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Star Fleet Officer Training

Post by Orvost » Mon May 04, 2020 2:21 am

PRE-ACADEMY DEVELOPMENT

Your Star Fleet career begins at the age of 18 with your background skills. These represent your personal interests and education prior to entering Star Fleet Academy. Divide your character’s INT score by 10 and round down for the number of skills that can be increased. A skill may be chosen twice to reflect a deep interest and advanced training. Half must be chosen from the educational background skills and the other half from the personal development skills. For skills marked with an *, which require more specific designations, choose the designation as well. Each skill chosen receives a skill rating of 7.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND SKILLS
Computer Operation
*Language
*Life Sciences
*Medical Science (First Aid Only)
*Physical Sciences
*Planetary Sciences
*Social Sciences
*Space Sciences
*Trivia

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT SKILLS
*Artistic Expression
Carousing
Communication Systems Operation
Communication Systems technology
Computer Technology
Electronics Technology
*Gaming
*Language
Leadership
*Marksmanship, Archaic Weapon
Mechanical Engineering
Negotiation/Diplomacy
*Personal Combat, Armed
Personal Combat, Unarmed
*Planetary Survival
*Sports
Streetwise
*Trivia
*Vehicle Operation

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Post by Orvost » Mon May 04, 2020 2:25 am

STAR FLEET ACADEMY

Your character enters the Academy at the age of 18. The academic studies at Star Fleet Academy are broken into five groups. First is the Core Curriculum or general studies. Second is the Space Science Curriculum, which lets your character leave the academy with a degree in Space Sciences. Third are the skills required of Star Fleet Officers, called Officer Training. Fourth is outside electives or the extra-curricular interests you pursue during your Academy years. Finally, you have the higher level courses you pursue in Advanced Study.

CORE CURRICULUM
Computer Operation 20
*Language 15
*Life Science one at 10
*Physical Science one at 10
*Planetary Science one at 10
Social Science:
Federation Culture/History 15
Federation Law 15

SPACE SCIENCE CURRICULUM
*Space Science
Astronomy 10
Other Space science two at 10
Damage Control Procedures 10
Environmental Suit Operation 10
Starship Sensors 10
Transporter Operation Procedures 10
Zero-G Operations 10

OFFICER TRAINING CURRICULUM:
Instruction 10
Leadership 10
Marksmanship, Modern 20
Medical Sciences, First Aid 10
Small Equipment Sys. Operation 10
Personal Combat, Unarmed 20
Personal Weapons Technology 5

OUTSIDE ELECTIVES
Choose 5 electives from the list and add 10 points to each:
*Artistic Expression
Carousing
*Gaming
*Marksmanship, Archaic Weapon
Negotiation/Diplomacy
*Personal Combat, Armed
Shuttlecraft Pilot
*Sports
Streetwise
*Trivia

ADVANCED STUDY
Take the character’s INT, divide by 10 rounding up, then add 5. That is the number of skill advancements the character can allocate to any skill that already has a number value on the character sheet. Skills may be chosen more than once to improve them even further. Each allocated advancement is 7 points.

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Post by Orvost » Mon May 04, 2020 2:31 am

BRANCH SCHOOL

After graduating from Star Fleet Academy at the age of 22, your character chooses a service branch school to attend. The character’s future career will be determined by this choice. Like the Academy, branch school will have a core curriculum, outside electives, and advanced study. Communication/Damage Control, Helm, Navigation, and Security branch schools take one and one-half years. Engineers, who have more skills to learn, take two and one-half years at their branch school. Medical and Science officers take three and one-half years, studying for the equivalent of an advanced degree in their field of study. Medical Officers graduate with an M.D. degree. Science officers graduate branch school with a D.Sc. degree.

Communications/Damage Control Branch School Curriculum
Communications Systems Operation 40
Communications Systems Technology 10
Computer Technology 10
Damage Control Procedures 30
*Language 30 total points, divided any way
*Racial Culture/History 30 total points, divided any way

Engineering Branch School Curriculum
Space Science (Astronautics) 10
Communications Systems Technology 10
Computer Technology 10
Deflector Shields Technology 10
Electronics Technology 10
Life Support Systems Technology 10
Mechanical Engineering 10
Personal Weapons Technology 5
Shuttlecraft Systems Technology 10
Small Equipment Systems Operation 10
Starship Weaponry Technology 10
Transporter Systems Technology 10
Warp Drive Technology 10
Specialties (from above skills) three at additional 30
one at additional 10

Helm Branch School Curriculum
Starship Combat Strategy/Tactics 10
Starship Helm Operation 40
Starship Sensors 10
Starship Weaponry Operation 40
Starship Weaponry Technology 10
Warp Dive Technology 10

Medical Branch School Curriculum
Computer Operation 20
*Language 20
*Life Science three at 10
Life Support Systems Technology 10
*Medical Science
General Medicine
Specialty Race 60
Other Races total of 40
Psychology
Specialty Race 40
Other Races total of 40
Other Specialties total of 50
Small Equipment Operation 10

Navigation Branch School Curriculum
Computer Operation 20
Deflector Shield Operation 40
Deflector Shield Technology 10
*Space Science
Astrogation 40
Others two at 10
Starship Sensors 10

Science Branch School Curriculum
Computer Operation 30
Computer Technology 10
Electronics technology 10
Environmental Suit Operation 20
*Language 20
*Sciences (except Medical and Social)
Related Majors two at 40
Minors two at 30
Other fields four at 10
Any field total of 20
Starship Sensors 30

Security Branch School Curriculum
Environmental Suit Operation 10
Social Science (Federation Law) 5
Marksmanship, Modern 20
Personal Combat, Unarmed 20
Personal Weapons Technology 5
Medical Science (Psychology, native) 10
Security Procedures 40
Shuttlecraft Pilot 20
Small Unit Tactics 20

Branch School Outside Electives (Everyone)
Choose two new skills, or two skills from the character’s existing skill list. Add 7 to each skill.

Branch School Advanced Training (Everyone)
Subtract 50 from the character’s INT, divide that number by 10 rounding down. The total is the number of increases the character can make to any skills learned or improved at Branch School. Each Increase is 7 points.

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Post by Orvost » Mon May 04, 2020 2:33 am

CADET CRUISE

Upon completing Branch School, the Cadet is sent on a 6-month cruise aboard a Starship, where his or her performance is evaluated. During the cruise, the officer-in-training carries the rank of Midshipman. It is a mark of special achievement to be passed and promoted to Ensign after only one Cadet Cruise. Sometimes Cadets will not have sufficiently demonstrated themselves in a single cruise and will be required to take a second or possibly third 6-month cruise.

Of course, the choicest Cadet Cruise ship assignments are in Galaxy Exploration Command, especially aboard the new-fangled Constitution-Class heavy cruisers. Military Operations Command assignments are also desirable. Colonial Operations Command, and Merchant Marine Command are the least desirable assignments for most Cadets. Our adventure will begin on your Cadet Cruise.

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