As normal as a childhood can be. Growing up on a farm outside of st. petersburg in the 90s is neither hard or easy. My parents worked full time on the farm, but my father was also working as a construction worker, trying to bring food for the whole family. Me? i just helped out how much i could, if there is one thing my parents taught me, its that nothing comes for free. and if you want something, you got to work for it.
when i was 24 came out of school with a medical degree, after 3 years of specialising in surgery i was dragged into the military. Ofcourse i was not done with my degree, but you see things were hectic in the world.
They gave me a choice, either stay in Russia and do the best you can. or travel and help the Un medics in Chernarus. Me being the good person i am choose the latter.
Do i regret it? maybe. When i got flewn in on 10th of june 2017 i knew things were no good. But i couldnt imagine this. The amount of blood in our camp, the amount of patients. its fucked, actually fucked.
I was one of the medics being sent to Miroslavl, but I never made it. We stopped on the way to check on an abandoned fuel station. We got overrun and half the group took the car and drove off, leaving the other survivors behind, me being one of them ofcourse. I just ran, and when i finally found my way to miroslavl It was already too late, ofcourse the camp was still there. but the end was coming, I knew this. Me and another group of medics decided we should make a run for while we still could. This was the hardest decision ive ever made and here i am. Roaming around, trying my best to help the people i meet.
The way here
After traveling alone for a long time, I found Dr. Joseph flynn.
I had never given up and after seeing what the world does to the people of south zagoria, i saw a hope when i heard the stories Dr. flynn told me.
How the camp he stayed at got run over, how they escaped, how he got dragged off too Russia and made his way back, still determined to fight for the survival of mankind. After that i promised myself to be as strong. No mather what would happen to me in the future, because life is worth fighting for.