Alexander Qvist was one of the first nurses to arrive with the United Nations reinforcements in Chernarus. Having given up his military career in Sweden to pursue healthcare, this felt like a big opportunity for him to really provide aid to those in need outside of the other Nordic countries. Something to write on his resume. Knowing tensions could be high due to the mysteriousness of the situation in Chernarus, he was glad for his training as a combat medic, being a 'veteran' due to his contributions during the years he was in Afghanistan and in Libya. He had barely had time to adjust to the daily life of being a nurse before the reports came from the UN and he packed his bags. On his way to Chernarus, he felt relieved to know he'd be stuck in a conflict where he wouldn't have to fear for his life because of armed soldiers, but it seems life has a funny way of kicking you to the ground. Coming from a family of farmers and mild-mannered Swedes he always felt out of place in the army, even though if he was good at what he did. War was not for him. His purpose was to help others through care.