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  1. **Hearing the transmission, Leonid stops going through his backpack, reaches for his radio and listens in. After hearing the man on the radio speak Leonid pushes down the PTT button** Im glad to hear that, I will be waiting for your transmission. .... thank you ..for giving me a chance. **Leonid lets go of the PTT button and continues going through his backpack looking for his cigarettes.**
  2. **Leonid, hesitantly pushes down the PTT button** Hello... Can you hear me?... My name is Leonid Zarchenko, I was a Resistance Commander for the Somalia Battalion in the Ukrainian Civil War. I am alone in this place and am looking for other survivors... I.. I am looking for a community where morals and values still exist. I have things to trade, can provide security & protection and can contribute to a community. How can I find your people and introduce myself? Leo out. **Leonid let's go of the PTT button, lays down his radio and waits for a response.**
  3. **Shocked to hear a response, Leonid lays down his can of peaches and presses the PTT button in a hurry.** Hello Oleg... to be honest I did not expect to get a response. I'm a few towns south of you, I'm near Sosnovka and can head out toward your way if you plan on staying there for some time to wait for me. It would be great to meet someone... I'm sick of being on my own. **Leonid lets go of the PTT button, sets down his radio, and continues eating his canned peaches.**
  4. **Leonid lays down his Kalashnikov Rifle, grabs the Radio from his backpack strap on his shoulder and pushes down the PTT button** My name is Leonid Zarchenko... I am the Commander of the Somalia Battalion of the Donetsk Peoples Republic.. or should i say "was". The civil war we fought against the Ukrainian Armed Forces is over, they lost...we lost.. everybody lost.... Its funny isn't it? *Leonid lets out a laugh, with a heavy chest, which manifests into a strong cough* While we were busy planning how to kill each other, something else had different plans for us all... But what to do now, cry? No.. there is no room for that, not anymore, not in this world. Before the Civil War we couldn't imagine living under gunfire and artillery fire on our towns and cities, on our schools and hospitals.. but nevertheless, we endured. Now we must endure this, we must move on and find new causes to fight for, but we cant do that alone. *a brief silence pursues* I am looking for other survivors, perhaps we can help each other. I have things to trade and am also looking for work. Its hard for a man to go on without a cause... without a purpose. I will be on this frequency waiting for a reply every day, stay safe. **Leonid releases the PTT button, hooks the radio back on his backpack shoulder strap, and takes a long pull on his cigarette.**
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  7. Jason Tamurov was glad to have met you guys.. Shortly after he was kicked out he met some guys and went up north. They ran into a group of bandits and Jason engaged them shooting 2 of them dead. His last thoughts, in the midst of the gunfire and the chaos which lead to his unfortunate death, were of the friends he made and laughs they shared in this lovely place..
  8. Leonid "Lenny" Zarchenko Leonid Alexandravich Zarchenko, better known by his call-sign Lenny, was born in Donetsk on 26 June 1980. He graduated from technical college and then worked as a mine electrician before opening a business in the mining industry, also having studied with the law institute of the Interior Ministry. Zarchenko had a wife, Leyla, and four sons all of whom were killed during a artillery bombing on Donetsk by the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Shortly after the bombings began by the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Donetsk & Donbass on April 4th 2014, Lenny joined the Donetsk People's Republic's Somalia Battalion which was formed to defend the people against the Ukrainian Armed Forces in the Ukrainian Civil War on Donbass & Donetsk. The Somalia Battalion was lead by his friend Mikhail "Givi" Tolstykh, a famed warrior and hero. After his involvement in the Battle of Ilovaisk (Link), during which over 1000 Ukrainian troops were surrounded and slaughtered, Lenny was promoted to commander of the Donetsk People's Republic's Somalia Battalion and helped lead to the formation of Novorossiya (Link) by the rebel leaders of Donetsk, Donbass, Lugansk and other rebel regions. Lenny led the heavy assault in the famed Second Battle of Donetsk Airport (Link). He gained his reputation as a valiant commander and fearless warrior. Countless nights of artillery attacks against civilian areas ensued. More people risen to join the cause and fight for their homeland. The Russian military gave assistance with weaponry and supplies, but in a very seldom manner. The Somalia Battalion was heavily outgunned and outnumbered at all times throughout the war and nevertheless managed to bring mass casualties to the Ukrainian Armed forces with their Guerrilla warfare tactics. Over a year into the war, several videos surfaced of Lenny & his fighters physically abusing prisoners captured at the Second Battle of Donetsk Airport (Link). His friend & General Givi is seen clearly identifying himself before grabbing the prisoners by the face, brandishing a dagger, and cutting off their military insignia before forcing prisoners to eat them (Link). **Still developing backstory for this character.** Novorossiya Novorossiya was the name of a territory of the Russian Empire formed from the Crimean Khanate and Zaporizhian Sich which was under a mutual condominium of the Russian Empire and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The territory had been annexed several years after the Treaty of Küçük Kaynarca concluded the Russo-Turkish War in 1774. Novorossiya initially included today's Southern Ukraine as well as some parts of today's Russia such as Kuban. The modern Russian Black Sea coast that was occupied by indigenous Circassians under military protection of the Ottoman Empire was not conquered until 1829 and was ceded to Russia under the 1829 Treaty of Adrianople. The region was soon colonized by Ukrainian, Romanian, Russian, German, Greek, Bulgarian, Jewish and other settlers. The major cities were Odessa, Kherson, Mykolaiv, and Novorossiysk. In 1802 the province of Novorossiya was split into three Governorates. Most of 18th century Novorossiya was incorporated in 1917 into the newly proclaimed Ukrainian People's Republic because ethnic Ukrainians constituted the majority of the population. After the defeat of pro-independence Ukrainians in the Ukrainian–Soviet War, the Soviet government confirmed that Southern Ukraine was part of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. The Novorossiya movement made its appearance in Odessa in August 1990. The movement, known as the Democratic Union of Novorossiya, argued that given the separate ethnos of the region it should have an autonomous status within a federated Ukrainian state. It campaigned for 'special state status' within 'the historical boundaries of Novorossiya (at the time Odessa, Mykolaiv, Kherson, Dnipropetrovsk, and Crimean Oblasts, and also part of the Dniester region of the Moldavian SSR). It failed, however, to gain popular support. In September 1990 Alexander Solzhenitsyn published an article in opposition to the cultural partition of Ukraine and Russia in which he references 'Novorossiya', i.e., "including those regions which have never been part of the traditional Ukraine: the 'wild steppe' of the nomads—the latter "New Russia" -as well as the Crimea, the Donbass area, and the lands stretching east almost to the Caspian Sea". He argues that "self-determination of peoples" requires that a nation must resolve issues of identity for itself. By November 1991 representatives from the Odessa, Kherson, Mykolaiv and Crimean oblasts had met in Odessa to discuss the question of forming a new state, 'Novorossiya'. This was necessitated, they explained, by the growth of 'nationalist tendencies' in Ukraine, its increasing isolationism, and diminishing ties with Russia. Three days after the 1 December 1991 referendum on Ukrainian independence, the mayor of St Petersburg, Anatoly Sobchak, argued that Russia had handed over to Ukraine "a whole series of Russian provinces, the so-called Novorossiya, whose population is for the most part Russian" and that the Russian minority in Ukraine was threatened with forcible 'Ukrainianisation'. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union the term Novorossiya began to be used again in calls for the independence or secession of regions of Ukraine corresponding to different areas.] As late as September 1992, in Odessa, several organizations such as the Civic Movement of Odessa, Rus', the Socialist Party, and Novorossia are campaigning for the establishment of a separate Novorossian region, the exact borders of which were still being debated. In June 1994 the chairman of the Dniester Republic's supreme council made reference to Crimea, Odessa, and other oblasts as "Novorossiya". Dmitry Trenin of the Carnegie Moscow Center wrote that in 2005 and again in 2008 some quarters in Moscow, that were not entirely academic, discussed the idea of a Russia-friendly buffer state, "Novorossiya", being formed out of southern Ukraine from the Crimea to Odessa in response to perceived Western penetration into the former Soviet Union. The term Novorossiya came into usage in 2014 among Antimaidan protesters following the Euromaidan Ukrainian Revolution. On 17 April 2014, during talks in Geneva on resolving the rising unrest in southern and eastern Ukraine, President Putin stated at a question and answer session that even "in the tsarist days – Kharkov, Lugansk, Donetsk, Kherson, Nikolayev and Odessa – were not part of Ukraine" but part of Novorossiya, and that they had been irresponsibly ceded to Ukraine. On 29 August 2014 President Putin issued a statement addressed to the "Militia of Novorossiya" calling upon it to show humanitarian compassion and allow surrounded Ukrainian soldiers to withdraw and reunite with their families. This was the last official statement by President Putin addressing "Novorossiya".
  9. *In disbelief of hearing his mothertoung, Jason sets down his bag and listens in on the broadcast. It sounds like military, his own cousin served for the VDV, maybe these are our forces?* Неужели это русский язык я слышу?? Меня зовут Джейсон, меня очень радует слышать родной язык. Где вы находитесь, как можна вас найти? *Hoping to hear a reply, he sets down his radio on loud and makes camp for the night.*
  10. * Sitting near his fireplace in another cold lonely night, takes out radio and pushes down the PTT button* This is Jason Tamurov. Its been 3 weeks since I got here, I keep hearing about settlements from the people I've come across but still nothing.. I kept hearing of a settlement in Pustoshka, but when I got there it was empty.. For weeks I've been alone, roaming around in desperate search of a settlement or community. I'm so tired of being alone.. Is there anyone still out there? Is anybody hearing this? Is there no refuge left...? *Releases the PTT button, and lays down for another sleepless night*
  11. Jason is a 27 year old Russian guy who moved to NY with his family as Jewish immigrants from the soviet union back in 1995. Living in Manhattan, he was a prominent businessman having built a multi-million dollar corporation on his own. He was in Moscow on one of his regular yearly trips to visit his family (cousins, aunts & uncles) when the outbreak happened. After hearing about a shelter city in Eastern Europe, he headed west from Moscow, eventually ending up in Chernarus. Having wondered around for nearly 2 weeks he came to the realization that there may be no shelter city, after all what if it had fallen by now.. He decided that his best bet was to hunker down and survive for the time being. For 2 weeks now Jason has been wandering through Chernarus looking for a place to call home... For now atleast. He is eager to find other people like him, other survivors who have not been consumed by this dark plague which has been ravaging all life. He is scared but has to push on, in the hopes of some day all of this being over like a bad dream and perhaps life can get back to normal.... though we know it will never really be "normal" again.
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