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Jonathan Fredricks
Character information
  1. Alias
    Sniper Jonny
  2. Mental
  3. Morale
  4. Date of birth
    1990-10-30 (29 years old)
  5. Place of birth
  6. Nationality
  7. Ethnicity
  8. Languages
    English, Chernorussian
  9. Relationship
  10. Religion


  1. Height
    186 cm
  2. Weight
    105 kg
  3. Build
  4. Hair
    Short and spikey
  5. Eyes
  6. Features
    Facial scars
  7. Occupation
    Security Contractor
  8. Affiliation


Jonathan Fredricks. In 2009 after I was deployed in the civil war working for NAPA. After the organisation disbanded and I joined the CDF - I saw a lot during that dark time. I earned the nickname 'Top Shot Jonny'. I was deployed on my last and final tour of Chernarus when the war broke out and somehow I ended up in Chernarus. I'm not sure how this is all gonna end up but all I know is that my eyesight is as good as ever but sometimes I struggle with my hearing! Eventually I was medically discharged from the CDF and theses days I've been moving between jobs in security. The foreign investment in coal, mining and gas has meant that I'm always in work and it's highly lucrative for a man of my skills. Anyway, I'm not sure why they medically discharged me. They tried to say I was suffering from PTSD but what they do know. I'M FINE! I just want to go about my work and do a good job. I'm one of the most travelled guys you're likely to meet and the move west for us all meant things are getting safer.

I love Chernarus- I love it's people but if you cross me the wrong way - we'll become enemies. Loyalty is one commodity that cannot be bought and I am as loyal as they come! I'm a skilled mechanic, marksman, gardener and personal trainer. If you are struggling for fitness then I'm your man. All the years in the forces have meant I'm an early riser and nothing is better than getting up at sunset and doing a few kms through Chernarus. The CDF keep trying to draft me back in but I just want to go about my work - occasionally from time to time they draft me in to help with the efforts around the refugees from the outbreak - but if the pay is right - who knows!

The outbreak affected me in more ways than I can imagine - where work was always steady after being medically discharged all of a sudden it was chaos every. My friends were no longer recognisable or worse - gone! I don't have any family, well not anymore. My wife meant the world to me - we were inseparable! She too was gone but something tells me she is still around. They say behind every strong man is an even stronger woman and Maria was mine.


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