Ramzan Ahmad Hussein was raised and born in the country of Takistan in the capital of Takmir to a Chechyan father and to a Takistani mother.
Ramzan was the only child of his parents, thus all the care and focus was gifted to him, unlike other Takistani families where Children are not favourised, but treated equally.
Ramzan's father Ahmad, was very strict with his son especially with education which lead to Ramzan being educated in a cruel and harsh methods, but in the end it was fruitful and beneficial to Ramzan
as he managed to learn his traditonal language which was Russian in a Chechnyan dialect. Additionaly Ramzan was being educated by Ahmad's friend who was the local Imam in his hometown, which not only
assisted him with learning the Quran but learning the Arabic language as Arabic is the main language that the Quran is based on.
When Ramzan reached his teenage years, instead of finishing school and heading to University he was inspired by the Quran and humble life, thus he dropped out of his final year of school and decided to
study another language, which was English. This was difficult for him but eventually through a few tutors he managed to get a grasp off it and proceeded to fix his goals onto that humble life of his.
Ramzan used his fathers savings to start his own farm, using the savings to buy land and farming equipment he rather became a skilled farmer after years of experiance and plowing the fields, reading many books about
agriculture which boosted his skill substantially.
The local-market was being flooded with his vegetables and the competition between his goods started to plummet, which made his yield the best in the local villages and towns earning him the nickname of
'almazarie aleazim' which translated to 'The Great Farmer'. This made Ramzan ambitious, which his interests expanded onto the Business sect, however Ramzan never succeeded as before he could apply for a loan-.. Shaytan and his devils arrived
to battle with the righteous (The apocalypse)