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The Enterprise visits Deep Space 9, where Worf learns his father may be alive and a prisoner of the Romulans.
- Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart)
- William Riker (Jonathan Frakes)
- Worf (Michael Dorn)
- Data (Brent Spiner)
- Geordi La Forge (LeVar Burton)
- Beverly Crusher (Gates McFadden)
- Deanna Troi (Marina Sirtis)
- Julian Bashir (Alexander Siddig)
- Noonian Soong (Brent Spiner)
- Jaglom Shrek (James Cromwell)
- Toq (Sterling Macer, Jr.)
- Tokath (Alan Scarfe)
- L'Kor (Richard Herd)
- Ba'el (Jennifer Gatti)
- Gi'ral (Cristine Rose)
- Morn (Mark Allen Shepherd)
- Broik (David B. Levinson)
- Carraya • Carraya IV • Deep Space 9 • Nequencia • Promenade • Replimat
- Referenced only
- Alture VII • Caves of No'Mat • Gamma Quadrant • Khitomer • Nagor • Qo'noS • Romulus
- Bajoran • Betazoid • Ferengi • Human • Klingon • Lurian • Romulan • Yridian
- Referenced only
- Cardassian • Ktarian • Taqua
States and OrganizationsEdit
- android • aqueduct • bat'leth • boridium • dilithium • d'k tahg • Gin'tak spear • jinaq • Klingonese • mok'bara • Rite of MajQa • Starfleet Cybernetics Journal
- Several of the Klingon and Romulan characters appearing in the episodes also appear in the 'Star Trek: The Lost Era novel The Art of the Impossible.
- Toq would later become a main character in the Star Trek: Klingon Empire series of novels.
- The Carraya camp would later be seen in A Burning House.
- Birthright, Part I article at Memory Alpha, the wiki for canon Star Trek.
- Birthright, Part II article at Memory Alpha, the wiki for canon Star Trek.
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