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Lieutenant Nathalie Inarvsdottir

Name Nathalie Inarvsdottir

Position Chief Medical Officer

Rank Lieutenant


Character Information

Gender Female
Species Klingon
Age 27

Physical Appearance

Height 5'11
Weight 155lbs
Hair Color White
Eye Color Motley blue grey
Physical Description A lightly tanned complexion as is found in most Klingons, but Nathalie is albino and her skin holds to a milkier hue than her kindred. She has a slender athletic build but with the classic Klingon features.

Family

Spouse None
Children None
Father Inar Bjarnsson, 56
Mother Magda Gelisdottir, 53
Brother(s) Bjorn Inarsson, 32
Sister(s) Meli Inarvsdottir, 29

Personality & Traits

General Overview Nathalie shows great self control and is a generous and kind doctor. She chooses to remain a private person while on assignment and this has, at times made it beyond difficult to make friends.
Strengths & Weaknesses She has an intense love of culture and sports.
Some that see her at a glance may consider her mannerisms cold and closed but she loves her work and healing others.
Ambitions Currently none passed her assignment and to grow within her position as Chief Medical Officer.
Hobbies & Interests Martial Arts, swimming, running, horse riding, archery, meditation, study of alien culture/society

Personal History She was born to a working class Klingon family who feared both for her well fare and safety. She was then handed to the Federation Adoption Agency as a newborn. The information pertaining to her parents and extended family where closed and deemed classified information by Federation Adoption Agency.
Nathalie was not named until she was adopted readily by Inar and Magda, a couple with two children of their own and living in an outer lying town in the Swedish country.
Nathalie, or Nat as she became to prefer, spent a lot of her childhood as an active member in several clubs and classes of sports. Her school work was another main focus that she leaned to and excelled at, especially when, in her high school years she began her study of biology and the general sciences. Along with these studies, she found a natural talent for language and began a love affair with many kinds of cultures.
Graduating as one of the school's valedictorians, Nat excelled in her testings and was vetted then entered the Academy.