STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
|Assignment:||Star Base Bravo|
|Played By:||Murphy, Margaret | Margaret Murphy|
|Species:||3/4 Human, 1/4 Klingon|
|Height:||191 cm (6 ft. 3 in.)||Weight:||81.6 kg (180 lb.)|
|Eye Color:||dark blue|
|Hair Color:||black, with hints of grey|
|Hairstyle:||short, perpetually messy|
|Physique:||very fit; somewhat built|
|Complexion:||clear, slightly dark|
|Facial Hair:||always looks sort of scruffy; not unusual to see him with some stubble|
|Voice:||calming; draws one into whatever story he is telling at the time|
|Birthplace:||Brooklyn, New York|
|Status of Parents:||Married|
|Siblings:||Twin sisters Theresa and Jody, 18, brother Bernard, 16|
Personal HistoryIan Elliot grew up as the eldest of four children, taking responsibility upon himself to help out in any way he could. Although he grew up in Brooklyn, New York, Ian is 1/8th Klingon, and is proud of his culture and heritage, especially since he does have noticeable, soft ridges on his forehead.
Ian has been known to make jokes about being Klingon, and engage other aesthetically different species in conversations about their own culture. He has even built models of various Klingon ships, the medium-sized Warbird one of the few projects Ian has successfully finished.
After his twin sisters were born, his parents had trouble conceiving another child. When his brother was born however, the child had many medical problems. It was discovered that the problem was in the boy’s genetics, and that he would not live past twenty. Horrified, a young Ian stole the Doctor’s notes, and realized that genetics was nothing but math in his eyes. Ian then kidnapped his brother from the hospital and disappeared for just under a week, working with his brother on his cure. A warrant for arrest was put out for Ian, but when he and his brother returned, they had found a cure for the young boy. Ian thrust the work into the doctor’s arms, and he sat in the hospital’s brig during the surgery. After Ian was let out, his family began to pressure him to go into the medical field.
Ever since the surgery, Ian and his brother Bernard have been very close. Ian is known to be very protective of the boy, and the two have a relationship closer than with their parents or sisters.
When Bernard had fully recovered, Ian’s family put even more pressure on Ian joining Starfleet in the Medical field. However, Ian instead went into Engineering, claiming that what he had done was “just math” and that Engineering was “just the same, anyway.” With high –but reluctant– references from the hospital’s staff, Ian was able to enroll in Starfleet a semester earlier than the rest of his graduating class, and took as many classes as he could. However, even though all these classes were in the Engineering Department, they were too broad and spread out to have a specific major, and Ian was forced to put down “General Engineering.” Realizing that he had a better chance of a career with a specialty, Ian took even more classes, giving him the minor of “Ship Engineering.” This also kept Ian from graduating earlier than the rest of his class, as well.
In addition to being called a “wasted prodigy” by his family, Ian often finds himself with many unfinished projects. After graduating from the Academy, he stayed on Earth doing various jobs for Starfleet until he found a stable assignment on the USS Challenger.
Personality ProfileAcademy Major(s): General Engineering
Academy Minor(s): Ship Engineering
Hobbies and Pastimes: telling stories, experimenting
Short-Term Goals: get a promotion, get another fish
Long-Term Goals: go to therapy / counseling at some point, build own shuttlecraft
Personality: Loves telling stories; Ian always has a story or a joke to tell. He is very good natured and tries not to let anything bother him. He is an eternal optimist, and always tries to find light in dark places.
Sense of Humor: Sees humor or goodness in everything
Phobias: Loosing a family member or friend, being unable to be an Engineer
Likes: experiments, projects, good food, illegal drinks, card games, gambling, arguing
Dislikes: fist-fights, nonconstructive criticism, being insulted
Pet Peeves or Gripes: he feels like he’s never on time, even if he’s early
Bad Habits or Vices: = has nightmare; is always a little late or really early
Achievements: helping to engineer his brother’s genetics; helping to save a friend from dying; graduating from the Academy; keeping a fish alive for more than a year
Disappointments: becomes disappointed in himself when he sees an unfinished project of his, but he has always felt that his family has been slightly disappointed in him because he did not become a doctor
Illnesses: has a bit of an attention problem
Strengths: he will drop everything to help a friend
Weaknesses: has a serious attention problem; always has half-finished projects
Fears: losing a friend or family member
Prejudices: doesn’t really care for anybody with a “can’t do” attitude
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: short-sleeved t-shirts, jeans, sneakers or boots
Distinguishing Features: has slight ridges on his forehead; always has a smile on his face and a story on his lips
Pets: goldfish named Fisher
Friends: Margaret Murphy, Amelia Knopf, Michael Jacobs
Personal Paradigm ShiftsMost Painful Experience: breaking his leg when he was younger, being unable to get around on his own
Best Time: at Starfleet Academy where he could take as many Engineering classes as he wanted, and working on the homework they gave him
Most Crucial Experience: kidnapping his brother
Role Model: his favorite Engineering Professor at the Academy
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