Ensign Creet Berenez is currently serving as an Engineering Officer aboard the USS Constitution-B.
LCARS Starfleet Personnel Profile
- Height: 5'8
- Weight: 190 lbs
- Hair: dirty blond
- Eyes: light blue
- Build: plump and fleshy
- Face: aside from Creet's Zakdorn markings, he wears a visor to help his eyesight that feeds a steady stream of data about the environment before his right eye
- Carriage: haughty, cunning, competitive, quiet
- Off-Duty Clothing: traditional gold-yellow Zakdorn robes
- Voice: quiet and intense
- Handedness: ambidextrous (self-taught)
- Personal Quarters: sparse other than his bed and an enormous computer and gaming console taking up the majority of his living area
LCARS Starfleet Personnel Biography
Creet is the son of two high ranking officials in the government administration, both holding offices in Data Analytics and Internal Diplomacy. On Zakdorn Creet was one of the highest ranking competitors in his cohort, which garnered him a one-in-a-million chance to apply to Starfleet and train at the campus on Earth, as his people feel that only the brightest and most talented should be allowed to work among other species in order to guard the Zakdorn reputation for supreme intelligence.
While excelling in his coursework, with a Major in Engineering (a focus on programming) and a Minor in Science (a focus in mathematics) Creet, for the first time in his life, found himself struggling with both the physical demands of Starfleet training and in his social dealings as well. As a Zakdorn he had been raised to treat ever social interaction like a game in which one should always emerge with an advantage over their opponent, so he found the concept of making friends and socializing for fun alien. He did, however, become involved with several computer gaming extracurriculars where he excelled, although made few friends in doing so.
With a speciality in data processing systems and systems analysis he was almost assigned to low-level bureaucratic work as part of Starfleet Command, but he requested field work and was snatched up by Lieutenant Sarolk of the Constitution just after the starship had been refitted. His task, as part of the Engineering Systems Programming Office was to assure that the Constitution was operating within acceptable parameters, and he has done his job admirably, if obsessively.