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Name: T'Lara Ek'Tal (Female) Date of Birth (Age): August 22, 2388 (42 Vulcan years, 33 Earth standard years.) ResidentMelodyParis.jpg
Species: Vulcan Place of Birth: T'Khasi (Vulcan)
Nationality: Vulcan Ethnic Origin: My father was from Xir-Tan province, in the city of K'Lan-Ne
Languages: Federation Standard English, Vulcan, Vedaran Religion: To the best of my limited ability, I seek Kolinar
Physical information
Height: 2.09m Weight: 80 kg
Hair: Black Eyes: Pale blue
Blood type: Bloodtype S-Positive Medical Restrictions: Limited mobility in high-G environs (>1.25 Vulcan G) due to being raised in low-G gravity environment.
Other Important Medical Information: Bio-mechanical skeletal implants allow movement in standard gravities.
Other Identifying marks/Features: Phenotypically Southern Vulcan
Family
Maritial Status: Single Spouse NA
Children NA Mother T’Linn
Father Solvek Siblings Sha’Ca-i’it-la, sister, 14 years younger
Starfleet Records
Rank: Lieutenant Junior Grade Position: Science Officer
Current Assignment: USS Atlas Branch: UF Starfleet Science
Sector: 001 Service Number: 2849
Status: Active
Biography
I was born in the year 2388 on the planet T’Khasi, which humans call Vulcan, to Solvek, a has-talsu pa’essu (medical doctor/general practitioner) and akan-ha-talsu (xenobiologist) serving with the Vulcan Science Academy, and T’Linn, a tor-talsu wihk’kek (theoretical physicist) and yel-tor-talsu (astrophysicist). T’Lara is the feminized version of the name Lorot, meaning “bearer of information.”

I did not know my father. I am told he was with my mother when I was born but soon after left on assignment aboard the Vulcan science academy research vessel Tal’aksa Hali, which was subsequently reported lost with all hands in 2390.

Shortly after my father’s reported death, my mother took an assignment on Mervidiam, a scientific research station in orbit around a rare trinary star system that included a gravitationally-locked, orbiting pair of neutron stars and a white dwarf in a distant orbit of the pair. The system is located near the Orion nebula, 1,183.22 light years from the rimward edge of Federation space. It took us 1.047 standard years to travel there at warp 8.25. The station had been built and was primarily staffed by Vedarans, a small, etherial species native to that region of space and station gravity was set to the standard of their world, equivalent to 0.617 standard Vulcan gravities; this is why I am so tall (6’10”). Before I returned to Vulcan, I had to undergo osteo- and myogenic remediation to develop my bones and muscles sufficiently to endure Vulcan gravity. I still have some difficulty handling higher gravitational fields.

Two years after our arrival at Mervidiam, when I was five years old (2393), my mother died during a mission near the neutron stars. Her shuttle lost control and crashed into one of the neutron stars, vanishing in a brief burst of gamma rays before being laminated, a molecule thick, onto the surface of the star.

Having no remaining family on Vulcan, and limited opportunity to return there, in any case, I was adopted by my mother’s close friend, a Betazoid woman named Shaheen Nandiroi-Ek’Tal, a medical doctor, and her wife, an Andorian woman named Oro’Sha-la Ek’Tal, a warp systems theoretician and matter-anti-matter engineer. My foster mothers formally adopted me, which is why my name combines Vulcan and Andorian forms. It is purely coincidental my Andorian surname is also the Vulcan word for “science.”

My foster mothers did their best to raise me as a Vulcan, even employing an elderly Vulcan astrophysicist named Syvar to teach me the ways of C’Thia, logic, meditation, and culture, during the time we lived on Mervidiam.

When I was 8 standard years-old, in 2396, my foster mothers had a second child, my sister ShaCa I’it-la Ek’Tal. As a Betazoid-Andorian hybrid her gestation and birth were not easy. She appears mostly Andorian, though her integument is more turquoise than blue. Also, she developed with rudimentary antennae that had to undergo in-utero retro-genetic remediation to be fully functional, though she still requires an external cybernetic enhancer. She also has Betazoid eyes. She is a highly capable empath and is studying to become a psychotherapist and counselor.

In 2402, at the age of 14 standard years, I was sent to Vulcan to live with Syvar’s granddaughter, T’Kali, while I attended the Vulcan Science Academy. Though I was quite a bit older than the usual matriculating student, I received advanced placement due to my upbringing and the fact that I published my first scientific paper at the age of 9 standard years.

Due to the loss of my parents at an early age, my Betazoid and Andorian parenting far from Vulcan, and despite the best efforts of Syvar, I have never entirely mastered Vulcan C’Thia.

My time at the Science Academy was difficult due to my non-Vucan behavioral quirks. Nonetheless, my abilities could not be questioned; I had been raised as a scientist, by scientists, among scientists, since my earliest days. I graduated with laureate firsts in astrophysics, planetary science, and xenobiology, with additional sub-degrees in warp drive theory and engineering (this latter more of a hobby than an academic pursuit). Following graduation, I joined the Science Academy’s Planetary Exploratory Service. I spent three years searching for habitable planets as a xenobiology sub-researcher and assistant astrometrics officer. Again, my tendency exhibit non-Vulcan behavioral traits hindered my social acceptance. I was sent back to Vulcan to train in the ways of Kolinahr. I spent five years trying to suppress my emotions and learn to be a proper Vulcan. Though I did learn much and mastered much, I ultimately failed. Twice. After it was made clear that I was not going to advance in the Academy due to my inability to achieve Kolinahr, it was suggested I join Starfleet. I have done so and am currently serving as a Ne’ot-Lan (Lieutenant j.g or Sub-lieutenant), and yel-tor-talsu (astrophysicist) and vath-ek’tra-talsu (planetologist) on the USS Atlas.

Personal / Professional History Starfleet Service Record
 
  • Induction UF Starfleet: 220118
  • BBCP - Medical Certification: 220226
  • ADP Associates Degree: 220326
  • BBCP - Science Certification: 220326
 
Academy Record
College of Command College of Operations College of Engineering
 
  • New Member Entrance Exam 220118
  • New Member Orientation 220118
  • We are Starfleet! 220118
  • Chain of Command 220119
  • Bridge Duty Stations 220119
  • UFSA Class Author's Guide 220121
  • Introduction to UFS Academy 220121
  • The Enlisted Corps 220121
  • Promotions and Awards 220121
  • Introduction to Holodecks 220122
  • Introduction to Leadership 220127
  • Interpersonal Communication 220127
  • UFS Ethics 220127
  • Protocols and Procedures 220128
  • Courtesy and Conduct 220201
  • The Administrative Operative 220201
 
  • Introduction to Starfleet Operations 220125
  • Alien Languages 101 220127
  • Personnel Support Systems 220127
  • Environmental Systems 220128
  • Introduction to Communications 220201
 
  • Warp Theory and Mechanics 101 220120
  • Introduction to Starfleet Engineering 220126
  • FTL Travel 220225
College of Medical Sciences College of Galactic Sciences College of Security Sciences
 
  • Introduction to Starfleet Medical 220118
  • Basic Medical Care 220118
  • History of Nursing 220118
  • Anaesthesia 220118
  • Space Sickness 220118
  • Surgery 101 220118
  • Medical Ethics 220120
  • Starship Operations: Medical 220120
  • Cryonics and Stasis Fields 220120
  • Medical Tools of the Trade 220120
  • Nanotechnology in Medical Science 220120
  • Anatomy 101 220120
  • Physiology DQ Species I 220120
  • EMH 101 220120
  • Know Your Hypospray 220120
  • Know Your Medical Tricorder 220120
  • Medical Ridealong (Thor) 220120
  • Physiology DQ Species II 220120
  • The Cardiovascular System 220120
  • Psychology 101 220120
  • Psychological and Physiological Effects 220120
  • Amnesia 220122
  • Medical Ridealong (Maxwell) 220124
 
  • Introduction to Starfleet Science 220119
  • Anthropology 101 220119
  • Archaeology 101 220119
  • Archaeological Ethics 220119
  • Science Lab Safety 220119
  • Introduction to Biology 220127
  • Oceanography 101 220128
  • Mapping the Stars 220201
  • Astronomy 101 220221
  • Basic Astrophysics 220221
  • Black Holes and Neutron Stars 220222
  • Charting the Four Quadrants I 220222
  • Stellar Cartography 220225
  • Temporal Mechanics 101 220225
  • Tricorder Functions 220301
  • Introduction to Botany 220301
  • Wormholes 220301
 
  • Introduction to Starfleet Security 220125
  • Hand to Hand Combat 220127
  • SEC 102: Branch Org and Structure 220128
  • SEC 203: Interstellar Law 220225
College of Intelligence College of Xenology College of History
 
  • Introduction to Starfleet Intelligence 220201
 
  • Introduction to Xenology 220119
  • Federation Cuisine 220119
  • Human Abductions 220119
  • Introduction to Cultural Studies 220119
  • Religion and Belief Systems 220119
  • Sentient Machines 220119
  • Vulcans I: Origins 220119
  • Vulcans II: The Golden Age 220119
  • Vulcans III: Reformation 220120
  • Intro to the United Federation of Planets 220120
  • Equiner 101 220120
  • Vulcans IV: Culture 220125
  • Betazoid 220125
  • Bolians 220125
 
  • UFS History I: Politics and Pinastri 220119
TRACOM Miscellaneous Weapons Qualifications
 
  • The Field Medic 220120
 
  • Star Trek Universe I 220118
  • Star Trek Universe II 220118
  • Storytelling 101 220127
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