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Korman Komarov
Character information
  1. Date of birth
    1977-05-23 (42 years old)
  2. Place of birth
  3. Nationality
  4. Relationship


  1. Height
    180 cm
  2. Weight
    87 kg


Korman was born in Moscow in the middle of Cold War. He was the only son of working class couple Magdalena and Drezry Komarov.

Korman was never good at school and learning. If anything he spent most of his time on the streets instead of school throughout
his younger years. That lead to both good and bad things for the youngster. He learned to be very autonomous and not to easily
trust people however he was also cocky and was getting very often in heavier situations than he could carry which resulted in noumerous
times Korman returning home injured from street brawls.

The Chernarussian Army "recruited" young Korman after his father was fed up from his sons antics and to avoid him becoming a street thug and enlisted
him to serve the Union. He served the army for 5 years but due to his lack of respect for any kind of authority, he never really managed to get past
being a "janitor" for the army. He never used a weapon other than his basic training and most of the day he was doing support work for the army.

When the Cold War was over and USSR dismantled Korman left the army and returned to his hometown in Kamenka and to his father's disbelief, he was pretty much the same spoilled
"kid" that was sent to the army 5 years prior. That resulted in his father telling him he has 3 months to live in their house in order to find a job and a place to live.

Korman of course did none of that... He spent most of his day on the streets, associating himself with petty common thugs and criminals, gamblers.
That made Drezry angry and not even 2 months after his son returned from the army and despite his wife's pleas he kicked him out to figure out his life.

Korman frequently traveled between Zelenogorsk, Elektrozavodagorsk and Chernogorsk doing petty crimes which became his routine in order to survive...
However, day by day he was getting "better" at handling street life which earned him "respect" among the petty criminals and lowlifes of the streets of Moscow.

That was life for the now almost middle aged Korman up until the Outbreak...


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