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Name : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # All

NameUp Description First seen
Sakari1 Species which was devastated by the Borg and subsequently attempted to hide their existence to avoid further attacks.1 Blood Fever
Salmon2 A species of Earth fish which, although they live in the sea, feel an irresistible compulsion to return to their spawning grounds in inland rivers to mate before dying. Spock compared this to the compulsion Vulcans feel to find a mate during Pon'Farr.2 Amok Time
Saltah'na3 Gamma Quadrant species; they produced telepathic objects which could affect the minds of others3 Dramatis Personae
Samarian Coral Fish4 Aquatic lifeform which are sometimes perceived in nebula clouds4 Imaginary Friend
Sand Bat5 Creatures which appear to be inanimate rock crystals, until they attack5 The Empath
Sark6 An animal native to the Klingon homeworld of Qo'noS. Sarks could be ridden much as Earth horses could. A simulation of a Sark was one of the options available for riding on the holodecks of the Enterprise-D.6 Pen Pals
Sarpeidonian7 When their planet was threatened by a nova, this species saved themselves by traveling into their past.7 All Our Yesterdays
Sarthonian8 Natives of Sarthong V. The Sarthonians strongly opposed any trespassers on their planet8, though this did not stop Vash from going there.9 Captain's Holiday
Satarran10 A species encountered by the Enterprise-D in 2368. The Satarrans were locked in a war with the Lysians, but had been unable to win. Both cultures were at least a century behind the Federation in technology, so the Satarrans developed a plan to use a memory blanking technology to fool the Enterprise-D crew into believing they were at war with the Lysians. A Satarran agent posed as the Executive officer of the ship to carry out this mission, disguising himself as a Human. The attempt was unsuccessful.10 Conundrum
Saurian11 Saurians were members of the Enterprise crew during the V'Ger incident of 2371.11 Star Trek : The Motion Picture
Scalosians12 Humanoid inhabitants of the planet Scalos. The Scalosians were subject to biochemical acceleration by volcanic radiation many generations ago which made them move at many hundreds of times normal speed. The radiation also decreased fertility in females and completely sterilized all males. To continue their species the Scalosians kidnapped crewmembers from passing ships, a process which continued until 2268 when the USS Enterprise arrived at the planet. Captain Kirk was able to defeat the Scalosian's attempts to infiltrate his ship, and subsequently Starfleet warned all nearby species to stay away from Scalos.12 Wink of an Eye
Scathos13 Species who kill any woman under forty who conceives a child13 Elogium
Screetch rhino14 Creature which could weigh 3,000 tons. Dax promised Sisko that a holographic image projector could make him look like a Screetch rhino.14 Second Skin
Sehlat15 Vulcan animal resembling a Teddy Bear, but with six inch fangs15 Sehlat's were to be found in the region of desert known as The Forge; they were predatory carnivores who hunted at night. One chased Captain Archer and T'Pol in the region whilst they were there in 2154.16 Journey to Babel
Selay17 Deadly enemies of the Anticans, the Selay were also considered for Federation membership in 2364.17 Lonely Among Us
Seltan Carnosaur18 Reptilian lifeform approximately 300 metres tall18 One Little Ship
Serosian19 Delta Quadrant species from the planet Seros; the Serosians used isomorphic projections as menial labourers. In 2374 Voyager's crew encountered a projection which had murdered the crew of his ship.19 Revulsion
Sheep20 Earth mammal. In primitive times the milk, meat, and most especially the fleece of sheep were widely used on Earth. The Bringloidi still kept sheep when the Enterprise-D encountered them in 2365.20 Up The Long Ladder
Sheliak21 A powerful and mysterious life form, the Sheliak have a tendency to regard other species - especially Humanoid species - as inferior. Classified as type R-3, they are only vaguely Humanoid themselves. Their precise form is not clear, as the Sheliak hide their physical form under a concealing garment when contacting Humanoids. There are indications that they may have at least a slight degree of shape shifting ability - the constant movement of their body under the garment indicates that their external shape is somewhat variable. This, however, is purely speculative at present.

The Federation signed the Treaty of Armens with the Sheliak in 2255. An extensive document, the treaty ceded several worlds to the Sheliak including Tau Cygna V. In 2366 the Sheliak transmitted a message to the Federation indicating that they were about to colonize the planet, and that the Human population would be eradicated if it were not removed. This came as something of a surprise to the Federation, who were not aware of any colony on the planet.

The Enterprise-D was dispatched to deal with the problem, and discovered a colony of many thousands of people on Tau Cygna V. Leaving Lieutenant Commander Data on the planet the ship went to intercept the Sheliak vessel. The Sheliak who spoke to Captain Picard called himself the "Director". He claimed his ship carried "The Membership", part of the Sheliak Corporate. He declined all requests for further time to evacuate the planet, instead threatening to exterminate the Humans on arrival. The Sheliak were determined to stick precisely to the letter of the treaty, claiming the document as an absolute description of the relationship between themselves and the Federation.

Picard was eventually able to find a loophole in the treaty, naming the Grisellas as arbiters of the dispute as allowed one of its articles. Since the Grisellas were at the time in a hibernation period, this gave the Federation all the time needed to evacuate the colony.21
The Ensigns of Command
Shib'a lizard22 Type of animal native to an alien planet. They don't move very fast.22 Marauders
Shivolian23 Delta Quadrant species, Borg designation Species 52123 Survival Instinct
Sikarians24 One of the many species that Voyager has encountered on its journey home, the Sikarians are in some respects significantly more advanced than the Federation. They are renowned in the Delta Quadrant as a friendly and generous people who extend great hospitality to visitors, and were happy to entertain Voyagers crew. Indeed, from the limited contact that Voyager had with the Sikarians it appeared that they had solved all of their material problems and were largely concerned with overcoming the boredom which resulted.

The Sikarians advanced technology is most apparent in their trajector system. This is a form of matter transmission similar in its operation to Federation transporters. However, the Sikarian planet has a mantle of tetrahedral quarts 20 kilometres thick; by using this to amplify their trajector field, the Sikarians have achieved field magnitudes ten orders of magnitude beyond anything the Federation has, allowing them to instantaneously transport objects up to 40,000 light years.

Voyager was naturally keen to use this technology, but the Sikarian culture has a policy similar to the Federations Prime Directive which forbids them from lending such help. Captain Janeway offered the Sikarian ruling council a copy of the Federation literary database in return for the use of the trajector - the Sikarians prize stories greatly, but although this offer was tempting it was ultimately refused. Several of Voyagers crew set up negotiations with dissident Sikarians and purchased a trajector unit in return for the database, an act in direct violation of Janeways orders. Although the trade was successful, the trajector technology proved to be incompatible with Voyagers systems due to its dependence on antineutrinos.

Although Voyager has made several significant leaps forward in her journey since this time, it is still technically within range of the Sikarians trajector system. Nevertheless there have been no further contacts with the Sikarians.24
Prime Factors
Sinoraptor25 Creature known for having great fighting spirit. When Kira Nerys wanted to join the Shakaar resistance cell Lupaza said that she should be accepted as she had the heart of a Sinoraptor.25 The Darkness and the Light
Skagaran26 Intelligent species native to the Delphic Expanse. The Skagarans abducted groups of Humans from Earth in circa. 1864 for use as slave labour on a colony world in the Expanse. The Humans rebelled against their masters and overthrew them; unfortunately the Humans then established a legal system in which Skagarans had very few rights and were themselves poorly treated. The Humans and Skagarans began to move towards mutual tolerance in 2154 thanks to the intervention of the NX-01 Enterprise.26 North Star
Skreean27 A gamma Quadrant species. Fleeing the Dominion, the refugee Skreean mistook Bajor for their promised land in 2370, but were not allowed to settle there by the government.27 Sanctuary
Sky Spirit28 Human name for a delta quadrant species which visited Earth tens of thousands of years ago.28 Tattoo
Sloth29 Earth animal to be found near the Amazon river as of 2151.29 Fight or Flight
Sluggo29 Slug-like creature, one of the first lifeforms discovered by the NX-01 on its exploration mission.29 Fight or Flight
Snow beetle30 Creature which Dr. Phlox kept in sickbay to feed to his other animals.30 Chosen Realm
Solais31 The Solais warred for centuries, but were helped towardspeace by the mediator Riva.31 Loud as a Whisper
Solanagen based life form32 Existing in a parallel dimension, these beings abducted several members of the Enterprise-D crew to experiment on them.32 Schisms
Son'a33 The Ba'ku are a people filled with contradictions. Their home world is unknown, but is believed to be located beyond Federation space. Some three hundred years and fifty years ago the Ba'ku had entered a period of rapidly escalating and uncontrolled technological advancement, to the point where they were on the verge of destroying themselves. A group of Ba'ku left their world to begin again, fearing a catastrophe. Determined not to repeat the mistakes the rest of their people had made, the Ba'ku adopted a philosophy of near total avoidance of high technology. The Ba'ku claimed that when a machine was built to do the work of a person, it took away an essential quality of that person.

For two hundred years the Ba'ku society continued in a pre industrial state; however, in the 2270's a group of young Ba'ku attempted to seize control of the settlement. They planned to abandon the policy on non reliance on technology and become a star faring species once again, but their attempt quickly failed and the group were exiled from the planet in a spacecraft constructed specifically for this purpose.

Renaming themselves the Son'a, the exiled Ba'ku spent almost fifty years building a technologically based culture on a world beyond Federation borders. In the 2320's they conquered two other species and integrated them into their society as a labour class in order to provide themselves with the manpower base needed to turn them into a major power. By the 2370's the Ba'ku were maintaining a fleet of some two hundred warships. Their reputation in galactic affairs was not a good one - in part due to their subjugation of other species, but also because they were widely rumoured to employ subspace weaponry on their warships. For many years the Federation declined to establish diplomatic relations with the Son'a, but after the beginning of the Dominion war it was learned that the Son'a were able to reproduce Ketracel White in large quantities. The Federation immediately moved to isolate the Son'a from the Dominion and establish an alliance with them, a move the Son'a welcomed with open arms.

However, the Son'a had one major problem; without the unique environment of the Ba'ku planet, the original generation of Son'a were reaching the end of their natural lives. Used to immortality, their leaders became obsessed with regaining the youth they had lost. Unable to challenge the Federation directly, the Son'a siezed on the opportunity presented by the offer of an alliance. When they learned that Starfleet had already discovered the Ba'ku settlement and learned of the immortality enjoyed by the natives, the Son'a came to the Federation offering an explanation for the Ba'ku puzzle; high concentrations of metaphasic radiation particles in the planets rings was continually regenerating the genetic structure of the life on the planet. Concealing their Ba'ku heritage, the Son'a offered a method of collecting this radiation via a large orbital vessel they had constructed. The potential was awesome; a whole new medical science would be created, with sufficient radiation present in the rings to treat billions of individuals. However, the collection method involved initiating an isothermic reaction within the rings which would destroy all life on the surface of the planet.

Naturally, the Federation refused this offer as it would contravene the Prime Directive. However, it was agreed to establish a duck blind facility on the surface and conduct covert surveillance of the Ba'ku in an attempt to investigate the planets environment more thoroughly. During this research it became apparent to the Federation that the Ba'ku were not in fact a primitive people; they possessed technological knowledge up to and including warp drive. With Prime Directive considerations considerably eased by the Ba'ku's new status, the Federation decided to proceed with the Son'a plan. The whole Ba'ku population was limited to six hundred people, all living in one small area. The Federation constructed a replica of their village and the surrounding countryside on a suitably similar planet, and a vessel was built which was capable of transplanting the Ba'ku without their knowledge. However, shortly prior to the implementation of the plan Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise-E discovered the operation and made it public, including the fact that the Son'a and Ba'ku were one and the same people. The Federation halted the entire project while a reappraisal was initiated.

After the failure of the project to relocate the Ba'ku, some of the Son'a decided to return to their people. Others have continued to operate independently. The Federation council is continuing its deliberations on the matter.33
Star Trek : Insurrection
Soong-type Android34 Form of Android based around a positronic network34 Datalore
Soukara Lizard35 Creature found on the planet Soukara. Worf and Jadzia encoutered one of these whilst on a covert mission to the planet.35 In the Pale Moonlight
Soukaran Snake35 Reptilian life form from the planet Soukara. Worf and Jadzia saw one of these whilst on a covert mission to the planet.35 In the Pale Moonlight
Space Jellyfish36 This species were first encountered by the USS Enterprise-D in 2364. They are spacegoing creatures of immense size, capable of converting matter into energy and back again in almost any form. This allows them to reconfigure their bodies at will into almost any shape or form. One of the creatures had landed on the Deneb IV, injured and desperately short of energy. The Bandi fed the creature enough to keep it alive but not to let it leave the planet, essentially enslaving it.36

The Bandi forced the creature to configure itself into a luxurious Starbase, which they offered to the Federation. However, whilst negotiations for the use of the base were in progress the creature's mate arrived, in the form of a large spacecraft, to attack the Bandi for what they had done. Captain Picard was able to uncover the truth of the situation and fed the grounded creature enough energy to return to space, where it reunited with its mate and departed. Counsellor Troi reported that both creatures were extremely grateful for the assistance.36

Encounter at Farpoint
Space Shrimp13 Space going life form which Voyager encountered in 2371.13 Elogium
Space Vampire29 This mysterious species preyed on others, draining biochemicals from their corpses after raiding their ships. The NX-01 encountered the species early in its mission in 2151.29 Fight or Flight
Space Whale37 Lifeform which lived entirely in space. Data described the creature as an asymmetrical field of intense energy, comprising a mass of plasma energy contained within an outer covering of silicates, actinides, and carbonaceous chondrites. Although sensors had difficulty penetrating the interior, it appeared that there was a coherent system of energy storage and utilization at work. The creatures were able to produce energy discharges to scan its surroundings, but could also produce a damaging energy dampening field and dangerous levels of radiation. The creatures were extremely susceptible to even minimal levels of phaser fire. The creatures were discovered by the Enterprise-D in 2367; the ship was forced to kill the first creature encountered when it attacked the ship. they were subsequently able to free an infant creature from the body. The infant latched onto the ship for a time, drawing energy from it. They were eventually able to dislodge the creature safely.37 Galaxy's Child
Spawn Beetle13 Insect13 Elogium
Species 1002638 Delta quadrant species assimilated by the Borg in 2375.38 Dark Frontier, Part 1
Species 11639 A member of this species attempted to have the crew of Voyager assimilated by the Borg.39 Hope and Fear
Species 12538 Species of which the Borg Queen is a member38 Dark Frontier, Part 1
Species 14940 Species assimilated by the Borg; the assimilation gave the Borg advanced medical technology40 Mortal Coil
Species 25941 Borg designation for a species which resided in Galactic cluster 341 The Gift
Species 26242 A primitive species assimilated by the Borg around 2145; the Borg gained some knowledge of the Omega molecule from this species42 The Omega Directive
Species 26342 Species assimilated by the Borg; the species believed the Omega molecule was a drop of their creators blood42 The Omega Directive
Species 31243 Species assimilated by the Borg; this species used a type of shield technology which Voyager encountered protecting a primitive species on a planet in the Delta Quadrant.43 Natural Law
Species 517444 Borg designation for a Delta Quadrant civilisation44 Hunters
Species 57123 Delta quadrant humanoids who worship Brothera.23 Survival Instinct
Species 597345 A species encountered by the Borg in galactic cluster eight. Species 5973 are multi-spectrum particle life-forms.45 The Haunting of Deck Twelve
Species 633946 A species largely assimilated by the Borg which attempted to fight back by infecting the collective with a virus.46 Infinite Regress
Sphere Builders47 The real name of this species is unknown, if indeed they have such a name. They are known to the Xindi as the Guardians48, to the Triannon as The makers30, and more generically as simply The Sphere Builders.47 Existing in a dimension which is completely separate from our own, the Guardians long sought to find a way to colonise our universe. Unfortunately for them the laws of physics in our universe are significantly different from their own, and as a result exposure to our space is rapidly lethal to the Guardians. Approximately a thousand years ago they embarked on an ambitious attempt to 'reconfigure' our space, gradually altering the physical laws so that they could survive here.49 To this end they built a series of gigantic spheres which interacted with one another to alter the physical laws. By the mid 22nd century this had created the Delphic Expanse, a vast region filled with dangerous anomalies.50

Ultimately the Federation led an alliance which defeated the Guardians at the Battle of Procyon V in the the 26th century. Realising that their colonisation efforts would come to nothing the Guardians sought to alter the timeline to erase the Federation from existence.49 They contacted the Xindi in the aftermath of the destruction of their homeworld, guiding the survivors towards resources and lending assistance. The Xindi came to trust the Guardians utterly, even worshipping them. In the mid 22nd century the Guardians informed the Xindi that in the future Humans would become a deadly enemy of the Xindi and would destroy their new homeworld. In response the Xindi embarked on an ambitious project to build a weapon capable of destroying Earth and any other Human worlds. In this manner the Guardians hoped that the Federation would never be founded and so would be unable to oppose them in the future.48

The NX-01 first contacted a Guardian in 2153, when a small pod was discovered within a powerful anomaly in the Expanse. The Guardains had sent a test subject to our universe to test his survivability in the reconfigured space. The starship rescued the man, exposing him to our own space. His body began to disintergrate in response, but before his death he attempted to sabotage the NX-01. His actions gave Captain Archer his first clues as to the origin and purpose of the expanse.51

Archer was able to convince some of the Xindi of the Guardian's true intentions , but the Reptilians remained loyal no matter what evidence was presented. In an effort to assist the Reptilians in their theft of the final version of the Xindi weapon the Guardians created vast anomalies around some of the spheres, targeting the effects on the ships trying to stop the weapon.47 As Captain Archer battled to stop the weapon the NX-01 attacked Sphere 41 in an attempt to disrupt the network and collapse the Expanse once and for all. The Guardians attacked the ship when it entered an anomaly around the sphere, but were unable to prevent it from destroying the sphere. The destruction of the network caused the anomalies of the Expanse to dissipate, ending the Guardian threat once and for all.52

Countdown
Squid53 Terran water dweller53 Blaze of Glory
Squill54 Plant from the planet Balancar54 The Magnificent Ferengi
Srivani55 Voyager encountered this species in 2374. The Srivani are an advanced race posessing sophisticated cloaking technology resembling the phase cloak developed by renegade Federation officers. They use this technology to infiltrate alien vessels and conduct medical experiments on the crew without their knowledge. The Srivani hold that such experiments are justified as the development of new medical treatments saves more lives than are taken in the experiments. Seven of Nine was able to detect the presence of the Srivani, and Captain Janeway forced them to withdraw by piloting Voyager near-suicidal course between a pair of pulsars. As the Srivani ships docked to Voyager's hull withdrew at least one of them was destroyed.56 From the episode script
Straleb A Humanoid species which resided on the planet Straleb in 2365. Along with the inhabitants of Altec, the Stralebs were members of the Coalition of Medina. The species was relatively primitive as compared to the Federation.57 Speculative
Stromatopod larvae58 The ECS Horizon was delivering a cargo of these creatures to the Demerians in 2153.58 Horizon
Subytt59 Species. A Subytt first officer was attempting to smuggle defective isolinear rods to Bajor in 2370. He was caught after a tip-off from Quark.59 The Homecoming
Suliban60 First encountered by Humanity in 2151, the Suliban are a Humanoid species60 resident in the Beta Quadrant. They are no more evolved than Humans, but certain parts of the Suliban species have allied themselves with a shadowy figure from the distant future in order to wage a "temporal cold war" on others of their time. This "Cabal" have undergone extensive genetic engineering in order to give them impressive physical abilities. Engineered Suliban can distort their skeletal structure, allowing them to flatten their bodies and fit through tight openings. They can also adhere themselves to many different surfaces, allowing them to crawl across the walls or ceiling. Their skin has a network of subcutaneous pigment sacks which allow them to change colour in a manner reminiscent to the Terran chameleon; their uniform is a biomemetic garment with similar properties.

Internally, the modified Suliban have five bronchial lobes instead of three, and their alveoli clusters have been modified to allow them to breathe various different atmospheres. Compound retinas allow the modified Suliban to see a wide variety of spectra.60

The crew of Enterprise had several dealings with the Suliban, notably when Captain Archer returned the Klingon agent Klaang to the Empire with information that the Suliban were attempting to provoke a Klingon civil war.60

However, not all Suliban are members of the Cabal; many regard the actions of the more violent members of their species with disgust. Even so they themselves face considerable emnity from other species, and some species such as the Tandarans keep all Suliban captive whether they are active members of the Cabal or not.61

Even the actions of the Cabal themselves are not always as clear cut as they seem; a Suliban operative saved the NX class Enterprise from destruction whilst it was investigating a protostar,62 and the Suliban warned Captain Archer of the origin of the Xindi attack on Earth in 2153.63

Broken Bow
Sun viper26 Animal life form native to the Skagaran planet discovered in the Delphic Expanse by the NX-01 Enterprise26 North Star
Swarm64 Mysterious species who attack all those who enter their space.64 The Swarm

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References
# Series Season Source Comment
1 VOY 3 Blood Fever
2 TOS 2 Amok Time
3 DS9 1 Dramatis Personae
4 TNG 5 Imaginary Friend
5 TOS 3 The Empath
6 TNG 2 Pen Pals
7 TOS 3 All Our Yesterdays
8 TNG 3 Captain's Holiday
9 TNG 4 Qpid
10 TNG 5 Conundrum
11 Star Trek : The Motion Picture
12 TOS 3 Wink of an Eye
13 VOY 2 Elogium
14 DS9 3 Second Skin
15 TOS 2 Journey to Babel
16 ENT 4 The Forge
17 TNG 1 Lonely Among Us
18 DS9 6 One Little Ship
19 VOY 4 Revulsion
20 TNG 2 Up The Long Ladder
21 TNG 3 The Ensigns of Command
22 ENT 2 Marauders
23 VOY 6 Survival Instinct
24 VOY 1 Prime Factors
25 DS9 5 The Darkness and the Light
26 ENT 3 North Star
27 DS9 2 Sanctuary
28 VOY 2 Tattoo
29 ENT 1 Fight or Flight
30 ENT 3 Chosen Realm
31 TNG 2 Loud as a Whisper
32 TNG 6 Schisms
33 Star Trek : Insurrection
34 TNG 1 Datalore
35 DS9 6 In the Pale Moonlight
36 TNG 1 Encounter at Farpoint
37 TNG 4 Galaxy's Child
38 VOY 5 Dark Frontier, Part 1
39 VOY 4 Hope and Fear
40 VOY 4 Mortal Coil
41 VOY 4 The Gift
42 VOY 4 The Omega Directive
43 VOY 7 Natural Law
44 VOY 4 Hunters
45 VOY 6 The Haunting of Deck Twelve
46 VOY 5 Infinite Regress
47 ENT 3 Countdown
48 ENT 3 The Council
49 ENT 3 Azati Prime
50 Various Enterprise episodes
51 ENT 3 Harbinger
52 ENT 3 Zero Hour
53 DS9 5 Blaze of Glory
54 DS9 6 The Magnificent Ferengi
55 From the episode script
56 VOY 4 Scientific Method
57 TNG 2 The Outrageous Okona
58 ENT 2 Horizon
59 DS9 2 The Homecoming
60 ENT 1 Broken Bow
61 ENT 1 Detained
62 ENT 1 Cold Front
63 ENT 2 The Expanse
64 VOY 3 The Swarm
Series: VOY Season 3 (Disc 4)
Source: Blood Fever
Series: TOS Season 2 (Disc 1)
Source: Amok Time
Series: DS9 Season 1 (Disc 5)
Source: Dramatis Personae
Series: TNG Season 5 (Disc 5)
Source: Imaginary Friend
Series: TOS Season 3 (Disc 3)
Source: The Empath
Series: TNG Season 2 (Disc 4)
Source: Pen Pals
Series: TOS Season 3 (Disc 5)
Source: All Our Yesterdays
Series: TNG Season 3 (Disc 4)
Source: Captain's Holiday
Series: TNG Season 4 (Disc 4)
Source: Qpid
Series: TNG Season 5 (Disc 3)
Source: Conundrum
Source: Star Trek : The Motion Picture
Series: TOS Season 3 (Disc 3)
Source: Wink of an Eye
Series: VOY Season 2 (Disc 1)
Source: Elogium
Series: DS9 Season 3 (Disc 2)
Source: Second Skin
Series: TOS Season 2 (Disc 3)
Source: Journey to Babel
Series: ENT Season 4 (Disc 2)
Source: The Forge
Series: TNG Season 1 (Disc 2)
Source: Lonely Among Us
Series: DS9 Season 6 (Disc 4)
Source: One Little Ship
Series: VOY Season 4 (Disc 2)
Source: Revulsion
Series: TNG Season 2 (Disc 4)
Source: Up The Long Ladder
Series: TNG Season 3 (Disc 1)
Source: The Ensigns of Command
Series: ENT Season 2 (Disc 2)
Source: Marauders
Series: VOY Season 6 (Disc 1)
Source: Survival Instinct
Series: VOY Season 1 (Disc 3)
Source: Prime Factors
Series: DS9 Season 5 (Disc 3)
Source: The Darkness and the Light
Series: ENT Season 3 (Disc 3)
Source: North Star
Series: DS9 Season 2 (Disc 3)
Source: Sanctuary
Series: VOY Season 2 (Disc 3)
Source: Tattoo
Series: ENT Season 1 (Disc 1)
Source: Fight or Flight
Series: ENT Season 3 (Disc 3)
Source: Chosen Realm
Series: TNG Season 2 (Disc 1)
Source: Loud as a Whisper
Series: TNG Season 6 (Disc 1)
Source: Schisms
Source: Star Trek : Insurrection
Series: TNG Season 1 (Disc 3)
Source: Datalore
Series: DS9 Season 6 (Disc 5)
Source: In the Pale Moonlight
Series: TNG Season 1 (Disc 1)
Source: Encounter at Farpoint
Series: TNG Season 4 (Disc 4)
Source: Galaxy's Child
Series: VOY Season 5 (Disc 4)
Source: Dark Frontier, Part 1
Series: VOY Season 4 (Disc 7)
Source: Hope and Fear
Series: VOY Season 4 (Disc 3)
Source: Mortal Coil
Series: VOY Season 4 (Disc 1)
Source: The Gift
Series: VOY Season 4 (Disc 6)
Source: The Omega Directive
Series: VOY Season 7 (Disc 6)
Source: Natural Law
Series: VOY Season 4 (Disc 4)
Source: Hunters
Series: VOY Season 6 (Disc 7)
Source: The Haunting of Deck Twelve
Series: VOY Season 5 (Disc 2)
Source: Infinite Regress
Series: ENT Season 3 (Disc 6)
Source: Countdown
Series: ENT Season 3 (Disc 6)
Source: The Council
Series: ENT Season 3 (Disc 5)
Source: Azati Prime
Series: ENT Season (Disc )
Source: Various Enterprise episodes
Series: ENT Season 3 (Disc 4)
Source: Harbinger
Series: ENT Season 3 (Disc 6)
Source: Zero Hour
Series: DS9 Season 5 (Disc 6)
Source: Blaze of Glory
Series: DS9 Season 6 (Disc 3)
Source: The Magnificent Ferengi
Source: From the episode script
Series: VOY Season 4 (Disc 2)
Source: Scientific Method
Series: TNG Season 2 (Disc 1)
Source: The Outrageous Okona
Series: ENT Season 2 (Disc 5)
Source: Horizon
Series: DS9 Season 2 (Disc 1)
Source: The Homecoming
Series: ENT Season 1 (Disc 1)
Source: Broken Bow
Series: ENT Season 1 (Disc 5)
Source: Detained
Series: ENT Season 1 (Disc 3)
Source: Cold Front
Series: ENT Season 2 (Disc 6)
Source: The Expanse
Series: VOY Season 3 (Disc 1)
Source: The Swarm


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