Nickolas Stone, also known by his call-sign, "Rabbit", is a former United States Army Ranger with Airborne Qualification. Nickolas's Unit was tasked with being deployed to Chernarus where they were assigned the mission of identifying and eliminating what they though was a new form of terrorist organization who apposed as a threat to the United States. Although, on paper, this seemed an easy task for his Unit, Nickolas, and the other soldiers deployed with him, none of them were prepared to face the things that they experienced upon flying into the Chernarus airspace. The plane Nickolas and his Unit were prepared to jump into hostile territory from began to malfunction and start to lose altitude fast. They had no choice but to jump to save their lives in a non-designated Drop Zone. A carpet of dense trees shielded any clear ground to successfully land their decent. Some men died before their parachutes even deployed, and some were caught in the trees dangling from their harness. They had to find a way to safely find a way to the ground so they may establish a distress beacon and be rescued, but as they struggled to get out of their harness, human figures began to sprint towards them through the fog. Nickolas considered them to he hostile forces advancing on their position, but it was much worse than any of them could imagine. They began to tear the survivors from the trees, as if picking an apple, and rip them apart piece by piece. Violent and demonic screams came from both parties, but it began to fade as did the lives of the men. Nickolas had to watch the devastating bloodbath of his friends from, thankfully, the tallest tree in the forest. It was a pool of blood that flooded 15 feet below him, and body parts covered the broken tree limbs. From the pain and the trauma Nickolas endured, he fainted, only to wake up to complete silence yet he could still hear the blood clogged screams of his brothers in arms. His only goal is to survive and establish reconnection with some of his men who survived the crash by any means necessary.