Jindra was born on the 12th of December 1998 in the city of Zelenogorsk. His father, Dalibor, served in the Chernarussian Defense Forces while his mother, Adéla, worked part-time in the local grocery store and took care of the house. Father's salary they've been recieving was enough to guarantee them somewhat of an affluence, they lived in better conditions than most of the oblast residents and never lacked a thing. Due to father's job in the army Jindra had seen him very rarely, most of his knowledge about Dalibor's life came from the stories told by his mother. Being raised by only one parent, he lacked a strong father figure in his early life, something very fundamental in culture in which he was brought up. He had hard time to acclimatise into the local community, always kept to himself and finished school without any real friend. His mother wanted to impose the traditional patriotic values on him, she portrayed his father as an example of a good, patriotic Chernarussian man that was always ready to trust his life to the country, but Jindra never took that approach. He didn't want to follow the ways of the man he barely knew. Jindra's beliefs changed as he aged, mother's teachings began to have a greater impact on his way of thinking after the events of 2008 and 2009, but those never evolved into the nationalistic extremism similar to most of his peers. The older he was, the less he felt attached to Chernarus, and by the time he was about to start university, he had already planned his future - to finish the education and emigrate West, to a country where he hopefully could have greater possibilities.
The infection had struck Jindra unexpectedly. The chain of events set off by the first news about infected people from the north was about to make the world fell apart, along with Jindra's plans and his already settled life. Suddenly, his country was brought to a verge of destruction, and with every neighboring cities plunging into chaos, he expected his hometown to soon share their fate. Large influx of refugees from the east, followed by mother's disappearance shortly after more CDF personnel arrived into the city, made him secluded and distrustful towards strangers and finally forced to flee the city. Seeking shelter in the local forest, he watched from afar as his home region slowy succumbed to the infection, still blindly hoping for something to turn the tide.