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Captain Takami Karibuchi

Name Takami Karibuchi

Position Commanding Officer- USS Hornet

Rank Captain

Character Information

Gender Female
Species Human
Age 36

Physical Appearance

Height 5'5"
Weight 120 lbs
Hair Color Chocolate Brown
Eye Color Hazel


Spouse None
Children None
Father Lieutenant Commander Yuta Karibuchi [currently serving as Chief Operations Officer aboard the USS Republic (NCC-81371)]
Mother Lieutenant Commander Miki Karibuchi [currently serving as Chief Flight Control Officer aboard the USS Republic (NCC-81371)]
Brother(s) None
Sister(s) Commander Hikari Karibuchi [Younger- currently serving as Commanding Officer of the USS Yorktown (NCC-91781)]
Other Family Kenji Karibuchi [Uncle - currently works as the manager of the Harry F. Cooke Lounge aboard the USS Missouri (NCC-78316)]
Hideo Karibuchi (Cousin - 9 years old)

Personality & Traits

General Overview Despite her immature features, Captain Karibuchi is a cheerful, efficacious individual who always faces her problems with a positive attitude. She feels confident in speaking to anyone as if they were her equal, and isn't above dropping rank outside of instances where it is of absolute necessity. As such, she's fostered something of a cordial work environment aboard the Hornet, where officers typically refer to one another by their first name.

Since first taking the Kobayashi Maru test, Captain Karibuchi has been fascinated by the collaborative principles of working together as a team. As such, she has made it her personal mantra aboard the Hornet that "no idea shall be disregarded as a bad idea"- that is to say, no matter how ludicrous or unfeasible the suggestion, she's open to hear it out, and even put it into action if no alternative solution can be devised.

In combat, Captain Karibuchi has shown herself to be full of vim and vigor; her fighting spirit often sees the Hornet leading the charge into battle, and the intense loyalty she commands from her crew fosters a level of tactical coordination that's rarely witnessed aboard Starfleet ships. The high quality of life, coupled with near-impeccable combat precision, as earned the Hornet the nickname of "Happy Hornet," in partial honor of its ancestor, CV-8.