Hysperia

Homeworld of Andarithio "Andy" Billups, where his mother was Queen Paolana Billups, and he was the crown prince who was next in line for the throne. He abdicated this birthright in order to join Starfleet. Dragons were part of the native fauna of Hysperia.

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Dansk

An M-class planet where the U.S.S. Cerritos went to wrangle some giant centipedes.

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Billups

(Voiced by June Diane Raphael).

Queen Paolana Billups was the female monarch of Hysperia and mother of Andarithio "Andy" Billups, who was the crown prince. He had renounced his title to join Starfleet, but his mother refused to accept that and kept trying to trick him into triggering his ascension onto the throne. Her ship was called the Monaveen.

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varuvian bomb

An explosive device made of varuvian ore.

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submanifold casting stone

An artifact that allowed its user to send their voice to people on other planets.

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Rumdar

(Voiced by Rich Fulcher).

Male Pakled who posed as a refugee to get onboard the U.S.S. Cerritos, but was actually a spy.

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Retruvian flask

An elaborate container that contained a purple gelatinous spray that could encase its victims in a suspended state.

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Pakled Planet

Homeworld of the Pakleds.

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Grubdin

Ambassador Grubdin was a Pakled male. He was also the ambassador tasked with greeting Captain Freeman and her away team when they came to Pakled Planet, though he (and all the other Pakleds) actually believed she was Captain Janeway of the U.S.S. Voyager.

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Ataxian mood shifter

A crystal that channeled the emotions of the person holding it, transforming them into a creature that reflected the extreme version of those emotions.

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Malvus

(Voiced by Tom Kenny).

Malvus was a male Mizarian shopkeeper on Starbase 25. He and Mariner knew each other, from when she was previously assigned to the station, and he no longer considered her a friend because of how she’d once stranded him on Ceti Alpha IV.

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Dooplers

A species that would duplicate whenever they felt threatened, as a defense mechanism – but since they were quite sensitive to criticism, nearly any embarrassment or perceived criticism could trigger this. The only way to get their duplicates to reintegrate themselves afterward were to then make them angry.

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Anderson

John Anderson was a male human Starfleet captain in 2381.

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Axilus

A planet. Boimler claimed Mariner once stranded him there - and she admitted it was true.

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Battle of Kallah

The name of the battle where the U.S.S. Cerritos fought alongside the U.S.S. Titan against the Pakleds.

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Ceti Alpha IV

The fourth planet of its star system. This was where Mariner had once stranded her Starbase 25 acquaintance Malvus, and he claimed it was worse than Ceti Alpha V (which was where Khan Noonien Singh and his people had been left behind).

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Luna-class starship

Class of Federation starship. It was specified at the exclusive Starbase 25 Starfleet Captains' Party that entry was restricted to captains of ships of this class and above, implying that the U.S.S. Cerritos, being a California-class ship, was in a lower class than was allowed.

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Starbase 25

The location of a series of trade negotiations, for which the U.S.S. Cerritos was escorting a Doopler emissary. After the negotiations, there was a massive (and exclusive) party that Boimler and Mariner spent all day trying to crash. Mariner used to be assigned to this station at some point prior to the Cerritos.

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Rubicon III

The third planet of its star system. Boimler claimed Mariner once stranded him there, though she disputed this fact.

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Exley

Male Starfleet captain in 2381. He was at the exclusive Starfleet Captains' Party, along with his Number One (whose shoulder he sat upon), on Starbase 25.

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