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For other uses, see Merlin.

Merlin was a legendary figure in the Terran stories of King Arthur of Ancient Britain. Merlin was commonly depicted as a wizard or magician who had a preternatural knowledge of the future, and served as adviser to the king. Some versions of the legend claim he was immortal, or that he lived his life backwards through linear time. (TNG comic: "... Where No One Has Gone Before!")

Parneb of Thebes claimed to have known Merlin in the 12th century BCE, though by the name "Ahkarin". (TOS novel: Strangers from the Sky)

In 2269, Captain James T. Kirk encountered an immortal human named Flint, who revealed that he had been Merlin, as well as a warrior named Akharin. (TOS episode & Star Trek 5 novelization: Requiem for Methuselah)

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Aliases of Flint
primary universe AkharinMethuselahSolomonAlexander the GreatLazarusMerlinLeonardo da VinciJohannes BrahmsWillem AbramsonBrack
alternate realities VandarVandal Savage

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