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Breen dancing girl.

A dancing girl was a female individual serving as entertainer for q and the guests of his birthday celebration in the 25th century. (STO - Anniversary Event mission: "Omega Molecule Stabilization")

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From 2409 onwards, q became involved with officers of the future Khitomer Alliance, the way his father Q had had an interest in certain Starfleet captains. Among the events q held for his own amusement and that of the lesser creatures, he celebrated his birthday every year. Due to q transcending the space-time continuum, he had celebrated it ten times by the start of 2411.

During the event, q would appear on a judge's throne and in appropriate attire, flanked by a pair or more of dancing individuals, in two locations. On Deck 47 of Earth Spacedock, q's dancing girls were a pair of Fek'Ihri slavemasters. In front of the Great Hall of the First City on Qo'noS, a pair of pink-clad Breen thots provided the entertainment.

When an officer accepted to join q's "game" of stabilizing omega molecules across local space, they would be transwarped to stand in front of q and his throne on either ESD or Qo'noS. (STO - Anniversary Event mission: "Omega Molecule Stabilization")

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