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Mahásë was an Eseriat, a Federation Starfleet officer.

Biography[]

In the 23rd century, Mahásë held the rank of lieutenant and served on the starship USS Enterprise as a stand-in communications officer.

He is described as having craggy features, gray skin, gray hair, and gray eyes (even to the whites), and speaking with a slow drawl.

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USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) communications personnel
under Robert April HallSanaweyVan Fleet under Christopher Pike DabischGarrisonNanoVincentZacharia UFP emblem image.
USS Enterprise operations assignment insignia. USS Enterprise assignment insignia.
under James T. Kirk & Spock AldenAronsenAshcraftAubersonAzuelaBryantCzyzakDeLeonDezagoDominicoFarrellFletcherGoldsteinGrangerHodgeJosephsKerasusKrelidzeLaysaLeamingLinMahásëMartine-TellerMendezMiraskinM'RessMuellerMuirNorthNyssaOsikE. PalmerL. PalmerPeretzPilarPutmanRileyT'zeelaTallifloresTanakaUhuraVehauVigelshevskyWirreringYork
see also: administrative personnelengineering personnelmedical personnelpilots & flight control personnelsecurity & tactical personnelsciences personnelsenior staff • unnamed (2240s and 2250s2260s2270s and 2280s)

Background[]

In Crossroad, it's indicated that Mahase is female. While this could be an example of a changed premise, it is also possible it is the result of this species having variable gender.

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