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Commander Fiona McCray

Name Fiona Mary McCray

Position First Officer

Rank Commander

Character Information

Gender Female
Species Human
Age 30

Physical Appearance

Height 5'2"
Weight 105 lbs
Hair Color Red
Eye Color Amber with green flecks
Physical Description To small to warrant as much of an attitude as she has.
People tend not to take Fi too seriously (she's petite and fae looking...harmless) until they have an opportunity to see her in action.


Spouse None
Children None
Father Dr.William McCray
Mother Cmdr. Bonnie McCray
Brother(s) Angus
and Bob
Sister(s) Charybdis, adopted
Other Family A plethora of cousins, Aunts, Uncles Nephews and nieces.

Personality & Traits

General Overview Fi's your standard engineer - she gets along better with engines than she does with people - they're much easier to understand and they generally do what she tells them to do.
A bit of a workaholic she talks to her engines while she works on them...and they are HER's HER ship...the other people are just there to make it move about and to gum up the works. One you get to know her she has a rather wry and wicked sense of humor.
Strengths & Weaknesses Stubborn
hard headed
Hard working
Total girlscout - always prepared.
Chronic overpacker/organized packrat.
Ambitions To have the best ship in the fleet - most records, best run fastest etc etc.
It's all about the ship.
Hobbies & Interests Anything with engines fascinates her.

martial arts - particularly akido and judo.
20th century music
cooking and trying new cuisine
plays guitar and bhodran.

Personal History Fiona grew up in a rambunctious family of medics and engineers. Her Father was a medical officer and her mother an engineer. Her family is pretty much Star Fleet to the core.

Service Record She actually has an outstanding service record with only a few minor brushes with authority.
She was near the top of her class in the Academy

The Bonne Chance was her first outing as a chief engineer.

winner of the purple heart, awarded the Starfleet Medal of Honor posthumously.
one third of the Bonne Chance 3