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'''Arin''' was a [[vedek]] and later [[kai]] of the [[Bajoran]] faith.
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'''Arin''' was a [[vedek]] and later [[kai]] of the [[Bajoran]] [[Bajoran religion|faith]].
   
In the years leading up to the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor he was a vedek and aide to Kai [[Meressa]] until her death in [[2325]]. ({{n|TN|Day of the Vipers}})
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In the years leading up to the [[Cardassian]] [[Occupation of Bajor]] he was a vedek and aide to Kai [[Meressa]] until her death in [[2325]]. ({{n|TLE|sub={{st|Terok Nor}}|Day of the Vipers}})
   
By [[2346]] he himself had become kai, with an [[Obsidian Order]] agent, formerly under the guise as [[Oralian]] [[priest]] [[Pasir Letin]], now posing as the late vedek [[Gar Osen]], as his most trusted advisor. When vedek [[Opaka Sulan|Opaka]] began advocating the abolition of the [[d'jarra]]s he, under pressure from Gar, had her expelled.
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By [[2346]] he himself had become kai, with an [[Obsidian Order]] agent, formerly under the guise as [[Oralian]] [[priest]] [[Pasir Letin]], now posing as the late Vedek [[Gar Osen]], as his most trusted advisor. When Vedek [[Opaka Sulan|Opaka]] began advocating the abolition of the [[d'jarra]]s he, under pressure from Gar, had her expelled.
   
He was killed by Gar in [[2348]] when he started to believe in Opaka's message and told Gar that he intended to formally support the abolition of the d'jarras. Had he been allowed to do so, the Bajoran people would have stood even more united against their Cardassian oppressors, the exact thing which the Obsidian Order agent had been trying to prevent by preaching continued adherence to the d'jarra system. ({{n|TN|Night of the Wolves}})
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He was killed by Gar in [[2348]] when he started to believe in Opaka's message and told Gar that he intended to formally support the abolition of the d'jarras. Had he been allowed to do so, the Bajoran people may have stood even more united against their Cardassian oppressors, the exact thing which the Obsidian Order agent had been trying to prevent by preaching continued adherence to the d'jarra system. ({{n|TLE|sub={{st|Terok Nor}}|Night of the Wolves}})
   
 
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Arin was a vedek and later kai of the Bajoran faith.

In the years leading up to the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor he was a vedek and aide to Kai Meressa until her death in 2325. (TLE - Terok Nor novel: Day of the Vipers)

By 2346 he himself had become kai, with an Obsidian Order agent, formerly under the guise as Oralian priest Pasir Letin, now posing as the late Vedek Gar Osen, as his most trusted advisor. When Vedek Opaka began advocating the abolition of the d'jarras he, under pressure from Gar, had her expelled.

He was killed by Gar in 2348 when he started to believe in Opaka's message and told Gar that he intended to formally support the abolition of the d'jarras. Had he been allowed to do so, the Bajoran people may have stood even more united against their Cardassian oppressors, the exact thing which the Obsidian Order agent had been trying to prevent by preaching continued adherence to the d'jarra system. (TLE - Terok Nor novel: Night of the Wolves)

Kais of the Bajoran faith
BajoranEmblem Dava NikendeTalunoShesaMeressaArinOpaka SulanWinn AdamiPralon OnalaKira NerysOpaka Sulan BajoranEmblem
Kais of the Bajoran faith in the mirror universe
Dava NikendeOpaka Sulan
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