Chapter 1: Inception 'Cruiser Varyag'Chapter OneChapter 1: Inception 'Cruiser Varyag' by AskRussianArmy
February 3, 2014
Black Sea Fleet, Crimea, Ukraine
The world has been in turmoil since the Second Korean Conflict and the
War of Chinese Aggression. NATO has reluctantly stepped forward, proving themselves to be
quite inadequate against the Chinese horde. The only force that seemed to match the Chinese
was indeed the Russian Military, whom modernized after 2007. After 2 years of war, the
People's Republic of China existed no more, set up as an Administrative District of the Russian
Federation. Russia's Navy was large at this point, but was weakened with the conflict with
China. Russia, requiring a better navy, went to the United Shipbuilding Corporation, asking
for a new line of Battlecruisers, Destroyers, Frigates, and Missile cruisers. The USC agreed,
providing Russia with a new line of ships, all modified versions of pre-existing classes. One
such ship, the Shchevchenko, is the focus of this story as it was later re-named the "Varyag" after
the great cruiser of
Name: Russian Ground Forces/ Kuban Cossack Host|
Human Name: Nikolai Vladimirovich Ivanov
Age: 1,157 (855 AD) (Kuban Cossack Host was formed until the late 18th Century by migrating Zaporozhian Cossacks)
Human Age: 25
Looks: Tall, around 6'4"/6'5". Has a modified Chupryna haircut (a mohawk style with a braid in the back). Has a few cuts here and there from combat. Has brown eyes and brownish/black hair.
Persona: Calm, does have PTSD from WWII and worsened after Afghanistan in 1979-89, but usually collected. He is also very shy. He also is not a big fan of NATO either, since NATO and the Warsaw Pact were enemies during the Cold War. He is personally friendly towards Lieuteant David Ben Torhaim, the Israeli Defence Force GOC Army and Captain Tom Williams, the U.S. Army, and tries to help the latter understand that Afghanistan is a failure. He fought in a Russian Volunteer Unit during the Yugoslav Wars and fought with the Serbians, adding to his dislike of the Middle East region; he is cooperating with the rest of the Russian Armed Forces with the Iranian Armed Forces.
Yuriy Vladimirovich Ivanov (Former Ukrainian Ground Forces/Zaporozhian Cossack Host, Now the Donetsk People's Republic Militia): Older brother
Andrey Alexandrovich Ivanovu (Belarusian Ground Forces): Younger, violent brother
Vladimir Volyakovich (adopted Middle name) Ivanov (Former Druzhina of Novgorod): Father
Elena Kutuzova Ivanova (Novgorod Republic): Mother
History (MORE WILL BE TOLD IN CHAT BECAUSE ITS SO LONG): When of age, he was chosen as the representative of the Landed Army of the Tsardom of Russia. He was reformed under the Regiments of the New Order. Then reformed into the Imperial Russian Army in 1721. In the late 1700s, he was in conflict with the Turks once again. He led a group of Zaporozhian Cossacks to the Kuban River and settled there. He gained the representation of the Kuban Cossack Host. He then fought Napoleon in the Napoleonic Wars and then fought the Japanese in 1905. When WWI broke out, he was ill equipped. He was recalled home to fight the Bolshevik uprising. He then converted to a Bolshevik and fought against the Whites and Ukrainians. He fought the Japanese in 1939 in Manchuria as the new Red Army. He held exercises with his later foe, The German Wehrmacht Heer, in Poland that same year. He fought WWII valiantly and was captured by the SS and put into the SS-RONA's (Russian SS Volunteers) famous Kaminsky Brigade by SS (Klaus Mayer). He fought back and left to fight for the Russians. He then stormed into Germany and defeated the Nazis. As the Cold War grew, he began to have a fond hatred of NATO. He was sent into Hungary, Somalia, Ethiopia, Cuba, Angola, Afghanistan, Cambodia, Vietnam, Korea, and many other places to fight Capitalism. In 1991, he was reformed as the Russian Ground Forces since the USSR fell. He fought the insurgents in Chechnya in 1993-1996 and again in 1999-2001. He served as a U.N. guard in Kosovo in the late 90's. He also fought the Georgians in 2008 as a result over land disputes between Russia and Georgia. In 2014, he was sent to Crimea on Peacekeeping and Stability manouvres, despite Chaos ensuing up in Kiev. In February, his brother, Yuriy, refused to serve the new government on the ground of "that they were damn fascists, and I've already had to deal with their shit in 1941". He was mobilized up to support the Donetsk People's Republic, Anti-Fascist militias, and the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. He is firm on the support of these movements on the grounds that they are against Fascism, in a land that shares common history with his own country. He is currently depressed about the matter, and refuses to discuss it with anyone who is not on a need-to-know basis, and those who are (i.e. President Putin, Generals, Ministers, Officers, other CIS armies/nations), he keeps the topic very frank.
FOOTNOTES: He also has a crush on Ukraine, not for anything history related, but because he thinks she's very pretty.
Don't make me put my jackboot up your ass... just sayin...