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Gizch

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  • Birthday 07/30/2000

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  1. Chester was born in Queens, New York. His father was a loser, to say the least. He was addicted to gambling and even lost his car over a single bet once. Chester and his mother lived in a two bedroom apartment in the Heart of Queens. His father also lived with them, but was out at a casino or off buying scratcher tickets and alcohol somewhere most of the time. Chester was a good student, but could have done better if he applied himself. He didn’t spend much of his time doing schoolwork, he just thought it was easy. He had a few friends and spent the majority of his time walking around Times Square with them. When Chester was a Junior in high school, he signed up for a trip with his French class that lasted three weeks and took them on a tour through Europe. Due to the budget, they had to combine all of the class trips into one, and bring all of the students on a longer trip through multiple countries. First they went to Spain, then France, and finally Russia. They went to Moscow and toured the area for about five days, and then the news started to break out about an infection. The school trip was instantly cut short and they started going to the airport to see if they could get anyone home. That airport was not allowing any flights in or out of the country, so they waited. After panic ensued, the students started calling their parents to let them know about the problem. The parents were outraged, and demanded that their children were returned home as soon as possible. They waited for a few hours but returned to their hotel after they knew they couldn’t leave. Chester had a feeling that this wasn’t going to end up well. They spent the next few nights in the hotel, and didn’t go anywhere at all. One of the teachers walked to the balcony and saw panic and riots in the street. They told the students to stay calm, but they were all really scared. Chester was scared too, but didn’t cry or anything. He mainly just thought about his mother and how he would get home. They locked themselves in their room for the next three days, living off of the food and drinks in the refrigerator and cabinets. When they checked the balcony again, all anyone could see was the infected people for miles. They saw things like this in movies, but that’s it. All of the students and teachers stayed together, but Chester knew they weren’t the right group to stay by, since they were all almost clueless. He would have better luck finding another group who had already established some type of camp. One of the students who was in the Russian class went with Chester too. They started walking South and met a group who lead them towards a place called “Chernarus” because it was “small and safer than Russia”. That sounded pretty good to them, so they kept going South, and ended up at the border of Chernarus a few weeks later.
  2. Now i feel bad :((( apologies for the waste of time gearing up, good experience nonetheless
  3. Damn they really wanted our stuff! That's DayZ for ya, at least they got what they deserved, nobody robs from the twin backpack duo and leaves alive!
  4. @LilyKatzchen Very fun meeting you today! Wasn't expecting to find you twice and had a great time exploring the air field with Emika. Super crazy ending to the session though, Patrick definitely got my heart beating pretty fast. I'll see ya around! Also, i have never met a faster typer, gg no re
  5. Gizch

    Car

    same
  6. Gizch

    Cool pictors :)

  7. Gizch

    Chiemsee Map

    another +500 for space virus
  8. Born into the middle class, Jimmy lived on Santa Catalina Island with his mother and father for his entire life. Days came and went while he went to school and grew up living just off the coast of Southern California. The only thing really special about him was the fact that he lived on a Island. When he was young, Jimmy would play outside with the few other children who lived there, when he got a little older he began to take liking into skateboarding and would hang around the local skate park every day. One of the park's locals just so happened to be one of the only people on the island who could get his hands on drugs. Not cigarettes or marijuana, but harder drugs. Especially psychedelics. Jimmy was always intrigued by the brain altering drugs but never thought about trying them. Not until he snapped one day and finally gave in. He bought and swallowed what looked like a home made pill filled with some kind of herb and within the hour, he was as high as a kite. The next day came and Jimmy felt at peace. He relaxed all day and started thinking about everything. Towards the end of the night, all he could think about was how soon he could do it again. He went back to the skate park and repeated the process. It never turned into an addiction, but mainly a sense of not belonging in the regular world when he was not on these drugs. After a while, the pills weren't doing as much as the used to. Jimmy bought something stronger that would change how he thought forever. He felt like he needed a purpose after that day. He wasn't going to just live and die on that same island. The world had much more to see and learn about. Other cultures made his home feel like another planet. After high school and a few years of saving, he bought a ticket to Europe, an old van, and a sleeping bag. The plan being to spend the next few years exploring without a destination. After some years, an infection starts to break out. Long story short, he made his way into Chernarus from the North just after his van broke for the last time.
  9. Gabe was born in Queens, New York. His father was a loser, to say the least. He was addicted to gambling and even lost his car over a bet. Gabe and his mother lived in a two bedroom apartment roughly ten miles away from Times Square. His father also lived their, but was out at a casino most of the time. Gabe was a good student, but could have done better. He didn’t spend all of his time doing schoolwork, he just thought it was easy. He had a few friends and spent the majority of his time walking around Times Square with them. When Gabe was a Junior in high school, he signed up for a trip with his French class that lasted three weeks and took them on a tour through Europe. Due to the budget, they had to combine all of the class trips into one, and bring all of the students on a longer trip through multiple countries. First they went to Spain, then France, and finally Russia. They went to Moscow and toured the area for about five days, and then the news started to break out about an infection. The school trip was instantly cut short and they started going to the airport to see if they could get anyone home. That airport was not allowing any flights in or out of the country, so they waited. After panic ensued, the students started calling their parents to let them know about the problem. The parents were outraged, and demanded that their children were returned home as soon as possible. They waited for a few hours but returned to their hotel after they knew they couldn’t leave. Gabe had a feeling that this wasn’t going to end up well. They spent the next few nights in the hotel, and didn’t go anywhere at all. One of the teachers walked to the balcony and saw panic and riots in the street. They told the students to stay calm, but they were all really scared. Gabe was scared too, but didn’t cry or anything. He mainly just thought about his mother and how he would get home. They locked themselves in their room for the next three days, living off of the food and drinks in the refrigerator and cabinets. When they checked the balcony again, all anyone could see was the infected people for miles. They saw things like this in movies, but that’s it. All of the students and teachers stayed together, but Gabe knew they weren’t the right group to stay by, since they were all almost clueless. He would have better luck finding another group who had already established some type of camp. One of the students who was in the Russian class went with Gabe too. They started walking South and met a group who lead them towards a place called “Chernarus” because it was “small and safe”. That sounded pretty good to them, so they kept going South, and ended up at the border of Chernarus a few weeks later.
  10. Leonardo was born in Queens, New York. His father was a member of the Gambino Crime Family, but that’s all he ever said. Leonardo didn’t know his father's position in the Family, or what he did, but he did know that there was a reason he couldn’t talk about it. Growing up in Queens wasn’t too hard at all, and Leo started to make a name for himself through school. He didn’t have to worry about anyone bullying or hurting him, because he had a big reputation for being violent and had a large group that would help retaliate if anything happened to him. The first and last time anyone tried to touch Leo, the kid ended up knocked out and naked in the school bathroom. When the school security guard found out about the situation, the school called Leo’s father, where he laughed and thought it was some kind of joke. That night, his father and him went out for a nice dinner and talked about the story when his father said, “I don’t think I could have asked for a better son.” Leo started to ask about his father’s work but no matter how much he asked and how much his father wanted to tell him, he just couldn’t. But, he could help him get into the business. After barely passing High School, Leo’s father took him to the top floor of an apartment building somewhere in Long Island, where he met a few of the other mob guys and was told to be “professional and relaxed”. A man sitting behind a desk handed his father a manilla folder with a couple of pieces of paper in it. They shook hands and his father introduced Leo to the man who said his name was Mr. Corozzo, but let Leo call him Joseph. They both left, and his father asked if Leo was up for the job and that the deal most likely wouldn’t be dangerous, but there is always a risk. Knowing that he didn’t really have another option and he wanted to impress his father, he agreed and within 48 hours, they were on a flight to Moscow with a few other mobsters. Turns out, a large shipment of “resources” was recently sent to a warehouse somewhere in Moscow and the Family wanted what was inside. The goal of the deal was to get the Russians to ship the cargo to Long Island for the lowest price. They took a taxi to the warehouse and Leo’s heart was beating faster than ever. They all walked into the warehouse and saw a few men standing in front of a shipping container. One obviously had a handgun in his waistband, so Leo stayed behind everyone else and watched since he was only given a knife. The deal went fine in the end, and they were able to get the crate onto the right ship for only $25,000. Before going back, they wanted to spend some time away from home, since this was Leo’s first time away from New York. They practically lived in Russia for a month until they needed to go back for more business. While packing their bags, the radio suddenly started beeping as if it were an emergency broadcast. They both didn’t speak Russian, so they thought it could have been a drill or something. While trying to get to the airport, the traffic was so unbelievably bad that the taxi driver refunded the money and dropped them off at the nearest exit. They took their suitcases and went further into the city, where they saw panic and people fighting over certain supplies. They knew something was wrong instantly. Leo’s father grabbed Leo’s hand and told him to drop his suitcase and follow him. They went to the nearest store, which was a clothing shop and asked the owner if they knew what was happening. They couldn’t speak English so Leo’s father went behind the counter and knocked the man over his head with the cash register. They looted the store for anything of value, which wasn’t much. They locked themselves in the shop while they thought the plan through. His father tried to contact the mob in New York, but couldn’t get a hold of them. So, they left the store and went back to the bar they went to last which was a few miles away. On arrival, the only bartender who could speak any English had been shot in the side of the head and was lying on the floor of the bathroom with a gun near him. Leo’s father gave him the pistol, a Makarov IJ70, which was missing one bullet in the magazine. They stayed there for a while and found the keys to lock the large metal front door. Luckily, the storage room had a whole stash of supplies for a situation like this, where they found food that lasted them for a whole month and a whole lot of drinks. Hoping the whole situation would be under control, they walked out of the store for the first time after a month when they were almost out of food, and saw a crowd of the infected around a building. They both thought it was some kind of nightmare and took their guns out. They began walking to a car, which had one popped tire and saw a man who had been bitten in the front seat. He stuck his arm out the window and Leo’s father shot him in the head instantly. The shot attracted the crowd that was surrounding the building and they had to run. Both of them climbed a large fence under the highway and started to follow the path that was under it. They kept walking until nightfall and then had to rest. Neither of them slept, but laying down was enough for them to at least keep going when it was light out again. They found a group of three men on the highway, standing by a sedan and they walked up to them. Instantly, the men raised their weapons and started yelling in Russian. Leo and his father raised their weapons and a shot was heard. Leo’s father dropped one of the guys, so they shot back. His father got hit in the thigh, and Leo killed the other two before they could do any more damage. Not even realizing he killed two men, Leo throws his father’s arm over his shoulder and puts him in the back of the sedan. They start to drive South West and end up running out of gas about 20 miles North of Sochi, Russia. Leo assists his father walk and they limp all the way to Sochi. After a while of living in Sochi, the food was harder to hunt, the ammo was getting low, and it was about time to move. They both put on a new pair of shoes and walked along the coast to the West. They found a small country called “Chernarus” after a long walk and keep following the coast until they can find a house. A nice two story house near the coast was perfect for them, and it was a good way to get used to the area. Now the real business begins.
  11. Gizch

    Allow the robbery for items once again.

    As a groupless campfire RPer, I can confirm that robbery was one of the only things that brought me towards actual hostilities. Now I don't even feel at risk 90% of the time I play.
  12. Gizch

    DayZ RPuppy Thread

    I’ve got Ruby (Black Lab/Corgi) and Delilah (Slightly obese Golden Retriever)
  13. Born in a little community in Indiana, Enzo spent the majority of his time outside shooting birds and squirrels with his Red Ryder BB gun. On his 12th birthday, his father gave him his first real rifle. A Ruger .22 caliber hunting rifle. All of the other 6 children in the community already had guns, so it was about time that he got his own. There was nothing but forests and creeks for miles in every direction. This is the place that comes to mind when you think of "The middle of nowhere". Skipping ahead a few boring years, when Enzo was 16, he went out hunting with a few of his friends and when they got into the hunting stand, they almost instantly saw something on the side of a tree, barely poking around the side. One of Enzo's friends took one of the most accurate shots of his life, and suddenly, the loudest scream imaginable is heard, and a man starts rolling around on the ground. Realizing what they had just done, they dropped their guns and went sprinting to the man. The shot went clean through his spine, and the boys threw the man in their truck and drove about 20 miles to the nearest hospital. The man was in the hospital for days, and when he was released, he was paralyzed from the waste down. The boy who shot him was about to spend half of his life in prison and had a court trial the next week. Three days before the trial, he put a bullet through his head with the same rifle that he had used to shoot the other man. The last two bullets ever shot out of that gun both ruined lives. After about a year, Enzo graduated from High School and went on vacation with the rest of his friends to Lake Beloe, just North West of Chernarus because one of his friends had family members who owned a house right on the lake. After about two weeks into the vacation, it was time to go back home. Everyone packed their bags and went to the airport only to find out that all flights in and out had been cancelled due to some kind of infection. Scared, they all returned to the house and couldn't make it all the way back, as people were already looting buildings and stealing cars in the cities. The traffic was so bad that they abandoned the car and walked the few miles back to the cabin, knowing that something was wrong. The news channels were all talking about it, and they started to realize what was going on. A group of raiders came to every house on the lake after about three days, taking everything and robbing all the people who were still there. The house was basically empty, with everything important gone. Since the demand for supplies was so intense, they needed to go into the city and try to get anything they could. After arriving at the sporting goods shop, the owner was on the roof with a shotgun and wouldn't let them in. The group started talking to him and when he was off guard, Enzo ran into the store as fast as possible, only to see that it was already looted except for a few lanterns and sleeping bags. Before he could even turn around to go out the door, someone hit him over the head with something, knocking him out. After God knows how long, Enzo woke up locked in a closet with nothing. He tried yelling for help, but no one responded. Using a broom, Enzo managed to break through the lock and walked out, finding a woman who was slumped over, and breathing heavily. He walked up to her with caution and said, "H..hello?". She turned around and started running at him. He pushed her back and ran to the back of the store, finding a latter to the roof that lead to a closed hatch. Stuck halfway up the latter, with a zombie below him, he kicked her head as hard as possible and ran for the door. After leaving the building, the whole city was crawling with the infected. He ran back to the lake house and stayed their for some time, fishing for food. About a year later, Enzo started following the edge of the lake and walked all the way to the North West end of Chernarus. Now this is where the story really begins.
  14. Julian was born in Northern California on July 30th, 1999. A few months after birth, his mother made the whole family move to Los Angeles, in hopes of her becoming a big movie star. Los Angeles isn't cheap, so all 5 of them were forced to live in a small apartment about 15 miles away from Hollywood. Living in such a low-class neighborhood isn't good for any kid to grow up in. As a result, Julian didn't do so well in school but he did do well on the streets. On the first day of attending Hollywood High School, he had gotten into a fist fight with another student named James who called him a bitch, which resulted in some bloody knuckles, and 6 teeth on the ground before the security guard had to pull Julian away. After getting suspended for the rest of the week, he returned to the school and continued without any trouble because nobody wanted to test him after that. After barely passing most of his classes and failing the rest, it was finally summer vacation. On the 5th day of break, Julian was walking down the sidewalk when suddenly, he gets hit in the back extremely hard. It was the same kid who Julian had beaten the living shit out of on the first day of school, but this time, he was wearing a pair of Brass Knuckles. Julian grabs his back in pain and when he turns around, he is struck in the back of his hand. Julian kicked James in the chest, knocking the wind out of him. Then, while he was weak, Julian grabbed the brass knuckles, and stuffed them in his pocket, knowing it isn't a fair fight to use them. Julian pins him against a brick wall and punches his throat so he can't breathe. After he is on the ground again, Julian grabbed James and throws him out to the sidewalk, but he started stumbling onto the road, getting hit by a car going about 20 MPH. A couple of bystanders watched as Julian ran away and tried helping James up, but he had a large concussion. Fast Forward to the next school year. Turns out, everyone knew that James was going to fight back against Julian, but they never heard about it because James lost all of the memory from that day. When everyone saw what happened to James, they all knew that Julian was the one who did it, but no one ever asked and he never admitted it because he knew the trouble he could get in. About halfway through Sophomore year, Julian was sent to a boarding school in Takistan because his grades were so low. This school was supposed to be the best boarding school for the low price, so his mother was forced to send Julian there. After attending and barely meeting the requirements, Julian graduated. He stayed in Takistan and took a vacation to Chernarus for a couple of months before returning to his home in Hollywood. Next thing you know, this whole outbreak begins. He tried getting out of the country but it was too late, no airplanes were leaving so he decided to stay with what he had, and survive off the land.
  15. My POV: I met David about 30 minutes before and we ended up passing Matt and Quinn on a road back to Kabanino. David noticed the bruises on Quinn's leg and then after we had walked away, he told me that she was a hostage and we have to save her. From my judgement, I thought that Matt was acting a little suspicious so I assumed he was the hostage taker. David then called his friend (Max) on the radio and asked him to help us get her back. I agreed to try and help save Quinn and we started heading towards where we last saw them. I have my gun out but when we get closer I put it away because I didn't want to come off as hostile, I wasn't planning on robbing them so I started to start have a conversation, then Dakota goes to get water and walks away. Next thing you know, David and Max both had their guns raised and were shouting. As you can see in the video evidence, I start to back away and then I realized that it was too late to back down so I raised my weapon too. A few seconds after I raised my weapon, Dakota comes out of the house up the road and begins firing at us. I immediately seek cover and by the time I get behind something, no one is shooting so I go and try to help the hostages but they were all dead except for Matt. I then started scolding at David for shooting the hostages when they already were surrendering and apologize to Matt.
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