Early life: Charles was born to an middle class family in Surrey, England and grew up in a small town, his father began teaching him to hunt from the age of 8 and at the age of 12 he began take interest in the military most likely due to his father, Henry Bradstock whom was a Lieutenant in the British military and had served in the Falkland's conflict. Military life: At the age of 18 the Iraq war kicked off and Charles decided to follow in his father's footsteps by joining the army as an infantryman and then participating in the HDPRCC sniper course before deploying to Iraq for 2 tours from 2004-2006 during which he obtained the scar over his left eye from shrapnel in the second battle of Fallujah while he was attached to the Black Watch, 3rd Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland. Post-military career: Charles spent his first year after leaving the military dealing with alcoholism which he picked up while attempting to deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder which he is still battling with although he has mostly recovered. From there he decided to start travelling the world. Chernarus: In July of 2018 while travelling on a small passenger aircraft it was forced to land by the local air force and was forced to stay in the country for the forseeable future. He spent the next few years trying to survive in the country as it slowly turned to chaos along with the rest of the world.