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Ensign Malak served aboard the USS Enterprise-E in 2379. He was a junior officer in the top tenth percentile on his evaluation reports. After the Rashanar incident, Malak requested a transfer off the ship. However, he did not end up transferring. (TNG novel: A Time for War, A Time for Peace)


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Final Fantasy

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Marach Galthena
Sprite(s) Marach's in-game sprite
Japanese マラーク・ガルテナーハ
Romaji Marāku Garutenāha
Age 19
Gender Male
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Voice actor(s)
Job Class Netherseer
Affiliation Loyal to Barrington
Final Fantasy Tactics Character
"Nether Mantra deals great damage to those of little Faith. Believe and you shall be saved!"
—Marach Galthena

Marach Galthena, also known as Malak Galthana, is a character from Final Fantasy Tactics. His rare Nether Mantra is exploited by Grand Duke Barrington as well as his sister Rapha's Sky Mantra.

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Story

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Life Under Barrington

Shortly after Marach was born, Grand Duke Barrington came to his village in order to take the two children to use their powers for his purposes. When the village leaders would not cooperate, Barrington had the village razed, and kidnapped the children. Marach grew up thinking that Barrington has saved him and Rapha from their village, and felt indebted, joined the Khamja, an elite assassination team, in the Fifty Years' War. During Marach's service under Barrington, he was unaware of his master's cruel treatment of Rapha which eventually culminated in Barrington raping her. Rapha tried to convince Marach of what was going on, but Marach refused to believe it.

Tension With Rapha

One day, Marach came across Isilud Tengille who had kidnapped Alma Beoulve. He captured Isilud and took him and his prisoner to Barrington's stronghold of Riovanes Castle. Barrington sent word to Isilud's father Folmarv Tengille, leader of the Church of Glabados Knights Templar, indicating that he wanted to meet with Folmarv. He then assigned Marach to deal with Alma's brother Ramza. Marach informed Ramza that Alma was being held at Riovanes Castle and then set a trap for him at a town along the road. Rapha was supposed to help him, but as Ramza approached, Rapha once again tried to convince Marach of the truth.

Again, Marach refused to listen, and when Ramza arrived, Rapha defected. Marach and the Riovanes soldiers attacked both Ramza and Rapha, but Ramza drove them off. Marach then returned to Riovanes Castle, and was there when Formarv arrived. Marach brought Isilud out and watched as Folmarv struck him across the face. Then, word arrived that Ramza was approaching the castle, and Barrington sent Marach to deal with him. At the castle entrance, Marach once again engaged Ramza and Rapha in battle. During the battle, Rapha realized she could not convince Marach of the truth and teleported away. Marach followed suit.

Battle on the Roof

Rapha confronted Barrington atop the roof of the castle. Marach listened in unseen as Rapha levied her accusations against Barrington and aimed her weapon at him. Fear prevented her from firing, and Barrington gloated at what appeared to be an easy victory, revealing what he did to her. Marach, realizing the truth, made his presence known and demanded to know if what he had just heard was true. Barrington pulled a gun and fired at Rapha, but Marach knocked her out of the way, taking the bullet himself.

Suddenly, Barrington was thrown off the roof by the Ultima Demon Lettie disguised as a human girl, and a battle erupted between Ramza's forces and those of Marquis Elmdore. Ramza was victorious, and following the battle, Rapha mourned the loss of her brother. The Taurus Zodiac Stone suddenly reacted, but rather then turning Marach into a Lucavi, it revived him. After searching the castle for Alma, the group realized that she was now in the hands of Folmarv, and Marach joined Ramza on his quest to rescue his sister.


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Runescape

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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Malak
File:Malak2.png
Release date Unknown edit
Race Vampyre
Members NPC? Yes
Quest NPC? Yes - Desert Treasure
Location Canifis
Sells items? No
Skill requirement? No
Quest requirement? Yes
Gender Male
Examine One of Morytania's vampiric nobility.
Notable features Collects blood tithes for Lord Drakan.

Malak is a noble vampyre who can be found in the Hair and the Dog Inn in Canifis.

He plays an important role in the quest Desert Treasure. He informs that player that Dessous is the owner of the Blood Diamond and teaches the player how to kill him. He fills the player's silver pot with their own blood, which is used to weaken Dessous after being contaminated with garlic and blessed by Saradomin. He comes to a mutual agreement with the player to kill Dessous as it would mean that he has one less rival vampyre lord. He is aware of and immune to the influence of the Ring of charos.

Trivia

  • In Arabic, Malak translates as "angel".
  • He is wearing a Cape of Legends.
  • Malak wears a white legends cape now, some time ago he wore a black one.
  • Malak is similar to "Mal'ach" which is the name of the Devil in the book Paradise Lost.
  • Malak also shares his name with the character Darth Malak, who is the main antagonist of the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.

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ST Expanded

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Star Trek: Swiftfire

This page lists Starfleet personnel from Star Trek: Swiftfire. Each of the following entries is specific to Star Trek: Swiftfire continuity.

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USS Swiftfire-A personnel

see USS Swiftfire (NCC-76125-A) personnel.

Special Operations Command personnel

Biggs

"Biggs" was the nickname of an SOC pilot that took part in the operation to gather intelligence on the Jem'Hadar battleship. ("A Dreadful Operation")

Alec Cushing

Alec Cushing was the captain of the USS Devastator. He oversaw the capture of a Karemma starship, later named Aeneid, for the mission to infiltrate the Val'toka II shipyards. He then shadowed the operation as backup before transporting the Starfleet Marines and fighter pilots from the USS Swiftfire-A to Deep Space 9. ("A Dreadful Operation")

Karl Dunning

Karl Dunning was a Human SOC officer. He infiltrated a Galor-class warship to rescue Lieutenant Terri Letac, who had been captured by the Dominion. During the mission he operated off the USS Hector. ("Always on My Mind")

Lazenie

Colonel Lazenie was a Federation Special Operations Command (SOC) operative from the 24th century. ("The Founder Ploy")

Page

Lieutenant Page was a male SOC officer. Originally serving with the Starfleet Rapid Response Team he joined SOC two months before the operation to infiltrate the Val'toka II shipyards. ("A Dreadful Operation")

Porkins

"Porkins" was the nickname of an SOC pilot that took part in the operation to gather intelligence on the Jem'Hadar battleship. ("A Dreadful Operation")

Pratt

Pratt was a Human SOC member. He took part in the mission to capture the Female Changeling and after Rua was killed he took his teammate's body back to their shuttle. Later that year he was also part of the squad that was sent to gather intelligence on the Jem'Hadar battleship. He pretended to be a Cardassian officer and relayed misleading information to the shipyards control centre during the theft of a Jem'Hadar dreadnought. ("The Founder Ploy", "A Dreadful Operation")

Angrad Ress

Angrad Ress, also called Wedge, was a Devanion SOC pilot that took part in the operation to gather intelligence on the Jem'Hadar battleship. Wing Commander Maxine Benton was his weapons' operator during the mission. ("A Dreadful Operation")

Rua

Rua was a Betazoid SOC member. He was killed by the Jem'Hadar during a mission to capture the Female Changeling in 2374. ("The Founder Ploy")

Starfleet Task Force 59 personnel

Megan Amphlett

Megan Amphlett was a Farian Starfleet officer and commanding officer of the USS Renown. ("Change in Command")

Andrea Barrett

Captain Andrea Barrett was the commanding officer of the USS Covington during the Dominion War. ("Waiting for the Sun")

Jennifer Douglas

Jennifer Douglas was a Starfleet rear admiral from the 24th century. She commanded the USS Venture and Starfleet Task Force 59. ("Vengeance", "Task Force 59")

Neville Ella

Captain Neville Ella was the commanding officer of the USS Winston. ("The Only Thing Necessary")

David Elliot

Captain David Elliot was a human Starfleet officer from the 24th century. In 2372, he was given command of the USS Swiftsure, the Swiftsure-class prototype. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "The Darkness Within")

Fe'yar

Captain Fe'yar was the commanding officer of the USS Quivira. While discussing the situation of the Fairstar in late-2374, he voiced his displeasure at Captain Edward Smith for putting the ship in its current situation and wasting the time of Task Force 59. ("Waiting for the Sun")

Peter Molloy

Captain Peter Molloy was the commanding officer on two vessels named USS Sherman during the 24th century. ("The Darkness Within", "Change in Command")

Isabella O'Meara

Captain Isabella O'Meara was a Starfleet officer from the 24th century and was the commanding officer of the USS Sparrow (NCC-66129) during the Dominion War. ("Regression")

S'hal

Captain S'hal was the female Vulcan commanding officer of the USS Gallant. She agreed with Captain Fe'yar that Captain Edward Smith had not done the smartest thing in using the Fairstar as a refugee ship. ("Waiting for the Sun")

Sato

Captain Sato was the commanding officer of the USS Pacific and in command of Starfleet Task Force 59's Excelsior wing. During the briefing on how to protect the Fairstar he was ordered to take his wing and form a second defensive line. ("Waiting for the Sun")

Sevel

Captain Sevel was the Vulcan commanding officer of the USS Monash during the 2370s. ("A Magnificent View")

Yeltes

Captain Yeltes was a Trill Starfleet officer from the 24th century. By at least 2372 Yeltes was the commanding officer of the Steamrunner-class, USS Stingray. ("The Darkness Within")

Yulerian

Captain Yulerian was a Kobheerian Starfleet officer and the commanding officer of the USS Curtin and Starfleet Task Force 59's carrier wing. He reported that the transfer of civilians from the Fairstar to the ships of his wing was complete during a briefing of the COs of the task force. ("Waiting for the Sun")

Other Starfleet personnel

Also includes retired personnel

Jeri Allston

Jeri Allston was a Starfleet officer who served during the 24th century. Her last assignment was on the USS Swiftfire (NCC-76125) as the vessel's commanding officer. She was killed in 2372 when the ship was attacked by Klingon forces while on patrol of the Cardassian border. ("Vengeance")

Harriar Benton

Harriar Benton was the Betazoid father of Maxine Benton. Married to Katherine Benton he was a retired Starfleet shuttle pilot who went into the tourism business with his wife. They ran a shuttle tours of Betazed and the surrounding system. ("Over the Horizon")

Katherine Benton

Katherine Benton was the Human mother of Maxine Benton. Married to Harriar Benton she was a retired Starfleet shuttle pilot who went into the tourism business with her husband. They ran a shuttle tours of Betazed and the surrounding system. ("Over the Horizon")

Joseph Bindo

Captain Joseph Bindo was the commanding officer of the USS Barton in 2373. During the Second Federation-Klingon War he commanded the 3rd cruiser wing from the 24th Tactical Wing during the Battle of Korvat. ("Chariots of Korvat")

Cameron Brand

Vice Admiral Cameron Brand was a Starfleet officer from the 24th century. Brand was the commanding officer of the USS Warwick and the 268th Tactical Wing, Fifth Fleet. ("Deployment")

Paul Cattermole

Vice Admiral Paul Cattermole was a Starfleet officer from the 24th century. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "Deployment")

Jase Collins

Jase Collins was a Starfleet officer from the 24th century. Collins was assigned to the USS Olympia as the ship's tactical officer. ("Olympia Descending", "Into the Fire")

George Core

George Core was a Starfleet officer from the 24th century. He briefly commanded the USS Melbourne before it was destroyed by the Borg. ("Waiting for the Sun")

Glen Cory

Glen Cory was the identity of a Starfleet Intelligence deep cover operative who had infiltrated the Rough Necks pirate group. ("A Rough Time")

Given Cory identifies himself as a cover operative, it is reasonable to assume Glen Cory is not his real name.

Jayce Delan

Captain Jayce Delan was the commanding officer of the USS Annan, which was assigned to Section 214C. ("Section 214C", "Crossfire")

Devlin

Devlin was a Section 214C Enforcer who was deployed from the USS Annan to search for Captain Jonathan Masters and Lieutenant Commander Kristin Sela on Caprius III. ("Crossfire")

Ivan Domique=

Ivan Domique was a Starfleet officer and member of Section 214C during the 24th century. He was part of the section's special security detachment, nicknamed "enforcers", that investigated breaches in the section's security. ("The Darkness Within")

Clara Feeman

Nurse Clara Feeman was a Starfleet nurse on the USS Olympia. ("Olympia Descending")

Grant

Lieutenant Grant was a Starfleet officer on the USS Maximus. While on a mission off the ship he got into an argument with Yel'tar over who was the greatest captain to serve in Starfleet. When the Borg arrived on the planet he was captured while trying to flee. ("One is the Loneliest Number")

Hadris

Hadris was a Risian Starfleet officer who served in the 24th century. She was killed during the Dominion War in 2375. (("Always on My Mind", "A Magnificent View")

Victor Harvey

Victor Harvey was a Human Starfleet Admiral who commanded the Fifth fleet during the Dominion War. ("Deployment")

Azihagiser th'Hist

Lieutenant Azihagiser th'Hist (also called Giser) was a Andorian thaan who served in Starfleet on the USS Swiftfire as the ship's tactical officer. Giser was killed when the Swiftfire was destroyed for violating Klingon borders. ("The Darkness Within")

Jeong Kyu-Seon

Captain Jeong Kyu-Seon was the commanding officer of the USS Bonestell (NCC-65702). ("No Rest for the Wicked")

Matthew Kefu

Ensign Matthew Kefu was a Starfleet officer in Section 214C serving on the Albyn starbase during 2372. ("The Darkness Within")

Isaiah Kelsey

Lieutenant Isaiah Kelsey was the identity Glen Cory claimed was Jonathan Masters true identity after he was captured by the Rough Necks. Cory claimed the lieutenant was a member of Starfleet Intelligence. ("A Rough Time")

It was not made clear if Isaiah Kelsey was a real person or just a random name Cory created.

Kigral

Commander Kigral was an Arbazan Starfleet Intelligence officer. ("The Only Thing Necessary")

Aida Lutz

Aida Lutz was a Starfleet officer during the latter half of the 24th century. She went to high school with Jonathan Masters and would be in the same class as him at Starfleet Academy. ("Always on My Mind")

Malak

Lieutenant Malak was part of a three person team that infiltrated a Romulan base near the Romulan Neutral Zone prior to official contact between the Federation and Romulan Star Empire were restored in 2364. ("For the Federation")

Todd Marshal

Commander Todd Marshal was the first officer on the USS Fury (NCC-64952) in 2373. Marshal was a short man, though on the colony he was from he was considered tall. He was seen as a good first officer and very loyal, however he was not what could be considered "captain material". His career had basically progressed as far as it would at that point in time. ("Vengeance")

Gloria Martina

Gloria Martina was a pioneering Starfleet counsellor whose work is considered to be the foundations of the specialisation. In the late-24th century she was somewhat immortalised with the creation of the holographic counsellor, which was made in her image. ("Always on My Mind")

Claire Masters

Claire Masters was a Starfleet officer turned Professor. During her service she would met and marry another Starfleet officer, Dalton Masters and have a child with him. ("Moral Actions")

Dalton Masters

Dalton Masters was a Starfleet admiral from the 24th century. During his service he would met and marry another Starfleet officer, Claire, and have a child with her. ("Moral Actions")

John Masters

John Masters was a retired Starfleet officer. He served in Starfleet for over twenty years. After leaving he entered the world of politics where he would serve as the Lord Mayor of Sydney as well as in the United Earth government. He was the son of Charlene Masters and the father of Dalton Masters. He was still alive in 2374 and living in Sydney. ("No Rest for the Wicked")

Melissa McKenzie

Melissa McKenzie was a Starfleet officer who served in the late 24th century. She dated Jonathan Masters when he was at Starfleet Academy. ("Unfinished Business")

Pamela Mortlock

Lieutenant Pamela Mortlock was a Starfleet officer in Section 214C serving on the Albyn starbase during 2372. When the base detected Odo's search for information on subject 498 she was on duty and recorded the files Odo accessed and attempted to access. During Odo's second search she readied the program that was sent to wipe Odo's computer of these files.("The Darkness Within")

Norman

Lieutenant Commander Norman was part of a three person team that infiltrated a Romulan base near the Romulan Neutral Zone prior to official contact between the Federation and Romulan Star Empire were restored in 2364. ("For the Federation")

Gill Owen

Lieutenant Gill Owen was a Starfleet officer from the 24th century. In 2372, he served as the flight controller on the USS Swiftfire. ("The Darkness Within")

Brendan Patol

Brendan Patol was a consultant on pirate and para-military organisations to Starfleet. He was previously a member of the Maquis. ("A Rough Time", "There's No Angels Here")

Tom Presley

Tom Presley was a Starfleet doctor that appeared in the Dominion simulated future that Terri Letac experienced in 2375. In the simulation Presley was a doctor on Starbase 375 and was responsible for operating the mind probe on Letac. Presley claimed to have served on the starbase during the Dominion War. ("Always on My Mind")

This character's name is a combination of Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley.

Titus Reak'va

Titus Reak'va was a Starfleet Admiral from the 24th century. He served on Earth at Starfleet Headquarters, he also was in command of Section 214C. ("No Rest for the Wicked", "Section 214C")

Andrew Rekris

Andrew Rekris was a Starfleet Fleet Admiral from the 24th century and a friend of the Masters family. ("Section 214C")

Willa Rennie

Ensign Willa Rennie was a female Haliian Starfleet officer from the 24th century. She served on the USS Swiftfire in 2372 as the operations manager. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "The Darkness Within")

Haley Renu

Haley Renu served in Starfleet during the 24th century. She was stationed on the USS Yamaguchi in 2344 when she and her husband, Mark, adopted a Bajoran child orphaned whilst fleeing Bajor. In 2356, she and her husband had retired from Starfleet and were living in New Seattle on Penthara IV. ("What Little Girls are Made Of")

Mark Renu

Mark Renu served in Starfleet during the 24th century as a security officer. He was stationed on the USS Yamaguchi in 2344 when he and his wife, Haley, adopted a Bajoran child orphaned whilst fleeing Bajor. In 2356, he and his wife had retired from Starfleet and were living in New Seattle on Penthara IV where he worked as a police officer. ("What Little Girls are Made Of")

Kristin Sela

Kristin Sela was a Starfleet analyst assigned to Section 214C stationed at the Albyn Starbase in the Albyn system. ("The Darkness Within")

Visa Sicilona

Captain Visa Sicilona was a Starfleet officer in Section 214C and was the commanding officer of the Albyn starbase in 2372. He was a bulky and aging man with a reclining hairline. ("The Darkness Within")

John Steele

Captain John Steele was a Starfleet officer and the commanding officer of the USS Proxima in 2370. ("To Seek and to be Found")

Lance Thompson

Captain Lance Thompson was a Starfleet Ground Forces officer who served in the ground force division stationed at Nthony C during the Dominion War. ("For the Federation")

Vanessa

Vanessa was a Starfleet officer on the USS Maximus. She was involved in a romantic relationship with Yel'tar after he joined the crew. She hid in her quarters when the Maximus was boarded by the Borg and was found by the assimilated Yel'tar. She attempted to convince him to help her escape but failed and was assimilated. ("One is the Loneliest Number")

Weavyn

Admiral Weavyn was a Starfleet flag officer from the 24th century. In mid-2374, he sent a status report on his fleet to Starfleet Command. ("No Rest for the Wicked")

Xavier Werfel

Captain Xavier Werfel is a Ligonian male in command of the USS Fury and was assigned to Starfleet Task Force 59. ("For the Federation")

Gary Wessling

Gary Steven Wessling was a Starfleet officer from the 24th century who was killed in action in 2358. ("No Rest for the Wicked")

Alexander Whiting

Alexander Whiting was a Starfleet officer who served during the 24th century. He served as the commanding officer of the USS Fury. ("No Rest for the Wicked")

See also

  • Star Trek: Swiftfire: People

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Malak was a name which was used for two separate individuals:


This is a disambiguation page—a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. If an article link referred you here, you might want to go back and fix it to point directly to the intended page.



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