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The Mizarians were a humanoid civilization native to the planet Mizar II. Mizarians valued peaceful non-resistance and because of this, were conquered six times between the mid 21st century and the 2360s decade. (TNG episode: "Allegiance")

History and culture[]

The Klingon Empire refused any governmental relations with the Mizarian people because of their extreme pacifistic views. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)

At least one Mizarian served aboard the USS Enterprise-D in the year 2371. (TNG movie: Star Trek Generations)

Strawberries acted as a mild narcotic in Mizarians. (SCE eBook: Fables of the Prime Directive)

Alternate realities[]

In the Kelvin timeline, Mizarians were known to the Federation by the 2250s decade. In the year 2255, Doctor Leonard McCoy had a nightmare where he had to treat streams of patients, including Mizarians, all by himself. (TOS - Starfleet Academy novel: The Assassination Game)

In the mirror universe, Mizarian representatives of the Tzenkethi Autarch's entourage met with Michael Eddington in 2377. Eddington was hoping to convince the Tzenkethi to ally with the rebels on Terok Nor but Eddington told Miles O'Brien later that the Mizarians had basically told him to get lost. (DS9 novel: The Soul Key)

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