Birmingham born, London raised. Marcus Aston AKA Marc was born into an uptown family who took pride in themselves, it's no secret that the African American family has had a diverse history, with ancestors dating back to slavery, the Aston family have worked up the chain to become a respected family name. The peak of the family falls to World War 2 where Marc's great grandfather was company CEO of a small firearms company that helped supply the British Army through 1941 to 1945.
Marc's father Edwin continues the family trend of being a CEO, his mother is a hugely successful Lawyer and his sister headed into her last year of university to graduate and receive honours in Medical Practice, so what is Marc's story? He fell from the tree, he got into the wrong crowd from a young age, shoplifting at the age of 11, doing drugs at 13 and even getting into the young offenders list at 15 before having a jail sentence at 18, but was later released on bail. Did that stop him though? No it didn't.
At the age of 26 he was arrested for a gang related attack on a mansion which was owned by a certain individual one of the other gang members had a serious issue with. Marc was also arrested with attempted murder with a handgun, breaking and entering as well as assault on a police officer with a kitchen knife he obtained while inside the house. There was no bail for Marc, this time he would serve 14 years in a Category A prison in London, also known as 'Belmarsh'.
2 years into his sentence, the British government trialed a new prisoner housing plan in which they would transfer some of Englands most notorious criminals to a new prison in the Russian/Ukrainian justice system. 4 months before the infamous virus outbreak Marc took up his cell on the lone island just off the coast of Chenarus. The prison fell as the country fell to its knees in the coming months, Marc escaped, but no one knows of his whereabouts... Or his mental state.