Hassan grew up in Grozny, Chechnya. A worn torn city that has forced him to be brought up knowing violence and hating the ones that have caused it. Like most the people from Chechnya, Hassan grew up poor not knowing much about the outside world and had to take it upon himself to learn, he read books and asked his elders many questions to try to educate himself. His family fought against the Russians and he hated them with every thing he had, so when the time came and he was old enough he joined multiple different Chechen militant groups to fight back, until hearing about a man called Shamil Zakhaev and his men, who traveled around to spread their beliefs elsewhere. As Hassan has always wanted to learn more about other places, he decided to track them down and has been with them ever since.
Feels like a waste of my free time when the servers so empty, I understand that if lots of people have that mindset and they all hopped on it would populate more, but I don’t have enough free time to make it worth running around for hours finding nobody.
Also for me personally I just started playing again in June after 2 years, games where I can just instantly get some action or get to the point of them are much more satisfying, because I get frustrated with how much wasted time I spend just running around an empty map on dayz.
Very true, as long as it’s not a major rulebreak you should always try to talk it out and offer advice instead of getting someone banned. How they respond to the advice/talk should be how you decide if you go through with the report.
Caleb was working on an oil rig in the Green Sea when everything went to shit.
He comes from Oldcastle, Ireland. He was on contract with an oil company to work five weeks on, three weeks off. He's got a sister, parents, friends and other relatives back home.
Caleb woke up one morning hearing rumors of some sort of flu going around, and that someone brought it onto the rig and people were getting sick. Within hours it escalated and him and others had to resort to escaping by emergency life rafts, eventually washing up on the shore of Chernarus. Seeing what this sickness was capable of and seeing how it made people show their true colors over the following days, he chose to be a loner for the time being until he could meet people he can really trust.
He's always been pessimistic about the world and this situation could easily bring out the worst in him if life leads him that way, I guess we'll have to see.