Biography for Lieutenant Heinrich Kruze , a Male Human aged 30
who is assigned to the USS Exeter

Tim updated this biography on 2022-05-29 11:01:15

Character Physical Description



















Heinrich is above average in height, but somewhat flabby. He rarely keeps his wild brown hair in control, and almost always has a stubble on his chin. But he dresses smartly in his uniform. His nose is pronounced, like an eagle. His face rests in an annoyed look. He always has his glasses on otherwise he can't see.

History, Education and Skills

Family and Background


Heinrich was born on Colony Alpha 5. His father taught history in the local school and his mother was busy working as a magistrate for the colony. During the school year, in his younger days, his grandfather would watch him and tell him stories about the great heroes of Starfleet. His father gave him a love of history, while his mother brought home the sorts of complaints government workers have. This colored the young Heinrich's view of colony government and their people.



Leonard H. McCoy School of Medicine Starfleet Academy

Pre-Starfleet History


Heinrich did not go to Starfleet right away. His dream was to be a doctor on Colony Alpha 5. He pursued studies in medicine locally, and started a practice. But two things kept bothering him. One was that he began to feel a wanderlust, maybe from the stories he heard in his youth. The other was he grew more and more frustrated with what he saw as the lack of Federation support for many colonists in his sector. His mother gave him a deep sense of civic duty. Being a strong headed type, he decided to enroll in Starfleet.

Starfleet History


Medical History


A bum knee from school sports. Shortsighted.



Strong listener, quick at diagnosing a situation, general medicine





Voracious reader, especially in historical topics. Loves to argue. Enjoys puzzles.

Heinrich waved his scruffy brown hair out of his eyes and found himself in a 20th century style jail cell. Across from him was another cell, occupied by Trinity Frost. The only other entity in the room was a man in an all black starfleet uniform. He saw him shake his head. “Interesting…” the entity said. He had no idea what was going on. Just a few moments ago he was on set, now he’s in a cell. Though, in some way, it was really no different. He began to suspect that this entity had something to do with the simulation. He was somewhat exhilerated by this realization, but he was also overcome with shock. All he could manage was a feeble, “What?”

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