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Seska

Character

Seska first appears in the episode "Parallax" as a Bajoran crewmember absorbed from the Maquis ship in the episode "Caretaker". In the episode "State of Flux", she is revealed to be a Cardassian undercover agent, who had infiltrated the Maquis cell. During her time with the Maquis, Seska had a love affair with her commander, former Starfleet officer Chakotay and befriended the half-Klingon, half-human B'Elanna Torres. Seska's former relationship with Chakotay would later prove key to her plan to capture Voyager in the double-episode story "Basics".

Seska was killed when the Voyager crew retook the ship from the Kazon. Culluh escaped, taking their son with him. Almost a year after her death, in the episode "Worst Case Scenario", a holodeck program she had altered to kill Tuvok, was discovered in the ship's memory and nearly accomplished its purpose before it was deactivated. Later, in "Shattered," when Voyager was caught in a temporal rift that placed sections of the ship in different times, engineering was in the time period where the Kazon had captured the ship. Seska was featured in this episode as well and her control of the ship was stopped by a collaboration of crew members from various times.

Seska first appears in the episode "Parallax" as a Bajoran crewmember absorbed from the Maquis ship in the episode "Caretaker". In the episode "State of Flux", she is revealed to be a Cardassian undercover agent, who had infiltrated the Maquis cell. During her time with the Maquis, Seska had a love affair with her commander, former Starfleet officer Chakotay and befriended the half-Klingon, half-human B'Elanna Torres. Seska's former relationship with Chakotay would later prove key to her plan to capture Voyager in the double-episode story "Basics".

Seska was killed when the Voyager crew retook the ship from the Kazon. Culluh escaped, taking their son with him. Almost a year after her death, in the episode "Worst Case Scenario", a holodeck program she had altered to kill Tuvok, was discovered in the ship's memory and nearly accomplished its purpose before it was deactivated. Later, in "Shattered," when Voyager was caught in a temporal rift that placed sections of the ship in different times, engineering was in the time period where the Kazon had captured the ship. Seska was featured in this episode as well and her control of the ship was stopped by a collaboration of crew members from various times.

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