Biography for Ensign Jori , a Female Deltan aged 22
who is assigned to the Starbase Freedom

Renee updated this biography on 2022-02-27 21:18:27

Character Physical Description






125 lbs









5 foot 7




History, Education and Skills

Family and Background


Jori was born on Delta IV. She has a sister and a brother. She is the oldest and her brother is the youngest. Her father is a council member in the local government. Her mother runs the home and takes care of the children. Deltans are passionate people, living to enjoy and experience everything and anything life has to offer. The mew of a seeta kitten or a cool breeze blowing across the skin. Even the feeling of hunger later sated by an elegant meal. Because of this view of life, few Deltans join Starfleet. Deltans are known most for being sexually open and for their prowess. Because of this, those that choose Starfleet service, take an oath of celibacy. Growing up, Jori loved stories about adventure and heroism. She would read as much as she could. Wanting to experience that for herself, when she was old enough, she was accepted into Starfleet Academy. She chose security, feeling that was where more adventures would come.



Jori received the standard education for her people. She graduated from Starfleet Academy with an officer commission in security and tactical. Serving on Earth until an opening on a starship became available, she was transferred to the USS Exeter.

Pre-Starfleet History



Starfleet History


Medical History


Jori had the typical childhood diseases every Deltan has. Otherwise, she is in excellent health.



To maximize her value to Starfleet, and to have as many opportunities for adventure as possible, Jori learned everything she could in her chosen field. She is trained in energy and projectile weapons. She learned Starfleet, Vulcan, and Betazoid martial arts, taking her favorite disciplines and techniques from each of them and making her own style. Deltans are naturally skilled in mathematics and three dimensional navigation. She can do complicated equations and calculations in her head. Another natural ability is relieving pain that manifests during tactile contact, though this does not heal injuries.



Jori is extremely curious, inquisitive, and eager to learn. She isn't satisfied just doing nothing, as there's always something new to see and do. Even a simple conversation with someone is part of the joys of life. She has a fiery personality and can sometimes jump to anger when patience is the wiser course.



Other than living life to its fullest, Jori likes to read, learn, hike, and go camping. Telling stories around a fire is a special pleasure.

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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