- 2 Mission Posts
Tue Nov 12th, 2019 @ 9:00pm
Name Cecile Cassiadore Cashwell
|Physical Description||Cecile is an attractive woman with an athletic build. She is of medium height and weight. She has brown hair and green eyes. Typical attire depends on the situation, as she tends to dress for the task at hand. Aboard ship she tends toward standard working rig of boots, ship suit and often a flight jacket: basically utility clothing with lots of pockets.
Off duty attire can be almost anything. Or nothing.
|Father||Christopher David Cashwell|
|Mother||Marian Valorie Cashwell-Shaw|
|Other Family||Her Crew|
Personality & Traits
|General Overview||Cecile is a well spoken, boisterous woman who tries perhaps a bit too hard to be the captain she thinks she should be. She's generally warm and friendly but with her crew keeps a distance and constantly crosses back and forth between being too familiar with those serving aboard and playing the detached officer.
That's hard for her and while other freighter captains tell her it'll get easier, she's rather impatient for that to happen. As a result, while in port (once the work is done) she'll disappear for a day or two and pub-crawl and more often as not find herself in some sort of trouble.
Thus she's always glad to be back aboard the Luck.
|Strengths & Weaknesses||+Well traveled
|Ambitions||To own her own ship someday|
|Personal History||Cecile grew up the daughter of a diplomat assigned to Orion Space. When she was young enough to get away and not get caught right off, she spent a lot of time running the markets and even made a few friends on the seamier side. As she grew older and bolder, she of course had to make her parents life tough and dated, hung out and generally explored waht the other side of life had to offer.
A daddy's girl and only child, her father tried in vane to get her to follow a brighter path, but she chose the path like she liked her partners. Mysterious, with a hint of danger mixed with a bit of whimsey and trouble scattered freely. When she refused Star Fleet or any other institution of learning, he finally talked her into joining the Federation Merchant Marine, where she spent six years traveling to the outer edges of Federation space. These runs contacted to deep space explorer ships and far flung star bases. Though she learned more about people, she found she was more gregarious and less explorer, and turned her eyes inward. At the end of the six years, she'd earned her master's license (with a lot of cutting of red tape from her father) and was on the verge of buying into a freighter when the opportunity to run a vessel for a family friend came to light.
She's been running the Just My Luck for two years now.