How he got to Chernarus:
Bobby Joe ends up in Chernarus during a vacation visit, where the tour guides promised to show the group what the post-war region had achieved economically.
Little did my character know, that in the midst of the vacation, things in Chernarus would go very awry. Having stayed in Severograd for a few days
following the ship that dropped him off in Svetlojarsk, news was picking up that a strange occurrence was happening the the north of the city, where
villagers of Kamensk vanished after the civilians from Nagornoe were relocated to the local school in the Severograd for no other reason but their
personal safety. The local military presence for some reason was amping up, and things seemed far from what the tour guides explained would be a
tour across the region, with beautiful landscape and a chance to discover what the area was about. Then one night, uncontrollable and rabid soldiers
emerged to attack the city. Things became dire, and bombings from the Russians occurred all throughout the region. Things became very apparent
that this was going terribly wrong, and Bobby had to utilize the skills that his forefathers gave him in his native land. He would do whatever
it took to stay alive and escape a vacation trip that all of a sudden became an apocalyptic one.
Bobby came from a family of farmers. His father, Billy, owned well over 200 acres in the rural area of Richmond. They had a steep heritage in the civil war, where his ancestors served in the 1st Virginia
cavalry. He took pride in that fact, even though most Americans disparaged his heritage. In their farm the cash crop of choice was leaf tobacco, and Bobby was taught at a very young age about the
proper procedures needed to maintain the land. He grew up with 6 other siblings, 4 of which were older brothers, the other 2 being his younger sisters. The runt of the boys, he learned from them, whether
through their mistakes, failures, and successes. He took an interest in guns at a young age, and his father mentored him in the safety, operational procedures, and usage of calibers small to large.
When he grew up, he became a Horticulturalist, and worked for a company that diagnosed diseases and fungus that was affecting residential and commercial properties. The line of work established him a
steady living, and funded the trip to Chernarus.