|Born:||October 3rd, 1983|
|Died:||October 2nd, 2012|
|Age:||29 (As of 2012)|
|Fire Arms||Scoped Mosin-Nagant rifle (Age 29)|
Lieutenant Natalie Petrinoka (Russian: Натали Petrinoka) was a female civilian, who eventually salvaged a Sniper rifle and became a soldier, who fought for the New Soviet Union, in the Battle of Russland during the United Nazi War.
She was known as the Eye of Russia, and was feared by most of Nazi Germany during the Russian Theater in September of 2012.
She was tragically killed during the Liberation of Poland, while fighting alongside Russian Federation Forces, after her squad was ambushed by German forces just 10 mikes outside Warsaw, and she was shot by a Sniper, her death was avenged following the Victory in Poland by October 20th 2012, but was left strained when Government forces refused to press on and instead returned to Russia, her death however was remembered and unraveled by the New Soviet Union who continued to bar Nazi Germany until its Annihilation in 2017, where Natalie would finally be able to rest in peace.
Natalie's home village of Pernosoka was a small and comparatively isolated community located within the Southwestern realm of Russia. This isolation served to somewhat blind the village inhabitants to the specific details of the Second Patriotic War, even though they knew it existed and was raging on since August 18th.
Natalie knew little of the United Nazi War, along with Nazi Germany's continuous Existance, even after the Germans invaded Russia once again in 2012.
Her home village of Pernosoka was small and isolated, cut off from the everyday realities of what would become known to all Russians as The Second Great Patriotic War.
The date on which German Armed Forces entered and took the village of Pernosoka is unknown. However, what is known is that Natalie was quickly separated from her family, whom she never saw again, many of her family were veterans who fought the Facists back during the Great Patriotic War from 1941 to 1944, and may have been executed, by SS officials during the Germans harsh removal of World War II Veterans.
Fleeing through the woods, she was picked up by a patrol from the New Soviet Union, from which she learns that Vladimir Castro has refused to take part in the war, forcing the New Soviet Union to handle the German Invasion themselves. She joined up soon after.
Joining the New Soviet UnionEdit
Some undetermined time later in an undisclosed location, a patrol Natalie was a part of small squad that was ambushed and cut to pieces by the Germans on August 30th, 2012 forcing her to take shelter in a collapsed building.
There, she discovered an outdated scoped Mosin-Nagant rifle, from the second World War alongside a fallen comrade. Allegedly with the voice of her father guiding her aim, she scored four kills before she was retrieved by additional New Soviet forces.
This action was reported to Headquarters, and soon enough Natalie was reassigned as a sniper and deployed quickly to the city of Turmonocov by September 26th, as the New Soviets main plan to force the Russian Federation to retaliate the German Invasion.
Battle of Turmonocov September, 2012Edit
Assault on KurganEdit
- Main article: Battle of Kurgan
Lieutenant Petrinoka spent the majority of the day attempting to hunt down a sniper from the German side, pursuing him throughout the ruins of Turmonocov. She finally caught up to him at Kurgan, waiting for him to expose his position before she pounced, eliminating him with one shot.
As it turned out, the opposing sniper's target was Private Mikahil Solkov, who was saved only by the selfless action of Sergeant Gregor Pusko, who shoved the private aside and took the bullet himself in the head.
Natalie gave Private Solkov the task of leading their men up through the park to conquer the Observation Bunker placed at the top, in order to allow the New Soviet Union a chance to reorganize and counter attack against the German held sections of the city. She gave covering fire as best as she could from her new position, and ultimately Kurgan fell back to Russian hands.
Sometime afterward, Natalie offered Mikahil a job as her 'Spotter', which he readily accepted
Battle of Marnok SquareEdit
Lieutenant Petrinoka's actions began with the objective of destroying a German Mark IV Panzer by means of a deployed land mine. First, however, she had to attract the Tank's attention by the systematic removal of Wehrmacht Troops in the immediate area. After eight or so kills, including one Officer, the tank arrived in force. After Natalie sniped the three Tank escorts that traveled with it, a Russian sapper threw a land mine in the tank's path and blew it up.
A new objective was soon discovered; at the behest of Pvt. Hegal Kerlanko, who had just discovered them, Natalie was obliged to follow him to a Warehouse at Marnok square that converted into a Tank Depot and help reinforce the defenses there that were taking fire. However, the above-ground route was quickly eliminated by the presence of another Mark IV Panzer which made mincemeat of the attacking Russians. There was little choice but to proceed into the sewers.
Once below ground, Natalie, Mikahil, and Hegal soon encountered sporadic German resistance and New Soviet allies amidst the labyrinth of tunnels and wreckage. Natalie survived this ordeal and finally emerged back above ground, only to be forced to navigate a trench work system being shelled by mortar fire before the group could arrive at the factory.
From there, Natalie and Mikahil set up shop on the gangplank above the main factory doors. Relying on her Spotter for accurate sightings, Natalie methodically shot down German soldiers who were advancing on the factory, giving key emphasis on Panzerschrek and MG42 Gun crews. The factory was defended in this way until the Russian tank crew lead by Lieutenant Nikolai Resmordor made it back. After a brief moment where Natalie had to help to patch up Sgt. Fyodor Belenko, she hitched a ride with Resmordor, Mikahil, and the crew and evacuated from the factory.
Wounded in ActionEdit
A short while later, engine trouble forced the tank crew to try and hide the tank in a safe place so repairs could be made.
Natalie was urged to seek high ground in order to spot and observe any nearby German activity. Activity did come in the form of German Bombers accompanied by Infantry. Natalie held her ground and killed whatever Germans she could until an arriving Panzer IV made short work of the building she had chosen as high ground.
Natalie was wounded in action, but was still able to retain consciousness as Mikahil and an unknown comrade helped carry her back to the New Soviet Headquarters overlooking the Rasminko River.