Jareth Rodan

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Jareth Rodan
Position Chief Medical Officer
Rank Commander
Species Trill
Gender Male
DOB
Age
Birthplace Trillius Prime

Jareth Rodan


“This is your time, Maz. Rodan is yours now. It's your life to live, go and enjoy it!”

Jareth to next Host - Maz - shortly before he died.


Fourth Host of the Rodan Symbiont, Jareth Rodan was a Commander in Starfleet, holding the position of Chief Medical Officer, and later First Officer, of the USS Alaska. Gentle and understanding, he formed grandfather-like relationships with younger officers and was good at giving patient and wise advice.

Stats


  • Full Name: Jareth Rodan (nee Sahnar)
  • Race: Trill
  • Gender: Male
  • Place of Birth: Mak'ala City, Trillius Prime
  • Birth date: 233409.17
  • Age at Death: 63
  • Cause of Death: Fatal infection by unknown virus
  • Telepathic status: 0

Appearance


  • Height: 5' 12"
  • Weight: 110lbs
  • Build: Average
  • Hair Color: White
  • Length of Hair: Short
  • Goatee Color: Whte
  • Eye Color: Brown
  • Skin Tone: White

Personal History


Jareth was the Fourth Host of Rodan. Joined in 2352, he had a long and distinguished career in Starfleet. He was present for the Battle of Sector 001 and the Dominion War, and treated casualties in both conflicts. He had a wise and gentle nature and was known to be very patient and understanding - something which wasn't said of his previous Hosts.

He was CMO and later First Officer of the USS Alaska, but much preferred his medical duties over his command ones. In 2397 the Alaska was on an exploratory mission to an uncharted sector in the Alpha Quadrant, where the away team encountered a strange and deadly new virus. Despite his best efforts, he couldn't synthesize a cure and the virus proved fatal. The Alaska was able to slipsteam to Trill in order for Rodan to given to the next Host, and Jareth had time to speak to Maz - the next Host - and give him some of his famous grandfatherly advice before he died.


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