Francis Sandor was sent to Chernarus by a private contractor, Geis Auto, in New York. He came from an abusive home and set off on his own. A college dropout, he intended to work minimum wage jobs for the rest of his life, until he met a friend from high school. Shacking up with his friend's company, they teamed up and restored cars. Eventually becoming a global enterprise, an opportunity came. His wife had just found out she was pregnant with twins when Chernarus was brought up to Frank—a business opportunity. Frank decided to make the trip. He arrived to work in Chernogorsk, importing car parts that locals simply lacked. Leaving behind his wife and kids was tough, but the money was good. He had a small apartment. One night, he heard about the attack on Severograd. And when the outbreak happened, and it spread to Chernogorsk, he ran. Frank boarded himself in a house with a local family of three, a wife, husband and daughter. He did not speak their language; he killed the three to conserve food. He lived off the family's food for a month before coming out. Since then he has been scavenging. He misses his wife, son and daughter, who he only got to know briefly. He thinks about them very often; it's really his only motive. He moves from house to house, just looking to survive.