Name: Gianni Mastroianni
Rank: FIS Agent
Position: Field Investigator
Assignment: Internal Security, Investigations Division

Species: Human
Gender: male
Age: 35

Fitness: 2
Co-ordination: 2
Intellect: 2
Logic: +1
Presence: 2
Willpower: +1
Psionics: 0

Athletics (Climbing) 2 (3)
Computer (Data Alteration/Hacking) 2 (3)
Culture (Human) 1 (2)
Disguise (Human) 1 (3)
Energy Weapon (Phaser) 2 (3)
Espionage (Intelligence Techniques) 2 (3)
Fast Talk 3
Federation Standard 3
Law (Federation Law) 1 (2)
History (Human) 1 (2)
(Federation) (2)
Personal Equipment (Tricorder) 2 (3)
Physical Sciences (Chemistry) 1 (2)
Search 3
Security (Security Systems) 3 (4)
(Law Enforcement) (4)
Stealth (Stealthy Movement) 1 (2)
Streetwise (Federation Underworld) 1 (2)
Surveillance (Shadowing) 2 (3)
Unarmed Combat (Aikido) 2 (3)
World Knowledge (Earth) 1 (2)

Alertness +1
Contact (Colin Bush, DTI) +1
Argumentative -1
Impulsive -1

Other Statistics
Courage: 5
Renown: 1
Aggression: 0
Discipline: 0
Initiative: 1
Openness: 0
Skill: 0
Luck: 0
Resistance: 2

Background Notes
Gianni Mastroianni was born in Florence, in the Italian district on Earth. He studied law before being recruited by the Federation Intelligence Service. He was involved in the investigation of Admiral Leyton's abortive coup in 2372.

Description and Personality
Height: 1.75m
Weight: 75kg
Complexion: olive
Hair: black, just beginning to silver at the temples, wavy.
Eyes: brown
Gianni is ruggedly handsome with a prominent Roman nose. He is of average height and weight. His musical tastes are eclectic, but he is especially fond of the 20th century Earth singer Vic Fontaine. He is a devout Roman Catholic, and never uses profanity. He drinks sparingly, and is fond of trying out new types of food. He is intensely loyal to his partner, Agent T'Val.

Gianni dresses in somber colours, but in the latest fashion. He is tends to the flamboyant, in stark contrast to T'Val. He carries a Phaser I concealed in the waistband of his trousers at the small of his back.

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