The following is a list of unnamed Pah-wraiths.
Pah-wraiths possessing DukatEdit
Dukat was possessed by Pah-Wraith twice.
In late 2374, Dukat discovered that the wormhole was actually the Celestial Temple. He enacted an ancient Bajoran ritual to release a Pah-wraith into his body. Thus possessed, he traveled to Deep Space 9 and released it into the Celestial Temple via the Orb of Contemplation, causing the wormhole to disappear. In the process, Dukat killed Jadzia Dax. (DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")
Dukat was possessed by a Pah-wraith in the Fire Caves, where the Pah-wraiths chose Dukat as their Emissary. After Dukat killed Winn, Captain Sisko plunged himself and Dukat into the fires, which trapped Dukat forever in the prison with the Pah-wraiths. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")
Pah-wraith in the image of KiraEdit
Pah-wraith possessing Keiko O'Brien Edit
Keiko's body was taken over by a Pah-wraith who threatened to kill her if O'Brien did not help it destroy the wormhole. The Pah-wraith forced O'Brien to convert the station into a gigantic chroniton emitter. Miles took Keiko (possessed by the Pah-wraith) to a runabout. Once in position near the wormhole, Miles activated the emitters on the station, but targeted the runabout instead of the wormhole, instantly killing the Pah-wraith inhabiting Keiko's body. (DS9: "The Assignment")
Pah-wraith in the image of SiskoEdit
A Pah-wraith in the image of Sisko appeared in a vision to Kai Winn along with other pah-wraiths. He said that the Emissary of the Prophets had faltered and that she must begin the restoration and return them to their rightful place in the Celestial Temple.
Pah-wraith in the image of OdoEdit
Pah-wraith in the image of SolborEdit
A Pah-wraith in the image of Solbor told Kai Winn the her guide who would help her bring about the restoration and return the pah-wraiths to the Celestial Temple would be of the land. (DS9: "'Til Death Do Us Part", "Strange Bedfellows")