Name: Tricia Marie MacMillan
Rank: none
Position: Companion to the President of the Galaxy
Assignment: SS Heart of Gold

Race: Human
Gender: female
Age: 30-ish

Fitness: 2
Vitality: +1
Coordination: 2
Dexterity: +1
Intellect: 3
Logic: +2
Perception: +1
Presence: 2
Willpower: +1
Psi: 0

Animal Handling (Pet Mice) 1 (2)
Computer (Research) 1 (2)
Culture (Human) 2 (3)
Disguise (Human) 1 (2)
History (Human) 1 (2)
(Galactic) (3)
English 3
Personal Equipment (Environmental Suit) 1 (2)
Physical Sciences (Mathematics) 3 (4)
Propulsion Engineer (Improbability Drive) 2 (3)
Shipboard Systems (Flying Saucers) 2 (3)
(Nutrimatic Machine) (3)
Space Sciences (Astrophysics) 3 (4)
Stealth (Stealthy Movement) 1 (2)
Unarmed Combat (Karate)
Vehicle Operation (Mo-Ped) 1 (3)
World Knowledge (Earth) 1 (2)

Zero Gee Trained; Exile; Mathematical Aptitude; Sexy; Pacifist; Curious; Weak Will

Other Statistics
Courage: 5
Renown: 50
Aggression: -10
Discipline: 10
Initiative: 0
Openness: 10
Skill: 10
Luck: 10
Resistance: 3

Background Notes:
Birthplace: New York City, Earth
Birthdate: 1975
Early Life History: Normal Upbringing
Academy Life History: Oxford University

Tricia McMillan is a brilliant mathematician and astrophysicist whom Arthur Dent attempted to talk to at a party in Islington. She and Arthur next meet six months later on the spaceship Heart of Gold, shortly after the Earth has been destroyed to make way for a hyperspace bypass. The trilogy later reveals that Trillian eventually left the party with Zaphod Beeblebrox, who, according to the Quintessential Phase, is directly

Appearance and Personality:
Height: 1.6m
Mass: 55kg
Complexion: olive
Hair: black
Eyes: brown
Distinguishing Marks: none

Tricia McMillan, also known as Trillian Astra, is a fictional character from Douglas Adams' series The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. According to the movie version, her middle name is Marie. Physically, she is described as "a slim, darkish humanoid, with long waves of black hair, a full mouth, an odd little knob of a nose and ridiculously brown eyes. With her red head scarf knotted in that particular way and her long flowing silky brown dress, she looked vaguely Arabic."

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