Mishka was born to Natashia and Vladameir Malkovich, the older sibling, Ilya. At the age of 15, she married a young man named Alexandar Jovannich, the only son of Nadia and Ivan, the younger siblings were Aninka and Danya.
Two years into their marriage, she delivered a daughter, Svetlana, a very energetic and bright child. Soon she was into everything she could reach.
When the sickness came, Mishka took Svetlana into seclusion trying to keep her safe and well. Mishka’s father was the first in the family to be taken by the sickness. Nadia was next to get the fever but somehow was able to withstand, eventually getting well. Alexandar soon showed signs of the illness and with no one else to step in, Mishka had to expose Svetlana and herself to the disease. Svetlana was soon raging with fever. Mishka tried everything in her power to help her daughter and husband survive. In trying so hard to get them well, Mishka became ill. She cried herself to sleep, soaking wet with fever, while holding her daughter unwilling to release her body and admit her death. When Mishka’s fever finally broke, the only family that remained alive was Nadia, her mother-in-law.
For months, Mishka sat in the dark not wanting to talk to or see anyone. Nadia, being as creative as she is stubborn, finally decided there was no other way to help Mishka heal mentally other than calling in the reinforcements … Melancho, the Top-Dog of the militia. He remembered who she was and was quick to pay Mishka a visit. After the third visit, Melancho strongly suggested she re-enlist telling her that was where she should be.
At first, Mishka just did her job, showing no true conviction or motive for her actions but never lacking in her duties. It took quite a few years for her to speak to anyone first, and even longer for her to ask anything of anyone.
Approximately two years ago Melancho happened by as Mishka was reprimanding a new archer, explaining the importance of their task. Before the end of the week, she was promoted to Lieutenant and given charge of her own unit.