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  1. yung flare

    Calling all Law Enforcement Officers [126.23]

    *Jesse unclips the radio from his vest and press down his PTT* “Thanks for the advice, I wasn’t planning on a rampage. I’ve run operations in other countries and understand the risks as being an ‘outsider’ I’ll try my best not to be a target but I will stand up for what I think is right. I’ve lost contact with the Latin American woman. I hope her broadcast didn’t get her killed. Do you know where I should go to first? I think I might be alone for the time being. Bright out” *Jesse fastens his radio back onto his vest and continues down the road*
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    Calling all Law Enforcement Officers [126.23]

    *Jesse hears the broadcast. He paces around the room before grabbing his radio and taking a deep breath before holding down the PTT* Hey this is Jesse Bright… I was a city cop some years back in Australia. It’s a long story on how I got here so I’ll just cut that. I haven’t found anyone who’s held that code for damn long time. It’s become kill or be killed here in Chernarus… I’m hoping your right, I’m hoping we can change that. Sign me up, tell me where and when. Always knew the Force was home… Bright out *Jesse places the radio on the table, looking out the window he knows he made a lot of new, powerful enemies*
  3. The Beginning On the 12th of April 1994 in a small town on the outskirts of Western Australia, Jesse Bright was born to a hard-working, middle class family. They didn't have much but made do with what they did have. His father worked at the nearby coal mine and his mother stayed at home looking after him and his 3 brothers. Jesse struggled at school, often failing exams. He struggled to sit still in class and found writing and listening uninteresting. Jesse spent his weekends playing Rugby for his local club and at 15 joined the local Scouts group. He always looked forward to camps and treks with his Scouts on long weekends and loved adventuring. Jesse improved further with his sport and became captain of his local team. His Uncle, who worked as a Sergeant in the local Police Force suggested that after school he should apply. Jesse had become obsessed with joining the Police and hoped for a large city deployment. Work in the Police Force Jesse went down and applied at his local station the day after he graduated. After his training he placed his recommendations of working in one of the large cities; Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. Jesse was given a position in Melbourne and accepted. He left behind his Mother, Father and 3 Brothers, his eldest brother at 20 had joined his Father as an apprentice in the mines nearby, whilst his 2 other younger brothers aged 10 and 14 continued through school. The city was exactly as Jesse had hoped, his small town had a strong community but he'd always dreamed of helping as many people as possible and wanted a fast-paced work environment. Jesse worked 12 hour shifts, dealing with traffic infringements all the way up to armed robberies. He experienced all there was as a city cop. Jesse excelled at police work, in his element in thinking quickly and chasing criminals rather than the 9-5 hustle in an office cubicle. Jesse had a deep desire to protect and serve but after 3 years of service, he took a break and decided to hike and camp all around the Australia. He trekked and hiked the tallest mountains throughout Australia and camped out among the stars, he did this for 6 months taking photos and making memories along the way. Whilst on his travels, Jesse met a man a few years older than him who went by his nickname 'Coal' for his thick, black beard and dirty face. Coal explained to Jesse how he'd just come back from an overseas deployment as a Private Military Contractor (PMC) in a small Middle Eastern province called Takistan. The man worked for a company called ION and had made serious money protecting high priority citizens. Intrigued, Jesse asked about how he got into the field and if he could ever make it in a similar field. The end of that year, at 22, Jesse joined Coal at ION and was deployed to Takistan. Takistan Jesse arrived in Takistan with ION to complete an operation named Black Gauntlet. The operation was to protect UN individuals as they gathered information on the nuclear program within Takistan. Takistan was also plagued by rebel and insurgent groups that attempted to seize power within the country. Although Jesse was in over his head to begin with, he learnt quickly and became good at his job as a PMC. Jesse had met many UN soldiers and intelligence officers. Many mentioned the similarities between Takistan's Rebels desire for power and the Civil War in Chernarus, a bordering Slavic Country that had just gained independence from Communist Rebels. Jesse had now formed a bond and stuck with ION, until the situation in Takistan worsened. He began to look for ways out, one way was to flee to Chernarus and fly out back to Australia as all commercial flights out of Takistan were cancelled due to the UN and heavy rebel presence. Chernarus Jesse fled in the middle of the night, paying off the guard to the PMC base before taking an old, Soviet Era sedan out of Takistan. Using advice he had gathered from the locals he managed to bypass the border into Chernarus by cutting through parts of Russia that were open and entering into the most Western province of Chernarus that was mostly remote called South Zagoria. Jesse ditched the old sedan near the North and made his way to the civilian airfield in Krasnostav. As he wandered into one of the larger towns to the East called Novodmitrovsk he found it completely abandoned. He continued to make his way into the town but was stopped by a large group of UN Peacekeepers. They had informed him that South Zagoria was under quarantine due to a disease that was spreading quickly and that all air routes had been shut down. He was taken to a UN camp and offered a place among many other citizens to remain safe. Post Infection It took only a week before people within the camp became infected and turned into rabid, man-eating creatures. Within the chaos, Jesse was able to grab a rifle and a couple of supplies before fleeing in the madness. Jesse spent his time travelling throughout Chernarus in search of somewhere that wasn't plagued by the disease but was unable to escape it. He had come to terms that he wasn't going home and that his best option was to hunker down somewhere and try and wait it out. After months of solitude he realised that he disease was permanent and that he should instead search for others to rely on and get through this. He packed all he could from his shelter and set out once more toward South Zagoria.
  4. Lyosha was born in Chernogorsk. He spent his early years tending the farms with his family in the town of Msta where they raised chickens and cattle. Lyosha was homeschooled, is mother worked as a teacher for the neighbours in the area and was taught English and Chernarussian. Lyosha was a quiet child, doing his work without much fuss and wasn't one for complaining. When the Civil War began, his parents were against the Government, siding with the Communist Chedaki Rebels. Lyosha however, hated the Communists. One night he fled and joined the ranks of the CDF, faking his age to be able to join and save his country. He spent the next years fighting against the Communist Rebels until one fateful day, his truck arrived at his town of Msta. It had been overrun by the Rebels, as they cleared the town men, women and children were executed in the streets. He saw his old friends and then, his mother and father. After that moment, Lyosha vowed to kill all communists and to never trust Chedaki. After the Civil War, Lyosha returned home where he re-built his parents farm and continued to work. An influx of foreigners had come as Chernarus opened its borders as a free Nation. Lyosha was outraged as his town became more modernised and eventually his farm was handed over to an American worker who planned on building new houses for the growing population. Lyosha once again found himself re-joining the military. He was given the rank of Serzhánt or Sergeant. He spent the rest of his time before the outbreak training new privates, he taught them the dangers of foreigners and the story of the Chedaki and their brutalities towards himself personally and Chernarus. Lyosha was in charge of his new privates to watch and secure the checkpoints but within 3 weeks he'd be the only one left trying. Most of the privates were young and fled when the situation worsened. By the end of it Lyosha, hesitantly, retreated deeper into Chernarus. He kept with him what little belongings he had and attempted to survive.
  5. yung flare

    Free Medics Homestead beacon AM 650 KHz outbound 652 KHz inbound.

    *** Axel tosses the radio. Before making his final call *** Exactly. Too much fucking death for one country... I'm done. I'm so done. I'm leaving. There is no hope, there is no future if you surround yourself with people. The only way to survive is alone and out of this fucking Russian piece of shit. I'm gone, you probably will never hear from me again if you want to know the best way out of the country it's North. If you stay you'll end up like Tobias.... *** A scream can be heard before Axel tosses the radio into the ocean next to him, it crackles before the transmission ends ***
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    A Call For Help [Open]

    *** Axel's monotone voice is hard to hear at first *** Look. No place is safe anymore. There is no place to call home. However, if you're looking for something temporary to MAYBE stay alive for another week or two... Zelenogorsk is your bet. There is a set of two barn houses to the South, it's the National Bank. It'll keep you housed and fed until the Kamenichi roll up and execute all foreigners. I've now watched Chernogorsk, Homestead, Green Mountain, Grishino and Kabanino fall to their executions. TIPS for staying alive during their hold ups; run before they arrive, fastest way out. Second, listen to them and don't talk, this isn't your country so don't act like you have a reason to be here. Sell yourself short, tell them that you're useless and that your worth nothing. Co-operate, hand over everything including food and water, if you die you're going to lose it all anyway. Last step, beg and kiss their shoes to be a slave if you're THAT desperate to live. Otherwise, find someway out of this hell, can't afford a plane ticket. Pistol shot to the head works well... Good luck. You'll need it. I've given up.... *** The radio cuts off, Axel clips the radio to his pants and continues walking "he wont' make it a week." ***
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    Free Medics Homestead beacon AM 650 KHz outbound 652 KHz inbound.

    *** A voice is heard on the radio *** I'm so sorry. It sounds like you know them. Tobias gave his life to save 3 men, myself included none of them were free medics. Then at homestead they torched the place and killed another defender. I'm sorry for your losses... *** The voice fades to static ***
  8. *** A voice is heard on the radio *** Hey Doc, it's Axel. I was the Orange Mountain and Green Sweater guy. I left as advised but I'd like to get a chance to speak properlly. let me know when it's safer to come around. Speak soon *** The voice fades to static ***
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    Free Medics Homestead beacon AM 650 KHz outbound 652 KHz inbound.

    *** Axel fumbles with the radio and his shaken voice is heard softly *** Homestead is not safe. REPEAT. DO NOT GO TO HOMESTEAD. There is nothing there, is a wreck I haven't seen a single person. Find somewhere else. I've seen two free medics executed in front of me. LEAVE *** Axel quickly clips his radio back to his jeans and continues running ***
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    Free Medics Homestead beacon AM 650 KHz outbound 652 KHz inbound.

    *** There's static before a distressed voice *** It's Axel. Look I'm stuck in Vybor right now. I was with Trimm and we were heading to help Dr Brandon. I don't know what happened but I lost Trim in the dark and now I'm stuck in the middle of Vybor with no weapon in the dark and I"m running out of batteries. Trim, Brandon. IF you can hear me I really need you guys right now. At least let me know where you are. *** The radio fades out ***
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    Free Medics Homestead beacon AM 650 KHz outbound 652 KHz inbound.

    *** The radio chirps with life and a voice is heard *** Hi there, I'm Axel. I've been around the Homestead area for a while now and I met with Dr Brandon a little bit ago. I've been away now for a bit thinking and I've reached the conclusion. If you need an extra set of hands. I'm here. I was a Paramedic before This and I'd be more than willing to join your cause. Sound like this lot of people are the only ones doing some good. I look forward to hearing back from you. I hope we can meet soon, in the meantime, if you need me to collect some supplies I'm more than willing to pick up somethings along the way back. Speak soon... *** The slowly fades to static before silence ***
  12. Axel wasn't the city type nor was he the type that spent his time locked up in his room or hustling a 9-5. Axel spent many of his teen years playing sport, until 17 when he discovered his love of delving deep into bush land and picked up hiking and camping. He joined the Scouts and further developed his skills, by 19 he was an experienced rock climber and a had scaled most of the hardest tracks in Australia. He'd spend his Friday after school driving out to a remote area and spent till Sunday afternoon in the bush land, making fires, camps and living off the land with only a backpack and its contents. He took up a Park Ranger job where he spent most of his days drawing maps and guiding tourists. In his off times he'd write in his journal and enjoyed spacing out in the wilderness. On his 22nd birthday he was offered a vocational position in Eastern Europe. Being the carefree and wild type, he accepted and within 2 months he was learning and hiking the Eastern European forests near the border of Russia in a small country called Chernarus. When shit went sideways, Axel was prepared, as always. He wasn't a fan of living a normal lifestyle and took well to the now kill or be killed world. He wasn't a big people person and quickly disappear into the forest, staying hidden and living off the land. He would survey areas and document in a small leather-back journal how many dead in a specific area and where they were moving. He slowly began to survey towns and count people, writing descriptions. He slowly documented the survivors and watched them, trust issues from his childhood had left Axel to defend for himself and so people were not to be trusted. Axel kept details on all people he saw, never speaking to them, he would watch their mannerisms and collected information. Axel had hoped to eventually trust someone but weaknesses in them or himself made it difficult to have the courage to speak to anyone. He kept to his camp and the safe haven he had created in the forest. Although lonely, Axel felt most comfortable within the trees and with the dead walking than he did in the old world. Axel felt at home in the New World.
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    Wow, awesome story Rory. I really enjoyed it. :3 I'm looking forward to part 2!
  14. yung flare

    Viridian - Media

    Some light zombie purging, keeping the streets safe...
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    G'day all, nice to meet you all. (Sorry if I forget your name, I can be a bit slow but I'll learn ) Thanks for the opportunity and I can't wait to enjoy the Dank RP