( Originally, Gene Roddenberry conceived Betazoid females as having four breasts. The makeup team responsible for devising this method was essentially "trapped in not doing too much," in the words of Makeup Supervisor Michael Westmore. 26) According to the novel Engines of Destiny, the Betazoids were known to the Borg as Species 1599.Le Voyage À Maxime du Camp I Pour l'enfant, amoureux de cartes et d'estampes, L'univers est égal à son vaste appétit. Mais les vrais voyageurs sont ceux-là seuls qui partent Pour partir; coeurs légers, semblables aux ballons, De leur fatalité jamais ils ne s'écartent, Et, sans savoir pourquoi, disent toujours: Allons!He is a diplomat and a scholar, and remains so despite suffering torture and countless near-death situations.He is the embodiment of the intellect-over-brutality ideal that "Star Trek" built its legacy on.Other times they were totally unable to read corporeal creature's minds, such as Ferengi and Changelings.Data theorized that the reason they may not have been able to read Ferengi was the structure of their brains.
( Due to their telepathy, Betazoid culture embraced honesty almost to a point considered rude by other cultures.
The worst -- we're looking at you "Voyager" and "Enterprise" -- leave fans wondering if there's a point to their existence.
A quick note, to keep the list manageable, we're restricting the list to the main cast of the five "Trek" shows before "Discovery." That means you won't be seeing movie villains like Khan or recurring characters like Q.
Externally, Betazoids were physically indistinguishable from Humans in every aspect but one: the irises of their eyes were completely black.
They could cross-breed with Humans, along with other humanoid races like Klingons and Tavnians.