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Edward Spears, MD

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Edward Spears, MD last won the day on May 22 2019

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About Edward Spears, MD

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    Doctor of Medicine
  • Birthday April 6

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    Canada
  • Interests
    Anthropology, Ethics, Medicine, Aerospace Engineering

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  1. Tasty travesties are the best kind of Travesties!
  2. The Nova class gets my vote, hands down. A little biased, as I used to sim on one in a different Trek game but there's something intimate about a small survey ship. I feel like you can get a really compelling story going since the crew compliment is so small. I mean, you could put a name and face to every member of the crew quite easily! And that adds to the peril of something happening to any of them! Defiant is choice number two because that thing hits way above its size, and the nose art potential (as mentioned earlier) is just fantastic. Also, it had the best concept patch ever.
  3. It's been a while since I've dropped in to see the new faces! Fantastic to see all of you and a hearty welcome to the fleet! Hopefully I'll have a chance to write with many of you!
  4. Fantastic job to all of this year’s award recipients! Keep being awesome!
  5. This is what I get for having made my own avatar a few years ago, using a stock photo rather than a well known public personality... I can never find any new images to use! One day I might need to find a new Ed Spears... Graphically at least.
  6. I’m going to go a little toward the unexpected here with a choice of “diplomat”, and let me explain why. Choices like “security” and “marines” elicit that knee jerk reaction when thinking of risk. The risk to their personal safety is great in most circumstances. But they are also trained to anticipate and mitigate the risk to themselves and their teams no matter how grave. It’s what they do. Diplomats can incur a whole other level of risk. There is still personal risk, which is harder to mitigate through their typical skill set. They are also considered valuable targets for kidnapp
  7. Oh! And don’t forget to check in on the Medical duty post section of the forum! There’s some good stuff in there, plus a roll call to say hello on!
  8. Outstanding! I wish you many fantastic adventures in medicine! It’s an excellent duty post to sim here.
  9. Doctor Spears recently learned why even medical officers must undertake the famous test. He was faced by a practical no win scenario on his own operating table and it resulted in him losing a patient. The kind of personal characteristics that are assessed in a training setting by tests like the Maru can give an excellent window into the character of any officer. That said the idea of the test being more disguised in the current era makes sense, and also fits how my back story is written. I imagined medical officers would be tested with something catastrophic where none of their skills or
  10. What an incredibly small world! My Opa grew up in Bielefeld before coming to Canada (where I live). Amazing!
  11. Indeed welcome to the fleet! Can we assume based on your user name that you might be playing a fellow medical officer?
  12. Excellent! Given how things go around here you'll never run out of things to do if you go medical!
  13. Nice to meet all of the new faces around here! It's been a while since I've been over here to the forums (something I need to change) so, hello to you all! If you ever find yourselves in the Constitution's neck of the woods, or if you'd like to chat about Star Trek medicine, look me up!
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