Armageddon Sky (Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Day of Honor, by L. A. Graf

By L. A. Graf

Worf and the workforce of the Defiant locate themselves trapped on an alien international threatened via a world cataclysm, whereas Captain Sisko needs to preserve tensions on Deep area 9 from erupting into struggle. Original."

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Venerable Human politeness had prevented the Federation from lingering over the fact that they'd been mortal enemies with the Klingons for generations longer than they'd ever been friends. They'd graciously granted the Klingons their cultural differences, learned not to take offense at the aggressiveness Klingons tended to fling around them like spittle, 10 prided themselves on their respect for Klingon history and tradition. In return, the Klingons endeavored to be less obvious in their disdain for Federation bureaucracy, and stopped bullying Starfleet officers.

If there was one thing she'd come to understand about Worf since he joined the crew, it was that he was proud, and intensely private. But the words popped out as though tumbling directly off her thoughts. completing her observation, whether Worf would appreciate it or not. "The people here--they're not even seeing you. " She lifted one shoulder in a somewhat apologetic shrug, even though she wasn't sure what she herself had to apologize for. " Worf differences, learned not to take offense at the aggressiveness Klingons tended to fling around them like spittle, 10 prided themselves on their respect for Klingon history and tradition.

He got back a look of crackling impatience. "Of course, we have to go," Kira said. "Give the Klingons a research ship in the demilitarized zone, and they'll take a starship in the Alpha Quadrant. " Odo snorted. "I think we're going to start exactly the war we're trying to prevent. " "I appreciate that," Sisko said dryly. "In the meantime, could you assemble a skeleton security squad for the Defiant? " He glanced over at Dax. " "Fifteen scientists, ten ship's crew, and twelve passengers," Worf said before the science officer could reply.

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