SPC Biography for Xava Denlorr, a Female Shagra aged 20

Renee plays this character and updated this biography on 2022-03-01 12:07:53

SPC Character Physical Description

Eyes

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Brown

Weight

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120

Hair

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Brown

Skin

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brown

Height

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5 foot 6

Blood

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Red

Xava is 5 foot 6 and 120 pounds. She has brown hair, eyes, and skin. She is young, healthy, and fit. Her bearing and posture project an air of discipline and confidence.

History, Education and Skills

Job Description

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Science

Family and Background

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Xava was born on Shagrus III, the youngest of four children, with three brothers. Her father is a mathematics teacher. The two oldest brothers, Torik and Venti, serve in the military. The youngest brother, Nelar, is an acolyte in the local temple. Xava's mother chose to stay home to raise and teach the children and run the home, which is the highest and greatest honor in the Shagra people.

Education

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Xava attended all required schools, receiving the full primary education, including the basic learning of the three Paths.

Medical History

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Xava is healthy and fit, with no allergies or medical issues.

Skills

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Xava is athletic, though not a star. Her main attribute is her genius IQ and eidetic memory. When trying to solve a problem or resolve an issue, she is relentless. On her Day of Choosing, she wanted to be a scientist in the Worker Path. She joined the contest to be in Starfleet and was one of the girls chosen.

Notes

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Shagra culture is based on clans; there are currently 187 on their world. Loyalty, devotion, and service to the clan is sacrosanct. In fact, service to the greater good, outweighs all individual desires. The Shagra are a disciplined and ordered people. They are confident and aloof, requiring first contact races to prove themselves as equals before considering a relationship with them. There is a world council government where each clan sends one representative. The Shagra have three choices on how to serve, called Paths. The largest is Worker, followed by Military, ending with the smallest, the Eternal. In Shagra society, the highest honor is motherhood, as teaching the next generation is of utmost importance. The legal age of adulthood is 16, though a child chooses their life path at 13 after carefully studying each Path. The Day of Choosing is a time of celebration. Men and women are treated equally. If a woman doesn't choose motherhood, there is no shame or disrespect. The Shagra are interested in joining the Federation, but before accepting the organization as worthy of the Shagra, a global competition was held and four Shagra youth, two boys and two girls, were sent to Starfleet Academy to learn. Outwardly, Shagra appear Human, but there are internal and biological differences. Shagrus III has a heavier gravity and thinner air, so their strength and endurance is similar to Vulcans. They have a four-lobed brain, like Ferengi, so they can't be read by empaths or telepaths. The average life span is 170 years.

Hobbies

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Xava loves reading, studying, and learning. She is athletic, so she enjoys sports. Walking and hiking are favorite pastimes, and an evening lying on a blanket under the stars, is a treasure.

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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