Jean-Pierre in his 20's
Jean-Pierre Moreau led a pretty simple life before the outbreak. He was a lawyer in France straight out of university and had a pretty stable life at home eventually having three kids of his own with his wife Viola. Tragedy would unfortunately befall Jean-Pierre in 2005 when his youngest child was struck by a car under Jean-Pierre’s supervision while he was distracted with a phone call regarding work.
This tragedy made irreconcilable differences form a rift between Jean-Pierre and his wife Viola. They would eventually divorce and she would win full custody of his children. After the divorce was finalized Jean-Pierre moved to an offshoot village in France to live out an early retirement in relative modesty. He spent his time in Gordes France and would stay here until 2008 when he was then offered to live with his younger brother, Jean-Luc in Chernarus. His brother had moved to Chernarus in 2002 due to a business opportunity as an investor in some docking company that was a fledgling there. Jean-Pierre accepted and moved in with his brother there and assisted with the legal sides of his investments and helped oversee his growing investments in local businesses in the area, which were surprisingly turning a pretty good profit.
Jean-Pierre visiting his oldest son around 2008
Once more tragedy befell Jean-Pierre in 2009 when the Civil War began. At first it was financial woes as all of the business the brothers were invested in began to suffer due to the war, but then, it was a far more personal one. The Chedaki had planted car bombs all over the town the two resided in and Jean-Luc ever the optimist, was on the unlucky side of that gamble. When he got into his car to see if he could book himself and Jean-Pierre a flight out of the country to wait out the war, his car exploded into a fiery mess. He was killed instantly. Jean-Pierre in a state of grieving and depression, never left Chernarus and instead liquidated the funds that they had together and purchased a cabin out in the woods in the Northern section of South Zagoria.
Jean-Pierre shortly before the Civil War began
He remained there for quite a few years becoming quite skilled in hunting during this time. He occasionally would stop down in town for supplies when he needed to, but the need for this grew shorter and shorter as the years passed on. As did the phone calls and visits from his children that remained. He mostly just lived on is own in the woods, occasionally stopping into town for a drink at the local bar.
To this day he despises the Russian people and anyone who expresses anything resembling communist sympathies. The years went on much the same just hunting and surviving in relative solitude out in the woods near Novaya Petrovka.
Jean-Pierre in recent months
Eventually the infection rolled around and Jean-Pierre would go on living life much the same if only becoming a better marksman due to having hunted many infected that would find their way onto his property.
One night while he slept in his cabin a group of bandits with American accents calling themselves ‘The Savages’ came into his place of being and tied Jean-Pierre up, beating him and taking most of what he had to keep himself going in that cabin.
He has since left his lonely cabin up on the hill not quite for revenge, but out of necessity as he could no longer sustain himself up there for lengthy periods of time any longer.
These days he wanders around looking for somewhere to call home and rest his head as his cabin is no longer a viable option.
- Find someplace to call home for now, though hopefully, on a more permanent basis.
- Find a group to join up with. Being alone isn't viable any longer.
- See if he can procure information on those that wronged him.
- Find any remaining Chedaki, Russians, or Communist sympathizers out there and deal with them.