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|A holographic representation of Chozo by the Krizonar's AI.|
|Full Name:||Actual name unknown|
|Species:||Genetic testing has indicated Human|
|Age:||Genetic testing has indicated 27 years of age|
|Height:||6.7 Feet (2.04216 Meters)|
|Weight:||248 Pounds (112.49091 Kilograms)|
|Eye Color:||Borg Glazed Blue|
|Place of Birth:||Unknown|
|Base of Operations:||U.S.S. Krizonar|
|Occupation:||Independent ship Captain|
|Rank:||Within Starfleet, the rank of Commander would be held|
|Current Assignment:||U.S.S. Krizonar|
Apparently assimilated as a near-newborn during a scuffle with the Borg in 2382, he remembers neither his parents or anything before the Borg. As a drone, he was set up as part of the Borg's newest counter to the Undine, who were faster and much stronger than drones. This gave him a great deal of strength, the only comparable strength being/having been Lieutenant Commander Data. This is also what is responsible for the retractable knife in his right arm. When liberated from the Borg by a Starfleet level 10 forcefield he was mostly just confused, as he had been a Borg all of his life. Eventually settling in and getting used to individual life (very much helped by a food called "Cheese") he attended Starfleet Academy. Using the knowledge of the Borg, he, of course, was nearly instantaneously put into the graduating class and graduated very high in the class at that. He was then assigned to an Ushaan class Escort named the U.S.S. Evangeline, who patrolled Cardassian space. He served for four years as a security officer aboard the Evangeline, eventually making the rank of Commander aboard it after switching to command branch. While on a shore leave to DS9, he hit it big at the Dabo tables, nearly putting the casino out of business as he won hundreds of thousands of latinum. The Evangeline did not have enough spare cargo space to haul the latinum, so he traded it for land on a planet in the Delta Volanis cluster. While checking out the land's statistics, he learned that it contained many valuable materials the Federation was in need of, enough in fact, to build several ships. After his report of the land, he was confronted by Federation officials about the it, wondering if they could have use of it in exchange for services. He made an agreement that he would not only let them use the land, but that they could have it for themselves on one condition; if they built him a ship from it and gave him complete jurisdiction over it. The Federation officials closed the deal, having read the report that they could make ten ships from these materials, it seemed like a rather good trade-off, especially considering how bad these materials were needed with war looming over. This would be the beginning of the Krizonar, which rolled off the assembly line of Utopia Planitia Mars with slight hull, engine, weapon, AI and holoemitter modifications as a "custom Advanced Escort" in 2406. The majority of the crew of this ship are not of Starfleet, but holograms generated by the AI.
To a former Borg, most things are considered wondrous or new. The idea of Holodecks simply did not occur to him before this point and he takes great pleasure in them, as well as a newfound love for Dabo (or is it the Dabo girls?). He also plays the Cello and practices martial arts. Has a pet Tribble named Gus.
Due to having been Borg most of his life, he does not feel very attached to the species surrounding him, therefor he treats all factions based on their actions, this may cause him to switch sympathies, though he is rather simple political wise and prefers to not involve himself much. Likes to be either neutral or friendly towards all factions, except the Dominion, which he is highly volatile towards, as he views them as an evil, ignorant, conquering regime. He has a good standing with the Federation, Romulans and an excellent status with the Cardassians, though the Klingon side of things could use some work, he highly respects Klingons in return.
Major issues with the Jem'hadar, Vorta or Founders attitudes towards other races, which can be a problem, as their forces are commonly found in Cardassian space, friendly territory. Very easily persuaded by his Orion officer, who he has a disposition for. Sometimes this makes him think irrationally when the situation involves her. Will often underestimate opponents since he takes such pride in his ship.