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The following is a list of characters in the mirror universe who were not explicitly named.
Imperial Starfleet personnelEdit
Commander in ChiefEdit
This grizzled old man served as the Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Starfleet during the early 2260s. After James Kirk assassinated Christopher Pike, he presented Pike's command insignia to the C-in-C as proof of the assassination. The C-in-C then gave Kirk command of the Enterprise. (Mirror Universe short story: "The Greater Good")
Klingon-Cardassian Alliance personnelEdit
A jailkeeper who was responsible for keeping an eye on Selar while she was in custody on Celtris III. After Selar took her own life, this jailkeeper was locked up in her cell for negligence. (TNG novella: The Worst of Both Worlds)
A Bajoran religious official who fled Qo'noS in an Antares-class carrier when the Borg approached. She believed the Borg signaled the coming of the Day of Reckoning, and escaped with a group of orphans. She urged Jean-Luc Picard to flee as well, but offered him a blessing from the Prophets when he was determined to confront the Borg. (TNG novella: The Worst of Both Worlds)
Hebitia tactical officerEdit
The tactical officer of Madred's ship, the Hebitia. He panicked slightly when the ship's systems were affected by an Iconian computer probe, and was unable to use the ship's disruptors or torpedoes. He was killed when the Hebitia was destroyed by the probe. (TNG novella: The Worst of Both Worlds)
After leaving the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance to join the Terran Rebellion, Seska kept in touch with a friend who ran the comm relays in the Chin'toka system. He was presumably Cardassian, as Seska despised Klingons. In 2371, he told Seska about comm traffic between the Bak'rikan and Ardana. (VOY novella: The Mirror-Scaled Serpent)
An unnamed contact made by Benjamin Sisko while he was in the employ of Intendant Kira Nerys. Sisko was able to keep this contact for some time, and eventually bought from him a small flitter ship. Sisko gave the ship to Chakotay, who named it Geronimo. (VOY novella: The Mirror-Scaled Serpent)
Tuvok has an undisclosed number of children, which include Sek and Asil. Like the rest of Tuvok's family, his children are officially considered dead, murdered by the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance, but are in reality gathering intelligence as part of a secret wide-spread Vulcan resistance organization. Tuvok's children may include mirror counterparts of Varith and Elieth. (VOY novel: Pathways; VOY novella: The Mirror-Scaled Serpent)
In 2318, Tuvok initiated in a mind-meld with a willing Vulcan participant, under controlled conditions. This may have been a member of Tuvok's family. The next time Tuvok would participate in a mind-meld was fifty-three years, ten months, and three days later, with Kes, under less ideal conditions. (VOY novella: The Mirror-Scaled Serpent)
In the late 2240s or early 2250s, this guard served at the Klingon outpost on Donatu V. He killed Malhotra during a battle and was subsequently killed by Commodore Robert April in revenge. (Mirror Universe short story: "Ill Winds")
This scientist manned the outpost at Donatu V and was captured by Imperial Starfleet forces that stormed the base. He was interrogated by Sarah April and revealed that he had been sending data to H'atoria. The scientist was then killed by Robert April. (Mirror Universe short story: "Ill Winds")