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Future Guy is a nickname given to an unknown Temporal agent presumably from the 29th century, who was a participant in the Temporal Cold War. He was the unknown benefactor of the Suliban Cabal in the 22nd century, manipulating them with the intent of altering history to their benefit.

He was never seen actually traveling back through time, but rather projected a blurry image of himself, possibly a Hologram, back in time to communicate with the Suliban.

His identity, species, and affiliation are as yet unknown. (ENT episode: "Broken Bow")

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Future Guy

"Future Guy" (also known as the humanoid figure) was a mysterious individual who was the leader of a faction in the Temporal Cold War.

Future Guy was the leader of a faction in the 29th century and lead a fleet of starships back in time to invade 2387 in aid of altering the future for his own obsession with galactic conquest. However, the Battle of Beta Frontier was won by the Federation. Future Guy, having somehow survived the battle, returned to his time where he made the decision to make changes even further back into the 22nd century. (Star Trek: Pioneer (PNR): "Destiny Of Freedom")

He rebuilt his faction (partly made up of survivors of the Battle of Beta Frontier) intent on changing the 22nd century to suit his needs. Unfortunately for him however, minor changes in the 24th century timeline caused by the invasion meant that he had the technology only to communicate through time, not travel through it. He allied himself with the Suliban Cabal who acted as his agents in that time period. (ENT: "Cold Front"; Star Trek: Pioneer (PNR))

The USS Pioneer once again encountered him later in 2387 where it eventually became clear he had given technology to the Sentrath to travel to the Gateway system and destroy Starfleet. His plan was again foiled and his name was learned: Braxton. (Star Trek: Pioneer (PNR): "Time's Legacy")

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Other fan fiction continuities

Tom Marvolo Riddle, also known as "Voldemort."
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Harry Potter and the Return of James T. Kirk

In Harry Potter and the Return of James T. Kirk, Future Guy's identity is revealed as Voldemort, the man who killed the parents of Harry Potter as part of a reign of terror which culminated with Voldemort's death in the Battle of Sagittarius IX.

Star Trek: Lambda Paz

The "Future Guy" with whom Jonathan Archer and his crew had repeated encounters had at least one cohort who communicated through time with proxy agents from the past. One of them secured the assistance of Sindareen pirate Tor Vot in the 24th century. Tor Vot, hoping to raise his people out of economic ruin, forwarded tactical information to the Dominion provided by this benefactor in exchange for new riches. Such riches included the cormaline deposits on Makar VI.

This Future Guy had the ability to send a pair of starships back through time using the principle of folded-space transport. The major limitation of this time travel approach was that the ships were quickly pulled back into their native time period. For that reason, the "Death star's" strategy was to attack a Starfleet ship to slow it down to turn major battles in the Dominion War, won by the Federation Alliance, in the Dominion's favor. (" The Tides of War, Part I")

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