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STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
|Position:||Acting Chief Science Officer|
|Assignment:||USS Copernicus, GEC-9035|
|Height:||5' 7"||Weight:||145 lbs|
|Hair Color:||light violet|
|Hairstyle:||generally worn long, full|
|Facial Hair:||attractive, full lips|
|Voice:||deep and husky, sultry|
|Father:||Rakel Huntur (deceased)|
|Status of Parents:||mother alive on Catualla|
Personal HistoryRaquel is the only child of Rakel and Ranya Huntur. She was named after her father who was killed in an accident shortly after her birth. She was a precocious young girl, and she had a smile and apparent sweetness that helped her get many of the things that she wanted. She grew up into a beautiful young woman, possessing a high IQ and interest in the universe around her. Her secondary school work was by far exceptional and a visit by a Star Fleet frigate’s crew to a school assembly, clinched her future path.
Personality ProfileAcademy Major(s): Astrometrics, Steller Cartography
Academy Minor(s): Vulcan/Vulcanoid studies
Hobbies and Pastimes: recreational swimming, micro-gardening cactus/succulents, abstract painting
Short-Term Goals: to recover from the banality and waste of her career from the outpost
Long-Term Goals: To obtain a Command Role, FO or similar
Personality: Extroverted, not afraid to go after whom or what she wants, a bit bitter of late however
Sense of Humor: not good at telling jokes, likes listening to witty practitioners, dry, off color, or just daily examinations of life
Likes: admires Vulcan discipline, interesting people, raspberries, cream-soda, brussel-sprouts, island holidays, holo-simulations, reading novels
Dislikes: Stagnation of cultures (Klingon and Romulan in particular), most wiggling (i.e., live) food, cold places, slackers
Bad Habits or Vices: flirtatious
Achievements: Published paper on ‘Gravimetric Eddies of the Alpha and Beta Quadrants’, commendation for Astrometrics during Copernicus’ transwarp conduit flight, circa Stardates: 20509.25 - 20510.19.
Disappointments: Being removed from the Copernicus by then CSO Vreean Tru-Abaa, and then subsequently assigned to a ‘backwater’ science space outpost
Illnesses: none of note
Strengths: very smart, slightly touch telepathic (gained from mind-meld exposure- described in ‘Painful’ below)
Weaknesses: thinks very highly of herself, a ‘me’ person, pushes at other people’s boundaries
Fears: none of note
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: glitzy dresser, clingy gowns that show off her curves
Distinguishing Features: medium violet eyebrows
Pets: two cats
Personal Paradigm ShiftsMost Painful Experience: Not being able to get Vreean Tru-Abaa to love her. The CSO was a beautiful man and Raquel was hopelessly attracted to him. To get closer to him, she pursued a friendly relationship then Midshipman Sring, but during the Vulcan’s pon farr...Huntur took advantage of the young Vulcan woman’s vulnerability and during the mind-meld, Raquel took command and extracted as much of Sring’s knowledge and feelings of Tru-Abaa...it was essentially a mental rape. There in Sring’s mind...Raquel knew she had no chance to win Vree’s love. The incident was never officially reported.
Best Time: The initial meeting of Vree Tru-Abaa. It was virtual love at first sight...she was more than willing to let him have his wife, Mahla; Raquel would accept being his mistress.
Most Crucial Experience: Her time in exile on deep space science outpost Regula 24, gave her a long time to think. At first she planned to extract some sort of revenge n Vree...but as the months went on, and then it was a year...her hatred evaporated. She had deserved her punishment. She made a pact with the universe that if she ever returned to an active role on a starship, she would be a much better person.
Role Model: The brilliant Tongo Rad, a gifted man in the field of space studies. He had inspired Catuallans for generations, of which Raquel was no exception
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