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Mon Mar 16th, 2020 @ 2:07pm
Lieutenant JG Juliet St. Clair
Name Juliet Emma St. Clair
Position Chief Intelligence Officer
Rank Lieutenant JG
|Physical Description||Juliet short and thin, to the point that she is often underestimated because of her stature. Her natural hair colour is brown but she dyes her hair bright colours, normally blue or purple.
Her fingernails are long, purple, and artificial, the real ones having been removed long ago.
She speaks with an accent from her native Birmingham, in what was once called the United Kingdom before the days of the Empire.
|Father||Roger St. Clair|
|Mother||Katherine St. Clair (née Watkins)|
|Siblings and Other Family||William Sinclair (older brother, 35)
Elisabeth St. Clair (younger sister, 28)
Sophie St. Clair (née Bennett, sister-in-law, 33)
Anne St. Clair (niece, 5)
Personality & Traits
|General Overview||Juliet is driven to succeed, and to succeed visibly. She wants the attention of her superiors, to one day be considered to replace them and climb the ladder. She has no compunctions against lying, stealing, or murdering anyone in between her and her goal, but she doesn’t do so if unnecessary.
|Strengths & Weaknesses||+Master of disguise
+Expert infiltrator and manipulator
-Because of her hair, she stands out when she’s not undercover
-Craves the approval of her superiors
-Hasn’t gotten a good night sleep for over a decade
|Ambitions||When she first joined the Terran Star Navy Intelligence Service, she had no ambitions aside from continuing her work. However, after her great success during the Farius Prime Incident in 2363, after which she was awarded the Empress Sato Memorial Crescent, she began to yearn for further recognition. Her ambition is to one day elevate herself to the post of Director of the Intelligence Service.
|Hobbies & Interests||Juliet is a social person and loves spending time with her contemporaries. She is the rare intelligence officer who can generally be trusted to only lie to you if you’re doing something very wrong, worthy of investigation. She spends her off-hours in public spaces, talking with crew, or sometimes simply reading or people-watching.
|Personal History||Juliet Emma St. Clair was born in 2332 to Roger and Katherine St. Clair, a factory supervisor and a history professor, respectively. She is the middle child, with one older brother and one younger sister. The family was very close and generally happy. They lived in Birmingham, on the island of Great Britain.
By age 12, young Juliet knew already that she wanted to join the Star Navy, but wasn’t certain how best she could serve. She was poor in science and engineering, but had excellent interpersonal skills. She joined the Junior Loyalty Training program, an accelerated education for those seeking to serve the Empire.
On her fifteenth birthday, she noticed something strange at her party. Her older brother Will’s friend Richard was acting distant and strange. He had been friendly with the entire family for years, but today wasn’t acting like it. Juliet decided to look into it. She observed Richard for days, but found only that he was indeed acting differently than usual. Needing more information, she decided to openly flirt with him, telling him that she’d actually had a crush on him for years. He asked her out and she became an important part in his life. Her presence on his arm became more and more typical. And so it was only logical that one night she joined him at a meeting of local youth dissidents, who planned numerous acts of vandalism and sedition. She reported Richard and his friends to Imperial authorities, and they were promptly arrested. The Chief Investigator, a middle-aged woman named Evelyn Porter, encouraged young Juliet to pursue intelligence as her career path in the Navy.
At age 16, Juliet entered the Terran Star Navy Academy’s School of Imperial Intelligence. She was a dedicated student who did well in courses on starship operations but absolutely excelled in Intelligence training. She learned all about gathering information, analyzing it, condensing it into reports for consumption by decision-makers, and coming up with well-informed opinions on the quality of Intelligence reports. She became an expert analyst and after graduation was posted to the ISS Banshee, a Nebula-class ship with a robust signals intelligence apparatus.
A few years later, Juliet returned to Earth for a course on Advanced Infiltration. Here she discovered her true calling. Reminded of her time with Richard, lying to him and with him in the name of the Empire, she learned the art of undercover tradecraft. At the end of the course, she spent six months deep undercover on Bajor, posing as a farmer’s daughter who was trying to open new markets for her father’s goods, some of which were illicit. She successfully identified the leader of an underground drug market on the occupied world.
Juliet was surprised to find that the officer responsible for arresting the drug market leader was none other than Evelyn Porter, now Captain of the ISS Punisher, which regularly patrolled the Bajoran sector. The Captain recognized Juliet and offered her a position in her Intelligence Department, along with a promotion to Lieutenant jg. Under Captain Porter, Juliet and her team gathered significant intelligence for the Empire. She infiltrated gangs on Bajor’s moon. She foiled a bombing plot at a conference on Rigel V. She honeytrapped a local official on more than one planet into becoming intel sources.
In 2361, Captain Porter selected Juliet for a deep undercover mission on Farius Prime, a world that was so corrupt that the Empire could do little to impose order. The Orion Syndicate held most practical power. Under the alias Jane Sinclair, a young woman orphaned when the Empire executed her parents for sedition, she slowly infiltrated a local gang and worked her way into the inner circle of the Orion Syndicate. The Orions supported their armies well; she reveled in pleasures of the flesh and gained significant personal wealth over the span of two and a half years, collecting trophies, weapons, and a small vault of latinum. In late 2363, Juliet finally made contact with the leader of Farius Prime’s Orion Syndicate branch, a large Orion man named Narhal. The night they met, she seduced him, murdered him, and secured his personal database, containing the names of all Syndicate officials on Farius Prime. Using his access codes, she gathered the entirety of the Syndicate into one place and notified her handlers. The ISS Punisher arrived just in time to virtually wipe out the Syndicate from Farius.
For her work, Juliet was brought back to Earth, where she met the Emperor’s right-hand woman, Proconsul Victoria Fairfax. The Proconsul awarded her with the Empress Sato Memorial Crescent, one of the highest commendations for service to the Empire. She adored the praise of her superiors and contemporaries alike, and decided that she wanted to be recognized for her work as much as possible. She was granted entry into an Advanced Command Training program and given the position of Chief Intelligence Officer aboard the ISS Yamato, one of the most powerful warships in the fleet. She was expecting a promotion to full Lieutenant, but she expects she will need to prove herself to her new Captain first.
|Service Record||2344-2349: Junior Loyalty Training
2349-2350: Cadet, Terran Star Navy Academy / School of Imperial Intelligence (Freshman Cadet
2350-2351: Cadet, Terran Star Navy Academy / School of Imperial Intelligence (Sophomore Cadet
2351-2352: Cadet, Terran Star Navy Academy / School of Imperial Intelligence (Junior Cadet
2352-2353: Cadet, Terran Star Navy Academy / School of Imperial Intelligence (Senior Cadet
2353-2356: Intelligence Analyst, ISS Banshee (Ensign)
2356-2357: Advanced Infiltration Training (Ensign)
2357: Deep undercover mission on Bajor (Ensign)
2357-2361: Intelligence Officer and Infiltration Specialist, ISS Punisher (Lieutenant jg)
2361-2363: Deep undercover mission on Farius Prime (Lieutenant jg)
2363-2364: Advanced Command Training (Lieutenant jg)
2364-present: Chief Intelligence Officer, ISS Yamato (Lieutenant jg)