Yarnek presents the representatives of evil

Yarnek presents the representatives of evil

Evil was an abstract concept that incorporated a set of religious, or moral ethics antithetical to good. Evil was usually destructive, malignant, and chaotic. Evil could be used to describe actions or individuals (even non-corporeal entities), as well as ideas.

A sacred book worshiped by the Yangs of Omega IV promised that good was stronger than evil – that good must destroy evil. As such, the Yangs feared the return of an embodiment of evil, known as the Evil One. (TOS: "The Omega Glory")

The Excalbians were interested in learning about the difference between good and evil when they pitted Kirk, Spock, a recreation of Surak, and a recreation of Abraham Lincoln against a recreation of Genghis Khan, a recreation of Colonel Green, a recreation of Kahless the Unforgettable, and a recreation of Zora. The Excalbians later concluded that evil retreats when confronted, but also that good and evil forces tend to use the same methods and achieve the same results. (TOS: "The Savage Curtain")

Quotes Edit

"Spock, I've found that evil usually triumphs unless good is very, very careful."
– Leonard McCoy, 2268 ("The Omega Glory")
"Evil does seek to maintain power by suppressing the truth."
"Or by misleading the innocent."
– Spock and Leonard McCoy, 2268 ("And the Children Shall Lead")
"A great poet once said, "'all spirits are enslaved that serve things evil'"."
"You do not understand. I do not serve things evil. I am evil."
– Jean-Luc Picard and Armus, 2364 ("Skin of Evil")
"You say you are true evil? Shall I tell you what true evil is? It is to submit to you. It is when we surrender our freedom, our dignity, instead of defying you."
– Jean-Luc Picard, 2364 ("Skin of Evil")

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