Addyson Ellen Martin
Addyson Martin, a civilian Human, was the former ward of Commander Raj Blueheart.
- Full Name: Addyson Ellen Martin
- Current Rank: Civilian
- Race: Human
- Date of Birth: 237602.08
- Place of Birth:
- Gender: Female
- Height: 1.52 meters
- Weight: 41.2 kg
- Hair Color: golden
- Eye Color: blue
- Spouse: none
- Children: none
- Father: Baxter Martin
- Mother: Sophie Martin
- Siblings: None
Addyson Ellen Martin, or Addie as she is more popularly known, was a 10-year-old Terran child whose parents, Baxter and Sophie Martin, became casualties of the dreaded Morrin virus infection.
Then physician Dr Raj Blueheart was the couple's longtime friend who blames himself for not picking up the Morrin virus central nervous system infection in the couple until it was too late. The couple contracted the disease while surveying a desolate outpost on the fringes of Federation space. Addie also contracted the disease, but since Dr Blueheart was able to diagnose the infection in time, her life was saved despite rendering her comatose for 4 years. Nevertheless, the scars of the infection in her pituitary-amygdala region has mysteriously heightened her sense of awareness, turning her into an empath ( and possible telepath as she grows older).
She had decreed herself as friend and guardian to Hannibal and Hudson, the Discovery-B's grey wolf and bald eagle mascots, respectively.
238804.05: While on a mission to the Reman Planet of the Long Night, Addie is bitten by vampires and is turned. Though the infection that causes vampirism is controlled, she is forever changed, with powers even she does not know she has, including telepathy and telekinesis. Shunned by the crew as a freak, she considers the Reman bartender Sister Cruella as her only true friend.
238910.25: Addie leaves the USS Discovery-C while the ship was docked at Deep Space 285. No one knows if she will return someday.
239112.15: Addie poisons Lt Emerson Ravenscroft to get even with Captain Raj Blueheart.
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