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第175話「終わりなきはじまり」(前)
What You Leave Behind, Part I

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Computer:The time is 0500.
Bashir:All right...
Ezri:Julian?
Bashir:Yes.
Ezri:Mmm... we have to get up.
Bashir:Yeah, sure.
Ezri:It's a big day.
Bashir:It was a big night.
Cleared up a lot of unanswered questions.
Ezri:Such as?
Bashir:Such as just how far these spots really go down.
Ezri:I suppose you'll want to tell Miles.
Bashir:Now why would I want to do that?
Ezri:Because you tell him everything.
Bashir:True.
But you know what?
In this case... I'm going to make an exception.
Ezri:Good.
Mmm... we really should get up.
We don't want the Defiant leaving without us.
Bashir:You know, I've never been into battle with someone I've slept with before.
Ezri:Well, there's a first time for everything.
Bashir:Now that we're finally together it'd be such a shame if something happened to one of us.
Ezri:Let's make a pact.
We both come home alive.
Bashir:You got yourself a deal.
Ezri:I'm holding you to that.
---
O'Brien:Oh, and don't forget Kirayoshi has his checkup at 0900 tomorrow.
Keiko:I confirmed the appointment with Nurse Bandee.
One more bite, sweetie.
O'Brien:And don't stay up all night writing that paper on... w-what are those trees called?
Keiko:Arfillian ficus.
They're not trees, they're shrubs.
O'Brien:Yeah, well... try to get some sleep.
Oh, and...
Keiko:Honey...
We'll be fine.
Stop worrying.
O'Brien:All right.
Molly... please don't touch that.
Molly:I let you play with my toys.
O'Brien:Yeah, but, see, this isn't a toy.
This is a... model.
Keiko:Maybe it belongs in a museum then.
O'Brien:I suppose I could give it to Julian.
Keiko:Sounds good to me.
Speaking of Julian have you told him about Starfleet's offer yet?
O'Brien:Uh... no, not yet.
Molly:I knew it.
O'Brien:What's that supposed to mean?
Molly:We're not going back to Earth.
O'Brien:Of course we are.
Daddy's going to teach at the Academy... when the war's over.
Molly:Then why haven't you told Julian?
Keiko:"Out of the mouth of babes."
O'Brien:I'll tell him, you know... when... I think he's ready to hear it.
---
Sisko:How's that?
Kasidy:Oh, it's doing wonders for my head, but it's my stomach that's bothering me.
Sisko:If it will help, morning sickness ends after the first trimester.
Kasidy:Oh, that's two more months.
I don't think I'm going to make it.
Sisko:You're going to make it.
Kasidy:Ben?
Sisko:Hmm?
Kasidy:Promise me something.
Promise that you'll come home to us.
Sisko:I promise.
Kasidy:I don't believe it.
Sisko:I said I promise.
Kasidy:No, it's not...
Sisko:Come in.
Jake:Hey... I thought I'd walk you to the Defiant.
Sisko:I'd like that.
Jake:Ah.
How's Kas?
Kasidy:Reports of my death have been exaggerated... but not by much.
Jake:Isn't there something she can take to make her feel better?
Sisko:She doesn't like taking medication unless it's absolutely necessary.
Jake:Sounds necessary to me.
Kasidy:Waiting for you to leave only makes me feel worse.
If you're going to go, just go.
Sisko:Are you sure I can't get you anything?
Kasidy:Just hurry up, and come back home.
---
Odo:Mind if I walk with you, Commander?
Worf:Not at all.
Captain Sisko informed me that you would be joining us on the mission.
I hope that when we reach Cardassia we find Colonel Kira alive and well.
Odo:So do I, Commander.
So do I.
---
Nog:Captain on the Bridge.
Sisko:All right, people.
What do you say we end this war?
O'Brien:Sounds good to me.
Sisko:Ensign, I believe you know the way to Cardassia.
Nog:If I get lost, I'll just follow the ship in front of us.

チャプター 1

Weyoun:The Federation invasion fleet has left Deep Space Nine.
They'll reach the Cardassian border by tomorrow night.
Female Changeling:Our brave Jem'Hadar soldiers have a motto: "Victory is life."
Female Changeling:I'm glad you're familiar with it because today those words have meaning for us all.
The outcome of this battle will determine the outcome of the war.
Either we destroy their invasion forces or they destroy us.
There is no other option.
Female Changeling:Fight well today... and Romulus will be yours to do with as you wish.
Female Changeling:Yes, yes.
And Earth, too.
Female Changeling:I assure you... the pleasure is all mine.
Female Changeling:Is something bothering you?
Weyoun:Apparently, uh... I was under the mistaken impression that all Federation territories would fall under my jurisdiction... including Earth.
Female Changeling:And so they shall.
Weyoun:But... you promised the Breen.
Female Changeling:I would promise the Breen the entire Alpha Quadrant if I thought it would help win this war.
Weyoun:The Founder is wise in all things.
Broca:Founder... I've heard a disturbing rumor about the traitor Damar.
Weyoun:What about him?
Broca:He may be alive.
Female Changeling:Is this possible?
Weyoun:I don't see how.
We destroyed his ship, his rebel bases...
Female Changeling:But his body was never found.
Broca:They say he's here... on Cardassia Prime.
In the Capital, no less.
Female Changeling:Look into this matter.
Weyoun:If Damar is alive...
Broca:He won't be for long.
---
Jem'Hadar:Halt!
Step forward... slowly.
Garak:Have we done something wrong?
We're new to the city, and I'm afraid we're lost.
Jem'Hadar:Quiet!
You are Legate Damar.
Garak:I told you-- you look just like him.
I can't tell you how many times my cousin has been mistaken for that traitor.
Jem'Hadar:He will be taken to Dominion Headquarters.
You will die here.
Jem'Hadar:I do not understand you.
Garak:I don't mean to sound ungrateful, but... what are you doing here?
Kira:Watching your backs.
Damar:I thought we decided it would be safer if you stayed out of sight.
Kira:Well, that's what the helmet's for.
You should be wearing one, too.
Every Jem'Hadar and Breen soldier on Cardassia's looking for you.
Damar:If I'm to lead this revolt, it was necessary for me to attend that gathering tonight.
Kira:Well, fill me in later.
If anyone stops us, you're my prisoners.
---
Garak:But the vote was unanimous.
The work disruptions begin tomorrow.
Damar:Power, communication and transportation facilities throughout Cardassia will be sabotaged.
Garak:The Dominion fleet will be cut off from all ground support.
Kira:That way they'll have to face the invasion force on their own.
Damar:And once the Dominion is crushed...
Mila:All Cardassia will be free again.
Oh, when you were a small boy I was worried about you.
Always getting into trouble.
So secretive, so full of deceit.
Who would've thought those disgraceful characteristics would be turned to virtues.
More tea?
Garak:You're too kind.
---
Ezri:You're sure you're not angry.
Worf:Why should I be angry?
I have been asking you to tell the Doctor how you feel about him for the past month.
Ezri:Well... now that he knows how I feel...
Worf:I am happy for you.
Ezri:That's a relief.
Worf:But... I am going to kill him.
Ezri:You're kidding, right?
Worf:And Jadzia said I did not have a sense of humor.
O'Brien:Julian, there's something I need to talk to you about.
Bashir:You're getting pressure from Keiko, aren't you?
O'Brien:How did you know?
Bashir:It's a big decision.
I'm surprised it didn't come up sooner.
O'Brien:Well, actually, we've been talking about it for quite a while.
Bashir:Well, you can stop talking about it.
We'll move the Alamo into my quarters.
Nog:I could still use a little more equalization on the torque buffers.
O'Brien:Uh, right.
I'll try to compensate with the impulse response filters.
Bashir:That way, your quarters won't be so cluttered, and, uh, you can still use it whenever you want.
O'Brien:I wasn't talking about the Alamo model.
Besides, it's too big for your quarters.
Bashir:You let me worry about that.
So... what were you talking about?
O'Brien:Oh, it's nothing that can't wait.
Is that any better, Nog?
Nog:Torque buffers are stable.
Sisko:I wish she were here, too, Constable.
Odo:If we only knew where Kira was, if we could only be sure that she was all right.
Sisko:The Colonel's a survivor.
Odo:This war, Captain... it has to end.
Sisko:And it will... soon... one way or the other.
---
Sisko:Mother?
P-Sarah:The Emissary's task is nearing completion.
Sisko:Are you talking about the war?
P-Sarah:You have walked the path the Prophets laid out for you, Benjamin.
Do not falter now.
Sisko:I don't intend to.
P-Sarah:Know this... my son.
Your journey's end lies not before you... but behind you.
---
Odo:Captain... Captain...
Sisko:The Prophets... came to me in a vision.
Odo:I take it they weren't bringing good news.
Sisko:I'm not sure.
Only time will tell.
---
Dukat:Hello, Adami.
Winn:You're back.
Dukat:Is that all you have to say to me?
Winn:I see the Pah-wraiths have restored your sight.
Dukat:Yes. They've forgiven me.
I was hoping you could find it in your heart to do the same.
Winn:I don't forgive war criminals.
To think I took Gul Dukat to my bed-- one of the most hated men in Bajoran history.
Dukat:I've already told you how much I regret my actions during the occupation.
Winn:Of course you do.
Dukat:Have you learned how to release the Pah-wraiths?
Winn:The secrets of the Kosst Amojan have been revealed to me, yes.
Dukat:Then why haven't you gone to the fire caves and freed them?
Winn:I was waiting for you.
Dukat:Then you do forgive me.
Winn:I need your help, Dukat.
It's as simple as that.
Dukat:All you have to do is ask.
Together we will release the Pah-wraiths so they can lay claim to the Celestial Temple and destroy the Prophets.
Winn:And their Emissary.
Dukat:No, no, no.
Benjamin Sisko will be dealt with by me... and me alone.
Winn:Assuming he survives the invasion of Cardassia.
Dukat:Oh, he'll survive... but I promise you... he'll wish he hadn't.

チャプター 2

Vic:You going to sit there all night?
Quark:Got any... threes?
Vic:Go fish.
Vic:Don't tell me you're quitting.
Quark:It's just not my game.
Vic:Well, you want to try pinochle again?
How about rummy?
Or gin rummy?
Five-card stud?
Uh, canasta?
Quark:How about some tongo?
Vic:Did they play tongo in Las Vegas in 1962?
Quark:How could they?
It's a Ferengi game.
Vic:Which is why my holographic program can't create it.
Quark:I know, I know.
This place is period specific.
For a hologram, you're not very accommodating.
Vic:Oh, is that why you dropped by-- to insult me?
Quark:I dropped by because I had nothing else to do.
My bar hasn't had half a dozen customers all day.
Everyone's off fighting this stupid war.
Vic:It's not easy staying behind, is it?
Knowing your friends are out there risking their lives.
Quark:They think they have it rough?
They should try leading my life for a day.
The hospitality industry isn't for the fainthearted.
Vic:A bartender's life is a lonely one.
Quark:That's true, but few people understand it.
They think it's one big happy party.
They forget that the person giving the party never has any fun.
He's too busy making sure everyone else is having fun.
All I do all day long is give, give, give.
Vic:Bartending is a very noble profession, and you do it well-- under some very difficult circumstances I might add.
You should be proud.
Quark:You think so?
Vic:I know so, pally.
Quark:I just hope Nog... and the rest of those heroic idiots come back in one piece.
Ginger:There you are.
Vic, sweetie, are you ready?
Jimmy and Peter are about to go on.
Vic:Sorry, pally, got to run.
Durante and Lawford are at the Sands.
Can't miss that.
Quark:I thought you said a bartender's life was a lonely one.
Vic:It is, but I'm not a bartender.
Quark:Huh.
Go fish.
---
Dukat:Is it really necessary to rest so often?
Winn:You don't need to wait for me.
Go on ahead.
Wander aimlessly through these caves for the rest of your miserable life.
Dukat:I'm in no hurry.
During the occupation, my people found the Bajorans' fear of these caves amusing... and yet we never took the time to visit them... and now here I am.
It's ironic, isn't it?
Winn:I don't care.
Dukat:Excuse me, I just meant...
Winn:I'm sure you have many interesting anecdotes about the occupation, but I don't have any desire to hear them.
Dukat:I meant no disrespect, Adami.
Winn:And stop calling me "Adami."
That privilege is no longer yours.
Dukat:How should I address you then?
Winn:From now on, you will address me as "eminence."
Is that clear?
Dukat:Perfectly... eminence.
---
Female Changeling:I see your point, but for two millennia, the Jem'Hadar have been the Dominion's first line of defense.
It would damage their morale to have to take a backseat to the Breen.
Female Changeling:Very well.
In the spirit of our new alliance I will inform the Jem'Hadar that the Breen forces will stand alongside them.
Female Changeling:I'm glad that pleases you.
Weyoun:I think we have a problem.
Weyoun:Our lines are spread too thin, especially here, at the center.
We need to dispatch reinforcements immediately.
Female Changeling:Do you agree?
Female Changeling:Notify the Jem'Hadar.
Order them to reinforce the center of their lines.
Female Changeling:Now what?
Computer:Emergency power engaged.
Broca:Founder... I'm relieved to see that you're all right.
Weyoun:Long-range communications are down, and I can't contact the Jem'Hadar.
Weyoun:Of course I'll keep trying.
Female Changeling:What caused the power failure?
Broca:I'm afraid it was sabotage.
Weyoun:Almost every Dominion installation on Cardassian Prime has suffered damage.
Female Changeling:Damar.
Broca:We captured some of the terrorists, but they're not soldiers-- they're ordinary citizens.
Female Changeling:Are you telling me that the Cardassian people are rising up against us?
Broca:I'm sure it's only a small number of malcontents.
Female Changeling:But we have no way of knowing that, do we?
Weyoun:Founder, may I make a suggestion?
Female Changeling:Yes, I am sure that Broca will be very happy to hear what you have to say.
Weyoun:If the Cardassian people are responsible for these acts of terrorism... if Damar and his fanatics have turned them against us, then it's the people who should be punished.
Female Changeling:Now, what do you say to that?
Broca:Severely punished.
Female Changeling:Well, I'm glad we all agree.
See to it.

チャプター 3

Damar:It's been 24 minutes.
Kira:Not bad.
Garak:If the Dominion hasn't been able to restore power to the Capital, then the entire planet must be in chaos.
Damar:I hope so.
Mila:I'm afraid I was only able to find two more lightsticks.
There's more about the house somewhere, but I...
Garak:Would you stop dawdling and give them to me?
Mila:Oh, well, I remember that tone of voice.
It reminds me of the demanding and inconsiderate boy you used to be.
Garak:I haven't changed much, have I?
Damar:This will send a clear message to the Dominion-- the Cardassian people will fight to regain their freedom.
Kira:I hope they realize their fight is just beginning.
We're going to have to hit the enemy again and harder this time.
Garak:That won't be easy.
They will have tightened their security.
Kira:Well, that doesn't matter.
We can't lose our momentum.
Damar:The Commander is right.
We cannot rest until Cardassia is free, and, when it is, we'll have you to thank for it.
Without you, the rebellion would have died in its infancy.
Garak:Ironic, isn't it-- the savior of Cardassia, a former Bajoran terrorist?
Kira:Well, don't canonize me just yet.
Damar:It's been 26 1/2 minutes.
Let's see what the Dominion has to say for itself.
Weyoun:Citizens of Cardassia, this latest wave of vandalism directed against your Dominion allies must stop.
Garak:I wouldn't count on it.
Weyoun:We know that these disgraceful acts of sabotage were carried out by a mere handful of extremists, but these radicals must come to realize that their disobedience will not be tolerated that you, the Cardassian people, will suffer the consequences of their cowardly actions... which is why I must inform you, a few moments ago Dominion troops reduced Lakarian City to ashes.
There were no survivors.
Two million men, women and children gone in a matter of moments.
For each act of sabotage committed against the Dominion another Cardassian city will be destroyed.
I implore you not to let that happen.
Let us return to the spirit of friendship and cooperation between our peoples so that together, we can destroy our common enemies-- the Federation, the Klingons, the Romulans and all the others that stand against us.
Thank you.
Damar:I should have killed that Vorta jackal when I had the chance.
Kira:You want another one?
We'll attack Dominion Headquarters.
Garak:Chop off a snake's head and the body will die.
Kira:Exactly.
Damar, for the past two years you've practically lived in that building.
Garak:If you're asking me if I know a way in, the answer is no-- not without valid security protocol.
Kira:All right, we'll use force.
We're going to need some kind of explosives.
Garak:I'll get right on it.
Mila:What you're proposing is suicide.
Garak:If you have nothing positive to say, Mila...
Mila:All right, I'll prepare some food.
Nobody should die on an empty stomach.
---
Ezri:Sir, Chancellor Martok would like to speak to you and Admiral Ross.
Sisko:Put them through.
Martok:Gentlemen... a magnificent victory lies before us.
Ross:I trust those are prophetic words, Chancellor.
Martok:They are... and I've not forgotten the promise I made to both of you.
Sisko:That the three of us would share a bottle of bloodwine on Cardassia Prime.
Martok:"A bottle."
I brought a barrel of 2309.
There is no finer vintage.
Ross:Then I'll meet you both on Cardassia.
Martok:We'll see who gets there first.
Nog:The Chancellor makes victory sound easy.
Sisko:He knows it won't be.
Sisko to all hands: Prepare to engage the enemy.

チャプター 4

Nog:I'll say one thing for the Breen-- they know how to pilot their ships.
Sisko:So do you, Ensign.
O'Brien:Stay with him.
Nog:I'm trying, but he's slippery.
Sisko:Mr. Worf?
Worf:Unable to lock target.
Odo:We have two Jem'Hadar ships closing aft of us, bearing 1-3-6 mark four.
Sisko:Evasive action, pattern delta.
Nog:Hang on.
Sisko:Well done, Ensign.
Nog:But I lost the Breen ship we were after.
Sisko:I wouldn't worry about it.
There are plenty more to choose from.
---
Mila:You've hardly touched your meal.
No wonder you're not looking well.
Garak:I'm not looking well because I live in a cellar.
Mila:Well, so does Legate Damar.
Garak:And what about him?
Mila:Well, he's finished everything on his plate which explains why he is such a fine, handsome figure of a man.
Garak:Oh, I'm afraid I don't follow you.
Kira:I do.
Mila, I believe you're falling in love.
Mila:Oh, I'm old enough to be his mother.
Damar:Ah-ah.
Nonsense.
Mila:Politicians.
Garak:Now, who could that be?
Mila:Uh... I'll go see.
---
Mila:Uh, may I help you?
---
Damar:What's taking her so long?
Garak:I don't know.
Garak:Mila!
Kira:Garak, get out of there!
---
Bashir:I can't look away for a second.
O'Brien:Just fix the shoulder.
Careful!
Bashir:Sit still or you'll end up with one arm shorter than the other.
O'Brien:You'd do anything to beat me at darts.
Bashir:I haven't lost a game to you in months.
O'Brien:I'm going to miss our games.
Bashir:What are you talking about?
You're going to be fine.
O'Brien:I'm leaving DS9, Julian.
I'm moving back to Earth.
Bashir:Why?
O'Brien:I've been offered a position at Starfleet Academy... professor of Engineering.
Bashir:When?
O'Brien:When the war's over.
Bashir:Oh... I see.
O'Brien:Somebody has to teach you officers the difference between a warp matrix flux capacitor and a self-sealing stem bolt.
Bashir:Of course, of course.
Ezri:Captain, Admiral Ross for you.
Sisko:On screen.
Ross:The Romulan flagship's been destroyed.
Their entire line is collapsing.
Sisko:We'll try to help.
Ross:With what?
Ben, we're losing too many ships.
We've got to find a way to turn the Dominion's left flank.
Sisko:It's too well protected, but their lines are spread pretty thin in the middle.
Ross:You help the Romulans.
Martok and I will hit the center.
Sisko:On my way.
Dax, have attack wings 64 and 65 follow us.
Ezri:Aye, sir.
---
Female Changeling:What's taking so long?
Weyoun:Our engineers have assured me that our long-range communications will be restored momentarily.
Female Changeling:But you have been saying that for hours and meantime, there's no way of contacting our ships no way of knowing how the battle is progressing.
Broca:Founder, our troops have captured the traitor Damar.
Female Changeling:Finally... some good news.
Broca:And there's more.
Colonel Kira and Garak have been apprehended with him.
Weyoun:Even better.
Shall I have them brought here?
Female Changeling:What for?
Have them executed... immediately.
Weyoun:With... pleasure.

チャプター 5

First:Understood.
It will be done at once.
On your feet.
Kira:Why?
First:We prefer our prisoners to be standing when they die.
Garak:Does anyone have any last words?
Damar:You may kill us, but Cardassia will never...
First:Enough.
Final words are not permitted.
Garak:How disappointing.
First:Ready weapons.
On my mark.
Ekoor:That's for Lakarian City.
Ekoor:Legate Damar, I pledge my life to free Cardassia from the Dominion.
Damar:With men like you on our side... how can we fail?
---
Nog:Jem'Hadar ship off the port bow.
Worf:Shields are down to 60%.
Bashir:This is no good.
I have to get you to Sick Bay.
O'Brien:I'm kind of busy right now.
Bashir:That's an order.
O'Brien:Look, Julian!
Sisko:You heard him, Chief.
O'Brien:Yes, sir.
Nog:Another Jem'Hadar to port.
Worf:Transferring auxiliary power to port shields.
Sisko:Dax, we need some support from our attack fighters.
Ezri:Aye, sir.
Nog:Breen ship off the starboard aft.
Ezri:Sir, most of our fighters are either destroyed or under attack themselves.
Sisko:Ensign, get us out of here.
Nog:I'm trying, sir.
Odo:Sir... the Cardassians... they're attacking the other Dominion ships.
Ezri:They've switched sides.
Nog:Oh, yes!
Sisko:And the timing couldn't be better.
Come about and head for the center of their lines.
This is our chance to punch through.
Nog:Aye, sir.
---
Weyoun:Founder, our long-range communications are back on-line.
Female Changeling:It's about time.
Weyoun:I don't believe it.
Female Changeling:What now?
Weyoun:The Cardassian fleet has turned against us.
Female Changeling:Have our forces pull back, and regroup at Cardassia Prime.
Weyoun:But we'll be totally surrounded.
Female Changeling:There will be no more running.
Female Changeling:We should've rid ourselves of the Cardassians at the first sign of rebellion.
Broca:If I could talk to the rebels, get them to change their minds.
Weyoun:Perhaps you could reawaken their patriotic spirit.
Broca:Exactly.
Weyoun:On the other hand, they're just as likely to convince you to betray us.
Broca:Me?
Betray you?
Never!
Female Changeling:Right. We are not going to give you that opportunity.
Broca:Wait! You're making a terrible mistake.
Female Changeling:I don't think so.
Broca:But I've done everything you've asked.
I tell you, I'm loyal!
I believe in the Dominion!
No! Wait! No!
Weyoun:I won't miss him.
Female Changeling:I want the Cardassians exterminated.
Weyoun:Which ones?
Female Changeling:All of them-- the entire population.
Weyoun:That will take some time.
Female Changeling:Then I suggest that you begin at once.
---
Worf:Captain, the Dominion forces are retreating towards Cardassia Prime.
Ezri:Sir? Admiral Ross and Chancellor Martok would like to talk to you.
Sisko:On-screen.
Ross:I never thought I'd say this but thank god for the Cardassians.
Martok:As I predicted, the day is ours.
Sisko:Not yet, it isn't.
Ross:Ben, we've driven the Dominion back into Cardassia Prime.
We can keep them bottled up there indefinitely.
Sisko:What if they use this time to rebuild their fleet?
Martok: He's right. The Dominion has displayed an ability to build ships at an impressive rate.
We should continue the attack.
Ross:At what cost?
We've already lost a third of our fleet.
Martok:Then we must see to it that those soldiers did not die in vain.
Sisko:Admiral, with the Cardassians joining us we have an opportunity to put an end to this war once and for all.
Ross:All right, gentlemen.
We press on.
Martok:My friends, songs will be sung about this day.
Sisko:All right, people, you heard the orders.
Let's finish what we started.
---
Dukat:Let me guess... we're here.
Winn:We've reached the end of one journey and stand ready to begin another.
Winn:What's the matter, Dukat?
You look disappointed.
Dukat:Well, this may sound naive, but I was expecting to see fire.
They are called the "fire caves."
Winn:And with good reason.
Lano ka'la bo'shar lanu no'vala, pahrom carana mokado ba'jah.
Ko'se nusso ma'kora kajani, lano ka'la Kosst Amojan.
Winn:Is that better?
---
Ekoor:According to this map, it's a long way from the cargo door to the Briefing Room.
Kira:That could be a problem if we get trapped in the corridor.
Kira:What the hell?
Garak:It's the Jem'Hadar.
They're leveling the city building by building.
Kira:All right, we have to go now.
Damar:Once we get inside the complex we stop at nothing until we capture the changeling.
Cardassians:Let it be done!
We're with you!
Damar:For Cardassia!
Kira:Garak.
Garak:All during the years of my exile I imagined what it would be like to come home.
I even thought of living in this house again with Mila... but now she's dead and this house is about to be reduced to a pile of rubble.
My Cardassia is gone.
Kira:Then fight for a new Cardassia.
Garak:I have an even better reason, Commander.
Revenge.
Kira:That works, too.
---
Winn:Oh!
I rid myself of the Prophets and shed a lifetime of hypocrisy.
Dukat:I've never seen you look so radiant.
Winn:I feel like a young woman waiting for my lover to sweep me away.
Dukat:Do you give yourself willingly to the Pah-wraiths?
Winn:With all my heart.
Dukat:Then call to them.
Winn:Bring me the book.
Winn:Meek rak dorrah pah-wran...
Yelim cha ono Kosst Amojan... shay ta-hel ter-rah no'vala de-ram...
---
Garak:We have a problem.
Kira:Just one?
Garak:I'm afraid it's a rather large problem.
The cargo door is made of neutronium.
Kira:Then the explosives we brought aren't even going to make a dent.
Garak:You see the problem.
Ekoor:What do we do?
Damar:I don't know, but I'm through hiding in basements.
What if I give myself up; pretend to be your prisoner?
Kira:They'd kill you on sight.
Garak:And us along with you.
Ekoor:The cargo door...
Broca:You're making a terrible mistake!
I'm not a traitor!
Please, just let me speak to the Founder!
No! No!
No!
Damar:No!
Let's go!
Garak:Fall back!
Fall back!
Damar:Keep...
Garak:He's dead.
Kira:Remember his orders.
We stop for nothing.
Garak:For Cardassia!
Ekoor:Cardassia!
---
Weyoun:We have a security breach.
Female Changeling:The guards will deal with it.
Is there a problem?
Weyoun:The guards... there's only a handful left in the building.
I sent the rest to help eradicate the Cardassians.
Weyoun:You two, get out there, and see that no one gets through that door.
You stay here... in case they fail.
---
Sisko:Sisko to Bashir.
Report.
---
Bashir:Three dead, eight wounded-- four of them critically.
Sisko:Doctor, I need every able-bodied crewman at their post.
Bashir:I won't keep anybody here a second longer than I have to, sir.
---
Nog:She did pretty well for a first date don't you think, Captain?
Sisko:I'd say she did fine, Ensign.
Mr. Worf.
Worf:Sir, phaser banks are fully charged, but we are down to 45 quantum torpedoes.
Sisko:That'll have to do.
How are you holding up, old man?
Ezri:All things considered I think I'd rather be on Risa.
Sisko:Well... that makes two of us.
Odo:Have you seen these reports, Captain?
The Dominion has begun destroying Cardassian cities.
Millions of people are dying.
Nog:Captain, we're approaching the Dominion defense perimeter.
Sisko:Well... let's see what they have waiting for us.
On-screen.
Sisko:Now we know.

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