Biography for Vacant Unaru Castigan, a Male Human aged 36
who is assigned to the Starbase Geneva
updated this biography on 2008-07-06 03:53:41
Character Physical Description

Unaru Castigan

Eyes : Blue Weight : 140 IBS
Hair : Black Skin :


Height : 6 foot 3 Blood : Red
Unaru is an athletically built Masai tribesman, his face bears the marks of tribal scarification but his eyes are an unusual piercing blue.
History, Education and Skills
Family and Background :

An Il-ikumai Masai tribesman by his birthright, he is decended from a long line of warrior caste, his family having held their own area of land for over 600 years.



Educated in Politics, his aspirations to sit in high government were realised when he was appointed aide to president Rondar Nell before his overthrowing by Admiral Doenitz`s forces.

Pre-Starfleet History



Starfleet History



Medical History


Castigan is in peak condition for his age.



Unusually for a politician, Unaru is skilled in the art of the bow & his accuracy with speared weapons borders upon the mystical.

Other Information
Hobbies :

Unaru is a keen chess player & is a noted master in the three dimensional variety.

General Notes


Unaru remains one of Nells most trusted aides, he was instrumental in securing the means for Rondars escape from a well hidden prison camp, based on an undisclosed planetoid somewhere within the Nequencia Alpha system.

Awards :
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