|Affiliation:||Lyran Star Empire, Lyran Starfleet|
Mrazek was a Lyran security guard serving aboard the Stoneship.
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He first complained to Brianna Reiss about the unhealthiness of serving on an hospital ship and he later captured Corano Jones from the bridge of the IKS Khokkit. He continued his training as a soapbox racer, even going so far as to run with Catalena Rinne in the Malachor Grand Prix, alongside Urie and Kolmor. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "Highly Illogical")
When he first tested the Stone Trek holographic program, he first assumed the role of Montgomery Shodd. Also, when Urie secured her very own four-seater soapbox car, he ate tribbles au gratin just after the latter won the Fire Mountain Rally. He raced down the Grabvine Gateway soapbox car race with Urie as his driver. For his role in securing a Ku'Rist-class attack fighter for reverse engineering, he was promoted to chief petty officer (from petty officer first class) and awarded a Medal of Commendation. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "At the Soapbox Races")
He was the leader of a special away team whose aim was to hack into Starbase 148's computer vault. In so doing, he obtained the schematics of the Khin'Vagh-class dreadnought. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "Attack on the Laboratory")
While having raced in the Badlands (soapbox race), placing 7th with his commanding officer, he disliked the track because of the sandstorms that plagued the course and preferred the Jadefire Run, run on cobbles in a forested area. He also ate Mongolian beef before the Jadefire Run. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "Dilithium Dance")
He became commanding officer of the Enterprise by 2430.
However, in the tabletop RPG game Massacre à l'Alcool, he was a Berserker, whose axe could hack off wings of even the largest flying creatures, given a sufficient number of hits. During the siege of Perseria, he defended Ariane Binks' anti-aircraft unit. He was also proficient at water magic, and he saved Annika Hansen from Belzebuth (and death) by killing him off in mid-air. He was played by a yeoman.