Davit Avtandil was born to a Georgian father and Chernarussian mother. He was raised in Canada until he was 16 years old, when he moved back to Georgia. Because he had lived most of his life in Canada, he was fluent in English, speaking the language as if it was native to him. At the age of 18 Davit joined the Georgian armed forces, serving his term of 12 months. After his term was ended, he used the military contacts that he had established to begin PMC work, which eventually led him to South Zagoria during the Civil War, where he began working with local crime lords. During his work, his eyes became open to governmental corruption and the plight of the working class. He attempted to continue work, but couldn’t get rid of the bitter taste in his mouth as he realized that the government was no better than the very crime lords that he worked for. Davit realized that he needed to cut ties with the meaningless work that he was doing in order to rally the local working class in the mission to overthrow the corruption of tyrannical powers.