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14th May '17 5:00:07 PM StarTropes
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* Another meta-example is Aron Eisenberg's performance in "It's Only a Paper Moon." His portrayal of Nog's PTSD had combat veterans writing in to congratulate him.
14th May '17 6:37:15 AM StarTropes
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*** The speech he delivers to broadcast his HeelFaceTurn shows that he has truly found his voice.
---> "...and so two years ago, our government signed a treaty with the Dominion. In it the Dominion promised to extend Cardassia's influence throughout the Alpha Quadrant. In exchange, we pledged ourselves to join the war against the Federation and its allies. Cardassians have never been afraid of war, a fact we've proven time and again over these past two years. Seven million of our brave soldiers have given their lives to fulfill our part of the agreement, and what has the Dominion done in return? Nothing. We've gained no new territories. In fact, our influence throughout the quadrant has diminished. And to make matters worse we are no longer masters in our own home. Travel anywhere on Cardassia and what do you find? Jem'Hadar, Vorta, and now Breen. Instead of the invaders we have become the invaded. Our 'allies' have conquered us without firing a single shot. Well, no longer. This morning detachments of the Cardassian First, Third and Ninth Orders attacked the Dominion outpost on Rondac III. This assault marks the first step towards the liberation of our homeland, from the true oppressors of the Alpha Quadrant. I call upon Cardassians everywhere. Resist. Resist today. Resist tomorrow. Resist till the last Dominion soldier has been driven from our soil!"
13th May '17 5:29:01 PM StarTropes
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*** Sisko himself is a religious man though, do to the Prophets

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*** Sisko himself is a religious man man, though, do due to the Prophets Prophets. And no, he doesn't go to Hell.
13th May '17 9:24:55 AM Alden2
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### sisko him self is a religious man thoe do to the profit's

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### sisko him self *** Sisko himself is a religious man thoe though, do to the profit's Prophets
5th May '17 10:11:42 PM Aceina
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### sisko him self is a religious man thoe do to the profit's
25th Apr '17 2:48:43 AM ShorinBJ
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* Odo discovers an elderly Klingon in a restricted area. Namely, Odo's own holding cells (visitors area).

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* Odo discovers an elderly Klingon in a restricted area. Namely, Odo's own holding cells (visitors (visitor's area).
23rd Apr '17 11:30:47 PM ShorinBJ
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* Worf had a fantastic line in one of the most violent episodes "To the Death." They are forced to team up with Jem'Hadar soldiers because rogue Jem'Hadar had captured a gateway temple that can transport them anywhere in the galaxy. When tensions mount between the leaders of the unlikely team up, and he Jem'Hadar First promises to kill Sisko after the mission is over, Worf reassures him:

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* Worf had a fantastic line in one of the most violent episodes "To the Death." They are forced to team up with Jem'Hadar soldiers because rogue Jem'Hadar had captured a gateway temple that can transport them anywhere in the galaxy. When tensions mount between the leaders of the unlikely team up, team-up, and he the Jem'Hadar First promises to kill Sisko after the mission is over, Worf reassures him:



* Worf's {{Determinator}} refusal to surrender to the Jem'Hadar in "By Inferno's Light", acknowledged as such by the very Jem'Hadar he was fighting. "I... yield. [[WorthyOpponent I cannot defeat this Klingon]], all I can do is kill him. And that no longer holds my interest." Leaving the Vorta in charge all "Whaaaaa...?" It also helped offset TheWorfEffect, given that he had gone through 6 increasingly brutal Jem'Hadar fights with minimal medical treatment and little rest.

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* Worf's {{Determinator}} refusal to surrender to the Jem'Hadar in "By Inferno's Light", acknowledged as such by the very Jem'Hadar he was fighting. "I... yield. [[WorthyOpponent I cannot defeat this Klingon]], all I can do is kill him. And that no longer holds my interest." Leaving the Vorta in charge all "Whaaaaa...?" It also helped offset TheWorfEffect, given that he had gone through 6 six increasingly brutal Jem'Hadar fights with minimal medical treatment and little rest.



* When the Cardassian fleet turns against the Dominion in the finale "What You Leave Behind.". Aside from violently opposing being used as cannon fodder to those who treat them like dirt, it's a very rare moment to see Cardassian ships be badass where as usually they've been the underdog in space engagements.

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* When the Cardassian fleet turns against the Dominion in the finale "What You Leave Behind.". Aside from violently opposing being used as cannon fodder to those who treat them like dirt, it's a very rare moment to see Cardassian ships be badass where as whereas usually they've been the underdog in space engagements.
15th Apr '17 3:45:41 PM ShorinBJ
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*** The SaltTheEarth moment is notable for the non-chalant way Kira and Odo look over Ops as the 'gift' left for the Dominion has every console blow up in spectacular fashion.
--> '''Kira:''' Dukat wanted the station back? He can have it.

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*** The SaltTheEarth moment is notable for the non-chalant nonchalant way Kira and Odo look over Ops as the 'gift' left for the Dominion has every console blow up in spectacular fashion.
--> '''Kira:''' -->'''Kira:''' Dukat wanted the station back? He can have it.
1st Apr '17 12:06:40 AM ShorinBJ
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* "Apocalypse Rising" is one for Odo. Having been [[spoiler:made human by the Founders as a punishment for killing one of their own,]] Odo has a crisis of confidence where he ponders what good he is to the crew. Yet right as Worf is about to do battle with Gowron to expose him as a Changeling, it's Odo who, out of absolutely ''nowhere,'' deduces that [[spoiler:Martok]] is the real Changeling, who's been playing Gowron and the Klingons for who knows how long. A validating moment for Odo, and made even more awesome when an entire room of Klingons react to this revelation by pulling out their weapons and blasting the [[spoiler:fake Martok]] straight to Hell.

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* "Apocalypse Rising" is one for Odo. Having been [[spoiler:made human by the Founders as a punishment for killing one of their own,]] Odo has a crisis of confidence where he ponders what good he is to the crew. Yet right as Worf is about to do battle with Gowron to expose him as a Changeling, it's Odo who, out of absolutely ''nowhere,'' deduces that [[spoiler:Martok]] is the real Changeling, who's been playing Gowron and the Klingons for who knows how long. A validating moment for Odo, and made even more awesome when an entire room of Klingons react to this revelation by pulling out their weapons and blasting the [[spoiler:fake Martok]] Changling straight to Hell.



** The Breen get another one in that same episode when they manage [[spoiler: to pull off a sneak attack on ''Earth'' and severely damage Starfleet Headquarters.]] Even Martok is impressed, claiming its something the Klingons themselves never even considered doing during their wars with the Federation.

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** The Breen get another one in that same episode when they manage [[spoiler: to pull off a sneak attack on ''Earth'' and severely damage Starfleet Headquarters.]] Even Martok is impressed, claiming its it's something the Klingons themselves never even considered doing during their wars with the Federation.



** And now comes one of the most awesome moments in the history of filmed ''Franchise/StarTrek''. The Klingons attempt to blast the station, and just like Sisko promised, the station fights back unleashing 5000 torpedoes and skewering the Klingons with its phasers. But that's not where it gets good. The Klingons punch a hole in the shields and start beaming onto the station in waves to take it over...

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** And now comes one of the most awesome moments in the history of filmed ''Franchise/StarTrek''. The Klingons attempt to blast the station, and just like Sisko promised, the station fights back back, unleashing 5000 torpedoes and skewering the Klingons with its phasers. But that's not where it gets good. The Klingons punch a hole in the shields and start beaming onto the station in waves to take it over...



*** Sisko (really, who else) back handing Klingons and sending them flying. Then he takes a bat'leth and sucker punches another.

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*** Sisko (really, who else) back handing backhanding Klingons and sending them flying. Then he takes a bat'leth and sucker punches another.



*** Gul Dukat and Garak are in a hall way fighting the Klingons 2 against 10, and '''winning'''!

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*** Gul Dukat and Garak are in a hall way hallway fighting the Klingons 2 against 10, and '''winning'''!
5th Mar '17 5:46:15 PM wyattte
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmXzamLDgFk Sisko does a duet with Vic Fontaine.]] The ''pipes'' on that man.
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