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Miral Paris was the daughter of half-Klingon, half-Human B'Elanna Torres and Human Tom Paris. Prior to her birth, she was made subject of the Klingon prophecy of the Kuvah'magh. She was born in late 2377 aboard the USS Voyager. (VOY episodes: "Prophecy", "Endgame")
Following Voyager's return to Earth, Miral's mother abruptly left for Boreth in a quest to find her own mother and Miral was left to be cared for by her father and Voyager's holographic Doctor.) (VOY novels: Homecoming, The Farther Shore)
In early 2378, Miral and Tom left for Boreth themselves so that B'Elanna and Tom could study the ancient scrolls for more prophecies of the Kuvah'magh. At last report, B'Elanna had made what she considered a significant discovery in the scrolls and received a warning of a threat against Miral's life. (VOY novel: Spirit Walk)
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Miral was eventually kidnapped by a Klingon religious group that considered her to be the eventual savior of the Klingon people and believed that only they could protect her until it was time to fulfill her destiny. B'Elanna convinced this group that she could protect her daughter, but Miral was still at risk from another Klingon group that wanted her dead. To escape them, Torres and Paris developed a plan where the two would pretend to separate and B'Elanna and Miral would fake their deaths. (VOY novel: Full Circle) As a result, in 2381, Torres and Miral Paris' names were appended to a casualty list sent to Starfleet Command in Sector 22093 of those confirmed dead as a result of the Borg attacks in the Alpha Quadrant.(ST novel: A Singular Destiny)
|Actor:||Lisa Cicero (adult)|
|Species:||3/4 human, 1/4 Klingon|
Miral Paris was the daughter of Starfleet officers Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres, who served together on the Federation starship USS Voyager. Miral was born in the year 2378, just as Voyager flew through the Borg transwarp conduit back to the Alpha Quadrant after seven years spent in the Delta Quadrant. She was the second of the two children born during the journey; the first was Naomi Wildman. Miral was named after B'Elanna Torres's mother. (VOY: "Endgame")
In an alternate timeline where it took Voyager twenty-three years to get home (as opposed to the seven it took in the main timeline), Miral was an ensign in Starfleet by 2404. Admiral Kathryn Janeway had sent her on a mission to negotiate with a Klingon named Korath for his prototype chrono deflector, which Janeway wanted to use to return to Voyager in 2378 and get the ship home sooner. Miral got Korath to agree to the exchange, but only if Janeway met him in person. Once Janeway arrived, she dismissed Miral, telling her to go visit her parents. Before she left, Miral threatened to break the arms of two Klingons who accused Janeway of being disrespectful.