Mikes father, Jonathan Nordsmen came to Finland for reasons unknown in this tale. Jonathan and Tanya had three kids, Nick, Mike and Jackson. After both of his older brothers had moved away, living at home with a drug addict father and a drinking mother was not easy. When 10 years old, he moved to Chernarussia to live with his aunt Agatha. Agatha taught Mike some patience, DIY skills and survival. Mike had always been keen of psychology and every little twist of the human mind, which he studied during the civil-war. He was young to see such violence, but what he knew and believed made him stay sane. Being an atheist, Mike was always trouble around the Orthodoxy- populous, which is why he and Agatha rarely visited towns.
Early morning, 8th of July. Mike and Agatha headed off for a hunting trip west of Pavlovo which was planned to take just about two weeks, they were perfectly unaware of the situation far north east of their hunting grounds. 19th, when the bombing started Mike and Agatha figured something was wrong and decided to head back on the 20th. What they faced was a total chaos. When they found out all that had happened they decided to go back and stay in the woods, living off the land.
Two months passed before the first large walker crowd made it to their hut. Mike managed to escape in the dark of the night but was left clueless of his aunt’s fate. The real story of Mike Nordsmens survival had begun.