The following is a list of unnamed Xindi.

Xindi AquaticsEdit

Xindi-Aquatic buildersEdit

A number of Xindi-Aquatics were seen to be working on the Xindi weapon on Azati Prime shortly before its launch. (ENT: "Azati Prime")

Xindi-Aquatic councilorEdit

Second Xindi Aquatic Countdown

A Xindi-Aquatic male (2153)

The Xindi-Aquatic councilor was the male member of the Aquatic representation on the Xindi Council, serving alongside his female counterpart Kiaphet Amman'sor. He told Jonathan Archer that, although his evidence of the Sphere-Builders' plot to destroy the Human race and take over the Delphic Expanse was compelling, it was inconclusive. He further told Archer that the Reptilian capture of Hoshi Sato would not hasten their decision on whether they should help in stopping the launch of the Xindi weapon. (ENT: "Countdown")

The Xindi-Aquatic councilor was portrayed using CGI.
The novel Last Full Measure calls him Qam.


Xindi-Arboreal 1Edit

This Xindi-Arboreal was a production worker at Gralik's kemocite facility. (ENT: "The Shipment")

This Xindi-Arboreal was played by Clynell Jackson III.

Xindi-Arboreal 2Edit

Xindi-Arboreal 2, The Shipment

Xindi-Arboreal production worker

The Arboreal #2 was an associate of Gralik's at the kemocite production facility. When Gralik stated that the last production of kemocite was impure, the Arboreal explained that a ruptured shield had caused the problem. He met with Degra when Gralik could not be found. (ENT: "The Shipment")

This Xindi-Arboreal was played by Jack Alsted.

Xindi-Arboreal 3Edit

Xindi-Arboreal 3, The Shipment

Xindi-Arboreal production worker

The Arboreal #3 was an associate of Gralik's at the kemocite production facility. When ordered to increase production by sixty percent, he complained that Degra was demanding too much. He was informed by Gralik, the head of the facility, that it was his job to make kemocite, not comment on policy. (ENT: "The Shipment")

This Xindi-Arboreal was played by Sam Witwer.

Xindi-Arboreal 4Edit

This Xindi-Arboreal was a production worker at Gralik's kemocite facility. (ENT: "The Shipment")

This Xindi-Arboreal was played by Louis Ortiz.

Xindi-Arboreal from databaseEdit

Database Xindi

Xindi seen in a captured database

A picture of a Xindi-Arboreal was included in a database retrieved from a Xindi ship by Osaarian pirates, and later by Enterprise. (ENT: "Extinction")

Xindi-Arboreal pilotEdit

Xindi Arboreal pilot

An infected Xindi-Arboreal pilot

The Xindi-Arboreal pilot landed on the Loque'eque homeworld in 2153 and was infected with the mutagenic virus. He was hunted down by some decon agents who stopped him and exterminated him. (ENT: "Extinction")

The Xindi-Arboreal pilot was played by stunt actor Kiante Elam, who received no on-screen credit for his appearance.


Xindi-Avian Edit


Skull of a Xindi-Avian

The skull of this Xindi-Avian was kept at the Avian fortress used by the Xindi Council. (ENT: "The Council")


Xindi-Insectoid AideEdit

The Xindi-Insectoid aide was one of two representatives on the Xindi Council. When Captain Jonathan Archer came before the Council, the aide was angry that a Human was allowed to appear before them, and did not believe Archer's evidence that the council was being manipulated by the Sphere-Builders. The aide joined the Reptilians in resigning from the council and stealing the Xindi weapon. (ENT: "The Council")

The Xindi-Insectoid aide was played by an unknown actor.

Xindi-Insectoid CouncilorEdit


One of the Insectoid representatives on the Xindi Council

The Xindi-Insectoid councilor was the representative of its species on the Xindi Council. Its name was very long, because of its advanced age, and could be difficult for non-Insectoids to pronounce.

The Insectoid councilor often agreed with Commander Dolim during Council debates, urging quick and decisive action against the Human threat. It was very worried about the presence of Enterprise NX-01 in Xindi space, fearing that vessel was the first of a hundred ships coming to invade. The councilor recommended that Enterprise be destroyed, and threatened to annihilate the ship without the Council's approval, if the Xindi weapon was not finished quickly. (ENT: "The Xindi")

Like Dolim, the Insectoid councilor favored alternatives to the weapon being developed by Degra, such as a bio-weapon. However, the Council overruled its and Dolim's proposal. (ENT: "Rajiin")

When Captain Jonathan Archer came before the Council in February of 2154 to persuade them to stop the launch of the weapon, the Insectoid councilor was unconvinced. Worried that the rest of the Council would stop the launch of the weapon, it assisted Dolim in stealing the weapon. However, when spatial anomalies were used by the Guardians to protect the weapon during battle, it began to realize there was some truth in Archer's assertions that the Guardians and the Sphere-Builders were one and the same. When the councilor confronted Dolim with its suppositions, Dolim destroyed its ship. (ENT: "The Council", "Countdown")

The novelization of ENT: "The Expanse" and "The Xindi" (entitled The Expanse) refers to the Insectoid councilor by the name of "Shresht".
The Xindi-Insectoid councilor also appeared in ENT: "Proving Ground". Like all Xindi-Insectoids, the councilor was a computer-generated character. However, Tarik Ergin was used as a stand-in for council scenes, to read the lines and perform the movements as points of reference that animators later mimicked.

Xindi-Insectoid HatchlingEdit

Xindi-Insectoid hatchling

Archer examines a dead hatchling

A dead Xindi-Insectoid hatchling was discovered by the Enterprise crew on a derelict Xindi-Insectoid ship in 2153. Jonathan Archer was contaminated by a neurotoxin produced by Xindi-Insectoid eggs, which caused him to care for the eggs like a Xindi-Insectoid. (ENT: "Hatchery")

Xindi-Insectoid SoldierEdit

Xindi Insectoid rifle

The Xindi-Insectoid soldier

The Xindi-Insectoid soldier was part of the boarding party that attacked Enterprise NX-01 to take Rajiin with them, so they could use her biometric scans of the crew to construct a bio-weapon. The Insectoid soldier fired an energy weapon that knocked MACO G. Austin to the ground. However, after Malcolm Reed hurled a stun grenade toward the Insectoid, the soldier was driven back, quickly hiding behind a corner just before the explosive device detonated. (ENT: "Rajiin")

The Xindi-Insectoid soldier was played by an unknown actor.
As evidenced by the final draft script of "Rajiin", the Insectoid soldier was scripted to be blasted by the stun grenade thrown by Reed, then scurry behind a corner, rather than hiding prior to the detonation.


Xindi-Primate CrewmanEdit

Degras ship bridge

Degra, Thalen, and unnamed crewman

A Xindi-Primate Crewman was kidnapped along with Degra and Thalen by Jonathan Archer in an attempt to trick Degra into revealing the location of the Xindi weapon.

In 2153, he assisted Degra in testing the second prototype of the Xindi weapon in the Calindra system. (ENT: "Stratagem", "Proving Ground")

The Xindi-Primate crewman was played by an unknown actor.
In the final draft script of "Stratagem", this character was referred to (once) as a female.

Xindi-Primate CouncilorEdit

Xindi-Primate councilor

The councilor in 2154

The Xindi-Primate councilor was one of the representatives of his race on the Xindi Council; he was a colleague to Degra.

When Enterprise first entered the Delphic Expanse on its search for the Xindi weapon, he speculated the starship's presence might be a coincidence, but nevertheless suggested that Commander Dolim use his contacts to gather all the information he could about the Humans. (ENT: "The Xindi")

In ultimately unused dialogue from the final draft script of "The Xindi", this Xindi councilor even went as far as to suggest that Enterprise might not be from Earth.

He voted against the development of the Xindi bio-weapon, because there was not enough information available on the Humans to make it feasible. When Commander Dolim acquired that information through Rajiin's infiltration of Enterprise, he worried that the Xindi had been exposed to the Humans. (ENT: "Rajiin")

When Captain Jonathan Archer approached the Council (claiming that the Xindi were being lied to and that Humans were not a threat to the Xindi), he was unconvinced. He was especially suspicious of the fact that Archer attempted a diplomatic solution only after he failed to blow up the weapon with photonic torpedoes. He was wary of bringing Archer before the full Council, recognizing that the Council was fractured enough as it was. (ENT: "Azati Prime", "")

However, once Degra was murdered by Dolim, the councilor moved to assist Jannar in supporting Archer. He said that, though he had argued with Degra many times, only a fool would ignore him when he spoke. If Degra believed that Humans and Xindi had a future together, he would support that vision. The councilor committed Primate forces to the battle to stop the launch of the Xindi weapon. He also crewed Degra's shuttle, when Archer used it to go after the weapon in the subspace vortex. (ENT: "The Council", "Countdown", "Zero Hour")

The Xindi-Primate councilor was played by Tucker Smallwood. According to Smallwood, he took it upon himself to name this councilor, in a light-hearted in-joke reference, to the celebrity Deepak Chopra. As such, he signs his autographs of this character as "Depac". [1]
The makeup involved in playing this character was, in Tucker Smallwood's own words, "considerably more make-up than I've ever before experienced." Smallwood found the Xindi-Primate makeup so tight around his eyes that it caused an issue with trying to read the dialogue he was given. "I have to type up my sides in 14pt bold," he said at the time, "apparently I can no longer squint to focus in make-up." [2] He later explained, "A pore near my eye became clogged with the paint but I was unwilling to miss being available. I liked my character, I liked my co-stars. Long story short, by season's end, my left tear duct was chronically clogged and subsequent surgeries were unsuccessful." ( The Star Trek Interviews)
The novelization of ENT: "The Expanse" and "The Xindi" (entitled The Expanse) gives this character the name of "Mallora". [3](X)

Other appearances Edit


Xindi-Reptilian AideEdit

Thermal chamber

Aide reports destruction of Reptilian ship

The Xindi-Reptilian aide informed Dolim that a Reptilian ship was destroyed and its debris found. Degra destroyed the Reptilian ship when it tried to stop him from taking Jonathan Archer to the Xindi Council. (ENT: "The Council")

The Xindi-Reptilian aide was played by an unknown actor.

Xindi-Reptilian Boarding PartyEdit

Xindi-Reptilian boarding party

The Xindi-Reptilian boarding party

The Xindi-Reptilian boarding party of about fifteen soldiers attacked Enterprise NX-01 in order to take Rajiin away with them so that they could use her biometric scans to construct a bio-weapon. Three of the warriors were shot by MACOs, three others fired a jelly-like substance that incapacitated crewmen, and another fought hand-to-hand with Captain Archer while two others broke Rajiin out of the brig. The Xindi-Reptilian left behind on the ship committed suicide rather than be captured alive. (ENT: "Rajiin")

They were played by unknown actors.

Xindi-Reptilian CaptainEdit

Reptilian Captain

The Reptilian captain, shortly before his death

The Reptilian captain commanded a Xindi-Reptilian warship that intercepted Enterprise NX-01 as it was attempting to dock with Degra's ship to meet with Degra and Jannar to prove to them that they were being manipulated by the Sphere-Builders. The captain demanded that Degra dock with him, so he could destroy Enterprise. Degra, however, sided with Archer and destroyed the Reptilian ship. (ENT: "The Forgotten")

The Reptilian captain was played by Bob Morrisey.

Xindi-Reptilian CommanderEdit

Xindi-Reptilian Commander, The Shipment

Reptilian commander

The Reptilian commander, along with Degra, was in charge of obtaining enough kemocite from the Xindi-Arboreals for a test of the Xindi weapon. When he arrived at the kemocite production facility, he complained that the Arboreals were lazy creatures. When Gralik, the head of the facility, could not be found, he sent automated seekers to find him. (ENT: "The Shipment")

The Reptilian commander was played by John Eddins.

Xindi-Reptilian CouncilorEdit

Council Reptilian

Xindi-Reptilian Councilor

The Xindi-Reptilian Councilor was a member of the Xindi Council who participated in a discussion about the arrival of Enterprise NX-01 in the Delphic Expanse. The Xindi-Reptilians and Xindi-Insectoids believed it was the beginning of an invasion. (ENT: "The Xindi", "Exile")

The Xindi-Reptilian Councilor was played by an unknown actor.

Xindi-Reptilian CrewmanEdit

The Xindi-Reptilian crewman was with Dolim during the launch of the Xindi weapon. He was among the Reptilians killed when Dolim's ship was destroyed. (ENT: "Zero Hour")

The Xindi-Reptilian crewman was played by actor Shawn Crowder.

Xindi-Reptilian Guard 1Edit

Xindi reptilian tom morga

Xindi-Reptilian soldier

This Xindi-Reptilian guard accompanied Damron back to Earth during the year 2004, in order to test a bio-weapon on 21st century Humans. He was killed by Archer and T'Pol, who foiled the plot. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

This Xindi-Reptilian guard was played by regular stunt actor Tom Morga.

Xindi-Reptilian Guard 2Edit

This Xindi-Reptilian guard accompanied Damron back to Earth during the year 2004, in order to test a bio-weapon on 21st century Humans. He was killed by Jonathan Archer, in the building where the Xindi were conducting their experiments, when Archer destroyed their temporal beacon, which prevented them from bringing back what they had collected so far. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

This Xindi-Reptilian guard was played by an unknown actor.
This guard might have been played by the stunt performer Jacob Chambers.(Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., vol. 1, p. 179)

Xindi-Reptilian InterrogatorEdit

The Xindi-Reptilian interrogator was one of the guards with Dolim when Jonathan Archer was captured and questioned. (ENT: "Azati Prime")

The Xindi-Reptilian interrogator was played by Scott L. Treger.

Xindi-Reptilian LieutenantEdit

Xindi-Reptilian lieutenant

A Xindi-Reptilian lieutenant in 2154

The Xindi-Reptilian lieutenant questioned the intentions of the Sphere-Builders, during the operation to launch the Xindi weapon to destroy Earth. Commander Dolim told him that, if he ever again questioned him or the Sphere-Builders, the lieutenant's skin would adorn Dolim's ship. He later commanded the team that supervised the arming of the Xindi weapon. When the weapon was stormed by Enterprise personnel, the lieutenant was killed by Lieutenant Reed. (ENT: "The Council", "Countdown", "Zero Hour")

The Xindi-Reptilian lieutenant was played by Andrew Borba.

Xindi-Reptilian PilotEdit

Xindi Reptilian, The expanse

The frozen corpse of a Xindi-Reptilian pilot

The Xindi-Reptilian pilot was a military officer and a member of Commander Dolim's regiment. He was selected by Dolim to pilot a one-man, destructive Xindi probe on a mission to attack Earth. (ENT: "Azati Prime") In order to reach the planet, the pilot journeyed through a subspace vortex, bypassing Starfleet and the defense grid. After exiting the vortex in Earth's orbit, he successfully completed his mission, using the probe to carve a swath of destruction from Florida to Venezuela, while transmitting telemetry back to the Xindi Council. The pilot subsequently set the probe to self-destruct.

However, his deceased body accompanied debris from the probe on a journey to Central Asia, where it was recovered by a Vulcan transport and then placed in cold storage by Starfleet. The pilot's corpse was Starfleet's first indication of how the Xindi looked and was seen by Captain Archer, before he, as commander of the NX-class Enterprise, led a search for the Xindi species. (ENT: "The Expanse") After being captured by the Xindi, Archer was interrogated by Dolim and learned that the Xindi commander believed the pilot's name would "go down in history," and would be "spoken with reverence, a testament to the superiority of the cold-blooded." (ENT: "Azati Prime")

In the final draft script of "The Expanse", the Xindi-Reptilian corpse was described as "CHARRED ALIEN REMAINS – the twisted corpse has animalistic features and wears heavy armor. It's a terrifying sight."
The pilot was actually a mannequin made of a sturdy molded foam rubber, built around an internal framework. The mannequin's uniform was a reuse of a charred uniform worn by one of The Albino's guards in DS9: "Blood Oath". [4]
The novelization of "The Expanse" and "The Xindi" (entitled The Expanse) describes this Xindi warrior as being "of his culture's highest class." However, the same book also refers to the pilot's corpse as "so badly scorched its features had caved inward," though this is not true of his appearance in the episode.

Xindi-Reptilian Soldier 1Edit

Xindi-Reptilian Soldier

A Xindi-Reptilian soldier in 2154

This Xindi-Reptilian soldier was with Dolim during the launch of the Xindi weapon and abduction of Hoshi Sato. Dolim wished to use Sato's talents to decode the other Xindi's launch codes. The soldier commented that she was strong-willed for a primate. He was apparently among the Reptilians killed when Dolim's ship was destroyed by the Kumari. (ENT: "The Council", "Countdown", "Zero Hour")

This Xindi-Reptilian soldier was played by Bruce Thomas.

Xindi-Reptilian Soldier 2Edit

Xindi Reptilian soldier 2

A Xindi-Reptilain soldier

In an alternate timeline, this Xindi-Reptilian soldier boarded – among other Xindi – Enterprise and shot at Jonathan Archer, near the ship's warp core. Archer was able to initialize the subspace implosion, shortly before he died. (ENT: "Twilight")

This Xindi-Reptilian soldier was played by regular extra Marti Matulis, who received no on-screen credit for his appearance.

Xindi-Reptilian SoldiersEdit

Xindi-Reptilian soldiers, in an alternate timeline, boarded Enterprise in order to destroy what was left of the Human race. As Jonathan Archer, T'Pol, and Phlox worked at the warp core to set up a catastrophic subspace implosion to restore the timeline, the Xindi soldiers killed Phlox and T'Pol. Archer was also shot, but after stabbing one of the Xindi, he managed to initiate the subspace implosion before he died and thereby restored the timeline. (ENT: "Twilight")

Two of these Xindi-Reptilian soldiers were played by Joey Anaya and John Jurgens, whereas the rest were portrayed by unknown actors.

Xindi-Reptilian TechnicianEdit

Xindi-Reptilian technician

Reptilian technician

The Xindi-Reptilian technician, with the rank of lieutenant, was responsible for getting the Xindi weapon underway.

He was ordered, by Commander Dolim, to watch Hoshi Sato, as she was working to decrypt the Xindi-Aquatics' activation code for the weapon. When it was revealed that Sato was still resisting their attempts to decrypt the sequence, this technician discovered that she had actually added an additional decryption layer to it. Once Sato became more cooperative and able to get the third activation code decrypted, the technician continued to work on getting the weapon armed. (ENT: "Countdown")

The Xindi-Reptilian technician was played by Paul Dean. He was presumably later killed in during the firefight with Enterprise personnel or when Dolim's ship was destroyed by the Andorian battle cruiser Kumari.


Enterprise-J crewmember Edit

In a possible 26th century, at least one Xindi served on board the USS Enterprise-J. Temporal Agent Daniels gave the initiation medal of this crewmember to Captain Jonathan Archer. (ENT: "Azati Prime")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

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