Player Race: Yes
Relation to UFP: Membership application suspended. Friendly.
- A player can be an Angosian super soldier only if the acknowledge that their chemical structure was corrected. Otherwise a player can only be a regular Angosian citizen.
The humanoid residents of the planet Angosia III. Nonviolent by nature, the Angosians had dedicated thei society to the development of the mind and the cultivation of the intellect. However, in order to fight their Tarsian War in the mid-24th century, the government chemically altered their military, converting them into 'supersoldiers' who were able to survive at any cost. Unfortunately, when the war ended, the 'improvements' made on the soldiers were found to be irreversible. These veterans were imprisoned on a penal moon, Lunar V, because they were deemed too dangerous to return to Angosian society. The Angosian government applied for Federation membership in 2366, but the application was suspended by Jean-Luc Picard, pending resolution of civil unrest resulting from the Angosians' inability to repatriate the veterans. (The Hunted -TNG).
Star Trek: The Encyclopedia (1999 edition).
Planet: Angosia III.
Civilized humanoids of Angosia III, typically thoughtful and intelligent. Due to their
pacifism in matters of fighting, they used mind control and biochemicals to create the
ultimate fighting soldiers to win their Tarsian War, which has subsequently past. Peace
time, however, found the Angosians unable (or unwilling to take the time) to reverse the
effects of these alterations. After several incidents involving these violent soldiers,
the fearful Angosians voted to banish the soldiers to a penal colony on Lunar V. Shortly
before stardate 43489.2, however, escapees broke free to take over the capital city,
demanding they receive help to be able to return to their homes. The veterans don't attack
unless provoked, but they are programmed to survive.
Star Trek: Continuum.