John Keogh was born to a member of "The Squad" set up by Michael Collins back in the 1920s.
Since his father was a member of the IRA it subsequently led to John being initiated into it later on in his late teens. He would carry out all kinds of tasks and the Council held him in high regards as his father worked directly for "The Big Fella".
Later on in life the council elected him as Adjutant-General. He continued "serving" his country claiming all these deaths were necessary for Ireland. He was arrested by the British police up north as thats where he had been living for years of his life to endure the same suffering his people were under the rule of the British. He was sent to Maze-Prison, where he joined the Hunger Strikes (1981). He was charged with possession of Explosives and bombing a hotel. He was on hunger strike for about 43 days before he ended it as Doctors had consulted him that he would die as he had an obstructed kidney.
He was released in 1998 under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement and was reunited with his wife and son. He resigned his position as General to focus on his family.
When his son, Tadhg, asked him "was it worth it?" he responded with "The question is phrased in the past tense. It's not over. The struggle continues and will continue until the British are out of Ireland".
In 2016 his son brought him on a trip around Europe in an attempt to reform his beliefs and think about the outside world and how there is so much more to offer in life.
After a year or so travelling they were in Chernarus a country which endured suffering such as Ireland under an oppressing authority.
After their journey came to an end in Chernarus they were going through departure at the airport when they were told they wouldn't be allowed leave and they would have to post-pone the flight for a week. Himself and his son went back into the city to look for a restaurant and ate. Since they had already checked out of their hotel they had to find a cheap B&B. After 4 days at the B&B they went into town only to find the streets in panic. They began to get chased by a group of "people". They took refuge in the forest outside of the small town.
After a week of the crisis they went back into the town only to be confronted by a British gunman. He wanted all their stuff. Money, food, water and jewellery. John started cursing the british man out and ended up getting whacked over the head. Tadhg got enraged and went for the man but was shot. After shooting Tadhg, the man fled and John was left distraught holding his dying son in his hands.
John dragged his son's body to the forest and gave him as much of a Catholic burial as he could. Left distraught John is out for revenge and will not be too trustful of British people BUT hopefully he can be proven wrong by some kind fellas?