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While serving as [[Captain]] of the ''[[USS Stargazer]]'', Picard was dispatched to the Chalnoth homeword of [[Chalna]] (known on [[Federation]] star-maps as [[Kaus Borealis Five]]) in order negotiate dispute about a Federation reseach colony on the planet [[Ynathaia]], that the Chalnoth claimed as their own. Picard defeated a Chalnoth champion in a trial by combat, through which Picard secured the safety of the colony until their research was done. ({{c|TNG|Children of Chaos}})
 
While serving as [[Captain]] of the ''[[USS Stargazer]]'', Picard was dispatched to the Chalnoth homeword of [[Chalna]] (known on [[Federation]] star-maps as [[Kaus Borealis Five]]) in order negotiate dispute about a Federation reseach colony on the planet [[Ynathaia]], that the Chalnoth claimed as their own. Picard defeated a Chalnoth champion in a trial by combat, through which Picard secured the safety of the colony until their research was done. ({{c|TNG|Children of Chaos}})
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In [[2366]], A Chalnoth named [[Esoqq]] was kidnapped (along with Picard and several others) by a previously unknown (and unnamed) alien race that was studying the concept of leadership. ({{e|TNG|Allegiance}})
   
 
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The Chalnoth were a species with cranial ridges like the Klingons and the Nausicaans. (TLE novel: The Art of the Impossible)

While attending Starfleet Academy cadets Jean-Luc Picard and Cortin Zweller encountered Chalnoth mercenaries on the planet Yrskatdon while seeking medical attention for their classmate Marta Batanides. (SA comic: "Judgment")

While serving as Captain of the USS Stargazer, Picard was dispatched to the Chalnoth homeword of Chalna (known on Federation star-maps as Kaus Borealis Five) in order negotiate dispute about a Federation reseach colony on the planet Ynathaia, that the Chalnoth claimed as their own. Picard defeated a Chalnoth champion in a trial by combat, through which Picard secured the safety of the colony until their research was done. (TNG comic: "Children of Chaos")

In 2366, A Chalnoth named Esoqq was kidnapped (along with Picard and several others) by a previously unknown (and unnamed) alien race that was studying the concept of leadership. (TNG episode: "Allegiance")


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