Basis of nameEdit

What's the basis of calling her "Miral Paris"? I thought Miral was just a possible name on the list, like "Kuvah'magh Paris" ("Prophecy"). Can't seem to find the name "Miral" in "Endgame" anywhere. Is there some reference beyond Torres telling her father that they were considering the name in "Author, Author"? CzechOut | 04:00, 19 October 2007 (UTC)

She is called Miral Paris in the script. --Jörg 04:47, 19 October 2007 (UTC)

If it was just in the script, but not said on screen, then is the name still canon?Icecreamdif 23:43, 5 May 2009 (UTC)

Using the script as the source for a character name is acceptable if there is otherwise no reference in canon. --31dot 00:12, 6 May 2009 (UTC)

Second of two children born on Voyager Edit

Was this ever stated in canon? While Naomi Wildman was stated to be the first born, and her life was followed in he series, was it ever said in canon that no other babies were born on Voyager? I'm not saying that we should assume more were born, only that we should not say either way, should not state a fact we do not know to be true. --OuroborosCobra talk 21:38, 29 October 2007 (UTC)

Removed Edit

Removed the following speculation:

prompting some fan speculation that Janeway is Miral's godmother.--31dot 00:19, 6 May 2009 (UTC)

Removed the following STO information. We don't need this much detail, that should go on Memory Beta.

The Klingons take her to the planet where the Guardian of Forever resides and manage to take her through the portal. The player queries the Guardian, and it opens a portal for his/her ship in order to balance time. Said player ends up in the The Original Series time period and must fight a protracted battle to subdue the main warship and beam aboard. After fighting through a mix of Klingons who visually resemble those of T.O.S. and those post-"The Motion Picture", the player frees Miral who reveals she was kidnapped for her DNA (1/2 Klingon, 3/4 Human) so that the human-looking Klingons of that time(T.O.S.) could revert themselves to the bridged-brow Klingons that they were before the events of ENT: "Affliction", "Divergence". This brings a close to the Voyager episode, "Prophecy", where the Klingons who considered the then-unnamed Miral to be the Kuvah'magh repeated that they "would walk her footsteps before her time." as well as explaining how Klingons went back from looking Human to looking post TMP. At the time of airing, it was assumed to mean they simply predicted her coming (thus the episode title). The Online game takes it a step further to imply time-travel.--31dot 08:41, February 2, 2010 (UTC)