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While the Federation Alliance launches its final assault against the Dominion, Kira, Garak and Damar launch their own attack against Dominion Headquarters. Meanwhile, Winn and Dukat travel to the Fire Caves to release the Pah-wraith and the crew of Deep Space 9 prepare for great changes to their lives once the war ends.

DescriptionEdit

A powerful novel in the classic tradition of "All Good Things...".
Seven years ago, Benjamin Sisko took command of an alien space station newly christened Deep Space Nine. There he met Kira Nerys, Odo, Miles O'Brien, Quark, Worf, Julian Bashir, and many others who would touch his life deeply. He also found a new and troubling destiny as the long-awaited Emissary to the mysterious wormhole entities known as the Prophets.
Now, after years of triumph and tragedy, and a cataclysmic war that rocked the entire Alpha Quadrant, Captain Sisko and his valiant crew face their final challenge. No one is safe, nothing is certain, and not even the Prophets can predict the ultimate fate of Deep Space Nine!

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CharactersEdit

Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks) • Kira Nerys (Nana Visitor) • Odo (Rene Auberjonois) • Julian Bashir (Alexander Siddig) • Miles O'Brien (Colm Meaney) • Worf (Michael Dorn) • Quark (Armin Shimerman) • Ezri Dax (Nicole de Boer) • Jake Sisko (Cirroc Lofton) • Nog (Aron Eisenberg) • Elim Garak (Andrew J. Robinson) • Dukat/Anjohl Tennan (Marc Alaimo) • Martok (J. G. Hertzler) • Winn Adami (Louise Fletcher) • Damar(Casey Biggs) • Weyoun (Jeffrey Combs) • Female Changeling (Salome Jens) • Kasidy Yates (Penny Johnson) • William Ross (Barry Jenner) • Vic Fontaine (James Darren) • Sarah Sisko (Deborah Lacey) • Keiko O'Brien (Rosalind Chao) • Molly O'Brien (Hana Hatae) • Mila (Julianna McCarthy) • Morn (Mark Allen Shepherd) • Kirayoshi O'BrienPran (Max Omega) • Broca (Mel Johnson, Jr.) • Ekoor (Greg Ellis) • Ginger (Cyndi Pass) • LarTholunBremertonRom (Max Grodénchik) • Gowron (Robert O'Reilly) • Ke Hovath (Lawrence Monoson)
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AchillesBandeeDaxCurzon DaxJadzia DaxJimmy DurantePeter LawfordLeonidasDouglas MacArthurHoratio NelsonRebecca Jae SiskoWilliam B. TravisUngtae

LocationsEdit

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AndorDevona IVEminiar VIIKendra ProvinceLakarian CityPollux IVQo'noSRigel VIIRisaRomulusStratos

Starships and vehiclesEdit

USS AkagiUSS DefiantD'ridthauUSS FarragutUSS NelsonUSS Rio Grande
Montage only: BarakaUSS EnterpriseIKS Rotarran
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Attack fighter 6-4Attack fighter 6-5USS Defiant

Starship classesEdit

Akira-classBreen battle cruiserBreen fighterDanube-classD'deridex-classDefiant-classExcelsior-classFederation fighterGalaxy-classGalor-classHideki-classJem'Hadar fighterJem'Hadar battle cruiserJem'Hadar battleshipKlingon cruiserKlingon fighterK't'inga-classKlingon Bird-of-PreyMiranda-classNebula-classRomulan Bird-of-PreySaber-classSteamrunner-classVor'cha-class
LCARS graphics only: D7-classIntrepid-classNegh'Var-classOlympic-classSovereign-class

Races and culturesEdit

BajoranBreenCardassianChangelingEvoranFounderJem'HadarHumanKlingonLurianPah-wraithProphetsRomulanTrillVorta

States and organizationsEdit

Bajoran MilitiaBajoran Military GuardBreen ConfederacyCardassian GuardCardassian Liberation FrontCardassian UnionDominionFederation AllianceGreat LinkKlingon EmpireRomulan Star EmpireStarfleetStarfleet CommandPromenade Merchants' AssociationUnited Federation of Planets
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NinersObsidian OrderSection 31SpartanStarfleet AcademyUnited Earth StarfleetUnited States ArmyWTYX

Science and technologyEdit

clonecloningconcussion grenadedocking clampdoppler compensatorenergy scannerflux capacitorhologramholosuiteimpulse manifoldimpulse response filterinduction coilinertial damperlightstickorbital weapon platformPADDpalm beaconphaserphaser bankphaser emitterphaser rifleplasma flow regulatorquantum torpedorefrigeration suitself-sealing stemboltstochastic field emittersurveillance satellitetargeting computertorque bufferviewscreenwarp matrix

Ranks and titlesEdit

admiralcaptainChancellor of the Klingon EmpireChief of OperationscolonelcommandercommodoreconstableEmissary of the ProphetsEmissary of the Pah-wraithensignFederation Ambassador to the Klingon EmpireFirstgeneralgulHigh Centurionkailegatelieutenant Commanderprofessorthotvedekyeoman

Other referencesEdit

1960s2309angelautomobileassault fleetBajoran languageBajoran prophecyBajoran religionBarbiebaseballbaseball (object)bat'lethBattle of CardassiaBattle of NormandyBattle of ThermopylaeBattle of TrafalgarbeachBeatnikbetting poolbiosignatureblindnessblockadebloodwinebongoBook of the Kosst AmojanBreen languagecanastaCardassian intelligence networkCardassian teacasualty reportchesscombat support tendercommunication blackoutconcussiondartsdemondocking pylonDominion WarDominion War AccordsEnglish languageequatorevasive maneuversexileFederation-Cardassian borderfighterfiring sequencefront linegin rummygo-go bootsflagshipgenocidegutfishheavy cruiserhologramholosuiteionospherejazzKlapri drippingKlingoneseKosst Amojanlanding partylatinumlichenmedical packetmedikitmoonmorning sicknessmorphogenic matrixmorphogenic virusnannyneutroniumOccupation of BajorOperation Final Assaultoptronicspicket shippregnancypriority onepyrrhic victoryqa'plaracquetballrationredratRestoration of BajorRestoration of the Pah-wraithrodentRomulan war wingsacramentshakedown cruisesickbaySisko's baseballSisko's houseslot machinesolidspace sicknesssupply freightertargteatongotallusTarkalean teatribbletuxedoVikingwar crimewineWorld War II

AppendicesEdit

What You Leave Behind alternate cover

The early cover.

  • The early cover (pictured) of the novelization of this episode had the name of the episode as simply "Final Episode", likely due to the fact the name was not known at the time. The image of Worf would be changed for the final cover and Ira Steven Behr and Hans Beimler's names would be added.
  • Ira Steven Behr and David Weddle are among the production staff who play holograms in the scene set at Vic's.
  • IDW Publishing editor Dan Taylor has said that in the future he would like to set a new DS9 comic after the events of this episode.

Related storiesEdit

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ConnectionsEdit

published order
Previous novelization:
Far Beyond the Stars
DS9 novelizations Next novelization:
final novel in series
Previous episode:
The Dogs of War
DS9 episode produced Next episode:
Last Episode, the saga continues in "Avatar, Book One"
Previous episode:
The Dogs of War
DS9 episode aired Next episode:
Last Episode, the saga continues in "Avatar, Book One"
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Requital
Pocket Next Adventure:
Final Entry
eighteenth entry
Previous Adventure:
Face Value
Deep Space Nine Adventures Next Adventure:
The Left Hand of Destiny, Book One
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2375.
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in one other timeframe:
Previous Adventure:
Relativity
November 2375
Chapters 11-15
Next Adventure:
Double or Nothing


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