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[[Image:Cold_front.jpg|thumb|[[Silik]], a '''Suliban''' male, in [[2151]].]]
 
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The '''Suliban''' are a [[humanoid]] species native to [[Sector 3641]], who live as a nomadic race following the destruction of their homeworld in the [[1850s]].
 
The '''Suliban''' are a [[humanoid]] species native to [[Sector 3641]], who live as a nomadic race following the destruction of their homeworld in the [[1850s]].
   
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Revision as of 12:30, October 13, 2012

Cold front

Silik, a Suliban male, in 2151.

For the mirror universe counterpart, see Suliban (mirror).

The Suliban are a humanoid species native to Sector 3641, who live as a nomadic race following the destruction of their homeworld in the 1850s.

As a humanoid species they are on a developmental stage that is quite similar to humans. Their only distinguishing feature were their three bronchial tubes, and their encounters with Vulcans and Denobulans were always very cordial. However, a terrorist group of Suliban known as the Cabal wanted to increase their rate of evolution and so experimented in genetically engineering themselves, by acting as tools for a mysterious agent from the future, as a group involved in the Temporal Cold War. (ENT episode: "Broken Bow")

Despite living as nomads, by the early 22nd century, many Suliban had settled and were living normal lives in the Tandar Sector. However, that all changed in 2144, when the Cabal began to launch attacks against the Tandarans. In response to the attacks, the Tandarans rounded up all the Suliban and imprisoned them. (ENT episode: "Detained")

Prior to 2379, several Suliban had settled on Tiburon and were later joined by several Vanoben. The Tiburons themselves did not mix with the Suliban settlers. (TTN novel: The Red King)

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