Samuel was born just outside of Berezino twenty-five years ago. Samuel's childhood was fairly hard for him. After the fall of the soviet union, Chernarus fell into economic turmoil with most of the country being below the poverty line. Samuel was also looked down on by fellow chernarussians because of his Russian migrant parents. Samuel grew up on the stories of his father's service in the Soviet Army. In his teens, Samuel joined the Working Men's Defense Alliance, the organisation that would soon turn into the Movement of the Red Star. Samuel fell into the red hands of Lopotev full heartly, participating in the protests 1999.
Samuel always at the front when there was any rally or protest and eventually the war. Samuel's rage after the movements ban had no match. He immediately began partaking in the military/insurgent operations, such as the bombing in Chernogorsk. He saw himself as almost a holy figure, fighting the for the little guys who couldn't fight for themselves. In 2009, when the movement took a radical militarization turn, Samuel joined a platoon of his fellow country men to fight the oppressive Chernarussian government. As the chedaki had victory after victory, Samuel couldn't help but think of the old stories his father used to tell him.
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