Nonsense! The CDF are useless! You know this yourself! They couldn't handle things when it was just the Chedaki and now you think they can beat the Russians too? Madness! Chernarus must be free from all Russians. Settler and soldier alike. We must have our country back! Stalin sent them here and I will send them back!
Mikola "Makarov" Dvořák born in 1983 to a chernarussian father and a chernarussian mother in Gorka. A silent lumberjack village in the north, his family lived off the land and were hunters through generations, Mikola was taught on how to hunt early in his life and got much expertise of the countryside as he hunted on it regularly. During the time when Gregori "Akula" Lopotev started his affairs in the country Mikolas father was killed during the protest at the the Solnichniy Quarry Corporation.
Mikola signed up with CDF in 2002 and began basic training, once finished he had been deployed in Novigrad and Miroslavl as peacekeepers. In 2009 when the civil war erupted Mikola had to sit idle by as the Chernarussian Movement of the Red Star ravaged through the country and killed thousands of innocent Chernarussian civilans something which led Mikola to despise communism and especially russians. Mikola started hearing about the guerrilla fighters known as NAPA and quickly left CDF to fight for his homeland, He went back home to Gorka and joined up with the warlord known as Father Fyodor Kovalenko who introduced him to a bunch of ex-CDF and civilians ready to die for their country.
A picture of some NAPA members in a field below Vybor during the civil war with Mikola on the far right.
Under Father Fyodor Kovalenkos command Mikola and his comrades led several raids against Chedaki in the local area though they lacked advanced weaponry and access to heavy armour, their knowledge of the South Zagorian countryside, military expertise from ex-CDF members, and an extensive network of embedded fighters/civilian collaborators amongst almost every village in the region, made them a serious threat to both the Chedaki and government forces.
On November 11th, 2008, the group's first highly publicised attack was the burning down of a storage facility owned by a ChDKZ affiliate (the Bardak & Sons Distillery), which resulted in the death of a gatekeeper and the warehouse's total destruction.
Mikola holds both the Chernarussian government and its armed forces in contempt, seeing them as being completely incompetent for allowing the Chedaki to overrun South Zagoria so easily. Likewise, he strongly dislikes the American presence in the country and almost (though not quite in the same capacity as with the Russians) views them as a nuisance preventing him from achieving his "goals".
When the fighting between government forces and the ChDKZ broke out, the insurgents were too powerful to challenge directly. Within a matter of days, large portions of South Zagoria quickly fell under Chedaki control. Many civilians were killed by the Chedaki; often just for sport, or by Chedaki fighters pillaging their homes for food and other supplies. Prizrak led the guerillas in a bloody war for survival, conducting raids on Chedaki camps whenever they could, and dispersing their fighters to villages under threat from the Chedaki in order to protect them from being looted.
A picture of Mikola "Makarov" Dvořák and his good friend Grigori Svoboda during an insurgency with Mikola on the right.
After the events of harvest red which resulted in the destruction of the Chedaki base in Msta, the guerillas participated in the clean-up operations throughout the countryside to root out the last defiant cells of the ChDKZ.
With the country returning to a semblance of normality following the war's resolution, NAPA was disbanded as an armed guerilla force. Instead, the group transitioned into an official political party that would peacefully challenge the current government, Mikola went back to his family roots and became a hunter to feed his family, also working part time in polana factory to pay his bills.
Falling the outbreak Mikola lost alot, his wife and kids but also his faith in humanity, he sees the foreigners as he did the Russians during the civil war, with a disgrace. He recently found a Chernarussian settlement and has somehow gotten used to the life he now lives but his solidarity for his country will never falter and the expertise he has in form of knowledge of the land and its people makes him a dangerous foe in guerrilla skrimishes.