O'Brien and Jake are examining one of the old ore processing unit to see if it can be turned into a deuterium refinery. Sisko checks up on them, just while Jake finds a strange file in the database that he can't delete. When O'Brien wants to set it apart for analyzing, he trips a Cardassian security alert. He must enter a password, but fails. Suddenly the room is locked down and a recorded message Gul Dukat appears on a view screen. He warns the 'Bajoran workers' to surrender to their superiors or face the consequences. Neurocine gas will be released. With the first option not possible, Jake finds a way out of the room through an uridium shaft. But their troubles and that of the station's are far from over. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (email@example.com)
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The station security system demanding upper level security clearances to end a revolt is a glaring error by the Cardassians - in a revolt, the death of the higher-ups would very likely be one of the first events to occur. The lack of their presence would doom a station with many Cardassians on board. See more
[Dukat has accidentally activated an old recording left by his former commanding officer
Dukat... if you are seeing this recording, it means you tried to abandon your post while the station's self-destruct sequence was engaged. That will not be permitted. You have lost control of Terok Nor, disgracing yourself and Cardassia. Your attempt to escape is no doubt a final act of cowardice. All fail-safes have been eliminated. Your personal access codes have been rescinded. The destruct sequence can ...
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
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