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- "Society needs a curator, and Mobius will be just that; ushering in the next step of humanity."
- ―The Administrator
MOBIUS (stylized MOБ˥US) is a mysterious and antagonistic group who seek to take over humanity via linking their minds to a machine known as STEM.
MOBIUS intend to use the STEM machine to link humanity's minds together so that they can control the world. According to Marcelo Jimenez in an audio log, the organization has been in business for more than a century. MOBIUS's power is vast and reaching, as Myra Hanson has described them as being "everywhere". MOBIUS is seemingly led by The Administrator, though he makes brief mention of "superiors" during a vision in The Assignment. Juli Kidman was one of their more notable agents.
Other agents include Myra Hanson, as well as Tatiana Gutierrez, allegedly. At one point, Dr. Jimenez was also associated with them, as he was only given his position of power, being the head of Beacon, because of them. However in order to keep it, he had to exchange his research with them. During his imprisonment in STEM, Ruvik developed a deep-seated grudge against the organization for betraying him and stealing his life's work. Upon escaping in Leslie's body, he presumably plans to seek revenge against the people partially responsible for ruining his life.
The Evil Within Edit
Mobius is only seen at the end of the main game, but is, however, seen many times in The Assignment and The Consequence DLCs.
The Assignment Edit
Before the events of The Evil Within, a young Kidman is given a choice: Join MOBIUS or rot in jail. She chose to join MOBIUS, claiming it wasn't a hard choice for someone out of their teens. Kidman was given an apartment in Krimson City and a job at the KCPD. Kidman was told by MOBIUS that she would have to enter STEM in order to retrieve Leslie, even against his will due to the fact he has compatible brainwaves with Ruvik and could be controlled to power STEM. MOBIUS had some precautions taken so Kidman would not become a Haunted. Kidman was chosen due to the fact she was "disposable" in the eyes of The Administrator.
The Consequence Edit
MOBIUS retrieved the bodies of Marcelo Jimenez and Oscar Connelly and took an unconscious Joseph to an unknown location, leaving Sebastian to think Joseph was dead. They pulled the plug on the Beacon STEM and used it to build a new STEM system.
The Executioner Edit
A man is given the opportunity to save his daughter from the Beacon STEM, but first must eliminate the many creatures to prevent his daughter from losing memory, and is given control of The Keeper in order to do so.
The Evil Within 2Edit
Three years after the events of the first game, MOBIUS had created a new version of STEM, using the mind of Lily Castellanos as a core. At some point, however, the world inside STEM began to collapse. When the strike team sent to retrieve the Core stopped responding, MOBIUS enlisted the help of Sebastian Castellanos, who had initially assumed his daughter had perished in a house fire prior to the events at Beacon.
In the last chapter of The Evil Within 2, Myra Hanson replaces Lily Castellanos as the STEM's core. In the real world, Kidman mounts an attack on MOBIUS while preparing to broadcast a signal from Myra that would destroy the Cerebral Chips of every MOBIUS member. Once Sebastian and Lily escape STEM, Myra initiates the signal, and Kidman broadcasts it, killing every member of MOBIUS who has the implant in their brain, ultimately resulting in the organization's complete destruction.