Rob was born in Toronto, Canada. He was raised in a poorer neighborhood with his twin brother, Zain. As he attended high school, he started getting involved with the wrong crowds and started doing petty crimes. As he reached adulthood, he started getting involved with an eastern european gang. His crimes started becoming more serious, as his reputation on the street. Eventually, him and his brother started becoming more involved in body removal and crime scene cleanup, for the benefit of the criminals obviously.
In 2013, had the height of his criminal endeavors in Toronto, he was caught up in a shooting with a rival gang that ended up in three deaths in broad daylight. Police had clear pictures of him and his twin brother and the only clear solution for him was to leave town immediately. This exile wasn’t enough and soon Rob realized he would have to disappear. Relying on his connections, he headed out on a shipping boat heading to Odessa in Ukraine.
His time in Ukraine was short and he spent most of his days being bored and drinking with his brother the locals. At that point, substance abuse, his graphic past and PTSD from the shooting started making Rob a more sad, quiet and gloomy individual.
In 2015, his connections with the criminal underworld suggested to him he heads out to Chernarus as there were unstable times and the authority weren’t focused as much on crimes unrelated to political activity. Rob and his brother, Zain, were smuggled in Chernarus via a supply truck of a local farmer.
In Chernarus, he resumed in full force his criminal activity, mainly working as a cleaner for bodies and such. Things were well for him, and money was good. He managed to afford a small apartment at the last floor in Novoslky.
The frenzy flu did not stop him from continuing his criminal activities. Rob was a socially isolated person and when he was out, he often wore protective gear. He remained healthy. As the virus mutated and infected became more violent, violent deaths throughout South Zagoria became more common and his service became more needed. He even had some contracts that were entirely legal with local businesses.
As the local military started struggling with the recent waves of infection, Rob realized this upcoming chaos was the perfect storm for criminals to take over. Even when most people are losing hope in the stability of life as they know it, Rob is focused on trying to adapt as quickly as possible to take advantage of this opportunity for business.