Michael Wolfe was born and raised in America. At the age of 18 he joined the U.S Military, moving his way up and learning the necessary skills of survival. At the age of 21 he began training for the U.S Army Special Forces and graduated at the age of 23 becoming an 18B (Special Forces Weapons Sergeant). He even wen't to sniper school and became Bravo 4 qualified. He was apart of the 3rd Special Forces Group, 2nd Platoon Bravo Team. While with this unit he even had a couple tours to Afghanistan where he gained even more real world experience in dealing with locals and survival. Whenever there was a broken weapon or a new soldier who needed a lesson on what a particular weapon system could do, Michael was your guy to go to. He spent a lot of his off time at the range with his best buddies, going through thousands of rounds in a single session. Living his life and enjoying it to the fullest. When he turned 26, the Zombie outbreak had happened in Chernarus. He and his team were sent there, tasked to find out what was going on, but to not be caught by locals or other foreign nationals to keep the U.S Interest out of it. They took their time getting to know the lay of the land like the back of their hands, even finding some people they grew attached too, as well as others that needed to be killed like the stray dogs they acted like. 2 years into it his group lost contact with his home country, that's when the infighting began within his team. A breakdown in trust and faith between them. Michael had to distance himself, he left on his guard shift, while the others were sleeping in a secure cave. He can only hope they are still alive even as he hasnt seen them since and a small horde of these undead were not so far away when he left on that New Moon Night. Now Michael is wandering around the country, trying to find a way to leave, a way back to his home country. But also trying to stay alive, like so many others. Sometimes even providing protection for other people, ones who are not so skilled at keeping themselves safe or secure. Teaching them the things they need to learn on how to properly use a firearm in exchange for resources like food, or the ability to use their wells. Sometimes even for information that they offer to him, things that make his life in this land that much easier until he can find his way out.