Sasha (Alexandra)
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Physical Information




  • Knife





Biographical Information


~3 years after nuclear holocaust

Home station:


Chronological and Political Information

Notable facts:

Group companion



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Sasha (Russian: Саша) is a character in the Metro 2034 and Metro 2035 novels.

Metro 2034Edit

Sasha and her father lived on Avtozavodskaya Station before they were expelled to station Kolomenskaya. At Kolomenskaya, they both made a living from scavenging on the surface and trading found objects for food, ammo and other supplies.

She joined Hunter and Homer on their journey after the ex-Ranger saved her life after he father's death

Sasha is depicted as a pretty girl unaware of her own beauty. She is described as being "angular", mostly wearing overalls and a shirt "with a funny animal" under it. Her hair is very fair but unevenly cut. Sasha also has blue eyes.

Metro 2035Edit

After the Ranger's assault on Tulskaya station, her body was not found among the drowned corpses, but she was presumed dead; however, in Metro 2035 it is revealed that she survived the assault (her and three others climbed out a hatch to the surface) and lives on the Tsvetnoy Bulvar station (a lawless station whose residents are mostly drug traffickers, addicts, prostitutes and their clients).

Sasha is working on Tsvetnoy Bulvar as a prostitute 'owned' by the mysterious Bessolov. Artyom meets her after a drunken night there, though he has little memory of it. After hallucinating about giant planes with dragonfly wings, and tubular cars (what Sasha believed the surface world was like), he remembered Sasha, and sought her out. It appears that Artyom quickly fell in love with Sasha, though it is unknown if Sasha felt the same. She was greatly affectionate to him, however.

Sasha also reveals facts about the 'Invisible Watchers' to Artyom and even trades her own future in the bunker for Artyom's survival (by convincing her owner to take with him Artyom to the bunker instead of her, so Artyom can get treatment to his - otherwise deadly - radiation sickness).