Wendelin Rösch, a German born Neurologist, a slightly middle aged, and quite simple and peculiar man. Most of his life, has been dedicated to practicing medicine as a Neurologist at the Freie Universität Berlin Medical Center. Although, his life wasn't that simple, this man, hasn't had it easy. He was born in East Germany, in 1963. During the so-called "Iron Curtain", the divide between Capitalist West Germany, and Communist East Germany. His father, Johann Rösch, who served in the Wehrmacht during World War Two, fighting for the Germans, as it was required for civilians to do so during 1942, took his family, and pertained to living a quiet life in Berlin, East Germany, entitled to nothing, the city in ruins, his family poor, and in essence, living on the streets. Wendelin Rösch, after becoming an adult, could never leave East Germany to seek a better life in the thriving, and booming economy of West Germany. After the Berlin Wall fell in 1991, he was still in his Medical Residency, and two years later he signed with a Neuroscience and Neurology Practice in Berlin. Fast forward ten years later, Wendelin Rösch is not married, has no kids, essentially no family, and is entirely devoted to his profession. It's 2016, and being a Neurologist, and studying Neuroscience his entire life, a rumor breaks out of a certain "virus". Being 53 years old, he takes note of this, and out of the blue, he leaves his job, his career behind him. In hopes of finding a cure, he boards a plane to Miroslavl, prepared for a future journey ahead of him.