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[[Image:DominionEmblem.jpg|thumb|Emblem of the Dominion.]]
 
[[Image:DominionEmblem.jpg|thumb|Emblem of the Dominion.]]
 
The '''Vorta''' were the genetically-enhanced administrators of the [[Dominion]]. They are loyal to the [[Founders]], and are assigned to command the [[Jem'Hadar]].
 
The '''Vorta''' were the genetically-enhanced administrators of the [[Dominion]]. They are loyal to the [[Founders]], and are assigned to command the [[Jem'Hadar]].
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Each Vorta is in charge of distributing a drug known as [[Ketracel-white]] among the Jem'Hadar under their command, the event is somewhat of a ritual with the Jem'Hadar pledging their loyalty to the founders before recieving their vials of the drug ([[DS9]] [[episode]] [[To the Death]]).
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The Vorta also posess telekinetic abilities, and are able to generate telekinetic blasts of energy that can knock out humans and disable energy barriers ([[DS9]] [[episode]] [[The Jem'Hadar]]).
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The Vorta care little for the Jem'Hadar under their command, seeing them as no more than tools to get a job done and will quite happily sacrifice them all in order to prolong their own survival ([[DS9]] [[episode]] [[Rocks and Shoals]]).
   
 
==People==
 
==People==

Revision as of 08:11, November 28, 2006

DominionEmblem

Emblem of the Dominion.

The Vorta were the genetically-enhanced administrators of the Dominion. They are loyal to the Founders, and are assigned to command the Jem'Hadar.

Each Vorta is in charge of distributing a drug known as Ketracel-white among the Jem'Hadar under their command, the event is somewhat of a ritual with the Jem'Hadar pledging their loyalty to the founders before recieving their vials of the drug (DS9 episode To the Death).

The Vorta also posess telekinetic abilities, and are able to generate telekinetic blasts of energy that can knock out humans and disable energy barriers (DS9 episode The Jem'Hadar).

The Vorta care little for the Jem'Hadar under their command, seeing them as no more than tools to get a job done and will quite happily sacrifice them all in order to prolong their own survival (DS9 episode Rocks and Shoals).

People

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