Sokketh was a member of the Federation Council by the year 2401. That same year, he led the opposition to a proposal by several Starfleet officers to enter the Klingon-Gorn War on the side of the Klingon Empire. He believed that the Undine threat was overemphasized and that a peaceful resolution could still be attained.
While stationed aboard Earth Spacedock in 2408, he was killed and replaced by an Undine agent. His remains were found in his home on Vulcan several months later by the Vulcan authorities. Meanwhile, his impostor had been escorted by the crew of the USS Leviathan to the Vulcan monastery on P'Jem, and it was there that the true identity of the impostor was deduced. The impostor was assumed to be killed when his ship was destroyed by Starfleet forces in the system.
The two shared an uncommonly close bond for an ambassador and his aide, a trend not generally seen in Vulcan culture, due to their lack of emotion. Upon learning of the death of her friend, T'Pela was quite distraught.
- Star Trek: Federation Legacy – "Diplomatic Orders" (First mentioned)
- Star Trek: Federation Legacy – "Hide and Seek" (Mentioned only)
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|v - e - ?||United Federation of Planets|
|Colony administrators||Willa Post|
|Ambassadors||Jiro Sugihara • Sokketh† • Spock?|
|Researchers||Ghee P'Trell • Amar Singh^|
|Vulcan civilians||T'Pela • Savin • Saalar • Solak|
|Human civilians||Keith Wells • Michael Jones • Martha Jones • Robert Jones† • Mr. Jones • Jason Fredricks' grandfather† • Remus Wells • Veronica Wells • Maria Fredricks • Mack • Amanda Wells • Sidney Wells • Cassidy • Micha Hauser • Gerry Collins • David Hauser† • Mrs. L'eher • Benjamin Wells|
|Other civilians||B-4 • Crusoe • Danna Brott† • Thoros Azeli • Nessha Azeli • Ziphla Azeli|