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Bored stiff, Jake and Nog are looking for action -- in all the wrong places. They've played all the family holosuite games -- and the adult games are strictly off limits. So when Garak, the only Cardassian on Deep Space Nine, suggests a trip to the unknown depths of Level 45, they're ready to go. When they arrive on the musty, abandoned deck, they find a funny Cardassian toy that says "Moop" when activated. And then they discover the replicator button on the toy. Perfect! They can replicate enough "Moops" for a baseball game. But suddenly the figures that stand before them are all as tall as Nog -- and they're replicating themselves!




Julian BashirJadzia DaxElim GarakNogMiles O'BrienOdoQuarkRomBenjamin SiskoJake Sisko
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Deep Space 9Garak's ClothiersLevel 45Operations centerPromenadeQuark'sStation commander's officeWaverly's Wonderful World of Duotronics
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Bajoran outbackBeta IIIEarthEngland

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Starships and vehicles

Cl'mntin (Trulgovian freighter)

States and organizations

Bajoran MilitiaStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets
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Daystrom InstituteLawgiver

Science and technology

air recirculatorBetan staffcommbadgefusion reactorgravity generatorholosuitehyperscrubbernanitePADDphaserphoton torpedoreplicatorreplicator buttonself-sealing stemboltspace stationtransportertricorderturboliftwarp lag

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baseballbloodwormCardassian languagecayenne pepperdaboFerengi Rules of AcquisitiongaghghostkatabakeithorpheumKing ArthurKlingon ceremonial bladeK'lshi: Klingon House of Terrorlatinummaintenance tubemitzmorgoqueeble stickraktajinoStandard EnglishsquarmashSuvian snapping eeltoytribble


Related Stories

  • Nog and Jake claim to Quark that they are about to sell another crate of self-sealing stembolts, just as they did in "Progress".

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