Character background:Born in Haiti, Seanathan was not poor like the majority of his peers. His father was often absent in the first few years of his life without much contact outside of monthly packages of cash and foreign goods from places like The Middle East and Europe. His mother, using the monthly income to buy alcohol, developed a strong addiction to spirits. She lost function in her internal organs and died when Sean was ten. Sean developed a strong distrust of women from the broken relationship he had with his mother, and the even worse relationship between his parents. He kept receiving the packages in hopes that soon, he would find the sender. He knew it was his father, but where his father was, that depended on the day. His father dealt in Weapons trafficking, A highly lucrative and highly illegal trade that kept him across the map on work trips. Seans dad, Olojo Burrk, worked with the the Provisional IRA in Ireland and the Palestinian resistance in Gaza and the West Bank. Olojo ran guns from former soviet states to rebel groups across Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Of course, Sean didn't know this. When he eventually was able to back-trace the package to his fathers main warehouse in Chernogorsk. South Zagorias former soviet status made it a prime area for surplus weapons trading, and its corrupt officials were easy to bribe. Sean found his father and accompanied him around the world for several years. They stayed in Libya for two years and Sean learned Arabic, from there, they kept wandering. . The Infection Hit a few months later. His father lasted barely 72 hours after the first ones were spotted in the streets. He was too stubborn to halt work and got himself shot by a mob of men trying to raid the cache. He wandered about the northern border for a few weeks until he came across some of the Irish his father had introduced him to. The Irish were good to him, they were the brothers he never had. Things went to shit pretty quick. The good guys either died or disappeared leaving Sean on his own. He occasionally ran into an old acquaintance but never stayed in one place or with anyone for too long.