I've played STT for approximately 1 / 1/2 yrs & chose Cmdr T’Pol as an Avatar mainly because
she's one of the few Vulcan female characters also, Jolene Blalock played the part very well.
Another fave Character, is of course, Seven of Nine.. more info on my progress can be found at the DB Forum
Astro 'used' to be in a STT Discord Server, that the name may be familiar, but I've moved on,
Was also more than happy to give them the ++ Points & Ranks files
to carry it on with a different bot & let them know prior of course.
ASTRO MΞTRĮӾ now connects to information via Memory Alpha with detailed info.
For info re Inviting my ASTRO MΞTRĮӾ Bot, Contact Me via PM (or follow Astro's link)
"Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix 01. But you may call me Seven of Nine."
– Kathryn Janeway and Seven of Nine, 2374 ("Scorpion, Part II")
Seven of Nine (full Borg designation: Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix 01) was a Human female who was a former Borg drone. She was born Annika Hansen on stardate 25479 (2349), the daughter of eccentric exobiologists Magnus and Erin Hansen. She was assimilated by the Borg in 2356 at age six, along with her parents, but was liberated by the crew of the USS Voyager in 2374. She joined the crew and returned to the Alpha Quadrant with the starship in 2378.
Seven of Nine born Annika Hansen ; is a fictional character who appears in seasons four through seven of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager. Portrayed by Jeri Ryan, she is a former Borg drone who joins the crew of the Federation starship Voyager. Her full Borg designation is Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix Zero One. The character Seven of Nine arrived just as the character Kes was leaving, and was intended to introduce a foil to Captain Kathryn Janeway in a similar manner as Spock in Star Trek: The Original Series.
Seven of Nine was played by Jeri Ryan for four Voyager seasons. The character was a part of the last four seasons which concluded in 2001 with its seventh season, and Seven was featured in many episodes despite coming later to the series. Seven was introduced in the second part of the episode "Scorpion", the first episode of the fourth season. The character continued to appear throughout the series until the final episode, "Endgame". Stories related to her relationships with Captain Janeway and The Doctor appeared throughout the series.
Several episodes such as "The Raven" explored her background and younger life as Annika Hansen before she was assimilated by the Borg.
T'Pol was born to T'Les and her husband in 2088 (ENT: "Zero Hour") As a child, T'Pol was betrothed to a Vulcan named Koss; their marriage was due to be conducted in adulthood. (ENT: "Breaking the Ice", "Home") Raised in a house near the capital city on Vulcan, young T'Pol had and cared for a pet sehlat. (ENT: "Home", "The Forge") She was also told about family secrets not recorded by her second foremother, T'Mir – who had been an officer in the Vulcan High Command – regarding a duration in which T'Mir had stayed in Carbon Creek, Pennsylvania, after her ship crash landed nearby in 1957. T'Mir had kept her Human purse from Earth and it had become a family heirloom. (ENT: "Home", "Carbon Creek")
During her early career, T'Pol operated as an agent with the Vulcan Ministry of Security. Through this work, she often contacted Klingons within the Klingon Empire who, years later, would help her locate a Klingon penal colony, Rura Penthe. (ENT: "Judgment") One of T'Pol's first assignments for the Ministry was to retrieve seven rogue agents who refused to return to Vulcan. Managing to capture five of the seven she was assigned to locate, T'Pol tracked agents Jossen and Menos to Risa in 2135. There, she killed Jossen but was unable to capture Menos. T'Pol thereafter underwent the Fullara ceremony at the sanctuary of P'Jem, which erased her memory of having killed Jossen, along with any associated emotions. (ENT: "The Seventh")
Later in her life, T'Pol served the Vulcan High Command's Science Council aboard the starship Seleya. She acted as the ship's deputy science officer, working under Captain Voris and alongside Chief Engineer Commander Solin. (ENT: "Impulse") T'Pol also worked with the Vulcan military during the Tomed mission, at which Talok was under her command, as well as for the Ministry of Information on Vulcan. (ENT: "Fallen Hero", "Kir'Shara", "The Expanse") In 2149, T'Pol was assigned to Earth, both as an ambassador to the United Earth government and as an aide to Ambassador Soval. She resided in the Vulcan Compound in Sausalito, where she formed a strong working relationship with Soval. Like him, she believed that Humans were too "volatile" and "provincial" to leave their solar system. (ENT: "Fusion", "The Expanse")
T'Pol was a reluctant member of the crew of Enterprise. Although Starfleet, and especially Captain Archer, wanted to crew the ship exclusively with Humans, they were forced to add a Vulcan officer in order to obtain the Vulcan star charts which allowed them to complete their first mission. T'Pol was highly dubious as to whether Humanity is capable of achieving their aim of exploring the galaxy, but she nevertheless committed herself to assisting Enterprise to the best of her abilities. 🔷