Pik-Pox

Small floating robotic box that could communicate and project images aboard The Damsel, DaiMon Nandi’s ship. Operated as her business associate.

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Nandi

[Voiced by Grey Griffin and Melissa Villaseñor)

DaiMon Nandi was a Ferengi female who captained a ship called The Damsel. She was also the one who raised Dal when he was a child - and the one who sold him into slavery at the Tars Lemora Mining Labor Camp, using the profit to buy Pik-Pox to be her partner instead.

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remalite

A mineral found on a desert planet in the Skeralyx system. These crystals were a crucial part of Cymari communication, since they communicated using cymatics and each crystal on their planet emitted a different tone.

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The Damsel

Ferengi starship captained by DaiMon Nandi. Dal grew up on this ship, with his bed near the warp core.

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Skeralyx system

A star system. Location of the desert planet that was inhabited by the pre-warp Cymari and that was rich with remalite crystals.

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Cymari

Rok’s suggestion for what to call the inhabitants of the desert planet in the Skeralyx system who communicated using cymatics.

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The Order

The governing body of the Vau N’Akat.

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Dark Matter Anomaly

Also known as the DMA, this was a massive phenomenon of extreme destructive force that destroyed everything in its unpredictable path - including Kwejian.

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Alshain

A pale humanoid species. Lived symbiotically with a butterfly-like species that emerged from their bodies when they were angry and reassembled to form massive wings on their backs.

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photonic ship scrubber

Small robot drone that cleans the exterior of a starship.

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Christopher

(Portrayed by Orville Cummings).

Lieutenant Christopher was a bridge communications officer on the U.S.S. Discovery in 3190.

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Alshain IV

Small, lush planet covered with trees that was the home of the Alshain. Had not had visitors from any other planets since The Burn had happened, and relations with the Federation were strained even before then. The Alshain used the magnetic field of their planet to navigate while they flew (using the wings formed by their symbiotic butterfly-like creatures); the only problem was that the poles of the planet had shifted fourteen degrees west of where they’d been for hundreds of thousands of years, causing them to veer off-course when their planet’s geomagnetic compensator satellites ran out of dilithium to power them.

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Curie, U.S.S.

A Federation starship. Lieutenant Bryce consulted on the Curie for a brief period.

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protostar engine

Experimental engine that encapsulated a young star and harnessed its power.

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Archer spacedock

The name for the Federation Headquarters’ new spacedock in 3190. It was named for Captain Jonathan Archer.

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Runaway

The U.S.S. Protostar's planetary exploration vehicle that seated four and featured accelerated ion propulsion, a tritanium chassis, holo-steering, and grab handles.

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Murder Planet

The name the Protostar crew gave the first planet they visited on an away mission because it was sentient and tried to kill them. Located in the Delta Quadrant.

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Hirogen system

star system located in the Delta Quadrant.

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vehicle replicator

A type of technology that used matter recombination to create any type of vehicle that could be needed (in the same way that food replicators could do with food). The Protostar was equipped with one, so after escaping the brig and watching as the Protostar’s escape pods were all dumped into a binary star system, Gwyn activated the vehicle replicator to create a shuttle to attempt escape.

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Nutri-Goop

A gelatinous foodstuff that was the only source of sustenance served to The Unwanted working in the Tars Lemora Mining Labor Camp. Jankom Pog was not a fan, but it was the first food Rok requested after discovering the Protostar’s food replicators could make anything she wanted. It was the only thing she’d ever eaten so it made her very happy.

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