Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't there a reference to the USS Excalibur in this novel? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by188.8.131.52 (talk) .
There's a reference to some USS Excalibur here:
"I'm afraid I'm not feeling very reasonable just now, Gul Dukat," Sisko said. "If you try to board the station we'll resist. The Federation won't stand for a Cardassian occupation of this station, or any other part of Bajoran space, and the U.S.S. Excalibur is due here in twenty-eight hours--are you ready to start a full-scale war?"
Is this a person or title? The way its mentioned it sounds like a title to me as its always "the Goran Tokar" but I'm not sure. Anyone know? – Darth Batrus 14:19, 27 May 2009 (UTC)
Everywhere in the novel is like that ("the Goran Tokar"). But there is this little snippet: "Who the devil was the Goran Tokar? The name was vaguely familiar, and Sisko had the impression that a Goran was a high-ranking official in the Cardassian hierarchy, but beyond that either his memory or his education ihiled him." Of course, we're guessing based on Sisko's guessing, but it sounds like Goran is a title, and Tokar was the person. --Captain Savar 14:32, 27 May 2009 (UTC)