Cardassia and Andor (Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, by Una McCormack Heather Jarman

By Una McCormack Heather Jarman

Inside of each federation and each empire, in the back of each hero and each villain, there are the worlds that outline them. within the aftermath of team spirit and within the bold culture of Spock's global, the ultimate mirrored image, and A sew in Time, the civilizations such a lot heavily tied to big name Trek: Deep house 9 can now be skilled as by no means stories either sweeping and intimate, reflective and prophetic, eerily standard and totally alien. CARDASSIA: The final global ravaged by means of the kingdom struggle is usually the final on which Miles O'Brien ever imagined construction a existence. As he joins within the reconstruction of Cardassia's infrastructure, his spouse Keiko spearheads the planet's tricky agricultural renewal. yet Cardassia's fight to remake itself -- from the fledgling democracy sponsored by means of Elim Garak to the people's rediscovery in their personal religious prior -- isn't with no competition, because the outdoor efforts to assist rebuild its civilization come less than assault through those that reject any alien impact. ANDOR: at the eve of a superb party in their historic earlier, the bizarre and mysterious Andorians, a species with 4 sexes, needs to come to a decision simply how a lot they're prepared to sacrifice as a way to ascertain their survival. organic necessity clashes with own ethics; cultural legal responsibility vies with love -- and Ensign Thirishar ch'Thane returns domestic to the planet he forswore, to stand not just the implications of his offerings, yet a clandestine plan to change the very nature of his sort.

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The mountains behind at first framed the scene and then, almost imperceptibly, seemed to become part of the composition. A ripple passed through the onlookers as first Feric, then his companion turned to them. It seemed as if, each in turn, they became connected; whether by their own fascination or some other, more physical charge, they could not afterward tell. The sense of anticipation in the square was growing, the air was becoming slow. If this had been anywhere else, Keiko might have said a storm was coming.

Having taken the trouble to arrive early, he favored the new man with a distempered look. When the fifth at last made his entrance, the four were settled in their seats, waiting. Not a word had passed between them. This man, the last, took his time to walk across the room, each footfall measured out with care. With slow and scrupulous attention, he made his way to the head of the table, drew out the chair, brushed some invisible dust from the seat, and then took his place. Whereupon, with the same meticulousness, he drew out from inside his jacket pocket a single padd, which he laid down before him and straightened until he was apparently satisfied that it sat in perfect alignment with the edge of the table.

He had adopted the half-hunched walk of the average citizen, picking his way unsteadily over the rubble, and sliding through a single doorway. A third had, perhaps, entered via the rear—shifting a pile of garbage cans to make his way through, spilling some liquefying detritus. It poured over his well-made shoe, and he cursed. Two never even approached the anonymous façade. The remains of a bakery stood at the end of the street, twisted, metal reinforcements reaching naked from the crumbling concrete.

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