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  • David Marcus is a fictional character that appears in the video-game Warzone. He is the main protagonist of the game and a respected war hero. David is voiced by American actor Ryan Reynolds.
  • Doctor David Marcus was a male Human in the 23rd century and was the son of Carol Marcus and James T. Kirk. Marcus did not learn that he was Kirk's son until 2285, shortly before his death. (TOS movie, novelization & comic adaptations: The Wrath of Khan, The Search for Spock)
  • David "Dave" Marcus is the main protagonist in Warzone and Warzone II. He is also the captain of Echo Four. David Marcus is voiced by Ryan Reynolds.
  • Científico nacido en 2261, el fue una de las claves para el desarrollo del Proyecto Génesis. Más tarde fue asignado junto con la vulcana Saavik al USS Grissom, para estudiar el Planeta Génesis. Durante sus estudios fue asesinado por una expedición Klingon que reclamaba el Planeta y el proceso de terraformación para ellos.
  • David Marcus était le fils de James T. Kirk et du Dr Carol Marcus ; il était un scientifique de la Fédération dans les années 2280. — David Marcus à James T. Kirk, 2285. ()
  • thumb|Dr. David Marcus (2285) Doktor David Marcus ist ein menschlicher Wissenschaftler, der am Genesis-Projekt beteiligt ist. Er ist der Sohn von James Tiberius Kirk und Carol Marcus und wird 2261 geboren. Er wächst bei seiner Mutter auf und kennt seinen Vater bis 2285 nicht persönlich.
  • David's professional choices were heavily influenced by his mother's status; by the age of twenty-three, he had earned his doctorate and soon became a member of his mother's research team. In 2284, David began work on Project Genesis with his mother, stationed on Regula I. As they progressed, traces of his father showed in David; he was impatient for results and eager for solutions. This led him to employ protomatter, denounced by many scientists as hazardous and highly unstable. Nevertheless, it appeared to solve the problems.
  • David Marcus è il figlio di James T. Kirk e della Dottoressa Carol Marcus. Nato nel 2261, è cresciuto con sua madre come unico genitore, immersa nel suo mondo di ricerca scientifica. David era a conoscenza che, un tempo, Kirk avesse fatto parte della vita di sua madre, ma il ragazzo non aveva idea che il famoso Ammiraglio della Flotta Stellare fosse suo padre, e nemmeno che sua madre avesse eliminato Kirk dalla sua vita.
  • In the fictional universe of Star Trek, David Marcus (2261 - 2285) was the son of James T. Kirk and Dr. Carol Marcus and a major character in the films Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. He was played in both films by the late Merritt Butrick. David was born in 2261. He grew up in a single-parent environment with his mother, immersed in a world of scientific research. David knew that Kirk was once part of his mother's life, but the boy had no idea that the famous Starfleet admiral was his father, nor that his mother effectively banned Kirk from his life.
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  • 1986-06-24
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  • Genesis Planet survey
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  • David Marcus
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  • Doctor Marcus in 2285
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  • David Marcus
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  • David Marcus is a fictional character that appears in the video-game Warzone. He is the main protagonist of the game and a respected war hero. David is voiced by American actor Ryan Reynolds.
  • Doctor David Marcus was a male Human in the 23rd century and was the son of Carol Marcus and James T. Kirk. Marcus did not learn that he was Kirk's son until 2285, shortly before his death. (TOS movie, novelization & comic adaptations: The Wrath of Khan, The Search for Spock)
  • David "Dave" Marcus is the main protagonist in Warzone and Warzone II. He is also the captain of Echo Four. David Marcus is voiced by Ryan Reynolds.
  • Científico nacido en 2261, el fue una de las claves para el desarrollo del Proyecto Génesis. Más tarde fue asignado junto con la vulcana Saavik al USS Grissom, para estudiar el Planeta Génesis. Durante sus estudios fue asesinado por una expedición Klingon que reclamaba el Planeta y el proceso de terraformación para ellos.
  • David Marcus était le fils de James T. Kirk et du Dr Carol Marcus ; il était un scientifique de la Fédération dans les années 2280. — David Marcus à James T. Kirk, 2285. ()
  • In the fictional universe of Star Trek, David Marcus (2261 - 2285) was the son of James T. Kirk and Dr. Carol Marcus and a major character in the films Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. He was played in both films by the late Merritt Butrick. David was born in 2261. He grew up in a single-parent environment with his mother, immersed in a world of scientific research. David knew that Kirk was once part of his mother's life, but the boy had no idea that the famous Starfleet admiral was his father, nor that his mother effectively banned Kirk from his life. David's professional choices were heavily influenced by his mother's status; by the age of 23 he had earned his doctorate and soon became a member of his mother's research team. In 2284, David began work on Project Genesis with his mother. As they progressed, traces of his father showed in David; he was impatient for results and eager for solutions. This led him to employ protomatter, denounced by many scientists as hazardous and highly unstable. Nevertheless, it appeared to solve the problems. David's closeted scientific world was interrupted when Khan Noonien Singh, took control of Commander Pavel Chekov and forced him to announce that he was taking Genesis away from Carol's team on orders from Kirk. This threat was part of Khan's ruse to lure Kirk to them, and it provided the volatile backdrop to the first meeting between father and son. This encounter actually began as more of a confrontation; David displayed the same eagerness for action as his father when he attacked the admiral with a knife, presuming that Kirk's intent was to take Genesis. Carol intervened, and it was after seeing her that Kirk guessed David was his son. David got a chance to see his father in a more positive light when Kirk battled it out with Khan. David remained on the bridge of the USS Enterprise, acting as advisor on the Genesis wave, and was impressed by his father's courage and abilities. After this brush with death, David showed his compassion by trying to comfort the man he once despised, when Kirk was grieving over the death of Spock. David apologized to Kirk for misjudging him and added, "I'm proud, very proud, to be your son." Shortly afterward, David was assigned to the USS Grissom with Lt. Saavik to study the planet created in the Genesis explosion. At first, he was thrilled with the array of environments, but when he beamed down for a closer look he found the planet in a state of environmental chaos, and recognized the cause as being the protomatter's instability. David's naïveté showed through when a group of Klingons arrived and demanded the Genesis Device. He honestly believed the Klingons wouldn't harm them because, as a planet-building device, it was an obvious failure. To the Klingons, however, Genesis was a powerful weapon, and a hostage was selected to die as proof of their serious intent. As a d'k tahg knife was raised to Saavik's neck, David lunged toward the Klingon in a burst of courage which might have been expected of his father, tackling him and briefly taking him to the ground. However, David lacked Kirk's fighting prowess and physical strength; he was quickly overpowered and killed with a single thrust of the three-bladed knife. David Marcus's untimely death in 2285 was the result of his youthful impatience and fiery temper. He had a brilliant future ahead of him, but he was unable to curb his excitable disposition, and this lack of control cost him his life. He did not die in vain, however, for his actions saved the lives of both Saavik and Spock. Kirk was so enraged over David's death that he lured the Klingons into coming on board the Enterprise just before it self destructed, killing most of the contingent of the Klingon Bird of Prey, and Kirk furthered his vengeance on the planet below, when he shot down the Klingon who had killed David and later sent the Klingon commander falling to his death.
  • thumb|Dr. David Marcus (2285) Doktor David Marcus ist ein menschlicher Wissenschaftler, der am Genesis-Projekt beteiligt ist. Er ist der Sohn von James Tiberius Kirk und Carol Marcus und wird 2261 geboren. Er wächst bei seiner Mutter auf und kennt seinen Vater bis 2285 nicht persönlich.
  • David's professional choices were heavily influenced by his mother's status; by the age of twenty-three, he had earned his doctorate and soon became a member of his mother's research team. In 2284, David began work on Project Genesis with his mother, stationed on Regula I. As they progressed, traces of his father showed in David; he was impatient for results and eager for solutions. This led him to employ protomatter, denounced by many scientists as hazardous and highly unstable. Nevertheless, it appeared to solve the problems. In 2285, David's closeted scientific world was interrupted when Khan Noonien Singh took control of Pavel Chekov and forced him to announce that he was taking Genesis away from Carol's team on orders from Kirk. This threat was part of Khan's ruse to lure Kirk to them, and it provided the volatile backdrop to the first meeting between father and son. He fled with his mother to the Genesis cave to hide their research from Starfleet. Khan could not find them, but Kirk arrived afterwards and knew to look for them there, beaming down. This encounter actually began as more of a confrontation; David displayed the same eagerness for action as his father when he attacked the admiral with a knife, presuming that Kirk's intent was to take Genesis. Carol intervened, and it was after seeing her that Kirk guessed David was his son. David got a chance to see his father in a more positive light when Kirk battled it out with Khan. David remained on the bridge of the USS Enterprise, acting as advisor on the Genesis wave, and was impressed by his father's courage and abilities. After this brush with death, David showed his compassion by trying to comfort the man he once despised, when Kirk was grieving over the death of Spock. David apologized to Kirk for misjudging him and added, "I'm proud, very proud, to be your son." (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan) Shortly afterward, David was assigned to the USS Grissom with Lt. Saavik to study the planet created in the Genesis explosion. At first, he was thrilled with the array of environments, but when he beamed down for a closer look, he found the planet in a state of environmental chaos, and recognized the cause as being the protomatter's instability. David's naivete showed through when a group of Klingons arrived and demanded the Genesis Device. He honestly believed the Klingons wouldn't harm them because, as a planet-building device, it was an obvious failure. To the Klingons, however, Genesis was a powerful weapon, and a hostage was selected to die as proof of their serious intent. As a d'k tahg knife was raised to Saavik's neck, David lunged toward the Klingon in a burst of courage which might have been expected of his father. However, he lacked Kirk's fighting prowess, and was killed with a single thrust of the three-bladed knife to his chest. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock) The memory of David's death at the hands of the Klingons embittered Kirk for years afterward and colored his attitudes during events leading to the Khitomer Conference in 2293. At that point, Kirk proclaimed the Klingons were untrustworthy and favored simply allowing them to die, due to his old grief and rage over their role in the death of his son. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)
  • David Marcus è il figlio di James T. Kirk e della Dottoressa Carol Marcus. Nato nel 2261, è cresciuto con sua madre come unico genitore, immersa nel suo mondo di ricerca scientifica. David era a conoscenza che, un tempo, Kirk avesse fatto parte della vita di sua madre, ma il ragazzo non aveva idea che il famoso Ammiraglio della Flotta Stellare fosse suo padre, e nemmeno che sua madre avesse eliminato Kirk dalla sua vita. Le scelte professionali di David furono profondamente influenzate dallo status di sua madre; all’età di 23 anni conseguì il dottorato e presto divenne un membro del team di ricerca di sua madre. Nel 2284, David iniziò a lavorare al Progetto Genesis con sua madre. Mentre progredivano, in David comparvero tracce della personalità di suo padre; era impaziente di ottenere risultati e di trovare soluzioni. Questo lo portò ad usare la protomateria, definita da molti scienziati come pericolosa ed altamente instabile. Ciononostante, sembrò risolvere i problemi. Nel 2285, il mondo scientifico ristretto di David fu sconvolto quando Khan Noonien Singh prese il controllo di Chekov e lo obbligò ad annunciare che aveva intenzione di prelevare Genesis dal team di Carol per ordine di Kirk. Questa minaccia fu parte dello stratagemma di Khan per attirare Kirk, e causò il primo incontro difficile tra padre e figlio. Questo incontro, in effetti, iniziò come uno scontro; David mostrò la stessa impazienza d’agire di suo padre quando attaccò l’ammiraglio con un coltello, presumendo che l’intento di Kirk fosse di prendere Genesis. Carol intervenne, e fu dopo averla guardata che Kirk indovinò che David era suo figlio. David ebbe la possibilità di vedere suo padre in una luce migliore quando Kirk combatté contro Khan. David rimase sul ponte della USS Enterprise, fungendo da consigliere a proposito dell’onda Genesis, e fu impressionato dal coraggio e dall’abilità di suo padre. Dopo aver visto la morte da vicino, David dimostrò di saper provare compassione cercando di consolare l’uomo che un tempo aveva disprezzato, nel momento in cui Kirk pianse la morte di Spock. David si scusò con Kirk per averlo giudicato male ed aggiunse: "Sono fiero, molto fiero di essere tuo figlio". (Star Trek II: L'ira di Khan) Poco tempo dopo, David fu assegnato alla USS Grissom con il Tenente Saavik per studiare il pianeta creato dall’esplosione Genesis. All’inizio, fu entusiasta dall’insieme dei risultati, ma quando si trasportò per dare un’occhiata da vicino trovò che il pianeta si trovava in uno stato di caos ambientale, e riconobbe che la causa era l’instabilità della protomateria. L’ingenuità di David venne fuori quando un gruppo di Klingon arrivò per esigere il Dispositivo Genesis. Credeva onestamente che i klingon non avrebbero fatto loro male poiché, come dispositivo per la creazione della vita su un pianeta, era evidente si trattasse di un fallimento. Per i klingon, però, Genesis era un’arma potente, ed un ostaggio venne selezionato per essere ucciso e dimostrare perciò la serietà dei loro intenti. Quando un coltello d'k tahg fu puntato al collo di Saavik, David si lanciò verso il klingon in un gesto di coraggio che avrebbe potuto essere quello di suo padre. Tuttavia, gli mancavano i riflessi di Kirk per la lotta, e fu ucciso con una singola pugnalata inflittagli col coltello a tre lame. (Star Trek III: Alla ricerca di Spock) Il ricordo della morte di David per mano dei klingon avrebbe condizionato l’atteggiamento di Kirk durante gli eventi che avrebbero condotto alla Conferenza di Khitomer nel 2293, con Kirk che avrebbe semplicemente permesso la morte dei klingon a causa del suo vecchio rancore ed odio per il ruolo avuto da questi ultimi nella morte di suo figlio. (Star Trek VI: Rotta verso l'ignoto)
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