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List of '''unnamed [[Trill]]'''.
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List of '''[[unnamed individuals|unnamed]] [[Trill]]'''.
   
==Arjin's family {{anchor|Father 001}}==
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==Arjin's family {{anchor|Family 001}}==
These Trill were the '''father''' and '''sister''' of Arjin. He was not joined to a [[Trill symbiont|symbiont]], but wanted his daughter to be. He was a [[pilot instructor]] on [[Gedana post]] for forty years. After his daughter was successful in passing the rigorous trials for being joined to a symbiont, she decided not to be joined, which went against her father's wishes. She left home and the two never spoke again. Because of this he told his son, [[Arjin]], it fell upon him to be joined. Arjin's father died in [[2369]]. ({{DS9|Playing God}})
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The '''father''' of [[Arjin]] was not joined to a [[Trill symbiont|symbiont]], but wanted '''his [[daughter]]''' (Arjin's [[sister]]) to be. He was a [[pilot instructor]] on [[Gedana post]] for forty years. After his daughter was successful in passing the rigorous trials for being joined to a symbiont, she decided not to be joined, which went against her father's wishes. She left home, [[marriage|married]] [[Arjin's sister's spouse 001|her spouse]] and the two never spoke again. Because of this he told his son, [[Arjin]], it fell upon him to be joined. Arjin's father died in [[2369]]. ({{DS9|Playing God}})
{{bginfo|Arjin's father was only mentioned in dialogue.}}
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==Doctor {{anchor|Doctor 002}}==
 
[[File:Trill Doctor.jpg|thumb|150px|A Trill doctor]]
 
This '''Trill doctor''' was working for the Symbiosis Commission and was murdered by [[Joran Dax]]. ({{DS9|Equilibrium}})
 
{{bginfo|He was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
 
{{clear}}
 
   
 
== Eliminated initiates {{anchor|Initiates 001}} ==
 
== Eliminated initiates {{anchor|Initiates 001}} ==
These '''fifty-seven''' [[Trill initiate|initiates]] were personally eliminated from the program by the {{dis|Dax|symbiont| [[symbiont]] over the past 200 years. In [[2370]], after learning this, [[Arjin]] initially asked to be reassigned upon hearing his [[field docent]] was to be [[Jadzia Dax]]. ({{DS9|Playing God}})
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These '''fifty-seven''' [[Trill initiate|initiates]] were personally eliminated from the program by the {{dis|Dax|symbiont}} [[symbiont]] dating back over a period of [[2170s|200 years]]. In [[2370]], after learning this, [[Arjin]] initially asked to be reassigned upon hearing his [[field docent]] was to be [[Jadzia Dax]]. ({{DS9|Playing God}})
 
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{{bginfo|{{omid|Trill|57}}}}
   
==Ezri's father {{anchor|Father 002}}==
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== FNN assistant {{anchor|Assistant 001}}==
The father of [[Janel Tigan|Janel]], [[Ezri Dax|Ezri]], and [[Norvo Tigan|Norvo]] and husband of [[Yanas Tigan|Yanas]]. By [[2375]], the couple had fallen out and he had left the Tigan home. ({{DS9|Prodigal Daughter}})
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{{bginfo|The name of Ezri's father was mentioned in her [[personnel file]] in {{e|Field of Fire}} but was nearly undecipherable. It might be "Lazo".}}
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[[File:Trill FNN assistant.jpg|thumb|150px|FNN assistant]]
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This '''female''' worked as an assistant for the [[Federation News Network]] (FNN) near the end of the [[24th century]]. ({{PIC|Remembrance}})
==Guard 1 {{anchor|Guard 001}}==
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{{bginfo|The Trill FNN assistant was played by [[Arlene Rodruigez-Lopez]], who received no on-screen credit for her appearance.}}
[[File:Trill guard 1.jpg|thumb|150px|A Trill guard]]
 
This '''male Trill guard''' was working for the Symbiosis Commission and helped arrest Joran Dax for [[murder]]. ({{DS9|Equilibrium}})
 
{{bginfo|This Trill was played by stunt actor [[Nick Dimitri]], who received no credit for his appearance.}}
 
 
{{clear}}
 
{{clear}}
   
==Guard 2 {{anchor|Guard 002}}==
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==Guardian {{anchor|Guardian 001}}==
[[File:Trill guard 2.jpg|thumb|150px|A Trill guard]]
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[[File:Trill guardian, 2371.jpg|thumb|150px|A Trill guardian]]
This '''female Trill guard''' was working for the Symbiosis Commission and helped arrest Joran Dax for murder. ({{DS9|Equilibrium}})
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This '''{{dis|guardian|Trill}}''' visited [[Deep Space 9]] in [[2371]]. ({{DS9|Facets}})
{{bginfo|This Trill was played by stunt actress [[J. Suzanne Rampe]], also without a credit.}}
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{{bginfo|The Trill Guardian was played by actor [[Jefrey Alan Chandler]].}}
 
{{clear}}
 
{{clear}}
   
==Guardian {{anchor|Guardian 001}}==
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==Jadzia's family==
[[File:Trill Guardian, Facets.jpg|thumb|150px|A Trill guardian]]
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===Mother {{anchor|Mother 001}}===
This '''Trill''' visited [[Deep Space 9]] in [[2371]]. ({{DS9|Facets}})
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This '''woman''' was the [[spouse]] to [[Kela]], and the [[mother]] of at least two children, [[Jadzia Dax|Jadzia]] and her sister; she lived into the [[2370s]]. Since her daughter was in Starfleet, she would worry about her daughter's safety. Jadzia, in turn, recorded "last messages" in case she did not come back from a mission.
{{bginfo|The Guardian was played by [[Jeffrey Alan Chandler]].}}
 
   
==Jadzia Dax's family==
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In [[2372]], prior to a battle, Jadzia assured [[Miles O'Brien]] that he would live to a ripe old age, and told him she'd put his latest "last message" to his [[Keiko O'Brien|wife]] and [[Molly O'Brien|daughter]] next to her message to her mother. ({{DS9|To the Death}})
===Mother===
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{{bginfo|{{omid}}}}
This '''woman''' was to be the recipient of a message Jadzia recorded in [[2372]] prior to a battle. After assuring [[Miles O'Brien]] that he would live to a ripe old age, Jadzia told him she'd put his latest "last message" to his [[Keiko O'Brien|wife]] and [[Molly O'Brien|daughter]] next to her message to he mother. ({{DS9|To the Death}})
 
   
 
===Sister {{anchor|Sister 001}}===
 
===Sister {{anchor|Sister 001}}===
This '''woman''' sent her sister several {{dis|glass|container}}es in [[2372]]. Jadzia found them to be "really ugly". ({{DS9|Body Parts}})
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This '''woman''' sent her sister, Jadzia, several {{dis|glass|container}}es in [[2372]]. Jadzia found them to be "really ugly". ({{DS9|Body Parts}})
   
 
Unlike Jadzia, she was not joined. ({{DS9|Invasive Procedures}})
 
Unlike Jadzia, she was not joined. ({{DS9|Invasive Procedures}})
{{bginfo|In ''[[The Lives of Dax]]'' short story "Reflections", Jadzia's sister is called {{mb|Ziranne Idaris|Ziranne}}.}}
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{{bginfo|{{omid}}|In ''[[The Lives of Dax]]'' short story "Reflections", Jadzia's sister is called {{mb|Ziranne Idaris|Ziranne}}.}}
   
 
==Joining attendees {{anchors|Attendees 001|Doctor 001}}==
 
==Joining attendees {{anchors|Attendees 001|Doctor 001}}==
 
[[File:Trill bystanders.jpg|thumb|150px|Nine Trill bystanders]]
 
[[File:Trill bystanders.jpg|thumb|150px|Nine Trill bystanders]]
'''Nine Trill''' were present when the {{dis|Dax|symbiont|Dax symbiont}} was transferred from [[Curzon Dax]] to Jadzia Dax. Six of them wore medical gowns, so they might have been doctors. The remaining three wore civilian clothes and could possibly have been members of Jadzia's or Curzon's family. ({{DS9|Emissary}})
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'''Nine individuals''' were present when the {{dis|Dax|symbiont|Dax symbiont}} was transferred from [[Curzon Dax]] to Jadzia Dax. Six of them wore medical gowns, including a female [[surgeon]], the remaining three wore civilian clothes. ({{DS9|Emissary}})
 
{{bginfo|The female surgeon was played by regular extra [[Tyana Parr]], who received no on-screen credit for her appearance.|The other eight Trill were played by [[unknown performers]].}}
 
{{bginfo|The female surgeon was played by regular extra [[Tyana Parr]], who received no on-screen credit for her appearance.|The other eight Trill were played by [[unknown performers]].}}
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==Nurse {{anchor|Nurse 001}}==
 
[[File:Trill nurse.jpg|thumb|150px|A Trill nurse]]
 
A male '''Trill nurse''' was assisting Doctor [[Renhol]] with the treatment of Jadzia Dax at the medical facilities of the Symbiosis Commission. ({{DS9|Equilibrium}})
 
{{bginfo|He was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
 
{{clear}}
 
   
 
==Odan's male hosts==
 
==Odan's male hosts==
===Male host #1 {{anchor|Host 001}}===
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===Host 1 {{anchor|Host 001}}===
This '''host''' was thought of as [[Unnamed Trill#Odan's hosts#male host #2|Crusher's lover]]'s father. He knew [[Leka Trion]] and had kept the [[Peliar Zel native|people]] of [[Peliar Zel II]] at peace for several generations. In reality, he was the prior host of the [[Odan]] [[symbiont]]. The younger hoped his efforts would be as successful as the elder's. ({{TNG|The Host}})
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This '''host''' was said to be [[#male host #2|Crusher's lover]]'s father. He knew [[Leka Trion]] and had kept the [[Peliar Zel native|people]] of [[Peliar Zel II]] at peace for several generations. In reality, he was the prior host of the [[Odan]] [[symbiont]]. The younger hoped his efforts would be as successful as the elder's. ({{TNG|The Host}})
 
{{bginfo|{{omid|host}}}}
 
{{bginfo|{{omid|host}}}}
   
===Male host #2 {{anchor|Host 002}}===
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===Host 2 {{anchor|Host 002}}===
[[File:Odan.jpg|thumb|Odan's male host in [[2367]]]]
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[[File:Odan.jpg|thumb|150px|Odan's male host in [[2367]]]]
 
This '''host''' was originally believed to be Odan, but was in reality only a host body to the symbiont. Upon nearing [[death]] in [[2367]], he ordered [[Beverly Crusher]] to save the symbiont and not the body housing it. ({{TNG|The Host}})
 
This '''host''' was originally believed to be Odan, but was in reality only a host body to the symbiont. Upon nearing [[death]] in [[2367]], he ordered [[Beverly Crusher]] to save the symbiont and not the body housing it. ({{TNG|The Host}})
 
{{bginfo|This individual was played by [[Franc Luz]].}}
 
{{bginfo|This individual was played by [[Franc Luz]].}}
 
{{clear}}
 
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=== Peers' hosts {{anchor|Peers 001}} ===
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== Peers' hosts {{anchor|Peers 001}} ==
These '''seven hosts''' all carried the [[Peers]] symbiont prior to its joining with [[Selin Peers]]. At least one, the first, was a woman. As of [[2369]], Selin Peers still recalled the symbiont's memories from that time. ({{DS9|Dax}})
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These '''seven hosts''' all carried the [[Peers]] symbiont prior to its joining with [[Selin Peers]]. At least one, the first, was a [[woman]]. As of [[2369]], Selin Peers still recalled the symbiont's memories from that time. ({{DS9|Dax}})
{{bginfo{{omid|hosts|7}}
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{{bginfo|{{omid|hosts|7}}}}
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==Symbiosis Commission doctor {{anchor|Doctor 002}}==
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[[File:Trill Doctor.jpg|thumb|150px|A Trill doctor]]
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This '''[[doctor]]''' was working for the [[Symbiosis Commission]] and was [[murder]]ed by [[Joran Dax]]. ({{DS9|Equilibrium}})
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{{bginfo|He was played by an [[unknown actor]].|According to the short story "[[The Lives of Dax|Allegro Ouroboros in D Minor]]", he was named Foris Hajan.}}
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==Symbiosis Commission guards {{anchors|Guard 001|Guard 002}}==
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{| style="float:right;"
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File:Trill guard 1.jpg|''Played by [[Nick Dimitri]]''
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File:Trill guard 2.jpg|''Played by [[J. Suzanne Rampe]]''
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This '''[[male]] and [[female]] [[guard]]''' were working for the [[Symbiosis Commission]] and helped arrest [[Joran Dax]] for [[murder]]. ({{DS9|Equilibrium}})
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==Symbiosis Commission nurse {{anchor|Nurse 001}}==
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[[File:Trill nurse.jpg|thumb|150px|A Trill nurse]]
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This '''[[male]] [[nurse]]''' was assisting Doctor [[Renhol]] with the treatment of Jadzia Dax at the medical facilities of the [[Symbiosis Commission]]. ({{DS9|Equilibrium}})
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{{bginfo|He was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
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== Tattooed female {{anchor|Tattooed 001}}==
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[[File:Trill or Kriosian woman DIS 1x15.png|thumb|150px|A Trill getting a tattoo on Qo'noS]]
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This '''[[female]]''' was getting a [[tattoo]] from a [[Klingon 23rd tattoo artist 001|Klingon tattoo artist]] at the [[Orion]] [[embassy]] [[outpost]] on [[Qo'noS]] in [[2257]]. ({{DIS|Will You Take My Hand?}})
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{{bginfo|This Trill was played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
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==USS ''Enterprise'' officer==
 
==USS ''Enterprise'' officer==
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Latest revision as of 16:56, January 29, 2020

List of unnamed Trill.

Arjin's family Edit

The father of Arjin was not joined to a symbiont, but wanted his daughter (Arjin's sister) to be. He was a pilot instructor on Gedana post for forty years. After his daughter was successful in passing the rigorous trials for being joined to a symbiont, she decided not to be joined, which went against her father's wishes. She left home, married her spouse and the two never spoke again. Because of this he told his son, Arjin, it fell upon him to be joined. Arjin's father died in 2369. (DS9: "Playing God")

This family was only mentioned in dialogue.

Eliminated initiates Edit

These fifty-seven initiates were personally eliminated from the program by the Dax symbiont dating back over a period of 200 years. In 2370, after learning this, Arjin initially asked to be reassigned upon hearing his field docent was to be Jadzia Dax. (DS9: "Playing God")

These Trill were only mentioned in dialogue.

FNN assistant Edit

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Trill FNN assistant

FNN assistant

This female worked as an assistant for the Federation News Network (FNN) near the end of the 24th century. (PIC: "Remembrance")

The Trill FNN assistant was played by Arlene Rodruigez-Lopez, who received no on-screen credit for her appearance.


Guardian Edit

Trill guardian, 2371

A Trill guardian

This guardian visited Deep Space 9 in 2371. (DS9: "Facets")

The Trill Guardian was played by actor Jefrey Alan Chandler.


Jadzia's familyEdit

Mother Edit

This woman was the spouse to Kela, and the mother of at least two children, Jadzia and her sister; she lived into the 2370s. Since her daughter was in Starfleet, she would worry about her daughter's safety. Jadzia, in turn, recorded "last messages" in case she did not come back from a mission.

In 2372, prior to a battle, Jadzia assured Miles O'Brien that he would live to a ripe old age, and told him she'd put his latest "last message" to his wife and daughter next to her message to her mother. (DS9: "To the Death")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Sister Edit

This woman sent her sister, Jadzia, several glasses in 2372. Jadzia found them to be "really ugly". (DS9: "Body Parts")

Unlike Jadzia, she was not joined. (DS9: "Invasive Procedures")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.
In The Lives of Dax short story "Reflections", Jadzia's sister is called Ziranne (β).

Joining attendees Edit

Trill bystanders

Nine Trill bystanders

Nine individuals were present when the Dax symbiont was transferred from Curzon Dax to Jadzia Dax. Six of them wore medical gowns, including a female surgeon, the remaining three wore civilian clothes. (DS9: "Emissary")

The female surgeon was played by regular extra Tyana Parr, who received no on-screen credit for her appearance.
The other eight Trill were played by unknown performers.

Odan's male hostsEdit

Host 1 Edit

This host was said to be Crusher's lover's father. He knew Leka Trion and had kept the people of Peliar Zel II at peace for several generations. In reality, he was the prior host of the Odan symbiont. The younger hoped his efforts would be as successful as the elder's. (TNG: "The Host")

This host was only mentioned in dialogue.

Host 2 Edit

Odan

Odan's male host in 2367

This host was originally believed to be Odan, but was in reality only a host body to the symbiont. Upon nearing death in 2367, he ordered Beverly Crusher to save the symbiont and not the body housing it. (TNG: "The Host")

This individual was played by Franc Luz.


Peers' hosts Edit

These seven hosts all carried the Peers symbiont prior to its joining with Selin Peers. At least one, the first, was a woman. As of 2369, Selin Peers still recalled the symbiont's memories from that time. (DS9: "Dax")

These hosts were only mentioned in dialogue.

Symbiosis Commission doctor Edit

Trill Doctor

A Trill doctor

This doctor was working for the Symbiosis Commission and was murdered by Joran Dax. (DS9: "Equilibrium")

He was played by an unknown actor.
According to the short story "Allegro Ouroboros in D Minor", he was named Foris Hajan.


Symbiosis Commission guards Edit

This male and female guard were working for the Symbiosis Commission and helped arrest Joran Dax for murder. (DS9: "Equilibrium")

Symbiosis Commission nurse Edit

Trill nurse

A Trill nurse

This male nurse was assisting Doctor Renhol with the treatment of Jadzia Dax at the medical facilities of the Symbiosis Commission. (DS9: "Equilibrium")

He was played by an unknown actor.


Tattooed female Edit

Trill or Kriosian woman DIS 1x15

A Trill getting a tattoo on Qo'noS

This female was getting a tattoo from a Klingon tattoo artist at the Orion embassy outpost on Qo'noS in 2257. (DIS: "Will You Take My Hand?")

This Trill was played by an unknown actress.


USS Enterprise officerEdit

USS Valiant cadetEdit

Woman on GaiaEdit

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