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Encyclopedia > Sirma Kolrami

Sirma Kolrami is a character on the show Star Trek: The Next Generation. He is played by Roy Brocksmith. The title as it appeared in most episodes opening credits. ...

Kolrami, a Zakdorn, works for Starfleet Command as tactical consultant. He was sent to the USS Enterprise-D to supervise a combat practice simulation (see Peak Performance). The Zakdorn are an alien species from Star Trek. ... Starfleet Command In the fictional world of Star Trek, Starfleet Command is the command branch of Starfleet, the paramilitary institution of the United Federation of Planets. ... USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) is the name of the Galaxy class Federation starship that is the principal setting of the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. ... Peak Performance is an episode from the second season of Star Trek: The Next Generation. ...


Kolrami is an extremely skilled tactician and a third-level grand master in the game Strategema. He is very conscious of his own abilities, and this seems to have got to his head, as he is very smug and contemptuous of those beneath him. He especially dislikes Commander William Riker because of his jovial attitude to command. Strategema is a game played on the show Star Trek: The Next Generation. ... William Thomas Riker is a fictitious character in the Star Trek universe played by Jonathan Frakes, who appears in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) and all the movies focusing on the TNG characters. ...


When the Ferengi marauder Kreechta threatened to destroy the USS Hathaway, Kolrami suggested sacrificing its crew of forty to save the crew of the Enterprise-D, numbering over a thousand. However, Captain Jean-Luc Picard refused this, intent on saving everyone under his command. After Picard's plan was put to action and had worked, Kolrami wrote a favourful report to Starfleet Command. Ferengi on Star Trek: The Next Generation In the Star Trek fictional universe, the Ferengi are an alien race notable for their devotion towards capitalist profit and their constant efforts to swindle people into bad deals. ... Jean-Luc Picard is a character in the Star Trek fictional universe, the captain of the USS Enterprise-D and the Enterprise-E. He was played by British actor Patrick Stewart in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and resulting films. ...


During his visit to the Enterprise-D, Kolrami played three games of Strategema, one against Riker, two against Lieutenant Commander Data. Riker lost very early, after only 23 moves. Data, however, managed over a thousand moves before losing his first game. This made him think he posed a threat to the ship, because his calculations were not perfect. However, Doctor Katherine Pulaski suggested he change his strategy, and he won his second game after a massive 32 thousand moves, by far the longest game of Strategema ever. Data, played by Brent Spiner, was a character in the Star Trek fictional universe. ... Katherine Pulaski was the replacement Chief Medical Officer for Beverly Crusher during the second season of Star Trek: The Next Generation. ...


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Sirma Kolrami - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (275 words)
Sirma Kolrami is a character on the show Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Kolrami, a Zakdorn, works for Starfleet Command as tactical consultant.
Kolrami is an extremely skilled tactician and a third-level grand master in the game Strategema.
Peak Performance (TNG episode) - Definition, explanation (460 words)
The USS Enterprise-D is ordered by Starfleet Command to take part in a combat practice simulation.
A Zakdorn strategist named Sirma Kolrami is sent to the Enterprise-D to serve as tactical consulant and overseer of the simulation.
The simulation consists of a battle between the Enterprise-D and an 80-year-old Federation ship called the USS Hathaway, which is in orbit around a nearby planet in the Braslota system.
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