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Mirrors

A pair of huge mirrors.

A mirror is a piece of highly reflective material.

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In 2266, on the planet Fayo, Fayons illuminated the jungle without the use of electricity. Ten flaming torches produced light, which was then reflected by an enormous mirror to generate a spotlight. Camelephants pulled the large contraption. (TOS comic: "Prince Traitor")

In 2268, Hamesaad Dreen shattered the mirror in his quarters aboard the Clodiaan in a rage after reminiscing about his defeat by the USS Enterprise ten years earlier and the shame he endured as a result. (TOS novel: Legacy)

In 2270, Doctor Leonard McCoy used an antique mirror, which was used by doctors in the past to determine if a patient was alive, to show Shaun Christopher that he was in James T. Kirk's body. (TOS novel: The Rings of Time)

In 2273, Anton Zauber used a forming pod to alter his physical appearance into that of Doctor Leonard McCoy. When the pod was opened by a medical droid, his wife Joann Zauber held up a mirror, so that he could see how well the procedure worked. (TOS comic: "The Real McCoy")

In the 2360s, Beverly Crusher and Worf were spontaneously duplicated by a mirrored statue entity. Playing a hunch, Crusher had Miles O'Brien transport a pair of large mirrors on opposite sides of the entity. Once it was able to see its own reflection, it created a duplicate of itself as a companion, then collapsed the duplicate Crushers and Worfs back to normal. (TNG - Waypoint comic: "Mirror, Mirror, Mirror, Mirror")


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