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Faraday J. Euler
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Biographical Information
Race Hapan
Homeworld Terephon
Mother Anita Euler (née Palmer)
Father Cmdr. Jak Euler (Ret.)
Spouse None
Siblings Garik Euler
Children None
Born Year -13 Day 177 (age 31)
Imperial Service
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Imperial Navy
Positions 9th Group Commanding Officer (Y18 D345 - Present)

Training Officer (Y17 D320 - Y18 D89, Y18 D303 - Present)

Recruitment Officer (Y18 D254 - Present)

Prior Service ISMC Moderator (Y18 D66 - Y18 D89)

Fleet Member (Y17 D219 - Y18 D89, Y18 D210 - Y18 D330)

13th Group Executive Officer (Y18 D330 - Y18 D345)

1st Fleet Signals Officer (Y18 D327 - Y18 D345)

Awards 8886_euler.png

Faraday Jacen Euler (/ˈfæ.rəˌdeɪ ˈɔɪlər/; born Year -13, Day 177) is a Hapan male from Terephon. He is currently serving as a Commodore in the Imperial Navy and Group Commanding Officer of the 9th Group.

Early Life

Faraday was born in Year -13, Day 177 to parents Jak and Anita Euler on Hapes. His father served in the Consortium Navy as a commander of a small frigate in the Transitory Mists of the Hapes cluster acting to discourage pirate activity in the sector. His mother was a teacher. Due to his father's service in the Navy, the family was relocated to Terephon in Year -9 -- where Faraday would spend his formative and teenage years before joining the Imperial Military. He has one brother, Garik, aged 23.

Growing up, Faraday rarely spent more than a few years living in one place. Due to his father's career in the Royal Hapan Navy, Faraday often found himself moving between various ground-based and space-bases installations. It was likely this nomadic upbringing that caused him to adopt his chameleon-like personality, and difficulty fitting-in with any one group.

Attack on Terephon

Early in Year 3, a sizable, well-armed pirate group took an opportunity presented by a gap in the Hapan patrols to raid a small city on Terephon. The resulting attack left hundreds dead and forever changed Faraday. He was 16 at the time and had been forced to kill another sentient being for the first time.

Military Career

The Academy

Faraday began his military career at the age of 17 when he enlisted in the Imperial Military and began his attendance at the Imperial Military Academy on Prakith. While there, his primary Training Officer was then-Lieutenant Commander Mordus Nordstroem. During his attendance at the academy, he excelled in both large scale theoretical naval tactics and starfighter piloting; his performance in the simulators and the classroom helped cement his assignment to the Imperial Navy. In Year 17, Day 219 Faraday graduated the Imperial Academy with honours, was promoted to Ensign, and was assigned to the Imperial Navy.

Naval Service

Faraday Euler's active military service began as a starfighter pilot flying security patrols within Imperial territory. Due largely to his performance in the simulators and in live-flight sorties he was immediately assigned command of a squadron of TIE/IN Interceptors aboard a mighty Imperial Star Destroyer -- when normally pilots would be assigned to TIE/LN Starfighters. When his period of on-the-job training and sector patrols came to an end Faraday was reassigned to another Interceptor squadron, this time aboard a Victory Star Destroyer, to begin his military career in earnest.


Towards the end of Year 17, Ensign Euler was involved in a skirmish over Byss that resulted in the loss of two-thirds of the pilots under his command, serious injuries to himself, and being ejected from his interceptor into the vacuum of space. Although his participation in this action was short lived he, and the rest of his squadron, performed admirably. The squadron made 10 kills at the expense of 8 fighters lost, a great feat given their opponents superior armaments and snubfighters. Prior to being rendered inoperative, Ensign Euler shot down three enemy pilots; two short of ace status.

His squadron ensured that a Lambda Shuttle carrying a number of Imperial VIPs made it safely aboard an Imperial vessel. For his actions in the skirmish, Ensign Euler was awarded the Mentioned in Despatches ribbon.

1st Fleet Signals Officer


13th Recon Group Executive Officer


9th Assault Group Commanding Officer



Imperial Academy Training Officer

Late in Year 17, then Lieutenant Junior Grade Faraday Euler was offered the position of Training Officer at the Imperial Academy on Prakith--serving there for four months. In that time he personally oversaw the supervision and training of over three dozen recruits. After four months, Faraday ceased service as a Training Officer before returning late in Year 18--Almost a year to the day later--where he continues to serve.

Imperial Recruitment Officer

At the beginning of the second half of Year 18, Faraday joined the Imperial Centre for Recruitment as a Recruitment Officer, a position he still holds.

Personality & Traits

Amongst the people who know him, Faraday is known as somewhat of a social chameleon - integrating fairly well into nearly any social group or clique. Unlike his peers, however, he feels that he never really fits in with any one group. Due to his military upbringing, Faraday feels right at home within the Empire and quickly assimilated into the culture.

Imperial Service Record

Grade Insignia Rank Time held (Combine Time)
[T-1] MT-1.png Recruit Y17 D211 - Y17 D219
[O-1] MO-1.png Ensign Y17 D219 - Y17 D316
[O-2] MO-2.png Lieutenant Junior Grade Y17 D316 - Y18 D48
[O-3] MO-3.png Lieutenant Y18 D48 - Y18 D223
[O-4] MO-4.png Lieutenant Commander Y18 D223 - Y18 D327
[C-1] MC-1.png Commodore Y18 D327 - Present

Awards and Accolades

Ribbon Name Date Awarded Awarded by Citation
IABG-H.jpg Imperial Academy Basic Graduate - Honours [IABG-H] Y17 D219 Lieutenant Commander Mordus Nordstroem For graduating from the Imperial Academy with a final grade of 95.7%
MID.jpg Mentioned in Dispatches [MID] Y17 D253 Commodore Katar Trilac In recognition of superior work and diligence during Operation: ████████
LOC.jpg Letter of Commendation [LOC] Y17 D294 Commodore Katar Trilac In recognition of excellent progress in advanced and basic training exercises
MOS.jpg Medal of Support [MOS] Y17 D320 Lord Seele For donations to offset GE server costs
LOCx2.jpg Letter of Commendation [LOC] x2 Y17 D350 Commodore Katar Trilac For advanced planning of the defense of the ████████ system during

Operation: ████████, which led to the success of the team

IMM.jpg Imperial Monthly Meeting [IMM] Y18 D21 Director Lord Daniel Ascarion For participating in at least 6 IMMs
GCA.jpg Good Conduct Award [GCA] Y18 D36 Fleet Admiral James Hudson For his efforts in fostering the wider Imperial Community through his self-initiated Festive

Giveaway and displaying the qualities of a fine Imperial through his camaraderie

ISM.jpg Imperial Service Medal [ISM] Y18 D54 ISB-Major General Michael Fish For serving six months in the Empire
LOCx3.jpg Letter of Commendation [LOC] x3 Y18 D54 Rear Admiral Katar Trilac In recognition of his efforts, far out scanning any other pilot in Operation: ████████,

and his exemplary activity level

IAM.jpg Imperial Activity Medal [IAM] Y18 D77 Rear Admiral Katar Trilac For consistently high activity, above and beyond the call of duty, and peerless dedication

to the tasks allotted to him in all group operations

LOCx4.jpg Letter of Commendation [LOC] x4 Y18 D91 Deputy Secretary Angelus Devaron For being super active during the latest Recruit rush and lasting a workload far that

beyond expected of a normal member of the Imperial Academy staff.

MIDx2.jpg Mentioned in Dispatches [MID] x2 Y18 D255 Lord Admiral Graeda L'Annan Awarded for scoring numerous kills during the live-fire mission, Operation: ████████.
MIDx3.jpg Mentioned in Dispatches [MID] x3 Y18 D255 Lord Admiral Graeda L'Annan Awarded for his performance in the routine patrols Operation: ████████ where he

was the first to count NIEs in every system that team 1 was assigned and took over

command of Team 2 in ████████'s absence.

MIDx4.jpg Mentioned in Dispatches [MID] x4 Y18 D321 Lord Admiral Graeda L'Annan Lieutenant Commander Euler has continued to be a steadfast and helpful presence within the unit,

and consistently is ready and willing to assist whenever needed, usually without even being asked.

IAMx2.jpg Imperial Activity Medal [IAM] x2 Y18 D346 Admiral Kef Drenall For efforts nothing short of what a FCO and NSO could want from the FSO post and setting an

example to be followed, as well as a continuing tradition of superior activity in service.

LOCx5.jpg Letter of Commendation [LOC] x5 Y18 D356 Secretary Angelus Devaron For dedicated service as Academy Training Officer.
IOM.jpg Imperial of the Month [IOM] Y18 D357 Grand Vizier Jai Meridan A fine tradition of superior activity and service puts him amongst the best and brightest of our

officers and surely a key part of the Navy's future, as well as making him a candidate that

command had no hesitation with appointing to an operational post.