M'Ress, Lieutenant. (Majel Barrett) Stand-in communications officer in 2269 on the Enterprise for Uhura. Hers was a felinoid race with orange fur, long red hair, yellow eyes and thick pads requiring no footwear. (The Survivor. [TAS]). Attracted to Scott while Enterprise crew under the influence of the love crystals. (Mudd's Passion. [TAS]). The Survivor. [TAS] was the first appearance of M'Ress. Her first words were "Hailing frequency open, sir."

macroscope. Used to observe the Terratin miniature city when it was beamed aboard the Enterprise. (The Terratin Incident. [TAS]).

mad planet. The stolen Soul of the Skorr was located on this geologically unstable planet with a temperature range from 20 to 204 Kelvin. (The Jihad. [TAS]).

Magen. (Nichelle Nichols) Female member of a psionic race trapped in Elysia. She was used by the Elysian Ruling Council to detect the actions of the new arrivals including their intention to leave. She also detected that the Klingons intended to sabotage the Enterprise. (The Time Trap. [TAS]).

"Magicks of Megas-Tu, The" Animated Series episode #9. Written by Larry Brody. Directed by Hal Sutherland. Stardate 1254.4. First aired in 1973. While exploring near the centre of the galaxy, the U.S.S. Enterprise stops at Megas-Tu, a planet where magic and witchcraft are the norm, and their guide is Lucien, who is Lucifer of Earth mythology. GUEST CAST: James Doohan as Lucien; Ed Bishop as Asmodeus; George Takei as voice of Megan. SEE: Asmodeus; Earth; Kirk, James T.; love philter; Lucien; Lucifer; matter-energy whirlwind; Megan; Megas-Tu; Milky Way Galaxy; Rhadamanthus; Salem, Massachusetts; sorcerer-contractor; Spock; Starfleet General Orders and Regulations; Sulu, Hikaru.

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malignant alien. (Voiced by James Doohan) A formless magnetic organism without mass that was able to form a symbiotic relationship with a host body such as a starship. It first took over the Pod ship but the crew self-destructed leaving the ship and organism in orbit of the dead star. After beaming aboard the Enterprise with the landing party it took control of the phaser banks to destroy the other ship. Believing the Enterprise was going to self-destruct by crashing into the dead star the organism was left in orbit when the Enterprise escaped using the slingshot effect. (Beyond the Farthest Star. [TAS]).

Mantilles. In the Pallas XIV system, it was the most remote inhabited Federation planet in the galaxy, population 82 million, governed by Starfleet ex-Commodore Robert Wesley. It became the next target for the cosmic being. Five thousand children were temporarily evacuated. (One of Our Planets Is Missing. [TAS]).

Maravel. The pterodactyl-like creatures found on Lactra VII were similar to the dragons on this planet. (The Eye of the Beholder. [TAS]).

Markel, Lieutenant Commander Tom. (James Doohan) English commander of the Ariel expedition. When half his crew go missing on Lactra VII he beamed down with the rest of the crew in defiance of Starfleet regulations and the Lactrans captured them all. (The Eye of the Beholder. [TAS]).

master of the eyrie. Tchar, hereditary prince of the Skorr, was also known by this title. (The Jihad. [TAS]).

matter-energy whirlwind. At the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy this phenomenon pulls the Enterprise in at warp ten to a realm where the normal rules of time and space do not apply. The ruling force is magic. (The Magicks of Megas-Tu. [TAS]).

Mayas. Mexican civilization that flourished from AD 300 to 900. It had a god like Kulkukan. (How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth. [TAS]).

McCoy, Dr. Leonard H.* He used dylovene in an attempt to save Sulu from the poison of the retlaw plant and suggested the use of his great great grandfather's weed spray to disable the Phylosian swoopers. (The Infinite Vulcan. [TAS]). He aged when the headband fitted by the Taurean settlers drained his energy. (The Lorelei Signal. [TAS]). McCoy again imagined the White Rabbit and Alice on the amusement park planet, but this time he also imagined the Queen of Hearts who sent six playing cards armed with halberds after him having shouted 'Off with his head'. (Once Upon a Planet. [TAS]). Under the influence of the love crystals McCoy declared he had saved just about everybody on the ship including 'that pretty little Lieutenant Uhura and if the Enterprise had a heart he'd save her'. (Mudd's Passion. [TAS]) When McCoy danced with Kali, Kaz provoked a fight with him thereby creating a diversion so that an explosive device could be planted. (The Time Trap. [TAS]). With Nurse Chapel donned life support belts to join the mutated Kirk and Spock in the Enterprise water tank. (The Ambergris Element. [TAS]). McCoy was trapped under the dead dinosaur. Kirk and Spock dug him out. (The Eye of the Beholder. [TAS]). With Sulu and Uhura, trapped in the Rec Room by the energy field affected Enterprise computer. (The Practical Joker. [TAS]). In 2251 he headed a medical team to Dramia II that carried out a mass inoculation program. Nineteen years later he was arrested for causing the subsequent Dramian auroral plague that wiped out most of the population. When broken out of jail by Spock he was able to come up with a cure for the new outbreak of the plague aboard the Enterprise. The Dramians honoured him for significant achievements in the field of interstellar medicine. (Albatross. [TAS]).

McCoy, Joanna. Dr. McCoy's daughter was an 11 year-old on Cerberus when Carter Winston saved it from famine. (The Survivor. [TAS]).

Megan. (Voiced by George Takei) Being from Megas-Tu in the universe where magic rules. Some Megans came to Earth and eventually returned after the Salem, Massachusetts witch trials when some were burnt. (The Magicks of Megas-Tu. [TAS]).

Megas-Tu. World at the centre of the galaxy where the rules operate on magic. All the women were as young and beautiful as they wanted to be. (The Magicks of Megas-Tu. [TAS]).

melenex. McCoy used 10 cc of this medication to feign injury to Spock as a lure to the amusement park computer. It caused brief unconsciousness and temporary skin discoloration, taking 10 seconds to take effect and lasting for less than 5 minutes. (Once Upon a Planet. [TAS]).

Mendent of Terratin. (James Doohan) Head of the Terratin colony. (The Terratin Incident. [TAS]).

microscope laser. Nurse Chapel remembered this device, which was designed for middle ear healing, when Sulu broke his leg and the normal bone healing technology could not be used. (The Terratin Incident. [TAS]).

Milky Way Galaxy.* In 2269 when the malignant alien takes control of the Enterprise it orders a course coordinates 031.231 to be set. Sulu points out this the centre of the galaxy. (Beyond the Farthest Star. [TAS]). The Enterprise embarked on a science mission to the centre of the galaxy to investigate the theory that matter was still being created. There it encountered a matter-energy whirlwind. (The Magicks of Megas-Tu. [TAS]).

Minara. The creation of a new star from a dead one in the reverse universe was timed to coincide with the Minara star going nova in the normal universe. (The Counter-Clock Incident. [TAS]).

monitoring device. The mission to Delta Theta III was to plant these devices on the planet. (Bem. [TAS]).

"More Tribbles, More Troubles" Animated Series episode #1. Written by David Gerrold. Directed by Hal Sutherland. Stardate 5392.4. First aired in 1973. The U.S.S. Enterprise again crosses paths with Cyrano Jones, who this time has tribbles that do not breed, but instead grow to a tremendous size. GUEST CAST: Stanley Adams as Jones, Cyrano; David Gerrold as Korax; James Doohan as Koloth. SEE; Enterprise, U.S.S.; glommer; grain ship, robot; Jones, Cyrano; Kirk, James T.; Klingon battle cruiser; Koloth; Korax; neoethylene; quintotriticale; Scott, Montgomery; scoutship, Federation; Sherman's Planet; Spican flame gem; stasis field weapon; tractor beam; tribble.

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Motherlode. Planet which was a source of heavy metal ores and where the Enterprise crew located Mudd. According to Spock the probability of locating Mudd was 81% + or - .53. It contained a mining community, which included human and ursinoid races. (Mudd's Passion. [TAS]).

Mudd (planet).* Mudd escaped from this robot planet by stealing a starship.(Mudd's Passion. [TAS]).

Mudd, Harcourt Fenton "Harry".* When he escaped from his previous custody, he stole a spaceship, found haven on Ilyra VI where he sold the Starfleet Academy, fled to Sirius IX where he made 1000 inhabitants ill before arriving on Motherlode. He surrendered of his own accord when the miners turned on him. On board the Enterprise he was accused of fraud, illegal drug manufacture and swindling. (Mudd's Passion. [TAS]).

"Mudd's Passion" Animated Series episode #8. Written by Stephen Kandel. Directed by Hal Sutherland. Stardate 4978.5. First aired in 1973. Harry Mudd is once again apprehended and incarcerated by the U.S.S. Enterprise crew, after trying to sell love crystals. GUEST CAST: James Doohan as Arex, Lieutenant, Male ursinoid miner and Human miner; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine, M'Ress, Lieutenant and Lora; Roger C. Carmel as Mudd, Harcourt Fenton "Harry."; Nichelle Nichols as Female ursinoid miner. SEE: Arcadian star system; Arex, Lieutenant; Chapel, Christine; Ilyra VI; Kirk, James T.; Lora; love crystals; M'Ress, Lieutenant; McCoy, Dr. Leonard H.; Motherlode; Mudd (planet); Mudd, Harcourt Fenton "Harry"; Omega Cygni; Ophiucus VI; Rigelian hypnoid; rock creatures (planet); rock creatures; Scott, Montgomery; shuttlecraft, heavy; Sirius IX; Spock; Starfleet Academy; Ursinoid.

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