Urie was a Malachorian engineer serving on the Stoneship in 2401. She was a damage control team leader. She was an accomplished soapbox car racer, first taking part in the Malachor Grand Prix, placing 4th with Commander Catalena Rinne as her driver. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "Highly Illogical")

Likewise, she also ran on Xita, winning the Fire Mountain Rally and placing second on the Grabvine Gateway, being beaten by her commanding officer inside the Darth Mall by mere centimeters but later flew a Ku'Rist-class attack fighter to the shuttlebay, where it was reverse engineered. Her role in the capture of that fighter earned her a Lyran Bronze Star and a promotion to junior lieutenant from ensign. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "At the Soapbox Races")

She gave a Klingon bettor what was dubbed "the most expensive dance lesson ever" on Chelymun, later winning the Jadefire Run as a brakewoman. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "Dilithium Dance")

After the mission that destroyed an U'lanna astro-miner, she got married to Mrazek on Starbase 47 (Lyran). (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "A Knight without Armor")

She briefly served as chief engineer on the IKS Pterodactyl-of-Prey, and also took part in a Klingon-made holographic program where a 2012 look-alike debated a tuition hike with her. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "Rode the 300")

Her first two-seater victory came at the Frozen Howler race, a race so full of carnage and damage that only 7 teams actually finished the race out of 108. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "Cruchitude Dump")

Service record[edit | edit source]

  • Lyran SE O-2.png Stoneship, engineer (2401)
  • Lyran SE O-3.png Stoneship, engineer (2401-)

Decorations[edit | edit source]

  • Bronze Star Ribbon.png - Bronze Star (2401)

Background[edit | edit source]

Due to the use of photomanipulations, Urie is "played" by Joanie Martineau, an University of Montreal student at the time of the production of Star Trek: The Stoneship Files, later appearing as a character in "Rode the 300" and taking part in the mega-protest in Montreal on March 22nd, 2012 that was the basis of the final scene of the episode.

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