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Episode characters

Arex Na EthChristine ChapelDemosJames T. KirkKol-TaiLeonard McCoyMontgomery ScottSpockHikaru SuluNyota Uhura
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Novelization characters

Arex Na EthChristine ChapelDemosJames T. KirkKoltiLeonard McCoyMontgomery ScottSpockHikaru SuluNyota Uhura
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Severin Alonzo HartHippocratesJohn KyleMicheau Pochenko

Starships and vehicles

Dramian patrol shipUSS Enterprise (Constitution-class) • shuttlecraft


bridgeDramiaDramian Chamber of Contemplative ReconstructionDramian PortDramian systemDramia IIthe galaxygymnasiumshuttlebaysickbaytransporter room
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Alco StarbaseAlco IIIEarthOlibabaOrientOstrich ForestStarfleet Headquarters

Races and cultures

DramianHuman (EuropeanTerran) • Edosian or TriexianVulcan
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States and organizations

Dramian Deep Space Service, Diplomatic SectionDramian Internal SecurityFederationStarfleetStarfleet Administrative and JudicialStarfleet Central

Ranks and titles

Advanced Internanesthesiologistcaptainchief engineerclan membercommandercommanding officercorpsmandervishdoctorengineerfirst officerhelmsmanlieutenantmedical officernurseofficerphysicianpilotsecurity chiefSupreme Prefecttransporter specialistwarriorwizard

Other references

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  • In the Log Six novelization of the episode, both the Dramians and their planet had their names misspelled as Draymian and Draymia respectively, and the Dramian Kol-Tai's name was misspelled Kolti.


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