Name: “Sierra Takamori” ( Icai Sierra Ithiliel )
Affiliation: Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
Rank/Position: Sleeper Agent ( Terran Commander )
An Alliance Deep Covert Sleeper Agent, the woman self identified as Icai Sierra Ithiliel served in the Imperial Starfleet 5 years moving steadily through the ranks as a competent helm officer. After a series of high profile deceptions, she was found responsible for delivering the I.S.S. Albion into Alliance hands before returning to Battle Station 13 in its Aquarius Class Escort. After being named Commander and Commanding officer of that vessel, she initiated a heavy sabotage of the stations weapons research facility and a new form of Transphasic Torpedoes. She was killed during her escape by Beylara Ailes, apparently while resisting arrest in the middle of self righteous monologue.
Analysis of her body after autopsy revealed that she was not Terran but a heavily genetically engineered being; presumably her ancestors once hailed from earth. Most of the results of her autopsy remain classified, as do a series of Japanese Inspired Poetry found in public access aboard the Battle Station at the time of her death.
Name: Johnathon G. Traise
Affiliation: Terran Empire
Additional Info: Johnathon G. Traise is a worm. He is the kind of man who actively subverts to gain an edge. It is perhaps the only thing of his personality that is reliable; aside from extreme anger issues, a short temper, and a predisposition to jump first/figure out a solution later.
His previous record indicate a sudden rise to command after a largely classified incident involving the I.S.S. Khitomer, a trans-dimensional device, and a significant amount of Borg Tech from an alternate universe. However, despite his demands for a ship of his own, he has instead been constantly regulated as Chief Science Officer without a posting in active command. This was further compounded after rescuing the I.S.S. Albion after it had been captured by the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance. His reward for the ship’s rescue was 3 months worth of interrogation and incarceration after it had been found he had been sleeping with Sierra Takamori, who was revealed to be a deep cover agent of the Alliance.
He was transferred to Battle Station Argo as a simple weapons research scientist, a post he disdains marginally less than his last one and regularly complains about lacking a command of his own. His last two years have been spent with him working on a very secretive project, rumored to be an anti-ESPer weapon. But what it exactly is and who it is for is a mystery, as is which “promising” scientist’s deaths he has been responsible for on the way to making it happen.
Name: James Remoi
Affiliation: Terran Empire
Rank/Position: Captain / I.S.S. Albion
Additional Info: James Remoi is your standard swashbuckling, relaxed, Terran Psychopath. Captain of the I.S.S. Albion for the last 5 years, he specifically sought to claim the title to keep it out of the hands of his father Garret’s usurper, Johnathon Traise, who was presumed to have murdered his former mentor aboard the I.S.S. Khitomer. This was not done out of any sense of revenge or duty, as James could have cared less about his father, but was more out of obligation to the principle of the thing. One needs to maintain a legacy, after all.
While his stint as captain has been off and on, including some time presumed dead in Alliance space, he has returned to his ship, the Albion, time and time again. While originally a test bed for his father’s starship designs, the current “Big Al” has found itself refit in the vein of the current Terran Trend of Lexington Class Dreadnought. James, a talented pilot and shrewd Captain, has used her to significant effect. He has maintained his stranglehold of the vessel in no small part to his substantial close quarters fighting experience and technique; in which he is a known dirty fighter.
Johnathon Traise views him as his personal nemesis; James, largely doesn’t seem notice, which is a lie. He is well aware of Traise’s personal vendetta, he just doesn’t care, and uses that fact to bully him relentlessly. Once again, not because he is his father’s killer, but because it is hugely just entertaining.
Name: Tulon AKA: “Tulon Murdergalley”
Affiliation: Slave / Formerly Independent Pirate
Rank/Position: Slave ( Former Captain )
Additional Info: The thoroughly brainwashed slave, answering to Tulon, is a bit of a mystery. The Tellarite appeared aboard Battle Station 13 roughly a three and half years ago with a regular shipment of slaves and a constant capacity to mumble. The mumbling stopped after an… encounter… and deep brain dive from Inquisitor Ailes, and he has been nothing more than an obedient and down right empty headed slave since.
Genetic testing revealed a hit from a criminal database that Tulon was at some point known as “Tulon Murdergalley”, a deep space pirate captain of some renown for his giant beard, theatrics, and colorful language. The name Murdergalley coming from his rumored eating of those who refused to join his crew. Such events were never proven, or dis-proven. The strange part is there was no report of his defeat or capture by a member of the Empire.
How Tulon Murdergalley ended up in servitude, let alone Battle Station 13, or became a perfect slave is utterly unknown. But he is quiet now and does his job.
Name: Kul of House Krag’gor
Affiliation: Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
Rank/Position: Dahar Master
Additional Info: Kul was born into a well established and strong House on Qo’noS, he was given the finest tutelage in both academia and war available. True to form he was not meeked, despite such privilege, and proved to be a model Klingon Noble Heir.
He volunteered for war service as soon as he could, and worked for years through the ranks to prove his worth before relying on his name and house like many others. Eventually he rose to position captaining the Kristak against not just the Terran Empire, but any enemies of the Alliance. He gained particular notoriety for consistently extending principles of honorable combat and chivalry to his foes. In fact, the title of Dahar Master was first bestowed upon him for that fact, and largely because many viewed his strict reliance to those ways would result in an early death.
But, he is not dead, yet, and perhaps the closest thing to a Paladin of the Alliance as you could get. He still keeps up with his academic studies, particularly Maths and Painting, and considers himself a Polymath.
Name: Sogun “The Smith”
Additional Info: Sogun is an Orion independent ship collector and master shipwright of her own private shipyards. She has largely been able to maintain her independent status via secrecy and being good at what she does; starship repair, retrofit, refit, and design. Her station, an old Orion facility, is surrounded by her collection of starships, and an active queue of vessels waiting for repairs or upgrades. She has been known to affiliate with Kul of House Krag’gor in the past, and has worked enough for the Alliance that her independence has been questioned.
Name: Pecius Ir-Romulus
Additional Info: Not to be confused with the mild mannered, dark haired romulan slave seen aboard Battle Station 13, nicknamed “peace” in a mockery of his countenance (Pecius Ir-Romulus is, after all, blond).
A few small details have leaked about “Pecius Ir-Romulus” aside from the place of his birth, the homeworld. Pecius (Meaning “Peace” in Latin) is rumored to be the codename assigned by the Empire to a particularly calm Tal’Shiar agent, from some kind of deep family based network serving in that branch the Romulan Empire. While not notorious enough to warrant much attention, what reports of him indicate a very interesting and select group of known associates within the espionage agency.