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Benjamin Sisko and his new crew take control of a former Cardassian space station and make a discovery that will change the galaxy.

Publisher's descriptionEdit

From the front cover:

The extraordinary novel, based on the blockbuster pilot episode for the exciting new television series!

From the back cover:

It's been over twenty-five years since the original STAR TREK television series debuted on network television—and today, the universe first seen in that show is more popular than ever. STAR TREK VI: THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY was a huge box-office hit, and STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION is now entering its sixth incredible season as the most popular hour of syndicated entertainment on television.
Now comes DEEP SPACE NINE, a thrilling new addition to the STAR TREK universe. Commanded by an embittered Starfleet officer and populated by a myriad of exotic aliens, the mysterious space station known as Deep Space Nine hovers on the edge of a wormhole, a doorway that leads to the galaxy's furthest reaches—and beyond.

SummaryEdit

ReferencesEdit

CharactersEdit

Julian BashirBroikCurzon DaxJadzia DaxDelaneyDoranDrakDukatGarciaHranokMaggie HubbellJasadJas-qalJhakkaKira NerysMajutMornNogKeiko O'BrienMiles O'BrienMolly O'BrienOdoOpakaJean-Luc PicardQuarkRomRulanBenjamin SiskoJake SiskoJennifer SiskoStorilSuarezTamamota
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Samuel ClemensDaroDax (symbiont)Ty CobbGarciaJ.P. HansonMaria HuxleyWill KaydenLamersonLindMacetBenjamin MaxwellMeierRobert PicardRendellJoseph SiskoTalunoDeanna TroiTsaoVolodzhe

LocationsEdit

Alpha QuadrantAshallaBajorBajoran wormholeCelestial TempleDeep Space 9Denorios BeltGamma QuadrantHabitat ringIdranInfirmaryOperations centerPromenadeQuark'sShikina MonasteryStation commander's officeWolf 359
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EarthGaris VGilgo BeachHadas IVKumomotoLapolisLunaMarsMississippi RiverPittsburghSector 001Setlik IIISzagy ParkUtopia PlanitiaUtopia Planitia Fleet Yards

Starships and vehiclesEdit

USS Bellerophon (Nebula-class) • USS Bonestell (Oberth-class) • Borg cubeUSS Cochrane (Oberth-class) • USS Enterprise-D (Galaxy-class) • Galor-classUSS Ganges (Danube-class) • USS Melbourne (Excelsior-class) • USS Rio Grande (Danube-class) • USS Saratoga (Miranda-class) • USS Yamaguchi (Ambassador-class) • USS Yangtzee Kiang (Danube-class)
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Class VI starshipUSS GageUSS KyushuUSS PhoenixUSS RutledgeUSS Tolstoi

Races and culturesEdit

Bajoran/BajoraB'kaaziBolianBorgBrunygCardassianChangelingFerengiHumanLurianProphetsTrillVulcan
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FrunalianRomulan

States and organizationsEdit

Bajoran MilitiaBajoran Provisional GovernmentBorg CollectiveCardassian 7th OrderCardassian GuardCardassian UnionStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets
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Bajoran ResistanceCardassian 4th OrderChicago CubsStarfleet AcademyStarfleet CommandStarfleet MedicalStarfleet Medical AcademyVasteras University

TechnologyEdit

antigrav suitcasecutting beamdeflector generatorenvironmental controlescape podfield density compensatorfire extinguisherholoholodeckholosuiteinterlock servoLCARSnavigational sensoroptical data networkPADDphaserphaser bankphoton torpedoQuadros-1 probereplicatortransportertricorderturboliftviewscreenwarp drivewarp core

Other referencesEdit

airlockantileptonArk of the Covenantassimilationasteroidastrionicsattack formationaubergine stewautomobileBajoran prophecyBajoran religionBajoran sand dragonbaseballbaseball batbaseball gloveBattle of Wolf 359beachBorg Incursion of 2366-2367botanybuscannibal • "Cardie" • casinocelsiuschrondrite echocivil warclass Mcreditcrocodiledabodoughnutdroliduraniumemergency rationEmissary of the Prophetsevasive maneuversFederation-Cardassian Treaty of 2366Federation-Cardassian WarFerengi languagefishfishingflea marketGodgoldharpHebrewHuckleberry FinnhologramIrishjumja stickkailemonadelogicThe Minstrel Boymissivemulti-species medicinemyopicnight shiftnucleonic radiationneutrinoOccupation of Bajoronion souporborb experienceOrb of Prophecy and Changeorbitorepaghpostganglionic nerveprefectpreganglionic fiberPrime Directiveprofessorpulse compression waverefugee campRoladan wild drawsandSchool (DS9)Setlik III Massacresetteeshapeshiftershield nutationsituation tablesoccerspacespace dustspace stationstarbasestarshipStarfleet uniform (2366-2373)sulfursubspacesubspace fieldsynthalethoronwormhole

InformationEdit

  • This is the first numbered novel of Pocket's Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series of novels.
  • This novelization was written using Michael Piller's initial episode teleplay. The initial teleplay included story elements that did not figure into the aired version of "Emissary" but were presented in later episodes of the first season, most notably in the episode "A Man Alone".
  • The audiobook of this episode and novelization was read by Nana Visitor.
  • A deleted or unfilmed scene saw Sisko talking to the university chancellor, who mentioned that the house on Moravian Lane he asked about was available. Moravian Lane was later mentioned in the DS9 novel Inferno.

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ConnectionsEdit

published order
Previous novel:
First in Series
DS9 numbered novels Next novel:
The Siege
Previous novel:
Relics
Star Trek novelizations Next novel:
Descent
Previous episode:
First DS9 episode
DS9 episode produced Next episode:
A Man Alone
Previous episode:
First DS9 episode
DS9 episode aired Next episode:
Past Prologue
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Once Burned
backstory
Pocket Next Adventure:
Ha'mara
Previous Adventure:
The Fall of Terok Nor
Chapter 1
Deep Space Nine Adventures Next Adventure:
Ha'mara
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2369.
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in one other timeframe:
Previous Adventure:
Borg
Wolf 359 backstory
2367
Chapter 1
Next Adventure:
Final Entry
6th and 7th entries

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