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Morn was a talkative Lurian male and a long-time patron of Quark's Bar.

BiographyEdit

He first arrived on Terok Nor in 2365, several days after the murder of the Bajoran chemist Vaatrik Drasa by the Shakaar Resistance Cell member Kira Nerys. Quark believed that Lurians were bad for business and was consequently reluctant to serve Morn on that occasion. (DS9 - Terok Nor novel: Dawn of the Eagles) At that time, he still had hair. (DS9 episode: "Who Mourns for Morn?")

He remained on the space station when the United Federation of Planets assumed control and renamed it Deep Space 9 in 2369. (DS9 episode: "Emissary", et. al.) He was treasured by Quark as his most loyal customer. (DS9 reference: Legends of the Ferengi)

Morn sometimes worked for Quark as one of "Quark's Irregulars". (DS9 comic: "Pickpocket")

In early 2376, Morn purchased a bio-acceleration elixir from Quark that managed to grow hair everywhere on Morn's body except his head. (DS9 episode: "What You Leave Behind", DS9 short story: "Second star to the right...")

In April of the same year Quark suggested Morn talk to DS9's new science officer, Shar, about getting his hair to grow back, though it was actually more of a ploy to keep the Andorian officer drinking. (DS9 novel: Avatar)

In June of 2376, Morn hosted a reading of his poetry in his quarters to a packed house. Following the recital, Morn brought the entire crowd to Quark's for drinks. (DS9 - Mission Gamma novel: Twilight)

Morn, a notorious womanizer, had been seen leaving the quarters of the Orion dabo girl, Treir. (DS9 novel: Lesser Evil)

In January 2377, the Jem'Hadar Taran'atar attacked Captain Kira and Lieutenant Ro Laren on Deep Space 9. Morn was in the middle of a triple-over bet with the Dabo wheel mid spin when a red alert was called throughout the station. Morn got up and left Quark's immediately, leaving his money on the table. Due to house rules, this meant that the money went directly to Quark. (DS9 novel: Warpath)

Morn would remain in the Bajoran system until 2384. He would survive the destruction of Deep Space Nine in 2383, and ran his shipping business from Bajor for a time, regularly visiting Quark’s new bar in Aljuli. However, despite his popularity with a new clientale of local Bajoran workers, Morn appeared distressed - Quark believed he was suffering from survivor's guilt, and eventually stopped patronising Quark's, before moving on. He paid his tab by courrier, with Quark & Treir at a loss about - and missing - their former regular and friend. (ST - Typhon Pact novel: Raise the Dawn, ST - The Fall novel: Revelation and Dust)

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Alternate timelineEdit

In an alternate timeline in which Captain Benjamin Sisko was believed to have been killed in 2372, Morn attended the memorial service for him on the Promenade. He remained aboard DS9 after it fell under the control of the Klingon Empire in 2373. By 2405, Quark had bought a moon and sold Morn his bar. Morn was still running the bar in 2422. In that year, Julian Bashir suggested that he, Jadzia Dax, Jake Sisko and Nog go for a drink in Morn's if their plan to rescue Captain Sisko was successful. (DS9 episode: "The Visitor")

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