Danila Creskov, born in Arkhangelsk Oblast in the Shenkursk District, was the second son of Maria Creskov (an Auxiliary Nurse) and Fedor Creskov (Committee of State Security Officer). He was raised in a moderately average lifestyle for the common family in an up standard apartment complex in the Soviet Union. He attended the local Shenkursk Intermediate and Primary School, where he excelled in his studies and was renknowned as being a kind and respectful to others. Despite the clicks and groups within his classes, Danila retained his convictions and stood with his life long friends as opposed to joining the more unreliable group of friends and bullies. May 6th, 1989, Danila graduated from Primary School.
Danila then entered his two year conscription phase in the Red Army, however was three months late to be sent to Afghanistan. He was assigned to the 93rd Motor Rifle Brigade as an IFV Commander for the BMP-2 in an attempt to bolster his knowledge and intelligence, as well as his leadership skills. Danila was reprimanded on two separate occasions, once for sneaking out of the barracks during curfew to the base library, where he was found delved in several books written by Ernest Hemingway and for spending more time reading books rather than the field manuals of Soviet war doctrine's.
Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, Danila's conscription had came to a close. For the next two years, he spent his time attempting to make ends meet by working as a Collector for a local organised crime outfit in Central Moscow. His towering 6'2" and toned built gave him the edge to acquire money from unfortunate souls in debt to the gangsters. He managed to escape that particular lifestyle and take an entrance exam in the Moscow State University. He went on to acquire a degree in Construction Technology as an Engineering Technician, Surveyor, and Cartographer.
Danila worked for the Mercury Engineering Company during the late 90s, early 2000's where he helped organize and draw out floor plans and utilities running through construction projects and the proper alignment of said foundations. He surfaced through the ranks, being mentored through his daily life. He married to Elena Vyschaeslav at the age of twenty-nine, having his twin daughters only two months later named Maria and Olga Creskov. The family of four lived in Central Moscow, Elena being a flower store clerk while Danila a Project and Construction Manager for Mercury Foundation.
Danila's company won a contract in August 25th, 2010 in Chernarus, South Zagoria. He was selected as one of the fifteen project managers sent to oversee the construction progress within the country, during the reconstruction phase after the violent civil war. He did not held any animosity to the Chernarussians, Russians, even the Americans. He brushed it off and continues to do so as simply "the way the world works". His company was one of the top leading construction companies to help rebuild the North Eastern portion of the region, Severograd being one of them.
Not too long during the pandemonium and confusion led to mass chaos when the infection started to spread. Danila was trapped, unable to make it safely across the border with the team of contractors attempting to flee back to Russia. He was forced to remain in the country during the chaos, suffering from a near mental breakdown when he began to realize what was going on around him. He sheltered himself in the woods in the outskirts of Severograd, high up in the mountains. The events have taken a toll, making him appear more aged than he really is at fourty eight years old, but he looks to be in his late fifties. He's usually seen scavenging for food or spare parts in the abandoned towns and what most could describe him as a "sad, lost, old man."