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Radomir Prochazka
Director Keller
Character information
  1. Alias
  2. Mental
    Shaken, on edge
  3. Morale
  4. Date of birth
    1992-11-01 (26 years old)
  5. Place of birth
    Miroslavl, Chernarus
  6. Nationality
  7. Ethnicity
  8. Languages
    Chernarussian, Russian, English
  9. Family
    Father: Vaclav Prochazka (status unknown), Mother: Sasha Prochazka (Status unknown), Brother: Aleksandr Prochazka (DECEASED)
  10. Religion


  1. Height
    180 cm
  2. Weight
    79 kg
  3. Build
    Athletic, Toned but not buff
  4. Hair
    Dark Brown
  5. Eyes
  6. Alignment
    Chaotic Neutral
  7. Features
    Chernarussian coat of arms on left shoulder, small scar on forehead.
  8. Equipment
    AK-74, Green balaclava, Hunter's backpack, TTsKO jacket, TTsKO pants, CDF beret.
  9. Occupation
  10. Affiliation
    Chernarussian Defense Forces
  11. Role


Born in 1992 to an impoverished family, Radomir grew up in the Miroslavl Oblast country side on a small farm. Radomir, and his brother Aleksandr were born a year apart, Radomir being the older of the two. His Father Vaclav, was a harsh man with a strong resentment against the ethnic Russian population in Chernarus. Radomir's father sent him and Aleksandr to work the fields of their farm at a young age, Spending every day tending to the family's crop from dawn, until dusk. Whilst Radomir and his brother tended to the fields, his father would leave the house in the morning, and not come home for days at a time. Usually returning to argue with his wife, Radomir's mother, of where he had been. After fighting with Radomir's mother, Vaclav would turn his attention to his sons, He would take them to the fields and make sure their chores were finished to his liking. He would try to take what little time he had to educate his son's on what it meant to be a Chernarussian, and how proud they should be to have Chenrarussian blood. He tried to teach them how to read and write, speak correctly, and how to hunt. However, the man was quick to anger and lashed out at the smallest discrepancies. One morning while Radomir and his brother were in the field his father had returned home after some time. He reeked of alcohol. Radomir's mother had gone into Miroslavl to sell what crop they had grown, so Vaclav went for his sons. Vaclav entered the barn where Radomir, and Aleksandr had been feeding the horses and putting loose hay into piles. Aleksandr was taking a nap on one of the haystacks as Radomir continued to work. Radomir yelled to his brother but before he could Vaclav already had Aleksandr by the collar. Radomir recalls the yells of his father seeming so loud, his ears started ringing. Vaclav threw the young Aleksandr into the wall and began striking his son with his belt. Radomir, frozen in fear, merely watched as Aleksandr was beaten. Too young to fight his father, and too afraid to speak up, Radomir ran from the barn, Upon opening the barn doors he was grabbed by Chernarussian police units as they stormed the barn and arrested his father. Radomir was taken to a police station in MIroslavl where he was questioned about his father. Radomir realized as the questioning when on how little he truly knew his father. He knew his father could be nice, but he also knew his father could be ruthless. Radomir's mother came to the police station and took Radomir home. Upon asking about Aleksandr, his mother began sobbing uncontrollably. "Otec...he...he killed him" she could barely get the words out but Radomir understood. He was only 11 years old when his father was arrested, and it was discovered that his father had connections to an ultranationalist group known as NAPA, that operated mainly in South Zagoria. Radomir's family was forced to sell the farm and move to his aunt's apartment in the city. The day of his brother's death haunted him, often having nightmare's about it. Radomir was put into public schooling and often fought the other kids. Most of the fights with ethnic Russians. At 18, Radomir enlisted into the CDF militia. The militias were often more extreme politically and much more tailored to the mind of Radomir. He was treated with respect amongst his peers and within a years time was promoted to Corporal and given command of a small team. He was deployed to South Zagoria shortly after the end of the civil war. The Army's militias were used to oppress and further resistance by any means. Peaceful protests crushed harshly, often resulting in the deaths of multiple civilians. Villages ransacked and razed. Radomir enjoyed the power he felt but made sure to spare the lives of his Chernarussian Bratři. The civil war opened his eyes to the burden that was the ethnic Russians in Chernarus. He saw them as nothing more than terrorists. Come 2017, Radomir had been evacuating civilians into the Miroslavl Oblast before the checkpoint had been run over. He was forced to flee with a few comrades into the woods. Cut off from his home, and stranded in South Zagoria, Radomir was now just a survivor with no direction. Doomed to repent for his sins...

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Nice last name, good to see a bit of variation.

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