USS Kyushuトップに戻る

ディープスペースナイン 英語ガイド
第172話「嵐に立つ者たち」
Tacking into the Wind

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Kira:There, right there.
The explosion began at the intercooler matrix, and your men were supposed to plant the bomb here at the secondary plasma relay.
Rusot:What difference does it make?
The ship was destroyed.
Garak:The intercooler was the obvious choice for sabotage.
Their security checks could have found the bomb and disarmed it before the ship left orbit.
Rusot:But they didn't find it.
Kira:That isn't the point.
Your men ignored their instructions and their training.
Damar:Let us not lose sight of the fact that the mission was a success.
Kira:It was a success because the Jem'Hadar security slipped up and we got lucky.
Don't use those men again for anything other than routine reconnaissance.
Rusot:They're five of my best men.
Bronok is one of the best experienced...
Garak:You've been told before-- no names.
Kira:Each cell has to be insulated from the cell above and the cell below.
If I know the names of your men, and I am captured...
Rusot:Yes, I've heard the lecture.
Kira:Well, then you shouldn't have to be reminded.
Damar:It's been a long day.
Why don't we take a break?
Rusot:Good idea.
The air in here is getting stale.
Kira:Are you going to do something about him?
Damar:I am.
I'm giving him my support.
Kira:All right.
Garak:This does not bode well.
Kira:Odo.
Odo:The raid on the Tevak shipyard was successful.
I penetrated the operations center disabled the security protocols.
The rest of the team sabotaged the dilithium storage bunkers.
An hour after we left, the entire facility was vaporized.
Kira:You should get some rest.
Anyone in the bunk room?
Garak:No.
Kira:Okay, it's all yours.
Odo:All right.
Kira:Odo.
Good work.
Odo:Thank you.
---
Odo:Huh?
It's just like you to come sneaking in here without warning.
Garak:My approach may have been quiet, but I assure you I had no intention of sneaking up on you.
My apologies.
If... I may ask...
Odo:Why... have I deteriorated so rapidly?
I've been assuming dozens of different forms over the past few weeks.
Changing shape seems to... accelerate the progress of the disease.
Garak:Perhaps you should stop.
Odo:And do what?
Lie here waiting to die?
I came to work.
Work is what I'm going to do.
Garak:I take it Commander Kira is unaware of your true condition.
Odo:That's right.
And I prefer that it stays that way.
Garak:I won't breathe a word.
Odo:See that you don't.
She has enough on her mind without... worrying about me.
And I... don't want... her...
Garak:Pity?
Odo:Is there a reason you came in here?
Garak:We have need of a contact on Kelvas V.
I remember your telling me that you knew someone...
Odo:I may have a few names for you.
I have to give it some thought.
Garak:Odo, I hope you know how much I...
Odo:If I don't want pity from the woman I love why would I want it from you?

チャプター 1

O'Brien:Morning.
Bashir:Oh. What time is it?
O'Brien:0630.
Another all-nighter.
That's four in a row.
You can't keep this up.
Bashir:I'm beginning to agree with you.
And, to add insult to injury, I'm not getting anywhere.
My DNA integration theory's a blind alley.
O'Brien:So where does that leave you?
Bashir:Back on square one.
Whoever engineered this virus certainly did a good job of covering their tracks.
O'Brien:Julian, it's time to face facts.
You're not going to pull a rabbit out of your med-kit.
Now, even the Founders themselves couldn't find a cure, and they had all the resources of the Dominion at their command.
I know you don't want to hear this... but the only way we're going to find a cure is to track down whoever created this thing in the first place.
Bashir:Miles...
O'Brien:We have got to find a way to get inside Section 31.
Bashir:We've tried that.
We've tried and we've tried and all we managed to do was waste two weeks chasing phantoms from here to Vulcan.
You want to face facts?
Face this fact: Section 31 have managed to stay in hiding for over 300 years.
They're not going to come scurrying into the light just because Miles O'Brien and Julian Bashir are on the case.
O'Brien:Which is why I still say we should take this to Captain Sisko and let him contact Starfleet Intelligence.
Maybe they can...
Bashir:All that will do is alert Section 31 to the fact that we're on to them.
And you know what they'll do?
They'll go deeper into hiding-- probably send someone here to destroy whatever headway I've made.
No.
No more cloak and dagger games.
Science is the answer here.
Every puzzle has a solution, every disease a cure.
It's just a matter of finding it.
Now, if you'll kindly get the hell out of here I have work to do.
---
Gowron:Martok's attack on Avenal VII was a disgrace.
He had the advantage of surprise.
The Dominion wasn't expecting us to take the offensive so soon after the Breen entered the war.
Avenal should've been an easy victory for him, but instead, he's handed us a shameful defeat.
Sisko:General Martok and I both advised you against attacking a world so deep inside Dominion territory.
He was outnumbered six-to-one at Avenal.
Gowron:Six-to-one.
A good commander finds ways to beat the odds not hide behind them.
Sisko:He didn't hide behind anything.
He fought longer and harder than I would have in his place.
Have you read Worf's after-action report?
Seven Klingon ships destroyed, five others severely damaged, General Martok himself in critical condition in the Rotarran Sick Bay.
Gowron:He's expected to survive.
Sisko:That's not the point!
This entire operation has been a waste of resources, men and equipment.
The blame lies with the man who ordered the mission in the first place not the man who tried to carry it out.
Gowron:That's one of the things I like about you, Captain...
Your loyalty to your friends.
Sisko:This has nothing to do with loyalty.
Gowron:Of course not.
In any case, you needn't worry.
Martok's a popular general with the troops and that counts for something.
I won't relieve him of command... yet.
---
Weyoun:As you can see, the Klingon raid on Avenal was easily broken up.
Female Changeling:I am less concerned about this Klingon attack than I am the Cardassian rebellion.
We cannot fight the combined forces of the Federation, the Klingons and the Romulans and face a full-scale uprising behind the lines.
Weyoun:I completely agree.
However, the situation is well in hand.
We still have control over the Cardassian military while Damar has only a handful of terrorists at his disposal.
I assure you both that this rebellion poses no threat.
Female Changeling:You are correct, and you also assured us that Damar would never turn against the Dominion.
Weyoun:That was... an error, to be sure, but an understandable one.
No one could have foreseen that Damar would become a terrorist.
The concept is antithetical to the very nature of Cardassians.
They respect authority.
They value the rule of law and the security of order which is exactly what the Dominion offers them.
Female Changeling:Exactly.
If our cloning facilities were operational, I would eliminate this Weyoun immediately.
Damar must pay the price for his treason.
Redouble your efforts to find his wife and children, and I want you to begin interrogating Cardassian teachers, scientists, local officials.
The population must understand, in no uncertain terms that dissent will not be tolerated.
Then I want you to begin putting Cardassian civilians in and around the Dominion military installations.
If Damar destroys another shipyard, he will have to kill a great many of his own countrymen as well.
This will help turn the people against him.
Weyoun:An excellent plan.
Female Changeling:Your opinion was not solicited.
Female Changeling:Thot Pran, the sooner we can regain the offensive on the front lines, the better.
The installation of the Breen weapons on the Dominion ships must be accelerated.
Please issue the appropriate orders to your engineers.
Female Changeling:How long before our cloning facilities are operational again?
Weyoun:Not for several days, perhaps even weeks.
Female Changeling:Ah.
Well, keep me informed.
---
Garak:And according to our new contact on Kelvas V, the Breen will begin to install their energy-dampening weapons aboard Jem'Hadar fighters within a week.
Damar:Has the Federation made any progress in counteracting these weapons?
Kira:No. We're still having trouble understanding the underlying technology.
Damar:Well, why aren't the Klingon ships affected by these Breen weapons?
Kira:We don't know that yet either, but, if we could supply the Federation with one...
It would give them a chance to come up with a countermeasure.
Garak:I had the same thought.
Rusot:Our priority should be to free Cardassia from the Dominion, not do Starfleet's dirty work.
Damar:We're all in this together.
By helping Starfleet, we're helping ourselves.
Kira:There's a Cardassian repair facility in the Kelvas system, right?
Garak:Yes.
I take it you have something in mind.
Kira:It won't be easy, but... if we can get onto the Bridge...
All right, we'll take a five-man team-- the four of us plus Odo.
Garak, I'm going to need everything you have on the Kelvas facility.
Is something wrong?
Garak:Possibly.
Uh, may I have a few words with the Commander?
Kira:What's on your mind?
Garak:It's about taking Odo on this mission.
I'm afraid there's no easy way of putting it...
He's been hiding the true extent of his illness from you for some time now.
His condition has severely deteriorated and the more he changes form... the worse he gets.
Kira:I know.
Garak:What?!
Kira:I love him, Garak.
You think I really wouldn't notice?
Garak:Why the pretense?
Kira:Because I also know that he doesn't want me to find out about it.
He wants to put up a brave front and protect me from the truth, well, fine.
If that's what makes this easier for him, if that gives him one last shred of dignity to hold onto, then I'll go on ignoring what's happening to him until the very end.
Anything else?
Garak:Uh, no.
Kira:All right... we will need a Cardassian shuttle with the latest security protocols.

チャプター 2

Sisko:Sisko to Worf.
Worf:Worf here.
Sisko:I'd like to see you in my office, Commander.
Worf:On my way.
---
Sisko:How is Martok?
Worf:Dr. Bashir says he will make a full recovery.
Sisko:I'm glad to hear that.
Mr. Worf, we've got a serious problem on our hands.
Worf:Gowron.
Sisko:He seems hell-bent on continuing these offensives regardless of the cost.
Worf:He is a stubborn and arrogant man.
Sisko:That may be true, but I hope he's not a fool.
He's risking the entire defense posture.
Why can't he see that?
Worf:I suspect the Chancellor cannot see anything at the moment except for one man.
Sisko:You mean, Martok?
Worf:The Chancellor sees him as a political threat.
These attacks against the Dominion are designed to humiliate the General in the eyes of the Empire-- to force him to endure defeat after defeat.
Sisko:Are you telling me that this is a political vendetta?
Worf:It would not be the first time that a Klingon Chancellor put his own interests ahead of the greater good.
Sisko:Something has to be done.
Worf:Agreed.
And I do have a solution, but it will not be easy.
Sisko:Do whatever it takes, Mr. Worf.
Those Klingon ships out there are the only thing between us and the Breen.
Gowron is risking the safety of the entire Alpha Quadrant and it has to stop.
Worf:Understood.
---
Rusot:My men have secured the shuttle.
They'll meet us at those coordinates.
Kira:Good.
Rusot:Are you enjoying yourself?
Getting Cardassians to do your bidding must give you great pleasure.
Kira:I'm a little busy right now, Rusot.
Why don't you find someone else to play with?
Rusot:You may have fooled Damar into believing you're here to fight the Dominion, but I know why you're really here.
Kira:Oh, this should be good.
Rusot:You killed hundreds of Cardassians during the occupation, and now you're getting a chance to do it again.
That's why you're here, isn't it?
To hang a few more Cardassian neck bones from your belt?
Admit it, Kira.
You won't be satisfied until every one of us is dead.
Kira:Oh, I don't have time for thi...
Kira:Don't you ever touch me again.
Rusot:I guess... I hit a nerve.
Kira:No.
This is hitting a nerve.
Stop pushing me or I'll make you realize just how many nerves you have in that miserable body.
Rusot:When this is all over... and the Dominion is defeated...
Kira:You won't have any trouble finding me.
Garak:Oh, you'll have to do something about him long before that, Commander.
Kira:Thanks for all your help.
Garak:Oh, you seemed to have things well under control.
Kira:Did I?
Garak:Despite his statement to the contrary, Rusot will not wait until the end of the war to make his move.
I suggest you don't wait either.
Kill him... before he kills you.

チャプター 3

Martok:Challenge Gowron in the middle of a war?
It's treasonous.
Gowron:Gowron is leading us all to ruin.
It is your duty to challenge him to protect the Empire.
Martok:You would have me protect the Empire by breaking my oath... by spilling the blood of a Klingon brother while an enemy stands at our door?
Where is the honor in that?
Worf:He is sacrificing our troops for his own petty reasons.
Where is the honor in that?
Martok:The troops are his to command.
It is not our place to question him unless he is acting with cowardice, and there is no proof of that.
Worf:You are not listening.
Martok:I have heard every word that you have said.
You want me to become Chancellor.
Me.
Tell me, Worf.
How do you think the members of the High Council will react when they're asked to follow a common man from the Ketha lowlands?
A man without a drop of noble blood in his veins?
Worf:Kahless himself was not highborn.
Martok:Kahless was divine.
Worf:Your name is revered throughout the Empire.
If you seize the leadership every warrior from here to Kronos would swear an oath to you, and with that kind of support the High Council will have no choice but to accept you as Chancellor.
Martok:You begin to sound like a Romulan.
Worf:You know I am right.
Martok:I am a loyal soldier of the Empire.
I would rather die than dishonor my uniform.
By raising a hand to my Chancellor in a time of war I would bring shame to everything that I've fought to protect, everything that I believe in.
Worf:General.
Martok:My decision is made!
We will not speak of this again.
---
Odo:You're staring again.
Kira:Sorry.
I'm... I'm just worried about you.
Odo:Well, don't.
It may be a long time before the symptoms manifest themselves and, by then, I'm sure Dr. Bashir will have found the cure.
Kira:Right.
Uh, could you take the helm?
I'm going to get a raktajino.
Kira:What's wrong?
Garak:One of our listening posts picked up a message.
The Dominion has succeeded in locating Damar's family.
Damar:They're dead.
Damar:They weren't a part of this rebellion.
The Dominion knew that.
The Founder knew that.
Weyoun knew that.
To kill her and my son... the casual brutality of it... a waste of life.
What kind of state tolerates the murder of innocent women and children?
What kind of people give those orders?
Kira:Yeah, Damar, what kind of people give those orders?
Kira:Oh, that was stupid.
Garak:Not at all.
Damar has a certain... romanticism about the past.
He could use a dose of cold water.
Kira:Well, I could've picked a better time.
Garak:If he's the man to lead a new Cardassia, if he's the man we all hope him to be then the pain of this news made him more receptive to what you said, not less.
Odo:We're approaching the rendezvous point.
Odo:The shuttle is here.
Rusot:Right on time, just as I promised.
Damar:Damar to shuttle.
Lower your shields, and we'll beam aboard.
Cardassian:Acknowledged. Shields down.
Damar:Let's go.

チャプター 4

Worf:...And, in truth, I understand his position.
It is the duty of every soldier to support their leaders in time of war.
Asking Martok to stand against Gowron was a foolish error.
Ezri:So what are you going to do?
Worf:Try to convince Gowron to discontinue these attacks.
You have said very little.
Ezri:Look... I'm just not sure that I should be giving you advice on what to do in this situation.
It's a Klingon matter.
Worf:You are still a member of the House of Martok.
Ezri:This is the first that I've heard of it.
Worf:The General and I talked about it weeks ago.
He likes you and he considers you an honorable woman-- a worthy successor to Jadzia.
And so do I.
Ezri:That's very sweet of him.
Worf:Sweet?
Ezri:Not a very Klingon word, is it?
Worf:No.
Ezri:It's very... honorable.
Worf:Better.
Albeit, a little obvious.
Now... tell me what you think.
Ezri:Okay, but I'm not sure you're going to like it.
Worf:Tell me.
Ezri:I think that the situation with Gowron is a symptom of a bigger problem.
The Klingon Empire is dying, and I think it deserves to die.
Worf:You were right.
I do not like it.
Ezri:Don't get me wrong.
I'm very touched that you still consider me to be a member of the House of Martok, but I tend to look at the Empire with a little more skepticism than Curzon or Jadzia did.
I see a society that is in deep denial about itself.
We're talking about a warrior culture that prides itself on maintaining centuries-old traditions of honor and integrity, but, in reality, it's willing to accept corruption at the highest levels.
Worf:You are overstating your case.
Ezri:Am I?
Who was the last leader of the High Council that you respected?
Has there even been one?
And how many times have you had to cover up the crimes of Klingon leaders because you were told that it was for the good of the Empire?
I... I know this sounds harsh, but the truth is you have been willing to accept a government that you know is corrupt.
Gowron is just the latest example.
Worf, you are the most honorable and decent man that I have ever met, and if you are willing to tolerate men like Gowron, then what hope is there for the Empire?
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Garak:We have a prisoner for the Vorta who commands this ship.
Vornar:Everything seems to be in order, but you'll have to leave your weapons.
Garak:Why?
Vornar:New orders from Dominion headquarters-- no armed Cardassians allowed aboard Jem'Hadar vessels.
Garak:It sounds like they don't trust us anymore.
Vornar:So it would seem.
I'm sorry, but those are the orders.
Garak:Well, it's not your fault.
Do as he says.
The three of us should be able to handle one Bajoran woman.
Vornar:Take them to the Bridge.
Vornar:Good luck... Legate Damar.
---
Luaran:We'll run the first test firing in two hours, 14 minutes.
Agreed.
Coordinate it with central operations.
What's this?
Garak:We have a prisoner.
Luaran:I can see that.
Why are you bringing her to me?
Garak:This is Commander Rota, the deputy intelligence officer for this entire sector.
I would think that you'd be interested in interrogating her.
Luaran:I wasn't informed of this.
Garak:Perhaps you haven't received the report yet.
It's not surprising.
We only took the Commander prisoner yesterday.
Luaran:Let me see your orders.
Garak:Of course.
Luaran:Founder.
You honor us with your presence.
I... had no idea you were in this sector.
Female Changeling:My movements are none of your concern.
Luaran:No.
Female Changeling:Have you begun the interrogation of this prisoner?
Luaran:Not yet.
Female Changeling:Good.
I will conduct the questioning myself.
Luaran:As you wish.
Female Changeling:Ah... I see the upgraded plasma rifles have been distributed.
May I inspect it?
Female Changeling:Aha.
An excellent weapon.
What do you think?
Kira:Secure those hatches.
Odo:It wasn't necessary to kill them all.
Garak:We can't afford to be burdened by prisoners.
Kira:We'll argue about this later.
Prepare to flood all decks below the Bridge with neurazine gas.
Bring the warp drive on-line.
Lay in a course for the Federation.
Garak:Commander, they haven't finished installing the Breen weapon.
We can't leave.

チャプター 5

Odo:How long before the weapon is installed?
Rusot:We can't wait!
Kira:We're not leaving without that weapon.
Garak:There are three... no, four Breen working in the Engine Room.
Judging from the diagnostics, I'd say it'll take them 30 to 45 minutes to complete their work.
Rusot:We don't have that much time.
Kira:Yes, we do.
No one even knows we're on the Bridge.
All we have to do is sit tight give the standard replies to any inquiries and wait for the Breen to do their work.
Rusot:Damar, this is insane.
She'll get us all killed.
Garak:There's an incoming message.
They want to speak to the Vorta.
Kira:Disable the visual feed.
What was her name?
Come on!
Garak:I'm looking.
Ah. Her name was Luaran.
Kira:This is Luaran.
No, I can't see you either.
We're experiencing trouble with our com system.
What do you want?
Just a moment.
They want the status report on our navigational array.
Odo:I've got it.
Kira:That data is coming to you.
Excellent.
We'll be repairing our com system for at least the next hour.
I'll contact you when we're finished.
Luaran out.
Rusot:What if they didn't believe you?
Kira:Then we're dead.
---
O'Brien:Hey.
Bashir:Hey.
O'Brien:Keiko whipped you up some crab rolls.
She... well, we thought you might be hungry.
Bashir:Thanks... uh, to both of you.
Uh, about the other day...
O'Brien:Oh, forget it.
How's the work going?
Bashir:I'm still firmly entrenched in square one.
O'Brien:You mind if I ask you a question?
About 31?
Bashir:Go ahead.
O'Brien:Well, if you were to find the cure, and they got to know about it, what do you think they'd do?
Bashir:Well, I imagine they'd be, uh... very concerned.
The very existence of a cure would jeopardize their plan to eradicate the Founders.
Wouldn't surprise me if Sloan or another operative turned up here on the station to destroy my work.
What are you getting at?
O'Brien:I think you should send a message to Starfleet Medical saying that you have found the cure.
Bashir:You're trying to lure someone from Section 31?
O'Brien:Yeah. That's right.
Bashir:What happens when this operative gets here?
O'Brien:We capture him.
Then we figure out a way to get some information out of him.
Bashir:He may not know anything about the disease.
O'Brien:Maybe not... but I bet he knows who does.
What do you think?
Bashir:I think it's a plan... a very good plan.
When did you get so devious?
O'Brien:I've been hanging around you too long.
Let's just hope this works, and we cure Odo.
That's all I care about.
Bashir:Me, too, Miles.
---
Gowron:Our next target... Sarpedion V.
Martok:Sarpedion is the headquarters of the entire 12th Order.
Gowron:Yes. You'll take 15 Vorcha-class battle cruisers in first to soften their defenses.
Then, General Nemchick, you'll...
Martok:Chancellor!
That world is one of the most heavily fortified positions in the entire Cardassian Empire.
15 battle cruisers will barely scratch their defenses.
Gowron:If you lack the courage to fight an uphill battle then perhaps you should retire to your bed.
Martok:I will fight any battle... anywhere.
For the Empire.
Gowron:Spoken like a true warrior.
After Martok has softened their defenses...
Worf:No.
We cannot attack Sarpedion.
Gowron:I decide what can...
And cannot be done.
Worf:You rule without wisdom and without honor.
The warriors that are gathered here would not say this to you, but I will.
You are squandering our ships and our lives on a petty act of vengeance!
Gowron:I should've known better than to trust you again.
If you were a true Klingon, I would kill you where you stand!
Fortunately for you that... child's uniform shields you from your rightful fate.
Worf:What I say now I say as a member of the House of Martok not a Starfleet officer.
You have dishonored yourself and the Empire, and you are not worthy to lead the Council.
Gowron:There can be only one answer to that.
Martok:Worf... this is madness.
Gowron:You will not have this... day.
Martok:Hail Worf!
Leader of the Empire.
Worf!
Worf!
Klingons:Worf! Worf!
Worf!
Worf!
Worf!
Worf:Wait.
Klingons:Worf!
Worf:Hear me.
Hear me!
Klingons:Worf... !
Worf:What I have done... was for the Empire.
A new day must dawn for our people.
I am not the man to usher in that day, but there is a man here who can.
Martok:Worf... I do not seek the leadership.
Worf:Kahless said, "Great men do not seek power."
"They have power thrust upon them."
Worf:Hail Martok!
Leader of the Empire.
Leader of destiny.
Hail, Martok
hail, Martok, hail Martok.
---
Kira:How much longer?
Garak:I'm not certain.
It appears they're having problems connecting the secondary relays.
Kira:Odo, are you all right?
Odo:Yes.
Don't worry. I'm...
I'm... I'm sorry.
Kira:There's nothing to be sorry about.
Just... stay with me, Odo.
Stay with me.
We're going to get out of here.
All right?
Just hang on a little while longer.
Rusot:It's over.
Kira:Shut up, Rusot.
Rusot:The shapeshifter is useless.
The whole plan is coming apart.
We have to get out of here now.
Kira:Go back to your post.
Rusot:No. No more.
We're leaving now.
Garak:That would be unwise.
Rusot:You're still a Cardassian, Garak.
You're not going to kill one of your own people for a Bajoran woman.
Garak:How little you understand me.
Damar:Put your weapons down, both of you!
Rusot:You want her dead, too, Damar.
I know you do.
But you're the leader of the rebellion, and don't want to kill someone wearing a Starfleet uniform.
Let me do it for you.
Damar:They've finished installing the dampening weapon.
Kira:Then let's all get the hell out of here.
Rusot:Not you.
Garak:I'm still here, Rusot.
Rusot:Damar, shoot him-- we can kill them both and keep the Breen weapon for ourselves.
I believe in you, Damar.
I know you're the right man to restore the Empire we so loyally served the Empire we loved.
Together, we can lead our people to greatness again.
Just aim and fire.
Damar:He was my friend... but his Cardassia is dead, and it won't be coming back.
Kira:Flood all compartments with the gas.
Clear all moorings.
Bow thrusters ahead full.
---
Garak:We've cleared their defense perimeter.
Kira:Take the helm.
Odo:Oh... you're... probably angry.
Kira:Why?
Odo:I... I hid my true condition.
Kira:Odo... I've known all along.
But it's not over.
Julian's probably working on a cure right now.
Odo:Shh, shh. Nerys, Nerys, don't.
Just... stay here... with me.

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