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The Malcorians were a humanoid species native to the planet Malcor III. They were a people who believed that they were the highest form of life and that their planet was at the center of the universe. Their planet had a unified government led by a chancellor. (TNG: "First Contact")
In distant history, before the planet's governments were united, it had nation-states which would sometimes conquer others, often using the greeting "we are your friends".
In 2367, the Malcorians were about to initiate their warp program, by launching their first warp-capable spacecraft. The crew of the USS Enterprise-D was undergoing the final preparations for First Contact when Commander Riker was injured and captured. The events led to their decision to delay the warp program and further contact with the Federation. (TNG: "First Contact")
Malcor III was governed by a planetary government, led by an elected Chancellor. The Chancellor's second in charge was a Vice-Chancellor, who was often assigned tasks the Chancellor was too busy to attend to. The chancellor during the late 2360s was Avel Durken.
Next in line of government was a series of ministers assigned to different divisions of government. A Minister for Security was assigned with all planetary security measures, including those presented by external forces. The Minister of Security during the late 2360s was Minister Krola. The Minister of Science was assigned to all scientific pursuits, which in the 2360s mainly focused on the development of warp travel and new spacecraft and pursuits. The Minister of Science in the 2360s was Mirasta Yale, a scientist who was a leader in the scientific community. All ministers were assigned the task of reporting to the Chancellor every morning on their established fields. (TNG: "First Contact")
A form of liquid measurement was the octare.
- Durken, Avel
- Jakara, Rivas
- Yale, Mirasta
- Unnamed Malcorians