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'''Phlox''' was a [[Denobulan]] physician who served as [[chief medical officer]] during the historic voyages of the ''[[Enterprise (NX-01)]]'' under [[Captain]] [[Jonathan Archer]] from the years [[2151]] to [[2161]].
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'''Phloxx-tunnai-oortann''' was a male [[Denobulan]] physician who served as [[chief medical officer]] during the historic voyages of the {{ship||Enterprise|NX-01| (NX-01)}} under [[Captain]] [[Jonathan Archer]] from the years [[2151]] to [[2161]].
   
Like most Denobulan males, he had three wives, who in turn each had three husbands. Two of his 'first' wives were [[Xesophia]], who sadly died in a drowning accident in [[2124]], and [[Endora]], while a later wife, [[Feezal]], once visited him aboard ''Enterprise''. ({{e|ENT|Dear Doctor|Stigma|Zero Hour}}, {{ss|ENT|Cabin E-14}})
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==Biography==
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===Family===
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Like most Denobulan males, Phlox had three wives, who in turn each had three husbands. His first wife was [[Vesena]] who bore his eldest son, {{dis|Vleb|22nd century}}. His second wife was [[Feezal]], with whom he had a daughter, [[Vaneel]], and who once visited him aboard ''Enterprise''. His third wife was [[Nullim]], who bore his youngest son, [[Mettus]]. Phlox had two other children, another son, [[Tullis]], and another daughter. ({{e|ENT|Dear Doctor|Stigma|Zero Hour}}, {{n|ENT|sub=Rise of the Federation|Live by the Code}})
   
Phlox began his career as a doctor in [[2114]]. ({{e|ENT|Damage}}) He also served as chairman of immunology at his alma mater. Phlox was considered honorable. ({{ccg|ST|Phlox}})
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===Early life and career===
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Phlox was born in the first half of the [[2080s]]. ({{n|ENT|sub=Rise of the Federation|Live by the Code}})
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Phlox began his career as a doctor in [[2114]]. ({{e|ENT|Damage}})
   
:''Phlox's alma mater's name was not mentioned.''
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He also served as chairman of immunology at his alma mater. Phlox was considered honorable. ({{ccg|ST|Phlox}})
   
==Enterprise==
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:''Phlox' alma mater's name was not mentioned.''
In February of [[2152]] Phlox was assigned to decontaminate the quarters of Crewman {{dis|Daniels|Crewman}}, who had been revealed to be a time-traveler from the [[31st century]]. While in Daniels quarters, Phlox discovered a device that allowed him travel through time at will and decided to use the device to rescue his wife Xesophia before the accident.
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===''Enterprise''===
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In [[February]] of [[2152]] Phlox was assigned to decontaminate the [[quarters]] of Crewman {{dis|Daniels|Crewman}}, who had been revealed to be a time-traveler from the [[31st century]]. While in Daniels' quarters, Phlox discovered a device that allowed him to travel through time at will. He decided to use the device to [[time travel]] to [[2124]] and rescue [[Xesophia]], then the love of his life, before the accident in which she drowned. He speculated that if she had lived he would have married her.
   
The device didn't work as Phlox hoped, and he was only able to travel back ten months, shortly after ''Enterprise''{{'}}s launch. With Daniel's assistance, Phlox was able to use the device to return to the proper time, but not before glimpsing a possible future in which ''Enterprise'' was under attack by [[Nausicaan]] [[piracy|pirate]]s. ({{ss|ENT|Cabin E-14}})
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The device didn't work as Phlox hoped, and he was only able to travel back ten months, shortly after ''Enterprise''{{'}}s launch. With Daniels' assistance, Phlox was able to use the device to return to the proper time, but not before glimpsing a possible future in which ''Enterprise'' was under attack by [[Nausicaan]] [[piracy|pirate]]s. ({{ss|ENT|Cabin E-14}})
   
==Continuing Influence==
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===''Endeavour''===
By the mid-23rd century, the [[Phlox Prize for Medicine]] had been named in his honor. Dr. [[Othello Beck]] received it 2241. ({{c|TOS|Year Four, Issue 1}})
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Following the end of the [[Earth-Romulan War]] and the founding of the [[United Federation of Planets]] Phlox was assigned to the Federation starship {{USS|Endeavour|NCC-06}} under the command of Captain [[T'Pol]]. He was one of several ''Enterprise'' officers and crew to be assigned to ''Endeavour''. ({{n|ENT|sub=Rise of the Federation|A Choice of Futures}})
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By [[2165]] his daughter Vaneel had fallen in love with the [[Antaran]] [[Pehle Retab]], and the couple married in mid 2165. The wedding was marred when Pehle's father [[Sohon Retab]] was murdered by Phlox' son Mettus. The murder of the elder Retab - a popular figure among the Antaran people - caused considerable tension between the Denobulan and Antaran people. The Denobulan government was considering extraditing Mettus when he was kidnapped by the [[True Sons of Antar]], an extremist group that wanted to conduct a show trial followed by an execution.
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Phlox traveled to Antar where he convinced their [[Central Investigation Bureau]] to mount a raid to stop the True Sons. Phlox saved the life of Mettus by taking a shot from the True Sons leader that was meant for him. Phlox soon recovered from his injuries and visited his son in the Antaran prison where he was being held. In that clean and relatively comfortable facility, Mettus had a great deal of time to think about what he had done. The two men finally came to terms with Mettus' crime, and with each other. ({{n|ENT|sub=Rise of the Federation|Live by the Code}})
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===Post-''Endeavour''===
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By the [[2250s]], Phlox was a teacher at [[Starfleet Academy]]. In the [[2260s]], Phlox had left his position to do exploring, at which point he found himself filling in temporarily as doctor on [[Epsilon Zeta VII]]. He helped {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} [[CMO]] [[Leonard McCoy]], Dr. [[Jabilo M'Benga]], and Nurse [[Christine Chapel]] find a cure to a virus at the [[Epsilon Zeta 7 Outpost]]. ({{c|ST|Flesh and Stone}})
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===Continuing influence===
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By the mid-[[23rd century]], the [[Phlox Prize for Medicine]] had been named in his honor. Dr. [[Othello Beck]] received it in [[2241]]. ({{c|TOS|Year Four, Issue 1}})
   
 
After the [[Albino]] had bombed the peace conference on [[Korvat]] in [[2291]], [[Doctor]] [[Christine Chapel]] studied material written by Phlox to better understand the Albino and his condition. ({{n|TLE|Excelsior: Forged in Fire}})
 
After the [[Albino]] had bombed the peace conference on [[Korvat]] in [[2291]], [[Doctor]] [[Christine Chapel]] studied material written by Phlox to better understand the Albino and his condition. ({{n|TLE|Excelsior: Forged in Fire}})
   
In the year [[2375]] Phlox's notes on a malady known as ''[[Vulcans scourge]]'' were crucial to Doctors [[Julian Bashir]] and [[Beverly Crusher]] on [[Federation]] [[starbase]] [[Deep Space 9]] in their efforts in finding a cure for a virus created by the [[Dominion]] that targeted [[Vulcan]]s. ({{ss|ST|Mirror Eyes}})
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In the year [[2375]], Phlox' notes on a malady known as ''[[Vulcans scourge]]'' were crucial to Doctors [[Julian Bashir]] and [[Beverly Crusher]] on [[Federation]] [[starbase]] [[Deep Space 9]] in their efforts in finding a cure for a virus created by the [[Dominion]] that targeted [[Vulcan]]s. ({{ss|ST|Mirror Eyes}})
   
 
By the year [[2376]], a medical research facility named the [[Phlox Institute]] had been named in his honor. [[Katherine Pulaski]] served at the Phlox Institute until at least [[2379]]. ({{eb|SCE|{{ebd|Progress}}}}; {{n|TNG|A Time for War, A Time for Peace}})
 
By the year [[2376]], a medical research facility named the [[Phlox Institute]] had been named in his honor. [[Katherine Pulaski]] served at the Phlox Institute until at least [[2379]]. ({{eb|SCE|{{ebd|Progress}}}}; {{n|TNG|A Time for War, A Time for Peace}})
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Phlox's influence was felt in the [[2380s]] when a virus similar to the Epsilon Zeta VII one affected the [[Space Station Diamandis 1]]. A Starfleet team's consultations with [[Admiral]] Leonard McCoy revealed the story behind the Epsilon Zeta infection and Phlox's assistance in resolving that situation, leading to the resolution of the Diamandis situation. ({{c|ST|Flesh and Stone}})
   
 
==Alternate timeline==
 
==Alternate timeline==
 
In an [[alternate reality|alternate timeline]] in which [[John Frederick Paxton]] destroyed [[Starfleet Command]] and ended the talks for the [[Coalition of Planets]] in [[2155]], Phlox left the ''Enterprise'' in [[2161]], following the [[Isolationist Party]]'s takeover of the [[Parliament of United Earth]]. He returned to his family on Denobula. He had died prior to [[2264]].
 
In an [[alternate reality|alternate timeline]] in which [[John Frederick Paxton]] destroyed [[Starfleet Command]] and ended the talks for the [[Coalition of Planets]] in [[2155]], Phlox left the ''Enterprise'' in [[2161]], following the [[Isolationist Party]]'s takeover of the [[Parliament of United Earth]]. He returned to his family on Denobula. He had died prior to [[2264]].
   
By 2264, his great-grandson [[Vleb]] was the Denobulan [[ambassador]] to the [[Interstellar Coalition]] and attended the conference on [[Babel]] that year to consider [[United Earth]]'s petition for membership. During the conference, he related one of Phlox's less-than-complimentary stories about [[Captain]] [[Jonathan Archer]] to Ambassador [[Nancy Hedford]]. ({{n|TOS|sub={{st|Myriad Universes}}|A Less Perfect Union}})
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By [[2264]], his great-grandson [[Vleb]] was the Denobulan [[ambassador]] to the [[Interstellar Coalition]] and attended the conference on [[Babel]] that year to consider [[United Earth]]'s petition for membership. During the conference, he related one of Phlox's less-than-complimentary stories about [[Captain]] [[Jonathan Archer]] to Ambassador [[Nancy Hedford]]. ({{n|TOS|sub={{st|Myriad Universes}}|A Less Perfect Union}})
   
 
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===Background information===
 
===Background information===
 
[[file:phlox flashback.jpg|thumb|Phlox's comic book debut]]
 
[[file:phlox flashback.jpg|thumb|Phlox's comic book debut]]
*Phlox was the first (and so far only) ''Enterprise'' character to have appeared in a [[comic]] when he was featured in a brief flashback to the events of the {{e|ENT|Divergence}} in the {{c|TOS|Against Their Nature}}.
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*Phlox was the first ''Enterprise'' character to have appeared in a [[comic]] when he was featured in a brief flashback to the events of the {{e|ENT|Divergence}} in the {{c|TOS|Against Their Nature}}.
*The ''[[Star Trek: The Fall]]'' novel ''[[Revelation and Dust]]'' mentions a character named [[Delinia Phlox]], although no connection to Doctor Phlox was mentioned.
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*Phlox made his second appearance in the {{c|ST|Flesh and Stone}}.
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*The ''[[Star Trek: The Fall]]'' novel ''[[Revelation and Dust]]'' mentions a character named [[Delinia Phlox]], although no connection to Doctor Phlox was specified.
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*Phlox's full name of Phlox-tunnai-oortann was established in the writer's bible for ''Enterprise'', however it was never used on screen.
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===Appearances===
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*{{e|ENT|Fight or Flight}}
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*{{e|ENT|Strange New World}}
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*{{e|ENT|Unexpected}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Terra Nova}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Andorian Incident}}
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*{{e|ENT|Breaking the Ice}}
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*{{e|ENT|Civilization}}
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*{{e|ENT|Fortunate Son}}
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*{{e|ENT|Cold Front}}
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*{{e|ENT|Silent Enemy}}
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*{{e|ENT|Dear Doctor}}
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*{{e|ENT|Sleeping Dogs}}
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*{{e|ENT|Shadows of P'Jem}}
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*{{e|ENT|Shuttlepod One}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Fusion}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|Rogue Planet}}
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*{{e|ENT|Acquisition}}
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*{{e|ENT|Oasis}}
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2152
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*{{e|ENT|Detained}}
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*{{e|ENT|Vox Sola}}
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*{{e|ENT|Fallen Hero}}
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*{{e|ENT|Desert Crossing}}
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*{{e|ENT|Two Days and Two Nights}}
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*{{en|ENT|Shockwave}}
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*{{e|ENT|Minefield}}
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*{{e|ENT|Dead Stop}}
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*{{e|ENT|A Night in Sickbay}}
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*{{e|ENT|Marauders}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Seventh}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Communicator}}
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*{{n|ENT|Surak's Soul}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Singularity}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|Vanishing Point}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Catwalk}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Dawn}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|Stigma}}
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*{{e|ENT|Cease Fire}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Future Tense}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Canamar}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Crossing}}
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*{{e|ENT|Judgment}}
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2153
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Horizon}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Breach}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Cogenitor}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Regeneration}}}}
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*{{n|ENT|{{nd|Daedalus}}}}
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*{{n|ENT|Daedalus's Children}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Bounty}}}}
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*{{en|ENT|The Expanse}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Xindi}}
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*{{n|ENT|Last Full Measure}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Anomaly}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Extinction}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Rajiin}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|Impulse}}
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*{{e|ENT|Exile}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Shipment}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Twilight}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|North Star}}
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*{{e|ENT|Similitude}}
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*{{e|ENT|Chosen Realm}}
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*{{e|ENT|Stratagem}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Harbinger}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Doctor's Orders}}}}
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2154
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*{{e|ENT|Hatchery}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Azati Prime}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|Damage}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Forgotten}}
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*{{e|ENT|E²}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Council}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Countdown}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|Zero Hour}}
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*{{e|ENT|Storm Front}}
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*{{e|ENT|Home}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Borderland}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Cold Station 12}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Augments}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Forge}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Kir'Shara}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Daedalus}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|Observer Effect}}
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*{{e|ENT|Babel One}}
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*{{e|ENT|United}}
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*{{e|ENT|The Aenar}}
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*{{e|ENT|Affliction}}
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*{{e|ENT|Divergence}}
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*{{e|ENT|Bound}}
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2155
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*{{n|ENT|Rosetta}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Demons}}}}
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*{{e|ENT|{{ed|Terra Prime}}}}
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*{{n|ENT|The Good That Men Do}}
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*{{n|ENT|{{nd|Kobayashi Maru}}}}
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*{{n|ENT|Beneath the Raptor's Wing}}
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2156
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*{{n|ENT|Beneath the Raptor's Wing}}
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*{{n|ENT|To Brave the Storm}}
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2157
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*{{n|ENT|To Brave the Storm}}
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2158
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*{{n|ENT|To Brave the Storm}}
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2159
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*{{n|ENT|To Brave the Storm}}
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2160
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*{{n|ENT|To Brave the Storm}}
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2162
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*{{n|ENT|sub=Rise of the Federation|A Choice of Futures}}
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2163
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*{{n|ENT|sub=Rise of the Federation|A Choice of Futures}}
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2164
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*{{n|ENT|sub=Rise of the Federation|Tower of Babel}}
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2165
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*{{n|ENT|sub=Rise of the Federation|Uncertain Logic}}
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*{{n|ENT|sub=Rise of the Federation|Live by the Code}}
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Latest revision as of 21:26, March 31, 2019

For other uses, see Phlox.
For the mirror universe counterpart, see Phlox (mirror).

Phloxx-tunnai-oortann was a male Denobulan physician who served as chief medical officer during the historic voyages of the Enterprise (NX-01) under Captain Jonathan Archer from the years 2151 to 2161.

BiographyEdit

FamilyEdit

Like most Denobulan males, Phlox had three wives, who in turn each had three husbands. His first wife was Vesena who bore his eldest son, Vleb. His second wife was Feezal, with whom he had a daughter, Vaneel, and who once visited him aboard Enterprise. His third wife was Nullim, who bore his youngest son, Mettus. Phlox had two other children, another son, Tullis, and another daughter. (ENT episodes: "Dear Doctor", "Stigma", "Zero Hour", ENT - Rise of the Federation novel: Live by the Code)

Early life and careerEdit

Phlox was born in the first half of the 2080s. (ENT - Rise of the Federation novel: Live by the Code)

Phlox began his career as a doctor in 2114. (ENT episode: "Damage")

He also served as chairman of immunology at his alma mater. Phlox was considered honorable. (CCG set: ST, card: "Phlox")

Phlox' alma mater's name was not mentioned.

EnterpriseEdit

In February of 2152 Phlox was assigned to decontaminate the quarters of Crewman Daniels, who had been revealed to be a time-traveler from the 31st century. While in Daniels' quarters, Phlox discovered a device that allowed him to travel through time at will. He decided to use the device to time travel to 2124 and rescue Xesophia, then the love of his life, before the accident in which she drowned. He speculated that if she had lived he would have married her.

The device didn't work as Phlox hoped, and he was only able to travel back ten months, shortly after Enterprise's launch. With Daniels' assistance, Phlox was able to use the device to return to the proper time, but not before glimpsing a possible future in which Enterprise was under attack by Nausicaan pirates. (ENT short story: "Cabin E-14")

EndeavourEdit

Following the end of the Earth-Romulan War and the founding of the United Federation of Planets Phlox was assigned to the Federation starship USS Endeavour under the command of Captain T'Pol. He was one of several Enterprise officers and crew to be assigned to Endeavour. (ENT - Rise of the Federation novel: A Choice of Futures)

By 2165 his daughter Vaneel had fallen in love with the Antaran Pehle Retab, and the couple married in mid 2165. The wedding was marred when Pehle's father Sohon Retab was murdered by Phlox' son Mettus. The murder of the elder Retab - a popular figure among the Antaran people - caused considerable tension between the Denobulan and Antaran people. The Denobulan government was considering extraditing Mettus when he was kidnapped by the True Sons of Antar, an extremist group that wanted to conduct a show trial followed by an execution.

Phlox traveled to Antar where he convinced their Central Investigation Bureau to mount a raid to stop the True Sons. Phlox saved the life of Mettus by taking a shot from the True Sons leader that was meant for him. Phlox soon recovered from his injuries and visited his son in the Antaran prison where he was being held. In that clean and relatively comfortable facility, Mettus had a great deal of time to think about what he had done. The two men finally came to terms with Mettus' crime, and with each other. (ENT - Rise of the Federation novel: Live by the Code)

Post-EndeavourEdit

By the 2250s, Phlox was a teacher at Starfleet Academy. In the 2260s, Phlox had left his position to do exploring, at which point he found himself filling in temporarily as doctor on Epsilon Zeta VII. He helped USS Enterprise CMO Leonard McCoy, Dr. Jabilo M'Benga, and Nurse Christine Chapel find a cure to a virus at the Epsilon Zeta 7 Outpost. (ST comic: "Flesh and Stone")

Continuing influenceEdit

By the mid-23rd century, the Phlox Prize for Medicine had been named in his honor. Dr. Othello Beck received it in 2241. (TOS comic: "Year Four, Issue 1")

After the Albino had bombed the peace conference on Korvat in 2291, Doctor Christine Chapel studied material written by Phlox to better understand the Albino and his condition. (TLE novel: Excelsior: Forged in Fire)

In the year 2375, Phlox' notes on a malady known as Vulcans scourge were crucial to Doctors Julian Bashir and Beverly Crusher on Federation starbase Deep Space 9 in their efforts in finding a cure for a virus created by the Dominion that targeted Vulcans. (ST short story: "Mirror Eyes")

By the year 2376, a medical research facility named the Phlox Institute had been named in his honor. Katherine Pulaski served at the Phlox Institute until at least 2379. (SCE eBook: Progress; TNG novel: A Time for War, A Time for Peace)

Phlox's influence was felt in the 2380s when a virus similar to the Epsilon Zeta VII one affected the Space Station Diamandis 1. A Starfleet team's consultations with Admiral Leonard McCoy revealed the story behind the Epsilon Zeta infection and Phlox's assistance in resolving that situation, leading to the resolution of the Diamandis situation. (ST comic: "Flesh and Stone")

Alternate timelineEdit

In an alternate timeline in which John Frederick Paxton destroyed Starfleet Command and ended the talks for the Coalition of Planets in 2155, Phlox left the Enterprise in 2161, following the Isolationist Party's takeover of the Parliament of United Earth. He returned to his family on Denobula. He had died prior to 2264.

By 2264, his great-grandson Vleb was the Denobulan ambassador to the Interstellar Coalition and attended the conference on Babel that year to consider United Earth's petition for membership. During the conference, he related one of Phlox's less-than-complimentary stories about Captain Jonathan Archer to Ambassador Nancy Hedford. (TOS - Myriad Universes novel: A Less Perfect Union)

AppendicesEdit

ConnectionsEdit

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USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C) CasadoSternAristide
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) CrusherPulaski Starfleet 2360s insignia
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) (alternate realities) Ogawa
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) CrusherStevenson Starfleet 2370s insignia
ISS Enterprise (NX-01) Phlox TerranEmpire
ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701) BoyceMcCoyM'Benga
ISS Enterprise (ICC-1701-D) Crusher
Endeavour personnel
United Earth, Earth Starfleet Endeavour (NX-class) GoldserS. ReynardSheaE. StilesWinchester Seal of United Earth United Earth Starfleet emblem
Federation, Starfleet USS Endeavour (Columbia-class) AbnettB. AlonzoB. BragenM. ChiangCurryE. CutlerP. JanleyT. KimuraI. LegattS. MoneyP. OrtegaPhloxM. ReedA. ch'RevashM. RomaineH. SatoTeskaT'PolB. ValmarZircher UFP seal Starfleet Command logo
USS Endeavour (Icarus-class) Shannon USS Endeavour
(Kelvin timeline)
ChekovDarwinEllixGroffusHilaJaxaKeenserKirkMcCoyMurciaScottSuluValasZahra
USS Endeavour (Constitution-class) BernsteinBradsh'DastisarH. EstradaFaranR. GarrettB. GriffinHalseA. KhatamiS. KlisiewiczK. LaMartinaJ. La SalaA. LeoneB. MalmatM. McCormackP. McGibbonB.g. MogMullerNaulsNeelakantaNelsonP. NortonM. RiceRoderickth'ShendilethSikalK. StanoStegbauerThorsenT'PesZhao Sunnamed USS Endeavour (NCC-1895) personnel
USS Endeavour (Nebula-class) J. AmasovC. BarnesN. Kyprios
USS Endeavour personnel roster

Background informationEdit

Phlox flashback

Phlox's comic book debut

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