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The following is a list of unnamed Prophets.

Julian Bashir's likeness Edit

This Prophet taking on the likeness of Julian Bashir was present when Quark entered the Bajoran wormhole in 2371 to ask the wormhole aliens to restore Zek to his former self. Initially Quark thought it to be the actual Julian Bashir and asked it what he was doing there, not realizing it was a Prophet. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

This wormhole alien was also present when Akorem Laan and Benjamin Sisko returned to the wormhole in 2372 to ask the Prophets who of them was their true Emissary. (DS9: "Accession")

The wormhole alien was played by Alexander Siddig.

Chicago Cubs Edit

Chicago Cubs

Members of the Chicago Cubs

This group of Chicago Cubs ballplayers was present when Benjamin Sisko, wearing a Chicago Cubs baseball cap, was trying to explain linear time to the wormhole aliens in 2369. (DS9: "Emissary")

The Chicago Cubs ballplayers were played by unknown performers.


Chicago Cubs' batter's likeness Edit

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A Prophet posing as a baseball batter

This Prophet taking on the form of a Chicago Cubs baseball batter was one of several to whom Benjamin Sisko tried to explain the concept of linear time in 2369.

Sisko discovered that the wormhole aliens had no concept of linear time and thus considered his presence disruptive. He tried to explain the concepts of past, present, and future, via the memories of his life. He further explained that Humans had choices and these choices shaped future events, without prior knowledge of the actual outcome.

He used baseball as an example, though the batter believed that baseball showed Humans to be adversarial and aggressive. Sisko then explained that it was just a game. (DS9: "Emissary")

The Alien Batter was played by Kevin McDermott.
In an early draft of the script, the character was to have been Ty Cobb, although this was changed to being an unnamed Chicago Cubs batter to avoid rights payments. The novelization of "Emissary" retained the batter as being Cobb. (The Making of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)


Damar's likeness Edit

Damar prophet

A Prophet posing as Damar

This Prophet taking on the likeness of Damar was present when Benjamin Sisko was pulled into the realm of the Prophets in 2374, as he was about to attack a Dominion fleet passing through the Bajoran wormhole, which would mean his death. The wormhole alien stated that Sisko could not be allowed to die. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

The wormhole alien was played by Casey Biggs.


Jadzia Dax's likeness Edit

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A Prophet posing as Jadzia Dax

This Prophet taking on the likeness of Jadzia Dax was present when Quark entered the wormhole in 2371 to find out what the prophets had done to Zek. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

The wormhole alien was played by Terry Farrell.


Dukat's likeness Edit

Dukat prophet

A Prophet posing as Dukat

This Prophet taking on the likeness of Dukat was present when Benjamin Sisko was pulled into the realm of the Prophets in 2374, as he was about to attack a Dominion fleet passing through the Bajoran wormhole, which would mean his death. The wormhole alien stated that Sisko desired to end the game, but that the game must continue. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

The wormhole alien was played by Marc Alaimo.


Emi's likeness Edit

Emi Prophet

A Prophet posing as Emi

This Prophet taking on the likeness of Emi was present when Quark entered the wormhole in 2371 to find out what had happened to Zek. The wormhole alien told Quark that they were aware of Zek and that he was dangerous because of his desire for profit. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

The wormhole alien was played by Juliana Donald.


Kira Nerys' likeness Edit

This Prophet taking on the likeness of Kira Nerys appeared several times when the wormhole aliens made contact with different humanoid species.

When Quark entered the wormhole in 2371 to find out what had happened to Zek, this wormhole alien, in disdain, said "Another one". The wormhole aliens informed Quark that they found Zek to be adversarial and aggressive. They had therefore changed Zek into a more peaceful state where profit meant nothing. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

After Akorem Laan had briefly assumed the role of Emissary of the Prophets in 2372 and reinstated the d'jarras , this wormhole alien told Akorem that the d'jarras were in the past, which Sisko had taught them meant that it was no more; it also explained that they had sent Akorem into the future for the Sisko who was their Emissary. (DS9: "Accession")

The Kira Nerys Prophet agreed that Sisko should not end the game and sacrifice himself and his crew in an attempt to stop a Dominion fleet from entering the Alpha Quadrant in 2374. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

This wormhole alien again appeared to Benjamin Sisko in 2374 in a vision regarding the upcoming Reckoning. (DS9: "The Reckoning")

The wormhole alien was played by Nana Visitor.

Kira Nerys' possessor Edit

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A Prophet possessing Kira Nerys

This Prophet which possessed Kira Nerys did so during the Reckoning, which was a battle that took place between a Prophet and a Pah-wraith, possessing Jake Sisko, on the Promenade of Deep Space 9. This Prophet was about to defeat its opponent, when it was driven out of Kira's body by chronitons. (DS9: "The Reckoning")

The wormhole alien was played by Nana Visitor.


Letant's likeness Edit

Letant prophet, 2374

A Prophet posing as Letant

This Prophet taking on the likeness of Romulan Senator Letant appeared to Benjamin Sisko in late 2374, telling him not to leave Deep Space 9 to attack the Chin'toka system. (DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")

The wormhole alien was played by David Birney.


Locutus of Borg's likeness Edit

Locutus Prophet

A Prophet posing as Locutus of Borg

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Locutus of Borg was one of the wormhole aliens Sisko encountered when he first entered the Bajoran wormhole in 2369. He wanted to kill Sisko because he found him inferior. (DS9: "Emissary")

The wormhole alien was played by Patrick Stewart.


Maihar'du's likeness Edit

Maihar'du Prophet

A Prophet posing as Maihar'du

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Maihar'du was present when Quark entered the wormhole in 2371 to find out what had happened to Zek. The wormhole alien asked why Quark was there. He also told Quark that Zek was adversarial because he valued profit above all else, stating that Zek had said that there was nothing wrong in acquiring profit. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

The wormhole alien was played by Tiny Ron.


Martok's likeness Edit

Martok prophet, 2374

A Prophet posing as Martok

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Klingon General Martok appeared to Benjamin Sisko in late 2374, telling him not to leave Deep Space 9 to attack the Chin'toka system. (DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")

The wormhole alien was played by J.G. Hertzler.


Morn's likeness Edit

(DS9: "Prophet Motive")

Played by Mark Allen Shepherd.

Odo's likeness Edit

This Prophet taking on the likeness of Odo suggested that Akorem Laan be returned to his own time, which was two hundred years in the past, after he discovered that he was not the Emissary of the Prophets. (DS9: "Accession")

This alien was present when the Prophets refused to let Sisko sacrifice his life to save the Alpha Quadrant from Dominion reinforcements. The alien told Sisko that the game must not end. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

The wormhole alien was played by Rene Auberjonois.

Opaka's likeness Edit

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A Prophet posing as Opaka

This Prophet taking on the likeness of Kai Opaka was one of the first wormhole aliens Sisko encountered when he entered the Bajoran wormhole. (DS9: "Emissary")

This Prophet later appeared to Bareil Antos in an orb experience regarding the election of the new Kai. (DS9: "The Collaborator")

The wormhole alien was played by Camille Saviola.


Jean-Luc Picard's likeness Edit

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An unnamed prophet

This Prophet taking on the likeness of Jean-Luc Picard was encountered by Sisko. The alien told Sisko that they sought contact with other lifeforms, but did not consider him worthy, since he was corporeal, and relied on crude linguistics for communication. The aliens discussed destroying the intruder. In order to prove he meant no harm, he offered to allow the aliens to share his experiences and his past. (DS9: "Emissary")

The wormhole alien was played by Patrick Stewart.


Porta's likeness Edit

Porta prophet

A prophet in Porta's likeness

This prophet in the likeness of Vedek Porta was present when Akorem Laan and Benjamin Sisko returned to the wormhole in 2372 to ask the Prophets who of them was their true Emissary. (DS9: "Accession")

Like Porta, this Prophet was played by Robert Symonds.


Rom's likeness Edit

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Rom whose image was used by the Prophets

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Rom was present when Quark entered the wormhole to find out what happened to Zek. The alien asked if Benjamin Sisko had sent him and told Quark that Zek wanted to know the outcome of the game before it was played. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

The wormhole alien was played by Max Grodénchik.


William Ross's likeness Edit

Ross prophet, 2374

A wormhole alien posing as Admiral Ross

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Admiral William Ross appeared to Benjamin Sisko in late 2374, telling him not to leave Deep Space 9 to attack the Chin'toka system. (DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")

The wormhole alien was played by Barry Jenner.


Saratoga captain's likeness Edit

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Prophet as Vulcan captain

The Prophet taking on the likeness of the Saratoga's captain confronted Benjamin Sisko when a Cardassian ship entered into the wormhole. He could not understand that Humans accepted consequences for their actions, but did not know what the consequences would be. (DS9: "Emissary")

The alien was played by J.G. Hertzler.


Saratoga flight controller's likeness Edit

The Prophet taking on the likeness of the Saratoga's flight controller confronted Benjamin Sisko when a Cardassian ship entered into the wormhole. She stated that humanoid linear nature was destructive. (DS9: "Emissary")

The alien was played by Cassandra Byram.


Saratoga operations manager's likeness Edit

The Prophet taking on the likeness of the Saratoga's operations manager, alarmed that another ship had entered the wormhole, told Benjamin Sisko that he had no regard for the consequences of his actions. (DS9: "Emissary")

The alien was played by Lily Mariye.


Saratoga tactical officer's likeness Edit

(DS9: "Emissary")

Played by Stephen Davies.

Benjamin Sisko's likeness Edit

Sisko prophet

A Prophet appearing as Sisko

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Benjamin Sisko was present when Quark entered the wormhole to find out what the Prophets had done to Zek. The alien stated that the Sisko had taught them about linear time and that Zek wanted to know the future to gain an advantage in business, which was out of linear time. The aliens therefore de-evolved Zek back to a purer state. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

The alien was played by Avery Brooks.


Jake Sisko's likeness Edit

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Jake Sisko was first encountered by Benjamin Sisko when he discovered the Bajoran wormhole. The Prophets used images from the past and present to communicate with Sisko. This Prophet asked what Sisko was and where his race came from. (DS9: "Emissary")

Later this alien along with the others refused to allow Sisko to sacrifice his life in an attempt to stop a Dominion fleet from entering the Alpha Quadrant. He said that a penance would be exacted from Sisko for his attempt to end the game. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

The wormhole alien was played by Cirroc Lofton.


Jennifer Sisko's likeness Edit

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Sisko watches his memories unfold as he tries to explain linear time

Sisko tried to explain linear time to the Prophet in the likeness of Jennifer Sisko by using his memories. He showed the alien a time when he and Jennifer were sharing a picnic. The alien mentioned that Jennifer was a part of Sisko's existence, but Sisko told them that in linear time, people were unable to go back to the past, and that when something was lost it was gone forever. The alien believed that Sisko was deceiving them.

The alien brought him back to the time of Jennifer's death and told him he existed there. Sisko confessed he never got over losing her. The alien helped Sisko realize that Jennifer was gone and he had to let her go and leave the trauma of his wife's death behind him. (DS9: "Emissary")

The prophet was played by Felecia M. Bell.


Sarah Sisko's likeness Edit

Sarah Sisko Prophet

"Sarah Sisko" appears in a vision

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Sarah Sisko took control of her and forced her to give birth to the Emissary. (DS9: "Image in the Sand")

The Prophet who had taken possession of Sarah's body later took her appearance when communicating with Benjamin Sisko. Notably, unlike the other Prophets she tended to call Sisko "my son", rather than "the Sisko." She also showed him tenderness, more so than any other member of her race.

In 2375, she contacted him in order for him to release the Prophets who had been imprisoned by a Pah-wraith. She revealed the existence of the Orb of the Emissary on the planet Tyree. Ben located the Orb and, upon opening it, released a Prophet, who cast the Pah-wraith from their home in the Bajoran wormhole. (DS9: "Shadows and Symbols")

The Prophet took Sarah's appearance later that same year in an attempt to talk Sisko out of marrying Kasidy Yates. Sarah was convinced that, if he went through with the marriage, he would "know nothing but sorrow." Despite her warnings, Benjamin went through with the wedding. (DS9: "Penumbra", "'Til Death Do Us Part")

The Sarah Prophet ultimately greeted Benjamin in the Celestial Temple after he had fulfilled his destiny and defeated the Pah-wraiths, but at the cost of losing his corporeal form. Sarah informed Sisko that his task was complete and that he must rest. And, that his greatest challenge was not in front of him but behind him. Nevertheless, Sisko promised Kasidy – pregnant with his child – that he would return. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

Sarah Sisko was played by actress Deborah Lacey.


Weyoun's likeness Edit

Weyoun prophet

A wormhole alien posing as Weyoun

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Weyoun said that Sisko wished to shed his corporeal existence after Sisko was pulled into the realm of the Prophets, as he was going to sacrifice his life by attacking a Jem'Hadar fleet coming from the Gamma Quadrant. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

The wormhole alien was played by Jeffrey Combs.


Worf's likeness Edit

Worf prophet, 2374

An unnamed Prophet

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Worf was one of the Prophets that warned Benjamin Sisko not to leave the station to attack the Chin'toka system. (DS9: "Tears of the Prophets")

The prophet was played by Michael Dorn.


Zek's likeness Edit

Zek Prophet

Zek-Prophet

The Prophet taking on the likeness of Zek was present when Quark entered the wormhole to find out what had happened to his Zek.

The alien told Quark that they were aware of Zek and that he was dangerous because of his desire for profit. (DS9: "Prophet Motive")

The wormhole alien was played by Wallace Shawn.