Deanna Troi - Wikipedia
Set after the ending of TNG, this book sees the relationship going so smoothly that Worf proposes to Deanna, and she accepts. However, things. The very short answer is no. Their relationship ended in the show which is usually the kiss of death for them being 'shipped in any of the. Worf's arc through Star Trek is basically one bad-ass moment after another, while Troi spins endlessly from bad relationship to bad relationship.
Brought together, however, by a common need to care for Alexander, Worf's troubled, motherless son, they discover hidden reserves of courage and compassion within each other and embark on an unexpected courtship, much to the surprise and discomfort of William Riker.
But does Worf's future truly lie with Deanna And whom indeed shall Troi ultimately call "imzadi"? Imzadi II is a compelling story, an untold chapter in the history of the Starship Enterprise.
As to why there aren't any books approaching their future relationship, it would appear that Paramount Licensing didn't want anything to "step on" future plotlines. Peter [Davis] commented, "What prompted the sequel was being contacted by John Ordover and told that the marketing people wanted another Imzadi book.
I said, 'What do you mean another one? He then said, 'I have a great idea. This can be about Troi and Worf. When Worf showed up on DS9 there was no sign of Deanna and she was never mentioned and he looked pissed off.
There was a story there. I told John, 'I don't want to call it Imzadi. What we were discussing was a completely different book and a different style. If we call it Imzadi in any way, shape, or form it is going to make people make comparisons. I can tell you right now that the comparisons will make the sequel suffer.
The first book was a romantic story where everything goes right and the second one by definition will be about the total destruction of a romance. It is not going to end happily. Another episode that explores a Troi-Worf relationship is " Eye of the Beholder ".
However, in both cases they are not revealed to be dating aboard the "real" ship, although both episodes are oriented towards exploring this concept. In " All Good Things As a main cast member Troi appears in nearly every TNG episode, though particular episodes, starting with "The Child", feature her as the primary protagonist. Other episodes principally about Troi include: She is addressed in various ways by fellow officers.
Captain Picard calls her "Counselor", but when he is concerned about her, or in emergencies, he calls her Deanna. Picard also refers to her as "Commander" in the pilot episode Encounter at Farpointwhich is consistent with her uniform's rank pips.
Riker addresses her as "Lieutenant" a single time in the pilot episode; her service rank is not referred to again for several seasons.Worf Leaning - Star Trek: The Next Generation
Doctor Crusher one of her most noted female friends usually calls her "Troi". Data very rarely calls her by her first name, usually calling her "Counselor Troi".
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Depending on the situation, Commander Riker will call her "Deanna" or " Imzadi ", which means "beloved" in the Betazoid language. In several episodes, Troi falls victim to aliens. As events unfold, Troi is taken over by an entity in order to communicate with the crew. She temporarily gains "super-human" strength and effortlessly tosses Worf across the bridge, breaking his wrist.
Deanna/Worf relationship - how did it develop?
In the season 5 episode "Violations", the Enterprise encounters an alien species who are telepathic and specialize in being able to bring back lost memories. One of the aliens mentally assaults Deanna and also tries to physically assault her in her quarters. She is saved by Worf and one of his security teams. In the film Star Trek Nemesis, she is mentally violated by Shinzon's viceroy, who is also telepathic. This occurs in her quarters when she is with her new husband Commander Riker; it also occurs in the Star Trek: Nemesis bonus deleted scenes, where she is attacked in the turbolift.
She eventually is able to turn the tables on the viceroy using the same connection. Troi is an avid connoisseur of chocolate, a fact that is significant in multiple episodes, including one in which she tells Commander Riker how to properly enjoy eating it. In the episode " Remember Me ", Beverly Crusher briefly describes Troi to Captain Picard to jog his memory and mentions that she "loves chocolate".
She is known for ordering chocolate-flavored desserts in Ten-Forward and her love for desserts is a common point of dialogue in many shows.
She talks about this with a visiting alien ambassador in " Liaisons ", who takes up her love for desserts as in their culture they do not have this type of food.
Dream-themed episodes include " Phantasms ", where Deanna famously appears as cake in Data's dream and in "Night Terrors" her dreams help save the ship. The dreams a suitor thinks he is having about her in "Haven", become a major plot point in that show. Development and casting[ edit ] Marina Sirtis at first read for the role that would become Tasha Yar in She had, in total, five readings all with Gene Roddenberry and other executives.