Nog is a fictional character from the science fiction television series Star Trek: Deep Space 9 . It is played by actor Aron Eisenberg .
|Date of Birth||2353 year|
|Position||Operations Manager at Defiant|
|Activities||Deep space 9|
Foot becomes the first Ferengi in the Starfleet . He is the son of Roma and the nephew of Quark .
One and a half meter Eisenberg was chosen for the role of Foot, since the producers needed an adult actor who would not look too tall next to the young Sirrock Lofton .
Nog was born in 2353 at the Ferenginar near Roma and Prinadora . Later, he moved with his father to Deep Space Station 9, where he worked in a bar with his uncle Quark. At that time, Nog was very mischievous and prone to delinquent behavior . Together with his newfound best friend Jake Sisko , he becomes, albeit reluctantly, one of the first students of the Keiko O'Brien school. When Rum, under pressure from Quark and Great Negus Zek , takes Leg out of school, Jake secretly educates him himself.
Realizing the inability of his father to turn his knowledge of mechanics and electronics into capital and not wanting to follow in his footsteps, Nog decides to choose a career path where he can achieve something. After passing the Ferengovskii ritual of growing up, he submits a request for training under the leadership of Commander Benjamin Sisko , in order to get into the Starfleet Academy . The foot is taken and he becomes the first Ferengi in Starfleet.
Fleet Command sends Leg to Deep Space Station 9 to conduct field exercises. Returning to the station, he and Jake move to the same cabin, although, at first, his new discipline is separate from Jake's relaxed habits. As a cadet, Nog serves under Miles O'Brien .
The leg is promoted to the rank of Ensign before the fleet attack on GK9 (which was captured by the Cardassians and the Dominion ).
In 2374, Noga was sent on a diplomatic mission to Ferenginar with Jake, who flies as a civilian correspondent. After their ship is destroyed by Jem'Hadar , the guys are saved by the USS Valiant. On board the Valiant, Jake and Nog learn that the entire crew, including the senior command staff, consists entirely of members of an elite group of Academy cadets called Red Squadron. I like working with the best of the best, and the young captain of the ship soon temporarily raises the rank of Nog and offers him an officer post at Valiant. But this arrogant, overly zealous crew decides to find and destroy a large Dominion starship ... using only an unverified scientific theory that claims that certain particle radiation can weaken the structure of an enemy ship. Jake loudly objects to this thoughtless plan, but he is not only ignored, but also locked up in a detention cell. Having entered into battle with a huge enemy ship, the crew realizes with horror that their theory is wrong - radiation does not affect the structure of the ship. The enemy battleship fires back and destroys the Valiant. Leg, Jake and one cadet manage to survive having made their way into the lifeboat. The remaining members of the Red Squadron die.
On AR-558, during a battle in the war, soldier Jem'Hadar fires a leg off his leg. Dr. Bashir replaces the lost limb with a bionic one , but the Leg needs time to recover from physical and psychological trauma, and get used to the artificial limb.
One of Captain Sisko’s latest actions is to upgrade the Leg to the rank of lieutenant .
In an alternate future, Nog becomes the captain of the ship.
In the Mirror Universe , Nog becomes the owner of an establishment on Terok Nora after the death of his uncle and father. He helps the quartermaster Kira Neris to escape from the hands of earthly rebels, but, in gratitude, Kira kills the young Ferengi.
Feet prefers to hide his money in a safe under the bed.