|Hair Color:||Dark gray|
|Height:||6 foot 1|
|Skin Color:||Light Gray|
|Current Position:||Security Officer|
Ro'Dal keeps her straight shoulder-length hair combed back in a tail or braided while on duty, the silver streak runs from the middle of her brow straight back. She is high-browed like all Takarans with dark, greyish blue markings on her ridged brow, nose and chin that resemble tattoos. She is fairly tall and wiry.
Abandoned as an infant at their door, Ro'Dal was raised by a militant religious sect who used her as a drudge; doing menial tasks and laboring in the community kitchens. Whenever she could, she would hide and observe the young initiates in their combat training, and then practice what she had seen until she perfected it when she had her free time. At the age of thirteen she escaped and made her way to the closest city where she enlisted in the Takaran Security Force's Cadet program where she excelled in unarmed combat and weaponry skills.
Self-educated, her rudimentary writing and reading skills were improved during the years she spent as a Takaran Security Force's Cadet due to her determination and dedication to learning.
Spent nine years in the Security Forces and then applied for entrance into Starfleet when Takara joined the Federation. She was the first Takaran to be accepted into the Academy where she specialised in Security/Tactical procedures.
Nothing major has befallen her, healthwise.
Loves to read and write and discovered she has a talent for pottery making. She swims a lot for exercise and enjoyment and works out in the gym or holodeck on a daily basis, duty permitting.
Excels in cryptology and cryptography, and various martial arts
Takarans internal organs are not as distinct as those of most humanoids - their organ systems are much more evenly distributed around their bodies, resulting in Takarans having a very high resistance to injury. Takarans also have voluntary control over their own physiology down to a cellular level and can place themselves in a form of stasis resembling death. They can put one part of their body in stasis at a time. For example, if part of the body was destroyed then they could slow the injury in that area, unaffecting them. They have three hearts and an extra dense skeletal structure.