Dimi Pushkin is an odd character. On one hand, he is our contact at the State Ecological Service Departement, so we must keep him happy in order to legally operate this expedition. On the other hand, Dumi seems desperate to make friends, which makes him unusually casual and chatty for a state agent. He says he grew up as the son of an important diplomat in Moscow, but I think he's just trying to sound impressive. Regardless of his quirks, Dimi acts with genuine concern for the wellbeing of the land, animals and people of the taiga. We could not aks for a better advocate in the governement.