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The Betazoids were a telepathic humanoid civilization originating from the planet Betazed. Affiliation: Federation Member.

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Externally, Betazoids were physically indistinguishable from Humans in every aspect but one: the irises of their eyes were completely black. They could even cross-breed with Humans, along with other humanoid races like Klingons and Tavnians.

Betazoid iris coloration was present in half-Betazoid individuals such as Deanna Troi, but in those with less Betazoid blood such as Devinoni Ral who was only one-quarter Betazoidnormal Human eye coloration was possible.

Betazoids had a gestation period of ten months.

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Betazoids reach rapid eye movement REM sleep at a different frequency from other humanoids. In mid-life, Betazoid females undergo a physiological change known as "The Phase" during which their sex drive increased by a factor of four or more. Mature Betazoids could also suffer from Zanthi fever, which caused them to lose control over the projective aspect of their empathy. That could result in people around them acting as if they had experienced the same general emotional state as the affected Betazoid, though they were directed by their own subconscious desires, fears, and other emotions.

Betazed had enjoyed a relatively untroubled history for the last few centuries.

This peaceful existence came to a halt inwhen the Dominion invaded and occupied the planet. The occupation ended after a Starfleet Task Force lead by the Enterprise-E attacked the Dominion forced in orbit and an uprising by the Betazoids themselves. The Betazoids were finally able to drive the Jem'Hadar away by the application of a highly dangerous, offensive form of empathy. There was also a less risky but far more cruel telepathic way of handling the Jem'Hadar, but the Betazoids rejected this solution, since it would have cost them their peaceful culture.

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Betazoids were natural telepaths, an ability centered in their paracortex, with psilosynine being a main neurotransmitter. Most developed their telepathic skill in adolescence, but a few were born with their telepathic abilities already active, such as Tam Elbrun.

These individuals were almost always extremely talented and powerful in telepathic terms, but also unable to screen out the noise of other people's minds, so they generally suffered mental problems of varying severity depending mostly Betazoid black eyes when the problem was diagnosed. On the other end of the scale were a few individuals who develop psionic abilities which were far below average for this species for example, Lon Suder. Those Betazoids were barely able to sense even strong emotions empaths of other people, not to speak of thoughts.

How capable they were in performing any of those feats depends somewhat on their genetically defined psionic strength, their psionic training, their familiarity with the scanned being, their general mental and physical condition and the species of the subject race.

Betazoids felt the emotions of animals, therefore being afraid of getting to much involved in the "passion of the beast" in situation they had to rely on an animal, like when riding a horse.

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Other times they had been totally unable to read corporeal creature's minds, such as Ferengi and Changelings. Data theorized that the reason they may not be able to read Ferengi was the structure of their brains.

And he himself was able to be read by Deanna Troi when his brother Lore used the emotion chip to transfer powerful emotions to him. At one point, when Deanna Troi lost her empathy temporarily she commented that Will Riker was like a holodeck character to her, completely devoid of emotion, as if she had never experienced a lack of empathy from any sentient before. The Traveler was also not able to be read by Deanna Troi as well. Inter-species reproduction involving Betazoids often affected the psionic abilities of the offspring — most commonly the children of such a union develop empathic abilities as their primary psionic talent, while their telepathic abilities, though existing, were rather below average for Betazoids.

Usually the telepathy of these half-breeds, without extensive training, was limited to communication with other empaths or telepaths and full telepathic contact with emotionally very close persons for example, an imzadi. All full Betazoids are unable to read the thoughts of Ferengi, Breen, Ullians, or Dopterians, but some half-Betazoids have been occasionally successful in sensing the emotions of some of these species. Additionally, even full Betazoids seemed to be able to psionically influence some of these species.


Due to their telepathy, Betazoid culture embraced honesty almost to a point considered rude by other cultures. Lwaxana Troi, on numerous occasions, commented on her befuddlement at the Human practice of fibbing to spare others' feelings or for politeness' sake.

While eating, Betazoids express thanks for their food by ringing a gong at intervals. The Betazoid wedding ceremony is seen as a celebration of love, therefore all participants bridegroom and guests are traditionally nude. At one time, it was fashionable for Betazoid women to wear elaborate wigs that caged small animals. The practice, which was cruel to the animals, was stopped when one unknown woman stood up against it.

It had been speculated that Betazoid society in the past was matriarchal.

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Their religious belief system may involve polytheism because in one instance, Lwaxana Troi used the exclamation, "Thank the Four Deities". Betazoids disliked riding horses because of their ability to feel the thoughts and passions of animals. They feared to get too much involved in those emotions and "losing their way".