Alen Kovac, Born and raised in Miroslavl'. He was raised in a good family, a wealthy family. He had everything a person could want. A car, the newest phones and beautiful watches. He only never got the one thing he truly wanted...
...his father's respect and love.
His older brother on the other hand got all the respect from his father, his father even gave him the honor of inheriting the company if his father came to pass. No, Alen never got any of that respect, his father blamed him for being a "mothers boy" and not being strong enough to ever take care of a family for his own. Alen feared the disapproval of his father, he was scared that he would fail his father and his family. His mother always believed in him, but Alen had a hard time believing in himself. He did "okay" on private-school, he "sucked" at his favorite sport. Alen felt like a total failure.
But then there came and opportunity to redeem himself.
The civil war of 2009.
Alen being only 18 and without any army experience he wasn’t suited for the army, but he hated to just watch and see what the Chedaki were doing to his country. So he decided to band with some friends from school, many of them were so called “highborn” because the were all born in the rich and wealthy side of Miroslavl’. But these men were not the rich boys you read about in books. These were all men who wanted to prove themselves that they were more then the “son of ….”. The group decided to travel to South-Zagoria to see if there were any possibilities of joining any sort of guerilla movement. In South-Zagoria they helped small guerilla/resistance movements to raid small Chedaki patrols.
Alen didn’t have a big role to play in the civil war, but he played “a” role and that made him very proud.
After the war Alen had issues getting back in his old life, he didn’t want to live at his parents place no more so he decided to go find a job and a small apartment. He found a small apartment in Miroslavl'.
He met a nice girl who he later called his girlfriend and started a small company in transporting goods from A to B.
Life was finally going fine, but then the outbreak happened…