Chief Engineering OfficerSpecies:
Born to a society where the males were little more than cattle beneath their secretive female overlords, before his 'liberation' to Starfleet, Mehor had made little to no decisions for himself. Not particularly physically strong in his teens, Mehor instead took to engineering, or at least tinkering, in his service of those who controlled him, through culture, force and pheromones. As time passed his ability developed into great skill and interest, self-teaching to a complexity usually seen only at the highest levels of education, even at Starfleet. This made him a very useful, expensive asset, and the female ruler who's life he was bound to, sold him on to pirates as part of a particularly lucrative business deal. From then, at the age of 16, he would spend his days in the overbearing heat and grime of the Pirate ship 'Cable's engine rooms. Unable to quite connect his own efforts with the murder and theft committed by the pirates, who he served, Mehor detached himself from the harsh reality of his existence, throwing himself into the interesting world of technology. Little did he know, that the upgrades he installed, across the ship, allowed the Cable to earn its name as one of the top targets of Starfleet, something that would come to ahead shortly before his 23rd birthday, if he, or indeed anyone else, had kept track of such things.
By the time Starfleet managed to successfully disable the Cable, Mehor had become a young man befitting of his species, spending what time he was not working on the ship keeping up his physical fitness, he developed the physical form that would have set him aside for a militant role had he been born with it. When Starfleet struck, one of their main targets was the technological 'genius' who had upgraded the Cable, originally looking to place most of the associated blame on the individual. When it was discovered he was a slave, he was instead 'freed', on the condition he enrol with Starfleet. An agreement, despite the face he had no real concept of what liberty meant, he agreed to, quite obviously, rather than suffer legal blame. The only condition he managed to include on his own behalf was that he would not have to sit through pointless formal training, which he had long outstripped, beyond safety and discipline measures. Now a loyal, if isolated member of Starfleet, he has prepared for his first true posting.