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Jaromir Sokol
Character information
  1. Alias
  2. Mental
    Sane, determined
  3. Morale
    High, does not hesitate to do what it takes to reach his goals
  4. Date of birth
    1985-04-20 (34 years old)
  5. Place of birth
    Novigrad, Chernarus
  6. Nationality
  7. Ethnicity
  8. Languages
    Chernarussian, Russian, English with strong accent
  9. Family
  10. Religion
    Orthodox Christian


  1. Height
    193 cm
  2. Weight
    85 kg
  3. Build
    Tall, athletic
  4. Hair
  5. Eyes
  6. Alignment
    Lawful Evil
  7. Equipment
    Basic CDF equipment, green jacket with black collar.
  8. Occupation
    Political Activist, Gov't official




Youth. Novigrad, later Severograd. Chernarus.

Jaromir was born in a warm spring in 1985, but he never got to know his parents. His father, Pavel Sokol, had been a professor for history and social science at the People's University of Novigrad. His mother Eliska was a nurse in the University's hospital. The couple lived a - for the time's circumstances - good life, until the evening of the 22nd of December 1984. They sat at the dinner table in their small apartment in Novigrad when the doorbell went off. Pavel got up and went for the door - Eliska, being in her fifth month of pregnancy, waited by the table. A few moments later, she heared how the door was opened, followed by a harsh shout and some muffled screams. Seconds later, three officers of the Chernarussian Secret Police stormed the room.


The next morning, after the most horrifying night of her life in a mouldy holding cell, she was interrogated and learned that she her husband was accused of propagating non-social, anti-communist ideas. Eliska did know that her husband's political position was not precisely regime-friendly, but she had no clue if he'd actually done something careless or if someone in the party simply decided to play a trick on them. One way or another, Eliska was taken into custody as a hostage - to pressure her husband to do whatever the regime wanted to do him.

She should never find out. She gave birth in the prison's hospital, and her son was taken away from her soon after.


Jaromir grew up in an orphanage. He witnessed the fall of the Soviet Union at the age of five, of course without understanding what was going on. At the age of seven he was adopted by a family from Severograd, South Zagoria, where he went to elementary and secondary school. His new parents both worked in the regional government office, and helped Jaromir securing an apprentice position in the Chernarussian Immigration Authority for which he returned to Novigrad in 2002.


Young Adult. Novigrad. Chernarus.

Jaromir proved to be a quick-learning, motivated and focussed worker and quickly gained the respect of his colleagues. He developed connections to a man known as Pjotr Kovacs, a young, aspiring official in the ministry of economy and trade - and a burning patriot. The two men became friends after meeting at a government conference, where they found out that they shared some ideals. Both men were proud Chernarussians who wanted to see - and help - their country emerge from the shadows of the past. Both of them blamed the international community as well as the Russians for the tense economic situation in Chernarus. Both hated the pest of corruption and authority abuse that dissemminated among the small country's government. From then on, the two would meet often, talking about politics, the prospects of their country and their own political careers.

Jaromir was promoted in 2005, becoming head of the department of his authority for the region of South Zagoria, and moved to Chernogorsk. During that time he also managed to find out why he grew up in an orphanage, which contributed to him being radicalized. In addition to his patriotism he developed a ferocious hate against communism and Russians.


The Civil War. Chernogorsk. Chernarus.

Jaromir had picked a side long before the civil war actually broke out. Together with his friend Pjotr he had created a network undermining various authorities. While the political atmosphere heated up in Chernarus, they started to launder money - tax payers' money - with the goal of supporting nationalist movements like the NAPA. The more the violence escalated, the more Jaromir, Pjotr and their likeminded colleagues got involved. As the civil war raged, they became a cornerstone of the nationalist militias' supply lines.


Until the Outbreak. Miroslavl. Chernarus.

NAPA was disbanded in the wake of the civil war, most of its militia was integrated into the CDF. The center-right sector had taken over Chernarus' fate. Vaclav Pavlenka, a CDF general known to be aligned with the right-wing sector in Chernarus' political landscape, took over the ministry of defense. He knew Jaromir and helped him to take over an important position in the ministry's logistical affairs burreau.


After the Outbreak. Miroslavl, later South Zagoria. Chernarus.

Things were chaotic after the outbreak in 2017, but the burreau did everything in their power to keep the CDF as well-supplied as possible during the first couple of weeks. After dispatching tanks and heavy weaponry in the value of 30% of Chernarus' yearly GDP, it looked like the CDF was able to push the infection back and regain control. But the advance came to a stop in November and since then, the situation became a sort of deadlock. News from South Zagoria reached Miroslavl only infrequently and from mostly unreliable sources.

After the bomb attack on the Miroslavl base, supposedly carried out by BPR terrorists, Jaromir came to the realization that he could no longer help his country from the inside of his burreau's offices. He joined a platoon of volunteers who were willing to embark on a scouting mission to gather intel about the military strength and degree of organization of the BPR, the current state of the infection and potential survivors in South Zagoria, and possible ways of regaining control of the region.

Arriving at the devastated epicentre of the outbreak, they soon came to the realization that they were too little in numbers to accomplish anything in the region. They decided that operating covertly in teams of two was the more promising approach, and split up in the evening of day 410 since the outbreak.




This is a really well made Chernarussian page, good job ?

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17 hours ago, Blackfyre said:

This is a really well made Chernarussian page, good job ?

Thanks a lot, really appreciate the kind words ? got ingame for some rp on him yesterday, realized the transition from playing mostly commie / BPR characters to a right-winged one is harder than I thought ?


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