Monday, January 26, 2004

Part 2: Toon Trek

Toon Trek:


Page 2 - KZIN to XERIUS


(Or back to A - KYLE)

ToonsMress and Arex in New Frontier comic

This is a work in progress. I've tried to annotate this list with every element of Star Trek: The Animated Series (TAS) that has appeared in later episodes, movies, novels, comics, games, etc. Those entries marked with an asterisk ( * ) indicate names/terms given by the latter-day references. (B = Reference book, C = Comic, CG = Computer game, CS = Comic strip, M = Movie, N = Novel, RPG = Role playing game, SS = Short story, TOS-Remastered = The Original Series with new CGI FX, TV = Television episode, WG = War game, YA = Young adult novel). If you find something I missed, please let me know - Ian. Email me at: lindsay96@ozemail.com.au

Please note: This page is currently being reconstructed. New images and text updates are being prepared.


KZIN
of "The Slaver Weapon" and "Star Trek Log Ten" - Home planet of the KZINTI shown on star charts of the United Federation of Planets and its environs ("Star Trek Maps", rendered as the Kz'nti and Kznti Patriarchy, B; "TNG: Conspiracy", TV). Area indicates location of The Patriarchy ("Star Trek Star Charts", B).

Kzin creature in The Time Trap

KZIN COUNCILOR of "The Time Trap" and "Star Trek Log Four" - Bear-like, prototype Kzin member (above) of the ELYSIAN COUNCIL. Named as a Berikazin ("The Time Trap" novelization in "Star Trek Log Four", N). Cleverly not mentioned by name ("S.C.E.: Where Time Stands Still", eBook).

LA Times kzinti

KZINTI of "The Infinite Vulcan" (mentioned), "The Time Trap" (cameo), and "The Slaver Weapon" - Featured (in "The Terratin Incident" novelization in "Star Trek Log Four", "The Ambergris Element" novelization in "Star Trek Log Five", N; "Star Fleet Battles", WG). Kznti marker buoy featured ("Star Trek Maps", B). Fth-Captain and crew featured (LA Times syndicated storyline, "The Wristwatch Plantation", CS, illustration below). Mentioned ("From Sputnik to Warp Drive", C, in "Star Trek [The Enterprise Logs] Volume 4"; "Worlds of the Federation", B). Race mentioned, and two Kzinti visitors acknowledged in their native language by a Starfleet starbase commander, Maria Kellogg ("Ishmael", N). Mentioned, as the K'zinti ("Battlestations!", N). Race went unspecified as the twelfth ELYSIAN COUNCIL member ("S.C.E.: Where Time Stands Still", eBook). Ongoing felinoid alien race (Larry Niven's "The Warriors", "The Soft Weapon", SS, "Tales of Known Space" and "Ringworld" series, N, "Far Frontiers" Vol VII, B, AC Farley's cover illustration below, and "Man-Kzin Wars" series, N, illustration below far right).

Far FrontiersManKzin

Notes: "The Wristwatch Plantation" storyline was to have been novelized by Sharman DiVono with Larry Niven, but it did not proceed beyond proposal stage. Race rewritten as the M'dok Hegemony, another antagonistic felinoid race ("TNG: The Captains' Honor", N). Race rewritten as the Mirak Star League, yet another antagonistic felinoid race ("Starfleet Command" series, CG, based on "Star Fleet Battles", WG). The triple-breasted female felinoid dancer (in "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier", M) was referred to in backstage information as a "Kzinretti". Although we never see representatives of the Tzenkethi Coalition ("DS9: The Adversary", TV), some fans (wrongly) assume that this now-alligned race, with whom the Federation fought two wars ("DS9: Paradise Lost", TV), was intended to be the Kzinti, due to the near-anagram of the name. A Tzenkethi settlement is located on M'kemas III ("DS9: The Adversary", TV). Garek claims to have been a spy on Tzenketh ("DS9: By Inferno's Light", TV). Tzenkethi male described as a "feliform" biped ("DS9: Infinite Bureaucracy", SS, in "Strange New Worlds VII"). In 2006, the screenwriter Robert Hewitt Wolfe, who coined the term "Tzenkethi" for DS9 recalled, "I basically made them up. And yeah, I named them. But I can't remember if I was making a purposeful homage to Niven or not. If I had to guess, I suspect I did my usual and combined a couple things. Probably Kzinti and Tsankth. But when I picture them in my head, they weren't big cat people. I thought of them as more like the Hakazit." (The Tsankth are from "RuneQuest" and "HeroQuest", RPG. The Hakazit are from Jack L Chalker's "Well World" novels, and are described inconsistently as either: three-metre tall Tyrannosaurus Rexes with powerfully strong arms; or large mosquitoes.) There is also no connection between the Xindi ("Star Trek: Enterprise", TV) and the Kzinti, despite both fighting wars with Earth.

* KZNTI MARKER BUOY - see KZINTI.

LACTRA VII
of "The Eye of the Beholder" and "Star Trek Log Eight" - Featured (in the expanded "The Eye of the Beholder" novelization in "Star Trek Log Eight", N). Shown on star chart of the United Federation of Planets and its environs ("TNG: Conspiracy", TV).

LACTRANS of "The Eye of the Beholder" and "Star Trek Log Eight" - Race and home planet of LACTRA VII featured (in the expanded "The Eye of the Beholder" novelization in "Star Trek Log Eight", N). Mentioned ("The Worlds of the Federation", B).

Lematya

LE-MATYA of "Yesteryear" and "Star Trek Log One" - Incident recapped (View-Master's "Yesteryear" adaptation, "Mr. Spock's Time Trek" booklet; "Lt. Commdr. Spock: Psycho-file", C, in "The Enterprise Logs, Volume 3", B; "Vulcan's Glory", "Vulcan's Forge", "Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows", "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N). Vulcan lifeform featured ("The Vulcan Academy Murders", N, above; "Vulcan's Forge", N; "Special: The Needs of the One", "Door to the Cage", DC Series II, C; "Starfleet Survival Guide", "Roleplaying Game: Creatures", B). Mentioned ("The Prometheus Design", "Triangle", "Spock's World", "Demons", "Titan: Taking Wing", N; "The Worlds of the Federation", B; "Voyager: Pathways", "Vulcan's Soul: Exodus", "Ex Machina", "Vulcan's Soul: Exiles", "Vulcan's Soul: Epiphany", N).

LIFE SUPPORT BELTS - Skin-tight, glowing personal force fields, projected from waistbelts. Alternate technology to bulky environmental suits mentioned ("USS Enterprise Officer's Manual", B; "Bloodthirst", "DS9: The Tempest", "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", "Crucible: Kirk: The Star to Every Wandering", N). Called "bio-belts" ("Triangle", N). Called "life support shields" ("TNG: The Peacekeepers", N). Called "subspace isolation fields", projected from modified emergency transporter armbands ("TNG: Timescape", TV).

L-LANGON MOUNTAINS of "Yesteryear" and "Star Trek Log One" - Vulcan locale mentioned ("The Vulcan Academy Murders", "The Brave and the Bold: The Fourth Artifact", "Titan: The Red King", "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N). Referred to as "Llangon Hills" ("Vulcan's Glory", N). "The mountains" on Vulcan mentioned ("TNG: Unification", TV). See also VULCAN'S FORGE.

LUNAPORT of "Yesteryear" and "Star Trek Log One" - Locale on Earth's moon mentioned ("Enterprise: The Catwalk", TV; "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N). Name of base canonical since "The Catwalk".

LYNX CONSTELLATION - See CAIT.

MAGEN of "The Time Trap" - Psionic female hominid from the Omega Cygni system. Featured ("S.C.E.: Where Time Stands Still", eBook). Note: Misspelt "Megan" in the "The Time Trap" novelization in "Star Trek Log Four", N.

MANTILLES of "One of Our Planets is Missing" and "Star Trek Log One" - Earth colony in PALLAS 14 SYSTEM mentioned (in the novelization of "The Lorelei Signal" in "Star Trek Log Two", "Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows", "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N). See also GOVERNOR.

MEGAS-TU of "The Magicks of Megas-Tu" and "Star Trek Log Three" - Planet mentioned ("Crucible: Kirk: The Star to Every Wandering", N).

Return of Arex and M'Ress

Wedding

M'RESS, SHIBOLINE - Female CAITIAN relief Communications Officer on the USS Enterprise with rank of lieutenant. Home planet given as Cait in the Lynx constellation (TAS "Writers' Guide", "Star Trek Concordance", B; "Star Trek Log" series; N; "Biography of M'Ress", Lincoln Enterprises; "Who's Who in Star Trek", C). M'Mar is the mother of M'Ress; her litter sister M'Nass, and brothers M'Rest and M'Sitt; male friends are N'Nance, V'Rrone and D'Irraj and M'Ress's sire is M'Nault (in "The Ambergris Element" novelization in "Star Trek Log Five", N). Cameo appearance ("The Galactic Whirlpool", "Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows", N). Listed ("USS Enterprise Officer's Manual", B). Mentioned ("Ex Machina", N). Returns to the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A) as a science officer (post-"Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" comics, DC Series I, above) with the rank of lieutenant commander. Shiboline * M'Ress time jumps into TNG era, posted to USS Trident (all "New Frontier" from "Gateways: Cold Wars", N). Chief Science Officer (from "New Frontier: After the Fall", N; "New Frontier: Turnaround", C).

Moauv

Notes: M'Ress was once redrawn as a bluish hominid woman, but still M'Ress the Caitian (Power comic/record, "Passage to Moauv!", above). M'Ress was again redrawn (original art previewed in "Amazing Heroes" magazine #170, Aug 1989, page 99), replaced by Lieutenant M'yra, a reddish hominid woman with antelope horns and a devil's tail, in the post-"Star Trek V: The Final Frontier" comics, DC Series II (b/w and colour illustrations below).

M'Ress
M'yra

NACELLES, WARP of "One of Our Planets is Missing" and "Star Trek Log One" - It is possible to enter one in an emergency ("TNG: Eye of the Beholder"; "Enterprise: The Catwalk", TV) Canonical since "Eye of the Beholder".

Nasat

* NASAT of "The Jihad" - Em/3/Green (above), a Nasat, worked with Kirk to solve a theft on Skorr. Starfleet Corps of Engineers' P8 Blue (aka Pattie) identified as the same race ("S.C.E." series, eBooks, below). Insectoid members of the United Federation of Planets in TNG era. The Nasat homeworld is visited, and Z4 Blue featured ("S.C.E.: Balance of Nature", eBook). Race attributes mentioned ("The Lost Era: The Sundered", "Andor: Paradigm" in "Worlds of Deep Space Nine, Book 1", "Titan: The Red King", N). UFP Presidential advisor Z4 Blue (aka Ziff) of Nasat returns, and Federation Councilor C29 Green featured ("Articles of the Federation", N). Scientist V1 Red, Governor V5 Red, Q2 and the chief engineer of USS Io are Nasat ("Articles of the Federation", N). Race not named until "S.C.E." series.

P8Blue

NORED, ANNE of "The Survivor" and "Star Trek Log Two" - USS Enterprise security lieutenant mentioned as requesting a transfer ("The Lorelei Signal" novelization in "Star Trek Log Two", N). Listed as back aboard ("USS Enterprise Officer's Manual", B). Still an ensign in a previous chronological mission ("Crucible: Kirk: The Star to Every Wandering", N).

ORION CIVILIZATION
of "The Pirates of Orion" and "Star Trek Log Five" - Timeline disruption, caused while historians studied the dawn of Orion civilization, mentioned ("Crucible: Kirk: The Star to Every Wandering", N).

ORION COUNCILOR of "The Time Trap" and "Star Trek Log Four" - See DEVNA.

Orions

ORION HELMETS of "The Pirates of Orion" and "Star Trek Log Five" - Featured ("Errand of Fury: Demands of Honor", N).

Orion

ORIONS, MALE of "The Pirates of Orion" and "Star Trek Log Five" - Helmeted hominids featured (in "What Goes Around...", DC Comics, Series I, C, above; FASA materials, RPG) and many novels (especially "Prime Directive", "New Frontier: "House of Cards", "New Frontier: Excalibur: Restoration" and the "Errand of Fury" trilogy, N). Also featured ("Enterprise: Borderland", below, "Enterprise: Bound", TV). Race miscoloured a pasty blue/white for TAS and carried over into the DC Comic appearance. In most other appearances they are green like their female counterparts. (Reference to Sulu and Chekov defeating Orion pirates in the DC comic was from a cancelled novel concept, "Orion's Belt" by Robert Greenberger, intended to be part of "The Lost Years" saga.) Piracy incident of S.S. HURON mentioned ("Crucible: Kirk: The Star to Every Wandering", N). Notes: Some FASA roleplay gaming materials referred to male Orions' white/gold/green colouring being derived from varying amounts of melanin. Green complexion of Orion males canonical since "Borderland". A canonical link was made in "Borderland" between Orion slavers and the various races shown to be members of the Orion Syndicate (DS9's "Shadowplay", "Little Green Men", "The Ascent", "A Simple Investigation", "Call to Arms", "Honor Among Thieves" and "Prodigal Daughter", TV).

ENT Borderland


PALLAS 14 SYSTEM
of "One of Our Planets is Missing" and "Star Trek Log One" - Shown on star chart of the United Federation of Planets and its environs ("TNG: Conspiracy", TV). Mentioned ("Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows", N). See also MANTILLES.

PANDRO of "Bem" and "Star Trek Log Nine" - Homeworld of the PANDRONIANS featured (in the expanded "Bem" novelization in "Star Trek Log Nine", N). Mentioned ("Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N).

Pandronian

PANDRONIANS of "Bem" and "Star Trek Log Nine" - Sentient COLONY CREATURES in hominid form featured, and Premier Kau afdel Kaun, Lud eb Riss, ab Af, Dav pn Hon and da Mida named (in the expanded "Bem" novelization in "Star Trek Log Nine", N). Mentioned (novelization of "The Slaver Weapon" in "Star Trek Log Ten", "Titan: The Red King", N). Artist Lura bn Zel mentioned ("Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N). See Ari bn BEM.

* PATRIARCHY, KZINTI - Mentioned ("Star Trek Maps", rendered as the Kz'nti and Kznti Patriarchy, B; LA Times syndicated storyline, "The Wristwatch Plantation", CS). Featured ("Star Fleet Battles", WG). Location of The Patriarchy mentioned ("Star Trek Star Charts", B). See also KZINTI.

PHYLOS of "The Infinite Vulcan" and "Star Trek Log Two" - Home planet of the PHYLOSIANS mentioned (in the novelization of "Once Upon a Planet" in "Star Trek Log Three", N). Shown on star chart of the United Federation of Planets and its environs ("Star Trek Maps", B; "TNG: Conspiracy", TV).

PHYLOSIAN COUNCILOR of "The Time Trap" - Member of the ELYSIAN COUNCIL. Featured ("S.C.E.: Where Time Stands Still", eBook).

Phylosian

PHYLOSIANS of "The Infinite Vulcan" ("Star Trek Log Two") and "The Time Trap" - Sentient, plant-like race mentioned ("The Worlds of the Federation", B, above; "TNG: Unification", "TNG: A Time to Harvest", N). A Phylosian cameos ("The Fearful Summons", N). A Phylosian is part of the crew on the Vulcan science vessel, Sakar ("Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows", N). The trapped Phylosians in ELYSIA finally escape ("S.C.E.: Where Time Stands Still", eBook). See also AGMAR, RETLAW PLANT, SWOOPERS and VODER.

POD SHIP, ALIEN of "Beyond the Farthest Star" and "Star Trek Log One" - Featured ("Ships of the Line Calendar: 2007"; reprinted "Ships of the Line", B).

POLICE SHIPS, KZINTI of "The Slaver Weapon" and "Star Trek Log Ten" - Mentioned (LA Times syndicated storyline, "The Wristwatch Plantation", CS).

* POOLE, DOCTOR SARAH - See Doctor Sarah Poole APRIL.

PRACTICAL JOKES of "The Practical Joker" and "Star Trek Log Six" - Incident of computer malfunction mentioned ("Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows", "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N).

QUESTAR M17 of "Beyond the Farthest Star" and "Star Trek Log One" - Mentioned ("Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N).

RECREATION ROOM of "The Practical Joker" and "Star Trek Log Six" - Mentioned (in the expanded "The Eye of the Beholder" novelization in "Star Trek Log Eight", "The Prometheus Design", N; "Holographs" segment of "What's the Star Trek Connection?" TAS DVD). Featured ("My Enemy, My Ally", "Spock's World", N; "The Final Voyage", DC Comics Series I Annual, C). Interactive holographic technology attributed to Dr Richard Daystrom ("The Rift", N). Technology mentioned ("USS Enterprise Officer's Manual", B). Prototype of the 24th century Starfleet holodeck (TNG series, TV). Canonical since "TNG: Encounter at Farpoint".

RETLAW PLANT, PHYLOSIAN of "The Infinite Vulcan" and "Star Trek Log Two" - Mentioned ("USS Enterprise Officer's Manual", B; "The Worlds of the Federation", B) "Retlaw" is "Walter" [Koenig], spelled backwards. See also PHYLOSIANS.

RIGEL II of "Mudd's Passion" and "Star Trek Log Three" - Home planet of Rigellian HYPNOID mentioned ("Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N).

RIGELLIAN HYPNOID
- See HYPNOID, RIGELLIAN.

* ROBERT APRIL WAY, SAN FRANCISCO
- See Robert T. APRIL.

ROMULAN COUNCILOR
of "The Time Trap" and "Star Trek Log Four" - See XERIUS.

SCOUT VESSEL of "Mudd's Passion" and "Star Trek Log Three" - Featured ("USS Enterprise Officer's Manual", B).

Sehlat

SEHLAT of "Yesteryear" and "Star Trek Log One" - Sabre-toothed, bear-like Vulcan lifeform. First onscreen appearance was in TAS, but had already been described canonically in "Journey to Babel" (TOS), TV. Featured (View-Master's "Yesteryear" adaptation, "Mr. Spock's Time Trek" booklet; "The Vulcan Academy Murders", "Vulcan's Glory", "Voyager: Pathways", "Vulcan's Forge", N; "The Needs of the One", DC Comics Series II Special, C; "Voyager: Starfleet Academy: The Chance Factor", YA; "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N). Tukok's pet sehlat, Wari, featured ("The Lost Era: The Sundered", N). Mentioned ("The Worlds of the Federation", B; "TNG: Unification", TV; "Captain's Table: Where Sea Meets Sky", "Genesis Wave, Book 3", "Vulcan's Soul: Exodus", "Titan: Taking Wing", "Titan: The Red King", "Vulcan's Soul: Epiphany", N; "Sehlat" segment of "What's the Star Trek Connection?" TAS DVD; "TNG: The Space Between", C). Featured ("Enterprise: The Forge", TV, above); call imitated ("Enterprise: Kir'Shara", TV). Baseball team, the Palombo Sehlats, mentioned ("Articles of the Federation", N). Canonical since "Journey to Babel". See also I-CHAYA.

SELEK of "Yesteryear" and "Star Trek Log One" - Adult Spock's guise while time travelling on Vulcan. Incident recapped (View-Master's "Yesteryear" adaptation, "Mr. Spock's Time Trek" booklet; "Vulcan's Glory", "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N). Mentioned ("USS Enterprise Officer's Manual", B).

SEPEK of "Yesteryear" and "Star Trek Log One" - Contemporary of Spock presumably namesake of Sepek Academic Scholarship listed on screen ("TNG: Eye of the Beholder", TV). Note: Presumably, one of the young Vulcans in "Star Trek" 2009, M.

* SESSICA - Flute-like musical instrument owned by AREX ("Biography of Arex", Lincoln Enterprises). Featured ("The Terratin Incident" novelization in "Star Trek Log Four", N; "The Road to Edos" in "New Frontier: No Limits", SS). See also ELISIAR. Note: Arex played a mandolin-like stringed instrument (with two necks) in TAS.

ShiKahr

SHIKAHR of "Yesteryear" and "Star Trek Log One" - Vulcan locale of ShiKahr mentioned ("Ishmael", "Demons", "Vulcan's Forge", "The Lost Era: The Sundered", "The Brave and the Bold: The Fourth Artifact", "Vulcan's Soul: Exodus", "Titan: The Red King", "Vulcan's Soul: Exiles", "Vulcan's Soul: Epiphany", N; "The Kobayashi Alternative", CG). Appearance, based on TAS ("Amok Time", TOS-Remastered, TV). Spelt "Shi-Kahr" (booklet accompanying View-Master's "Yesteryear" adaptation, "Mr. Spock's Time Trek") and misspelt "Shi-Kar" ("Lt. Commdr. Spock: Psycho-file", C, in "The Enterprise Logs, Volume 3", B). Featured and spelt Shi'Khar ("Captain's Glory", N). Mentioned and spelt ShirKahr ("Ships of the Line", B). Alternate timeline vessel named VSS ShiKahr featured ("Killing Time", N). Holodeck program, Shi-Kar Desert Survival, Vulcan listed on panel ("TNG: The Emissary", TV). Vessel named USS ShirKahr visible onscreen ("DS9: Tears of the Prophets", TV). Skon, father of Sarek, translated the writings of Surak into English, in a volume entitled The Teachings of Surak: Complete and Unabridged - Translated from the Vulcan by Skon of Shi'Khar ("Enterprise: Two Days and Two Nights", TV). ShiKahr Academy mentioned ("Enterprise: Fusion", TV). featured and spelt Shi'Khar ("Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N). Accepted as semi-canonical by some reference books but sometimes misspelt "ShirKahr".

SHUTTLECRAFT, HEAVY-ARMOURED of "Once Upon a Planet" ("Star Trek Log Three") and "Mudd's Passion" ("Star Trek Log Three") - Featured ("USS Enterprise Officer's Manual", B).

Skorr

SKORR of "The Jihad" and "Star Trek Log Five" - Mentioned ("Battlestations!", N). Ensign Rixa, female crewmember of this avian race, featured ("TNG: Section 31: Rogue", N). Skorrian fritters, served in a Kaferian apple compote, mentioned ("DS9: Mission Gamma, Book 1: Twilight", N). USS Titan Lieutenant Commander desYog featured ("Titan: The Red King", N). Goddess teneYa-choFe mentioned ("Titan: The Red King", N). Note: TAS card set from Rittenhouse assumes the Skorr is the same race as AURELIANS.

SLAVERS of "The Slaver Weapon" and "Star Trek Log Ten" - Extinct race mentioned ("Star Trek Maps", B). Also known as the Thrint (Larry Niven's non-ST "World of Ptavvs", N, and other "Tales of Known Space" series, N). See also Slaver STASIS BOX.

SORD - See GNALISH.

SPOCK 2 of "The Infinite Vulcan" - Giant clone of Spock, created by KENICLIUS 5, mentioned (in the novelization of "Once Upon a Planet" in "Star Trek Log Three", N).

SPOCK'S CHILDHOOD of "Yesteryear" and "Star Trek Log One". Spock's difficult childhood referenced ("TNG: Unification", TV; "Ex Machina", "Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows", N). Time travel incident involving Spock mentioned ("Crucible: Kirk: The Star to Every Wandering", N). Sarek's speech about young Spock's destiny, from "Yesteryear", repeated verbatim ("Star Trek" 2009, M). See also KAHSWAN RITUAL.

STARFLEET IDENTIFICATION CARD of "Mudd's Passion" and "Star Trek Log Three" - Featured ("Star Trek III: The Search for Spock", "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home", M; "The Vulcan Academy Murders", N). Canonical since ST III.

STASIS BOX, SLAVER of "The Slaver Weapon" and "Star Trek Log Ten" - Ancient artifact of the SLAVERS featured (in the expanded "The Slaver Weapon" novelization in "Star Trek Log Ten", N).

SWOOPERS, PHYLOSIAN of "The Infinite Vulcan" and "Star Trek Log Two" - Flying plant form mentioned ("The Worlds of the Federation", B) See also PHYLOSIANS.

TASMEEN of "Yesteryear" and "Star Trek Log One" - Vulcan calendar month or season mentioned (View-Master's "Yesteryear" adaptation, "Mr. Spock's Time Trek" booklet; "The Kobayashi Alternative", CG; "Sarek", "Vulcan's Forge", "Vulcan's Soul: Exodus", "Vulcan's Soul: Exiles", "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", "Vulcan's Soul: Epiphany", N).

TELLARITE COUNCILOR of "The Time Trap" and "Star Trek Log Four" - Male member of the ELYSIAN COUNCIL. Mentioned ("S.C.E.: Where Time Stands Still", eBook).

TERRA TEN COLONY of "The Terratin Incident" and "Star Trek Log Four" - Long-lost Earth colonisation project. Mentioned ("Starfleet Spaceflight Chronology", B; "S.C.E.: Out of the Cocoon", eBook). See also TERRATIN.

TERRATIN of "The Terratin Incident" and "Star Trek Log Four" - Former TERRA TEN COLONY, now of VERDANIS, mentioned ("Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N).

TAS Commander Thelin

THELIN of "Yesteryear" - Alternate timeline ANDORIAN replacement for Spock featured ("Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N). THELIN'S COMPLEXION and antennae mistakenly miscoloured (as pale grey and caucasian) in some frames of the original animated series. Explained as him being part Aenar ("The Chimes at Midnight" in "Myriad Universes: Echoes and Refractions", N, below).

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THELIN'S COMPLEXION of "Yesteryear" - Pale ANDORIAN subspecies called the Aenar featured ("Enterprise: Babel One", TV, as an unidentified helmeted pilot) and revealed ("Enterprise: United", "Enterprise: The Aenar", "Enterprise: These Are the Voyages...", TV; "Enterprise: The Good That Men Do", N).

TIBERIUS of "Bem" and "Star Trek Log Nine" - James T. Kirk's middle name ("Admiral Kirk's Preface" in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", "The Galactic Whirlpool", N; "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country", M; "James T Kirk" segment of "What's the Star Trek Connection?" TAS DVD; various other references). Canonical since ST VI. Revealed as first name of Kirk's paternal grandfather ("Star Trek" 2009, M).

T'KHUT - See T'KUHT.

Yesteryear

* T'KUHT of "Yesteryear" - Vulcan planetoid shown in orbit ("Mr. Spock's Time Trek", View-master adaptation of "Yesteryear", above; "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", M, below; "The Vulcan Academy Murders", N; "The Needs of the One", DC Comics Series II Special, C; "Star Trek Star Charts", B). Spelt T'Khut ("Spock's World", "Voyager: Pathways", N; "The Worlds of the Federation", "New Worlds, New Civilizations", B). Name given as T'Rukh and explanation that the name changes are seasonal ("Sarek", N). Notes: Name "T'Kuht" coined by Gordon Carleton (of T'Kuhtian Press fanzines) to explain the misleading TOS quote, "Vulcan has no moon, Miss Uhura". Described as "Vulcan's twin planet" in booklet accompanying View-Master's "Yesteryear" adaptation, "Mr. Spock's Time Trek". If seeking T'Kuht on live-action DVD, it now only appears in the trimmed scenes section of the "ST:TMP Director's Edition".

T'khut

* THRINT - See SLAVERS.

TREATY OF SIRIUS of "The Slaver Weapon" and "Star Trek Log Ten" - Mentioned ("Star Trek Maps", B; "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N). Spelt "Syrius" (LA Times syndicated storyline, "The Wristwatch Plantation", CS).

TRIANGULAR CONSTELLATION - See EDOS.

TRIBBLE PREDATOR
- See GLOMMER.

* TRIEX - Home planet of AREX ("New Frontier" series, N; "The Road to Edos" in "New Frontier: No Limits", SS). See also EDOS.

Enterprise Experiment #1 (IDW)

* TRIEXIANS - Tripedal, but less animated offshoot of the EDOANS. The USS Enterprise's AREX time jumps into TNG era and is now security chief of USS Trident (All "New Frontier" from "Gateways: Cold Wars", N; "The Road to Edos" in "New Frontier: No Limits", SS; "New Frontier: Turnaround"). Bral is transportation manager on Nan Bacco's presidential campaign staff ("TNG: A Time for War, a Time for Peace", N). Artrin na Yel of Triex served on the Federation Security Council ("Articles of the Federation", N). Kralis na Then mentioned ("Articles of the Federation", N). A Triexian transport captain featured ("IoDnl'pu' vavpu' je", SS, in "Tales from the Captain's Table"). Perhaps the tripodal 24th century officer in Starfleet uniform (in "TNG: USS Enterprise Officer's Manual", B, below) is actually Triexian?

Triexian

T'RUKH - See T'KUHT.

TURBOLIFT, EMERGENCY BRIDGE - Second turboshaft entrance added to bridge of USS Enterprise. Redesign of starship shown as Achernar class ("Star Trek Starfleet Technical Manual", B). Canonical since TMP.

VEDALA of "The Jihad" and "Star Trek Log Five" - Sentient, ancient felinoid race mentioned ("The Lost Era: Serpents Among the Ruins", "Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows", N).

VERDANIS of "The Terratin Incident" and "Star Trek Log Four" - New location of the TERRATIN colonists mentioned ("Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N).

VENDORIAN of "The Survivor" and "Star Trek Log Two" - Race's language mentioned ("Enterprise: Rosetta", N). See also Carter WINSTON.

Phylosian

VODER of "The Infinite Vulcan" and "Star Trek Log Two" - Or "vocoder", technology for synthesising speech first used by PHYLOSIANS (above) also mentioned being used by Hortas ("Rihannsu" series, "Articles of the Federation", N; "Double Blind", DC Comics, Series I, C, below; "The Kobayashi Alternative", CG), a chitonous Xranxi Vion receptionist ("How Much for Just the Planet?", N), the maimed Bajoran, Orta ("DS9: Ensign Ro", TV; "The Brave and the Bold", N) and other aliens ("Ex Machina", N).

Naraht's voder

VULCAN COUNCILOR of "The Time Trap" and "Star Trek Log Four" - Male member of the ELYSIAN COUNCIL. Mentioned ("S.C.E.: Where Time Stands Still", eBook).

VULCAN'S FORGE of "Yesteryear" and "Star Trek Log One" - Vulcan desert locale mentioned ("DS9: Change of Heart", TV; "Vulcan's Forge", "Stargazer: Oblivion", "The Brave and the Bold: The Fourth Artifact", "To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh", "Vulcan's Soul: Exodus", "Titan: Taking Wing", "Articles of the Federation", "TNG: Death in Winter", "Titan: The Red King", "Vulcan's Soul: Exiles", "Captain's Glory", "Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", "Vulcan's Soul: Epiphany", N; "Night of the Vulture" in "Tales of the Dominion War", SS; Enterprise: The Forge", "Enterprise: Awakening", "Enterprise: Kir'shara", TV). Canonical since "Change of Heart". Also referred to in TAS as part of the L-LANGON MOUNTAINS. Note: the term "Vulcan's Forge" dates back to a Star Trek fanzine from 1969.

WALKING BEAR, DAWSON
of "How Sharper than a Serpent's Tooth" and "Star Trek Log Six" - Mentioned ("Crucible: Spock: The Fire and the Rose", N; "Native American Crew" segment of "What's the Star Trek Connection?" TAS DVD). Notes: USS Enterprise ensign rewritten as Lieutenant Sulu in professionally published version of "The Patient Parasites", a script by TAS scriptwriter Russell Bates, for "Star Trek: The New Voyages 2". Character was to have been featured in "Armada", a novel by Robert J Sawyer that did not proceed beyond proposal stage.

WATER-BREATHERS of "The Ambergris Element" and "Star Trek Log Five" - Incident whereby Kirk and Spock were transformed on ARGO mentioned ("Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows", N).

WESLEY, ROBERT - See GOVERNOR.

WINSTON, CARTER of "The Survivor" and "Star Trek Log Two" - Kirk once met a VENDORIAN shapeshifter disguised as this human. The original Winston featured ("Star Trek Spaceflight Chronology", B; "The Final Reflection", N).

XERIUS of "The Time Trap" and "Star Trek Log Four" - Romulan male member of the ELYSIAN COUNCIL. Featured ("S.C.E.: Where Time Stands Still", eBook).

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2 comments:

  1. Whats up with Star Trek and the Blue-Viagra skin color on M'Ress... Why do they always use that color?

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