Pasha grew up on a farm which he later inherited from his parents in the fields around the small village of Bor. While growing up he loved farm work and caring for live stock finding it calming simple work which brought him closer to god and family. His lifestyle also gave him plenty of time for his hobbies such as reading, hunting, and making things. He has no close family still alive and tends to enjoy solitude using his supreme knowledge of the woods and terrain of the country to his advantage
During the civil war Pasha joined the Napa due to his patriotic values and love for his country. He fought as a guerilla insurgent against the Russians losing many dear friends. During this period of time his hate for Russians grew strong. After the end of the civil war Pasha was offered a position in the CDF which he accepted but later stepped down from after a year due to his resent for its structure and corruption. He felt that he was doing his fallen comrades from his time in Napa a disservice by working with the CDF and that they had strayed from the patriotic values of the Napa.