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"You paint some flames on the side, maybe like a rainbow unicorn, you got something." Gordon Malloy[source]
The USS Orville, or ECV-197, is a mid-level exploratory vessel in Planetary Union service in the early 25th century.

HistoryEdit

Old WoundsEdit

See also: Episode 1: Old Wounds

By 2419, the Orville was one of the fleet's 3000 ships. The ship had a crew of 300, and under Quantum drive was capable of speeds in excess of 10 light years per hour - over 87,660 times the speed of light.

When its commanding officer retired, Admiral Halsey offered Ed Mercer command. Mercer accepted, and was able to bring his own helmsman along. Under the previous Captain, the Planetary Union had already assigned John LaMarr as the ship's navigator and backup helmsman, Bortus as the Second Officer, Alara Kitan as the Head of Security, Isaac as the Head of Science & Engineering, and Claire Finn as the ship's physician. The Orville was then relaunched from the dockyard facility orbiting Earth. Their first mission under Captain Mercer was to deliver supplies to the science station on Epsilon II. A short diversion to another space station allowed the new executive officer and ex-wife of Captain Mercer, Kelly Grayson, to join the crew.

Arriving at Epsilon II, Doctor Aronov revealed that the request for supplies was a ruse to bring a Planetary Union vessel in order to protect the scientists against Krill aggression. Fortunately, the Orville's crew was able to repel a subsequent attack on the laboratory as expected. During the encounter, the Orville also defeated a Krill destroyer, but suffered damage to two of three propulsion rings. It subsequently underwent repairs in dock on Earth.

Command PerformanceEdit

See also: Episode 2: Command Performance

About a GirlEdit

See also: Episode 3: About a Girl

If the Stars Should AppearEdit

See also: Episode 4: If the Stars Should Appear

PriaEdit

See also: Episode 5: Pria

KrillEdit

See also: Episode 6: Krill

Majority RuleEdit

See also: Episode 7: Majority Rule

Into the FoldEdit

See also: Episode 8: Into the Fold

Cupid's DaggerEdit

'See also: Episode 9: Cupid's Dagger

DescriptionEdit

The Orville is a "midsize" exploration vessel, considerably smaller than a Union Heavy Cruiser. While this vessel is not the largest, its size seems to be in excess of 300 meters in length. The propulsion of the Orville is based on a dysonium-powered Quantum drive. The drive configuration on the Orville provides the ship with a speed of over ten lightyears per hour. The ship also features a tractor beam that can be reversed to push objects away from the ship. The ship has a shuttle bay, which houses multiple shuttlecraft. The walls of the ship are made of a synthetic fiber that is an artificial sort of plant system, taking in Carbon Dioxide breathed out by the crew, and expelling oxygen. It also has a water recycling system that is completely self sustaining.

Personnel on the ship have access to directed-energy weapons similar to handguns. Each of these hand weapons have a lethal and non-lethal setting, the latter of which induces unconsciousness. The weapon's lethal setting is indicated by a red light on the top of the barrel while the non-lethal setting is indicated by a blue light.

Armament Edit

The Orville, being a "midsize" exploratory vessel, was not situated for combat or warfare. Nevertheless, the ship is armed for defense.

Systems Edit

  • Deflector Screen: The Orville boasts a high capacity shield grid to protect itself from impacts and hostile weaponry. The ship was able to withstand a considerable beating from larger vessels, albeit not for very long before severe damage ensues.
  • Energy Pulse weapons: Capable of conflicting considerable damage to even larger vessels. Nevertheless as a exploratory vessel, the Orville is not powerful enough compared to larger, purposely designed warships.
  • Plasma Torpedoes: The Orville is shown with at least six torpedo tubes. Two aft near its shuttle bay and four forward on its main hull. Capable of rapid fire, the Orville can also jettison its entire torpedo inventory.
  • Cutter beam: Whether a laser or directed type of energy weapon, the Orville possesses a cutting beam capable of slicing a multi-kilometre long asteroid in a matter of seconds.

Shuttle craftEdit

Transport

PersonnelEdit

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A gathering of Orville crewmembers.

Ship's complement
  Position Rank Person Species / Type Service period Notes
Commanding officer (CO)
Unnamed PU officer -2419 At episode 1, a CO is sought for Orville
Captain Ed Mercer Human male 2419- Joins in episode 1
Executive officer (XO)
Unnamed PU officer -2419 At episode 1, an XO is being sought for Orville
Commander Kelly Grayson Human female 2419- Joins in episode 1
Second officer (2O)
Lieutenant Commander Bortus Moclan male -2419- Was already assigned prior to episode 1
Chief security officer
Lieutenant Alara Kitan Xelayan female 2419 Was already assigned prior to episode 1
Chief medical officer (CMO)
Unnamed PU officer -2419
Doctor Claire Finn Human female 2419- Requests assignment to the Orville, possibly to help the inexperienced CO
Chief science officer (CSO)
Isaac Kaylon individual -2419- Was already assigned prior to episode 1
(Chief) Helmsman
Unnamed PU officer -2419 At episode 1, a helmsman was being sought for Orville
Lieutenant Gordon Malloy Human male 2419- Joins in episode 1
(Chief) Navigator
Lieutenant John LaMarr Human male -2419- Was already assigned prior to episode 1
Chief engineer
Steve Newton Human male -2419- Was already assigned prior to episode 1
Crew
  Position Rank Person Species / Type Service period Notes
Engineering crew Yaphit Jelly
Medical crew Doctor Parley  ?
Shuttlebay controller Ensign Brooks Human male
 ?  ? Dann  ? Came with the idea of adding music in the elevators
Medical crew Nurse Henry Park Human male
Engineering crew Lieutenant Harrison Payne Human male -2419 (deceased) Childhood friend of Chief Engineer Steve Newton
  • Unnamed crewmembers of various species

PassengersEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Captain Mercer mentions that the ship can go ten light years per hour. Since the International Astronomical Union defines the light year as the distance light travels in one Julian year (365.25 days), that translates to 87,660 times light speed.

AppearancesEdit

References Edit

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