Tomek was born in Novodimitrovsk as son of a simple, rather poor family. The environment he grew up in were the grey, opressive blocs in the town's suburbs with a high share of ethnic Russians. As Chernarussians were a minority in the neighborhood, Tomek experienced bullying, mistrust and ethically rooted hate already early in his life.
He grew older and finished school in the summer of 2008. As he did not really have a perspective what to do with his life, and tensions in his country heated up more and more, he joined the army in January 2009. He had just completed his basic training when the ChDKZ surfaced and massacred two CDF platoonsat the Severský Základni base.
After the war breaking loose, he was assigned to the 66th "Chernobog" Mechanized Brigade. His platoon under the command of Porucík Moravek was deployed to perform various missions in the mountainous Western region of South Zagoria until the end of the war.
Since then, everyday's life was calmer in the army. Until the outbreak happened. At first, Tomek's platoon was deployed to the border region again, but this time to seal South Zagoria off from the rest of Chernarus, to limit the spread of the infection and refugees. The 66th held the positions for nearly 7 months, but eventually the supply situation worsened to such an extend that an order to retreat was given and South Zagoria was left alone.
Between then and the 66th' return to South Zagoria, a long period of waiting and doing nothing tested the operators' patience. Yet, recently the base in Miroslavl got a lot more active again, and it looks like the 66th would finally move out again.