Matthew Martll: Tl;dr- White. 6’1”. 19 years old. Born and raised in central Washington State. Intellectual prodigy. Came to Chernarus through UN researcher team. Matthew had always been an introvert. Ever since he was a boy, he had stayed inside with books and video games instead of making friends or interacting with people much. Through this, he had quickly risen through the grades of school- even skipping the entirety of 5th and 7th grade, reaching high school by the age of 12. It was no surprise to be treated differently from others- in fact, he was used to it by now. He took pride in it, but this also forced him further away from interacting with others. Eventually, Matthew turned to video for the majority of his social interaction, where he became cold and cynical. He began to laugh at the world around him and started taking life itself as a joke. He lived selfishly for the most part, always living to make himself happy- but he still kept us his GPA. By the age of 16, he had graduated high school and already started college in the UK, moving away from his home in central Washington State. At the age of 18, he had offers from across the world for his services. Matt picked the job most interesting to him- a UN researcher in the field of nuclear fusion. It wasn’t even a year after he joined that the events of Chernarus began to unfold, and it was no secret within the UN that a relief mission was imminent. Craving adventure and escape from his job- which he had already started to grow bored of- he bribed and, through the exaggeration of the importance of a hydrocarbon study in High School, he was accepted into the bio-medical research team for the mission. Shortly after his arrival in Miroslavl, word came that the southern coast of Chernarus was one of the last fortified locations. With a team of 5 doctors, he snuck out in the middle of the night and took one of the refugee boats and sailed down to Elektro. The doctors felt that the coastal cities needed their help, but Matt lusted for the opportunity to see one of the infected. It was the main reason he went on the mission, and he wasn’t about waste more time waiting. As the city fell, and after a close call with one of the infected, he figured out that he was one of the few lucky- or unlucky- that were immune. Determined to make full use of his gift to survive this new world, Matthew set out in this new, dangerous world- sure of only one thing. He. Would. Live.