Star Trek: The Alpha Frontier
Star Fleet Skills List S
- the Science skill covers not just knowledge, but also the practical application of that knowledge (where such practical application is possible. There are a long range of specialties and this list is by no means comprehensive. Employing a Science specialty as a compliment to an active skill can either provide a Blue Shift to the Flux roll (such as using Biology as a compliment to Medic skill when treating an injured crewman) or cancel a Red Shift to the Flux roll (such as using Xenology as a compliment to the Medic skill when treating an unknown life form).
Archaeology: The study of ancient civilizations through physical artifacts
Astronomy: The study of stars and celestial phenomena
Biology: The study of living organisms
Chemistry: The study of matter at the atomic, molecular, and macromolecular levels.
Cosmology: The study of the Universe and it’s creation
Cybernetics: The study of blending living and synthetic life
Economics: The study of trade and markets
Genetics: The study of genetic code and engineering.
History: The study of the past as seen through documents and records
Linguistics: The study of languages and means of communication
Logic:The study and investigation of the principles governing correct or reliable inference.
Philosophy: The rational investigation of the truths and principles of being,knowledge, or conduct.
Physics: The study of the fundamental forces in the universe
Planetology: The study of the formation and evolution of planetary bodies
Psionicology: The study of Psionic powers and phenomena
Psychology: The study of thought and society
Robotics: The study of robot construction and use
Sophontology: The study of intelligent living creatures
Xenology: The study of life forms alien to current science
- Skill in operating and safely handling watercraft._
- Skill in moving and staying unseen, unheard and unnoticed.
- The steward skill covers the correct protocol in managing and serving civilian and state functions on board ship. It is a broad skill, covering most situations which do not require direct negotiation (meal planning, tailoring, forms of address, diplomatic arrangements, etc…)
- This skill reflects an understanding of the urban environment and the power structures among the underworld and criminal elements.
- The survival skill reflects training in adapting to the wilderness. It provides techniques in building shelter, finding food and drinkable water, avoiding exposure to the elements. This skill also allows for a general identification of native flora and fauna in the environment (ex.. marks that indicate a predator’s hunting territory, or whether or not a given plant is poisonous).