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Bobo is a rainbow-furred de-sexed Tribble belonging to Zrinka Agaixot. He spends most of its time in Zrinka's quarters or sitting on her shoulder. Bobo came aboard USS Theurgy 2380 by means of Zrinka illegally smuggling him aboard the ship.
By the time Bobo was found, the whole outlaw incident had happened and it was given dispensation to stay aboard. When Zrinka was injured and put in stasis, Bobo was cared for by others and has been reunited.
During the original mission, Kamila Patel served on board the USS Theurgy as the ship's civilian cultural entertainer, event organizer and sometimes a freelance advisor. When the Theurgy returned to Earth, she was due to depart planetside when the entire conspiracy arose and she was trapped on board with the rest of the ship's crew, now a fugitive by proxy. Initially bitter at being caught in the entire debacle, she gradually learned of the entirety of the situation, and got to really know the crew better during this time, and became sympathetic to them, eventually throwing in her lot with as much gusto as a Starfleet officer. She helped out in any way that she could, and opted to use her skills as an entertainer to keep up the crew's morale and spirits.
She often operated in the lounge areas of the Theurgy, such as Below Decks or the Spearhead Lounge, giving performances, then mingling with the various patrons that sought her company. She developed a talent for picking up scuttlebutt around the ship. This made her an occasionally useful source of information on simple matters or well-known rumors, though she rarely betrayed secrets told to her in confidence, and she in turn provided sound advice to personal problems. She had also earned a civilian degree for handling ship sensors, which she has willingly contributed her skills in whenever needed.
† “Ensign” Sonja Acreth
The woman calling herself Sonja Acreth was discovered by the officers of the USS Harbinger sending encoded messages to Starfleet Command. When captured she claimed to be working for Starfleet Intelligence but her story was a tissue of lies.
From this prisoner, the officers of the Harbinger discovered that Starfleet Command had been taken over by intelligent parasites that doctor Lucan cin Nicander theorized were interphasic, rendering them invisible to conventional scans or biological detection. When introduced to the officers of the Theurgy, she managed to free herself from her cell and kill Diadeniera Drovo, displaying enhanced strength and speed, an apparent immunity to pain, and a capability of withstanding multiple shots from phasers set on stun before being subdued.
During her second escape attempt she killed four more people, including resulting in more deaths, including Drovo's replacement, Lieutenant David Cerrato. Armed and dangerous, she almost made it the bridge before being stopped by the combined efforts of Commander T'Rena, Petty Officer First Class Dyan Cardamone and civilian communications specialist Selena Ravenholm. She was transferred to the USS Theurgy to be held for further study and to be held in a more secure faculty before T'Rena convinced her commanding officer to betray Captain Jien Ives.
]Sonja Acreth remained in the Theurgy's brig up until the Battle of Starbase 84, where she escaped with the help of Dr. Maya, who had been hypnotised by Dr. Lucan cin Nicander to do his bidding. Nicander had no more than sent Dr. Maya to carry out her task when Heather McMillan, with her abilities as a Radiant, subdued the influence of Nicander's parasite. Heather McMillan had no idea what she had done for Nicander, but he convinced her to try and stop Maya. At the culmination of the battle, Heather McMillan and Doctor Nicander faced off against Sonja Acreth in the Theurgy's Temporal Observatory Lab, and Acreth fell through a temporal breach she had created, never to be seen again. In the end, Doctor Nicander's true role during these events were never revealed, and because of evidence suggesting that Doctor Maya was not herself, she would soon return to duty as well - not remembering that it was Nicander that had made her release Acreth during the battle.
The half sister of Thomas Ravon was born in 2347 on one of the Federation outposts. She was raised on a small M class planet by her mother as her father had been gone after she was conceived. Her father was a married Starfleet officer who had a brief affair with her mother. He had left for a Black Ops mission along with his wife.
The M class planet was raided by slavers when Chloe was in her early teens, being used as a labor slave she got separated from her mother, never seeing the woman again. At young age she was easily raised to a life in captivity. When she came of age, her natural beauty did not go unnoticed as she was utilized for pleasure as well besides her work as a labor slave.
Chloe Ravon was rescued by Zyrao Natuana as the slave ship she was aboard on was boarded by Klingon forces. Liberated from the clutches of the slavers and Klingon forces, Zyrao took Chloe in as her property. Being brought back from a life in slavery, Chloe became a stronger independent woman before she was set free on a planet by Zyrao. After she regained her freedom, the current whereabouts of Chloe Ravon are unknown.
In spite of being a civilian, he had traveled for years in Starfleet vessels, both as a researcher and specialist in First Contacts. In 2347 he was aboard the USS Damascus, when he was involved in an incident with the Lt Commander Hathev, which resulted in the conception of their son, Kiriel. Due to the circumstances in which both had been involved, they agreed not to have any contact, leaving Kiriel's upbringing to Hathev and his human wife, Triss.
After several years traveling on different ships, Selv was invited to work as a professor at the Academy, and he accepted, tired of the dangers of space exploration and the vicissitudes that prevented long-term research.
Years later, in 2457, Selv discovered that he had sired another son along with the priestess T'Ra of the T'Karath Sanctuary, when Selv was trapped by the fires of the Pon Far as he tried to enter the temple to perform the Kholinar in 2342. As the last step of the ritual, the aspirants had to get rid of all their relationships, so T'Ra gave the child to Selv, despite the sociologist's initial reticence.
Kireil was a young Vulcan, son of Lieutenant Commander Hathev her human wife Triss, although his biological father was the Vulcan Selv. Kireil's more liberal upbringing on Earth at the hands of Triss meant he had difficulty repressing his emotions and rejected Hathev's attempts to school him in the teachings of Surak, causing their relationship to grow increasingly strained.
In 2372 Hathev contacted Selv and arranged for the two families to meet. Kireil's curiosity at finally meeting his father and half-brother Seren soon soured, however, and their cool logic pushed him further away from Vulcan traditions, and from Hathev in turn.
Kireil went on to drop out of university and unsuccessfully try a number of jobs, before enlisting in Starfleet in 2377 as a non-commisioned officer. However in his very first assignment Kiriel was radicalized, deserted from Starfleet, and joined the Maquis.
As of 2381, his status was unknown.
J'eff the Undying, Conqueror of the Tubes
J'eff the Undying, Conqueror of the Tubes was a Klingon animal residing on the Theurgy after the Battle of the Houses. Strongly resembling an Earth bunny (but with a roar that would shame a lion), it made a nest in the Jefferies tubes, collecting odds and ends as trophies, making a mess of ship systems in the process. The beast was finally tracked down by Lieutenants Azrin Ryn and Alistair Leavitt, who christened the bunny "J'eff". Not knowing how the bunny got onboard or how to return it, the lieutenants adopted J'eff as a pet. He would later spend his time alternately between their quarters, quite happy with his new conquest.
Holographic Lounge Staff on the USS Theurgy
Originally designed and employed by William Regal, the Felicity program was later transferred to the Spearhead Lounge to serve as hostess there, although as part of the ship wide hologrid systems, she could still manifest in Below Decks if so requested.
- Played by: Amanda Seyfried
Named for the Greek concept of hospitality and guest friendship, Xenia was designated as the primary hostess for Below Decks following Felicity's reassignment. She had a cool and professional demeanor and functioned as the proprietor during off-hours.
- Played by: Jamie Alexander
Named for a minor Celtic god of barley and fertility, Taliesin served as the primary bartender for Below Decks. He was generally warm, welcoming and always happy to lend an ear to those who sought his confidence.
- Played by: Marcus Hedbrandh
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