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List of unnamed Terok Nor residents, visitors and personnel from 2346 to 2369, and 2373 and 2374.

Alien visitor Edit

These two alien individuals – who had ears flush against their mottled heads – were present on the Dominion-controlled Terok Nor shortly before it was retaken by Federation forces. (DS9: "Favor the Bold")

Bajoran comfort women Edit

These eight Bajoran women were chosen by Basso Tromac to serve as comfort women aboard Terok Nor in 2346. He abducted them from labor camps and rewarded their families with better and more food. After they got their quarters aboard Terok Nor and enough food and clothing they were presented to Gul Dukat and worked as hostesses for the Cardassian officers. Kira Meru was among these women and her daughter Kira Nerys too while experiencing the Orb of Time. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night")

All comfort women were played by background performers who received no credit for their work.
Several of their costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1] [2] [3] [4] The latter costume was later reused for actress Debra Lamb Bailleaux in a deleted scene of the Star Trek: Enterprise pilot episode "Broken Bow".

Bajoran customer Edit

Unnamed Bajoran customer in Quark's 2374

A Bajoran customer at Quark's

This Bajoran visited Quark's bar in 2374 during the time when the Dominion controlled Terok Nor. (DS9: "Favor the Bold")

This Bajoran was played by Michael Wajacs.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Yelsar.


Bajoran deputy Edit

Bajoran Officer 2

A Bajoran security deputy

When the Dominion controlled Terok Nor in early 2374, this Bajoran security deputy guarded the quarters where Odo and the Female Changeling were staying, along with a Jem'Hadar guard. When Kira Nerys and Quark attempted to talk to Odo, the Jem'Hadar refused to let them in. The Bajoran officer urged them not to provoke his Dominion counterpart. (DS9: "Favor the Bold")

This Bajoran deputy was played by William Wellman Jr.


Bajoran slave laborers (2346) Edit

These Bajoran slave laborers lived in a fenced-off area of Terok Nor's Promenade during the occupation in 2346. Major Kira Nerys experienced this time period using the Orb of Time and became part of the slave laborers after she refused to work with Basso Tromac and attacked two of his Cardassian guards. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night")

Bajoran slave laborers (2365) Edit

Quark workers

Bajoran slave laborers

Cardassians guard Bajorans

Bajoran slave laborers

A group of Bajoran slave laborers worked for Quark during the Occupation of Bajor.

Another group of laborers were guarded by a pair of Cardassian soldiers. (DS9: "Things Past", "Necessary Evil")

The workers were portrayed by an unknown performers.


Cardassian customers Edit

These Cardassians visited Quark's bar in 2374 during the time when the Dominion controlled Terok Nor. (DS9: "Favor the Bold")

The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the first Cardassian's name as Davin and the second Cardassian's name as Magren.

Cardassian female officer Edit

This female military officer was assigned to Terok Nor under Gul Dukat in 2362. During this time, she was ordered by Dukat to bring Rugal, the son of Proka Migdal, to the Tozhat Resettlement Center on Bajor, an unusual case at the time, because not only was the woman familiar with him, but she also knew his name. Eight years later, the Bajoran social volunteer, Jomat Luson recalled the incident, saying that she didn't remember the officer's name, but recalled that she was attached to the command post at Terok Nor.

When Julian Bashir presented this evidence to Migdal and Dukat, he made the supposition that this officer had deliberately left Rugal at the relocation center, with full knowledge that he was not an orphan, hopes of humiliating Pa'Dar someday.(DS9: "Cardassians")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Cardassian guards (2346) Edit

These Cardassian guards were stationed on board Terok Nor in 2346. Two of them escorted Basso Tromac to the quarters of Kira Nerys, who traveled back in time with the help of the Orb of Time and took the alias Luma Rahl. They took her properties away and ended up in a fist-fight with her in which Kira was knocked unconscious. They brought her to the fenced-off area of the Promenade. The others guarded Basso Tromac when he took Bajoran women from their settlements to serve as comfort women aboard the station and served as guards for Gul Dukat aboard Terok Nor. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night")

These Cardassians were played by background and stunt performers, who received no credit for their appearance.

Cardassian guards (2365) Edit

Cardassians guard Bajorans

Cardassians guard and Bajoran workers

A pair of guards on Terok Nor kept surveillance over Bajoran slaves who processed raw uridium ore from the strip mining of the planet below. (DS9: "Necessary Evil")

The Cardassian soldiers were played by unknown actors.


Cardassian officers (2374) Edit

These Cardassian officers were working in ops aboard Terok Nor in 2374 until the Dominion and the Cardassians abandoned the station. They were evacuated from the station. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

Cardassian security officer Edit

Cardassian Terok Nor security officer

The Terok Nor Cardassian officer

The security officer was assigned to the security office on Terok Nor when it was occupied by the Dominion in early 2374.

He was on duty when Quark and Tora Ziyal attempted to deliver a hasperat soufflé to Kira Nerys, who had been imprisoned on Gul Dukat's orders. Understandably suspicious, the officer, much to Quark's apparent dismay, began to inspect the soufflé, and was rendered unconscious when Ziyal injected him with a hypospray, his head falling face-first into the dish. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

This security officer was played by actor Darin Cooper.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Nerot.


Jem'Hadar guards Edit

These two Jem'Hadar worked as guards for Weyoun aboard Deep Space 9 in 2374 shortly after the Dominion took over control of the station. They stopped Jake Sisko who wanted to interview Weyoun about the occupation and later received their dosage of ketracel-white from Weyoun in the wardroom. (DS9: "A Time to Stand")

The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives Mark Lentry's Jem'Hadar's name as Tozara'Kesh.

Jem'Hadar guard Edit

JemHadar Guard (Terok Nor)

A Jem'Hadar guard on Terok Nor in 2374

When the Dominion controlled Terok Nor in early 2374, this Jem'Hadar, along with a Bajoran security officer, guarded the quarters where Odo and the Female Changeling were staying. When Kira Nerys and Quark attempted to talk to Odo, the Jem'Hadar refused to let them in. The Bajoran officer urged them not to provoke his Dominion counterpart. (DS9: "Favor the Bold")

Played by Andrew Palmer.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Imat'Korex.


Jem'Hadar guards Edit

These two Jem'Hadar were assigned to Terok Nor's security office when the station was occupied by the Dominion in early 2374. They guarded Kira Nerys, Jake Sisko, Rom, and Leeta when they were arrested on order from Gul Dukat. When Quark and Tora Ziyal entered attempting to free the prisoners, the Jem'Hadar were confused by Quark's contradictory demands not to move and to lower the force fields. When the Jem'Hadar raised their weapons, Quark shot them both. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the second guard's name as Makla'Gor.

Jem'Hadar soldiers Edit

These four Jem'Hadar visited Quark's bar during the time when the station was occupied by the Dominion. Quark tried to offer them various services but they were not interested. (DS9: "A Time to Stand")

The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives their names (from left to right) as Amet'alox, Edan'Atal, Rak'tazan and Varat'idan.