By Una McCormack Heather Jarman
Inside each federation and each empire, at the back of each hero and each villain, there are the worlds that outline them. within the aftermath of harmony and within the bold culture of Spock's international, the ultimate mirrored image, and A sew in Time, the civilizations such a lot heavily tied to celebrity Trek: Deep house 9 can now be skilled as by no means before...in stories either sweeping and intimate, reflective and prophetic, eerily accepted and completely alien. CARDASSIA: The final global ravaged by way of the kingdom warfare can also be the final on which Miles O'Brien ever imagined construction a lifestyles. As he joins within the reconstruction of Cardassia's infrastructure, his spouse Keiko spearheads the planet's tough agricultural renewal. yet Cardassia's fight to remake itself -- from the fledgling democracy sponsored by way of Elim Garak to the people's rediscovery in their personal non secular earlier -- isn't with no competition, because the outdoor efforts to assist rebuild its civilization come below assault by way of those that reject any alien impact. ANDOR: at the eve of an exceptional social gathering in their old 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 which will determine 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 results of his offerings, yet a clandestine plan to change the very nature of his type.
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Keiko was director here—but it was not just the scientific research that would need her attention. A community, that’s what she wanted too. And so she’d requested that the team she’d assembled should bring their families with them to Andak. It was only when the requisitions came through—for living quarters, for rations—that she began to realize what a Cardassian “family” might mean. Everyone at Andak had been touched by the war. She, Miles, Molly, and Yoshi—they were the oddities: mother, father, sister, brother.
Cardassians liked the sound of their own voices after all. And when on Cardassia… Well, the day was certainly shaping up to be a long one. Two rival projects chasing the same bit of funding. Andak or Setekh. Miles was objective enough an engineer to know that it was not just—not at all, in fact—because Keiko headed the Andak Project that he was backing it. The Setekh Project, in Miles’s opinion, was a quick fix, and not even a good one—like slapping some sealing tape over a volcano, and hoping it would hold back the flow of lava.
A damp breeze began to lift, picking up a bit of rubbish just ahead of him. Garak contemplated stopping and clearing it up, and then kicked it out of the way instead. He was already late, and not much inclined to engage in futile endeavor this early in the morning. Better to save that for later. He hopped over what was left of a wall, and spied O’Brien already waiting for him outside the squat, gray block of offices. He was looking in the other direction. A smile crept across Garak’s lips. It was…unfortunate, what had happened between himself and the chief on Empok Nor.