|Family Status||married to Tyr Anasazi; one son: Tamerlane Anasazi|
|Last Known Status||Dead|
Freya (portrayed by Dylan Bierk) was a member of the Nietzschean Orca pride. Her great-great-grandfather Bolivar was an Alpha, as was his father's father, all way back to the famous Nietzschean Saladin Cree.
In CY 10087 Captain Dylan Hunt attempted to resolve a dispute between the Than Hegemony and the Orca Pride diplomatically and sends Tyr Anasazi to deal with the Orcas. After Tyr outwits the Orcas, Freya chooses him as her mate. They marry but Tyr betrays the Orcas by destroying their plasma cannon and Freya is forced to decide whether she wants to keep the unborn child or to abort.
A year later Tyr finds out that she has given birth to a son, Tamerlane Anasazi. At the same time, the Genites become active once more and Tyr searches for the Pride in order to save his family. When he arrives, Freya informs him that Olma and Dimitri (the new Alpha) have abducted their child. Tyr kills Dimitri who only wanted to protect Tamerlane for he may be the reincarnation of Drago Museveni himself. Tyr reveals his location in order to lure the Genites in and use the Orca as cover for his own escape. He tries to bring Freya and his son with him, but she is gunned down by the Genites.
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