Jay Wong has been a believer of the Devil for a while now. It's understandable considering the shit that has happened to him. When he was born, he was abandoned by his parents. He moved from home to home. Couples adopting him, and then putting him back, as if he was some kind of refundable object. This traumatised Jay Wong, to the point where being alone reminds him of his past. Jay ended up getting involved with a gang of kids who turned out to be part of the 14k triads. He left care at 16 and stayed with other members from 14k, he got involved in illegal activities such as collecting money from shops who were under their protection along with selling drugs and guns to the smaller gangs around the country. On his 18th birthday Jay was called to a restaurant in central London at 3 am, when he arrived he along with 9 others were escorted down to the basement. There they were told to strip down to their boxers, furniture in the room had been moved, apart from a table covered in red paper. On the table was a knife, wine and a piece of paper cut out in the shape of a man. There was also a red paper 'altar' taped to the wall. In front of the altar were nine or 10 sets of pieces of paper laid out in triangles and there were burning joss-sticks. Jay then was told to repeat words in old chinese dialect which he didn’t understand till a later date. He repeated the words that translated to 'never to betray a brother, never to steal from a brother and never to commit adultery with a brother's wife'. Breaking the oath would mean punishment which could either be being severely crippled or even killed.
Jay Wong was now for the first time part of a family one that would never betray each other and that would always look out for each other no matter what. Being an official member in the Triads he was trusted with more and more jobs.
Skip a couple of years Jay Wong was told about a job in a place called Chernarus, the family had to meet a new connect about guns and smuggling them back into the UK. After arriving in Chernarus he was there for a few days before being told how there was an infection going around and he couldn’t leave the country. Some time down the line from this, Jay Wong was alone. Reminding him again of his childhood and the trauma that it caused on him when he was young. He didn't like it. So, Jay Wong started to look for a family as that’s all he’s ever wanted and cared for. He thought he found it with a group called Generation Zero but it quickly came to a realization that he felt more of an outsider than family to them. So he started looking for his own family where he could make a group.
A group where brothers, are brothers. A group where those who wish to join, make an oath. An oath that ensures loyalty to the Brotherhood. Those who we find to be traitors, face death and to all had one coincidental common interest to prefer life with the infected walking around.To enjoy the freedom to say what we want, and do what we want.