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Legate DamarWe all remember are former leader Legate DamarLegate Damar by Skargill
Who thought with the Dominion Cardassia would go far
The truth was obscene
They gave our worlds to Breen
This alliance would leave us without even a home star
His wealth and privilege did not make him content
In fact he was determined to make amends and repent
It was no longer ideal
To lick Vorta boot heel
He would make the changelings pay for the blood they spent
Unarmoured 9Unarmoured 9 by GulRejal
Chapter 9 – Day 25
After finishing his uneventful breakfast in the mess hall, Narell went to the bridge to start his shift. First, he had to analyse the data that had been gathered by Ok’Tor. For the last few days there hadn’t been anything new to add to their confusing puzzle picture, but Narell was patient. That said, he wasn’t expecting any change today.
Sh’Akaleen sent him a warm smile when he’d arrived on the bridge. He smiled back and sat in his seat, opening the files he was supposed to work on this morning.
It looked like it was going to be another day without anything happening...
Until Moxx reported from his console. “Captain, I’m detecting something.” Almost all heads turned toward him, while he continued, “The readings are almost identical to the ones we detected at Falen III. This is just a big rough asteroid, but I clearly see signs of Kazeran presence. It’s even possible their ship is stil
To betray in deepest consequenTo betray in deepest consequence: an alternative DS9 ending.To betray in deepest consequen by ThorDamar
"On the other hand, they are just as likely to convince you to betray us!" Weyoun sneered.
Legate Broca, formally of the Third order, son of the legendary Gul Herok Broca and now the leader of the glorious Cardassian Union, had picked a odd moment to have a sudden epiphany.
This isn’t going the way I thought it would. Perhaps the alliance had not been the best of ideas and it should have been someone else here today. What do I do now? Broca knew that he had a reputation for a certain lack of intellectual rigour and that he was considered to have coasted on his families long and stalwart service to the Union, riding his father’s coattails into a Gulhood but he had
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