Damon Andrew Slade was born on the 1st of June, 1996 to two loving parents and a loyal younger brother who idolized his older brother. Damon grew up in the backwoods of Wyoming fishing, hunting, and playing video games on his downtime. The only sport he really was interested in was baseball, it was his passion for a while until he realized his true passion in his junior year of high school.. journalism. He graduated high school a total year and a half early and went to Northwestern University to get a Major in Journalism. He became a state reporter in his home state of Wyoming and attracted a talent scout at NBC News Correspondence, and was off to New York to become a full-time reporter on the current events in the world.
The time came when Damon was asked to travel to Chernarus, a place near Russia and East Asia to report about the virus that had spread all across the post-Soviet country that no one wanted to go to. He accepted this reluctantly, until he saw the pay-bump and the paycheck he would receive if he went there. He began reporting, but the infected came after everyone and Damon bolted to the nearest place for safety. Now, all he has to do is wander around this land and find meaning in what he does, and that's investigative journalism.