Kristen Klein was born in the Republic of Estonia, in town of Tartu to a family of four. Father and mother, Tarmo and Kaisa Klein, but he was also lucky enough to have an older brother called Karl, who he always used to look up to. Karl was a experienced soldier in the Estonian Defence Forces in the 1st Infantry Brigade called "The Scouts Battalion".
Growing up Kristen used to hear thrilling war stories from his brother, but whenever his brother used to share said stories, he always noticed that his brother was almost unrecognizable to his usual self. Sometimes the stories would cut off in an instant and his brother would tear up and stare into the void, that is when Kristen knew, he would have to back off.
When Kristen was 18 and finished high school, he had to join up military through conscription. He of course had always dreamed of following in his older brothers footsteps and try to live up to his name.
One day, while the whole unit was training in the outside gym, Kristen was called out of P.T. to talk with one of the superiors. When he got there, the face he saw was sad and even compassionate, Sergeant told him, he would have to go home on a leave, effective immediately. Apparently something had happened and he would have to go and be with his family for now. This was something Kristen could not prepare himself for... he had to face, what was to come.
When he got home, dropped of by the MP-s, there were multiple cars around the house, friends and family in tears at the door. He rushed in, not knowing what was waiting for him... soon he would learn the news...
Years passed and Kristen determined to better himself, physically and mentally and so it was, the day finally came. He had reached the goal, he always dreamed of, conflicted but happy about the fact, he was accepted in to the Scouts Battalion. The past had changed him into a compassionate and forth thinking young man. He was ready to end all wars and suffering, as stupid and childish as it sounded in his head. The calling for him was set in stone, he would join the ranks of U.N. and help other people around the world, so others would not suffer the same faith and heartache, he had had experienced in his life.