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Ensign Hawthorne Morgan

Name Hawthorne Morgan

Position Intelligence Officer

Rank Ensign

Character Information

Gender Male
Species Human
Age 31

Physical Appearance

Height 6'0"
Weight 200
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Physical Description Hawthorne has a natural tan to his body due to his ancestry. He is muscular, but not overly so as he frequently complains about a layer of blubber around her waist he just can't get rid of. He stays clean-shaven at the request of his wife, a data analyst currently teaching at the Academy, but prefers to use an old-fashioned double-edged safety razor recommended to him by a friend.


Spouse Norah

Personality & Traits

General Overview Hawthorne is generally laid back and somewhat non-confrontational. He has things that get under his skin and these cause him to get frustrated.
Strengths & Weaknesses He can stay focused on a task, but this focus also causes him to have tunnel vision and miss other important things.
Ambitions Hawthorne hopes to work as a chief intelligence officer or serve in a more formal capacity at command developing new techniques for managing intelligence information.
Hobbies & Interests Hawthorne discovered disk golf while studying at the academy. Having lost his more advanced skills in most sports due to an injury, he found this to be challenging enough to enjoy but also not as strenuous as other activities.

Hawthorne also enjoys performing penetration tests on computers to help ensure they are secure. This frequently puts him at odds with some Security officers, who have also on occasion tried to convince him to change positions. However, he remains dedicated to his intelligence position.

Personal History Fascinated with sports as a child, Hawthorne expected this would be his future. Any sport available to him growing up, he made an effort to participate. But around his 14th birthday, he experienced a serious injury to his right knee. Although repaired, it left him weaker overall in his athletics and forced him to focus elsewhere. This led to an interest in intelligence.