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Edo

edoHomeworld: Rubicun III
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: None
Federation Status: Member
First Encountered: By the USS Enterprise-D on Stardate 41255.6. (TNG: Justice)
Known members: Liator, Rivan

The Edo were a free-spirited people, extremely welcoming and friendly and very open sexually with themselves and visitors.

Their society was peaceful and extremely law-abiding, criminality had been wiped-out thousands of years ago and was virtually unknown by 2364. This was achieved by their extreme system of justice. There was only one punishment for any crime: death. A small number of “mediators” patrol randomly selected “punishment zones” where any infraction, even if accidental, results in immediate execution without appeal.

El-Aurian

elaurianHomeworld: El-Auria
Life Span: Unknown, but hundreds if not thousands of years. Guinan was on Earth in 1893 and did not appear to be any younger then in the 24th century.
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: Limited empathic ability (believed)
Federation Status: Neutral
Encountered: In 2293, a group of El-Aurian refugees rescued by the USS Enterprise-B and Guinan came aboard the Enterprise-D in 2365. However, humans have encountered El-Aurians at least as far back as 1893 without knowing it.
Known members: Guinan, Martus Mazur, Dr. Tolian Soran

El-Aurians were a humanoid species of “listeners”. They are a highly personable and empathetic race. Some used this to help others, acting as advisers or confidants The El-Aurians were also extraordinarily sensitive to the space-time continuum.

The El-Aurians were a widely traveled people who spread themselves across many parts of the galaxy. It is known that at least one El-Aurian visited Earth in 1893, before Humans had any official knowledge of alien species. Around 2265, the Borg launched a major attack on this species, wiping out all but a handful. The survivors scattered throughout the galaxy, finding homes amongst many species.

Elaysian

elaysianHomeworld: Elaysia II (called Gemworld, in books Gemworld 1 and 2)
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: Low-gravity
Telepathic abilities: None
Federation Status: Allied, possibly a member
First Encountered: DS9: Melora
Known members: Ensign Melora Pazlar
The Elaysians are a humanoid civilization native to a low-gravity planet. The Elaysian physique and neural motor cortex is adapted to cope with a low gravity. When exposed to Earth-normal gravity environments they need physical support to function. The type of support varies but includes wearing an external skeleton with integrated servomotors which helps by supporting the person’s own skeleton, although this only functions for short periods of time. For longer-term physical support other forms of support are needed, like a wheelchair or an anti-grav unit. Only a handful of Elaysians have ever left their planet.

Enaran

enaranHomeworld: Enara Prime
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: yes, able to implant memories in another person
Federation Status: Neutral
First Encountered: by Voyager, VOY: “Remember”
Distinctive Features: red spotting near the eyes and forehead
Known members: Jor Brel, Demelos, Dathan Alaris, Farran, Fredick, Jareth, Jessen, Lishan, Korenna Mirell, Sandrik, Vareth

 

The Enarans were a telepathic humanoid species from the Delta Quadrant. They had the ability to share experiences telepathically. Some members of the species had an affinity for playing music. The native instrument required the player to use their telepathic abilities to manipulate the harmonics from a half sphere attached to a lute-like shape.

Ennis and Nol-Ennis

ennisHomeworld: Tevlin-De, Exciled to moon in Gamma Quadrant
Life Span: Immortal due to technology on Moon
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: None
Federation Status: neutral
First Encountered: DS9: Battle Lines
Known members: Golin Shel-la, Nima

The Ennis and Nol-Ennis are two humanoid factions of the same species. They were mortal enemies that have been at war for centuries, though the cause of the war has been forgotten.

As a punishment for not being able to end the fighting and as a deterrent for the other factions on the planet, the Ennis and Nol-Ennis were exiled to a moon to continue their fighting. As an additional punishment, Tevlin-De’s leaders created nanite-like bio-mechanical microbes that resurrected people after death, forcing the Ennis and the Nol-Ennis into an eternal war. Once resurrected by this technology they would die by leaving the moon. Hence trapping them on the planet.

Excalbian

excalibanHomeworld: Excalbia
Classification: shapeshifting silicon-based
Telepathic abilities: None
Federation Status: Enemies
First Encountered: By the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 on Stardate 5906.4 (TOS: The Savage Curtain)
Distinctive Features: living rock with heavy fore-claws
Known members: Yarnek

Excalbians are very powerful, and rather curious, silicon-based lifeforms. They are able to alter their planet to create a range of environments in order to suit their research experiments.

In 2269, the Excalbians staged an experiment with the Human notions of good and evil. They used Captain Kirk and Commander Spock of the USS Enterprise, and recreations of notable galactic historical figures.