Lieutenant JG Skot Petryr

Name Skot Petryr

Position Assistant Chief Operations Officer

Rank Lieutenant JG


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Last Post

Sun Apr 30th, 2017 @ 1:03am

Character Information

Gender Male
Species Human/Bajoran
Date of Birth July 17, 2361
Age 27
Place of Birth Hathon, Bajor
Languages Bajoran, Federation Standard, Andorian
Sexual Orientation Homosexual

Physical Appearance

Height 6'0"
Weight 145
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Green
Physical Description While he appears Bajoran, the only way you could truly tell that Skot was half human was if you were to ask. His nose ridges are less pronounced, however, they are still easily noticeable.

He tends to wear his hair tied back in a loose ponytail, so it will stay out of his eyes.


Father Rolin Petryr
Mother Sarah Mazy

Personality & Traits

General Overview Having been raised on Bajor, Skot is highly religious, often being the first one at the temple for worship. He wanted to fit in growing up, so he is a hard worker, despite a problem focusing on tasks, which he attributes to his human side.
Strengths & Weaknesses Strengths
+Hard worker
+Natural when it comes to operations
+Knowledge of both human and Bajoran physiology.

-Has trouble focusing, often needs to be reminded to do things
-Allergy to some Bajoran foods that he eats anyway, despite them inducing vomiting and a rash.
Ambitions He hopes to not only make a name for himself, but find out what happened to his mother.
Hobbies & Interests Playing Baseball

Personal History During the rebuilding process on Bajor, many Starfleet personnel came to help, among them was a doctor named Sarah Mazy. Sarah met a Bajoran man, Rolin, after he fell several feet off of a scaffolding while helping to rebuild a ruined temple. Within a few months, Rolin had recovered, and had relations with Sarah. She remained just 9 months after that, long enough to give birth, before she left him with their baby.

Skot grew up with little knowledge of his mother, having never met her. His father raised him on Bajor, educating him in the culture, and telling him the stories of the prophets. It was in his teenage years that he began to hate his human DNA, and set out to find a solution. The prospective solution he found, having his DNA resequenced, was ended by his father reminding him that the prophets made him that way for whatever reason.

He was introduced to baseball while in the academy, and while he was apprehensive at first, he came to like it. He justifies playing a human sport by arguing that the Emmisary played it, so he can play it too.