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Roger Stevens

Name Roger Stevens

Position Chef

Second Position Chef

Character Information

Gender Male
Species Human
Age 30

Physical Appearance

Height 6'2"
Weight 220lbs
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Physical Description Tall, buff and well groomed


Personality & Traits

General Overview A generally pleasant guy, boy scout wouldn't be a bad description of Roger.
Hobbies & Interests Mixed Martial Arts, Cooking and using the Holo-deck to recreate old earth television shows.

Personal History Born on a high gravity world originally populated by humans hundreds of years ago Roger was born with an active genetic marker that was given too the original colonists of his world in order to adapt quickly too the harsher environment. This would normally not have amounted to anything since it was a rare but normal occurrence too his people. However his parents where a part of the now infamous Section 31 and, as a child, he was the unwilling subject of numerous, horrific experiments to tweak and examine that rare genetic marker, all of which where successful in making Roger into effectively a highly adaptable super soldier. The experiments where eventually stopped by an SFI agent by the name of Johnathen Wade and Roger has suppressed the memories of those experiments.

Several years later Roger had attempted to join Star Fleet academy but was rejected as a result of the experiments marking him as genetically modified. It at that time he was contacted by SFI Officer Wade who had the unfortunate duty of informing him of what had happened. The memories had returned, all of them, putting Roger into a deep depression.

A few years of Therapy, hobbies and taking up a profession as a chef Roger had normaled out, but still regretted not being able to join Star Fleet and see the universe. It was then he had met Wade a third time, now retired, who was in need of a good chef for his new lounge upon the USS Victory.
Service Record None: Rejected for service based on Medical History