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16th Apr '18 5:34:14 AM Tuomas
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[[WMG: The Sphere-Builders from ''Enterprise'' will become the Prophets]]
Both the Sphere-Builders and the Prophets are aliens living in a trans-dimensional realm beyond normal space and time, a realm that's depicted onscreen with all-encompassing white colour. Since the Sphere-Builders [[spoiler:appear to be humanoids and want to conquer the physical universe]], it seems likely they originally lived in this universe but were somehow [[spoiler:trapped in the trans-dimensional realm ages ago, and wish to return to their original home]]. However, after [[spoiler:their attempt to conquer the universe is thwarted and their connection to it cut,]] they decide to try and properly adapt to their new home. Eventually they will evolve to live fully beyond space and time, losing their physical bodies in the process, and becoming the beings Bajorans referred to as the Prophets. At some point a random wormhole opens up a new connection between the trans-dimensional realm and the physical universe, but at that point they have forgotten they'd ever existed outside their realm, and have no wish to leave it. The only exception to this is a subgroup among them called the Pah-Wraiths, who still hold on to some subconscious Sphere-Builder mentality, and who are therefore more interested in manipulating the physical universe and its inhabitants.
15th Apr '18 4:00:29 PM DavidTC
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[[WMG: There is no Section 31.]]
But this WMG is the exact opposite of the previous. Section 31 is, after all, the location of the part of Starfleet's charter which 'allowed for extraordinary measures to be taken in times of extreme threat'. So when Starfleet Intelligence need to do some 'extraordinary measures' that they can maintain deniability about (Even within the Federation government), they just ascribe those actions to a non-existent organization of 'Section 31'. Of course, there are a bunch of low-level assets that think they work for Section 31, but in reality, all the Federation intelligence operations are controlled by Starfleet Intelligence, period, and they just call the stuff that is kept off the books 'Section 31'.
15th Apr '18 3:40:06 PM DavidTC
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* Perhaps 'Vic Fontaine' is actually a real, famous person from the 1950s or 1960s, and Benny is doing the equivalent of Quantum Leap writing in Marilyn Monroe or JFK.
* Or, once we've incorporated the TV show idea above, perhaps Vic Fontaine is a cameo by a 'real-life' (In Benny's universe) singer with the name of 'Nick Montane' or something like that, playing a thinly fictionalized version of himself on Benny's TV show.
16th Mar '18 6:27:54 PM Malady
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[[WMG: Sarina Douglass will eventually work with, and becomes friends with, [[StarTrekVoyager Seven of Nine]].]]

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[[WMG: Sarina Douglass will eventually work with, and becomes friends with, [[StarTrekVoyager [[Series/StarTrekVoyager Seven of Nine]].]]
13th Mar '18 9:01:16 PM Macgyver644200
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[[WMG: The Cardassians worshiped the Prophets, but under another name.]]
The lightship made it to a more prosperous Cardassia Prime. The pilot, unable to return to Bajor, taught the Cardassians the Bajoran religion, which became immensely popular. When the Bajorans and the Cardassians made contact, the similar religions actually became a talking point, and Bajor found out about the legend of the Bajoran pilot. Then the Cardassians became impoverished, and their government became intensely nationalistic. A combination of the Prophets never showing up and distaste towards 'foreign influences' caused the religion to dwindle into nothingness, but that still left a key aspect of their society that could potentially be traced back to another planet (not to mention one that had offered no comfort during the famine). Thus, Bajor became a target for 'uplifting', and the Occupation began.
13th Mar '18 8:40:48 PM Macgyver644200
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* However, when your life is automatically valued less than a parasite that screws with your personality by an organization that sees no harm in lying and letting people die for that lie, feelings of inferiority might be the least of your worries. Who knows how bad things might have been in just before they showed up in TNG?




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[[WMG: Research on Defiant was shut down just to get rid of Sisko.]]
Years of research results in a ship that almost destroys itself, but they don't just scale it down to something manageable? Given Sisko had yet to get over his wife's death, it's not hard to imagine that he kept demanding more power, even when it was impractical. Eventually, the sympathy ran out, and Utopia Planitia got the project shut down out of irritation-induced spite. Then, once Sisko was on his way to somewhere out of the way and their heads cooled slightly, they restarted the project and actually made a ship that worked. Sisko didn't mention this in Emissary because, at that point, he was too embarrassed by his behavior.

16th Feb '18 11:04:00 PM Unicorndance
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[[WMG: Keiko was adopted.]]
Hence her mother being 100 years old. She adopted Keiko when she was in her sixties.

12th Jan '18 6:28:25 PM nombretomado
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'''The JustifyingEdit:''' In real militaries, an informal part of [[SergeantRock senior noncoms']] jobs is mentoring [[EnsignNewbie new officers]]. Starfleet formalized this relationship to where the above ensign is literally O'Brien's inferior (and ''only'' O'Brien's; he doesn't call any of [=DS=]9's other noncoms "sir").

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'''The JustifyingEdit:''' Administrivia/JustifyingEdit:''' In real militaries, an informal part of [[SergeantRock senior noncoms']] jobs is mentoring [[EnsignNewbie new officers]]. Starfleet formalized this relationship to where the above ensign is literally O'Brien's inferior (and ''only'' O'Brien's; he doesn't call any of [=DS=]9's other noncoms "sir").
10th Dec '17 10:47:27 AM Taxi-Pizzatime
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With the destruction of Deep Space 9 in this alternate universe, the Dominion War unfolded and finished very differently.
16th Nov '17 8:11:05 PM Unicorndance
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** [[http://www.chakoteya.net/DS9/425.htm In this episode]], both Sisko and Bashir call those aliens Cardassians.
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