Voyager's crew is surprised when sensors pick up a transmission from someone using a Federation signal. Janeway lays in a course toward the signal, but when they arrive, they're attacked by a Kazon vessel,...
Revered Kazon leader who inspired the Kazon factions to cooperate and defeat their Trabe slavemasters in 2346. Culluh hoped his capture of U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656 would give him Shankur-level status.
Born Cardassian, this female Obsidian Order agent was surgically altered to appear Bajoran and infiltrate a Maquis cell commanded by former Starfleet officer Chakotay. A good friend of the Starfleet dropout...
Transporter control module
A Federation engineering device that is at the heart of the transporter. When Kazon-Nistrim, under the direction of Seska, stole one of these modules, the two were able to adapt transporter technology...
Instructor at Starfleet Academy who was one of B'Elanna Torres' teachers. Prof. Chapman considered Torres to be one of the most promising cadets he had ever taught, despite the fact that she often challenged...
Planet: name unspecified. A technological and mostly friendly race known to Neelix who might be able to help rescue a ship trapped in a singularity's event horizon. Tuvok and Chakotay do later make contact...
Former Maquis member deeply uneasy serving aboard a Starfleet ship. Together with Seska, he offered to support Chakotay if he decided to lead a mutiny against Captain Janeway, a suggestion Chakotay firmly...
Torres is reprimanded by Chakotay after she ends a dispute in engineering by breaking the nose of a Starfleet officer named Carey. But despite her volatile nature, Chakotay has faith in the Klingon woman's...
Drakian Forest dwellers
Planet: name unspecified. A tribe with paranormal abilities known to Neelix, otherwise nondescript, who can enter and empty room and see images of people who'd preceded them. They also make a great syrup...
Resident of a civilization destroyed by a polaric ion explosion. Makull lead the protest against polaric ion energy, and was bent on sabotaging a local generator. He believed the U.S.S. Voyager crew were...
Planet, polaric ion
Class M world of the Delta Quadrant whose humanoid pre-warp civilization had city structures, provinces like Kalto, waterways and aqueducts, and a continental transport system in AD 2371. While in an...
red dwarf star
One in the Delta Quadrant passed by U.S.S. Voyager in 2371 has a Class M planet which undergoes a polaric detonation brought on by the ship's own presence -- a cataclysm later reversed in a timeloop.
Native of the Vidiian Sodality. Dereth was the "honatta" for a fellow Vidiian named Motura, which meant that he was responsible for finding replacement organs for Motura as his organs failed due to the...
eggs benedict with asparagus
Earth breakfast dish consisting of two halves of an English muffin topped with ham, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. Other ingredients, like asparagus, may also be included. This dish was part of a...
Vidiian individual, a noted sculptor on his homeworld, who received a lung of Neelix's in 2371 to allay the organ-depleting phage. Motura also recounted the devastating effect of the affliction on his...
Romulan general and co-conspirator, supporting Lursa and B'Etor's plans to take over and rule the Klingon High Council. Movar, working with Sela, covertly supplied arms to the Duras forces throughout the...
During an Away Team survey of a planetoid that seems to be rich in raw dilithium, Neelix is attacked and left for dead. The other members of the team find him and beam him up to Sickbay, where the Doctor...
A rapidly advancing, adaptive and highly resistant disease which has decimated the Vidiian population by consuming bodies, destroying genetic codes and cellular structures faster than the race's medical...
A Class M world in the Delta Quadrant where the U.S.S. Voyager first encountered the Vidiians, two of whom faked its appearance as a rich dilithium source and then stole Neelix's lungs. He had first flown...
stewed tomatoes and dehydrated eggs
Cardaway leaves, stuffed
Eager to raise the morale of the crew, Janeway jumps at the chance to explore a nebula emitting a high level of omicron particles, which might prove useful for the ship's energy reserves. But shortly after...
Felada onion crisps
Notorious pool hustler at Ames Pool Hall in Earth's New York City in 1953, who was simulated in Tom Paris' Chez Sandrine holodeck program aboard the U.S.S. Voyager. Gary's chauvinistic manner offended...
Holo-character in Sandrine's Bar, a holodeck program created by Tom Paris on the U.S.S. Voyager. Easily identifiable by his strange accent and his relentless pursuit of women, the Gigolo attempted to romance...
Jung, Carl Gustav
Psychiatrist from the Earth nation of Switzerland (1875-1961). Jung broke with colleague Sigmund Freud to found a branch of psychology utilizing 'collective unconscious' and 'Active Imagination' — unaware...
MacAllister, James Mooney
Starfleet Academy graduate in 2370. MacAllister irritated his roommate, Harry Kim, by studying algorithms through the night. MacAllister's tutoring assured Kim's success in a high-level quantum chemistry...
Takar Loggerhead eggs
Eye of the Needle
When Ensign Kim finds a wormhole that might lead to the Alpha Quadrant, the crew believes they may have found a rapid route home. Although the opening to the tunnel in space proves too small for Voyager ...
Romulan astrophysicist who, while on a deep-space mission in 2349, contacted the future Federation starship U.S.S. Voyager via a micro-wormhole. He received messages to convey to the crew's families when...
spinach juice with pear
Delta Quadrant homeworld to an advanced yet independent spacefaring culture in competition with its rival neighbor, the militaristic Numiri; it has one moon. During a stop by Voyager in 2371 to repair...
Planet: name unspecified. Race of advanced space-faring humanoids with feather-like head coverings. Convicted felons of capital offenses are punished by implanting the victim's own final memory engrams...
Ex Post Facto
Kim returns to the U.S.S. Voyager from the Banean homeworld with shocking news: Paris has been found guilty of murder. As his punishment, he's been sentenced to relive the crime from his victim's perspective...
Scientist from a Delta Quadrant world. When crewmembers of the U.S.S. Voyager turned to this high-ranking Banean official, they were promised technical expertise to refurbish their ship's navigational...
Banean scientist who was murdered in a plot hatched by Numiri operatives. The murder plot also involved his wife, Lidell, with Tom Paris of the U.S.S. Voyager was the unwitting fall guy. Tolen was murdered...
Spock, Dr. Benjamin McLane
1903-1998. United States pediatrician whose "Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care" revolutionized childrearing in the 20th century. U.S.S. Voyager's Doctor briefly considered honoring Spock by using...
Massive planet circled by many rings of Class-M asteroids, where the 247th element may have been discovered by the Voyager crew in 2371. Over 200,000 corpses rest as the Vhnori "Next Emanation" among the...
While exploring an uncharted asteroid, Chakotay, Kim and Torres stumble upon what appears to be an alien burial ground. Not wanting to desecrate the site, Chakotay and his team decide to make some quick...
Wife of Hatil Garan, both inhabitants of the Vhnori homeworld. After her husband suffered a debilitating incident that burdened the family, Araya wanted him to undergo the Vhnori transference ritual. She...
A Vhnori male. Hatil suffered a debilitating accident and, in 2371, chose to undergo the Vhnori transference ritual since he had become a burden on his family. After hearing Harry Kim's reports about...
Vhnori woman who was accidentally transported to the U.S.S. Voyager in 2371 soon after her death. Upon her revival in Sickbay, she was frightened as it did not resemble her race's version of the afterlife.
Delta Quadrant planet. Dedestris exports a very delicate fabric that is spun from the petals of a flower that blooms only in moonlight. At a market on Sikaris, the material caught Captain Janeway's eye,...
The crew beams aboard Gath Labin, a representative from Sikaris, a planet known for its outstanding hospitality. Gath invites the weary travelers to take a break from their duties on his homeworld. Knowing...
Jackson ("State of Flux")
Seska claimed that this Cardassian woman provided a bone marrow transplant to her as a child, allowing her to survive Orkett's disease — which also explained why her blood lacked any Bajoran blood factors.
A childhood virus that swept through the Bajoran work camps during the Cardassian Occupation, killing thousands. To cover for a time her true Cardassian heritage, Seska claims to have had the disease but...
Heroes and Demons
When Voyager comes across a protostar, Janeway has samples of its photonic energy beamed aboard for study and possible use in power converters. After a small glitch, B'Elanna Torres corrects a breach in...
Character from Earth's Norse mythology. In the holo-novel "Beowulf," Hrothgar, aged father of Freya, and his warriors are besieged by the savage monster Grendel when they are visited by a Dr. Schweitzer.
A disease the U.S.S. Voyager's EMH managed to stop aboard ship before it reached epidemic proportions. In order to stop it, however, the Doctor had to work 74 hours straight to isolate and replicate the...
Origin: photostar. Sentient energy beings which lived within a photostar and were inadvertently taken aboard the Voyager in samples. They broke confinement to find refuge in the Holodeck and took "prisoners"...
Schweitzer, Doctor Albert