(Captains' Logs: The Unauthorized Complete Trek Voyages, p. 333), In the series bible of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the Trill symbionts and humanoids were said to have lived underground and on the surface of Trill respectively, "many centuries ago." she recalled. Their skin color could vary. Raumschiff Enterprise: Das nächste Jahrhundert, https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/de/wiki/Trill?oldid=728446. ("Crew Dossier: Jadzia Dax", DS9 Season 2 DVD special features) Observing the entire make-up layout usually worn by Farrell, Westmore said, "Aside from her regular beauty makeup, she has a pattern around her hairline and ears, and down her neck." Joined Trill are symbiotic lifeforms and are native to their home world Trill. Because there were many more humanoid Trills than symbionts, prospective hosts were weeded out by a demanding selection procedure, overseen by the Symbiosis Commission. Trill society was foremost on Michael Piller's mind when he devised the ban on reassociation. Die vereinigten Trill sind in der Gesellschaft hoch angesehen und eine Vereinigung gilt als besonders erstrebenswert (DS9: Der Trill-Kandidat). (Star Trek Monthly issue 9, p. 46), The portrayal of Trill characters Jadzia Dax and Lenara Khan is discussed by Avery Brooks together with actors Terry Farrell and Susanna Thompson, In the fourth season DS9 installment "Rejoined", a romance between two female Trill, namely Lenara Kahn and Jadzia Dax, was highly controversial both for the Trill in general, due to it being in breach of their taboo against reassociation (the prohibition was first established in "Rejoined"), and for the viewing audience, as some viewers rejected the same-sex relationship as well as a kiss between the Trill lovers. The presense of isoboramine levels in the joined Human Adira Tal suggests a symbiont alone could produce sufficient isoboramine to maintain joining. (AOL chat, 1997) Furthermore, whereas Odan was ready to pick up where they and Crusher had left off, a Trill taboo against reassociation was, early in the series run of DS9, suggested by Michael Piller. "Then they kept reducing it with each test," related Farrell, "until it really looked like someone had just hit me in the forehead. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, p. 545), At the time Terry Farrell left DS9's cast, Michael Westmore decided to no longer hand-illustrate Dax's unique Trill spots himself, though he ended up "detailing" Ezri Dax actress Nicole de Boer throughout the show's seventh and final season. Ebenso nutzt Odan, entgegen der Gewohnheiten der späteren Trill, nicht seinen Wirtsnamen als Vor- sowie seinen Symbiontennamen als Nachnamen, sondern er ist schlicht als Odan bekannt. (TNG: "The Host"), The Burn in the 31st century resulted in the decimation of the symbiont and joinable-host population. Commented Ronald D. Moore, "Not everybody knows Dax's family history, or what Trill society is about." A link between the Trill symbionts and the alien parasites seen in TNG: "Conspiracy" is suggested in the Pocket DS9 short story "Sins of the Mother" (in the anthology The Lives of Dax) and the novel Unity. Bei der Vereinigung wird die Persönlichkeit des Wirts nicht unterdrückt, es sind verschiedene Hirnwellen messbar. Gesichert ist nur, dass einzelne Trill (Kell Perim, Jadzia Dax und Ezri Dax) in der Sternenflotte dienen und das zumindest zwei Trill (Odan und Curzon Dax) Staatsbürger der Föderation gewesen sind, da sie als Botschafter für eben diese fungierten. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, p. 7) In hot shooting conditions, the sweat of the Trill-playing actors might cause the watercolor to run down the side of his or her face, so the actor had to be kept cool. In an attempt to explain the variations, Terry Farrell once suggested that the spotted members of the species were from the north of Trill whereas Odan was from the planet's south. Von da an trugen alle vorkommenden Trill dieses Make-Up [1]. The comics took a far different course, such as the Star Trek: Divided We Fall mini-series, where both Odan hosts were shown without facial ridges but with spots. Their hands are noted for being unusually cold to the touch ("A Man Alone", DS9 Season 1). ("Crew Dossier: Jadzia Dax", DS9 Season 2 DVD special features) Westmore used brown make-up for the Trill spots, and subsequently accented them with burnt orange coloration. 6, p. 21) The actress offered, "I just remember that somebody said, 'What did you do to her? Die meisten Trill sind jedoch sogenannte "unvereinigte" Trill und leben ohne einen Symbionten. (Captains' Logs Supplemental - The Unauthorized Guide to the New Trek Voyages, p. 84) Ira Steven Behr also approved of how the Trill were developed in "Equilibrium". (Cinefantastique, Vol. "It's a fascinating subject. Terry Farrell remarked, "It revealed a lot about Trill society that we didn't know anything about before. Humanoid A small portion of those Trill humanoids are suitable hosts for a symbiotic organism known as a Trill symbiont. Joined Trills had several tools at their disposal for dealing with various aspects of their previous hosts. Around 23,000 BC, a Trill symbiont named Sef enticed a walker to the Pool in which it lived and entered its pouch becoming the first joined Trill. (DIS: "Forget Me Not") Trill could be found visiting Vulcan early-23rd century. Trill (Alpha Quadrant) All Trills in the series were shown with the spots instead, no reasoning given. 23, No. Die Trill sind eine Spezies, bei der eine ausgewählte Minderheit mit einem Symbionten vereinigt ist. (Hidden File 05, DS9 Season 1 DVD special features), Michael Westmore applying Terry Farrell's Trill makeup, On DS9, Dax's Trill makeup was regularly applied by Michael Westmore; faced with having to select only one makeup to ordinarily apply, he chose the Trill spots, which pleased Terry Farrell and meant they spent a huge amount of time together. In ENT: "Broken Bow", Travis Mayweather mentions having visited Trillius Prime, but it is not made explicitly clear if this is the same planet as the Trill homeworld. The really big revelation was that about half of all Trills could actually be joined." Humanoide Trill haben an beiden Seiten ihres Körpers auffällige Punkte von Kopf bis Fuß. 23, No. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, p. 280), The Trill emblem (reversed) in "Rejoined. Their skin color could vary. 6/1, p. 105), Another DS9 installment that features the Trill species is "Equilibrium". 4/5, p. 44), In Mark A. Altman's opinion, the Trill had to (at least when DS9 started) be depicted in "a sort of humorous way." 44 & 46), There is relatively a lot of exposition about Trills in "Rejoined", for the benefit of viewers not intimately familiar with the species or the characters. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. In another novel, Forged in Fire, the ridged Trills were said to result from a strain of the Augment virus that managed to infect a Trill colony through visiting Klingon traders. (DS9: "Equilibrium") The competition for the few symbionts was fierce and attracted the brightest and most highly motivated of Trill society. To them, the joined nature of their culture was normal and not something they would think to comment on without prompting. It would give us all this wonderful stuff to play." Such a public example of the dual nature of the Trill brought to the forefront what had previously been a very private matter to Trill for several millennia. 32, Nos. ("New Frontiers: The Story of Deep Space Nine", DS9 Season 2 DVD special features) Once the Trill species was selected, explaining the concept of a Trill to those who auditioned for the role proved difficult, hampering the casting process. Hence, the reasons for the change were purely cosmetic. Die meisten Trill sind jedoch sogenannte "unvereinigte" Trill und leben ohne einen Symbionten. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, p. 593), While preparing to do a Los Angeles audition for the part of Ezri Dax, Trill society was one subject which Nicole de Boer questioned the production personnel about. (TV Zone, Special #34, p. 12) The resultant distinguishing marks were tested over a couple of weeks. Die Auswahl, ob ein Trill würdig für eine Vereinigung ist, wird von der Symbiosekommission beschlossen (DS9: Der Symbiont). (Cinefantastique, Vol. On average, only three hundred symbionts were available for hosting each year and about a thousand Trills apply for joining. It just has to be done every day." 86-87), The notion of structuring the DS9 episode "Playing God" around a storyline about Trills, featuring Jadzia Dax and a Trill initiate, was suggested by Michael Piller. The first season we experimented with art pens, but they would take me two or three days to get off of my skin – not pleasant!" Others had a very narrow interpretation, and freely associated with the friends and acquaintances of their previous hosts and symbionts, avoiding only those with whom their previous hosts were intimately involved. This was expanded upon in Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Volume Two. Trillsymbionten sind für ein dauerhaftes Überleben auf einen Trillwirt angewiesen; eine speziesübergreifende Vereinigung mit einem Menschen ist möglich. "Of them, the Trill seemed the most interesting," noted Michael Piller. (DIS: "Forget Me Not"), The Trill were a space-faring race by the early-23rd century, considered a generally peaceful people by the Federation. Die Trill sind eine Spezies, bei der eine ausgewählte Minderheit mit einem Symbionten vereinigt ist. Memory Alpha, das Star-Trek-Wiki ist eine Fandom-TV-Community. The Trill made their debut on television in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The … [4] [5]. 23, No. (The Official Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Magazine issue 1, p. 28), Farrell with an early test stage of the spot makeup, After Paramount executives watched the dailies of Terry Farrell in DS9 pilot "Emissary", they issued a rare ultimatum about the Trill make-up scheme. (DS9: "Destiny") By the 2240s, they could be encountered on Earth, and by 2257, it wasn't unusual to see a Trill on Qo'noS. The first appearance of a Trill was in the episode "The Host" from the fourth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation; in that early version, the personality of the being was entirely that of Odan, the symbiont within the host, whereas the personalities of the Trills in Star Trek: Deep Space Nineare a blending of the symbiont Dax and its sequential Trill hosts. Ein anderes Ritual, das Zhian'tara, dient den vereinigten Trills zur Selbsterforschung. [3], Even after both TNG and DS9 ended, Michael Westmore applied the Trill makeup one last time in 2014, applying the Trill spots to Terry Farrell's face once again, for a Star Trek convention event called Dax 539. The myth was perpetuated very carefully, though, in order to avoid widespread chaos which would probably arise if the information were made public, since the symbionts would become, essentially, objects to be fought over, as people fought to gain the few prized symbionts. 23, No. The physical process of being joined was irreversible. The novel also notes that the Trill avoidance of transporters was actually a means of avoiding the nature of the symbiote being disclosed rather than the process being dangerous to the symbiote. (DS9: \"The Siege\") It may be noted that Trill are known for having cold hands. Dieser Einfluss kann so groß werden, dass der Trill meint, den Körper des früheren Wirtes zu sehen, der sich mit ihm unterhalten und den Trill so beeinflussen kann (DS9: Freies Schußfeld). Ira Steven Behr remembered, "We just wanted to make it clear that 'This is why this is going to happen, because we're not doing a show about lesbians, we're doing a show about Trills, and to make sure you know that, we're going to tell you what Trills were.'" The disparity between Trills seen on TNG and the later Trills goes beyond makeup. ", For DS9 Season 5 outing "Let He Who Is Without Sin...", portraying the Trill spots called for extensive work by Michael Westmore. Upon coming into contact with the chamber of the parasite, it bonded with Jayvin, as well as the Vod symbiont, ultimately causing both of their deaths. Die Informationen über das Gegenstück aus dem Spiegeluniversum sind unter Völker des Spiegeluniversums zu finden. But is what Adira doing the opposite of Will Riker's Trill experience? Captains' Logs: The Unauthorized Complete Trek Voyages, Captains' Logs Supplemental - The Unauthorized Guide to the New Trek Voyages, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Official Poster Magazine, Star Trek: Federation - The First 150 Years, Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Volume Two, https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Trill?oldid=2668002. (DIS: "People of Earth"), Despite the relatively unusual nature of being a joined species, that aspect of their culture was not widely known until 2367, when the Odan symbiont had to be given a new host during the middle of tense negotiations on Peliar Zel. The description continued, "Due to an environmental disaster, they were forced to 'join' to survive. (DS9: "Invasive Procedures", "Facets", "Field of Fire"), In the mirror universe, it was unclear which side (if any) the Trill government took in the conflict between the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance and the Terran Rebellion. If the symbiont was removed from the host, symbiont and host would die within hours, even if they were otherwise healthy, unless they were implanted into another host or with another symbiont. (TV Zone, Special #34, p. 12) The DS9 makeup team thought the Trill spots would look sexier than the earlier ones, though. By the 32nd century, Trill could be found at the exchanges, but on the homeworld, reconnecting with a symbiont was considered a blessing. However, those Trills did not seem to be interested in working on methods of restoring the original Trill look, with this "sub-group" having recently (at the time the novel was set) being re-accepted back into Trill society. (DS9: "Rejoined") Beyond the illegality of it, Trills almost universally viewed reassociation as a cultural taboo, but the degree to which they followed it was up to the individual. If a host was weak, the personality of the symbiont would overwhelm it. ("Crew Dossier: Jadzia Dax", DS9 Season 2 DVD special features) Indeed, a new prosthetic forehead, much like the original, was designed by Westmore. A list of all appearances of Trills (excluding Jadzia and Ezri's 100 or more DS9 appearances). Curzon Dax, a Trill male in 2367 ", The emblem of the Trill was designed by Anthony Fredrickson. (Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts, pp. It's an alien race; it means something different to them than it does to us.'" Einen letztendlichen kanonischen Beweis für die Mitgliedschaft der ganzen Spezies gibt es nicht. Er entwickelt sich in den unterirdischen Höhlen von Mak'ala unter Aufsicht und Pflege sogenannter Guardians in einer Flüssigkeit, bis er vereinigt wird (DS9: Der Symbiont, Das Equilibrium). The transferring process was performed and supervised by a symbiont Guardian, an unjoined Trill telepath. (Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts, p. 117), At first, Trills were not to have featured as much on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as they ended up being, because the creative staff initially considered a variety of alien species for the character of Jadzia Dax. The neural parasite was first seen as it traveled in a comet passing close to the Trill homeworld. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind") Joined Trills were also extremely allergic to insect bites; the biochemical connections between the host and symbiont could not tolerate the reaction caused by the insects' venom. A Trill Medical Diagram from Star Trek: Federation - The First 150 Years. (Captains' Logs: The Unauthorized Complete Trek Voyages, p. 221), The original make-up for the Trills as seen in TNG: "The Host", For the make-up team tasked with designing the look of the Trills, the challenge was threefold: the humanoid host, the abdominal cavity, and the symbiont. Trill are humanoid lifeforms native to their home world Trill. 'Do I like raktajino or do I only think I like it?' This version was used in the Star Trek Encyclopedia, with the intended orientation. The inconsistencies between TNG and DS9 Trill were dealt with in the novels by suggesting that ridged Trills and Trills who could not be transported were subgroups of Trill society; both were mentioned or shown during the scenes on Trill, and the inability of some Trill to be transported was a plot point. Dax is a xenomorphic character in the fictional Star Trek universe. (Star Trek - Where No One Has Gone Before, paperback ed., p. 179) Afterwards, Piller remarked, "I could write a book about Trills now, but what does it mean in the day-to-day existence of these people? (DS9: "Through the Looking Glass"). So hast du deine Lieblings-Communitys immer dabei und verpasst nie wieder etwas. Es gibt allerdings produktionsinterne Gründe, die den radikalen Wechsel im Auftritt der Spezies erklären. Westmore never used a stencil, so the spots were always unique. (Cinefantastique, Vol. 6, p. 21) Actress Terry Farrell recalled how the Trill makeup was being planned when she was cast as Jadzia Dax; "[Makeup Supervisor Michael] Westmore [...] was about to put this whole thing on me [....] I didn't know that the [makeup] testing would take months to figure out that I didn't need a forehead." (DS9: "Dax", "Invasive Procedures"), The brain of a joined Trill has two cerebral nuclei and two different brain wave patterns. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, p. 279), Though Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion (p. 86) pretends the DS9 writers occasionally used a handbook called "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Trills", details about the species were actually established as and when required, such as for the DS9 episode "Invasive Procedures". Trill Ronald D. Moore noted, "The Trill were not supposed to go through transporters and we slid by it (like the original Trill makeup)." Zumindest einige Trill haben die Fähigkeit zu einer bestimmten Art von Telepathie, was aber keine Vereinigung mit einem Symbionten zur Voraussetzung hat (DS9: Facetten). Als man Terry Farrell, der Darstellerin von Jadzia Dax, im Zuge der Vorbereitungen zu den Dreharbeiten für die neue Serie Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, einen Stirnaufsatz aufgesetzt hatte, der bereits für die Trill aus der Episode Odan, der Sonder­botschafter verwendet wurde, stellten die Make-up-Designer um Michael Westmore fest, dass dieses Make-Up nicht zu Terry Farrell passte. In 2369, Julian Bashir compared them with two linked computers, which both work for the same task. (Cinefantastique, Vol. But Paramount didn't want to make me look strange." ("Crew Dossier: Jadzia Dax", DS9 Season 2 DVD special features) "I didn't want to do the exact same thing," recollected Westmore, "so we experimented around the front of Terry's face and the powers-that-be finally accepted that design." (Captains' Logs Supplemental - The Unauthorized Guide to the New Trek Voyages, p. 70) Ira Steven Behr commented, "I thought it [...] was an interesting show about Trills." Die Erinnerungen des früheren Wirtes werden dadurch so intensiv, dass sie sehr starken Einfluss auf den Trill haben. I Trill sono una specie umanoide dell'universo fantascientifico di Star Trek.Appaiono per la prima volta nella serie televisiva Star Trek - The Next Generation, nell'episodio L'ospite (The Host), ma conquistano un ruolo principale con il personaggio di Jadzia Dax nella serie Star Trek - Deep Space Nine.Ultimamente sono apparsi anche nella terza stagione di Star Trek: Discovery. The telepathic ceremony of Himantura allowed a current host to divest the symbiont of the personality and all the memories of a previous host, which were temporarily hosted in volunteers. "Otherwise, they'd all want to hang out with each other, their dear old friends from five hundred years ago, and it would become a really screwed-up society." It is not known when Trills and Humans made First Contact, but, according to DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations", Emony Dax was known to have visited Earth in the mid-23rd century, where she was apparently close to Leonard McCoy. (DS9: "A Man Alone"), The few Trill that were given a symbiont were typically joined in their early- to mid-twenties. ("Crew Dossier: Jadzia Dax", DS9 Season 3 DVD special features), The Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion proclaims, "Trills don't like heat," and observes that this can be seen when Jadzia Dax takes off parts of her uniform while on the surface of jungle planet Soukara in DS9 Season 6 entry "Change of Heart". "We'd never played up the idea in the past, but it made sense. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Official Poster Magazine, No. In 3187, two years prior to the events of Star Trek: Discovery season 3, Adira and Gray were aboard a Generation Ship traveling to the United Federation of Planets' headquarters' new location. Altman commented, "If you play it straight, it could become a kind of hokey science fiction concept." 28, No. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, p. 7) The forehead appliance was used over the course of a few weeks. Type: Wolfe especially enjoyed how the installment demonstrates that the Trill were meant to be considerably unpredictable and different from Humans. Humanoide Trill haben an beiden Seiten ihres Körpers auffällige Punkte von Kopf bis Fuß. While hosts may have romantic feelings as often as any other sentient species, symbionts tried to live on a higher, more spiritual plane and tried to rise above those sorts of temptations. Star Trek: Discovery has moved the timeline of the Star Trek universe to a bold new frontier: the 32nd century, the furthest into the future that we've traveled. (The Official Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Magazine issue 1, p. 28), Although the writers of DS9 were obviously aware of the physical differences between Odan and the Trill in DS9, no canon explanation has ever been offered. Two of Dax's ho… Joined Trills considered it quite a nuisance and viewed it as a weakness of the young. Adira is a 16-year-old human who was in love with Gray Tal, a Trill who had just become the new host of the Tal symbiont. "I think the culture is more complicated than that," he explained, "and I think this show demonstrates that complication, which I like." Die verschiedenen Wirte können unterschiedlichen Geschlechts sein (TNG: Odan, der Sonder­botschafter; DS9: Der Abgesandte, Teil I).