The crew of Deep Space Nine is preparing for a possible attack by the Dominion. There's a drill to find shapeshifters and the station is retrofitted. Suddenly, the massive Klingon flagship decloaks. It's General Martok and he's not alone. An entire Klingon fleet has been stationed nearby. Sisko welcomes them and Martok claims the fleet is at Deep Space Nine to fight with the Federation against the Dominion. Soon the trouble starts. The Klingons harass Morn, they beat up Garak and try to hijack Kasidy Yates' ship to look for shapeshifters. They continue checking ships outside of Bajoran space after. Sisko doesn't trust this anymore and asks the only Klingon in Starfleet, Worf, to find out what the Klingon fleet is really doing.
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At the end of season 3, the writers had planned on doing a "Changelings on Earth" storyline, which would end on a cliff-hanger. However, Paramount said that they didn't want a cliff-hanger ending, forcing the writers to go in a different direction. See more
While Worf is fighting the holographic alien in the training program on the holosuite, his mek'leth appears to be bent when seen from the rear of the alien, but straight when seen from the rear of Worf. See more
You robbed my son of his honor just to get my attention?
Lt. Commander Worf
You cannot take away what someone does not have.
Originally aired as a double-length two-hour episode, "The Way of the Warrior" was cut into two parts for repeats and syndication. To make room for the credits sequence and a "previously on" segment in the second part, several scenes had to be cut. The DVD release contains the original long version. See more
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
Written by Dennis McCarthy
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