Born in Malaysia, Earth, Raj Blueheart was a voracious reader from a young age, and he dived into his studies during his childhood on Earth and later Luna, in part to escape the bullying of his fellow classmates. He attended medical school and worked as a physician with the Earth government as well as participated in various volunteer missions to refugee colonies and war-torn areas before entering Starfleet in 2382.
Since his graduation from the Academy in 2386, Raj served first as a doctor before then taking on the role of counselor and executive officer, all while aboard the USS Discovery-B and her successor the USS Discovery-C. After his commanding officer Captain Tyr Waltas retired in 2391, Raj assumed command of the Discovery briefly before being assigned as commanding officer of the USS Atlantis. A man of eclectic tastes, the Atlantis‘s captain enjoys everything from Klingon opera to 1980s Earth pop-rock and “big hair” bands.
Congratulations to Captain Blueheart! His bio will be displayed on the wiki’s front page for the month of January. This month, our featured nominee belongs to Lieutenant Rendal Rennyn, also of the USS Atlantis.
As always, you can find out more about the contest at its wiki page or in its forum. The next round is now open, so be sure to drop by and submit your nominations!
The Executive Council of UFOP: StarBase 118 is pleased to announce the promotion of Commander Raj Blueheart to the rank of captain. Captain Blueheart has been the commanding officer of the USS Atlantis since January of this year.
Commander Blueheart was a long-time member of the Discovery before that ship was decommissioned and her crew split between the Gemini and Atlantis. Over the course of his long tenure with the group, he received a number of awards, including the Silver Palm and the Sheathed Sword.
Be sure to offer Captain Blueheart your congratulations, and we wish him the best of luck as he moves forward with his command career!
The Top Sims Contest second round run-off is now open for voting. The winning sims from rounds 6 – 12, as selected by our panel of judges, are posted and ready to be voted on by our community. Your votes will determine which sim will go on to the final run-off round to determine the best sim of the year.
So head over to the Top Sims Contest page and make you voice heard. Polling closes at 11:59pm on Sunday, June 29th, so don’t delay!
And while you’re there, be sure to congratulate the each round’s winner:
Finally, don’t forget to nominate some of the great sims that our community is constantly producing. Round 15 is now open for submissions, and the people you think are writing great sims can’t get the recognition they deserve unless you nominate them. The best sim of the year may be here, or it may have yet to be written, the choice is yours.