Constantinos was born in Central Greece on December 2008, Day 384 of the New World.
A few days later the last free Greek region was going to fall into enemy hands. After two weeks of enslavement, Constantinos managed to escape and joined the freedom fighters in Russia, following the command of the Greek president in exile Efthimios Pappas. He subsequently moved to Romania, where he stayed until Thrace was liberated.
Constantinos was chosen to participate in the expeditionary corps sent to protect Croatia against the Hungarian attack of Day 555, as one of "The 10 Best Greek Fighters". Soon after, he joined the Greek Army and was put in charge of a group training in guerrilla tactics in Anatolia, Turkey. He left the army after liberating Central Greece, considering that the objective of the group was fulfilled, but rejoined a month later to participate in the Great War of 2009 and was then assigned to Ιερός Λόχος, the elite forces of the Greek Army. In November 2009 he joined EMC, the military force of EDEN.
He has achieved the military rank of Field Marshal and received seven Super Soldier medals. With a strength of 35.82, he is considered the strongest Greek tank.
Constantinos was elected four times in the Greek Congress. In June 2009 he received 5 votes in Attica, in August 2009 22 votes in the Greek capital, Thrace, where he was elected again in October 2009 with 54 votes. He also served two terms as party president of Hellenic Popular Coalition.
In June 2009, following the orders of president Jaguaros, he created and maintained during the election day a spreadsheet made to drive the Greek votes to Greek candidates thus protecting the country from a Hungarian Political Takeover. In July 2009 he was put in charge of the Greek anti-PTO team and in August 2009 he was chosen to be a member of the Greek Immigration committee representing his party, a position that held for two months. In October 2009 he served in the Greek government as a vice minister of Foreign Affairs and in November 2009 as the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Three organizations and seven companies are currently owned by Constantinos. Hellenic Revenge is in the eRepublik Stock eXchange market with a value of about 850 gold. The value of the other two organizations is estimated to a total of 55 gold.
Constantinos is also the owner of two well known newspapers. Hellenic Front was for a time the 5th biggest newspaper in Greece, surpassed only by the newspapers of the last two presidents of Greece and two official newspapers of Greek ministries. In May 2010 it reached 504 subscribers.
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