space the final frontier

Your Fleet Position by Zodiac

Aries: Captain true and through, Leader by heart.

Taurus: Chief of Security red-shirt, quick to protect and to keep people safe. Lieutenant Commander.

Gemini: Navigator or pilot, Multi-faceted with many abilities and a love for chatting it up. Ensign.

Cancer: Medical officer, Lieutenant Commander or lower. Nurturing and caring to any and all. 

Leo: Captain of any field track, but more likely to be some alien royalty with a love for the dramatic. 

Virgo: Yeoman, probably in sciences but could be command or red-shirt. Meticulous and instinctive.

Libra: Communications officer who likes being Lt. Cmmd. but could totally run a whole ship by themselves tbh. 

Scorpio: Red Shirt or science officer (security/coms/engineering) Make a great first officer, too insensitive for medical or command  though.

Sagittarius: Makes a great admiral, ambassador. That or a really outspoken command track officer who some how gets quickly promoted to fleet admiral.

Capricorn: Straight up Science officer with no desire for command, but could effortlessly take captaincy despite it.

Aquarius: Some chief of Engineering buff who makes history. You’re the zefram cochrane of this institution. 

Pisces: Some type of therapist, cook, or engineer aboard your ship. You probably would be totally okay with being an ensign your whole life. 

“[W]e just want to take it forward with the spirit of the TV show. And it’s a story about frontierism and adventure and optimism and fun, and that’s where we want to take it, you know. Where no man has gone before – where no one has gone before, sensibly corrected for a slighter more enlightened generation.” – Simon Pegg on writing Star Trek 3

“Every one of us is, in the cosmic perspective, precious. If a human disagrees with you, let him live. In a hundred billion galaxies, you will not find another.” 

“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”  “We are all stardust”
 ~ Carl Sagan ~

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