Eliasz born in Białystok to two parents of whom hated the Soviet Union. Whilst growing up through the later years of his childhood and reaching his teens, he grew a hated sentiment towards Russian ethnic people still living in Poland. During his high school years Eliasz joined a local nationalist Polish youth group which stood on 3 principles; Fatherland, God and Loyalty. After his graduation of high school and him reaching of age, he was dismissed from the youth group and later signed up for the Polish Land Forces. Eliasz eventually graduated from boot camp and was deployed to the Polish-Belarusian border where he stayed until the end of 2012. Participating in NATO exercises for most of the years to come, Eliasz eventually left the Polish Military in 2015 and moved to Livonia where he later joined up with a Polish nationalist group seeking for the province to be reincorporated into Poland. As the outbreak hit and the subsequent Russian invasion of Livonia; Eliasz and his group mobilised to help the LDF and any other Polish based guerilla/paramilitary organisations. Whilst the LDF pulled out of Livonia, Eliasz and other groups continued their guerrilla operations in the province against the Russian army, attacking supply lines, FOBs and checkpoints. When the Russian army pulled out of Livonia and the outbreak ravaged Europe, Eliasz decided to stay in the province of Livonia continuing his duty bound goal.