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United Federation of Planets logo.png TroyianUnited Federation of Planets logo.png
United Federation of Planets
Average Male Height:
160 cm (5 ft. 3 in.) to 185 cm (6 ft. 1 in.)
Average Male Weight:
59 kg (130 lb.) to 99.8 kg (220 lb.)
Average Female Height:
152 cm (5 ft. 0 in.) to 183 cm (6 ft. 0 in.)
Average Female Weight:
59 kg (130 lb.) to 99.8 kg (220 lb.)
Minimum Academy Age:
Life Expectancy:
Distinctive Features:
PRC Rated:
NPC Rated:

Petri, a Troyian male.

Troyians are green-skinned humanoids, native to the planet Troyius, located in the Tellun system.

Noted mostly by their skin color, the tones can vary between dark green, light green, and hues of blue.
Any blue-skinned Troyian can be distinguished by an Andorian by looking for the presence or absense of antennae.

Known History

Troyians have a long-standing history of fighting with their neighboring planet, Elas. As such, they considered the Elasians to live spartanly, act primitively, and be generally arrogant.

  • During the 23rd Century, when the Federation warred with the Klingon Empire, Troyians managed to maintain a friendly, diplomatic relationship with both
    when they fought over political rights to the Tellun System.
  • By 2268, technological developments made the mutual destruction of both Troyius and Elas possible. Foreseeing this, the governments worked together
    to create an arranged marriage between the two planets' rulers.
  • Late into the 23rd Century, Troyians were committed to interstallar trade, and priority was given to improving their merchant fleet.


Ruled by a monarchy, additional roles in government included lord, actones, and the Troyius Tribunal.

  • Considered nobility, Actones are expected to obey the law at all times, and to put a stop to any criminal activity they come across, making them Troyius' police force.
    Actones also have the ability to act as advocates for victims.
  • The Troyius Tribunal is the prosecuting force who brings wrongdoers to justice.

In the late 23rd Century, certain laws were introduced that discouraged the carrying of weapons of any kind. However, it was possible to pay for the privilege to bear arms.

  • Members of the nobility were not required to adhere to this restriction.