IGN: Sgt. John Price
English skills: Excellent (accent not great)
DayZ Mod Experience: 0
DayZ Standalone Experience: 265h
Roleplaying Experience: whitelisted for like 2,5 weeks
What kind of In Game role best describes you: hostile (hero) maybe, i frankly haven't figured it out
Have you been in any clan/group previously: no
Additional ingame characteristics: not too chatty, surely a nice guy, super helpful
Best way to contact you: pm
There was a man going only be the name Price, sergeant Price to be exact. A former NATO commando. Disgraceful discharge for executing 7 P.O.W. for killing his comrades. The true story behind this incident contains contradictory facts. It all took place in Yugoslavia during the Kosovo War. His platoon was hold up in an isolated farm factory in the outskirts of Kosovo, awaiting for his arrival along with the 4th squad of commandos. Upon Sgt. Price and the 4th's squad arrival, they found the camp burned to the ground. Their comrades' heads were spiked along the whole factory. Their bodies were fed to the pigs. Sgt. Price knew every man of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd squad almost personally. Except the rookies, 3rd squad. Something must have broken inside his soul for him to convince a the whole 4th squad to stand down to official order to advance in the town of Kosovo and track down their killers. Which eventually they did. In a nearby village looting the whole place. They attacked at night when the enemy had dozed off from drinking vodka. After killing almost a third of the enemies team. Three Russian extremist and four Yugoslavians surrender to Sgt. Prices squad. Sgt. Price single-highhandedly killed and repeated the same actions done to his comrades to the seven P.O.W.'s. Concluding he was trialed according to martial law, discharge and imprisoned for 10 years. Sgt. Price was overall a good man, not easily you could make him mad about anything. His two passions were hunting with a sniper rifle deep in the forest, and collecting pipes which he smoked frantically. Although as aforementioned knew most of his men in his platoon personally Price kept to himself most of the time.
Upon his release knowing nothing else, he joined a task-force sent to guard and protect the workers which United Nations was sending into Chernarus. When his task-force was disbanded he decided to stick around and try his luck in additional contracts. He found himself trapped deep in Chernarus during the outbreak with no chance of returning to the U.K.. He found himself under fire from bandits roaming the outskirts of Berezino for something to dress his wounds for a hunting mishap with wolves. After evading the bandits he decided that such places should be avoided and turned to live of the land deep in the forest. Always on the lookout for other loners to trade or to exchange information about bandit groups roaming the area.