Rothfeld, Trevor

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  • Name: Trevor Rothfeld
  • Position: One of many leaders for the Terran Rebellion/Resistance. Former Captain of the destroyed Evangeline.
  • Gender: Male
  • Species: Human, Caucasian
  • Birthdate/Place: 234906.13/Unknown


  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 197 lbs.
  • Hair: Dark
  • Eyes: Gray


  • Parents: Unknown
  • Spouse: None
  • Children: None
  • Siblings: Adam Rothfeld (younger)

What We Know

Trevor is an honorable man. As honorable as you can get in his universe. As the former Captain of the Evangeline, he once led a crew of assorted mercenaries, Terran Resistance fighters and assassins. He was stern, firm and his lust for the opposite sex was insatiable. His former Second in Command was an eldery, disfigured man named Max. It was once rumored that he had an on/off again romance with Ema Saffron, a former member of his crew.

In late 2378, Trevor made a promise to his brother, Adam. Adam was rescued by his older brother in a drugged-induced stuper after his identity was discovered by the Overseer of the mining camp Arista Devar was imprisoned. Heartbroken, Adam decided after he came-to on the Evangeline that he would head back to the camp to rescue his wife and daughter. Trevor was not thrilled by his brother's decision, stating that is was "suicide" and that "he should wait until the dusts settles" before going back. This argument pushed the brothers apart. While Trevor did not back his brother in his mission, he did vow to protect Arista and Jasmine should they return to the Evangeline without Adam.

In 238507, while the Evangeline is sitting idle near a nebula (waiting out repairs and hiding from the Mirror Alliance), they encounter the Eagle. The Eagle had just crossed the barriers of time and space, colliding the two ships and igniting a frenzy between the two crews. Trevor ordered his crew over to the Eagle to pillage the unknown ship and nearly succeeds in dominating them, until he is confronted by the woman he thought was dead: Arista Devar. Because of the vow he made his brother, Trevor leaves the Eagle, much to the disapproval of his men.

Even though he and his crew ceased their takeover, Trevor remained untrusting of his brother's wife, considering her a traitor. He found it disorientating to see her alive and well after seven years of silence, now living a life on the likes of a ship he had never seen before. He openly shows his distaste for her and states that, while she may have abandoned his brother and his neice, he would rescue them. He reveals that Adam and Jasmine are rumored prisoners of Arista's psychotic sister, Alana Lor Gulok.

Trevor is last seen floating about in an unknown vessel, delirious, after the destruction of the Evangeline from an Engineering failure. Most of his crew evacuate to New Haven.

Other Information

SIMmed by Arista Devar

Details to be supplied as revealed by sim.