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:''For the mirror universe counterpart, see [[Daniel (mirror)]].''
 
 
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{{Character
 
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| name = Cell (Daniel)
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| name = Cell
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| caption1 = Daniel / Cell in [[2386]].
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| caption1 = previously known as '''Daniel'''
| gender = male
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| gender = Male
| species = [[Changeling]]
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| species = [[Changeling]] / [[omni'X]]
 
| born = [[1875]]
 
| born = [[1875]]
| hair = dark brown / black
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| hair = Dark brown / black
| eyes = black
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| eyes = Black
| affiliation = {{fs}}, [[Section 31]]
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| affiliation = [[Federation]] [[Starfleet]] [[Section 31]]
 
| occupation = Starfleet officer
 
| occupation = Starfleet officer
| title = [[Commanding officer|Commanding Officer]]
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| title = [[Commanding Officer]]
| stationed = {{uss|Phoenix-X|NCC-75948}} ([[2374]]-[[2391]])
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| stationed = [[USS Phoenix-X|USS ''Phoenix-X'']]
 
| rank = [[Captain]]
 
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}}[[Captain]] '''Cell''' (previously known as '''Daniel''') was an exiled [[Changeling]], from the Founders' [[homeworld]], and commanding officer of the [[USS Phoenix-X|USS ''Phoenix-X'']] in the late [[24th century]]. He changed his own name in [[2379]] after being sent back to [[2344]], where he spent 35 years immobilized and left to his thoughts. {{pnx}}
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[[Captain]] '''Cell''' (previously known as '''Daniel''') was an exiled [[Changeling]], from the Founders' [[homeworld]], who was given partial-omnipotent abilities, and was commanding officer of the {{uss|Phoenix-X|NCC-75948}} in the late [[24th century]]. He changed his own name in [[2379]] after being sent back to [[2344]], where he spent 35 years immobilized and left to his thoughts. ({{pnx}})
 
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
===Unnamed===
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===The Gamma Quadrant===
In [[1879]], the young Changeling lived within the [[Great Link]] on the Founders' homeworld. In February of that year, a small group of [[El-Aurian|El Aurian]] transport ships had stumbled upon a [[Wormhole (El Aurian)|wormhole]] that led to the [[Gamma Quadrant]]. They had planned to find and colonize a planet in the Gamma Quadrant. As per standard procedure, the El Aurians sent out a scoutship to search ahead. Aboard it was an [[El-Aurian|El Aurian]] by the name of [[Daniel (El-Aurian)|Daniel]], who accidentally crash-landed his vessel onto the nearest planet to his location. Unbeknownst to him, the planet was the Founders' homeworld.
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In [[1879]], the young Changeling lived within the [[Great Link]] on the Founders' homeworld. In February of that year, a small group of [[El Aurian]] transport ships had stumbled upon a [[Wormhole (El Aurian)|wormhole]] that led to the [[Gamma Quadrant]]. They had planned to find and colonize a planet in the Gamma Quadrant. As per standard procedure, the El Aurians sent out a scout-ship to search ahead. Aboard it was an [[El Aurian]] by the name of [[Daniel (El Aurian)|Daniel]], who accidentally crash-landed his vessel onto the nearest planet to his location. Unbeknownst to him, the planet was the Founders' homeworld.
   
Downed and with injuries, the El Aurian Daniel was approached by the young Changeling who, out of curiosity, innocently imitated the El Aurian Daniel's likeness. When the [[Female Changeling (PNX character)|Female Changeling]] caught sight of this, she immediately killed El Aurian Daniel in hatred for all solids. Out of resentment to her actions, the young Changeling kept El Aurian Daniel's appearance and decided to keep his name.
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Downed and with injuries, the El Aurian Daniel was approached by the young Changeling who, out of curiosity, innocently imitated the El Aurian Daniel's likeness. When the [[Female Changeling (PNX)|Female Changeling]] caught sight of this, she immediately killed El Aurian Daniel in hatred for all solids. Out of resentment to her actions, the young Changeling kept El Aurian Daniel's appearance and decided to keep his name.
   
Now known as "Daniel", the young Changeling was met with a second El Aurian visitor, named [[Guinan]]. Guinan had successfully landed her shuttle onto the Changeling homeworld, in search of her husband-to-be: Daniel. The Changeling, Daniel, quickly explained everything - to Guinan's dismay. But the Female Changeling's hate for solids wasn't over with her last victim, as she also desired the death of Guinan. Not wanting a repeat incident of murder, the Changeling, Daniel, turned against his people and protected Guinan until they could both escape on Guinan's shuttle.
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Now known as "Daniel", the young Changeling was met with a second El Aurian visitor, named [[Guinan]]. Guinan successfully landed her shuttle onto the Changeling homeworld, in search of her husband-to-be, Daniel. The Changeling, Daniel, quickly explained everything, to Guinan's dismay. But the Female Changeling's hate for solids wasn't over with her last victim, as she also desired the death of Guinan. Not wanting a repeat incident of murder, the Changeling, Daniel, turned against his people and protected Guinan until they could both escape on Guinan's shuttle.
   
By this point in time, the El Aurian's had already decided to colonize one of the planets in the Changeling system. This and the encounter on the homeworld had prompted the Founders to attempt a purge of the El Aurian infestation. By the time Guinan's shuttle was able to reach the colony, only twenty to thirty ships had escaped: one of which contained Guinan's father.
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By this point in time, the El Aurian's had already decided to colonize one of the planets in the Changeling system. This, and the encounter on the homeworld, had prompted the Founders to attempt a purge of the El Aurian infestation. By the time Guinan's shuttle was able to reach the colony, only twenty to thirty ships had escaped: one of which contained Guinan's father.
   
Guinan allowed the Changeling, Daniel, to carry on with the illusion of being her husband for safety: a thanks for warning her and attempting to save her people, and a sympathetic gesture for him being forced to leave his people. That same day, the El-Aurian ships evacuated through the wormhole through which they came, ending up in the Alpha Quadrant. ("[[The Links' Traitor|The Links Traitor]]")
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Guinan allowed the Changeling, Daniel, to carry on with the illusion of being her husband for safety: a thanks for warning her and attempting to save her people, and a sympathetic gesture for him being forced to leave his people. That same day, the El-Aurian ships evacuated through the wormhole through which they came, ending up in the Alpha Quadrant. ("[[The Links Traitor]]")
   
===Daniel===
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===Vulcan===
In [[1879]], the El Aurians had briefly become friends with the [[Vulcan]]s. Some were allowed to live on their world. Daniel decided to move to [[Vulcan (planet)|Vulcan]] to settle for some time while Guinan chose to explore other worlds - the first being [[Earth]].
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In [[1879]], the El Aurians had briefly become friends with the [[Vulcan]]s. Some were allowed to live on their world. Daniel decided to move to [[Vulcan (planet)|Vulcan]] to settle for some time, while Guinan chose to explore other worlds - the first being [[Earth]].
   
After about a century, and in [[1983]], Daniel was contacted via subspace transmission, on Vulcan, by the Female Changeling. She wished for him to return, but he refused. Fearing Guinan's safety, Daniel traveled to Earth in search of her. After quite some time, he was unable to find her. He returned to Vulcan and spent another few hundred years there, learning Vulcan martial arts, how to teach, and become a leader.
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After about a century, and in [[1983]], Daniel was contacted via subspace transmission, on Vulcan, by the Female Changeling. She wished for him to return, but he refused. Fearing Guinan's safety, Daniel travelled to Earth in search of her. After quite some time, he was unable to find her. He returned to Vulcan and spent another few hundred years there, learning Vulcan martial-arts, how to teach, and become a leader.
   
In the [[22nd century]] Daniel had heard about the Federation and decided to enter [[Starfleet Academy]] under the pretense he was a [[Human]]/[[Vulcan]] hybrid. ("[[The Links' Traitor|The Links Traitor]]")
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In the [[22nd century]] Daniel had heard about the Federation and decided to enter [[Starfleet Academy]] under the pretense he was a [[Human]]/[[Vulcan]] hybred. ("[[The Links Traitor]]")
   
====Early Starfleet service====
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===Early Starfleet Service===
After Starfleet Academy, Daniel was discovered for being a Changeling by the secret organization, [[Section 31]]. Taking immediate action, Section 31 covered Daniel's tracks in order to gain him as an ally, deceiving him in saying it was for his own safety. With Section 31's involvement, Daniel's medical records were manipulated on an annual basis (and quite possibly, people around him too). ("[[The Links' Traitor]]", "[[Spider Agencies, Part II]]")
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After Starfleet Academy, Daniel was discovered for being a Changeling by the secret organization, [[Section 31]]. Taking immediate action, Section 31 covered Daniel's tracks in order to gain him as an ally, decieving him in saying it was for his own safety. ("[[Spider Agencies, Part II]]")
:''Throughout the following hundred or so years of service, Daniel's lack of aging was easily accepted through his supposed Vulcan genes.''
 
   
In May [[2234]], Daniel had been ranked [[Ensign]] during a lock down on [[Flortarios III]], where the Federation was battling an enemy on the surface. There, he fought alongside Starfleet [[Captain]] [[Laumar Gotens]] until she was knocked out and close to death. Daniel brought her into a cave to wait out the firing in the area, until he was able to take her to a ship where she needed her [[trill symbiont|symbiont]] transferred. During his stay in the cave, he encountered the Female Changeling, emerging from the wall. She approached him in the same manner as before, asking him to return.
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In May [[2234]], Daniel had been ranked [[Ensign]] during a lockdown on [[Flortarios III]], where the Federation was battling an enemy on the surface. There, he fought alongside Starfleet [[Captain]] [[Laumar Gotens]] until she was knocked out and close to death. Daniel brought her into a cave to wait out the firing in the area, until he was able to take her to a ship where she needed her [[symbiont]] transferred. During his stay in the cave, he encountered the Female Changeling, emerging from the wall. She approached him in the same manner as before, asking him to return.
 
:''It has not been stated who the identity of the enemy Starfleet was fighting on Flortarios III was.''
 
:''It has not been stated who the identity of the enemy Starfleet was fighting on Flortarios III was.''
   
 
Daniel retired his commission on [[Trill]], after taking Captain Gotens to a hospital there where he witnessed her death. After a few years on Trill, prior to the [[2240s]], he was summoned by Starfleet. Feeling that enough time had passed, Daniel rejoined. From here on, he worked his way up the ranks until hitting Admiral in the [[24th century|mid-2300s]]. ("[[The Links' Traitor]]")
 
Daniel retired his commission on [[Trill]], after taking Captain Gotens to a hospital there where he witnessed her death. After a few years on Trill, prior to the [[2240s]], he was summoned by Starfleet. Feeling that enough time had passed, Daniel rejoined. From here on, he worked his way up the ranks until hitting Admiral in the [[24th century|mid-2300s]]. ("[[The Links' Traitor]]")
   
A few decades later, during this rank-climbing from the mid-[[23rd century]] to the mid-24th century, Daniel was sent on an away mission to one of the moons orbiting the [[Qo'noS|Klingon homeworld]]. There, he met and befriended [[Menchez]] after Menchez saved Daniel's life in an attack by other Klingons. ("[[Betrayal and Honour]]")
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A few decades later, during this rank-climbing from the mid-[[23rd century]] to the mid-24th century, Daniel was sent on an away mission to one of the moons orbiting the [[Qo'noS|Klingon homeworld]]. There, he met and befriended [[Menchez]], after Menchez saved Daniel's life in an attack by other Klingons. ("[[Betrayal and Honour]]")
:''It is uncertain what vessel Daniel worked on at this time, or what his rank was. The mission and the reasons for being attacked are unconfirmed as well.''
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:''It is uncertain what vessel Daniel worked on in this time, or what his rank was. The mission and the reasons for being attacked are unconfirmed as well.''
   
 
====Commanding the ''Phoenix''====
In [[2364]], Daniel was in command of the {{uss|Kyushu}}. ("[[Remnants]]")
 
 
In [[2369]], Daniel took an on-again/off-again role as captain of the [[USS Phoenix (NCC-65420)|USS ''Phoenix'' (NCC-65420)]] when needed. Sometime between this year and [[2373]], the ''Phoenix'' had encountered Menchez commanding the [[IKS Bochnah|IKS ''Bochnah'']]. At the time, the ''Bochnah'' was under scrutiny by the [[Klingon Empire]] for Menchez's supposed intention on ruining relations with the Federation. Daniel set the records straight and cleared Menchez's name, and in thanks, Menchez gave his ship's cloaking device to the Admiral. ("[[The Links' Traitor]]")
:''This is presumably under the rank of Captain before he was promoted to Admiral.''
 
 
:''Why Menchez was suspected for treason is uncertain, and what mission the admiral was on was also not stated.''
 
=====Commanding the ''Phoenix''=====
 
In [[2369]], Daniel took an on-again/off-again role as captain of the {{uss|Phoenix|NCC-65420}} when needed. Sometime between this year and [[2373]], the ''Phoenix'' had encountered Menchez commanding the [[IKS Bochnah|IKS ''Bochnah'']]. At the time, the ''Bochnah'' was under scrutiny by the [[Klingon Empire]] for Menchez's supposed intention of ruining relations with the Federation. Daniel set the records straight and cleared Menchez's name, and in thanks, Menchez gave his ship's cloaking device to the Admiral. ("[[The Links' Traitor]]")
 
:''Why Menchez was suspected of [[treason]] is uncertain, and what mission the admiral was on was also not stated.''
 
   
 
In [[2373]], Admiral Daniel took full command of the ''Phoenix''. ("[[Betrayal and Honour]]")
 
In [[2373]], Admiral Daniel took full command of the ''Phoenix''. ("[[Betrayal and Honour]]")
   
In [[2374]], while traveling in the [[Star Trek: Phoenix-X (astronomy)#Tiloniam_system|Tiloniam system]], he encountered the Female Changeling once more, who beamed aboard his ship from a cloaked [[Dominion]] vessel. After another failed attempt to persuade Daniel to return, she beamed away. But almost immediately afterward, Daniel met [[Seifer|Night Gotens]] who was drifting nearby in a Starfleet shuttle from the {{uss|Xena|NCC-92382}}. Daniel was forced to save Night's life from sudden incoming [[Jem'Hadar]] warships. After a battle, the ''Phoenix'' was totaled (but salvaged - the ''Phoenix'' was seen again in "[[New Beginnings]]") and Daniel was given command of the {{uss|Phoenix-X|NCC-75948}}.
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In [[2374]], on a mapping mission to the [[Tiloniam system]], he encountered the Female Changeling once more, who beamed aboard his ship from a cloaked [[Dominion]] vessel. After another failed attempt to persuade Daniel to return, she beamed away. But almost immediately afterwards, Daniel met [[Night Gotens]] who was drifting nearby in a Starfleet shuttle from the [[USS Xena|USS ''Xena'']]. Daniel was forced to save Night's life from sudden incoming [[Jem'Hadar]] warships. After a battle, the ''Phoenix'' was totalled (but salvaged - the ''Phoenix'' was seen again in "[[New Beginnings]]") and Daniel was given command of the [[USS Phoenix-X|USS ''Phoenix-X'']].
 
Due to the near-destruction of the ''Phoenix'', Daniel's rank was knocked down to Captain. But in truth, this was the wish of Admiral [[Theseus]] (working for [[Section 31]]). Theseus sent Captain [[Cid]] to devise the reasoning behind Daniel's demotion - which was the semi-publication of Daniel being a Changeling. ("[[The Tiloniam System]]", "[[The Links' Traitor|The Links Traitor]]", "[[The Tilonian System (PNX flashback)|The Tilonian System]]")
 
   
 
Due to the near-destruction of the ''Phoenix'', Daniel's rank was knocked down to Captain. But in truth, this was the wish of Admiral [[Theseus]] (working for [[Section 31]]). Theseus sent Admiral [[Cloud]] to devise the reasoning behind Daniel's demotion. ("[[The Tiloniam System]]", "[[The Links Traitor]]")
=====Captain of the ''Phoenix-X''=====
 
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: ''It is most likely the reasons for his demotion were the publication that he was a Changeling.''
   
 
====Captain of the ''Phoenix-X''====
The USS ''Phoenix''-X was a special vessel carrying [[transwarp drive]] for the [[X-Project]]. It was the perfect opportunity for Section 31 to use Daniel, someone who felt owed them, to take command of the ship. The project was officially deemed a failure, but instead of deconstructing the drive, the drive remained and its existence became known only to the ship's crew and Section 31.
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The USS ''Phoenix-X'' was a special vessel carrying [[transwarp drive]] for the [[X-Project]]. It was the perfect opportunity for Section 31 to use Daniel, someone who felt owed them, to take command of the ship. The drive's existence became known only to the ship's crew and Section 31.
   
 
Along with [[Commander]] Night Gotens from the USS ''Xena'', [[Ensign Dan]] was another officer assigned to the ''Phoenix-X'', to Daniel's dismay. From the beginning, Ensign Dan tested Daniel's patience and continued doing so during the entire run under Daniel's command.
 
Along with [[Commander]] Night Gotens from the USS ''Xena'', [[Ensign Dan]] was another officer assigned to the ''Phoenix-X'', to Daniel's dismay. From the beginning, Ensign Dan tested Daniel's patience and continued doing so during the entire run under Daniel's command.
   
In his first year aboard the ship, Daniel had encounters with the [[Borg]], [[Deep Space 9]] faltering, a [[Star Trek: Phoenix-X (society and culture)#Second_Maquis|Second Maquis]] group and an unspoken encounter with the {{uss|Voyager|NCC-74656}}.
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In his first year aboard the ship, Daniel had encounters with the [[Borg]], [[Deep Space 9]] faultering, a [[Second Maquis]] group and an unspoken encounter with the [[USS Voyager (NCC-74656)|USS ''Voyager'']].
   
In his second year, he had encounters with large threats such as the [[Trozonian]] generation warship, [[Mirror universe|Mirror Universe]] duplicates of the ''Phoenix-X'' crew, and [[Romulan]] and [[Cardassian]] enemies working together against him. ''([[PNX#Season_1|Various episodes in Season 1]])''
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In his second year, he had encounters with large threats such as the [[Trozonian]] generation warship, [[Mirror Universe]] duplicates of the ''Phoenix-X'' crew, and [[Romulan]] and [[Cardassian]] enemies working together against him. ''([[PNX#Season_1|Various episodes in Season 1]])''
   
In his third year, Daniel and another Changeling, [[Shane]], were taken prisoner by a [[Doctor]] [[Steve]], after the ''Phoenix-X'' was temporarily decommissioned. The experiments would go on for two months until the two were rescued by [[Commander]] [[Seifer|Gotens]]. The ''Phoenix-X'' then was brought back into service, and the Captain retook his command position. ("[[Experimentalism]]") A month later, Daniel helped a group of [[Star Trek: Phoenix-X (society and culture)#Helenion|Helenion]] refugees return home. ("[[Christmas Special]]")
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In his third year, Daniel and another Changeling, [[Shane]], were taken prisoner by a [[Doctor]] [[Steve]], after the ''Phoenix-X'' was temporarily de-comissioned. The experiments would go on for two months until the two were rescued by [[Commander]] [[Gotens]]. The ''Phoenix-X'' then was brought back into service, and the Captain retook his command position. ("[[Experimentalism]]")
   
 
==Education & Service Record==
A month after that, Daniel temporarily received omnipotent powers from [[X]], a fallen [[Q]]. Throughout his continual encounters with the [[omni'X]] and [[Q]], over the next few years, Daniel gained and lost powers accordingly to each encounter. (''See: [[Cell#Encounters with the ill-conceived X-Continuum]]'')
 
 
* [[1983]] - late [[22nd century]]: Various schools, institutions and temples on planet [[Vulcan]]
 
In the late [[2376]], Daniel was captured by [[Klokian]], who attempted to extract omnipotent powers from him. Through this encounter, Daniel was brought into the [[far future#39th_century|39th century]] where Commander Seifer and the crew of the ''Phoenix-X'' were forced to travel and rescue Daniel. ("[[Fight, Part I]], [[Fight, Parts II & III|II]] & [[Fight, Parts II & III#Fight.2C_Part_III|III]]")
 
 
In [[2377]], Daniel used the ''Phoenix-X''{{'}}s transwarp capabilities to assist the starship ''Voyager'' return home from the [[Delta Quadrant]]. Unfortunately, the consequences proved discomforting for the crew, as the ''Phoenix-X''{{'}}s secret of harboring an advanced engine was revealed. The resulting revelation led to a chain of events that saw the destruction of [[Starfleet Command]]. Daniel then decided to reset the timeline by going back in time and stopping themselves from saving ''Voyager''. This was successful, and Daniel restored the timeline, but in order to do so, had to destroy the past-''Phoenix-X''. ("[[Phoenix Restoration]]")
 
 
===Cell===
 
 
In [[2390]], Daniel, now self-renamed as '''Cell''', had the ''Phoenix''-X generate an [[inverse tachyon pulse]] just to see what would happen. When two future ''Phoenix''-X vessels appeared, one from [[2410]] and one from [[2450]], Cell spoke to [[Oroku Seifer]] and was satisfied with the experiment. ("{{dis|Nightmare Anomaly|PNX literary}}")
 
 
In [[2391]], Cell resigned from Starfleet after the secret of him being a changeling went full-public. He joined the [[Traveling Link]] in order to get away and simultaneously save them from a personality disorder caused by [[Diggs]]. ("[[The Needs of the Plenty]]")
 
 
==Education & service record==
 
* [[1983]] > late [[22nd century]] || Various schools, institutions and temples on planet [[Vulcan]]
 
   
 
===Starfleet===
 
===Starfleet===
* Early [[23rd century]] > five years later || [[Starfleet Academy]]
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* Early [[23rd century]] - five years later ~ [[Starfleet Academy]]
* Early 23rd century > [[2234]] || n/a posting(s) - n/a position(s), [[Security officer]]
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* Early 23rd century - [[2234]] ~ n/a posting(s) - n/a position(s), [[Security officer]]
* [[2234]] > sometime in or before ''2240'' || resigned
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* [[2234]] - sometime in or before ''2240'' ~ resigned
* sometime in or before ''2240'' > [[2369]] || n/a posting(s) (reinstated), n/a position(s)
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* sometime in or before ''2240'' - [[2369]] ~ n/a posting(s) (reinstated), n/a position(s)
* [[2369]] > [[2373]] || on-again/off-again, the {{uss|Phoenix|NCC-65420}}, n/a posting(s) - [[Admiral]], [[Commanding officer]]
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* [[2369]] - [[2373]] ~ on-again/off-again, the [[USS Phoenix (NCC-65420)|USS ''Phoenix'']], n/a posting(s) - [[Admiral]], [[Commanding officer]]
* [[2373]] > [[2374]] || USS ''Phoenix'' - [[Admiral]], [[Commanding officer]]
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* [[2373]] - [[2374]] ~ USS ''Phoenix'' - [[Admiral]], [[Commanding officer]]
* [[2374]] > [[2391]] || {{uss|Phoenix-X|NCC-75948}} (special ship) - [[Captain]] (demoted), [[Commanding officer]]
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* [[2374]] - [[PNX present|present]] ~ [[USS Phoenix-X|USS ''Phoenix-X'']] (special ship) - [[Captain]] (demoted), [[Commanding officer]]
* [[2391]] || Resigned from Starfleet
 
   
==Encounters with the ill-conceived X-Continuum==
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==Encounters with the ill concieved X-Continuum==
In the [[Captain]]'s third year aboard the ''Phoenix-X'', he was merged with a renegade Q who changed his name to X. When [[Q]] cornered [[X]] aboard the ship, X ended his existence and put all his omnipotence into the Captain. Thus, for a short while, the Captain had full omnipotent power. ("[[The X Continuum]]")
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In the [[Captain]]'s third year aboard the ''Phoenix-X'', he was merged with a renegade Q who changed his name to X. When [[Q]] cornered [[X]] aboard the ship, X ended his existence and put all his omnipotency into the Captain. Thus, for a short while, the Captain had full omnipotent power. ("[[The X Continuum]]")
   
 
===omni'X===
 
===omni'X===
Unfortunately, in [[2377]], more Q had changed their name to X, one of which approached the Captain and drained the better part of a large amount of power - the X claimed that mortals throughout the Galaxy were being given the same amount of power in hopes of one day creating an X Continuum. ("[[Vengeance (PNX episode)|Vengeance]]")
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Unfortunately, in [[2377]], more Q had changed their name to X; one of which approached the Captain and drained the better part of a large amount of power - the X claimed that mortals throughout the Galaxy were being given the same amount of power in hopes of one day creating an X Continuum. ("[[Vengeance]]")
   
The next year, Captain Daniel would finally discover the [[X Continuum#X-Time|X-Time]] bubble, where the Rogue X's attempt to create the X Continuum would be evident. Inside, many omni'X, like the Captain, sought to increase their power as much as possible in order to be worthy of joining the [[X Continuum]]. For a few seconds, Daniel was tempted. But Q arrived in order to take back all the Rogue X to the [[Q Continuum]]. The result was a no creation of the X Continuum: leaving all the omni'X, including the Captain, with whatever power they built on their own. ("[[Avalon Battlefield, Part II]]")
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The next year, Captain Daniel would finally discover the [[X-Time]] bubble, where the Rogue X's attempt to create the X Continuum would be evident. Inside, many omni'X, like the Captain, sought to increase their power as much as possible in order to be worthy of joining the [[X Continuum]]. For a few seconds, Daniel was tempted. But Q arrived in order to take back all the Rogue X to the [[Q Continuum]]. The result was a no creation of the X Continuum: leaving all the omni'X, including the Captain, with whatever power they built on thier own. ("[[Avalon Battlefield, Part II]]")
   
 
Q promised that he'd come back for Daniel, due to Daniel retaining the last remaining lost Q omnipotent material that was once X (who was once a Q). Q did come back for Daniel, a month or so later, requesting the return of Daniel's powers. The Q Continuum created a large space anomaly meant to destroy Daniel if he did not hand back the powers. This anomaly, causing massive stress to Daniel, persuaded him to give the powers back before it was too late. Thus, the Captain was without any partial-omnipotent power whatsoever for a short while. ("[[Destiny's Revenge, Part III]]")
 
Q promised that he'd come back for Daniel, due to Daniel retaining the last remaining lost Q omnipotent material that was once X (who was once a Q). Q did come back for Daniel, a month or so later, requesting the return of Daniel's powers. The Q Continuum created a large space anomaly meant to destroy Daniel if he did not hand back the powers. This anomaly, causing massive stress to Daniel, persuaded him to give the powers back before it was too late. Thus, the Captain was without any partial-omnipotent power whatsoever for a short while. ("[[Destiny's Revenge, Part III]]")
   
This would change two years later, when the Captain was approached by a league of worrisome omni'X. These omni'X, led by [[Mishima]], one who the Captain met in X-Time, feared for their lives as they were being hunted and slaughtered by the Klokian-- a species somehow repellent to omnipotent beings. Mishima empowered the Captain with partial-omnipotent powers once again, turning the Captain back into an omni'X. Though reluctant, the Captain did indeed assist the other omni'X in fighting back the [[Klokian (species)|Klokian]]. This helped turn the tide of the Klokian/omni'X war, and the Captain was able to return to his duties aboard the ''Phoenix-X''. ("[[Power Levels]]")
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This would change two years later, when the Captain was approached by a league of worrisome omni'X. These omni'X, led by [[Mishima]], one who the Captain met in X-Time, feared for their lives as they were being hunted and slaughtered by the Klokian-- a species somehow repellant to omnipotent beings. Mishima empowered the Captain with partial-omnipotent powers once again, turning the Captain back into an omni'X. Though reluctant, the Captain did indeed assist the other omni'X in fighting back the [[Klokian (species)|Klokian]]. This helped turn the tide of the Klokian/omni'X war, and the Captain was able to return to his duties aboard the ''Phoenix-X''. ("[[Power Levels]]")
   
 
In [[2383]], the Captain, who had changed his name to Cell, was met with [[Klokian (character)|Klokian]]. Klokian claimed he was on the run from the omni'X, after the tides of their species' quarrel had turned. Fearing an unending cycle of violence, Captain Cell stood up against the omni'X, and Mishima, saving Klokian's life. The omni'X were eventually forced to leave and pursue other Klokian elsewhere. ("[[Transphasic Meltdown]]")
 
In [[2383]], the Captain, who had changed his name to Cell, was met with [[Klokian (character)|Klokian]]. Klokian claimed he was on the run from the omni'X, after the tides of their species' quarrel had turned. Fearing an unending cycle of violence, Captain Cell stood up against the omni'X, and Mishima, saving Klokian's life. The omni'X were eventually forced to leave and pursue other Klokian elsewhere. ("[[Transphasic Meltdown]]")
 
The next year, when the X Continuum was finally created, Cell was met with Q, once more. Due to those current events, Q was on a mission to extract all power from any omni'X in the galaxy, which included Cell. After Cell's small power was taken, he was returned to normal. ("[[Forbidden Crossing, Part II]]")
 
   
 
==Section 31==
 
==Section 31==
 
Daniel was assisted by Section 31 when he first entered Starfleet in the early [[23rd century]]. They helped cover his background and dealt with anyone who questioned Daniel's history. ("[[The Links' Traitor]]", "[[Spider Agencies, Part II]]")
 
Daniel was assisted by Section 31 when he first entered Starfleet in the early [[23rd century]]. They helped cover his background and dealt with anyone who questioned Daniel's history. ("[[The Links' Traitor]]", "[[Spider Agencies, Part II]]")
   
 
Daniel's first known link to serving Section 31 was through [[Admiral]] [[Theseus]], and to a subordinate degree, Admiral [[Cloud]] in [[2374]]. Theseus wasn't a direct member of Section 31, but launched the ''Phoenix-X'' with intentions of Daniel as being its captain. He handed Daniel top-secret missions of a covert nature. Cloud did the same, but Cloud's memory would be altered or erased after giving out such missions from time to time. At times, a third party would assign the missions--a [[Federation Council|Council]] representative, another admiral, or Captain [[Cid]]. ''([[PNX#Season_1|Various episodes in Season's 1 & 2]])''
In [[2377]], Daniel discovered that one of his crewmembers aboard the ''Phoenix-X'' was secret reporting information on the crew's happenings to Section 31. This person was, [[Wallace]]. After Daniel discovered and confronted Wallace with this, Wallace felt guilty for his actions and joined Section 31 with intentions of using his placement to help the crew of the ''Phoenix-X'' whenever possible. ("[[Secret Shuttles, Part I]], [[Secret Shuttles, Part II|II]], [[Secret Shuttles, Part III|III]], [[Secret Shuttles, Part IV|IV]]")
 
 
Daniel's first known link to serving Section 31 was through [[Admiral]] [[Theseus]], and to a subordinate degree, Admiral [[Cloud]] in [[2374]]. Theseus wasn't a direct member of Section 31 but launched the ''Phoenix-X'' with intentions of Daniel as being its captain. He handed Daniel top-secret missions of a covert nature. Cloud did the same, but Cloud's memory would be altered or erased after giving out such missions from time to time. At times, a third party would assign the missions--a [[Federation Council|Council]] representative, another admiral, or Captain [[Cid]]. ''([[PNX#Season_1|Various episodes in Season's 1 & 2]])''
 
   
 
In [[2379]], Daniel changed his name to Cell, and the ''Phoenix-X'' discontinued taking direct orders from Theseus and previous venues. They began taking orders from Theseus' assistants, [[Elena]] and [[Nelkast]]. In [[2380]], these "assistants" were discovered to be full-fledged [[Section 31]] agents. Cell and the crew continued taking missions from these two, who were (as Theseus and all previous figures had been) usually disappointed and outraged in Cell's and the crew's normally failed mission outcomes. ''([[PNX#Season_3|Various episodes in Season 3]])''
 
In [[2379]], Daniel changed his name to Cell, and the ''Phoenix-X'' discontinued taking direct orders from Theseus and previous venues. They began taking orders from Theseus' assistants, [[Elena]] and [[Nelkast]]. In [[2380]], these "assistants" were discovered to be full-fledged [[Section 31]] agents. Cell and the crew continued taking missions from these two, who were (as Theseus and all previous figures had been) usually disappointed and outraged in Cell's and the crew's normally failed mission outcomes. ''([[PNX#Season_3|Various episodes in Season 3]])''
   
In [[2382]], Cell discovered Theseus on an undercover mission for Section 31 and they became enemies. ("[[Spider Agencies, Part II]]") Two years later, Wallace returned to the ''Phoenix-X'', on behalf of Section 31, to act as an observer during missions. ("[[Forbidden Crossing, Part I]]")
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In [[2382]], Cell discovered Theseus on an undercover mission for Section 31 and they became enemies. ("[[Spider Agencies, Part II]]")
   
 
==Family==
 
==Family==
The [[Female Changeling (PNX character)|Female Changeling]] was in a way a mother figure and an enemy to Daniel. From the very beginning, she threatened the new ideas and ethics that Daniel came to have. In [[1879]], Daniel escaped her and his people to live in the [[Alpha Quadrant]]. The Female Changeling would make several attempts to suede Daniel over to the side of his people over the next few Centuries.
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The [[Female Changeling (PNX)|Female Changeling]] was in a way a mother figure and an enemy to Daniel. From the very beginning she threatened the new ideas and ethics that Daniel came to have. In [[1879]], Daniel escaped her and his people to live in the [[Alpha Quadrant]]. The Female Changeling would make several attempts to suade Daniel over to the side of his people over the next few Centuries.
   
 
She contacted him at his home on Vulcan in [[1983]], forcing him to promise that he would protect alien worlds from the likes of Changeling kind.
 
She contacted him at his home on Vulcan in [[1983]], forcing him to promise that he would protect alien worlds from the likes of Changeling kind.
   
He was approached by her again when he was in Starfleet as an Ensign. The Ensign was assisting in a war on Flortarious III when she emerged from a cave wall. After returning to safety, Daniel was unenergized by the Female Changeling's constant intrusions and decided against returning to his life in Starfleet. Fortunately, he quickly returned to his senses when Starfleet found him and persuade him to return.
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He was approached by her again when he was in Starfleet as an Ensign. The Ensign was assisting in a war on Flortarious III when she emerged from a cave wall. After returning to safety, Daniel was unenergized by the Female Changeling's constant intrusions and decided against returning to his life in Starfleet. Fortunately he quickly returned to his senses when Starfleet found him and persuade him to return.
   
In [[2374]], during the [[Dominion War]], Daniel was approached yet again by the Female Changeling aboard the ship he was commanding: the ''Phoenix''. Thanks to the war and his continual resistance, she explained that he was branded a traitor by the rest of the Founders and that there was nothing she could do for him anymore.
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In [[2374]], during the [[Dominion War]], Daniel was approached yet again by the Female Changeling aboard the ship he was commanding: the ''Phoenix''. Thanks to the war, and his continual resistence, she explained that he was branded a traitor by the rest of the Founders, and that there was nothing she could do for him anymore.
   
 
A year later, the Female Changeling made her way onto the ''Phoenix-X'', where she explained that she had also been claimed a traitor by the Founders for her continual efforts with Daniel. By this time, the Captain's impression of her had descended into that of 'mortal enemy'.
 
A year later, the Female Changeling made her way onto the ''Phoenix-X'', where she explained that she had also been claimed a traitor by the Founders for her continual efforts with Daniel. By this time, the Captain's impression of her had descended into that of 'mortal enemy'.
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Daniel met Rivera Gotens again at a [[Federation Eelstock Convention]] on [[Flortarios III]] in [[2302]]. Gotens, at the time, was back in Starfleet and ranked [[Lieutenant]]. Ever since meeting Gotens again, in [[2374]]. ("[[The Tiloniam System]]")
 
Daniel met Rivera Gotens again at a [[Federation Eelstock Convention]] on [[Flortarios III]] in [[2302]]. Gotens, at the time, was back in Starfleet and ranked [[Lieutenant]]. Ever since meeting Gotens again, in [[2374]]. ("[[The Tiloniam System]]")
   
 
In [[2374]], Daniel encountered [[Night Gotens]] and Ensign Dan on a shuttle from the USS ''Xena'' in the Tiloniam system. He beamed them aboard when Jem'Hadar attacked, and it wasn't long before the ''Phoenix'' was totalled and all personnel rescued by the ''Xena''. Night Gotens transferred over to the Captain's command structure as [[executive officer]], while Daniel was given command of the USS ''Phoenix-X'' at [[Deep Space 9]] immediately after the incident. The two became close friends while serving together. ("[[The Tiloniam System]]", "[[The Links' Traitor]]")
[[Image:Phoenixx-comic24.jpg|thumb|450px|Cell (right) interacting with Seifer (left)]]
 
In [[2374]], Daniel encountered [[Seifer|Night Gotens]] and Ensign Dan on a shuttle from the USS ''Xena'' in the Tiloniam system. He beamed them aboard when Jem'Hadar attacked, and it wasn't long before the ''Phoenix'' was totaled and all personnel rescued by the ''Xena''. Night Gotens transferred over to the Captain's command structure as [[first officer|executive officer]], while Daniel was given command of the USS ''Phoenix-X'' at [[Deep Space 9]] immediately after the incident. The two became close friends while serving together. ("[[The Tiloniam System]]", "[[The Links' Traitor]]")
 
   
 
====Shane====
 
====Shane====
In [[2375]], Daniel retrieved a container of Changeling protoplasm from a destroyed Klingon battlecruiser. The protoplasm turned out to be [[Shane]], a Changeling, one of the hundred that were sent out by the Founders, who was living with the Klingons aboard the [[Star Trek: Phoenix-X (starships)#IKS_Hou-Ling|IKS ''Hou-Ling'']].
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In [[2375]], Daniel retrieved a container of Changeling protoplasm from a destroyed Klingon battle-cruiser. The protoplam turned out to be [[Shane]], a Changeling, one of the hundred that were sent out by the Founders, who was living with the Klingons aboard the [[IKS Hou-Ling|IKS ''Hou-Ling'']].
   
Since the ship had been destroyed, Shane decided to live among the crew aboard the ''Phoenix-X''. Here he became a prankster to most of the crew and a good enlisted officer at times of need. But on the most part, he became good friends with the Captain. ("[[The Bermuda Triangle Effect#Retrieval|Retrieval]]")
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Since the ship had been destroyed, Shane decided to live among the crew aboard the ''Phoenix-X''. Here he became a prankster to most of the crew and a good enlisted officer at times of need. But on the most part, he became good friends with the Captain. ("[[Retrieval]]")
   
In [[2376]], the ''Phoenix-X'' encountered a [[Borg cube|Borg Cube]] with the [[Borg Queen]] on it. Shane admitted to giving her half his Changeling protoplasm years ago so that she would spare the ''Hou-Ling'', during an attempt at assimilation. When the Borg Queen threatened the safety of the ''Phoenix-X'', Shane willfully allowed himself to be taken by the Borg in order to let the ''Phoenix-X'' go. Yet, Daniel decided not to give up on Shane and devised a plan to save him from the Borg, in the process, threatening the lives of the crew.
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In [[2376]], the ''Phoenix-X'' encountered a [[Borg Cube]] with the [[Borg Queen]] on it. Shane admitted to giving her half his Changeling protoplasm years ago so that she would spare the ''Hou-Ling'', during an attempt at assimilation. When the Borg Queen threatened the safety of the ''Phoenix-X'', Shane willfully allowed himself to be taken by the Borg in order to let the ''Phoenix-X'' go. Yet, Daniel decided not to give up on Shane and devised a plan to save him from the Borg, in the process, threatening the lives of the crew.
   
They soon found that Shane had been assimilated with nanoprobes. Daniel decided the only way to diffuse the strength of the assimilation was to link with Shane and take on half the nanoprobes. This proved successful, as the diffused nano-probes broke Shane's link to the Collective. ("[[The Return of the Borg]]")
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They soon found that Shane had been assimilated with nano-probes. Daniel decided the only way to diffuse the strength of the assimilation was to link with Shane and take on half the nano-probes. This prooved successfull, as the diffused nano-probes broke Shane's link to the Collective. ("[[The Return of the Borg]]")
   
Months later, Shane witnessed the Captain's ascent into omnipotent status. He was also present when the [[X]] decided to take that power away to a certain percentage. Both Shane and Gotens were privy to the knowledge that the Captain would one day be forced to join the X Continuum. They both kept this a secret from Daniel, in fear of it actually tempting him. Unfortunately, Daniel found out on his own - and both Shane and Gotens were forced to go an extra step in convincing Daniel not to join. ("[[The X Continuum]]", "[[Vengeance (PNX episode)|Vengeance]]", "[[Avalon Battlefield, Part II]]")
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Months later, Shane witnessed the Captain's ascent into omnipotent status. He was also present when the [[X]] decided to take that power away to a certain percentage. Both Shane and Gotens were privvy to the knowledge that the Captain would one day be forced to join the X Continuum. They both kept this a secret from Daniel, in fear of it actually tempting him. Unfortunately, Daniel found out on his own - and both Shane and Gotens were forced to go an extra step in convincing Daniel not to join. ("[[The X Continuum]]", "[[Vengeance]]", "[[Avalon Battlefield, Part II]]")
   
In [[2378]], Daniel was forced to let Shane go when Shane became responsible for helping bring omni-status to a Borg Cube. Shane and the [[Star Trek: Phoenix-X (society and culture)#Traveling_Link|Traveling Link]] joined forces in an effort to stop the Borg Cube. This was the last Daniel ever saw of Shane. ("[[Destiny's Revenge, Part III]]")
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In [[2378]], Daniel was forced to let Shane go when Shane became responsible for helping bring omni-status to a Borg Cube. Shane and the [[Traveling Link]] joined forces in an effort to stop the Borg Cube. This was the last Daniel ever saw of Shane. ("[[Destiny's Revenge, Part III]]")
   
 
====Menchez====
 
====Menchez====
 
In the early 24th century, Daniel saved Captain Menchez from disgrace within the [[Klingon Empire]]. After becoming good friends, they agreed to a mutual exchange of officer's between crew's. This exchange program started in the early [[2370]]s and continued on to the ''Phoenix-X''.
 
In the early 24th century, Daniel saved Captain Menchez from disgrace within the [[Klingon Empire]]. After becoming good friends, they agreed to a mutual exchange of officer's between crew's. This exchange program started in the early [[2370]]s and continued on to the ''Phoenix-X''.
   
In [[2375]], the Captain met with Menchez again, where he assisted in stopping a war between the Federation and the Klingons. In late [[2378]], their exchange program with each other had come to an end. All Klingon and Starfleet crew were returned to their respective ships. But failing comforts by both the halves of each crew had suddenly led back the exchange program: and so the program was reinstated. ("[[Betrayal and Honour]]", "[[Destiny's Revenge, Part I]]")
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In [[2375]], the Captain met with Menchez again, where he assisted in stopping a war between the Federation and the Klingons. In late [[2378]], their exchange program with come to an end. But fiening comforts by both returned halfs of each crew would prove to bring back the exchange program. ("[[Betrayal and Honour]]", "[[Destiny's Revenge, Part I]]")
 
====Kugo====
 
For a short while, in [[2376]], Daniel attempted a romantic relationship with Kugo. This was unknown to the crew and unsuccessful. Since then, the two had continued to be friends, with no ill feelings toward the other. ("[[Identity]]")
 
   
 
==Enemies==
 
==Enemies==
 
====Gul Meloneus====
 
====Gul Meloneus====
The Captain's first encounter with the [[Cardassian]], [[Meloneus]], occurred in [[2374]]. During a mutual run-in, Daniel attempted to take a prisoner of war by beaming over an officer, [[Star Trek: Phoenix-X (characters)#Agenos|Agenos]], from Meloneus' ship. Meloneus retaliated by beaming Cell onto his ship, the ''[[Star Trek: Phoenix-X (starships)#Tarak|Tarak]]'', and placed the Captain in a holding cell under an anti-shapeshifting device. Battle ensued and Meloneus' wife, Carella, on board the ''Tarak'', was killed. The ''Phoenix-X'' crew saved the captain and Gul Meloneus and his ship were captured. ("[[Flortarios III (PNX episode)#Missed_the_Mishap|Missed the Mishap]]", "[[Secret Shuttles, Part IV]]") Meloneus soon escaped the ''Phoenix-X'' during a battle with the [[Star Trek: Phoenix-X (society and culture)#Second_Maquis|Second Maquis]], and swore revenge against the Captain. ("[[Cookies]]")
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The Captian's first encounter with the [[Cardassian]], [[Meloneus]], occurred in [[2374]]. During a mutual run-in, Daniel attempted to take a prisoner of war by beaming over an officer, [[Agenos]], from Meloneus' ship. Meloneus retalliated by beaming Cell onto his ship, the ''[[Tarak]]'', and placed the Captain in a holding cell under an anti-shapeshifting device. Battle ensued and Meloneus' wife, Carella, onboard the ''Tarak'', was killed. The ''Phoenix-X'' crew saved the Captian and Gul Meloneus and his ship were captured. ("[[Missed the Mishap]]", "[[Secret Shuttles, Part IV]]") Meloneus soon escaped the ''Phoenix-X'' during a battle with the [[Second Maquis]], and swore revenge against the Captain. ("[[Cookies]]")
   
In [[2375]], Meloneus was working with the Dominion in an attempt to kidnap the leaders of [[Flortarios III]]. It was an act of revenge against both Starfleet and Flortarios III, but he was easily thwarted by the Captain and the crew of the ''Phoenix-X''. ("[[The Bajoran Trove]]") In the same year, on Stardate 52339.1, Meloneus teamed up with Romulan starship commander Plutark in exacting revenge against the Captain. They attempted to steal the schematics for an experimental [[star Trek: Phoenix-X (technology)#Slipstream_torpedo|slipstream torpedo]], but their plans backfired when the ''Phoenix-X'' destroyed both of their ship's with one of the torpedoes. Meloneus was immediately beamed away to safety onto a cloaked [[Klokian's timeship|timeship]] by his nephew [[Star Trek: Phoenix-X (characters)#Tellus|Tellus]]. He then used the Timeship to go back in time to attempt to save his wife, but was ultimately unsuccessful thanks to interference by the crew of the ''Phoenix-X''. ("[[Secret Shuttles, Part II]] & [[Secret Shuttles, Part III|III]]")
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In [[2375]], Meloneus was working with the Dominion in an attempt to kidnap the leaders of [[Flortarios III]]. It was an act of revenge against both Starfleet and Flortarios III, but he was easily thwarted by the Captain and the crew of the ''Phoenix-X''. ("[[The Bajoran Trove]]") In the same year, on Stardate 52339.1, Meloneus teamed up with Romulan starship commander Plutark in exacting revenge against the Captain. They attempted to steal the schematics for an experimental [[Slipstream Torpedo]], but their plans backfired when the ''Phoenix-X'' destroyed both of their ship's with one of the torpedoes. Meloneus was immediately beamed away to safety onto a cloaked [[Klokian's Timeship|Timeship]] by his nephew [[Tellus]]. He then used the Timeship to go back in time to attempt to save his wife, but was ultimately unsuccessful thanks to interference by the crew of the ''Phoenix-X''. ("[[Secret Shuttles, Part II]] & [[Secret Shuttles, Part III|III]]")
   
Meloneus was brought back to the year [[2377]], where the Timeship was lost to the ''Phoenix-X'' crew. He returned to [[Cardassian]] space aboard Tellus' ship, the ''[[Star Trek: Phoenix-X (starships)#Scorpion|Scorpion]]''. Meloneus would return in the same year for one last attempt at revenge against the Captain and Changelings everywhere, by joining the Fragma Alliance and upgrading his vessel. Meloneus asked for Shane as a prisoner, but only received the Captain who had taken Shane's likeness. Daniel ultimately gave Meloneus what Meloneus really wanted: the location of the Changeling homeworld, after hearing of Meloneus' pathetic childhood encounter with Changelings. But such information proved useless as Meloneus was chased down by the Fragma Alliance whom he cheated for technology. ("[[Secret Shuttles, Part IV]]", "[[BaKardi Slang]]")
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Meloneus was brought back to the year [[2377]], where the Timeship was lost to the ''Phoenix-X'' crew. He returned to [[Cardassian]] space aboard Tellus' ship, the ''[[Scorpion]]''. Meloneus would return in the same year for one last attempt at revenge against the Captain and Changelings everywhere, by joining the Fragma Alliance and upgrading his vessel. Meloneus asked for Shane as a prisoner, but only recieved the Captain who had taken Shane's likeness. Daniel ultimately gave Meloneus what Meloneus really wanted: the location of the Changeling homeworld, after hearing of Meloneus' pathetic childhood encounter with Changelings. But such information prooved useless as Meloneus was chased down by the Fragma Alliance whom he cheated for technology. ("[[Secret Shuttles, Part IV]]", "[[BaKardi Slang]]")
   
 
====Shadow Flare====
 
====Shadow Flare====
The Captain first encountered [[Shadow Flare]] when trying to send him and his [[Nega'Jem|people]] back to the [[Mirror universe|Mirror Universe]] in [[2377]]. This proved unsuccessful, even as the Captain had come to realize that Shadow Flare was bestowed omni'X power. Daniel eventually allowed Shadow Flare and his people to remain in the original Universe, as long as they stayed away from and stopped stealing from Federation worlds. ("[[The Nega'Jem, Part I]]")
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The Captain first encountered [[Shadow Flare]] when trying to send him and his [[Nega'Jem|people]] back to the [[Mirror Universe]] in [[2377]]. This prooved unsuccessfull, even as the Captain had come to realize that Shadow Flare was bestowed omni'X power. Daniel eventually allowed Shadow Flare and his people to remain in the original Universe, as long as they stayed away from and stopped stealing from Federation worlds. ("[[The Nega'Jem, Part I]]")
   
 
The Captain would meet Shadow Flare again in late [[2379]], when RaeLuna came to Shadow Flare for help. In a simple questioning on the subject of RaeLuna, both the Captain and Shadow Flare erupted into a physical battle. Such a battle then impressed Shadow Flare, causing him to co-operate. ("[[Responsible Delinquent]]")
 
The Captain would meet Shadow Flare again in late [[2379]], when RaeLuna came to Shadow Flare for help. In a simple questioning on the subject of RaeLuna, both the Captain and Shadow Flare erupted into a physical battle. Such a battle then impressed Shadow Flare, causing him to co-operate. ("[[Responsible Delinquent]]")
   
==Memorable quotes==
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==Memorable Quotes==
{{quote|You're relieved!|"[[The Tiloniam System]]"}}
 
   
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{{quote|You're relieved of duty!|to [[Ensign Dan]] on several occassaions}}
{{quote|If you guys retracted the Telurian plague, you're on your own. The secret cure of that pathogen stays within the bulkheads of the Phoenix-X, and the Phoenix-X only.|"[[Fantastic Method]]"}}
 
   
==Appendices==
 
===See also===
 
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{{Star Trek: Phoenix-X main characters}}
 
   
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{{quote|I need to talk to the director of the Academy when I have the chance. They let the dumbest people pass these days.|to himself after surviving a [[Borg]] threat in [[2374]] ("[[Jello Cubes]]")}}
===Background information===
 
*The Captain was originally role-played by DL, one of the two main head writers of the series. By mid-Season 1, the format of the series changed from role-play to episodic. DL eventually departed the series in mid-Season 2, but his character continued on as Captain.
 
*Cell was named after [[Wikipedia:Cell (Dragon Ball)|Cell]] from the [[Wikipedia:Dragon Ball (franchise)|''Dragon Ball'' series']].
 
*As the first episodes of the first season were role-play, characters [[Gotens]] (later renamed Seifer) was played by [[user:Hawku|Hawku]], and [[Daniel]] (later renamed Cell) was played by DL. [[Ensign Dan]] was an accidental creation, misunderstood to be played by DL at the beginning (as "Dan", in the first scene of "[[The Tiloniam System]]" with Gotens on the [[shuttle]]). When it was quickly understood to not be, "Dan" was quickly re-written as "Ensign Dan". This miscommunication led Ensign Dan to be constantly be written as "relieved of duty" in nearly every episode as an in-joke.
 
   
 
==Background Information==
===Images===
 
 
* The Captain was originally based on one of the two main head writers of the series. The writer eventually left in mid-Season 2, but his character continued on as Captain.
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