CREW TEAMS

The Inifinity Knights Ship  Artemis Charger crew consist of the following teams.    As stated on the Dream Flight Adventures website, the details of each crew station's responsibilities on the ship are listed below. You may also watch their Stations Overview video as well which is also shown below.  Each crew team below is comprised of at least one Classcraft mage, healer and warrior.

The Command crew team includes the Captain, First Officer and Second Officer

Captain

The Captain is responsible for making all command decisions and ensuring that the mission is completed successfully. The Captain also serves as the official representative of the Infinity Knights.

First Officer

The First Officer is responsible for ensuring that the captain’s orders are carried out. The First Officer

will assume command in the event that the Captain is disabled or killed. The First Officer also manages the Cargo Bay Inventory Spreadsheet

COMMAND

Second Officer

The Second Officer is third in command and will assume command if both the Captain and First Officer are disabled. The Second Officer is also in charge of the ship’s coolant system,

ENGINEERING

The Engineering crew team includes the Engineer 1, Engineer 2, and Physicist 

Engineer 1 & 2

The Engineers are responsible for making sure that all ship systems function properly. This involves repairing damaged systems and creating ammunition for the ship’s weapons and Versabeam.

 

Responsibilities

  • Monitor system damage

  • Produce munitions

  • Repair damage control systems

  • Operate the phase inducers

  • Analyze hull stress patterns

  • Monitor reactor temperature


Engineering Officer Guidelines
There are a number of guidelines in place for Engineering Officers to observe whilst operating
the Engineering Console. These are outlined below.

  • In a combat situation, no system should be set below 75%.

  • During Normal operations, no system should be set below 50%.

  • Systems should not be set below 10% without authorization from the Captain.

  • Report the energy level when it hits 50%.

  • Report the energy level when it hits 25%.

  • If the energy level falls below 10%, the ship’s energy reserves are considered to be

critically low.

SCIENCE 

Physicist

The Physicist is responsible for operating the ship’s Versabeam, an energy beam with several different abilities. The Physicist is also in charge of strategically allocating the ship’s power supply.

 

  • Reporting energy level

  • Allocate energy resources

  • Manage primary battery systems

  • Operate the Versabeam

  • Recharge auxiliary batteries

  • Maintain electromagnet circuitry

  • Monitor Versabeam emitter frequency


Physicist Officer Guidelines
There are a number of guidelines in place for Physicist Officers to observe whilst operating
the Power Distribution Console. These are outlined below.

 

  • In a combat situation, no system should be set below 75% unless authorized by the captain

  • During Normal operations, no system should be set below 50% unless authorized by the captain

  • Systems should not be set below 10% without authorization from the Captain.

  • Whilst docked, additional energy should be diverted to Sensor systems.

  • Report the energy level when it hits 50%.

  • Report the energy level when it hits 25%.

  • If the energy level falls below 10%, the ship’s energy reserves are considered to be  critically low.

The Science crew team includes the Biologist, Doctor, and Deck Chief 

Biologist

The Biologist is responsible for mutating and controlling the onboard Chimera, a genetically modifiable creature that can be adapted to the needs of the mission.

 

  • Recalibrate Life Support Systems

  • Pressurize Airlocks

  • Monitor Chimera Incubator Temperature

  • Operate Chimera DNA Mutation Control

  • Maneuver  Chimera in offensive and defensive operations

Doctor

The Doctor is responsible for the well-being of the crew. This involves everything from conducting medical interviews to performing emergency medical operations.

 

  • Operate Radiation Filter Systems

  • Operate Toxin Scrubber Systems

  • Regulate Atmospheric Controls

  • Regulate Temperature Controls

  • Conduct Medical Interviews

  • Perform Medical Scans and Emmergency Medical Treatments

  • Recalibrate Decontamination Chamber

  • Purge Chemical Byproducts

  • Monitor Environmental Subsystem Temperature

 

Deck Chief

The Deck Chief reports to the First Officer and  is responsible for monitoring internal and external sensors and performing detailed scans of the objects the ship encounters and overseeing certain crew members.

  • Perform internal scans

  • Regulate Plumbing System

  • Manage internal surveillance and conduct internal emergency responses

  • Conduct scans of objects outside the ship including other ships and various space objects

  • Secure the cargo holds

  • Recalibrate internal sensors

  • Monitor pneumatic pump pressure

SECURITY

The Security crew team includes the Security Chief, Security Guard 1, Security Guard 2, and Hacker

Security Chief

The Security Chief is responsible for ship wide safety and security. This involves controlling the ship’s shield, stealth, and cybersecurity systems.

 

Responsibilities

  • Cybersecurity

  • Stealth and Shield Systems

  • Activate Proximity Sensors

  • Initiate Alert Protocols

  • Monitor Shield harmonics

 

Cybersecurity defensive programs:

  • Deploy sentinels

  • Set slow traps for enemy hackers

  • Set stun traps for  enemy hackers

  • Set min traps for enemy hackers

  • Bearing and distance to vessel

 

Shield and Stealth System controls:

  • Activate Shields and monitor and report on its strength with command and navigation teams

  • Activate Stealth and monitor and report on its strength with command and navigation teams

Security Guard 1 & 2

The Security Guards are responsible for maintaining order and safety within the ship. They defend the ship from invaders, investigate shipboard disturbances, and respond to security alerts.

 

  • Analyze personal logs

  • Secure primary bulkheads

  • Monitor forcefield integrity

  • Defend ship from shipboard invaders

  • Investigate shipboard disturbances throughout the ship

  • Respond to security alerts

Hacker

The Hacker is responsible for hacking into enemy computers. The Hacker is also in charge of strategically allocating the ship's computer capacity.

 

  • Defragment hard drives

  • Analyze data clusters

  • Monitor mainframe memory usage

  • Management power distribution to the ships computer systems

  • Hack into enemy computers and retrieve valuable information or disable enemy computers

The NavWeps crew team includes the Pilot, Navigation, and Gunners

NAVWEPS

(NAVIGATION AND WEAPONS)

Navigator

The Navigator is responsible for working with the Pilot to navigate the ship. This involves understanding the current location and charting a course to the destination.

 

Responsibilities

  • Setting and recording course and bearing

  • Operating the impulse drive system

  • Operating warp and jump drive systems

  • Docking and undocking the vessel

  • Maneuvering the ship in combat

  • Maneuvering the ship around immediate hazards

Pilot

The Pilot is responsible for working with the Navigator to steer the ship. This involves using the flight control yoke to steer the ship.

Gunner

The Gunner is responsible for using the ship’s weapon systems to protect the crew from threats.  The Gunner is also in charge of transforming the ship into different forms, depending on the needs of the mission.

 

Responsibilities

  • Report ordnance supplies and current load

  • Prioritising targets based on orders or tactical considerations

  • Firing weapon systems

  • Manually targeting enemy ships

  • Change shape of ship

COMMS

The Communications crew team inlcudes the Communications Officer and Intel Officers

Communications

The Communications Officer is responsible for incoming and outgoing communications, both written and verbal.  This also includes decrypting encoded messages.

 

Responsibilities

  • Report incoming messages

  • Coordinate with allied vessels

  • Direct vessels

  • Coordinate with local stations

  • Inform destinations of imminent arrival

  • Request status report

  • Communicate with enemy vessels

  • Demand surrender

Intel Officer 1

Intel Officers are responsible for gathering important information needed to support crew members including searching the Spacenet databases and solving puzzling problems.

Intel Officer 2

Intel Officers are responsible for gathering important information needed to support crew members including searching the Spacenet databases and solving puzzling problems.

The following stations overview video is from Dream Flight Adventures

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