South Chicago, Chains grew up in the thick of the shit. The son of a prominent figure in the biker culture, Chains followed in his fathers' footsteps. Riding with a 1%'er patched club, Chains was an integral part of the clubs gun-running operations. He was tasked with ensuring that deals went smoothly, and if they didn't, questioning and punishing those responsible for the deals going south. Chains had earned himself a reputation and his nickname because of his preferred method of torture, he liked to use chainsaw blades to beat his victims, loving both the gruesomeness and the fear it instilled in them.
Chains had also spent a substantial amount of time in and out of the prison system. Chains was a natural at prison politics, quickly finding out that he had a knack for being able to manipulate others in order to get what he wanted and gain power. After a while, he almost seemed to enjoy the chaos he wants able to cause, turning prison gangs against each other rather than focusing on him for personal gain.
Chains would be aboard a container ship en route to the US from Russia in which containers had firearms hidden within. The infection had taken hold of the crew, resulting in the cargo ship running ashore in Chernarus. Not being familiar with the people, culture, or local language, Chains spent the better part of a year avoiding human confrontation. Though after a while his stocks were being depleted and the surrounding areas were running short on supplies as well. This has forced Chains out of his hiding and back into mingling with populations, but with him, he brought his old habits...
Extremely laid back as to not try to draw attention to himself.
Loyal to no one.
Will disappear when there are large crowds.
Q: What does the 1% patch mean?
A: Some outlaw motorcycle clubs can be distinguished by a "1%" patch worn on the colors. This is said to refer to a comment by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) that 99% of motorcyclists were law-abiding citizens, implying the last one percent were outlaws.