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Other Characters: Jax Teller

Character Name: Emergency Medical Holographic Program
Series: Star Trek: Voyager
Age: Active for 7 years; Modeled on a man in his late 40's.
From When?: After the USS Voyager reaches the Alpha Quadrant.

Inmate/Warden: Warden - The Doctor has a strong set of morals and principles programmed into him. He is, at heart, a doctor. One who will try his utmost at his given task until it is complete, or there is no hope. He will apply this programming to his role as a Warden. He also has experience in assisting people to recover normal lives, notably with the ex-Borg Drone, Seven of Nine.
Item: A TR-590 Mark XI Medical Tricorder

Abilities/Powers: The Emergency Medical Holographic Program is programmed with the medical knowledge of all of the member worlds of the United Federation of Planets, and over five million surgical proceedures. The Doctor has all this knowledge, as well as from the 7 years traversing the Delta Quadrant on-board the USS Voyager.

The Doctor has also expanded his program to include many other aspects. He's a keen opera enthusiast, and his programming allows him to practice this to an expert level. He is also a published author, and also a skilled photographer. He enjoys taking holo-photography and composing talks and seminars regarding the images he's captured.

Being a hologram, the Doctor's physical form is entirely light-based, "force fields" are responsible for the Doctor to be able to interact with physical objects. He can lower and raise these forcefields at will to phase through solid matter.

Personality: The Doctor is intelligent, and he is fully aware of his status as a hologram. He holds no illusions over being human or mortal, but does strive to expand his programming beyond medical expertise.

When he was activated, he was treated as a tool, having no control over his activation subroutines, as such, he was brisk, uncaring and irritable. He had next to no bedside manner, and treated most of his medical achievements with disdain, often stating that a certain proceedure would have earned him a certain award if he had been in the Alpha Quadrant.

With Kes as a medical student and nurse, he finally gained some autonomy. Kes brought her concerns that the Doctor was being treated unfairly to Captain Kathryn Janeway, who gave the Doctor partial control over his activation and program. Thanks to this, the Doctor's bedside manner was slowly improving.

This was hindered by the Doctor's intial program. Being emergency relief for a crew's medical personnel, the Emergency Medical Holographic program was designed to be ran for a maximum of 1,500 hours. As he was an emergency program, he had little personality or interpersonal skills programmed. As he gained more rights on board the ship, he looked into expanding his program, developing friendships and relationships.

Over the years, the Doctor had a few romantic relationships, notably Denara Pel, a Vidiian scientist, and a holographic family he created. Adjustments made by B'Elanna Torres made the Doctor go through what it would like to be with a real family, rebellious teenagers, spoiled children and a busy wife. He was put through the entire rigmarole of family life, even up to the point of his daughter's untimely death. Although he thought it too painful to go through, and he paused the program, he eventually returned to it and finished the program.

The Doctor has also been faced with many dilemmas due to his increase in personality subroutines. When Ensigns Harry Kim and Ahni Jetal were injured in an away mission, the Doctor was forced to choose which person to operate on first, knowing that the triage would mean the death of the other. His Ethical and Personality subroutines began to clash, the Doctor fretting over whether his attachment to Ensign Kim as a friend affected his impartiality as a doctor, and, thus, allowed Ensign Jetal to die because he wasn't as close to her. He blamed himself in a vicious cycle, eventually breaking down and causing Captain Janeway to delete the memories from his database. A few months later, however, when those memories were reinitialised, the Doctor was helped by the crew to come to terms with what happened.

As he developed over the ship's voyage back home, the Doctor took the freed Borg drone Seven of Nine under his wing, helping her rejoin humanity with some of the lessons he learned during the first few years of the voyage. He developed feelings for Seven as he worked with her to regain her humanity, and was disappointed when she didn't reciprocate. Seven is one of the Doctor's closest friends, however, and helped to defend him when his rights as a sentient being were called into question.

As his time on Voyager progressed, he became a valued member of the crew, as well as invaluable to the crew's 7-year voyage home. He holds all of the crew, and his friends, in the highest regard, and would willingly sacrifice his life for them, and more. He is always dependable on being able to do the right thing, and with an appropriate level of snark in response.

In summary, the Doctor is an intelligent entity, with a flare for the arts and developing himself. He holds his friends close, willingly sacrificing time and energy for them, even nearly dying. He shows emotions as complex as any human, and values his standing in other's eyes. Despite this, he knows he's not perfect, having a considerable ego brought on by his fewer intellectual limitations as a hologram and often trying to overcompensate for the, sometimes crippling, physical limitations he has. It's safe to say that no-one on Voyager would have him any other way.

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Please write this in complete sentences, and in paragraphs as you would in any normal area of the application.]

Path to Redemption: N/A

Deal: [(WARDENS ONLY) -- What is your character expecting to get for their effort graduating an inmate? What is their motivation?]

History: [This may be linked or written out.]

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1. Player Information
Name:Leon
Username: AIM: Blaze0010 / Plurk: [plurk.com profile] youngflamelion
Current characters in ToS:Hercules Hansen, Everett Young, Jax Teller
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2. Canon Character Information
If your character is an original character, skip this and move onto the third section.
Name: Emergency Medical Holographic Program AK-1 Diagnostic and Surgical Subroutine Omega 323, also known as The Doctor, The EMH, Doc, etc.
PB: Robert Picardo
Journal: [personal profile] simulatedmedic
Age: 7, looks late 40's
Appearance: The Doctor stands at 5'8" exactly, his poise straight and confident, possibly construed as arrogant. Based on the appearance of his creator, Dr. Lewis Zimmerman, the EMH follows Zimmerman's looks almost exactly, from his height to the lack of hair on the top of his head. As he is a hologram, his clothes will rarely change, being that of a standard Starfleet Medical uniform, pre-Dominion War. A two-piece black jumpsuit with his division colours, blue (For sciences/medical), and a grey turtleneck-like undershirt with an open collar on the jumpsuit. On his right breast is a 2370's-style Starfleet combadge. On his right forearm rests the ever-present Mobile Emitter, the one thing keeping the Doctor's form present without the use of holo-emitters.
History: The EMH @ Memory Alpha Wiki
Powers/Talents: The Emergency Medical Holographic Program is programmed with the medical knowledge of all of the member worlds of the United Federation of Planets, and over five million surgical proceedures. The Doctor has all this knowledge, as well as from the 7 years traversing the Delta Quadrant on-board the USS Voyager.

The Doctor has also expanded his program to include many other aspects. He's a keen opera enthusiast, and his programming allows him to practice this to an expert level. He is also a published author, and also a skilled photographer. He enjoys taking holo-photography and composing talks and seminars regarding the images he's captured.

As the Emergency Command Hologram, the Doctor is programmed with all Starfleet strategic and tactical data, and is capable of piloting and commanding a Starfleet vessel if the current command crew is incapacitated. The ECH can only be activated by a high-ranking Starfleet Officer.

Being a hologram, the Doctor's physical form is entirely light-based, "force fields" are responsible for the Doctor to be able to interact with physical objects. He can lower and raise these forcefields at will to phase through solid matter.
Personality: The Doctor is intelligent, and he is fully aware of his status as a hologram. He holds no illusions over being human or mortal, but does strive to expand his programming beyond medical expertise.

When he was activated, he was treated as a tool, having no control over his activation subroutines, as such, he was brisk, uncaring and irritable. He had next to no bedside manner, and treated most of his medical achievements with disdain, often stating that a certain proceedure would have earned him a certain award if he had been in the Alpha Quadrant.

With Kes as a medical student and nurse, he finally gained some autonomy. Kes brought her concerns that the Doctor was being treated unfairly to Captain Kathryn Janeway, who gave the Doctor partial control over his activation and program. Thanks to this, the Doctor's bedside manner was slowly improving.

This was hindered by the Doctor's intial program. Being emergency relief for a crew's medical personnel, the Emergency Medical Holographic program was designed to be ran for a maximum of 1,500 hours. As he was an emergency program, he had little personality or interpersonal skills programmed. As he gained more rights on board the ship, he looked into expanding his program, developing friendships and relationships.

Over the years, the Doctor had a few romantic relationships, notably Denara Pel, a Vidiian scientist, and a holographic family he created. Adjustments made by B'Elanna Torres made the Doctor go through what it would like to be with a real family, rebellious teenagers, spoiled children and a busy wife. He was put through the entire rigmarole of family life, even up to the point of his daughter's untimely death. Although he thought it too painful to go through, and he paused the program, he eventually returned to it and finished the program.

The Doctor has also been faced with many dilemmas due to his increase in personality subroutines. When Ensigns Harry Kim and Ahni Jetal were injured in an away mission, the Doctor was forced to choose which person to operate on first, knowing that the triage would mean the death of the other. His Ethical and Personality subroutines began to clash, the Doctor fretting over whether his attachment to Ensign Kim as a friend affected his impartiality as a doctor, and, thus, allowed Ensign Jetal to die because he wasn't as close to her. He blamed himself in a vicious cycle, eventually breaking down and causing Captain Janeway to delete the memories from his database. A few months later, however, when those memories were reinitialised, the Doctor was helped by the crew to come to terms with what happened.

As he developed over the ship's voyage back home, the Doctor took the freed Borg drone Seven of Nine under his wing, helping her rejoin humanity with some of the lessons he learned during the first few years of the voyage. He developed feelings for Seven as he worked with her to regain her humanity, and was disappointed when she didn't reciprocate. Seven is one of the Doctor's closest friends, however, and helped to defend him when his rights as a sentient being were called into question.

As his time on Voyager progressed, he became a valued member of the crew, as well as invaluable to the crew's 7-year voyage home. He holds all of the crew, and his friends, in the highest regard, and would willingly sacrifice his life for them, and more. He is always dependable on being able to do the right thing, and with an appropriate level of snark in response.

In summary, the Doctor is an intelligent entity, with a flare for the arts and developing himself. He holds his friends close, willingly sacrificing time and energy for them, even nearly dying. He shows emotions as complex as any human, and values his standing in other's eyes. Despite this, he knows he's not perfect, having a considerable ego brought on by his fewer intellectual limitations as a hologram and often trying to overcompensate for the, sometimes crippling, physical limitations he has. It's safe to say that no-one on Voyager would have him any other way.
Why would your character be chosen? The Doctor is unique in that, whilst he is programmed with all the knowledge of how relationships and romance works from a medical standpoint, he is still very new to actually experiencing it himself. Despite this, however, he has shown to be very open to relationships, friendly and otherwise, this developing over the course of Voyager's stint in the Delta Quadrant. He would be chosen for his intelligence, uniqueness and eagerness to learn more about things he has little experience with, social and romantic interests included.
How much does your character know about nonhumans? The Doctor is fully versed on the anatomies, treatment, behavioural patterns and anything thar will help him provide medical asistance to many species. These include, but are not limited to, Human, Vulcan, Betazoid, Klingon, Talaxian, Trill, Ocampa and Kazon.
Why this character: The Doctor is intelligent, resourceful and strives to better himself. I think seeing him in other settings, getting the chance to develop further, and seeing how he reacts in certain situations would be a unique way of utilising his character.
AU Addendum: If your character is an AU, please tell us here about what makes them AU and why you decided to make this change.
Past Game History: If your character is coming in with past game history, please tell us what that is and how it has changed them.

3. Original Character Information
If your character is a canon character, skip this and move on to the fourth section.
Name: Character's name (and nickname, if they go by one)
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Powers/Talents: If your character has supernatural abilities, list them here. Also include any strong talents or skills your character has.
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Why would your character be chosen? Give us a sentence or two, guessing why your character might be chosen. Don’t worry about getting too deep or profound. You might pick a unique physical trait or an impressive ability. Just something that would make your character stand out from others in a way that would attract attention. For example, Helen of Troy might be chosen for her beauty. Xander Harris from Buffy might be chosen for his empathy. Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter might be chosen for her individuality, or lack of conformity. What makes your character unique?
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Why this character: Why did you decide to play this character? What about them holds your attention? Do you think that you'll be able to keep this character voice and still find them interesting after playing them for awhile?

4. Samples
Please either include a first-person entry that could be your character's first post on The Network, or a third-person prose or action spam sample that could be your character's reaction to arriving in Dagaz. For the other two samples, links to previous character examples are fine.
First-Person: I said it before, and I'll say it again, I'm a hologram, not a dating simulator. You want long-lasting romantic fulfillment, kidnap a Ferengi.

[A clipped, annoyed voice is filtering through your network.]

Now, kindly, return me to my ship. I highly doubt that you have a need for a skilled surgeon, given your show of power to get me here, and I also doubt I was taken for my charming singing prowess.

[A sigh, as though the person knows all that was fruitless. The Doc knew, he just needed to get a rant off his chest.]

Of course, I'm not expecting to get anywhere with that little tirade. So... Please state the nature of the medical emergency.
Third-Person: The Doc on the Test Drive.
Third Sample: The applause, that's what the Doctor liked to hear, as he stands on the stage of a holographic recreation of the Jolanda Forum on Bajor. He would be the first to admit that he had a bit of a ego, especially when it came to music. It was, after all, one of the first things that he developed on when given license to expand his programming. And, in his opinion, his superior vocal subroutines lead to a more satisfying performance.

That doesn't mean that he doesn't hold organic operatic performers in high regard. If it wasn't for them and the composers of the music, he wouldn't be doing this, instead dedicating his vast talent in some other venture.

The Doctor takes a bow, walking off stage to where a small recording device sits and checks the data, particularily the modulation of the singing. At the results, he smiles, looking happy with himself. "A point-three-zero decihertz deviation, eh, Seven? Looks like someone needs their auditory implants correcting." If there's one thing that he likes better, it's proving that he was right. That session in Holodeck Two with Seven that night had been fruitless. Despite the tuning fork showing the Doctor being perfectly in tune, Seven of Nine persisted that he was off. Well, she can't deny pure data, can she? Even if she did comment that the tuning fork was a "crude and inefficient method." Overkill? Maybe. But the Doctor always did want to sing in the Jolanda Forum.

Keeping that smug look on his face, the Doctor looks up. "Computer, End Program, and transfer the Emergency Medical Hologram to sickbay." An acknowledging beep from the computer causes the Jolanda Forum to disappear, and the Doctor to fade away, leaving an empty holodeck.
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NAME: Leon
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EMAIL: blaze0010@googlemail.com
AIM: Blaze0010
CURRENT CHARACTERS: Clint Barton, David Webb


CHARACTER
CHARACTER NAME: The Emergency Medical Holographic Program - AKA The Doctor
SERIES: Star Trek: Voyager
CANON POINT: Post-series; After delivering Lt. Torres' baby
LOSS: He will be unable to sing opera. The Doctor prides himself on his operatic prowess, even practicing with a holographic soprano.

ABOUT THE CHARACTER: The Doctor is intelligent, and he is fully aware of his status as a hologram. He holds no illusions over being human or mortal, but does strive to expand his programming beyond medical expertise.

When he was activated, he was treated as a tool, having no control over his activation subroutines, as such, he was brisk, uncaring and irritable. He had next to no bedside manner, and treated most of his medical achievements with disdain, often stating that a certain proceedure would have earned him a certain award if he had been in the Alpha Quadrant.

With Kes as a medical student and nurse, he finally gained some autonomy. Kes brought her concerns that the Doctor was being treated unfairly to Captain Kathryn Janeway, who gave the Doctor partial control over his activation and program. Thanks to this, the Doctor's bedside manner was slowly improving.

This was hindered by the Doctor's intial program. Being emergency relief for a crew's medical personnel, the Emergency Medical Holographic program was designed to be ran for a maximum of 1,500 hours. As he was an emergency program, he had little personality or interpersonal skills programmed. As he gained more rights on board the ship, he looked into expanding his program, developing friendships and relationships.

Over the years, the Doctor had a few romantic relationships, notably Denara Pel, a Vidiian scientist, and a holographic family he created. Adjustments made by B'Elanna Torres made the Doctor go through what it would like to be with a real family, rebellious teenagers, spoiled children and a busy wife. He was put through the entire rigmarole of family life, even up to the point of his daughter's untimely death. Although he thought it too painful to go through, and he paused the program, he eventually returned to it and finished the program.

The Doctor has also been faced with many dilemmas due to his increase in personality subroutines. When Ensigns Harry Kim and Ahni Jetal were injured in an away mission, the Doctor was forced to choose which person to operate on first, knowing that the triage would mean the death of the other. His Ethical and Personality subroutines began to clash, the Doctor fretting over whether his attachment to Ensign Kim as a friend affected his impartiality as a doctor, and, thus, allowed Ensign Jetal to die because he wasn't as close to her. He blamed himself in a vicious cycle, eventually breaking down and causing Captain Janeway to delete the memories from his database. A few months later, however, when those memories were reinitialised, the Doctor was helped by the crew to come to terms with what happened.

As he developed over the ship's voyage back home, the Doctor took the freed Borg drone Seven of Nine under his wing, helping her rejoin humanity with some of the lessons he learned during the first few years of the voyage. He developed feelings for Seven as he worked with her to regain her humanity, and was disappointed when she didn't reciprocate. Seven is one of the Doctor's closest friends, however, and helped to defend him when his rights as a sentient being were called into question.

As his time on Voyager progressed, he became a valued member of the crew, as well as invaluable to the crew's 7-year voyage home. He holds all of the crew, and his friends, in the highest regard, and would willingly sacrifice his life for them, and more. He is always dependable on being able to do the right thing, and with an appropriate level of snark in response.

In summary, the Doctor is an intelligent entity, with a flare for the arts and developing himself. He holds his friends close, willingly sacrificing time and energy for them, even nearly dying. He shows emotions as complex as any human, and values his standing in other's eyes. Despite this, he knows he's not perfect, having a considerable ego brought on by his fewer intellectual limitations as a hologram and often trying to overcompensate for the, sometimes crippling, physical limitations he has. It's safe to say that no-one on Voyager would have him any other way.

ABILITIES: The Emergency Medical Holographic Program is programmed with the medical knowledge of all of the member worlds of the United Federation of Planets, and over five million surgical proceedures. The Doctor has all this knowledge, as well as from the 7 years traversing the Delta Quadrant on-board the USS Voyager.

The Doctor has also expanded his program to include many other aspects. He's a keen opera enthusiast, and his programming allows him to practice this to an expert level. He is also a published author, and also a skilled photographer. He enjoys taking holo-photography and composing talks and seminars regarding the images he's captured.

As the Emergency Command Hologram, the Doctor is programmed with all Starfleet strategic and tactical data, and is capable of piloting and commanding a Starfleet vessel if the current command crew is incapacitated. The ECH can only be activated by a high-ranking Starfleet Officer.

Being a hologram, the Doctor's physical form is entirely light-based, "force fields" are responsible for the Doctor to be able to interact with physical objects. He can lower and raise these forcefields at will to phase through solid matter.

THIRD-PERSON WRITING SAMPLE: The applause, that's what the Doctor liked to hear, as he stands on the stage of a holographic recreation of the Jolanda Forum on Bajor. He would be the first to admit that he had a bit of a ego, especially when it came to music. It was, after all, one of the first things that he developed on when given license to expand his programming. And, in his opinion, his superior vocal subroutines lead to a more satisfying performance.

That doesn't mean that he doesn't hold organic operatic performers in high regard. If it wasn't for them and the composers of the music, he wouldn't be doing this, instead dedicating his vast talent in some other venture.

The Doctor takes a bow, walking off stage to where a small recording device sits and checks the data, particularily the modulation of the singing. At the results, he smiles, looking happy with himself. "A point-three-zero decihertz deviation, eh, Seven? Looks like someone needs their auditory implants correcting." If there's one thing that he likes better, it's proving that he was right. That session in Holodeck Two with Seven that night had been fruitless. Despite the tuning fork showing the Doctor being perfectly in tune, Seven of Nine persisted that he was off. Well, she can't deny pure data, can she? Even if she did comment that the tuning fork was a "crude and inefficient method." Overkill? Maybe. But the Doctor always did want to sing in the Jolanda Forum.

Keeping that smug look on his face, the Doctor looks up. "Computer, End Program, and transfer the Emergency Medical Hologram to sickbay." An acknowledging beep from the computer causes the Jolanda Forum to disappear, and the Doctor to fade away, leaving an empty holodeck.

FIRST-PERSON JOURNAL SAMPLE: [Something someone never expects to see appearing in the clinic, is someone... Well, just appearing. But that's exactly what the Doctor does. He phases into existence, stating those timeless words...]

Please state the nature of the medical emerg...

[Until he cuts himself off, that it, looking around.]

...This isn't my sickbay... [Sterling powers of deduction. He raises his voice, a note of irritation present.] Mr. Paris, if this is your way of celebrating your new baby, I'd like to run a cranial scan.

[No response. He does, however, notice the mobile emitter present on his left arm and frowns. So maybe this wasn't the holodeck. He reaches up and taps his combadge. It was worth a shot.]

Doctor to Captain Janeway. [Nothing.] Doctor to Voyager. Please respond. [Again, nothing.] Well. This is just wonderful. [He raises his voice again.] I'll have you know that this isn't the first time I've been kidnapped. Kindly return me to my vessel.

[Meanwhile, he's taking out his tricorder and doing some scans. Yes, it's a medical tricorder, but it can still take some readings. Like life forms.]

INTENT: Expanding the Doctor's social horizons even further, seeing how he'll cope with more time outside of Voyager.
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Out of Character Information


Player Name: Leon
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In Character Information


Character Name: The Doctor - Emergency Medical Hologram
Canon: Star Trek: Voyager
Timeline: post-series.
Character's Age: 7

Powers, Skills, Pets and Equipment:

The Emergency Medical Holographic Program is programmed with the medical knowledge of all of the member worlds of the United Federation of Planets, and over five million surgical proceedures. The Doctor has all this knowledge, as well as from the 7 years traversing the Delta Quadrant on-board the USS Voyager.

The Doctor has also expanded his program to include many other aspects. He's a keen opera enthusiast, and his programming allows him to practice this to an expert level. He is also a published author, and also a skilled photographer. He enjoys taking holo-photography and composing talks and seminars regarding the images he's captured.

As the Emergency Command Hologram, the Doctor is programmed with all Starfleet strategic and tactical data, and is capable of piloting and commanding a Starfleet vessel if the current command crew is incapacitated.

Being a hologram, the Doctor's physical form is entirely light-based, "force fields" are responsible for the Doctor to be able to interact with physical objects. He can lower and raise these forcefields at will to phase through solid matter.

Equipment:

1x Starfleet TR-590 Mark X Medical Tricorder
1x Starfleet Standard-issue Combadge [Holographic]
1x Federation Mobile Holographic Emitter (Contains the Emergency Medical Holographic Program and the Emergency Command extension.)
1x Starfleet-issue Emergency Medkit - 1x Dermal Regenerator, 1x Hypospray (incl. Cordrazine, Masiform-D, Melenex and a tri-ox compound), 1x Trauma kit, 1x Reader Tube.

(( Medkit, and TR-590 Mark X Medical Tricorder on Memory-Alpha Wikia.))

Scorched Powers

Repair of his Mobile Emitter - As the Doctor is entirely dependant on his Mobile Emitter, any damage to it can cause the permanent damage, or erasure, of his program. As long as the Doctor's program is present in the emitter, it will repair itself. Depending on the damage, depends on the time of repair.

Affects by the mist - The Doctor will not be immune to the Mist. The phenomina will affect his holomatrix in exactly the same way as a corporeal person person does. If a physical blow is dealt, he will suffer the "pain" of the blow and his imaging matrix will replicate the damage for a while.

Canon History: The Doctor on Memory-Alpha

Personality: The Doctor is intelligent, and he is fully aware of his status as a hologram. He holds no illusions over being human or mortal, but does strive to expand his programming beyond medical expertise.

When he was activated, he was treated as a tool, having no control over his activation subroutines, as such, he was brisk, uncaring and irritable. He had next to no bedside manner, and treated most of his medical achievements with disdain, often stating that a certain proceedure would have earned him a certain award if he had been in the Alpha Quadrant.

With Kes as a medical student and nurse, he finally gained some autonomy. Kes brought her concerns that the Doctor was being treated unfairly to Captain Kathryn Janeway, who gave the Doctor partial control over his activation and program. Thanks to this, the Doctor's bedside manner was slowly improving.

This was hindered by the Doctor's intial program. Being emergency relief for a crew's medical personnel, the Emergency Medical Holographic program was designed to be ran for a maximum of 1,500 hours. As he was an emergency program, he had little personality or interpersonal skills programmed. As he gained more rights on board the ship, he looked into expanding his program, developing friendships and relationships.

Over the years, the Doctor had a few romantic relationships, notably Denara Pel, a Vidiian scientist, and a holographic family he created. Adjustments made by B'Elanna Torres made the Doctor go through what it would like to be with a real family, rebellious teenagers, spoiled children and a busy wife. He was put through the entire rigmarole of family life, even up to the point of his daughter's untimely death. Although he thought it too painful to go through, and he paused the program, he eventually returned to it and finished the program.

The Doctor has also been faced with many dilemmas due to his increase in personality subroutines. When Ensigns Harry Kim and Ahni Jetal were injured in an away mission, the Doctor was forced to choose which person to operate on first, knowing that the triage would mean the death of the other. His Ethical and Personality subroutines began to clash, the Doctor fretting over whether his attachment to Ensign Kim as a friend affected his impartiality as a doctor, and, thus, allowed Ensign Jetal to die because he wasn't as close to her. He blamed himself in a vicious cycle, eventually breaking down and causing Captain Janeway to delete the memories from his database. A few months later, however, when those memories were reinitialised, the Doctor was helped by the crew to come to terms with what happened.

As he developed over the ship's voyage back home, the Doctor took the freed Borg drone Seven of Nine under his wing, helping her rejoin humanity with some of the lessons he learned during the first few years of the voyage. He developed feelings for Seven as he worked with her to regain her humanity, and was disappointed when she didn't reciprocate. Seven is one of the Doctor's closest friends, however, and helped to defend him when his rights as a sentient being were called into question.

As his time on Voyager progressed, he became a valued member of the crew, as well as invaluable to the crew's 7-year voyage home. He holds all of the crew, and his friends, in the highest regard, and would willingly sacrifice his life for them, and more. He is always dependable on being able to do the right thing, and with an appropriate level of snark in response.

In summary, the Doctor is an intelligent entity, with a flare for the arts and developing himself. He holds his friends close, willingly sacrificing time and energy for them, even nearly dying. He shows emotions as complex as any human, and values his standing in other's eyes. Despite this, he knows he's not perfect, having a considerable ego brought on by his fewer intellectual limitations as a hologram and often trying to overcompensate for the, sometimes crippling, physical limitations he has. It's safe to say that no-one on Voyager would have him any other way.

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