Victor Nikolaiev was born into a rough, abusive family in the apartment buildings of Novaya Petrovka in 1991. He was beaten, shouted at and generally neglected in his late childhood and early teenage years. He grew up with a rough crowd; selling drugs, getting into fights and vandalising local buildings. At the age of 17 Victor used the money he had earned through dealing drugs to buy his own small house in the nearby town of Topolniki. While living there he continued his sales of low level narcotics but eventually moved onto harder, more expensive drugs. At this point he began to develop an alias that began to seep out into the area; he was known as Dot, this came to be because his sales were always measured, carried out and paid for immaculately, or “on the dot” as some might say. He became one of the most reliable dealers in north-west Chernarus and never failed to satisfy his customers. As Victors name spread wide across South Zagoria he realised he needed to start hiring some pawns to help him with his work. He hired six trusted friends to help distribute his products. As his empire began to grow, more and more people were hired, middle-men were introduced and Victor even had people to do his talking for him. He became the boss. One week, one of Victor’s middle-men approached him with a note, it read: “I wish to meet you – Roof of Petrovka secondary school – Friday at 10pm” the middle-man explained that the man who delivered this note seemed non-threatening but was very eager to meet Victor. Victor decided he would meet the man, but bring his three best fighting men with him. On the Friday of that week Victor approached the school and saw a lone man standing firm on the top of the school. He was wearing a black suit and was smoking a cigarette. Two of Victor’s men made their way up the service ladder while Victor, followed by the third man made their way up behind them. Upon reaching the roof, Victor was greeted by the mysterious man then offered one of the cigarettes he had (They certainly seemed of an expensive taste). The man explained that his name was Milan, and he had been watching Victor for some time. He had taken a shine to the way his business worked and how successful it had been. They talked for some time, while the three guards kept a close watch. Milan eventually came out with his offer, a partnership with the Bilek family. Victor had heard only rumours of the family and was unsure to begin with. He demanded a meet with some more members of the group. The meeting was arranged; however, Victor was inclined to bring only himself and his clothes. The following night, Victor made his way back to the same spot, and after some talk with the other members and an agreement. Victor agreed to spawn a partnership between his empire, and the Bilek family, on the condition that the family were entitled to 15% of his earnings. Victor and The Bilek family were partnered all the way until just before the outbreak. During the evacuation and widespread panic Victor and his men stood firm, not expecting the following turmoil. During the panic Victor was contacted by the Bilek Family, they were informing him about the missing daughter and asking for his help in the search. Victor agreed to set off with himself and his men to Novomitrovsk to rendezvous with the Bilek search party. On the way to the city some of Victors men got lost after splitting up in search of supplies, another two coincidentally met up with some old friends and family and respectfully broke off from the group. This left only Victor and two of his men left.