Damiani

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  • Appearance: Mammalian
    • Green skin (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
    • Bone-like horns from temples, forehead (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
    • Pure-silver eyes (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
  • Homeworld: Damiano
  • Biological notes
    • Three-sexed species (SCE Short Story: "Invincible, Book One"; Novel: Articles of the Federation)
      • Male-analogue
        • Pronouns: he/him (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
      • Female-analogue
        • Pronouns: she/her (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
      • Cogenitor
        • Pronouns: it/its (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
      • Gender analogues very broad, not actually biologically analogous to traditional humanoid sexes (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
    • During reign of Pad'gy D'ullh, genetically engineered caste of telepaths created under his order (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
      • Known as Hed'em'disol (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
      • Caste extinct by 24th century (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
      • Possessed telepathic memetic weapon known as the "chova" (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
        • Caused the target's mind to relive its worst failures (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
          • First manifests as dreams (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
          • Progresses to hallucinations (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
          • Eventually leads to madness (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
  • Cultural notes
    • Damiani faith
    • General cultural mores for centuries considered any relationships outside a triple as perverse (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
      • Attitudes softened over time, especially so following Federation membership (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
    • Name format
      • Initial name serves as personal identifier (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
      • Second name begins with single-letter prefix followed by apostrophe, ends with gender identifier (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
        • ullh: Male-analogue (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
        • ullho: Cogenitor-analogue (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")
        • ullhy: Female-analogue (TNG Comic: "Perchance to Dream")