T'Shanthosa ko-fu'Rovak Vylanhahr-Liinatlath
Place of Origin: Etraenna
Played by: Conchy
T'Shan's outer appearance is a result of the slight imperfections of her hybrid physiology, research into Andorian/Vulcan epigenetics being somewhat limited by the lack of prior interest. She has patches of vitiligo-like discoloration that run from her nose down to her stomach in mostly symmetrical patterns of pale green. Her hair is thermosensitive, while growing out white from her scalp, will blacken once it grows longer than a few inches and no longer heated by radiant internal warmth, a strange combination of evolutionary phenomena from both her ancestor races. It stays black if short enough, but she hasn't shaved her head since she was a cadet. In direct sunlight her hair will often turn completely white.
She has antennae that are fully functional, though T'Shan often wears them buried in her thick hair to stifle them, as her sharp Vulcan senses are enhanced to an uncomfortable degree by the additional sensory input. Without counting her antennae she is only 5' 10".
Internally her physiology is mostly Vulcan, with several Andorian organs not usually present functioning as backups, much like the vestigial organs of Klingons.
T'Shan is passionate and energetic, but kept generally steady and calm by her extensive Vulcan training. As the child of a Vulcan and an Andorian she feels the best and worst of both; the self-confidence bordering on arrogance, the inclination towards dismissal of others as overly influenced by emotions, and an unbreakable code of personal honor and discipline, though the unbreakableness can turn into a sort of bendiness after a few bottles of Romulan ale.
Her Kolinahr discipline causes her to come across as cold as any Vulcan, and though she acknowledges her emotions, she does what she can to suppress them, and as such will not initiate personal bonds with those she does not know well until they have gained her trust or interest.
She is competitive to an almost compulsive level, and a perfectionist to the highest standards of both her cultures. She manages all this through a cool, unexpressive facade of detached logic.