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Pelovski

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"If I've got to die, I'd rather die as a martyr than a traitor."

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  1. Imam Khasan Salamov الإمام خصان سلاموف “People came from all over the world, they did not have a place in their own countries.” Imam Khasan Salamov was born in Chernarus near the city of Svetlojarsk on the 20th of April, 1971. Born to a Chechen Mother and Father who had originally been deported from their homelands by the order of Stalin, but who had managed to make their way to Chernarus, close to their home, yet far enough to be hidden from further persecution, at least for the time. Much like many from the region, this family followed the teachings of the Quran, and the way of Islam to the best of their abilities, whilst trying to hide their true background from the rest of the town. This plan, while risky, seemed to have worked, with barely anyone noting any remarkable or memorable traits about the family. However, it was when the young Khasan was at school under the name of Pyotr that his family’s true background was revealed, leading to increasing hostility with those who formerly treated them with open arms. This eventually culminated in a group of villagers setting fire to the family house, and beating the boy’s mother. Khasan’s father, blinded by rage and with a lust for revenge, took the axe from the nearby shed, and proceeded to butcher those that participated. When caught, the man was gunned down where he stood, without trial. Khasan’s mother, fearing for their lives, traveled to the nearest airport to try and leave the country. It was by the grace of Allah himself that allowed them to leave untouched. At first, the family settled in the small nation of Takistan, and through this time the boy was integrated into the local population, learning more of the religion, and the culture, similar yet different from the Chechen heritage of his family. Khasan’s mother eventually remarried, and through this time Khasan grew up, receiving his education, and following the family when they moved to Saudi Arabia. Upon settling in the city of Riyadh, Khasan proceeded to continue his education, attempting to move into the clergy, and to preach the ways of Allah. In the meantime, Khasan managed to keep himself going by working for this Stepfather’s local shop. While the two shared disdain for one another, Khasan showed respect to the man who had saved the family. In return, his step father, while looking down on the child not of his blood, accepted his presence, and showed a level of respect in the workplace. Eventually, however, Khasan moved to a more independent life, falling out with his family who continued to sit by while his ancestry was pillaged back home. Returning to Chernarus shortly after the close of the Civil War, Khasan came back to a country much less stable in its cores. It was north of Svetlojarsk, along the borders with Russia, where Khasan called for those who followed the faith to come, especially those from Chechnya, to help establish a community where their people could thrive without the fear of godless dictators forcing their stance upon the people. While initially small, the community eventually grew to a relatively prosperous town. The inhabitants were fellow outcasts, both Cechens and other groups. The only rules of such a town was the following of the laws of the Quran, and the participation in the traditions of the group’s heritage. While separate, the town managed to maintain anonymity, with barely any knowledge revealing of the nature of the settlement. However, despite these efforts, Khasan gradually began preaching more radical approaches to maintain security, such as arming themselves in the case of angry or aggressive locals who had issues with this settlement. Through a still recovering nation, the town easily managed to obtain a series of Soviet era weapons, such as AKMs to use against the kafir who tried to uproot their lives. This never occurred, though the community was happy to have such tools to keep the infidels away just in case. It was this town that Khasan had fled, following the destruction by a sweeping fire, possibly caused by stray Russian airstrikes during the outbreak. The destruction of this town had deeply affected him, and while seeming to be still operational, the cracks of a more troubled person sometimes show through. Despite this, the man drifts through Chernarus, scavenging what he needs to survive, and trying to find a home for himself.
  2. Reinhard

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    What monuments do we build now? That honestly make you stare in awe.

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  • Pavel Strelnikov was born in Volgograd, in the USSR on the 25th December, 1985. His family, having more wealth than most in the city, were frequently harassed by local officers, who took any opportunity to take some wealth of their own. With pressure mounting from higher officials to “eliminate” the discrepancy, the family quickly left the city, moving to the rural regions around Stavropol. With the family relocated to the outskirts of Stavropol, Pavel had a hard time adjusting to their new home. Still targeted, though to a lesser extent, due to their above average wealth, Pavel’s childhood was a struggle to attain friends, often using money as a form of bribery to have people stick with him. Through his years as a teen, Pavel’s issues seemed to compound. His mother’s frequent alcohol fueled manipulation of his father, ended with the family falling apart. His father was found dead, pistol in his hand, and a seeming suicide note leaving everything to his wife. Pavel insisted that his father would never do such a thing, though they paid little attention to him, instead agreeing that even though the note wasn’t typically his handwriting, it was close enough, and detailed enough to be from him. From this point on, his mother would spend money constantly, on alcohol, drugs, and extravagant parties. Upon graduating, and with little behind the family name, due to his late mother’s spending habits, he decided to join the military, enlisting in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in 2004. With training complete, and his specialization established, Pavel worked as an artilleryman. Little of interest happened for a few years, though with the Chernarussian civil war in 2009, Pavel did as ordered, participating in the Russian efforts, eventually taking a leave in 2010 as a low ranking officer, to increase his skills in biological quarantine. Having saved enough to comfortably live for the next few years, Pavel went to the University of Moscow, earning a Doctorate in Biology. On top of this, he attained bachelors in Mechanical Engineering and Physics. Upon leaving University, Pavel enlisted into the biological division of the Southern Military District, spending his time looking into various diseases affecting the world, while toying with his assigned assault rifle. While serving in this position, with consideration of his performance in the Chernarussian incursion, Pavel attained the rank of Kapitán. The outbreak of the Chernarussian infection proved a trying time, while some comrades in the SMD were originally connected to the rumoured “ground zero”, the nature of the infection was relatively unknown. Through the Russian efforts on the border, Pavel did manage to learn the basic functions of the infected, managing to imprison a few subjects before they turned. After weeks of testing on said subjects, enough information was compiled to file a report, which seemed to garner some attention from higher authorities. Strelnikov found himself increasingly positioned on the field, with quarantine operations, and various expeditions to secure and bring back samples for further testing.
  • Pelovski

    Where the hell are M65s?

    Thanks for the help everyone! I managed to find them up at Tisy, just like some of you said, much more common there than anywhere else. I guess loots a lot more location specific these days?
  • Pelovski

    Where the hell are M65s?

    Thanks, yeah sorry about that, wasn't quite sure of the etiquette in regards to such a topic. Thank you very much for this invaluable information!
  • Pelovski

    Anybody know good places to find the Sword and Great Helm?

    Helms are relatively easy when compared to finding a sword, from my experience. Swords are pretty uncommon, though so far, I've found two, only to have one eat itself. The second one though has lasted a while. I'd be happy to part with it... for a price of course.
  • Pelovski

    Where the hell are M65s?

    I cannot, for the life of me, find a black M65 anywhere on this bloody map. Am I missing something, or does it only spawn in specific points? Noticed similar situations in regards to certain locations tending to spawn more of one specific item, such as some police stations spawning about 10,000 pistols, while others are just hats. Anyone honed in on such magic, or is it all in vain?
  • Otto Višněvský was born in Novigrad, in the USSR on the 25th December, 1985. His family, having more wealth than most in the city, were frequently harassed by local officers, who took any opportunity to take some wealth of their own. With pressure mounting from higher officials to “eliminate” the discrepancy, the family quickly left the city, moving to the rural regions around Miroslavl'. With the family relocated to the outskirts of Miroslavl', Otto had a hard time adjusting to their new home. Still targeted, though to a lesser extent, due to their above average wealth, Otto’s childhood was a struggle to attain friends, often using money as a form of bribery to have people stick with him. Through his years as a teen, Otto’s issues seemed to compound. His mother’s frequent alcohol fueled manipulation of his father, ended with the family falling apart. His father was found dead, pistol in his hand, and a seeming suicide note leaving everything to his wife. Otto insisted that his father would never do such a thing, though they paid little attention to him, instead agreeing that even though the note wasn’t typically his handwriting, it was close enough, and detailed enough to be from him. From this point on, his mother would spend money constantly, on alcohol, drugs, and extravagant parties. Upon graduating, and with little behind the family name, due to his late mother’s spending habits, he decided to join the military, enlisting in the Chernarussian Defense Force in 2004. With training complete, and his specialization established, Otto worked as an artilleryman. Little of interest happened for a few years, though with the Chernarussian civil war in 2009, Otto did as ordered, helping to combat the Chedaki, eventually taking a leave in 2010 as a low ranking officer, to increase his skills in biological quarantine. Having saved enough to comfortably live for the next few years, Otto went to the University of Moscow, earning a Doctorate in Biology. On top of this, he attained bachelors in Mechanical Engineering and Physics. Upon leaving University, Otto enlisted into the biological division of the CDF, spending his time looking into various diseases affecting the world, while toying with his assigned assault rifle. While serving in this position, with consideration of his performance in the civil war, Otto attained the rank of Kapitán. The outbreak of the infection proved a trying time, while comrades in the CDF were originally connected to the rumoured “ground zero”, the nature of the infection was relatively unknown. Through the Chernarussian efforts, Otto did manage to learn the basic functions of the infected, managing to imprison a few subjects before they turned. After weeks of testing on said subjects, enough information was compiled to file a report, which seemed to garner some attention from higher authorities. Višněvský found himself increasingly positioned on the field, with quarantine operations, and various expeditions to secure and bring back samples for further testing.
  • Pelovski

    The Masonic Knights

    I like the Idea of a christian group, I've been working on a similar idea for the past few days, and it's always good to see other people having a stab at a genuinely interesting idea. Though I'd suggest a bit of modernizing in the influence/presentation. There are quite a lot of christian groups that are still in operation even today, so I'm not sure Templars were the 100% best choice. For example, the Hospitallers are still around technically, as well as various other groups. It's pretty in depth when you look at some of them. Heck, even the Teutonic order is still around as a religious group, but moving away from the militaristic aspect. Just some Ideas to help you out! Main reason I'd suggest the more modern groups, is it tends to be more relatable to today, making seem still in the realm of possibility.
  • Pelovski

    [MVD] Ministerstvo Vnutrennikh Del [Open Recruitment]

    Fucking beautiful!
  • Pelovski

    [MVD] Ministerstvo Vnutrennikh Del [Open Recruitment]

    Choot choot, all aboard the gulag train!
  • Pelovski

    The Problem with Houses/Vehicles?

    What is this, Communism? Handing vehicles to everyone no matter what? Pfft.
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