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The Sindareen are a humanoid species native to the planet Sindar. Physically stronger and more resiliant than humans, they are barely affected by a phaser blast set on "stun" and are merely stunned by a "kill" setting. When they speak, sound issues predominantly through nictating membranes on their necks.

Their natural aggression makes it difficult for empaths to read them; however, after a significant time with the same individual, Deanna Troi was able to penetrate this resistance and get a clear reading. In 2359 she was able to realize that Mar Loc was ready to kill her, and in 2368 she was able to detect that the Sindareen delegation was attempting to deceive other conference attendees about their supposedly peaceful intentions.

As a result of this deception, the Federation pulled out of peace negotiations and the Sindareen economy soon collapsed. With Federation help they were eventually able to rebuild, but never regained the height of their powers.

In 2408, a Sindareen scientist named Mar Loc, (using the disguise of an Orion female), used the Guardian of Forever to travel back to the peace conference and kill Troi before she could reveal her deception. This created an alternate timeline in which the Sindareen became much more powerful. However, this alteration was undone when Admiral William T. Riker traveled to the past and saved Troi's life. (TNG novel: Imzadi).

People

Raiders on Betazed

  • Maror - leader of the raiders
  • Baytzah
  • Zroah
  • Charoset
  • Chazeret
  • Karpas

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The Sindareen were a humanoid species native to the planet Sindar. They spoke with a hissing sound because of nictitating membranes on their necks. Their natural aggression allows them to block telepathy. However, after significant contact with an individual, the telepath can get a clear reading. In 2368, Deanna Troi was able to learn that the Sindareen delegation was not entirely forthright about their supposedly peaceful intentions. The Federation pulled out of peace negotiations and the Sindareen economy soon collapsed. With Federation help they were eventually able to rebuild, but never regained the height of their power. (TNG novel: Imzadi).

Still smarting over these events in 2374, a Sindareen information dealer named Tor Vot stumbled across an opportunity to raise his people back to their former prominence. A cohort of Future Guy, who was attempting to alter the outcome of the Dominion War in his favor struck up a deal with him. The humanoid from the 29th century provided Tor Vot access to new sources of wealth as a reward for providing the Dominion with Federation Alliance fleet deployments. Such information included tactical data indicating that Betazed was vulnerable to an attack. Tor Vot was then promised access to cormaline deposits on Makar VI if he could deliver USS Lambda Paz captain Limis Vircona to his benefactor from the future. Cardassian Gul Enic Hadar, seeking to avenge his brothers death, had hired Tor Vot to do the same. This attempt was a failure thanks to intervention from 31st century temporal agent Jonas Grabowski.

Sindareen battle cruisers apparently had advanced knowledge of 24th century Federation starship design, which allowed two of their ships to outmaneuver the Lambda Paz. They were defeated when Commander Ronnie Kozar used an unexpected tactic. (Star Trek: Lambda Paz: " The Tides of War, Part I")

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