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Anonymous said: I looked up the wolf Vulcan thing, the owner has a lot of equally poorly developed sues through their whole gallery. °~°
Yeah, a lot of times Suethors have more than just one. Like potato chips!
Anonymous said: I don't speak English so I don't think I'm explaining this right
Well, you obviously speak SOME English, or you have a really good translator! ;)
I’m not trying to argue with you or anything. It’s just advice, that’s all. You don’t have to follow it.
Anonymous said: Race is superior in the sense that they're a bit stronger or something, and this kid takes that like times ten. His parents aren't stuck up. And lazy people can get through school. I mean, open up a little to what a person would be like. We all know that lazy guy who gets A's or at least scrapes by.
Yeah, but Starfleet Academy isn’t really the kind of place where you can just “scrape by.” Only those with the best scores on the entrance exams are granted admission, and that includes hyperspace physics, dynamic relationships, and other difficult subjects that probably require a great deal of study. Here’s a list of Academy courses. I think you’re seriously underestimating how difficult it can be.
Anonymous said: What's the best way to go around using a stuck up member of the Q Continuum as an OC?
Q characters are really tough because you need to come up with a reason for why they would even bother interacting with less advanced species. If they’re all-powerful, it’s hard to figure out what they really want.
Anonymous said: OC idea: An adolescent royal from a Federation planet of androgynous beings far more advanced than many races (and I know what you're thinking, but chill), has been cut-off and sent to carry out the Star Fleet education they began (parent's wishes) as a Communications officer (because of course a diplomat would be good at that). They're stuck-up, lazy, vulgar, overly sexual, and has an ego like Audrey II. They're charged with facing the real world outside their cushy castle walls for once.
e_e Eeeeehhh… I think it could be interesting, but if their race is far more advanced, why would they want their child to join Starfleet in the first place? Besides, I don’t think they’d be able to make it through the Academy (or even the entrance exams) if they’re lazy.
Anonymous said: I absolutely love your blog! I talk about it with my father, who has been a huge nerd for star trek since it first came out. The fits he throws over some of the OCs that are submitted here is beautiful! He loves your commentary too!
Oh my goodness, I’m so flattered!! Thank you so much! :D I’m glad I have the approval of a member of the OG, hehehe.
Anonymous said: I have no life either. *nods gravely I'm glad you approve! And that's the idea. I'm going to try and make it as believable as possible. I may submit his full bio for review in the next day or so before I start writing anything for him. I love this blog. <3
Sounds great! Feel free to ask any more questions if you have them. :) That goes for anyone else who needs Star Trek character advice, too!
Anonymous said: I submitted the previous ask about a Vulcan being raised by humans. Thank you for your swift reply! Can I ask if this is more feasible: his parents (both Vulcans in the medical field) came to Earth soon after the birth of their son to aid human researchers in finding cures for diseases that occur in humans and Vulcans. Because of their demanding schedule, my character was raised primarily by a nanny or other human caregiver, but later spent part of his childhood on Vulcan for education?
Haha, I just happened to be online because I have no life. ;)
That actually sounds like a very creative idea! I think it would work. He would probably pick up some human mannerisms that way, much to the chagrin of his parents, I would imagine. XD