two man Ranger team that rescues Artyom and escorts him to Polis and through the depths of D6

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Miller[edit | edit source]

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Miller is the leader of the Rangers, helping Artyom in his quest to destroy the Dark Ones. He accompanies Artyom on his mission to the Library all the way to Ostankino Tower, and is the companion that accompanies Artyom the longest.

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