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Andrew Prenkovic
Character information
  1. Alias
  2. Mental
    Clear mental state
  3. Morale
    Good morale, but in the back of his mind he's worried about his family
  4. Date of birth
    1974-08-23 (48 years old)
  5. Place of birth
  6. Nationality
  7. Ethnicity
  8. Languages
    Hungarian, English
  9. Family
    Parents (Marta and Tom), Brother (Alex)
  10. Religion


  1. Height
    182 cm
  2. Weight
    81 kg
  3. Build
    Slightly stocky build
  4. Hair
    Greying black
  5. Eyes
  6. Alignment
    True Neutral
  7. Features
    Slightly wrinkly face, stubble, slightly big nose
  8. Equipment
    Laptop, multiple cameras and lens, multiple filled up notebooks and pens all in his backpack. "PRESS" identifications on his outfit, and a Press ID card hanging in his neck
  9. Occupation
    Journalist / War Correspondant


Andrew "Snoops" Prenkovic was born to a middle class family in hungary in 1974. Even as youth in an opressed communist block country he grew a feeling for liberty, and from a young age he dreamed about traveling the world. He was there in 1989 when the widespread protests led to Hungary holding its first free election was held, and when Hungary opened up more towards the west, he started to pursue education in journalism, seeing it as a way to achieve his goals. His journalistic ability surfaced swiftly, and even as a student he got his first job for a national news agency, where he covered events from sports to politics.

His first article that saw significant reach even abroad was about the Hungarian effort in Iraq, and he was present when the country's sole casuality happened during a roadside bombing. His documentary and article showed the brutal reality of such attacks, and earned him more widespread fame.

When the tensions rose in Chernarus in 2009, he was one of the first correspondents to arrive. His images of the fortificating and arming programes on both sides clearly showed the tension and his interview with Gregori Lopotev ran rounds internationally. For this article, the Chernarussian Government clearly didnt like him, but he always put an important emphasis on getting both sides of the story, always quoting that true neutrality was required for journalistic work of this kind.

10 years after the conflict he was in Chernarus working on a follow-up about the incident and how it affected the past 10 years of the region. He was welcomed in a much nicer manner than most foreign journalists, due to his neutrality in the conflict 10 years ago. He was here when the outbreak started, and he stayed around to document the developing situation. That is until he was forced into hiding when the russian military took over the region. He stayed in hiding until recently, when his group disbanded, leaving him alone to try to find a safe haven for himself, and continue his goal of documenting the events unfolding day by day in the region.

1 Comment

  • Event Master


Love this concept, good luck! 🙂

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