Baba Ganoush, a world renown surgeon. Before the outbreak, Baba had been flying to Chernarus to work on a case. It was a very difficult case that many doctors had struggled with. While on the plane, Baba noticed a lot of turbulence. An abnormal amount, so much so that everyone started to get worried. The plane quickly started to dive and everyone was in a panic. The co-pilot came on the intercom yelling as if he were in pain. Baba knew something was wrong. The co-pilot struggled to speak and Baba could only hear groans and screams from the cockpit. However, suddenly the plane started to smoothen out. Baba could tell the co-pilot was struggling to maintain control, but no one knew what was going on. Baba was over the ocean and could tell where they were going to end up. He braced himself and grabbed the life jacket from under his seat in preparation. People from the back of the plane started screaming violently, like the co-pilot. It was clear to Baba that something was seriously wrong. All he could hope for at this point was to survive the crash landing. Baba later woke up washed up on the beach. Looking behind him out into the ocean, he saw the plane slowly sinking. Baba could see people standing on the wings shouting. It seemed to him that people were fighting, but the ones being attacked looked sick. Six hundred and eighty-one days later, Baba still thinks about that day. At the time he had no idea what was happening or what any of it meant. But now he knows those creatures all too well. He has been fighting them off for almost two years now. Baba still continues his legacy and destiny to heal and help others. He travels Chernarus with the mindset of providing aid and helping anyone that he can. Of course, he has come across many bandits. However, he is a well-prepared individual. He grew up shooting guns and camping with his father. Baba's intelligence combined with his life experience has prepared him for a situation like this. Baba knows how to survive this and wants to help as many others as possible survive it too.