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Roman Konstantin
Character information
  1. Mental
    Live free or die
  2. Morale
    No kids, everything else is fair game.
  3. Date of birth
    1980-08-08 (39 years old)
  4. Place of birth
    Berezino
  5. Nationality
    Chernarussian
  6. Ethnicity
    Caucasian
  7. Languages
    Chernarussian and broken English.
  8. Religion
    Atheist

Description

  1. Height
    185 cm
  2. Weight
    95 kg
  3. Build
    Prison bod
  4. Eyes
    Blue
  5. Alignment
    Chaotic Neutral
  6. Features
    He's really handsome and everyone agrees.
  7. Equipment
    As little as possible
  8. Occupation
    Dock Worker and NAPA soldier
  9. Affiliation
    Černá Liška

Background

A former chernarussian NAPA soldier that got imprisoned after the civil war for crimes against humanity. He then resided on prison island up to the outbreak where he and other Černá Liškians escaped. Now he and his rag tag Aryan brothers are free to do whatever they like to whomever they don't like. The biggest problem with Roman is that he has a really bad memory and forget a lot of things, even his friends sometimes.
The business quickly became lucrative as luxuries flooded the prison. With no competitors, Černá Liška controlled all supply into the prison effectively giving them power over those who fell into addiction. Soon enough, the money collected from inside the prison began allowing those outside to build and expand onto the mainland once more, re-enabling the influence they craved. With the prison under control, gang members on the streets executed orders without question - even if they ended up on the inside they would only bolster the group’s power. Daily beatings on Russians, executions of Takistanis in their weekly markets, small-scale pogroms through the Blocks reinforced the group’s aims: cleanse Chernarus and restore its culture and power.

Their limited media coverage spread the group’s name and Černá Liška’s influence grew as intended; they would save Chernarus from itself one body at a time. To others, the gang reeked of ultranationalist arrogance and ignorance… though words never did have the same effect as a bat.

When the infection hit, the prison was quickly abandoned. Without ferried supplies from Chernogorsk, the prison would soon run out of food… many prisoners were left to die as guards returned home to their families. By the time the infection had hit Chernogorsk and the Blocks, many of Černá Liška’s ground troops were scattered or dead, fleeing East in an attempt to escape.


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Slava Kameníci. 

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