He was paratrooper of Her Majesty's Special Paratroop Regiment. As a young citizen in eRepublik, he fought in several large engagements, most notably PEACE invasion of USA. He was a press director and executive publisher of the Serbian newspaper called , formerly known as "Veritas".
Srecko is a devoted follower of Dioism.
His reincarnation is Dio Maximus.
|“ Every time Srecko says something a Polish baby dies ”|
(Unknown Pole on #eserbia)
|“ We can't replace our MoFA, he's way too cool. ”|
(Krikan, two times president of Serbia)
|“ Srecko is a clever bastard... ”|
(Jelen od Potoka on #mip)
|“ max/away you are a god :O ”|
(Cookies Crisp on #mip)
|“ I never liked UeS trolls, but Srecko is the maestro. ”|
(Sumnivo Lice in an article)
It's widely discussed when Srecko Ilic was born, and most the eRepublik historians think it happened on May 28th 2009 - Day 555 in the region of Sumadija, Serbia when he was awoken from his long time slumber by His call to save Serbia from the Croatian onslaught.
As a paratrooper of a Serbian paramilitary unit, the White Eagles, Srecko Ilic fought in many battles and supported PEACE forces through many battlefields over the time he spent in the White Eagles, but after he received a plea for help from the Serbian minority in Bosnia and Herzegovina he left White Eagles to help the Bosnian Serbs. He spent a long of time in BiH, trying to make things work between different sides, but to no avail. He was a military advisor in the paramilitary unit Serbian Legion, and one of the commanders in chief of VeRS (Vojska eRepublike Srpske). After that he joined the Army of eSerbia, elite Guard brigade and fought in many large battles for Serbia and her allies.
Although PEACE is defunct he considers him to be a PEACEkeeper and following that belief he fought for Austria during the Hungarian assault on Burgenland, nontheless he still he remains a pro-Hungarian.
The Royal Parachute Regiment
On day 760 he joined British Special Forces, and almost immediately was ordered to move out and fight for Germany against Poland, he fought in the battle for Saxony against the EMC. Together with his squadmates he was involved in many covert operations, and operations deep behind enemy lines against Sweden, Poland, Spain and the USA.
Srecko Ilic has earned the following ribbons for service to the United Kingdom as a member of her armed forces;
- The Royal Parachute Regiment Service Medal
- Belgian Independence Campaign Medal (Brussels Rebellion)
- Second Eastern European Campaign Medal (Spanish & Polish Invasion of Germany)
- Great British Campaign Medal (EDEN Invasion of the United Kingdom)
- Amazon Campaign Medal (Peru-Brazil War)
Srecko's newspapershad over 3000 subscribers. Most of his articles are about foreign and domestic politics, historical reviews although there are some exceptions such as some sarcastic articles, media fundraiser articles and daily battle orders. On November 22nd, he got his first Media Mogul Medal. He has written about the and Dio's greatness and power on several occasions.
Black Angel of VeS
In this novel he published a story about an unnamed soldier who faced the Croatian onslaught in the defense of Belgrade against the forces of ATLANTIS during the World War 2, and it was met with a fairly good response from the public and the critics. The story itself was written in Serbian, and only three parts of it were published to this day.
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After that he joined the Serbian Reform Party, but eventually quit it, and joined the British Armed Forces, months of political inactivity he left the The Royal Parachute Regiment and went on a vacation to the Holy land of Punjab, Pakistan. But even in Pakistan, he could not rest, as the pro-EDEN nation of India attacked Pakistan.
Srecko, as a faithful Dioist, fought in Punjab but unfortunately, to no avail. Although disappointed, Srecko was glad that Pakistan was liberated by his countrymen from Serbia, as a sign of gratitude he moved back to Serbia and joined the Serbian Conservative Party, and was elected for Congressman on 25th of February, 2010.
Srecko has earned several medals: