De nombreux personnages illusoires apparurent au cours de l'Histoire au sein de différents peuples.

Voir aussi Doubles illusoires inconnus de personnages vus mais inconnus.
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Bashir, Julian[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Julian Bashir An illusion of Julian Bashir being attacked by a Jem'Hadar soldier which was part of the Founders' simulated scenario of a possible Dominion contact with the Alpha Quadrant.
Portrayed by Alexander Siddig.
DS9: "The Search, Part II"

Bokai, Buck[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2369 Buck Bokai An illusion of Buck Bokai was created by aliens who were on a mission of exploration and had followed a ship through the wormhole to Deep Space 9. They wanted to learn more about humanoids and became interested in the concept of imagination.
Portrayed by Keone Young.
DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses"

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Calloway, Maddy[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2370 Maddy Calloway An illusion of Maddy Calloway and Worf in an hallucination experienced by Deanna Troi when investigating Daniel Kwan's suicide.
Portrayed by Johanna McCloy.
TNG: "Eye of the Beholder"

Chakotay[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2376 Chakotay An illusion of Chakotay, in the mind of B'Elanna Torres.
Portrayed by Robert Beltran.
VOY: "Barge of the Dead"

Crusher, Beverly[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2369 Beverly Crusher An illusion of Beverly Crusher, in the mental visions of Commander William T. Riker, caused by the Tilonians.
Portrayed by Gates McFadden.
TNG: "Frame of Mind"
2370 Beverly Crusher An illusion of Beverly Crusher as she drank from Riker's head in Data's nightmare, when interphasic organisms were feeding on the cellular peptides of the crew's cells.
Portrayed by Gates McFadden.
TNG: "Phantasms"

Crusher, Jack[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2370 Jack Crusher Jack Crusher appeared in Wesley Crusher's vision quest on Dorvan V.
Portrayed by Doug Wert.
TNG: "Journey's End"

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Damar[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2374 Damar An illusion of Damar was created by Gul Dukat's delusional mind. In the illusion, Damar was attempting to convince Dukat to kill Benjamin Sisko.
Portrayed by Casey Biggs.
DS9: "Waltz"

Data[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2365 Data An illusion of Data was created by Nagilum to try and persuade Jean-Luc Picard not to auto-destruct the USS Enterprise-D after Picard had decided to do so, when Nagilum threatened to kill a third of the ship's crew in order to completely understand death.
Portrayed by Brent Spiner.
TNG: "Where Silence Has Lease"
2369 Data An illusion of Data in the mental visions of Commander William Riker caused by the Tilonians.
Portrayed by Brent Spiner.
TNG: "Frame of Mind"

Dax, Jadzia[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2369 Jadzia Dax An illusion of Jadzia Dax was created by aliens who were on a mission of exploration and had followed a ship through the wormhole to Deep Space 9. They wanted to learn more about humanoids and became interested in the concept of imagination. The image was processed from Doctor Julian Bashir's memories and imagination. The illusory Jadzia Dax was madly in love with Julian Bashir.
Portrayed by Terry Farrell.
DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses"
2371 Jadzia Dax An illusion of Jadzia Dax appeared in Julian Bashir's mind, when he was thrown into a state of subconscious realm by Altovar.
Portrayed by Terry Farrell.
DS9: "Distant Voices"

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Eddington, Michael[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Michael Eddington An illusion of Lieutenant Commander Michael Eddington was part of the simulation made by the Founders of the Dominion to model a possible diplomatic contact with the United Federation of Planets.
Portrayed by Kenneth Marshall.
DS9: "The Search, Part II"

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Garak[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Garak An illusion of Garak appeared in Julian Bashir's mind, when he was thrown into a state of subconscious realm by Altovar.
Portrayed by Andrew Robinson.
DS9: "Distant Voices"

Giddings, Diana[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2369 An illusion of Diana Giddings (in the audience of the play Frame of Mind) appeared when Commander William Riker experienced a severe delusional state, kidnapped by the Tilonians.
Portrayed by Lorine Mendell.
TNG: "Frame of Mind"

Guy de Gisbourne[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2367 Sir Guy de Gisbourne Sir Guy de Gisbourne était un personnage issu de la légende de Robin des Bois, dans une recréation de l'histoire par Q.
Interprété par Clive Revill.
TNG: "Qpid"

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Haro, Mitena[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2366 Mitena Haro Mitena Haro was the assumed name of an alien in the guise of a Bolian female who, along with two others aliens, kidnapped others as part of an experiment to study the nature of authority, which was a concept unknown to them.
Portrayed by Joycelyn O'Brien.
TNG: "Allegiance"

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Jabara[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Jabara An illusion of Jabara appeared in Julian Bashir's mind, when he was thrown into a state of subconscious realm by Altovar. Jabara was helping wounded people in a corridor in Bashir's illusion.
Portrayed by Ann Gillespie.
DS9: "Distant Voices"

Janeway[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2373 Janeway An unknown alien lifeform projected the illusion of Vice Admiral Janeway, posing in his image, to lure Captain Kathryn Janeway into her own death, after she had crash-landed on a planet with Chakotay. The lifeform wanted to feed on Janeway's cerebral cortex.
Portrayed by Len Cariou.
VOY: "Coda"

Janeway, Kathryn[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2376 Kathryn Janeway An illusion of Kathryn Janeway, in the mind of B'Elanna Torres.
Portrayed by Kate Mulgrew.
VOY: "Barge of the Dead"

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Kim, Harry[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2376 Harry Kim An illusion of Harry Kim, in the mind of B'Elanna Torres.
Portrayed by Garrett Wang.
VOY: "Barge of the Dead"

Kira Nerys[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Kira Nerys An illusion of Kira Nerys appeared in Julian Bashir's mind, when he was thrown into a state of subconscious realm by Altovar.
Portrayed by Nana Visitor.
DS9: "Distant Voices"
2374 Kira Nerys An illusion of Kira Nerys, created by Gul Dukat's delusional mind.
Portrayed by Nana Visitor.
DS9: "Waltz"

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La Forge, Geordi[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2369 Geordi La Forge An illusion of Geordi La Forge in the mental visions of Commander William Riker caused by the Tilonians.
Portrayed by LeVar Burton.
TNG: "Frame of Mind"

Lemli, Roger[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2268 Roger Lemli Created by the Vians along with illusions of Montgomery Scott, and an unnamed security guard in 2268, to lure Kirk, Spock, McCoy and Gem into a trap on Minara II.
Portrayed by Roger Holloway.
TOS: "The Empath"

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Nechayev, Alynna[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Alynna Nechayev An illusion of Vice admiral Alynna Nechayev was part of the simulation made by the Founders of the Dominion to model a possible diplomatic contact with the United Federation of Planets.
Portrayed by Natalia Nogulich.
DS9: "The Search, Part II"

Neelix[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2376 Neelix An illusion of Neelix, in the mind of B'Elanna Torres.
Portrayed by Ethan Phillips.
VOY: "Barge of the Dead"

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O'Brien, Miles[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Miles O'Brien An illusion of Chief Miles O'Brien appeared in Julian Bashir's mind, when he was thrown into a state of subconscious realm by Altovar.
Portrayed by Colm Meaney.
DS9: "Distant Voices"

Odo[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Odo An illusion of Odo, created by Altovar in Julian Bashir's mind.
Portrayed by Rene Auberjonois.
DS9: "Distant Voices"

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Paris, Owen[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2372 Owen Paris An illusion of Vice Admiral Owen Paris appeared as a Botha hallucination to Lieutenant Tom Paris and the Voyager crew.
Portrayed by Warren Munson.
VOY: "Persistence of Vision"

Paris, Tom[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2376 Tom Paris An illusion of Tom Paris, in the mind of B'Elanna Torres.
Portrayed by Robert Duncan McNeill.
VOY: "Barge of the Dead"

Picard, Elise[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Elise Picard Jean-Luc Picard's illusory wife during his Nexus experience.
Portrayed by Kim Braden.
"Star Trek: Generations"

Picard, Jean-Luc[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2369 Jean-Luc Picard An illusion of Jean-Luc Picard in the mental visions of Commander William Riker caused by the Tilonians.
Portrayed by Patrick Stewart.
TNG: "Frame of Mind"

Picard, Madison[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Madison Picard Jean-Luc Picard's illusory daughter during his Nexus experience.
Portrayed by Madison Eginton.
"Star Trek: Generations"

Picard, Matthew[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Matthew Picard Jean-Luc Picard's illusory son during his Nexus experience.
Portrayed by Matthew Collins.
"Star Trek: Generations"

Picard, Mimi[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Mimi Picard Jean-Luc Picard's illusory daughter during his Nexus experience.
Portrayed by Mimi Collins.
"Star Trek: Generations"

Picard, Olivia[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Olivia Picard Jean-Luc Picard's illusory daughter during his Nexus experience.
Portrayed by Olivia Hack.
"Star Trek: Generations"

Picard, René[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 René Picard An illusion of René Picard, who had died recently, during Jean-Luc Picard's Nexus experience. "Star Trek: Generations"

Picard, Thomas[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Thomas Picard Jean-Luc Picard's illusory son during his Nexus experience.
Portrayed by Thomas Dekker.
"Star Trek: Generations"

Pike, Christopher[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2254 Christopher Pike On Talos IV, Captain Pike existed in facsimile, created in the mind of Vina by the Talosians, after Pike left that world.
Portrayed by Jeffrey Hunter.
TOS: "The Cage"

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Quark[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Quark An illusion of Quark, part of the Founders' simulated scenario of a possible Dominion contact with the Alpha Quadrant.
Portrayed by Armin Shimerman.
DS9: "The Search, Part II"
2373 Quark An illusory version of Quark during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor.
Portrayed by Armin Shimerman.
DS9: "Things Past"

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William Riker[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2370 William Riker An illusion of Riker as Beverly Crusher drank from his head in Data's nightmare, when Interphasic organisms were feeding on the cellular peptides of the crew's cells.
Portrayed by Jonathan Frakes.
TNG: "Phantasms"

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Scott, Montgomery[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2268 Montgomery Scott Created by the Vians along with illusions of Roger Lemli, and an unnamed security guard in 2268, to lure Kirk, Spock, McCoy and Gem into a trap on Minara II.
Portrayed by James Doohan.
TOS: "The Empath"

Seven of Nine[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2376 Seven of Nine An illusion of Seven of Nine, in the mind of B'Elanna Torres.
Portrayed by Jeri Ryan.
VOY: "Barge of the Dead"

Sisko, Benjamin[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2369 Benjamin Sisko An illusory Benjamin Sisko was created as part of an experiment conducted by aliens who wanted to see what imagination was really about in an attempt to learn more about humanoids.
Portrayed by Avery Brooks.
DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses"
2371 Benjamin Sisko An illusion of Benjamin Sisko appeared in Julian Bashir's mind, when he was thrown into a state of subconscious realm by Altovar.
Portrayed by Avery Brooks.
DS9: "Distant Voices"

Sisko, Jake[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 Jake Sisko An illusion of Jake Sisko, part of the Founders' simulated scenario of a possible Dominion contact with the Alpha Quadrant.
Portrayed by Cirroc Lofton.
DS9: "The Search, Part II"

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T'Pol[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2154 T'Pol Une illusion de T'Pol créée par l'esprit du Dr Phlox lorsqu'il était la seule personne consciente à bord de l'Enterprise NX-01 lorsque le reste de l'équipage était placé en stase pour traverser une perturbation transdimensionelle.
Interprétée par Jolene Blalock.
ENT: "Doctor's Orders"

Troi, Deanna[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2365 Deanna Troi An illusion of Deanna Troi was created by Nagilum to persuade Captain Picard not to auto-destruct the Enterprise-D after Picard decided to do so, so that Nagilum could not perform any more experiments on the crew.
Portrayed by Marina Sirtis.
TNG: "Where Silence Has Lease"
2369 Deanna Troi An illusion of Deanna Troi in the mental visions of Commander William Riker, caused by the Tilonians
Portrayed by Marina Sirtis.
TNG: "Frame of Mind"

Troi, Ian Andrew[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2370 Ian Andrew Troi An illusion of Ian Andrew Troi was seen by his daughter, Deanna Troi during a telepathic vision.
Portrayed by Amick Byram.
TNG: "Dark Page"

T'Rul[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2371 An illusion of T'Rul, part of the Founders' simulated scenario of a possible Dominion contact with the Alpha Quadrant.
Portrayed by Martha Hackett.
DS9: "The Search, Part II"

Tuvok[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2374 Tuvok as a Kradin An illusion of Tuvok as Kradin was created by the Vori, so that Chakotay would not know that he was being conditioned to fight for them. At first, Chakotay was going to shoot him, but Tuvok was able to convince him of who he was, and the illusion was broken. Tuvok managed to convince Chakotay that what he had seen and felt over the last two days was a deception and then lead him back to the village where he was greeted by people who he had seen exterminated earlier on that day.
Portrayed by Tim Russ.
VOY: "Nemesis"
2376 Tuvok An illusion of Tuvok, in the mind of B'Elanna Torres.
Portrayed by Tim Russ.
VOY: "Barge of the Dead"

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Weyoun[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2374 Weyoun An illusion of Weyoun was created by Gul Dukat's delusional mind. In the illusion, Weyoun was asking what Dukat was going to do with Benjamin Sisko.
Portrayed by Jeffrey Combs.
DS9: "Waltz"

Worf[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2369 Worf An illusion of Worf in the mental visions of Commander William Riker, caused by the Tilonians.
Portrayed by Michael Dorn.
TNG: "Frame of Mind"
2370 Worf An illusion of Worf in Data's nightmare when interphasic organisms were feeding on the cellular peptides of the crew's cells.
Portrayed by Michael Dorn.
TNG: "Phantasms"
2370 Worf An illusion of Worf and Ensign Maddy Calloway in an hallucination experienced by Deanna Troi when investigating Daniel Kwan's suicide.
Portrayed by Michael Dorn.
TNG: "Eye of the Beholder"
2375 Worf An illusion of Worf appeared when Julian Bashir and Miles O'Brien linked minds with the dying Luther Sloan via a multitronic engrammatic interpreter in order to find a cure for Odo's illness which was created by Section 31.
Portrayed by Michael Dorn.
DS9: "Extreme Measures"

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Ziff, Anaanda[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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2370 Anaanda Ziff's service record It is uncertain whether Anaanda Ziff actually existed, as her appearance occurred during a dream sequence. TNG: "Eye of the Beholder"
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