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Pah-Wraith

pahwraithHomeworld: Fire Caves on Bajor
Life Span: N/A live outside of linear time
Classification: Non-corporeal

 

The Pah-wraiths were non-corporeal beings, enemies of the Bajoran Prophets. Bajoran religious texts related that the Pah-wraiths once resided in the Celestial Temple alongside the Prophets. However, for reasons unknown, they were banished to the Fire Caves on Bajor. According to ancient Bajoran texts, they were “false Prophets”. The Pah-wraiths typically took the form of fire spirits

Pakled

pakledHomeworld: Unknown
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: None
Federation Status: Neutral
First Encountered: TNG:”Samaritan Snare”
Distinctive Features: bushy upswept brows, heavily bagged eyes and a “dewlap” bottom lip.
Known members: Grebnedlog, Reginod

To the casual observer the Pakleds appear to be intellectually challenged, especially in their verbal skills. However, despite the marked lack of intellect they proved to be far more cunning than they appeared, and used their innocuous appearance to deceive other races.

They were unwilling to develop technological knowledge on their own,instead acquiring technology from other species, generally by theft.

Paxan

paxanHomeworld: Paxan
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Energy-based
Environmental requirements: M class
Federation Status: Neutral
First Encountered: by the Enterprise D (TNG, Clues)

The Paxans were a xenophobic, isolationist, possibly energy-based species inhabiting a planet orbiting a T-Tauri type star in the Ngame Nebula.

In order to conceal their existence from intruders, anyone entering their territory would be confronted with an apparent wormhole, which was actually, an energy field, which would stun the ship’s crew and place them in a state of biochemical stasis. The ship would then be transported out of their space. The intruder would then regain consciousness, assume the wormhole was responsible for their altered position, and depart.