- This page details Typhuss James Halliwell in the primary universe; for the Typhuss James Halliwell in the mirror universe see Typhuss James Halliwell (mirror); for the Typhuss James Halliwell in the alternate reality created by Nero's temporal incursion see Typhuss James Halliwell (alternate reality); for the Typhuss James Halliwell in all other alternate universes see Typhuss James Halliwell (alternates).
- For the Alterius Sexus universe counterpart, see Gabrielle Jamie Halliwell.
- For the alternate mirror universe counterpart, see Typhuss James Halliwell (AMU).
- For the dark mirror universe counterpart, see Typhuss James Halliwell (DMU).
- For other uses, see Typhuss James Halliwell.
|Typhuss James Halliwell|
Captain Typhuss James Kira in 2381
|Full Name:||Typhuss James Kira|
|Known aliases:|| Red Arrow,|
The Red Arrow
|Height:||5' 10" (178 cm)|
|Birthplace:||San Francisco, California, Earth|
|Born:||August 18th, 2333|
Starfleet Criminal Investigative Service,
Special Victims Unit,
Starfleet Security Reserve,
House of Korath,
House of Kori
|Sibling(s):|| Piper Halliwell|
(sister, deceased, 2386),
Michael Alan Halliwell
|Spouse(s):|| Kira Nerys|
(m. 2354, divorced)
(m. 2354, divorced)
(m. 2354-2359, 2388, divorced)
(m. 2359-2375, deceased)
|Children:|| Kira Hoshi Sato|
Shakaar Edon Kira
Kira Meru II
(with Kira Nerys),
(with Selina Kyle)
(with Jane Smith)
Adria Mal Doran
(with Vala Mal Doran)
(with Kori Chazmok),
(with Miranda Tate),
(with Leslie Thompkins)
|Other relatives:|| Reba Halliwell|
Barbra Jean Halliwell
(grandmother, deceased, 2384),
Jonathan J. Halliwell
Robert James Halliwell
|Occupation:|| Starfleet officer,|
Starfleet Security Reserve agent,
Starfleet Intelligence agent/operative,
Sanctuary Network agent,
|Previous Assignment:|| science officer,|
strategic operations officer,
Deep Space 9
|Assignment:|| Starfleet Command|
strategic operations officer,
Deep Space 9 (II),
Member of Team Arrow
Typhuss as Red Arrow
- "You know when I was little I always wanted to be in Starfleet it is what I was born to do."
- — Typhuss to Phoebe Halliwell, 2382
Typhuss James Halliwell, also known as Typhuss James Halliwell-Kira and as Typhuss James Kira is a male Human Starfleet officer who served aboard the Intrepid-class starship USS Voyager, for her seven-year voyage in the Delta Quadrant as science officer. After playing a key role in bringing the Stargate Program into existence as a member of SG-1 during the 2360s, Typhuss has collabortated on almost all of Earth's advanced technology from the Daedalus-class battlecruisers, Naquadah generators, the F-302, and many more and a host of other alien technology. His expertise has saved Earth from attack numerous times and his knowledge, wisdom and courage have held him in high regard among many other Humans. Upon Voyager's return to the Alpha Quadrant, Typhuss was promoted to Captain and given the command of the Galaxy-class starship USS Intrepid. The highlights of his career were centered around assignments as commanding officer of the Federation starships: the USS Zeus, the USS Intrepid, and the USS Intrepid-A. Typhuss along with his Bajoran wife Kira Nerys has a deep sensual belief in the Bajoran faith of their Gods, the Prophets. Typhuss became a vigilante and member of Team Arrow using Red Arrow as his code-name, stylized as the "Red Archer". When Typhuss joined Oliver's crusade to save Starling City from crime and corruption in 2378, becoming the hooded vigilante known as The Red Arrow, Quentin Lance called him The Vigilante. Armed with a bow and arrow, The Red Arrow was willing to use wlethal force, but after the Undertaking, Typhuss vowed never to kill again unless absolutely necessary, renaming himself Red Arrow. Typhuss became the first Starfleet officer to successfully explore the Delta Quadrant with the USS Voyager, encountering dozens of new planets and civilizations over the course of seven years. While there, Typhuss and Voyager also survived numerous encounters with the Borg. Typhuss's heroism during his long Starfleet career earned him a promotion to the rank of Vice Admiral in 2388 and Admiral in 2409. His usual salutation was Admiral.
- ATA gene status: Positive - Natural carrier
- Serial number: SP 948-326-413
- Active rank: Vice Admiral
- Most recent assignment: Commanding officer of the USS Intrepid-A (2378-2385, 2385-present)
- Previous assignments:
- Commanding officer, USS Intrepid (2377-2378)
- Commanding officer, third officer, science officer, USS Zeus (2354-2355)
- Science officer, USS California (2355-2359)
- Science officer, USS Kansas (2360-2367, 2367-2371)
- Science officer, USS Brattain (2367, temporary duty assignment)
- Science officer, USS Voyager (2371-2377)
In the far, distant past, at least one Ancient became an ancestor in Halliwell's family line, passing down the Ancient Technology Activation gene to him.
At some point in 2370 he also met and befriended Laurel Lance. He also met Oliver Queen at the same time and the two became friends. Typhuss also met Laurel's sister Sara Lance in 2370 and they became friends. (Star Trek: Intrepid)
Destruction of the IowaEdit
In 2350, Typhuss and his mother were on board the USS Iowa for a visit with his grandfather, Admiral Jonathan James Halliwell. Then the Iowa came under attack by a Romulan warbird. When the Romulans discovered the Iowa, they quickly charged their weapons, and the Iowa went to red alert and began fighting off torpedoes launched from the Romulan vessel. The first hit took out the warp drive and reduced main power to 38%. The second torpedo disabled the Iowa's atmospheric stabilization and collapsed its shields. The Iowa was easily overcome, Jonathan immediately ordered evasive action and the firing of all weapons, and the Iowa began taking fire from the Romulan vessel again. Typhuss took over tactical when the tactical officer was killed. Knowing that the Iowa would be no match for the onslaught of torpedoes from the Romulan ship 12 mintues later, Halliwell ordered General Order 13: the evacuation of the ship. Cadet Halliwell stayed for four or five mintues to fight the Romulan warbird before being ordered to adandon ship. Typhuss made it to the shuttle where his mother was on board.
Once all shuttlecraft had been launched, Halliwell used the Iowa to cover their escape. With no other options left, he plotted a collision course, intending to use the ship's autopilot to ram the Romulan warbird. Halliwell was, however, forced to remain on the Iowa, rather than join his daughter and grandson aboard shuttle 37, when it was discovered that the warbird had destroyed the Iowa's autopilot function, leaving him to pilot the ship manually. Halliwell then piloted the ship until it rammed into the Romulan warbird, severely damaging it.
The Iowa was destroyed, but Halliwell's sacrifice ensured the survival of the escaping shuttles, his sacrifice saved the lives of some 800 people, including those of his daughter and grandson. The shuttles were rescued by Starfleet a week later after the destruction of the USS Iowa.
Typhuss entered Starfleet Academy in 2350 at the age of 17. Typhuss took classes to become a bridge officer. Typhuss also took fighting classes so he knew how to fight. Typhuss took Interspecies Protocol in his first year at the academy. In 2350, Typhuss took the Kobayashi Maru scenario. Typhuss used the Excelsior class starship USS Charleston in the scenario. Typhuss engaged two Romulan warbirds. Typhuss destroyed one Romulan warbird and disabled the other. Then destroyed the freighter, backing up his decision by suggesting that more than likely the crew was dead, and it was just a trap. He also reasoned that the crew would prefer this to capture and torture from their adversaries. Typhuss James Halliwell recorded one of the highest scores for the test in the Academy's history.
Typhuss also took Zero-G combat training in his second year at the academy. Typhuss also took classes such as Engineering, Klingon Physiology, Survival Strategies, Temporal Mechanics and Transporter Theory in his third year at the academy. Typhuss also took classes such as Forensic Psychology, Basic Warp Design, Advanced hand-to-hand combat and Early Starfleet History in his fourth year at the academy. During his years in the academy, he met John Taggart, who he became freinds with.
In 2353, when Typhuss was a third year cadet, he encountered Helen Magnus on Earth, the woman who saved him three years ago from thugs attacking him. Upon graduation in 2354, the two were assigned to duty aboard Starbase 32. In 2354, Typhuss graduated from Starfleet Academy. After graduation from Starfleet Academy, Typhuss took more training and became a science officer. Typhuss was promoted to Ensign, and assigned to the USS Zeus. Typhuss was also assigned to Starbase 32. Later that year Typhuss was assigned to work in Starfleet Intelligence and was promoted to Lieutenant Junior Grade.
All Starfleet officers who accepted assignment to Starfleet Intelligence or the Security and Tactical Division of the Starfleet Support Services Section were subjected to an accelerated course of SFMC training in a holographic environmental simulator program called "The Crucible." Typhuss was subjected to an accelerated course of SFMC training in a holographic environmental simulator program called "The Crucible." This program had the effect of subjecting the prospective Starfleet Marine to the equivalent of four long years of SFMC training in the span of only two short weeks.
Upon graduation in 2354, Typhuss was assigned to duty aboard Starbase 32 as science officer. Typhuss served on Starbase 32 for 7 months.
The USS ZeusEdit
In 2354, Typhuss served on the USS Zeus, a Ambassador-class starship as science officer along with his wife Samantha Carter with the rank of Ensign and later Lieutenant Junior Grade. Typhuss also served as third officer aboard the USS Zeus. When his captain was killed during a battle with a Cardassian warship in the Beloti sector, Typhuss took command of the Zeus, serving as captain from 2354 to 2355. The doctors tired to save Thomas Johnson but his wounds were too bad and he died. In 2355, the Zeus was involved in a truce offering by the Federation in the Beloti sector. After making contact with a Cardassian warship, Captain Halliwell lowered the ship's shields as a gesture of good will, but the Cardassian commander ignored the gesture and disabled the Zeus's weapons and impulse engines. The Zeus retreated from the sector with the warship in pursuit, the Zeus managed to regroup and flee. In 2355, Halliwell relinquished command of the Zeus.
Typhuss fought in the Federation-Cardassian War from 2354 until 2366. When his captain was killed during a battle with a Cardassian warship in the Beloti sector, Typhuss took command of the Zeus serving as captain from 2354 to 2355. In 2355, the Zeus was involved in a truce offering by the Federation in the Beloti sector. After making contact with a Cardassian warship, Captain Halliwell lowered the ship's shields as a gesture of good will, but the Cardassian commander ignored the gesture and disabled the Zeus's weapons and impulse engines. The Zeus retreated from the sector with the warship in pursuit, the Zeus managed to regroup and flee.In 2355, Halliwell relinquished command of the Zeus. Although fighting ended in 2366 when a ceasefire was agreed between the two powers, the state of war wasn't formally ended until 2370 with the signing of the Federation-Cardassian Treaty of 2370.
The USS CaliforniaEdit
In 2355, Typhuss served on the USS California, a Excelsior-class starship as science officer along with his wife Samantha Carter with the rank of Lieutenant Junior Grade. Typhuss and Samantha served on the California from 2355 to 2359, during that year Typhuss divorced Samantha Carter after five years of marriage.
In 2354, Typhuss James Halliwell joined Starfleet Intelligence. Typhuss's boss within Starfleet Intelligence is Director Jennifer Shepard. During his early days at Starfleet Intelligence, Typhuss worked with agents Nikita Mears, Michael Bishop, Alexandra Udinov, Seymour Birkhoff, Sonya, Sam Matthews, Sean Pierce, Ryan Fletcher and went on many missions with them. Typhuss also worked with Pamela Landy in the 2350s, 2360s and 2370s during his days as a SI agent and SI operative. Typhuss worked with Kiera Cameron, Claire Denham, Gracie Hart, Janet McKaren, Sam Fuller, Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in the 2360s and 2370s.
In 2385, Shepard was replaced as Director of Starfleet Intelligence by Vice Admiral Marta Batanides. Typhuss had to get used to his new Director, Vice Admiral Marta Batanides. Vice Admiral Batanides made Shepard Director of Covert Ops. As of 2388 Shepard is still Director of Covert Ops. By 2389, Shepard was still Director of Covert Ops.
Assignment to the X-FilesEdit
In March 2360, Typhuss attended a meeting where his career was reviewed by SI Division Chief Scott Blevins. He was instructed by Section Chief Blevins to work with Fox Mulder, whom he already knew by reputation. Because of Blevins' belief that Mulder had developed a consuming devotion to the X-files, Typhuss was assigned to assist his new partner in his investigations of the files, to write field reports on their activities, and to provide observations on the validity of their work.
Re-opening of the X-FilesEdit
Galen border conflictsEdit
Typhuss fought in the Galen border conflicts on the planet Castal I. The Galen border conflicts were a series of skirmishes between the United Federation of Planets and the Talarian government, fought over a three-day period in the late 2350s. Although technologically inferior to the Federation, the Talarians compensated by a willingness to fight to the death and the employment of unconventional guerrilla tactics. One such tactic was to send out a general distress call from an abandoned Talarian observation craft, then triggering the ship's auto-destruct program when Starfleet personnel beamed aboard to investigate. This tactic was responsible for some 219 fatalities over a three day period during the conflict.
The conflict took place over several border planets, including Castal I and Galen IV. In 2357, the Federation colony on Galen IV was overrun and destroyed by Talarian forces, who saw the Federation colonists as encroaching on their territory. There was only one survivor: a four-year-old Human boy named Jeremiah Rossa. His parents had been killed, and Jeremiah was adopted by the Talarian captain Endar, who had led the attack. Endar, who lost his own son earlier at Castal I, had acted on a quid pro quo basis in accordance with Talarian tradition.
Eventually, a peace agreement was signed between the two powers, which included the return of all prisoners of war. Relations between the two powers remained cordial until 2367, when Jeremiah was rescued from a disabled observation craft by the USS Enterprise-D. War nearly erupted again when Endar demanded the return of his adopted son, whom he had named Jono, while Jeremiah's natural relatives wished for him to be returned to the Federation. An armed conflict was averted when Captain Jean-Luc Picard decided to return Jono to the Talarians, since it is that home which he had known most of his life.
Starfleet Criminal Investigative ServiceEdit
Special Victims Unit and Gibb's SCIS teamEdit
In 2360, Typhuss James Halliwell joined the Starfleet Criminal Investigative Service and Special Victims Unit (SVU). Typhuss became Olivia Benson's partner in SVU, from 2360 to 2371. Gibbs then put Anthony DiNozzo , Caitlin Todd, Typhuss James Halliwell and later Timothy McGee and, following Kate's death in 2370, Ziva David onto his SCIS team. In 2361, Olivia and Typhuss were chasing an Andorian pirate named Sha'Kev, after Sha'Kev killed a Starfleet Ensign named Masaro. Later Sha'Kev escaped to New York city with Olivia and Typhuss following him. Later Olivia and Typhuss captured Sha'Kev. Sha'Kev was placed in a Federation prison.
In 2362, Olivia and Typhuss were ordered to track down former Starfleet Lieutenant Milo Surgant and former Cardassian Glinn Betras. Olivia and Typhuss later found Milo Surgant and Betras at a spaceport on Andoria. Milo Surgant and Betras were able to escape the two SCIS officers when Orion pirate Siroc transported them to his Orion raider.
In 2366, Olivia and Typhuss were ordered to track down former Starfleet Lieutenant Milo Surgant and former Cardassian Glinn Betras again. This time they were able to arrest former Starfleet Lieutenant Milo Surgant and former Cardassian Glinn Betras. Orion pirate Siroc was unable to transport Milo Surgant and Betras to his raider because the USS Enterprise-D disabled their transporters.
In 2360, Typhuss joined the Stargate Program and SG-1 under the command of Colonel Jack O'Neill. Typhuss was initially involved with the Earth Stargate Program and later became a leading member on the Atlantis Expedition and also a member of the expedition's flagship team, the First Atlantis Reconnaissance Team, having been involved with the Earth Stargate Program for many years prior to becoming a member of the Atlantis Expedition. When he joined the expedition to Starbase Atlantis, he was very eager to be part of the expedition.
In 2365, after the discovery of an interdimensional device termed as an Quantum Mirror, Samantha and Typhuss while reviewing scans of an unmanned probe sent into the mirror, they had discovered the remains of a heavily armed ship within this other reality along with several pieces of technology left in tact. Utilizing a portable tractor grid to drag it in Sam and Typhuss discover several new technologies along with a mechanical repair unit that appeared quite similar to a Earth/alien hybrid probe that was discovered by Captain James T. Kirk in the 2260s.
The USS KansasEdit
In 2360, Typhuss served on the USS Kansas, a Galaxy-class starship as science officer with the rank of Lieutenant. Typhuss served on the Kansas from 2360 to 2371. In 2367, Typhuss was temporary assigned to the USS Brattain, a Miranda-class starship as the science officer. Two days before the Brattain mysteriously disappeared, Typhuss transferred back to the USS Kansas. Then Typhuss was assigned to the USS Voyager, a Intrepid class starship as science officer. In 2371, the USS Kansas's mission was to meet the USS Yorktown at Deep Space 9 for final crew members and personnel before continuing on to the Gamma Quadrant for it’s mission of exploration. While at DS9 Captain Walker received his final orders via Commander Sisko. The standing orders were primarily exploration and the Kansas was only to fire in defence and only if communications were unavailable. Captain Walker relayed the orders to his ship and departed DS9 and entered the wormhole officially starting its first mission into the Gamma Quadrant. The Kansas came under attack from a Jem'Hadar attack ship, while retrieving one of her long range shuttles. The Kansas managed to destroy the ship after hails were ignored by the Jem'Hadar. Due to extensive damage on the star drive section, Captain Walker gave the order to return to the wormhole. The Kansas arrived at DS9 requesting permission to dock at one of the upper pylons Commander Sisko agreed. Walker gave his report to Starfleet Command via subspace. On stardate 48315.6, Typhuss leaves the Kansas after 11 years and was assigned to the USS Voyager as science officer by Captain Kathryn Janeway.
Typhuss fought in the Tholian War, from 2354 to 2360. During this war, the Tholians demonstrated an uncanny ability to absorb punishment while striking vulnerable Federation rear positions along with using the dangerous areas of chaotic space to their advantage. It was noted that no core Tholian colony was ever occupied and Starfleet was only able to penetrate a few parsecs into the Tholian territorial annexes. The conflict ended when the Tholians requested a truce, something that caught the Federation by surprise.
Typhuss fought in the Tzenkethi War, from 2360 to 2364. The USS Kansas, under Captain Joseph Walker and science officer Typhuss James Halliwell, was engaged in action against the Tzenkethi during the war. During the war, the Kansas pursued three Tzenkethi raiders into an asteroid belt. Several members of the Kansas crew died during the war. The Tzenkethi War had ended by 2364.
Member of the Andorian Imperial GuardEdit
The USS BrattainEdit
In 2367, Typhuss was temporary assigned to the USS Brattain, a Miranda-class starship as the science officer. Two days before the Brattain mysteriously disappeared, Typhuss transferred back to the USS Kansas. Typhuss later learned the Brattain mysteriously disappeared and was discovered by the USS Enterprise-D twenty nine days later, trapped in a Tyken's Rift near an uncharted binary star system. An investigation by the Enterprise crew discovered all but one of the ship's crew died under circumstances of violent suicides and homicides, determined to be caused by severe REM sleep deprivation.
Encounters with the XenomorphEdit
In 2367, Typhuss, Ripley and Sarah first encounterd the Xenomorph on a freighter, the Nostromo. The remaining surviving Starfleet personnel and crew members ultimately decided on destroying the Nostromo in order to kill the alien. Only Lieutenants Ripley and Halliwell and Major Mackenzie escaped the destruction of the Nostromo in the shuttlecraft Narcissus. Unknown by him that the creature had also snuck onboard the shuttlecraft by camouflaging itself in a small crevice, but Ripley finally manage to kill it by blowing it out an airlock and igniting it with the engines. Ripley activates the shuttlecraft's auto pilot and sets it on a course for the Kansas. It would remain on auto pilot in space for twelve days until it was recovered by the crew of the USS Kansas. The crew was immediately transferred to the USS Kansas for medical care. Typhuss was visibly traumatized by his experience and had recurring nightmares related to the creature.
- "I am not going back, and I can't go back and I would not be any good to you if I did."
- — Halliwell, to Burke and Gorman
Later that year, Typhuss encounterd the Xenomorph during an investigation mission on LV-426 after the colony lost contact with Starfleet Command along with Ellen Ripley, Dwayne Hicks and Sarah Mackenzie. The only survivors of the rescue attempt include Corporal Dwayne Hicks, Ellen Ripley, Newt, Sarah Mackenzie and Typhuss James Halliwell. After the mission to LV-426, Typhuss was visibly traumatized by his experience and had recurring nightmares related to the creature.
Some time later, he was approached by Burke and Lieutenant Gorman of the Starfleet Marine Corps, who delivered the news that contact with the Hadley's Hope colony had been lost. While Typhuss initially refused to take part in the proposed investigation, his recurring nightmares eventually convinced him to join the mission and confront his fears. Typhuss accompanied Burke and Gorman's marines back to LV-426 aboard the USS Sulaco on the promise that they would not capture but destroy whatever extraterrestrials they encountered.
The Sanctuary NetworkEdit
- "I see great potential in you, Typhuss. Good Starfleet officers come and go, but the great ones have always seen beyond the boundaries of science, beyond the known. The great ones dare to believe in the unbelievable."
- — Helen Magnus to Typhuss James Halliwell, 2370
After being recruited by Dr. Magnus in her work at the Old City Sanctuary in 2370, Typhuss discovers a new and strange world that is both unbelievable yet completely plausible to him. While his ideas have put him ahead of his time, he finds the world of "Abnormals" to be fantastical in a way he can ultimately understand. Although Typhuss was less than comfortable at first, he has proven himself invaluable in gaining the confidence of his first patient, an Abnormal child. This only serves to prove that Magnus was right about his instinct and genuine thirst to know the truth. And she knows that he will prove invaluable to the Sanctuary. His choice to stay at the Sanctuary is made after a conversation with Dr. Magnus when she reveals her deepest secrets to him. His willingness to learn and his need to know the truth prove to be important factors in Magnus's choice in Typhuss as her protegé and prove to be helpful to everyone in the Sanctuary.
Later that year Helen, Typhuss and Will Zimmerman used the Nautilus, a submarine privately owned by Helen to travel to the Bermuda Triangle to investigate the loss of contact with the merfolk. While visiting the Bermuda Triangle, Dr. Magnus, Typhuss and Will Zimmerman encounter what appears to be a massacre among the merfolk. They later discover that a parasite that infested their brains had caused the creatures to tear each other apart.
The only way to remove the parasite from the host appears to be killing the host. Typhuss was forced to do this, namely asphyxiate Magnus when she became infected with the parasite and threatened to kill them all by taking their submarine down so deep that it would have imploded. After exiting from Magnus's body the parasite was easily frozen by Typhuss before he revived Magnus.
Typhuss's status as Magnus's protegé seems to give him additional prestige within the Sanctuary Network, with some people suggesting that Magnus is grooming him to take charge of the Sanctuary Network. This is confirmed later by Magnus when she admits to Typhuss that one day Typhuss may have to lead the Sanctuary without her, suggesting that in her absence, Typhuss is the next in line to take over her position. This is further confirmed later when the House Heads for all the Sanctuary facilities worldwide unanimously decide to appoint Typhuss as the acting head of the global Sanctuary Network in the face of Magnus's disappearance. Upon Helen's return Typhuss gladly transfers control of the global network back to Helen. As Magnus's second in command, Typhuss has knowledge of all aspects of the Sanctuary Network as well as access to all of Magnus's contacts and resources.
In 2386, the Old City branch was invaded by agents of the Abnormal Insurgency, led by Caleb. Helen Magnus was able to defeat them with the help of her team. A year after the battle the Sanctuary team abonanded the Sanctuary in order to go into hiding at the new Underground Sanctuary. (Sanctuary)
Encounter with Section 31Edit
In 2371, Agent Luther Sloan of the rogue intelligence agency called Section 31 unsuccessfully attempted to recruit Typhuss into the un-sanctioned spy agency's ranks shortly before Voyager's mission to the Badlands.
In the Delta QuadrantEdit
Aborad the USS VoyagerEdit
In 2371, Typhuss was assigned to the USS Voyager as science officer by Captain Kathryn Janeway. Voyager's first mission was to travel into the Badlands to locate Chakotay and his Maquis crew, along with Lieutenant Tuvok, who was operating undercover.
Once the final crew complement arrived, the USS Voyager departed Deep Space 9 and headed into the Badlands. Shortly after entering the Badlands, Voyager was transported over 70,000 light years across the galaxy to the Delta Quadrant by the Caretaker, a member of the Nacene species. Eventually it was revealed that the Caretaker had pulled Voyager across the galaxy in the hopes of finding a people who could care for the nearby Ocampa. After the Caretaker's death, Janeway was forced to destroy the Caretaker's technology in order to protect the Ocampan race from the opportunistic Kazon Ogla. This act stranded Typhuss, Voyager, and both the Starfleet and Maquis crews in the Delta Quadrant. Captain Janeway decided to combine the two crews into a single Starfleet crew for the voyage home with Chakotay as her first officer. She also accepted trader Neelix and his companion Kes. (VOY episode "Caretaker")
Their hopes of returning home were renewed when Voyager came upon a micro-wormhole that ended in the Alpha Quadrant. Captain Janeway made contact with a Romulan ship captained by Telek R'Mor. They successfully transported R'Mor through the wormhole onto Voyager and to the Delta Quadrant, only to find out that that R'Mor was from twenty years in the past. Heartbroken, Captain Janeway asked R'Mor to at least transmit the crews' messages twenty years later to their loved ones. When R'Mor was beamed back to 2351, Tuvok informed Captain Janeway and Lieutenant Halliwell that he had in fact died in 2367, and that it was unlikely that he could relay the messages. (VOY episode: "Eye of the Needle")
Janeway then responded to a distress signal from Talaxian Captain Acrux's ship stuck in a ion storm. She was then able to use the transporters to beam Acrux's crew aboard, but they were pulled into a quantum fissure's dimensional plane. Janeway then gave Chakotay and Neelix bands that to help them return. However, Janeway became duplicitous when she thought about how the Talaxians got themselves into the situation. She and Tuvok then found out that they were Trabe agents trying to steal their technology. She then investigated energy spikes that took The Doctor and merged her holo-novel and the Beowulf holo-novel. Following that incident Janeway was then taken hostage by Acrux and his mercenaries as Trabe Captain Nagrom's ship attacked. However she was able to subdue them and fight off the Trabe ship. (VOY comics: "The Storm", "Under Ion Skies", "Repercussions")
Following that incident, Janeway was forced to look for duranium when Voyager was running low on supplies. Janeway was forced to set the phasers to 1/100 power to disable a Kazon raider. Janeway then asked Neelix where the nearest supply of duranium, which was Praja. However, Janeway was told by the Doctor that a botanical plague had devastated. Despite that, she allowed Neelix and an away team to investigate the planet. She continued to hail the planet without little success. She, the Doctor, Kim and Kes then examined the virus that poisoned the planet and found that it was not native to Praja. Janeway refused to mine the Duranium with the colonists consent despite Torres's objections. However, Janeway was able to come an arrangement with the Cambrog survivors to mine Duranium in exchange for emergency rations, supplies and to help eliminate the plague. Janeway and Voyager then came under attack by Kazon-Oglamar mining ships. Janeway then used Lieutenant Paris's idea to trick the Kazon into believing that they were crashing. Janeway was able to get the duranium for the phasers and force the Kazon to withdraw. After Janeway had the planet sprayed with healthy bacteria that would heal the planet. (VOY comics: "Homeostasis, Part One", "The Conclusion")
At the end of the year, Voyager received a message from Seska saying that she had given birth to Chakotay's son and that the child was in danger of becoming a slave to the Kazon. The crew was immediately suspicious that Seska was luring Voyager into a trap, but rallied behind Chakotay and his responsibility to his son. After recovering Tierna, one of Seska's aids, Voyager set a course toward Kazon territory. Unfortunately the crew's initial skepticism proved to be correct: Seska's message was a setup, and during the ensuing battle, Voyager was captured and the crew was marooned on Hanon IV - a desolate planet in an early stage of its evolution. (VOY: "Basics, Part I")
Tom Paris had managed to escape the ship in a shuttle and reach a nearby Talaxian colony. While stranded on a hostile planet when the Kazon took over Voyager, he helped rescue Neelix and Kes from a primitive tribe on the planet. Chakotay also won the friendship of the tribe when he saved one of them from a lava flow. With the help of the Talaxians, The Doctor, and Lon Suder, who had been mistakenly left behind during the capture of Voyager, Paris and the Talaxians were able to retake Voyager and rescue the crew on Hanon IV at the end of 2372. Seska was killed during the conflict, and her child was later found to be Maje Culluh's, Culluh taking the child with him. Voyager left Kazon space a short time later when it went to maximum warp while in a nearby nebula in 2373 to resume their course home. (VOY: "Basics, Part II")
Among all of his relationships with the crew, Typhuss had developed a specially close friendship with young Harry Kim. Their friendship was put to the test when they were accused of terrorist activities they did not commit and held in an Akritirian maximum security detention facility more than three hundred meters underground. There, they were controlled by a neural implant called a clamp, which induced paranoia and violence. Even though Captain Janeway was able to prove their innocence, the authorities refused to release them. The three men suffered horribly in the prison and the stress of prison and the neural implants did take its toll on the three of them: when Paris once, suffering from delirium, dismantled a tool Kim was going to use for an escape attempt, Kim and Halliwell, enraged at what Paris had done, lost control and almost killed him. Kim and Halliwell was able to stop themselves in the last minute but realized that they had gone too far. The three men fought for each other, however, and Kim nursed Paris back to health after he was stabbed by another inmate. This incident marked an important step in Tom's, Typhuss's and Harry's friendship, as Tom realized the kind of friend he had found in Harry and Typhuss who not only saved his life, but also stood by him at his worst. (VOY episode: "The Chute")
In late December 2373, Voyager unfortunately entered Borg space. However, the crew's fears were slightly assuaged when they discovered an area of space, dubbed the "Northwest Passage", which was devoid of Borg activity. After Voyager had been passed by a fleet of fifteen Borg cubes, which had ignored the Federation starship, Harry determined that the fleet had been destroyed. Deciding to investigate, Captain Kathryn Janeway ordered Lieutenant Halliwell, Harry Kim, Commander Chakotay and Lieutenant Tuvok to transport over the wreckage of a cube and investigate. Shortly after beaming over, Harry was attacked by a member of Species 8472 and wounded, his body infected by alien cells which were destroying his own. Beamed back to Voyager for emergency treatment by the Doctor and Kes, he was eventually cured after the Doctor developed a method of modifying Borg nanoprobes to attack the alien cells. (VOY episodes: "Scorpion", "Scorpion, Part II")
Janeway then encountered a chroniton wave that took Voyager to the Battle of Wolf 359 six years earlier. As they made they way back through anomaly, they beamed several escape pod survivors onboard. Unfortunately, she was forced to send them back into the anomaly. (VOY comic: "Ghosts")
Following Janeway's brief alliance with the Borg, she took on Seven of Nine as part of her crew. Janeway and Voyager then came under attack by a alien known as the Prospector and his drones from a ocean-wide planet. (VOY episodes: "Scorpion", "Scorpion, Part II", VOY comic: "Splashdown")
When Voyager received a message from Starfleet containing personal letters from the crews' family and friends, Typhuss received a letter from home, handed out by Neelix sometime later on the bridge when Typhuss was at his station, that had been transmitted from the Alpha Quadrant over the Hirogen communications network. His sister Piper got married to her boyfriend Leo Wyatt, his family missed him and hoped that Voyager would return to the Alpha Quadrant and hoped to see him when he returned to Earth. (Star Trek: Voyager episode: "Hunters")
In 2374, while exploring a toxic, Demon-class planet, Paris, Halliwell and Kim came into contact with the planet's atmosphere and were bioformed. The planet's metallic fluid, the Silver Blood, created duplicates of Paris, Halliwell and Kim because it sought consciousness and sentience. That silver blood finally released Voyager after the crew agreed to be duplicated to populate the planet. (Star Trek: Voyager episode: "Demon")
At the beginning of 2375 on Voyager, Captain Kathryn Janeway was in a coma and Harry Kim and Tom Paris were both missing and presumed dead. Now acting-captain Chakotay reorganized the senior staff and Typhuss was given Tom Paris's old position at conn. (VOY - String Theory novel: Evolution)
In 2375, the USS Voyager entered Devore space, carrying a number of telepathic Brenari refugees, who they had rescued from a freighter. The Brenari and the telepathic members of Voyager's crew were hidden in transporter suspension during the inspections. Voyager was able to bring the Brenari to an intermittent cyclical vortex out of Devore space. (VOY episode: "Counterpoint")
Later that year, Lieutenant Commander Tuvok, Ensign Tom Paris, Lieutenant Halliwell and The Doctor were on a shuttle mission in a shuttle when they encountered a subspace sinkhole which damaged their engines and threw them into a subspace pocket, within which was a three-planet system. The shuttle crash-landed on the planet, damaging The Doctor's mobile emitter and leaving the shuttle irretrievable and was taught survival techniques by Noss, an alien female who had fallen in love with Tuvok. When the crew was rescued three months later, the shuttle remains were abandoned. (VOY episode: "Gravity")
In 2375, Voyager discovered another Federation ship lost in the Delta Quadrant, the USS Equinox, captained by Rudolph Ransom. Typhuss was part of the away team to the Equinox led by Captain Janeway. Ransom explained that his ship was attacked by creatures that killed much of his crew. The crew was beamed to Voyager for medical attention and the Voyager crew attempted to repair the Equinox. Janeway discovered that the reason the creatures were attacking the Equinox was that Ransom had been capturing them and using them for fuel for the ship. Janeway confronted Ransom and arrested him and his crew. The EMH for the Equinox, which was beamed aboard Voyager, helped the crew escape back to the Equinox. They disabled Voyager, kidnapped Seven and sped away. In the meantime, the creatures attacked Voyager. (VOY episode & novelization: "Equinox")
When Voyager found the Equinox, a battle ensued. When the Equinox was damaged by Voyager and attacked by the creatures, Ransom had a change of heart, dropped his shields and surrendered Seven in exchange for his crew beaming aboard Voyager.
Ransom himself stayed with his ship as it exploded. Janeway's final words to Ransom was her promise to get his crew home. Satisfied with the Equinox's destruction, the aliens ceased their attacks on Voyager. The five surviving Equinox crew members, Marla Gilmore, Noah Lessing, James Morrow, Angelo Tassoni, and Brian Sofin, were stripped of rank and ordered to serve as crewmen on Voyager, with extensive supervision and limited privileges. (VOY episode & novelization: Equinox)
Typhuss participated in several of Tom Paris's holosimulations, including Fair Haven, and was one of the crew members who was involved in a barroom fight instigated by one of the holographic characters. (VOY episode: "Fair Haven")
In the year 2376, the USS Voyager received Anticipation's distress signal when it entered the sector. Captain Kathryn Janeway ordered to investigate and had Lieutenant Tom Paris set a course for the nebula, which was approx. 15 million kilometers away. Inside, Voyager went directly for the Anticipation. Its registry had degraded to be unreadable but Janeway recognized the Spanish escutcheon on the engineering hull. Knowing Pizarro personally, she led an away team consisting of Lieutenant Commander Tuvok, Lieutenant (j.g.) B'Elanna Torres, Lieutenant Typhuss James Halliwell, Ensign Harry Kim, Seven of Nine, Crewman Porter and two other engineers. The away team restored emergency power and Seven copied what little remained of the degraded databanks. Of the captain's log, only Pizarro's last four entries remained. While looking for spare parts in the lower hull, Torres's team was attacked by a space parasite. It captured Crewman Porter but the away team saved him and returned to Voyager. In the interim, space parasites had boarded Voyager but were hunted down by the crew. Voyager left the nebula quickly and abandoned the Anticipation among the hulks. (VOY - Strange New Worlds 6 short story: "Hidden")
When Voyager encountered a graviton ellipse, the Delta Flyer was sent in to locate the Ares IV command module, which was lost in the ellipse in 2032. The crew of Tom Paris, Chakotay, and Seven of Nine, Typhuss James Halliwell examined several artifacts trapped in the ellipse before finding the command module. While the Flyer attempted to tractor the module out of the ellipse, the ellipse was hit by a dark matter asteroid. The Delta Flyer became severely damaged and Chakotay was injured. Aboard Voyager, B'Elanna Torres devised a method to use an ion distributor from the Ares IV to repair vital components of the Flyer. Seven beamed to the Ares IV module where she located the distributor and downloaded the sensor data and logs of the Ares IV commander, John Kelly. She returned to the Flyer, with the distributor and Kelly's body. The distributor was connected to the Flyer's power systems and the shuttle was able to escape before the ellipse returned to subspace. (VOY episode: "One Small Step")
In 2376, Typhuss received a head injury during the battle with Penk's starship but was later healed by The Doctor. The hallucinatory Samantha Carter first began appearing to Typhuss on stardate 53529.4, after Voyager left the Norcadian homeworld, first on the bridge then in sickbay and then in his quarters. When Typhuss was alone in his quarters after getting his head injury healed by The Doctor, the hallucination of Samantha Carter appeared to him again. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "The hallucination of Samantha Carter")
Believing that the Klingon Empire was still at war with the Federation, Kohlar decloaked, fired on Voyager, and quickly recloaked. During the initial attack, the battle cruiser inflicted moderate damage to Voyager's port shields, causing them to drop fifty percent. Despite the initial tactical advantage, Voyager was able to detect the battle cruiser by performing a metaphasic scan, and promptly disabled the cruiser's cloaking device and forward disruptor emitters with their phasers. Kohlar, who was attempting to buy time for repairs, replied to Voyager's hail. Voyager's Captain Kathryn Janeway revealed to Kohlar that there was a treaty in effect between the two powers, and she asked that the Klingons stand down.
Unconvinced of Janeway's statement, Kohlar agreed to transport aboard Voyager to meet the ship's chief engineer, the pregnant half-Klingon B'Elanna Torres. They were on a quest to find the savior of the Klingon race, the kuvah'magh. The captain of the Klingon ship, Kohlar, believed her child to be the kuvah'magh. Upon returning to his ship Kohlar convinced his crew that he had found what they were seeking in the Delta Quadrant, the kuvah'magh: B'Elanna Torres' child. They initiated the self-destruct sequence which in turn caused a warp core breach and Janeway transported their entire crew on board to save them. Kohlar wanted B'Elanna to help him convince his crew that her child really was their savior. When she was insulted by a Klingon warrior, Tom accepted a challenge from him to defend her honor. The warrior collapsed in the battle and The Doctor discovered the Nehret, a fatal disease, caused the collapse. Because the Nehret is only contagious to Klingons, she and the baby became infected. Because of this Kohlar's group no longer believed the child could be their savior and they tried to take over Voyager, but failed. The Doctor discovered a cure to the Nehret using the baby's immune system. The Klingons finally came to believe that the baby was their savior and Janeway dropped them off on an uninhabited M-class planet. (VOY episode: "Prophecy")
While on the ship's first Starfleet-assigned mission in seven years, Typhuss, Tom Paris, Neelix and Joseph Carey were captured by a race that had been contaminated by an old Earth probe. After providing medical care for a sick infant, the away team were able to convince the inhabitants that no harm had been intended, but his crewmate, Joe Carey, was killed. After rescuing the away team and repairing the damage to the planet's atmosphere, Voyager took the probe's remains into its cargo bay and resumed a course for the Alpha Quadrant. (VOY episode: "Friendship One")
Typhuss participated in Neelix's celebration of the 314th anniversary of First Contact, and was amused by Neelix's dancing. He later bade Neelix farewell outside the shuttlebay with the rest of the Voyager crew. (VOY episode: "Homestead")
Return to EarthEdit
Typhuss was promoted to Captain and given the command of the Galaxy-class starship USS Intrepid. Sam was finally reunited with Typhuss at the SGC after seven years lost in the Delta Quadrant. Typhuss was so happy to see Sam that he kissed her on the lips and Sam kissed him back. Typhuss meet with Elizabeth Weir in the corridor, Weir had been made commander of the SGC. Elizabeth told Typhuss he was still a member of SG-1 as a technical officer and the third officer. (Star Trek: Helena episode: "The Return Home")
Typhuss was later instrumental in defeating a Borg plague that swept Earth upon Voyager's return. Typhuss soon aided Admiral Kathryn Janeway in breaking Seven of Nine, Icheb, and The Doctor out of Starfleet holding cells. The Voyager crew then retook their ship and was able to stop the attempted Borg assimilation of Earth. Harry was repeatedly helped by receiving secret messages from "Peregrine" whom he never discovered was actually Libby. (Star Trek: Helena episode: "The Return Home", Star Trek: Voyager novel: "Homecoming")
In 2378, Typhuss first met Kira Nerys on Deep Space 9. Typhuss and Kira soon showed an attraction to each other. Typhuss got authorization from Kathryn Janeway and The Doctor to engage in a romantic relationship with Kira Nerys. Kira took Typhuss back to her quarters and had sex with him. Typhuss and Kira dated for a week and became engaged a week later to be married. On January 7th, 2378 Typhuss married Kira Nerys aboard Deep Space 9. Typhuss took Kira's family name showing Kira that he loved her. (Star Trek: Helena episode: "The Return Home")
On November 14th, Typhuss took command of the USS Intrepid-A, a Sovereign class starship, Typhuss assumed command shortly after the vessel's christening on stardate 5501.0. Captain Kira had a adversarial relationship with Commander Jonathan Ellis. (Star Trek: Intrepid episode: "Launch")
In 2379 their first child, Kira Hoshi Sato, was born. Later that year, Typhuss fought in the Federation-New Republic War, which was fought for ten months. In the closing days of Federation-New Republic War, Typhuss fought in the final battle, the Battle of Tyra. (Star Trek: Intrepid)
In 2387, the five surviving Equinox crew members, Marla Gilmore, Noah Lessing, James Morrow, Angelo Tassoni, and Brian Sofin were ordered by Vice Admiral Kathryn Janeway to serve on the USS Intrepid-A, Typhuss was dismayed by Janeway's order. (Star Trek: Intrepid episode: "Equinox Remembrance")
Home on BajorEdit
Typhuss and Kira lived on Bajor, they became farmers in Dahkur Province.
Reunited with Helen MagnusEdit
- "It has been seven years snice we last saw each other, i have missed you, Typhuss. You have a lot of work to do, shall we begin?."
- — Helen after seeing Typhuss after seven years
After seven years in the Delta Quadrant Typhuss and Helen Magnus are finally reunited at the Sanctuary. Helen told Typhuss that she missed him. Typhuss told Helen that he had missed her too and that he was happy to be reunited with her. Helen noted that he had a lot of work to do at the Sanctuary.
Return to the SGCEdit
Typhuss returned to the SGC now under the command of General/Doctor Elizabeth Weir. Typhuss meet with Elizabeth Weir in the corridor, Weir had been made commander of the SGC. Elizabeth told Typhuss he was still a member of SG-1 as a technical officer and the third officer, Weir told Typhuss that SG-1 was now under the command of Colonel Samantha Carter. (Star Trek: Helena episode: "The Return Home")
Weir ordered him, Colonel Carter, Doctor Jackson and Commander Vala to go on a mission to PX-3432.
Return to SG-1Edit
Mission to PX-3432Edit
When Typhuss and SG-1 arrived on PX-3432 to form an alliance with the people of PX-3432, they were captured by the people of PX-3432. Colonel Samantha Carter and Commander Vala Mal Doran were stripped naked by force and were tied up, the men of the planet viewed women as sluts and sex objects and slaves. When Typhuss told them to let them go, they found out that he once dated Vala and was once married to Samantha, the men tied Typhuss up while Daniel was taken to a prison cell in a near by prison. Typhuss told Samantha and Vala that Weir would sent a rescue team if they didn't report back in an hour. An hour later a rescue team arrived and rescued SG-1 and Daniel Jackson. Typhuss found Carter's uniform and Vala's, they got dressed into their uniforms. Later they returned to the SGC and told Weir that an alliance with PX-3432 was not going to happen because of their views on women.
The Kirk CabalEdit
In 2377, after Typhuss was promoted to Captain, Elias Vaughn who had long struggled against Section 31 during his lengthy Starfleet career, recruited Typhuss into the elite, secret cabal created by Captain James T. Kirk to bring down Section 31.
Mission to PX-3R9Edit
While investigating a heavily armed Lucian Alliance force, he and the team went to PX-3R9, one of the major planets in the Alliance. Where Cam posed as a "arms dealer" known as "Shaft" to find information on the Alliance's attack force which was thought to be used in an attack on Earth. However, after Worrel attempted to kill him, he and the team tried to escape, only to get captured again. After a day of torture, he and the team were rescued by the USS Interpid and escaped before the Alliance could track them.
Ba'al's Extraction CeremonyEdit
In 2381, he along with SG-1, Samantha Carter, and General Jack O'Neill finally tracked down the last Ba'al clone and sent him to the Tok'ra homeworld, where they witnessed the Extraction Ceremony, the Tok'ra felt it only right that all of the current and former members of SG-1 attend the ceremony (O'Neill was a former member of the team who joined the current members, Mitchell, Typhuss, Samantha, Daniel, and Vala). It took a little over three hours for the Tok'ra to chant all of the charges against Ba'al, the last of the Goa'uld System Lords. All during this time, Ba'al was placed in a stasis chamber out of respect to the host. After all of the charges against Ba'al were presented, Ba'al was released from stasis so that he could face his executioners and give his final words. This Ba'al revealed that he might have been the last clone, but he wasn't the last Ba'al. The original still lived and wasn't traceable through a subcutaneous transmitter like the clones had been. The clone was aware of Ba'al's plan to go back in time and change the timeline in his favor by preventing the Stargate program from ever being created. The clone Ba'al bragged about Ba'al's plan, but didn't provide any details, but only that they had made a mistake in thinking that he was the last Ba'al. This was a rather unpleasant experience for Vala, who had been an unwilling host to Qetesh until the Tok'ra freed her, but she attended for the host's sake so that she could be there to offer emotional support once he was freed of the symbiote. The rest of the team returned to Earth so that they could go out to lunch with O'Neill, who promised to take them out to eat. While changing in civilian attire in the locker room, Daniel voiced the concern to Typhuss and Mitchell that the Ba'al clone might have actually been telling the truth and that they hadn't captured all of the Ba'als as they thought. What Daniel and the others didn't know was that a time traveling version of Cameron Mitchell had been aware of Ba'al's plan and gone back in time to prevent it. That version of Mitchell killed Ba'al and his Jaffa as they went back in time. Because of this act, the last of the Goa'uld System Lords had actually been killed long before SG-1 was even aware of the Goa'uld's existence.
In October of 2378 Shinzon of Remus assassinated of all but one, (Tal'Aura) of the sitting members of the Imperial Senate of the Romulan Star Empire. Installing himself as the next Praetor, Shinzon sought revenge against the Romulans for their brutal oppression of the Reman people. Typhuss was ordered by Admiral Kathryn Janeway to join Star Fleet Battle Group Omega deployed in Sector 1045 and was charged with preventing the Reman warbird Scimitar from reaching Earth and launching a deadly thalaron weapon. The USS Enterprise-E was to rendezvous with the Battle Group, but was instead ambushed in the Bassen Rift by the Scimitar. Upon receiving news from Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the existence of the weapon, Admiral Janeway immediately ordered the vessels nearest to his position to the Bassen Rift, hoping the interference would stop the Remans from calling for reinforcements. The effects would also prevent the Scimitar from detecting the hiding fleet, in hopes of a surprise attack. However, the Enterprise was attacked before they could reach the fleet, and the effects of the Bassen Rift also disabled their communications. Several minutes after the Enterprise's expected arrival time had passed, the fleet moved to find their last known position. Although they arrived late, the nine starships found the Scimitar and its thalaron weapon destroyed. Although the Enterprise had suffered heavy damage and casualties, the fleet joined a Romulan warbird's attempt to assist the Enterprise, towing her out of the rift until her engines could be repaired. In spite of his short life and the brief duration of his coup -- the assassination of the Senate and Shinzon's death occured within three days of one-another -- the enormity of Shinzon's impact cannot be overstated. The Romulan Star Empire was left in chaos; the Imperial Fleet was fractured-both in a power vacuum. Tal'Aura later claimed praetorship, but this was opposed by several different factions, including Donatra's faction of the Imperial Fleet. His coup also led to the liberation of the Remans and a state of near-civil war between the Romulans and Remans and between the Romulans themselves for nearly a year afterwards. Eventually, the Remans were relocated to the planet Klorgat VII and Tal'Aura consolidated her praetorship; however, Donatra's faction of the Imperial Fleet remained rogue until December of 2380 when, in orbit of Achernar Prime, Donatra proclaimed the existence of the Imperial Romulan State and her own status as its empress. The Romulan Star Empire was reduced from a galactic power to two states, risking the spread of advanced Romulan technology to politically unstable worlds and utterly destabilizing the Alpha and Beta Quadrants. Despite age and mental disturbance, Shinzon surely left a mark on galactic history that will not soon be forgotten. The wreckage of the Scimitar, from his failed coup d'etats, became a spatial anomaly with the unofficial name Shinzon's Folly.
Missing in Tokyo, JapanEdit
Helen sent Typhuss to Tokyo, Japan to capture a abnormal and bring it back to the Sanctuary. After Typhuss failed to report in at a scheduled time four days later Helen became worried and went to Tokyo, Japan to find him. After four hours of searching for Typhuss, Helen found a cave and Helen walked into the cave. Two hours later Helen found Typhuss tied to a chair and Helen cut the ropes with a knife. Typhuss told Helen that the Cabal captured the abnormal. Ten hours later Helen and Typhuss return to the Sanctuary.
When Typhuss joined the Atlantis Expedition in 2379, he was very eager to be part of the expedition on Starbase Atlantis. He is also a member of the First Atlantis Reconnaissance Team under command of Major/Lieutenant Colonel/Colonel John Sheppard. Typhuss was initially involved with the Earth Stargate Program and later became a leading member on the Atlantis Expedition and also a member of the expedition's flagship team, the First Atlantis Reconnaissance Team, having been involved with the Earth Stargate Program for many years prior to becoming a member of the Atlantis Expedition. During Carter's command of the expedition in 2381, he accompanied AR-1, the flagship team and Colonel Samantha Carter when a mission resulted in them discovering Fenrir, who had been exiled before the death of his people. Despite his grief after learning about the death of his race, Fenrir provided Carter with control of his ship so that she could destroy a Xindi warship before he died as a result of a Xindi suicide bomber. When the Starbase plays host to an energy entity, Carter likened it to a similar entity that took the form of Colonel O'Neill and then came up with the idea to use technology she had previously encountered to go into the mind of Rodney McKay. Months later when the expedition was infected by Kirsan fever and lost their memories, Typhuss and Carter help McKay find Teyla so they could cure everyone. When the expedition met with Davos he showed Carter a vision of the Starbase being attacked and destroyed by the Asurans, later revealed to be a duplicate Starbase. When Starbase Atlantis underwent a complete lockdown quarantine, Typhuss was trapped in a turbolift with Samantha Carter and Dr. Radek Zelenka for several hours until they were rescued.
Some time later he went offworld to M5V-801 with Samantha Carter, Dr. Jennifer Keller and Dr. McKay to help convince the people to move to a new location after the planet began suffering tremors. The four fell into an underground chamber and had to find a way to get out. Carter was injured in an attempt. Knowing they were trapped, he and the other three made several attempts to escape, though in the process, their combined weights seriously compromised the structural integrity of the building. Eventually, they managed to escape by roping down to a tunnel leading out of the mine, with moments to spare before the facility fell into the bottom of a deep underground pit. In 2382, Sam returned to Earth for an "exhaustive review of her first year in command", she left Lieutenant Colonel John Sheppard in command of Starbase Atlantis. Three days later Colonel Carter returned to Starbase Atlantis after her review. Typhuss promoted John Sheppard to Colonel after talking to Samantha Carter about a promotion for Sheppard.
Deep Space 9Edit
In 2379, Typhuss was assigned to Deep Space 9 by Vice Admiral Kathryn Janeway and by 2382 Typhuss was assigned as the strategic operations officer aboard DS9. Typhuss remained as strategic operations officer for one year. The year 2383 would prove to be eventful in the life of Captain Typhuss James Kira and the rest of the Federation as they adapted to the threats proposed by the Typhon Pact. While Ro was able to maintain relationships with many of her friends, she was constantly challenged by Prynn Tenmei and her new Security Chief Jefferson Blackmer, whom she did not trust. Further, Ro had to contend with threats levied against the station by the Andorians and the decision to allow Typhon Pact vessels access to the wormhole. The threats came to a head when the Typhon Pact launched an unprovoked attack against the station to hide the theft of Dominion equipment in the Gamma Quadrant. As the Defiant was attacked, several charges were detonated in the fusion core of the station causing severe structural damage and running the risk of the core breaching with the ejection systems offline. Ro remained in Ops, directing the battle and trying to save her station. Explosions were still observed to occur by the USS Robinson following its arrival at the battle scene. Mere moments later, the station was destroyed. While the majority of the station's residents were evacuated by the Defiant, several runabouts, and the USS Canterbury, 630 Starfleet officers and 461 civilians were killed. Despite the large figure, Leonard James Akaar felt that the number was acceptable given the situation.
The new Deep Space 9Edit
In 2383, following the destruction of Deep Space 9, Typhuss was reassigned as strategic operations officer of both the ground-based facility that substituted for it and the construction of the replacement station.
In 2384, Typhuss was assigned to the new Deep Space 9 as strategic operations officer under Captain Ro Laren. Typhuss was at the opening ceremony for the new Deep Space 9. During the opening ceremony for the new Deep Space 9 (II) in 2385, President Nanietta Bacco was assassinated with a projectile weapon. Although a Bajoran official was apprehended, further Starfleet investigation pointed to Tzenkethi involvement.
In 2379, the Xindi and the Suliban attacked the Federation, forming the Xindi-Suliban Alliance. The Xindi later betrayed their peace treaty with the Federation with an attack on the Federation and their allies at Deep Space 9. 50 starships, led by the USS Enterprise-E, made the Suliban and Xindi fleet retreat from Deep Space 9. In 2383, a Federation fleet led by Captain Typhuss James Kira destroyed the Xindi fleet and starbase inside the Briar Patch. Later that year, the Breen attacked the Federation colony on Jestra V, signaling their entry into the Xindi-Suliban Alliance. The Federation and their allies have been fighting the Xindi-Suliban Alliance since 2379. In 2385, Typhuss and the USS Intrepid-A fought in the final battle of the war with the Xindi, the Battle of Kaleb IV. Having tried to end the war two years ago in 2383 which the war went on after that but this time the war was over in obrit of Kaleb IV. (Star Trek: Intrepid)
In 2381, Typhuss and around 80 others were forced to evacuate the base after an attack by the Lucian Alliance. Typhuss evacuated to Destiny and later returned to the base after the attack was over. When the expedition arrived, most of the ship was either damaged or inaccessible. The ship's power level and oxygen level were also running low. The crew managed to repair the filtration system, keeping themselves alive. After the ship solved its power issues by diving into a sun to recharge, they discovered that a dust creature had affected and was draining their water supply, forcing them to salvage water from a nearby ice planet in order to sustain themselves.
It wasn't until Typhuss reported to Homeworld Command from Destiny via the Long-range communication device, that Lieutenant General Jack O'Neill and others learned that these people were safe, aboard the ship and on their way back to the base. Doctor Rush and Captain Kira found a way to turn Destiny around and returned to Icarus base 11 hours after the battle. A short time later, the expedition came into conflict with a race called the Nakai, who had been chasing the ship for a long time in an attempt to uncover its secrets. Since then, the crew has had to fend off numerous attacks by the aliens, although Destiny's own defences have proven sufficent to sustain them despite its decades of damage.
During its trip between galaxies, the Nakai managed to sabotage Destiny's Faster-Than-Light engine, which required the crew to remove one of the units from the drive section and bypass it. Ironically, the damaged unit was hampering the overall efficiency of the drive, and had the aliens not destroyed it, Destiny would have never been able to make it to the next galaxy within the crew's lifetime.
From 2382 to 2383 Destiny continued its journey and facing new threats while on its way to the next sector. By 2383 they had arrived in the new sector.
- "What the hell? You had control of this ship the whole time! You son of a bitch!"
- — Typhuss to Rush, after Typhuss found out that Rush discovered Destiny's bridge
Following the Lucian Alliance invasion of Destiny in 2384, Dr. Nicholas Rush discovered the ship's bridge, along with information about its mission. However, he attempted to conceal this information in the belief that nobody else in the crew would be able to understand the implications of his discovery, resulting in the death of Sergeant Hunter Riley when Rush programmed Destiny to stop near a planet and later stranding Colonel David Telford after disconnecting Destiny from a Seed ship, the crew only learning about his control of Destiny when he departed the ship to try and kill the Lucian Alliance member Simeon after Simeon killed Dr. Amanda Perry- as well as her 'host' and former Lucian Alliance member Ginn-while the two were using the Long-range communication stones.
With the crew now able to control Destiny's flight path after Rush was forced to reveal his discovery of the bridge, they diverted the ship to investigate a strange signal, only to find themselves caught in a fight between the aliens met on the Seed ship - now identified as the Ursini - and another unknown alien race that Destiny only survived thanks to the timely intervention of the returned Colonel David Telford in the seed ship, only to subsequently find themselves locked in battle with the Control Ship after the Ursini took Destiny to confront it ahead of schedule. Fortunately, the intervention of the Nakai - summoned by Chloe Armstrong using her pathogen-based connection to them- bought Destiny enough time to take out the command ship. The Ursini attempted to contact their colony, only to draw the attention of a second command ship.
The Ursini subsequently sacrificed themselves and their seed ship to give the Destiny crew enough time to repair the damage Destiny had sustained to its shield and FTL systems in the fight and jump out of harm's way.
In 2385, Lieutenant General Jack O'Neill assinged Typhuss to command the Destiny expedition and Icarus base, replacing Colonel Everett Young as commanding officer of both the expedition and the base. By this year, the Destiny Expedition had not encountered the Nakai for four years, five months and twenty three days. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "Ripple Effect")
Following the discovery that Dr. Amanda Perry and Ginn- a quadriplegic scientist and a former member of the Lucian Alliance respectively- had survived the physical death of their bodies as imprints of consciousness in the Long-range communication stones, Dr. Nicholas Rush was able to devise a plan to transfer them into Destiny's database, allowing them to project holographic versions of themselves throughout the ship to communicate with the rest of the crew, while also granting them access to the ship's database. However, the crew were eventually forced to transfer Perry and Ginn into a quarantined section of the database after Perry nearly trapped Rush in a virtual simulation and there was no other way to get him out.
After an encounter with the descendants of the alternate Destiny expedition who were sent back in time, the expedition has gained access to the supplies left by their descendants, as well as access to approximately one-third of the Ancient database and the knowledge that the Novus population had harnessed during their years alone.
After discovering that the drones were blockading all of the stars in Destiny's path, the crew decided to recharge in a blue giant. In order to do this they abandoned the ship for another Novus colony while Rush, Dr. Lisa Park and Eli Wallace stayed behind to pilot the ship through the star. They succeeded, but Park was flash-blinded.
Conflict with T'UerellEdit
In 2380, Typhuss and the USS Intrepid-A had a final confrontation with T'Uerell, a Vulcan who had been working with the Borg, inciting conflicts throughout local space, for two hundred years. Captains Jean-Luc Picard and Typhuss James Kira, with the assistance of Admiral Kathryn Janeway, onboard her former starship, the USS Voyager, met with T'Uerell and learned of her true intentions; she planned to conquer the Alpha Quadrant with the Borg. T'Uerell believed that everything she had done, including the deaths of many Starfleet personnel, had been for the greater good. Before leaving the system, Janeway ordered Picard and Kira to defend Federation colonies from assimilation. Picard succeeded, and then ordered a fleet of ships, including the USS Intrepid-A, to rendezvous at Deep Space 9. T'Uerell and the Borg cubes made their way to Deep Space 9 where Picard and his task force help defend the Klingon and Romulan forces under attack. With the loyalty Picard garnered, the Romulan and Klingon starships placed themselves under his flag. The forces engaged T'Uerell and her Borg allies and were victorious. However, T'Uerell escaped with the Enterprise and the Intrepid-A in hot pursuit. T'Uerell fled to a star system with many Borg vessels, with Janeway noting that she would not be able to leave, because of all the ships surrounding her. After destroying a Borg tactical cube, the Federation/Klingon/Romulan forces engaged T'Uerell. After destroying the strain that protected her, all ships opened fire. T'Uerell's ship could not stand the intense weapons fire and was finally destroyed, thus bringing an end 221 years of unending conflict. Picard heard T'Uerell calling out to him in her final minutes, though Picard could not tell whether it was the Vulcan or the Borg in her who was calling.
Borg supercube crisisEdit
The USS Intrepid-A was one of the ships to respond to the Borg supercube crisis of the Alpha Quadrant in 2380. Captain Kira joined up with the USS Enterprise-E and the Intrepid joined the battle near Earth. The cube then flew into Sol to gather enough energy to spawn six smaller vessels which it used to hold Earth hostage to try and attract Jean-Luc Picard and Seven of Nine who it wished to re-assimilate. Both persons were on the Enterprise preparing plans to resist. They came to Earth with two plans; the re-activated Doomsday machine which, piloted by Seven attacked the cube, inflicting huge damage. Unfortunately the success was short lived and the cube soon began to absorb the Planet Killer too, infusing its impervious neutronium hull into the cube's own structure. Fortunately the second plan was also ready in Seven, the Endgame virus, which had been downloaded into her ready to infect the Borg with an insolvable problem should she be assimilated. As she was absorbed into the cube she sent the virus, but it was blocked by a firewall. She vented her frustrations in thought, and the Collective and Queen reacted, taunting her, but she fought back, and within the Queen Janeway reached out, and resisted, broke the firewall and allowed the cube to be infected. The Borg infected, attempted to solve the virus, causing the cube continually reconfigure, until the stresses became too much and it was destroyed. In 2380, Typhuss along with the crew of Voyager, mourned the loss of Kathryn Janeway at her memorial service in San Francisco.
Borg Invasion of 2381Edit
In 2381, the Borg began using the Azure Nebula's subspace tunnel network to invade Federation space. The Borg attacked Starbase 74, the starbase was saved by the USS Intrepid -A, the USS Celsius and the USS Miranda and a fleet of Federation starships. The Starfleet vessels USS Enterprise and USS Aventine eventually discovered this network, and called for an allied armada to gather in the Azure Nebula against an anticipated Borg invasion. While the two vessels were investigating the network, an armada of over 7000 Borg vessels entered the Alpha Quadrant through the Azure Nebula, destroying the assembled fleet of more than 300 vessels. The USS Intrepid-A which was the only ship to survive the conflict along with the USS Voyager. After the battle, the Intrepid was hurriedly repaired and was immediately assigned to a Federation fleet assembled at the Vulcan system in order to prevent a Borg fleet of ten cubes from assimilating Vulcan, Bajor, and eventually, Earth. Along with the USS Atlas and the USS Defiant, it was one of the first ships to open fire on the Borg fleet over Vulcan, destroying two cubes and damaging a third, beginning the Battle of Vulcan. The Intrepid fired quantum and photon torpedoes at the cubes after the Borg adapted to the transphasic torpedoes. After Erika Hernandez took temporary control of the collective and ordered the cubes to fight amognst themselves, the Intrepid joined the surviving ships to destroy the remainder of the fleet.
However, the Federation starships USS Enterprise-E, USS Aventine and USS Titan, managed to convince the extremely powerful Caeliar - who had inadvertently played a key role in creating the Borg - to dissolve the Borg Collective and halt the invasion. As a result of this, all of the former drones were absorbed into the Caeliar gestalt.
After the InvasionEdit
The invasion attempt cost of 63 billion deaths and the fallout led to drastic changes in the political nature of the Alpha and Beta Quadrants, including an expansion of the Khitomer Accords and the formation of the Typhon Pact.
Following the Borg invasion the USS Intrepid was ordered to patrol the Kaleb system for 3 weeks along with the USS Miranda and the USS Celsius. Following the 3-week patrol mission the Intrepid returns to Deep Space 9 with the Miranda and the Celsius.
Three months later, as Starfleet prepared to send an exploratory task-force, led by Voyager, to the Delta Quadrant, Admiral Kenneth Montgomery ordered Captain Typhuss James Kira to join Project Full Circle but Typhuss turned down the offer because of the Xindi War.
Battle of Sector 654Edit
After Julian Bashir resigned from Starfleet and attempted to provide a cure to the Andorians for their reproductive crisis, President Pro-Tempore Ishan Anjar ordered Kira to stop Bashir by any means necessary. The Intrepid was later involved in a standoff at the Andorian border with two ships.
Despite a tense standoff at the Andorian border, Bashir eventually made it to the planet, with the assistance of Captain Ezri Dax and her crew, Captain Kira and his crew, in spite of the USS Warspite's special forces team attempting to stop them.
The Intrepid was involved in a standoff and fired upon by Andorian ships before temporarily defusing an extradition situation. Kira attempted to extradite Bashir from the freighter he was hiding on but the Intrepid took damage due to a concealed weapon system. Once Captain Kira had sided with Bashir in administering the cure to Andor, the USS Warspite and USS Falchion attempted to remove the Intrepid from the system. However, the ship remained in orbit of Andor for the duration of the conflict. Later after Julian Bashir was returned to the Aventine, Dax, Typhuss along with Simon Tarses and Sam Bowers assisted in getting Bashir to Andor, in defiance of the Federation President, the USS Warspite, and USS Falchion. After the cure was disseminated, Typhuss surrendered to the security officer, along with Bashir and Dax. (ST - The Fall novel: A Ceremony of Losses, Star Trek: The New Generation episode: Beast of Burden)
After the Andor incident, Typhuss was imprisoned at the Jaros II stockade. He was visited by Christine Vale who had temporally taken command of the Lionheart and wanted to hear his side of the story. He then implored Vale to find Julian and set him free no matter the cost. While Vale promised that Admiral Riker would ensure that Typhuss would have his day in court, Typhuss was not confident that would be the case. Typhuss felt that he, Julian, and the others had done the right thing and it was now time to pay the price.
Later in 2385 it was revealed that Ishan Anjar was long dead. Baras Rodirya - the man who had taken his identity during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor - was revealed to be working with the Cardassian group the True Way. Baras was personally arrested by Attorney General Phillipa Louvois and removed from office. Admiral Akaar was soon authorized by President Pro-Tempore Sipak to drop all the charges against Captain Kira. Typhuss was issued a commendation for his actions and reinstated as captain of the Intrepid. (ST - The Fall novel: Peaceable Kingdoms, Star Trek: The New Generation episode: Beast of Burden)
Alternate reality (2165)Edit
In 2385, the USS Intrepid was pulled into a alternate 22nd century, the Intrepid found the Enterprise (NX-01) under attack by Xindi warships. During the battle against the Xindi in the Ceti Alpha system, the crew of the Enterprise were aided by the USS Intrepid-A, which had come from the future from the year 2385, and were able to fight off the Xindi. Hoshi Sato and Amanda Cole opted to stay aboard the Intrepid-A when it returned to its own time. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "Searching for Intrepid")
Rescue mission: Mikaela BanesEdit
Later that year, the Aventine and the Intrepid were sent on a rescue mission to free Lieutenant Commander Mikaela Banes from the Orion Syndicate. Mikaela was rescued by the USS Intrepid-A and the USS Aventine. Mikaela was returned to the Federation. Mikaela was promoted to Commander by her former lover Typhuss James Halliwell and assigned to the USS Intrepid-A.
The Sanctuary Network goes rogueEdit
In 2386, Greg Addison started having the Sanctuary Network secretly watched in order to find out the whereabouts of the Crixorum, a dangerous abnormal psychic from Hollow Earth. When his plan backfired into a bloodbath in Jakarta, he had himself appointed an inspector and led a team that investigated the Old City Sanctuary. Eventually, Dr. Helen Magnus convinced him that she had sent the Crixorum back to Hollow Earth. As a result, he told her that Starfleet Security was putting him in charge of the Sanctuary Network, otherwise all of its assets in the world would be frozen. To his surprise, Magnus threw him out and threatened that if he returned, she would have him eaten. Magnus was backed into a corner by her political allies and was forced to go rogue with the global Sanctuary Network to ensure its independence. This marks the end of the Sanctuary Network's long-time affiliation with Starfleet Security. Magnus explains to Typhuss that having the Network cut of from Starfleet Security and other external influences was her plan in the first place and has decided that the changes that are coming make it necessary for them to be able to make their own rules.
Abnormal attack on the SanctuaryEdit
In 2386, the Old City branch was invaded by agents of the Abnormal Insurgency, led by Caleb. Helen Magnus was able to defeat them with the help of her team. A year after the battle the Sanctuary team abonanded the Sanctuary in order to go into hiding at the new Underground Sanctuary.
In 2383, the Borg attacked and assimilated the crew of the USS Zeus. The USS Intrepid-A was able to rescue Captain Rivers from the Zeus and destroyed the Zeus in order to eliminate the Borg threat. In 2386, it was found out that the USS Zeus destroyed in 2383 was a fake USS Zeus. The real USS Zeus was located in sector 21087, it has been there since 2382. The Zeus was returned to the Federation days later.
Finding the IKS SuHDahEdit
In 2159, the IKS SuHDah went missing in the Borderland. 227 years later Federation probes found the IKS SuHDah abandoned in the Borderland, over two hundred years old. Starfleet sent the USS Intrepid-A to the Borderland to find out what happened to the crew of the IKS SuHDah. During the mission, Chloe Sullivan downloaded the crew logs, the Intrepid got attacked by nine Orion interceptors, B'Elanna got the weapons back online. Typhuss fired the disruptors at the Orion ship and destroyed it. The relays ruptured and the weapons went offline. Later Typhuss downloaded the visual playback log and sensor log from the Klingon computer. Later the USS Kingston lead 5 Daedalus-class battlecruisers against the Orions, they were able to drive them away. The last one attacked the Bird-of-prey, then the ship evaded the Orion ship until the away team was transported to the USS Kingston after the Bird of-prey lowered its shields. Then the Bird-of-prey was destroyed by the Orion ship. It was revealed that the IKS SuHDah was attacked by a Der'kal warship. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "The Discovery")
In 2387, the USS Intrepid-A was sent across the now defunct Romulan Neutral Zone to search for any Romulans who may have survived the explosion of the Hobus star. Typhuss met with survivors from another mixed sentiments. Some of them wanted to leave their homeland and reunite with their Vulcan cousins, others blamed the Federation for the loss of their beloved homeworld and some simply wanted to live out the last years of their existence in peace, away from the interference of the Federation.
Later General Worf leads a task force to stop Nero's quest for vengeance following the destruction of Romulus. The USS Intrepid-A also joins the battle against the Narada. The task force is quickly overwhelmed and the Narada fires it's advanced weaponry and cripples the USS Intrepid-A with a single volley. Nero demands that Worf deliver himself as a captive. Worf agrees, but uses the surrender as cover to lead an EVA mission onto Nero's vessel. The Klingons meets with initial success, while Worf makes his way to the command center to find Nero. Worf rejects Nero's attempts to persuade him, and is impaled by the vessel's Borg-enhanced mechanisms. Alive but only tenuously, Worf is beamed to the Enterprise as part of a ploy to lower the Starfleet vessel's shields, and is immediately transported to sickbay. Worf is still recovering from the wounds received onboard the Narada. The Intrepid when to chase after Spock, who had launched the Jellyfish to try and stop the Hobus supernova doing any further damage. Spock's red matter created a black hole, Nero voiced his fury at Spock's having saved Vulcan, at what Nero considered to be Romulus's escape. But before Nero could take his revenge any further the Narada was sucked into the black hole. As the Narada disappeared Nero promised he would have his revenge. Then the Intrepid finds no sign of the supernova, the Jellyfish, or the Narada. Unfortunately, Spock was not found by the USS Intrepid-A. Typhuss then realizes that Spock knew he wouldn't escape and that Spock sacrificed himself to save the galaxy.
The Hobus ConspiracyEdit
To some members of Starfleet, the Federation's response to the crisis was deemed thoroughly ineffective. This, coupled with numerous other threatening events that had happened throughout the Presidency of Nanietta Bacco, led these Starfleet officers to the idea that the Federation was not strong enough to deal with these modern threats.
These officers gathered together and planned a coup d'etat immediately after the Hobus crisis, which gave the conspiracy its name.
This coup, if successful, would militarize the Federation on a drastic scale, as well as cut off diplomatic relations with foreign powers including the Klingon Empire. This would also, as Nicholas Fury called it, effectively turn the Federation into a dictatorship. After the attempted coup failed, it sparked the Federation Civil War.
The second militarization conspiracyEdit
- "There will always be those who mean to do us harm. To stop them, we risk awakening the same evil within ourselves. Starfleet had risked becoming as warlike as its enemies. But that's not who we are. We are here today to rechristen the USS Intrepid, and to honor those who lost their lives one month ago. When I took command of the Intrepid ten years ago, Admiral Janeway had me recite the Captain's Oath, words I did appreciate at the time. Now I see them as a call for us to remember who we once were, and who we must be again."
- — Typhuss James Kira
In 2388, Typhuss had to deal with another conspiracy, a plot by some Starfleet officers to militarize Stafleet in the aftermath of the failed coup d'etat of the Federation a year before. The Titanic-class was decommissioned by Starfleet, the class was criticised by many Starfleet officers, including Typhuss James Kira and Julian Bashir for its supposed "militarization" of Starfleet. All ten Titanic class starships were also decommissioned by Starfleet and the auto-destruct systems on all ten Titanic class starships were activated, all ten ships were destroyed. One month later, Typhuss spoke at a memorial for the lives lost as a result of Rear Admiral Jonathan Mandrake's actions. In his speech, Typhuss reminded the attendees that Starfleet's true mission was the exploration of the galaxy. Typhuss spoke out against what the Titanic class represented and reminded the assembled audience that Starfleet had risked becoming as warlike as its enemies. (Star Trek: Intrepid episode: "Into Darkness")
In 2388, Typhuss along with Ezri Dax, Julian Bashir and Helen Magnus used the runabout USS Rio Grande to meet with Andorian Captain My'ra Telek, about the Xindi. Telek gave them information on Xindi ships. The next day Julian, Typhuss, Ro Laren, Nog and Samantha Carter had a meeting about the Xindi in the hub. The Xindi wanted to start the war again, Nog didn't understand why the Xindi want to start the war again. Typhuss told everyone that he would lead peace talks with the Xindi. Kira filed for divorce from Typhuss, Kira was lonely and felt that Typhuss wasn't there for her. Typhuss got married to Sam again. The next day Sam got a fast divorce from Typhuss and Kira came over to talk, Kira stopped the divorce and reconciled with Typhuss.
Mutara sector missionEdit
Starfleet Command lost contact with Regula I after the USS Columbia was destroyed by a Elachi starship, Admiral Kathryn Janeway sent the Intrepid and a small fleet to Regula I in the Mutara sector. Admiral Janeway came with the fleet aboard Voyager. The fleet got a distress call from the USS Stargazer, it was under attack by Elachi ships. The fleet sets a course for Regula I using their quantum slipstream drives.
Twelve hours later the fleet arrived at Regula I, the fleet engaged the Elachi ships and forced the vessels to retreat from Regula I, and reported the encounter to Starfleet Command. After drving off the Elachi ships from Regula I, Captain Kira lead a away team to the station with Colonel Sarah Mackenzie along with Captain Chakotay, Lieutenant Commander Tom Paris and Lieutenant Harry Kim. Soon the away team came under attack by a Human woman armed with a Klingon disruptor pistol. Captain Kira ordered Colonel Mackenzie to use a stun grenade to stun the Human. It was found that the Human woman was Cheryl Anderson, Typhuss's ex-wife and the second woman was a clone of Xena. The Voyager officers returned to Voyager, Captain Kira ordered Mackenzie back to the ship with the two women and take them to sickbay. Mackenzie beamed back to the ship and later Captain Kira beamed back to the ship.
Typhuss was promoted to Vice Admiral shortly after his mission to the Mutara sector by Kathryn Janeway aboard the USS Voyager. Upon the request of Kathryn Janeway, Typhuss James Kira maintained his flag aboard the USS Intrepid-A.
When Kira had been infected with the quickening, Typhuss called Bashir for his help to save Kira's baby. Julian needed a fresh strain of the quickening to come up with a cure. The Kingston headed for the Gamma Quadrant and went to Teplan.
Julian took a sample from a young woman and gave Doctor Murphy the sample ans she beamed back to the Kingston. Then Julian and the rest of the away team returned to the Kingston. Julian was able to cure Kira's baby and Kira Meru II was born in 2389 on November 11th on the USS Kingston in sickbay. She was named after Kira's mother, Kira Meru. The Kingston returned Typhuss and his family to Bajor. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "Pregnant")
Later that year, after Reba Halliwell, Typhuss's aunt was shot by an unknown shooter on Bajor, Typhuss helped with the case along with Captain John Tyson and Lieutenant Olivia Benson. (Star Trek: Kingston episodes: "Pregnant", "Revenge")
Later that year, Olivia helped Admiral Kira and Dana Scully stop Piper Halliwell from killing Cole Turner, it was found out that Piper was under the control of a alien device. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "Piper's Rampage")
Typhuss along with SVU works on a case to help Kate Murphy who is in a abusive relationship with Jack Williams, he beats her up every day. Jack says he is sorry every time and that he won't do it again. (Star Trek: Intrepid episode: "Lethal Consequences")
Later that year Admiral Pamela Landy thought Admiral Kira killed two Starfleet Intelligence agents because they found his phaser at the crime scene. Typhuss had to go on the run to find out who set him up. Typhuss got help from John Tyson and his crew. Typhuss also contacted Admiral Olivia Mansfield for help. Later it was found out that Lex Luthor killed the two SI agents and Typhuss kept his rank. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "On the Run")
Later that year, Cole Turner was released from the New Zealand Penal Settlement on good behavior. Typhuss was mad about that after Olivia told him and Captain Tyson. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "Released")
Later that year Cole wanted revenge on Typhuss because he ruined him and Cole want to ruin Starfleet by using a device to take control of the Enterprise's weapons and attack Bajor. He also told Typhuss he would kill his wife and kids. Cole tortured Typhuss with a Goa'uld torture stick then Cole went to rape Kira Nerys in Typhuss's bedroom. Captain John Martin and the SVU squad were able to free Typhuss. Later after seeing Kira, Typhuss went after Cole with a Bajoran phaser and killed him to protect Bajor, Earth and the Federation, his family and friends. (Star Trek: Intrepid episode: "Cole's Rampage")
A day after Cole's death and the attack on Bajor, at a counseling session with Deanna Troi for Kira, Deanna told Typhuss that there were talks of a trial for killing Cole, Typhuss told her that Cole was a threat to the Federation and that if a trial was to come that he could win. (Star Trek: Intrepid episode: "Requiem")
Recruitment by the SSREdit
In 2390, Agent Phil Coulson was ordered by Admiral Nicholas Fury to recruit Vice Admiral Kira into the Starfleet Security Reserve and his team because of his background in Starfleet Intelligence. (Star Trek: Intrepid episode: "Agents of SSR")
Reforming Miranda TateEdit
In 2399, Typhuss helped his enemy Miranda Tate to reform so she wasn't a professional thief, cat burglar or a criminal. Miranda raises her 12 year old son James with Typhuss, her former enemy. (Star Trek: TNG movie: "Operation Save Bajor")
By 2404, Typhuss was in command of Stargate Command at the Cheyenne Mountain Complex in Colorado Springs, Colorado on Earth. Typhuss's heroism during his long Starfleet career earned him a promotion to the rank of Admiral in 2409. (Star Trek: Renaissance)
In the year 2410, Typhuss joined his fellow Voyager crewmates in efforts to explore the Delta Quadrant that had become accessible via a series of Iconian Gateways leading through the Solanae and Jenolan Dyson spheres. (Star Trek: Online)
In 2397 in a potential future Star City was attacked by an army of soldiers lead by Grant Wilson, Slade’s son who also operated as "Deathstroke", and caused mass devastation to the city in what would be known as the Uprising. Grant also exposed Oliver’s identity to the world and the Arrowcave was ruined in a subsequent attack. Green Arrow tried to gather his team and an army of people to fight Grant but Speedy, Red Arrow, Spartan and Captain Lance were all killed along with everyone else who followed him.
In the computer simulation created by the Dominators, Typhuss was friends with a Oliver Queen that never went on the Queen's Gambit in 2373, Oliver and Laurel eventually got married.
In a reality created by Eobard Thawne using the Spear of Destiny, Red Arrow was killed by Damien Darhk along with Spartan, Black Canary, Green Arrow, The Flash, Ragman, Wild Dog, Vigilante and later Felicity. All of their masks were kept as trophies in Darhk's office.
In an alternate timeline, Typhuss joined Tom Paris, Kathryn Janeway, B'Elanna Torres, and Tuvok on a planet devastated by the detonation of a polaric ion device. Two members of a Voyager away team, Kathryn Janeway and Tom Paris, moved through one of the fractures and were transported one day into the past, where they discovered that they were the cause of the catastrophe. When they prevented the accident, the timeline in which the explosion occurred was eliminated, so they return to Voyager and the civilization is spared. (Star Trek: Voyager episode: "Time and Again")
In an alternate timeline, Typhuss, Chakotay and Harry Kim flew the Delta Flyer to Earth after Voyager was destroyed due to a mistake of Kim's. Fifteen years later, as fugitives, they found Voyager and "fixed" history. (Star Trek: Voyager episode: "Timeless")
In another timeline, the Federation was at war with the Klingon Empire in 2400. By 2390, Typhuss was in command of the USS Hoshi Sato. In 2403, after the war was over, the Federation Starfleet was destroyed and was replaced by the new Bajoran Starfleet. Typhuss joined this new Starfleet with his wife Kira Nerys. Typhuss was promoted to Admiral and Kira was promoted to Fleet Admiral. The United Federation of Planets became the United Bajoran Federation of Planets. By early 2403 Bajor was succumbed to numerous but unsuccessful raids by the Klingon Empire. Bajor had built a large fighter wing division which would defend the planet from the pathetic attempts from the Klingon Empire in attacking the Bajoran homeworld. After Kira died in 2404, Typhuss and Samantha started to date and later married Samantha. Two years later in 2406, they got a divorce and Typhuss fell in love with Helen and later married her. In 2408, Helen and Typhuss got a divorce, Typhuss married Elizabeth Weir. By late 2409 Typhuss remarried Helen because he still loved her. This timeline cease to exist when Typhuss and his crew won the war against the Xindi.
Another separate timeline was created when Captain Braxton, from the 29th century, placed a temporal disruptor aboard Voyager, creating several temporal distortions. (Star Trek: Voyager episode: "Relativity")
In another alternate timeline experienced by Kes, Chakotay was captain of the USS Voyager after Captain Janeway and B'Elanna Torres were killed by a chroniton torpedo in a Krenim attack in 2373. Chakotay succeeded her as captain and was still in command of Voyager in 2379. Typhuss was a Lieutenant Commander and still the science officer aboard Voyager. (Star Trek: Voyager episode: "Before and After")
In another alternate timeline Janeway engaged the Krenim. After a year in which USS Voyager was wrecked nearly beyond repair, Janeway rammed USS Voyager into the Krenim temporal ship restoring the orginal timeline. (Star Trek: Voyager episodes: "Year of Hell", "Year of Hell, Part II")
In an alternate timeline in which the Cardassian Union did not withdraw from Bajor in 2369, Typhuss was the science officer of a version of Voyager which was not stranded in the Delta Quadrant by the Caretaker in 2371. In addition to Janeway, its senior staff included first officer Lieutenant Commander Aaron Cavit, tactical officer and security chief Lieutenant Tuvok, conn officer Lieutenant Veronica Stadi, chief medical officer Dr. Fitzgerald, chief engineer Joseph Carey and operations officer Ensign Harry Kim and science officer Lieutenant Typhuss James Halliwell.
While Voyager and a task force consisting of eight other ships were investigating recent suspicious activities being carried out by the Cardassians on the Federation border in 2373, the ships were fired upon by a fleet of Galor class warships armed with phased polaron beam weapons. Unbeknownst to the Federation at this time, these weapons had been provided by the Cardassians' newfound Gamma Quadrant allies, the Dominion. The Cardassians had made contact with the Dominion several years earlier via the wormhole which they discovered in the Bajoran sector, the existence of which they kept secret from the other major Alpha Quadrant powers. In the midst of the battle, Voyager was able to gather detailed sensor readings. Moments before the ship was destroyed with all hands, Tuvok transmitted these sensor readings to Starfleet Command, enabling the Federation to develop countermeasures against the phased polaron beam weapons. Voyager itself was destroyed by the Cardassians. (TNG - Myriad Universes novel: A Gutted World)
In an alternate timeline in which the USS Voyager was forced to turn back from its journey home to Earth, Typhuss was serving at the science station on the bridge in January 2374 when Voyager witnessed a Species 8472 assault on a Borg-occupied star system. When one of the Species 8472 battleships proceeded to pursue and attack Voyager, Dalby reported that the ship's warp field was destabilizing and later after a devastating attack by Species 8472 the Vostigye took in the crew of the USS Voyager. Later Typhuss joined the Delta Coalition between 2375 and 2376. (Star Trek: Myriad Universes novel: Places of Exile)
In yet another alternate timeline in which Voyager took twenty-three years to return to Earth, Typhuss commanded the Sovereign-class starship USS Intrepid in the early 25th century. Janeway became a vice admiral and traveled back in time to 2377, bringing along technology thirty years from the future to help Voyager return to Earth using the previously avoided hub and return the ship sooner than the twenty-three years it originally took her. (Star Trek: Voyager episode: "Endgame")
In an alternate reality, the Xindi-Suliban Alliance is currently attacking the Federation and their allies and the Federation is slowly being wiped out. Typhuss is in command of the USS Intrepid-A. Typhuss was still married to Samantha Carter and not Kira Nerys. Samantha Carter is a Colonel rather than a Brigadier General.
In an alternate reality, the Federation is currently at war with the Klingon Emipre. Within this reality Typhuss is in command of the USS Enterprise-E not Jean-Luc Picard starting in 2372, Sarah Mackenzie is a Major rather than a Colonel and Typhuss was never assigned to the USS Voyager in 2371. The USS Defiant has recently been destroyed in battle. Typhuss is married to Sarah Mackenzie not Kira Nerys. Samantha Carter is a Colonel rather than a Brigadier General.
In an alternate reality visited by Typhuss James Kira, Typhuss and Helen Magnus were lovers until his death in 2386 when the Old City branch was invaded by agents of the Abnormal Insurgency, led by Caleb. Helen Magnus was able to defeat them, but also triggered the self-destruction of the facility in order to go into hiding at the new Underground Sanctuary. The Vancouver, British Columbia facility was completely destroyed by a number of huge explosions. Its fiery end could be observed even from skyscrapers on the other side of the city. Helen's lover Typhuss James Halliwell was killed by Caleb during the fighting in the main lab and Helen killed Caleb. Typhuss died in Helen's arms.
In a quantum reality, Typhuss is married to Dr. Helen Magnus, Ph.D who was a doctor and scientist that leads the Sanctuary Network, also working in the Stargate Program. This Helen Magnus is bisexual just like Helen Magnus of the primary universe.
In the 23rd century of the same alternate reality, Typhuss James Halliwell was a Human male who is an officer in Starfleet. He is currently Captain of the USS Defiant. In 2259 Typhuss joined the Starfleet Criminal Investigative Service. In 2258 of an alternate reality brought about by Nero's interference, the original Defiant was part of a fleet destroyed by the Narada during a mission to investigate a lightning storm in space in the proximity of Vulcan. Starfleet then commissioned the USS Defiant which was to be commanded by Typhuss James Halliwell.
In the alternate reality influenced by Nero, Typhuss James Halliwell is a Human male Starfleet officer. Typhuss James Halliwell was in command of Deep Space 9 and the USS Defiant snice 2371. Typhuss was also in command of the second USS Defiant. Typhuss was married to a Bajoran dabo girl named Leeta. Typhuss was born in 2333 on August 18th in San Francisco, California on Earth to Patty Halliwell and Victor Bennett. As a major consequence of these events, in this timeline Typhuss James Halliwell grew up without Jonathan James Halliwell and without the ambitions his grandfather gave him in the primary universe. Soon after moving to Deep Space 9, Leeta became immediately attracted to Typhuss James Halliwell and kissed him to be close to him. Later Typhuss and Leeta began dating. One month later Typhuss and Leeta decided to get married quickly, and they asked the Emissary, Commander Benjamin Sisko, to perform the ceremony. Benjamin Sisko married them later that day in Quark's bar. Typhuss is having a affair with Olivia Benson behind Leeta's back. Later that year Typhuss broke off the relationship with Olivia. In late 2376, Leeta became pregnant with her and Typhuss's first child. Leeta and Typhuss later hired Doctor Orpax to deliver the baby. After her birth, Leeta and Typhuss named the girl Bena after Sisko and the Bajoran word for "joy". Typhuss later divorced Leeta and later married Helen Magnus.
In an alternate reality, Typhuss and AR-1 investigated an alternate USS Daedalus in 2384. They arrived on the ship when they realized that it was jumping to several alternate realities. They were unable to find a solution and return to their reality. They ran out of food and eventually starved to death.
In another alternate reality, John Sheppard was dishonourably discharged and therefore never joined the Atlantis expedition. Consequently, AR-1 had a different leader in this reality, though his/her identity is never revealed.
In an alternate reality, in 2378, Typhuss became Talia al Ghul's lover, unknown to anyone even her father, Ra's al Ghul. Talia and Typhuss had to keep their relationship a secret from people even his family. In 2387, after marrying Typhuss she took his last name and became Talia al Ghul-Halliwell. In 2389, Talia gave birth to a baby boy and named him Damian Halliwell al Ghul.
In 2374, Voyager landed on a Demon class planet rich in deuterium sources. The planet was filled with silver fluid with mimetic properties. The Silver Blood sampled the crew's DNA and created duplicates with identical memories and personalities but with the ability to survive on the planet. The silver blood would not let Voyager leave unless it could duplicate the rest of Voyager's crew to populate the planet. Captain Janeway, understanding that this was their only way out, allowed the "silver blood" to duplicate the crew. (Star Trek: Voyager episode: "Demon")
In 2375, this duplicate ship - unaware that it was a facsimile of the original Voyager crew - began suddenly dying one by one due to warp drive radiation. Upon finding out their true identities, they set a course back to the Demon class planet, but everyone, including the duplicate Halliwell, died before the ship could reach home. (Star Trek: Voyager episode: "Course: Oblivion")
- "With all of the romantic relationships that Admiral Kira has had throughout his entire life one would think he was a Denobulan."
- — Phlox during a celebration speech of Typhuss's promotion to Admiral in 2409
Typhuss first met My'ra Telek in 2348. From that first day Typhuss fell in love with My'ra. My'ra took Typhuss back to her house and had sex with him. The next day they started to date. My'ra and Typhuss dated for one year, but My'ra dumped Typhuss because he was not ready for a romantic relationship.
In 2349, Typhuss first met Selina Kyle and fell in love with her. Selina took Typhuss back to her house and had sex with him. The next day Typhuss and Selina started to see each other. Selina Kyle was a lonely, frustrated woman pushed over the edge into obsession and crime after Typhuss broke up with her in 2350. Selina didn't tell Typhuss that she was pregnant with his daughter Helena Kyle in January of 2350. Selina Kyle's repressed rage towards her ex-boyfriend Typhuss allowed her to transform into the clever supervillainess Catwoman. On January 14th Helena was born in New York city. (Star Trek: Intrepid episodes: "Launch", "Revelations Helena", "The Return of Catwoman")
In 2350, Typhuss first met Navaar at a bar, prior to joining Starfleet six months later. Navaar and Typhuss fell in love. Navaar took Typhuss back to her house and had sex with him. Typhuss and Navaar dated for six months then they broke up, they ended their relationship because, Typhuss and Navaar where not ready for a romantic relationship.
In 2350, Typhuss first met a Klingon woman named Kori Chazmok. Typhuss and Kori fell in love that day. On stardate 27455 Typhuss got authorization from his Commanding officer and his CMO to engage in a romantic relationship with Kori Chazmok. Then Typhuss and Kori started to date. Kori took Typhuss back to his room and had sex with him. Their relationship lasted for three years then in 2353 they ended their relationship because, Typhuss and Kori where not ready for a romantic relationship. A week later Kori found out that she was pregnant. Kori gave birth to her daughter K'Ehleyr Chazmok on August 20th and Kori would later tell Typhuss about his daughter in 2386. Kori's second daughter Vixis Chazmok was born on August 22nd on Qo'noS and Kori would later tell Typhuss about his daughter in 2386. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "Revelations")
Vala Mal DoranEdit
During this time, Vala was a motorcyclist and own a red motorcycle. Vala also had snake tattoos on her neck, chest and both of her arms. In 2353, Typhuss first met Vala Mal Doran at a night club. That night Typhuss fell in love with Vala. Vala took Typhuss back to her house and had sex with him. The next day Typhuss and Vala started to date. Their relationship lasted for one year, they found out that they weren't right for each other and Vala broke up with Typhuss. A week later Vala found out that she was pregnant. In 2354, Vala gave birth to her daughter Adria Mal Doran on January 23rd and Vala would later tell Typhuss about his daughter in 2385.
In 2354, Typhuss first met cadet Mikaela Banes at a party at her friend's house. Mikaela took Typhuss to a bedroom and had sex with him. Mikaela liked Typhuss and they started dating a week later after the party. Mikaela and Typhuss only dated for two months, the relationship didn't work because Typhuss still loved Vala and they broke up. Mikaela was killed during the Federation-Cardassian War in 2358. Mikaela was captured by the Cardassians and was a prisoner of war. Mikaela was held in a prisoner of war camp by the Cardassians until 2367. In 2367, Mikaela was captured by the Orion Syndicate. Eighteen years later in 2385, Mikaela was rescued by the USS Intrepid-A and the USS Aventine.
In 2354, Typhuss first met Jane Smith at a bar. Jane and Typhuss fell in love. Jane took Typhuss back to her house and had sex with him. They started dating. Two months later they got married and eight months later their relationship was not working and they got a divorce. A week later Jane found out that she was pregnant. Nine months later Jane's daughter, Janet Smith was born on June 2nd and Jane would later tell Typhuss about his daughter in 2386. (Star Trek: Kingston episode: "Revelations")
At the time Jane was pregnant with Janet she was pregnant with her second daughter Penny Smith, Penny was born on June 3rd a day after her sister was born. Jane would later tell Typhuss about his daughter in 2387. (Star Trek: Intrepid episode: "Revelations II")
In 2354, Typhuss first met Cheryl Anderson at a bar. Cheryl and Typhuss fell in love. Cheryl took Typhuss back to her house and had sex with him. They started dating that night. Six months later they got married and seven months later their relationship was not working and they got a divorce.
Victoria Constance MarieEdit
In 2354, Typhuss met Victoria Constance Marie at a bar after his divorce with Cheryl Anderson. Victoria and Typhuss talked for two hours. Victoria and Typhuss fell in love at the bar that night. Victoria took Typhuss to her house to drink some wine and later Victoria had sex with him in her bedroom. They started dating that night. Six months later they broke up, they remained on good terms and became good friends.
In 2354, Typhuss first met Samantha Carter at a bar. Samantha and Typhuss talked for two hours. Samantha and Typhuss fell in love at the bar that night. Samantha took Typhuss to her house to drink some wine. Samantha made the first move and kissed Typhuss. Samantha ended up having sex with Typhuss in her bedroom that night. Typhuss and Samantha dated for two months, he proposed to her, whom she accepted. Then they got married. By 2359, their relationship was not working and Typhuss divorced Samantha Carter after five years of marriage. After the divorce Typhuss and Sam remained on good terms and became good friends in 2360 after joining the Stargate Program and SG-1. Later that year Sam was so lonely that she had sex with Typhuss in her quarters at the SGC. Later Sam told Typhuss that the only reason she had sex with him was that she was lonely snice their divorce a year before. (Star Trek: Samantha Carter)
In 2377, after Typhuss returned to Earth, Sam and Typhuss went on vacation with each other to Risa. That night Sam had sex with Typhuss in her room for five hours. The next day Sam had sex with Typhuss again in her room for five hours. After Sam returned to the SGC, Vala asked Sam if she had a "good time on Risa", Sam replied "I did" and told Vala that she had "sex with a hot man she met on Risa." Unknown to Vala a the time the "hot man" was in fact Typhuss James Halliwell.
Shortly after Typhuss's divorce from Samantha Carter in 2359, Typhuss ran into his old friend Julia Harris. Julia told Typhuss she was in love with him. Typhuss told Julia that he was in love with her too. Julia took Typhuss to her apartment and had some wine with him. Julia kissed Typhuss on the lips and took him to her bedroom and had sex with him. That night they became lovers and started dating. Seven months later they broke up
- "You like strong women. I've done my homework. Or do I need skin-tight vinyl and a whip?"
- — Chase Meridian trying to seduce Typhuss in 2359
Shortly after Typhuss's break up with Julia Harris in 2359, Typhuss met Chase Meridian. Chase asked Typhuss out on a date and had dinner with him at a bar. Chase took Typhuss to her apartment and had some wine with him. Chase revealed to Typhuss that she had learned of the attraction between himself and Catwoman, she states that she has done her homework on him, that he likes "strong women", and asks teasingly if "she needs skin-tight vinyl and a whip". Chase kissed Typhuss on the lips and took him to her bedroom and had sex with him. That night they became lovers and started dating. Eight months later they broke up. (Star Trek: Intrepid)
Elaine Benes was a beautiful woman who was once a lover of Typhuss's in 2359. One night she met Typhuss at a party and the two started a relationship. Two months later, Typhuss left Elaine because he was not ready for a romantic relationship according to Elaine.
Paris McKenna was a beautiful brunette who was once a lover of Typhuss's in 2359. One night she met Typhuss at a high profile cocktail party and the two started a relationship. He left her behind after two months in (ironically) Paris, however, because his job was too dangerous for a real relationship.
In 2359, Typhuss first met Xena. Xena and Typhuss fell in love that day. Later Xena had sex with him under the stars that night. Four weeks later they got married. In 2360, their child Eve was born. During her journey to Jappa with Borias, years before meeting Hercules, she inadvertantly (and unknowingly) caused the death of the 40,000 people of Higuchi, a large village in Jappa. These souls were captured by Yodoshi and were rendered unable to cross over to the other side. In 2375, Xena had to die to fight Yodoshi and then stay dead to protect the souls from being condemned once again. Gabrielle and Typhuss watch the sunset with Xena, as Xena disappears and ceases to live. After Xena's death in Jappa, Gabrielle taught herself how to use the chakram and Gabrielle and Typhuss continued her adventure for the greater good without her. Her spirit, however, still very much appears to be with Gabrielle and Typhuss.
In 2378, Typhuss first met Kira Nerys on Deep Space 9. Typhuss and Kira soon showed an attraction to each other. Typhuss got authorization from Kathryn Janeway and The Doctor to engage in a romantic relationship with Kira Nerys. Kira took Typhuss back to her quarters and had sex with him. Typhuss and Kira dated for a week and then later they became engaged to be married. On January 7th, 2378 Kira and Typhuss got married aboard Deep Space 9. (Star Trek: Helena episode: The Return Home)
In 2379, Kira becomes pregnant with Typhuss's first child. Typhuss's and Kira's first child Kira Hoshi Sato was born in 2379, Kira Hoshi Sato was delivered in a traditional Bajoran birthing ceremony. In 2383, Kira becomes pregnant with Typhuss's second child. Typhuss's and Kira's second child Shakaar Edon Kira was born in 2383, Shakaar was delivered in a traditional Bajoran birthing ceremony. (Star Trek: Intrepid)
In 2387, Typhuss told Kira that he was in love with Helen Magnus at first Kira was angry with him, Kira also thought that Typhuss had an affair with Helen but Typhuss told Kira that he didn't have an affair with Helen, deciding to work out their problems rather than getting a divorce. Kira and Typhuss were able to work out their problems and stay married to each other. Typhuss filed for divorce from Kira. Typhuss told Kira he still loved her. Also, during this time, Typhuss admitted his feelings to Helen and the two began a relationship. In January 2388, Kira did not sign the divorce papers, so the divorce was never finalised. Kira hoped one day that Typhuss would reconcile with her. Typhuss broke up with Helen and reconciled with Kira. (Sanctuary episode: The Helen Magnus Impostor)
Later that year Kira filed for divorce from Typhuss, Kira was lonely and felt that Typhuss wasn't there for her. Typhuss got married to Samantha Carter again. The next day Sam got a fast divorce from Typhuss and Kira came over to talk, Kira stopped the divorce and reconciled with Typhuss.
- "I have been waiting three decades to have a relationship with you, Helen. I am not going to wait any longer."
- — Typhuss James Halliwell
In 2350, Typhuss fell in love with Helen Magnus after she saved his life. In 2370, Helen and Typhuss went on vacation with each other to Risa. That night Helen had sex with Typhuss in her room for five hours. The next night Helen had sex with Typhuss again in her room for five hours. Three days later they returned to the Sanctuary. Helen talked to Typhuss about their friendship and they stayed friends but they would not have sex again. The romance was short but Helen enjoyed having sex with Typhuss and remarked that it was the "best sex" she had ever had in her life, while talking to Kate Freelander in her office at the Old City Sanctuary.
For thirty seven years Typhuss has been in love with Helen and tells her. In 2387, Typhuss filed for divorce from Kira. Helen talked to Typhuss about leaving Kira, Helen told Typhuss that he was not thinking clearly. Typhuss admitted to Helen that he had waited three decades to tell her he was in love with her and have a relationship with her. Typhuss also told Helen that he was not going to wait any longer and Helen agreed. Helen kissed Typhuss hard on the lips. Helen and Typhuss were no longer friends. Also, during this time, Typhuss admitted his feelings to Helen and the two began a relationship.
In January 2388, Kira did not sign the divorce papers, so the divorce was never finalised. Typhuss broke up with Helen and reconciled with Kira and Helen and Typhuss became friends again. (Sanctuary episode: The Helen Magnus Impostor)
Typhuss was close with Piper and looked up to Piper. Typhuss helped Piper deal with Prue's death.
Typhuss was close with Phoebe and looked up to Phoebe. Phoebe took Prue's death hard and Typhuss helped Phoebe deal with Prue's death.
Typhuss was close with Paige and looked up to Paige. Paige also took Prue's death hard and Typhuss helped Paige deal with Prue's death.
Typhuss is very close to his cousin Chloe. Typhuss is honest and open to Chloe, often asking her advice or support in his personal problems. Chloe has become a confidante for all of her family, Typhuss most of all.
Oliver Queen is Typhuss's cousin-in-law, Typhuss and Oliver are very close, they talk and have dinner with Chloe.
Typhuss is very close to his cousin Lois. Lois is as close as a sister to her cousins Chloe and Typhuss and is very protective of them.
Typhuss is not close with his cousin Lucy because Lucy is also very manipulative, and a skilled liar.
Typhuss insisted that Kira remain on Deep Space 9 while he traversed the galaxy as captain of the USS Intrepid-A. Because of this, he rarely sees her except on occasion when he can divert his ship to the station for brief visits. By 2378, Kira joined the Bajoran Relgious Order following her experiences with Iliana Ghemor and the Ascendants. During her studies, Kira was able to quickly rise through the ranks and reached the level of Vedek in only three years, which was considered to be impossible previously.
Hoshi shared her parents attention for the most part, being well-treated and given as much attention as possible. However, as time went on and the careers of both parents became more demanding, full-time nannies were hired to take care of and raise their children.
Shakaar rarely ever saw his parents, having grown up most of his life under the care of the nannies hired to take care of him and his sister.
Helena was born and grew up in the "No Mans" zones of New York City along with her mother Selina, far from the concern of her father. Her mother became one of the infamous "vigilantees" of that region known as "Catwoman." She was known as a vigilante among the inhabitants of the "No Mans" zone because she would steal from the Federation, which was viewed by the inhabitants as a good act. Tired of a violent, poverty-stricken existence filled with doubt and despair, Helena left home one day in 2383 and she encountered her father for the first time and the revelation of her father's identity did serve to bring the two closer together. (Star Trek: Intrepid episode: "Revelations Helena")
Xena (clone) and EveEdit
In 2388, Typhuss met a clone of Xena. Xena was still in love with Typhuss. The Xena clone had blond hair and not black hair like Xena. Typhuss is very close to Eve, his daughter. Eve was born in 2360.
Typhuss was descended from a long line of notable figures in Federation history. His more famous ancestors included Erika Hernandez on his mother's side, and Zefram Cochrane on his father's. Erika Hernandez was the commanding officer of Earth's second warp 5-capable starship, the Columbia and Zefram Cochrane was the inventor of warp drive. His family comes from a long line of Starfleet officers, dating back to the United Earth Starfleet of the 22nd century and Starfleet in the 23rd century. His great great great grandfather, Typhuss James Halliwell was in command of the NX-class starship Lexington during the Earth-Romulan War. (Star Trek: Intrepid)
Intendant Kira NerysEdit
Intendant Kira and Typhuss had a complicated relationship. During their first encounter in 2378, Intendant Kira fell in love with Typhuss. Intendant Kira had a great affection for Typhuss, who in contrast views Intendant Kira with a tremendous amount of disdain and distrust.
Intendant Deanna TroiEdit
Intendant Troi and Typhuss had a complicated relationship. During their first encounter in 2378, Intendant Troi fell in love with Typhuss. Intendant Troi had a great affection for Typhuss, who in contrast views Intendant Troi with a tremendous amount of disdain and distrust.
Intendant B'Elanna TorresEdit
Intendant Torres and Typhuss had a complicated relationship. During their first encounter in 2378, Intendant Torres fell in love with Typhuss. Intendant Torres had a great affection for Typhuss, who in contrast views Intendant Torres with a tremendous amount of disdain and distrust.
The second hardest rival Typhuss faced during his Starfleet career was Vice Admiral Alexander Pierce during the Hobus Conspiracy in 2387, a plot by some Starfleet officers to militarize Starfleet in the aftermath of the Hobus crisis.
Typhuss first met Helen Magnus four years piror to 2354, when she was eighteen and when he was seventeen. On one of her expeditions in 2350, Helen saved a young Typhuss James Halliwell from dangerous thugs who were attacking him. Twenty years later Magnus appoints an adult Typhuss, a Starfleet officer, to become her new protégé, which he eventually accepts. After saving his life when he was seventeen, Magnus has always watched over Typhuss, and has now become his mentor and friend.
Typhuss took a picture of Helen Magnus with him, that Helen gave to him. Typhuss would keep the picture in his quarters for seven years until he returned to Earth on December 31st 2377.
He often goes out of his way to protect her, and becomes angry towards anyone threatening her. They greatly respect each other, and Typhuss relies on her as a mentor as much as she relies on him as her second-in-command.
For thirty seven years Typhuss has kept a secret from Magnus, he is in love with her. In 2387, Typhuss tells Magnus that he is in love with her. In 2387, Typhuss filed for divorce from Kira and Helen and Typhuss were no longer friends. Also, during this time, Typhuss admitted his feelings to Helen and the two began a relationship.
In January 2388, Kira did not sign the divorce papers, so the divorce was never finalised. Typhuss broke up with Helen and reconciled with Kira. Later they became friends again. (Sanctuary episode: The Helen Magnus Impostor)
Magnus is very protective of Typhuss, in 2367 Helen protected Typhuss from his ex-girlfriend Selina Kyle by pointing a gun at her and telling Selina to stay away from him. Typhuss is so loyal to Helen that he would die for her. Typhuss is one of the most important persons in Helen Magnus's life and a trusted agent of the Sanctuary Network and one of her closest friends, Typhuss is acutely respectful of Helen’s work and knowledge.
However, over time Typhuss grew to admire Mulder a great deal and became friends with him. Mulder is one of the few persons in his life that he can trust. They first met in March 2360.
However, over time Scully grew to admire Typhuss a great deal and became friends with him. Scully is one of the few persons in his life that he can trust. They first met in March 2360.
Typhuss first met Lex Luthor in 2360 and became fast friends soon after meeting. Lex is Typhuss's closest friend and confidant. They always go to each other for advice. In 2371, after Typhuss found out that Lex was spying on him and his family, Typhuss and Lex became enemies and stopped being friends.
Typhuss first met Tess Mercer around the same time he met Lex. Tess is Typhuss's closest friend and confidant. They always go to each other for advice. As Tess progresses showing changes in her personality on-goes as she repeatedly claims that Typhuss has saved her and she becomes more creative in methods to help others.
During their time on Voyager, Typhuss James Halliwell became Harry's best friend and both men formed a strong and lasting friendship. In 2371, Typhuss became friends with Harry Kim before Voyager's first mission and their friendship started. They first met on Deep Space 9, where a Ferengi bartender named Quark was pressuring Kim to buy Lobi crystals. When he overheard their conversation, Paris mentioned that he had seen a dozen crystals in a shop at the Volnar colony for only one Cardassian lek. With this remark, he sunk the deal the Ferengi wanted to make and prevented Kim from paying too much for the crystals. Harry and Typhuss took an instant liking in Tom and they became friends. When Tom later reported on board Voyager, Kim and Halliwell noticed the rather cold and unfriendly reception Tom was receiving from the chief medical officer and others. When Kim and Halliwell asked him what that was all about, Tom avoided that subject, stating that he was tired of telling it. Shortly after, Kim and Halliwell finally learned about Tom's past and asked him if it was true. Tom said that while the accident was due to a piloting error that he tried to cover up by falsifying reports, he eventually came around and confessed everything; a move that got him discharged from Starfleet. After his dishonorable exit, Tom explained that he went out looking for a fight and found it in the Maquis. Unfortunately for him, he got caught on his first assignment. Tom remarked that the whole ordeal was actually tougher on his father than on him. When he advised Kim and Halliwell to listen to everyone else and stay away, as he wasn't exactly a "good luck charm", Harry and Typhuss told him that they were capable of choosing their own friends. Harry, Tom and Typhuss spent a lot of time in the holodeck. Harry, Typhuss and Tom had meals in the mess hall.
In 2371, Typhuss became friends with Tom Paris before going on a mission to the Badlands to locate Chakotay and his Maquis crew. During their time on Voyager, Typhuss James Halliwell became Tom's best friend and both men formed a strong and lasting friendship. Paris first met Typhuss, on board Deep Space 9, where a Ferengi bartender named Quark was pressuring Kim to buy Lobi crystals. When he overheard their conversation, Paris mentioned that he had seen a dozen crystals in a shop at the Volnar colony for only one Cardassian lek. With this remark, he sunk the deal the Ferengi wanted to make and prevented Kim from paying too much for the crystals. Harry and Typhuss took an instant liking in Tom and they became friends. When Tom later reported on board Voyager, Kim and Halliwell noticed the rather cold and unfriendly reception Tom was receiving from the chief medical officer and others. When Kim and Halliwell asked him what that was all about, Tom avoided that subject, stating that he was tired of telling it. Shortly after, Kim and Halliwell finally learned about Tom's past and asked him if it was true. Tom said that while the accident was due to a piloting error that he tried to cover up by falsifying reports, he eventually came around and confessed everything; a move that got him discharged from Starfleet. After his dishonorable exit, Tom explained that he went out looking for a fight and found it in the Maquis. Unfortunately for him, he got caught on his first assignment. Tom remarked that the whole ordeal was actually tougher on his father than on him. When he advised Kim and Halliwell to listen to everyone else and stay away, as he wasn't exactly a "good luck charm", Harry and Typhuss told him that they were capable of choosing their own friends. Harry, Tom and Typhuss spent a lot of time in the holodeck. Harry, Typhuss and Tom had meals in the mess hall. Tom Paris is Typhuss's closest friend and confidant. They always go to each other for advice. In 2381, Typhuss was deeply insulted because Tom lied to him about B'Elanna's and Miral's fate, and that their reported deaths had all been part of an elaborate plan. Following the revelation that B'Elanna and Miral were still alive Typhuss refused to speak to Tom and was deeply hurt by what Tom had done. It took a session with Counselor Hugh Cambridge to help them heal their friendship. Tom and Typhuss decide to remain friends.
Over the course of their journey, Chakotay and Typhuss grew as friends and colleagues, each coming to respect and admire the other. With the passage of time, both Starfleet and Maquis had bonded and grown as one Starfleet crew. During Voyager's mission to the Delta Quadrant as part of Project Full Circle, the female Q that rescued her facilitated her return by prolonging the moment between death and a higher level of being. With the help of both Q's son as well as Kes, Janeway was able to recollect her scattered atoms and reintegrate them. Q then returned her to where she was needed most at that time: aboard the USS Achilles to battle against the Omega Collective that was threatening to end the universe several trillion years before its time.
Over the course of their journey, Kathryn Janeway and Typhuss grew as friends and colleagues, each coming to respect and admire the other. When Kathryn died in 2380, Typhuss felt upset over her death. During Voyager's mission to the Delta Quadrant as part of Project Full Circle, the female Q that rescued her facilitated her return by prolonging the moment between death and a higher level of being. With the help of both Q's son as well as Kes, Janeway was able to recollect her scattered atoms and reintegrate them. Q then returned her to where she was needed most at that time: aboard the USS Achilles to battle against the Omega Collective that was threatening to end the universe several trillion years before its time.
As the first child born aboard Voyager, Naomi's friends were limited to the adults on the ship. Naomi made the most of the opportunity and befriended officers on board. Typhuss formed a friendship with Naomi Wildman in 2374.
Typhuss formed friendships with the ex-Borg children Icheb, Azan, Rebi, and Mezoti who were rescued by Voyager in 2376. After discovering that Icheb had been genetically engineered as a weapon against the Borg, the eldest of the children, Icheb, remained with Voyager and Typhuss and Icheb formed a more close friendship.
Typhuss first met John Taggart at Starfleet Academy, when the two were assigned as roomates together. They both respect each other both as friends and as Starfleet officers, to the point where they call each other by their first names.
James T. KirkEdit
Typhuss first met James T. Kirk in 2378, after they were captured by the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance. Kirk and Typhuss escaped from the mirror universe and returned to the prime universe. Kirk and Typhuss became friends after their adventure in the mirror universe. They both respect each other both as friends and as Starfleet officers, to the point where they call each other by their first names.
In 2359 Typhuss first meet Gabrielle after Xena and Typhuss saved the village from the warlord Draco. Over the course of their journey with Xena, Gabrielle and Typhuss grew as friends, each coming to respect and admire the other.
Leroy Jethro GibbsEdit
Typhuss and Gibbs formed a friendship in 2360 when Typhuss joined SCIS. Typhuss greatly respects Gibbs and claims to have a good friendship with Gibbs. Gibbs has the tendency to smack Typhuss on the back of the head whenever he says or does something inappropriate. Although this annoys Typhuss, it also appears to be something he has come to expect from his boss.
Typhuss and Caitlin Todd formed a friendship in 2360 when Typhuss joined SCIS. Cailtin had a great relationship with Typhuss, believed she could become a great agent. Kate had a lot of respect for Typhuss, and worked well with him. Kate and Typhuss often had arguments, usually in various levels of immaturity, but they genuinely cared for each other. They themselves referred to it as a brother-sister relationship. When Kate died, Typhuss felt upset over her death.
Typhuss himself considers his relationship with Timothy McGee to be abusive. Part of this could be considered hazing, as McGee is the least experienced member of the SCIS team and ranks only as a junior field agent. For example, when McGee joined the team as a probationary Special Agent, Typhuss began calling him "Probie". Other nicknames he as used include "McGeek ", "McTardy," "McNerd," "McKillJoy," "McCheat," "Mcgoo" "McTimex. Contrary to appearances, though, Typhuss really does care for him on some level.
Typhuss and Tony formed a friendship in 2360 when Typhuss joined SCIS. Tony would pick on McGee, with Typhuss often joining Tony in picking on McGee.
Typhuss and Olivia Benson formed a friendship in 2360 when Typhuss joined the Starfleet Criminal Investigative Service and the Special Victims Unit. Their relationship is not without friction, as the two sometimes argue over the cases they work on. Olivia is deeply empathetic with victims of sex crimes. As a result, she is often quick to believe victim's stories. Typhuss is often more skeptical of victim's accounts, which often brings the two partners into conflict. They have never been romantically involved. However in an alternate reality they were romantically involved by 2371. There is also some sexual tension between them. A heated conflict occured between the two when Olivia accused Typhuss of attacking Brigadier General Samantha Carter. Olivia later apologized to Typhuss after evidence was found, the attacker was a Changeling and their friendship was restored.
Typhuss's relationship with Kate's successor, Ziva David, has been sort of a cat and mouse relationship. The two also often try to outdo each other. They do this in verbal and physical competitions. Some aspects of Ziva's personality disturb him, such as the fact that she sleeps with a phaser in her hand. She is the only one other than Gibbs who can sneak up behind him without him realizing it.
In 2354, Typhuss James Halliwell joined Starfleet Intelligence. Typhuss and Jennifer Shepard formed a friendship in 2354, after he joined Starfleet Intelligence. Typhuss and Jenny have a good friendship, Typhuss often calls her Jenny when they are off duty. When they are on duty Typhuss calls her Director or Director Shepard. In 2385, Shepard was replaced as Director of Starfleet Intelligence by Vice Admiral Marta Batanides. Admiral Batanides made Shepard Director of Covert Ops. As of 2388, Shepard is still Director of Covert Ops.
George S. HammondEdit
Typhuss became friends with General George S. Hammond in 2360 after joining the Stargate program and SG-1. Their friendship grew over the years until his death in 2383 after having a heart attack. With Typhuss saying "George Hammond was my friend and commanding officer for twenty three years".
Typhuss became friends with Colonel Jack O'Neill in 2360 after joining the Stargate program and SG-1. Their friendship grew over the years to the point that Typhuss called him by his first name. Typhuss thinks of Jack O'Neill as a brother. Typhuss's friendship with Jack is one long-standing friendship that has lasted for over twenty eight years and continues to this day. Over the years, Typhuss and Jack's friendship has continued to grow strong with both men often willing to help the other in times of despair.
Typhuss became friends with Doctor Janet Fraiser in 2360 after joining the Stargate program and SG-1. Their friendship grew over the years in the SGC, having meals with each other in the mess hall. In 2367, Janet traveled to P3X-666 with SG-1 and attempted to stabilize Major Simon Wells. In the process of treating him, she was hit by an errant staff weapon blast and killed instantly. When Janet died in 2367, Typhuss felt upset over her death.
Typhuss became friends with Samantha Carter in 2360 after joining the Stargate Program and SG-1. Their friendship grew over the years that they became closer friends. When Voyager got lost in the Delta Quadrant in 2371, Sam felt upset and sad, fearing that Typhuss was dead. In 2374, Sam got the news that Typhuss was alive and lost in the Delta Quardant. Typhuss finally returned to Earth at the end of 2377 when Voyager traveled inside a Borg sphere through a transwarp conduit into the Alpha Quadrant. Sam was finally reunited with Typhuss at the SGC after seven years in the Delta Quadrant.
Typhuss became friends with Teyla Emmagan in 2379 after joining the Atlantis expedition, where the two formed a close friendship. They themselves referred to it as a brother-sister relationship.
Typhuss became friends with Elizabeth Weir in 2369 and for the next ten years their friendship grew and they became closer friends.
Typhuss became friends with Kara Thrace in 2350 at Starfleet Academy, where the two formed a close friendship and they served on the USS Kansas in 2360.
Typhuss became friends with John Sheppard on December 31st, 2377 two years before joining the Atlantis expedition and John also served on the USS Intrepid and the USS Intrepid-A, where the two formed a close friendship.
Typhuss became friends with Sarah Mackenzie in 2354 and their friendship grew over the years that they became closer friends.
Typhuss became friends with Ellen Ripley in 2357 and their friendship grew that they became closer friends. Typhuss was a second father to Amanda, Ripley's daughter, when she was just 3 years old after her father Alex left Ripley and Amanda, and Typhuss was also her godfather snice Amanda's birth.
Personality and traitsEdit
Typhuss has often displayed a strong moral compass and a willingness to sacrifice in pursuit of saving others. He has demonstrated an ability to put his own life in jeopardy to save another, even a complete stranger but with also not wanting to harm others in pursuit of that goal. He has also demonstrated a strong stance on the treatment of prisoners. Typhuss has shown that he has a willingness to help those even when some of them have indicated that they are uninterested in any help. He was willing to put his own personal life on hold in pursuit of helping others. Typhuss has a PhD and during his years at Starfleet Academy was one of the brightest students topping all of the classes and earning every away given out. He has demonstrated a strong knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry and engineering. His skills have been instrumental in the development of most of Earth's advanced technology. He has also demonstrated some diplomatic abilities. He is an exceptionally skilled pilot, being able to fly a wide variety of ships, ranging from Ancient warships to Puddle Jumpers. He is a skilled fighter pilot, often flying an F-302 in space combat. He can also come up with his own brilliant tactical plans when he needs to. Typhuss is one of the most skilled fighters on Starbase Atlantis. He is able to use a wide a variety of Starfleet and alien weapons. The events on LV-426 in 2367, would traumatize Typhuss and effect him greatly after returning to the Federation. He suffered from nightmares related to the creature. Typhuss has one of the most powerful mental defenses known. He is able to resist Asuran mind-probes, who showed the ability to resist the Asuran mind-probe due to his previous encounters with it. He's also fiercely loyal to the people that he loves, a Halliwell trait.
- Peak of human physical condition: Even before his tenure as Oliver's prodigy and vigilante, Typhuss is shown to be in top physical shape. After 5 months of training with Oliver, Typhuss became a strong fighter, that can clash in battle with several opponents. During his training with Oliver and the fights against his enemies he showed excellent flexibility and coordination.
- Honed senses: Typhuss is able to pick up danger before anyone else in his vicinity does, showing noticeably sharp hearing and sight. His keen skills of perception offer aid in otherwise detrimental situations.
- Master archer: As Oliver's prodigy, he was taught in the ways of archery. Typhuss is highly skilled in archery, having been trained by Oliver, he is able to shoot arrows with great accuracy and shoot with deadly accuracy even while he was in motion able to precisely hit targets from great distances. He can also accurately anticipate an enemy projectile to block it with an arrow and fire multiple arrows at once. During his time known as the Red Arrow, word quickly spread that Typhuss never misses. He's also equally proficient in combining his bow skills with close-range combat, which has become his signature fighting tactic, allowing him to seamlessly shift between melee fighting and shooting.
- Master knife-fighter/Expert knife-thrower: Typhuss is shown to be highly skilled with knives. He was able to kill a man with a single stab, and was seen skillfully practicing Kali knife-fighting techniques with John Diggle. Typhuss is also skilled in using knives in long-range combat, and can utilize his arrows as improvised knives, by using them to stab enemies in combat. Typhuss is highly skilled in throwing knifes, without watching he was able to throw a knife to Malcolm's forehead, which he caught. Typhuss was able to use a kitchen knife, as an improvised throwing knife to disarm Miranda Tate, before she could kill Laurel Lance.
- Master hand-to-hand combatant/Martial artist: Typhuss is an incredible close-range combatant/martial artist, his time under Oliver's training and as a vigilante made him an expert in close-ranged combat. His style mirrors that of Oliver, his style shows advanced skill in Wing Chun, Systema, Taekwondo, Capoeira, Kali, Kung Fu, Muay Thai, Jeet Kun Do, Eskrima, Kyūdō, Boxing, Bojutsu, Hapkido, Judo, Kenjutsu, Karate, Krav Maga, Jujitsu, Silat, Wrestling, Sambo, Aikido, and Kickboxing. He also uses pressure points when striking his opponent, he has been shown to incapacitate his opponent with just one punch. Typhuss became a proficient fighter, who can easily beat several opponents, he combines his fighting skills with powerful kicks and punches. Typhuss excels in advanced close-range combat. He is proficient in various types of strikes, grapples, blocks, throws, take-downs, and holds, letting him effectively change his battle tactics and attack patterns to suit the situation, allowing him to more than hold his own against seemingly any opponents or multiple people at once.
- Expert stick fighter: He was trained by Oliver and possibly Sara Lance. Also, like Oliver he often uses his bow as a melee weapon. Typhuss is skilled in fighting with sticks. Being able to spar with Oliver and impressing him and shows his skills practicing on a training dummy or sparring with his team, to which he swiftly defeated the latter. During a sparring session, he was able to defeat Thea, Laurel and John all at once.
- Master marksman/Firearms/phasers: Typhuss has shown similar skill in the use of various other firearms and phasers as he has with archery. During his time with Starfleet Intelligence, Typhuss also became an adept sniper, able to accurately hit his moving targets from almost a mile away. Typhuss showed similar proficiency as he quickly shot down his targets.
- Master swordsman: Typhuss is a master swordsman. Originally, due to training from Oliver Queen, Typhuss became highly proficient in swordsmanship.
- Stealth/Free running/Acrobatics: Typhuss is an accomplished acrobat, capable of scaling buildings, and running from rooftop to rooftop with ease. He is maneuverable and graceful, able to pursue and outrun a target in various types of terrains. His skills allow him to fluidly dodge and attack from different directions without losing balance. After 5 months of training with Oliver, Typhuss was able to sneak up on Oliver who only realized he was there when he called his name. After 5 months of training, Typhuss was able to escape from Miranda by jumping off a balcony. In battle, he is proven very agile and evasive, able to fluidly dodge attacks from multiple directions with coordinated flips, twists, and sharp turns without losing balance. Typhuss is very elusive. He can sneak in and out of most guarded buildings without being detected, follow his targets for long periods of time unnoticed, and quickly disappear from sight even in broad daylight.
- High-level intellect/master detective/tactician/leader/forensics expert: Typhuss has demonstrated great detective skills while searching for information about people because he is a trained SCIS officer. He is very sharp, aware of to his surroundings, able to determine much of the events that transpired from it. He is a quick-learner, having gained great knowledge, if not skill in various fields from his years in Starfleet and Starfleet Intelligence and use them all effectively to aid in his investigations while maintaining discretion. He is highly tactical, both in preparation and while in action, letting him plan out how to take on large numbers of dangerous adversaries and enhanced/super-powered individuals. Typhuss is a capable leader, as a Captain of a Starfleet ship and has led it successfully. He is skilled in arguments and giving out speeches, in motivating and inspiring others. As a detective, he can effectively searching for information and follow clues. He is very precise with forensics, able to analyze and gather information. From his analysis of various residues and such, he is also shown a considerable knowledge of chemistry. Typhuss has shown to be very sharp, aware of to his surroundings, able to determine much of the events that transpired from it. A very methodical man, Typhuss has proven able to handle various areas that requires one to be alert and adaptive. He is a quick-learner, having gained great knowledge, if not skill in various fields and use them all effectively as a vigilante while maintaining discretion.
- Expert computer skills: During his time with Starfleet Intelligence, Typhuss learned much about programs and networks through computers. He is capable of hacking a system for his goals like transferring bank accounts and acquire sensitive or secure information when necessary. His skill however is not as good as Felicity's as he would regularly go to her for aid even before revealing his vigilante identity to her. However, he was able to figure his way around one of Felicity's programs that locked him in the Arrowcave.
- Network: Typhuss uses his connections in A.R.G.U.S. to get information, due to his friendship with Lyla Michaels, he has some connections in A.R.G.U.S..
- Indomitable will/High tolerance for pain: Typhuss is shown to be very driven and nearly fearless, never giving up under any situation. Like his brother Michael, Typhuss demonstrates indomitable will and resourcefulness to accomplish his goals. Typhuss's unstoppable determination and strength of will make him an extremely formidable opponent. This makes him able to function while tolerating massive amounts of physical pain. During his first fight against Malcolm Merlyn, despite being badly injured, Typhuss was able to injure Malcolm's leg with a flechette and knock him out cold with a single punch. He could even resist Darhk's telekinetic hold long enough to fire an arrow clean at him.
- Expert driver/Expert pilot: Typhuss is able to man multiple vehicles, and appears to be skilled at it. He is able to pursue enemies in various ways using different vehicles, known to be a motorcycle. At some point in his years as a Starfleet officer, he learned how to fly shuttles and became a pilot, Typhuss was able to crash land the shuttle without dying.
- Intimidation/Interrogation/Torture: As a vigilante, Typhuss commands a very intimidating presence, which strikes fear into the hearts of the criminals he confronts. In some instances, Typhuss is not above maiming his targets for intel, (which sometimes leaves him at odds with other people, such as Laurel or Barry). For the use of torture, Typhuss has enough intel and kinesthetic knowledge of the human anatomy to torture someone and cause them great pain without danger of immediately killing them.
- Expert motorcyclist: Typhuss is able proficiently drive a motorcycle and use attack tactics from it.
- Customized oneida kestrel compound bow: While out fighting crime as Red Arrow, Typhuss uses a red colored customized oneida kestrel compound bow.
- Red Arrow suit: Typhuss uses the Red Arrow suit as his heroic alter-ego, Red Arrow, to hide his identity from his enemies, when he goes out fighting crime. It is also unknown what materials it is made from; with the exception of kevlar. It seems to resemble the suit worn by Oliver Queen.
- Trick arrows: Typhuss has used custom-designed arrows such as incendiary arrows that explode on contact. On occasions, he has also been known to use arrows embedded with recording and listening devices.
- Quiver: A red arrow container strapped to Typhuss's back. He uses it to carry his arrows as Red Arrow.
- Flechette: Typhuss, as Red Arrow, carries flechettes or the equivalent to darts to disarm people. For example, he uses one to disarm Quentin of his phaser. He carries it around his forearm. It is unknown what materials it is made from. It can be assumed that Typhuss may carry some trick fletchettes as well e.g., he uses smoke producing ones to assist in his escape from the SCIS. Typhuss carries multiple red flechettes strapped to his left thigh. Typhuss's flechettes are red so he would not get this flechette confused with one of the Green Arrow's flechettes, which are green.
- Red Arrow gauntlets: These gauntlets are used by Typhuss (as his heroic alter-ego Red Arrow).
- Red Arrow mask: Typhuss wears a mask to hide his identity from his enemies. His mask is a dark red/brown in color to match his suit. It is made from a compressible micro-fabric. This has the ability to conceal Typhuss's identity very effectively, it has no restrictions on his visual field while on the run or aiming arrows. It is unknown if it was designed by Oliver or Felicity or Barry Allen.
- Voice filter: Typhuss uses this device to disguise his voice, when ever he was talking to people, who knows what his voice sounds like, as the Red Arrow. Typhuss now uses this device to disguise his voice, regardless of who he speaks to as Red Arrow.
- Typhuss James Kira's motorcycle: Typhuss uses a Ducati Monster Diesel Edition motorcycle to get around Star City, when he is out on patrol as Red Arrow. His civilian motorcycle is a Ducati Divel Carbon Edition.
- Customized recurve bow: Typhuss, as the Red Arrow, used as his weapon of choice a customized recurve bow combined with his arrows to fulfill his promise and mission he made to Oliver Queen. It was designed by Lodai and it features standard recurve limbs and a riser that has a metal enclosure for the hand. Typhuss also used it as an improvised quarterstaff. It was destroyed by Malcolm Merlyn.
Hobbies and interestsEdit
Typhuss likes Christopher Nolan's Batman film trilogy which includes Batman Begins (2005), The Dark Knight (2008) and The Dark Knight Rises (2012). When Typhuss was a kid, Typhuss liked Batman. Typhuss thought of Batman as a hero. Typhuss showed great aptitude for piloting. He is an exceptionally skilled pilot, being able to fly a wide variety of ships from Federation fighters to F-302s. He is a skilled fighter pilot, often flying an F-302 in space combat. Typhuss and his friend Tom Paris designed the Delta Flyer in 2375 and the Delta Flyer II in 2377, during Voyager's long voyage in the Delta Quadrant.
In 2337, when Typhuss was four he had a seizure, thirty three years later in 2370 Typhuss had another seizure. Helen Magnus was with Typhuss when he had a seizure, Helen used tricordazine to stop the seizure and later became his personal doctor. Helen had access to his medical history. Eighteen years later in 2388 Typhuss had a seizure while on duty in the Hub on Deep Space 9. Typhuss and Julian were transported to the hospital. Doctor Julian Bashir used tricordazine to stop the seizure.
Nevertheless, he did show a tendency to overwork, avoided formal vacations, and had reported bouts of insomnia. Additionally, Typhuss usually tried to avoid his annual physicals, to the great irritation of Doctors Katherine Pulaski and Karen Loews.
Starfleet service recordEdit
|location||assignment||dates||rank or rate||assignment insignia||rank insignia|
|Starfleet Academy||student officer||2350-2354||cadet|| |
|Starbase 32||science officer||2354||ensign|
|USS Zeus||third officer, science officer, commanding officer||2354-2355|| ensign,|
lieutenant junior grade
|Starfleet Intelligence||agent, operative||2354-present|| lieutenant junior grade,|
|USS California||science officer||2355-2359||lieutenant junior grade|
|USS Kansas||science officer||2360-2367||lieutenant|
|Earth||SCIS investigator||2360-present|| lieutenant,|
| || |
|USS Brattain||science officer||2367||lieutenant|
|USS Kansas||science officer||2367-2371||lieutenant|| || |
|USS Voyager||science officer||2371-2377||lieutenant|
|DS9|| strategic operations officer|
|USS Intrepid||commanding officer||2377-2378||captain|
|USS Intrepid||commanding officer||2378-2385, 2385-present||captain|
|Bajoran Space C||strategic operations officer||2383-2384||captain|
|DS9 (II)||strategic operations officer||2384-present|| captain,|
|Starfleet Command||admiralty||2388-2409||vice admiral|
|USS Brattain personnel|
|Brink • Andrus Hagan • Chantal Zaheva • Typhuss James Halliwell • Rachel Grant • Gabrielle Jamie Halliwell|