Ludek was born in the capital of Chernorussia before the fall of the USSR. He was born to a single mother, as his father was killed as a police man during an altercation with an armed man who was drunk before he was born.
Raised as a middle child, between an older and younger brother, he focused a lot on his studies, taking a particular interest in biology and chemistry. When he got to the age where he was due to apply to university, the civil war broke out. As he was old enough, he volunteered for the CDF and served until the country succumbed to the Chedakis. After he left the army at the age of 21, he had the opportunity to travel to Ostrava in the Czech Republic and study at the University of Ostrava to become a paramedic. After his course was completed he remained in the Czech Republic to work, whilst also avoiding the harsh Lopotev regime. In 2018, he decided to return home and continue to work as a paramedic.
As the third wave of the virus began, he faced a few of the crazed flu victims. Ludek was relocated to South Zagoria to help in the evacuation camps. As they became over run, he decided to take his chances and leave, avoiding people as much as possible as he could not distinguish normal people from those crazed with the flu.