Kristián was born into a working class family in the year of 1991. Both of his parents were factory workers, hired for a small wage that only allowed life's minimum needs. The year 1991 saw the collapse of the Soviet Union and with that the transition of the former Soviet Republics to democracy. The '90s were defined by several political crises seen all across Eastern Europe, Chernarus being one of the most affected countries. This period of confusion and disarray led to the collapse of the once prosperous Chernarussian industry sector which sent Kristián's family on a road to constant unemployment.
During his childhood, Kristián experienced the harsh reality of a corrupt society, fueled by the greed of careless politicians seeking personal gain only. He was a troubled young man and would constantly get into fights with little to no motives. His lack of interest in education and carefree lifestyle gave his parents no choice but to kick him out of the household at the age of 17.
The year was 2008 and Kristián was homeless. Without any set of skills, he was forced to do odd jobs just so he could make a living. He started following the nationalist principles of Prizrak and as NAPA was gaining popularity, Kristián saw the party in a positive light, considering it Chernarus' only hope. Therefore, when the Civil War broke out in 2009, Kristián gladly volunteered to join NAPA and fight side by side with like minded patriots. Even though the conflict ended rather rapidly, Kristián was scarred both physically and mentally by the brutality of war. The conflict confirmed once again that corruption was present in the very roots of the state, affecting the government, army and police.
His civil war experience shaped a plethora of his fundamental traits but most importantly it brought a great sense of patriotism into him.