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Garak begins to see a woman around the station that he killed eight years previously, during his time in the Obsidian Order.

Summary


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References

Characters

Julian BashirEtana KolElim GarakMornOdoPhillipsQuarkKrissten RichterTora ZiyalKeytra ToshYenla Tosh
Referenced only
Benjamin Sisko

Locations

Deep Space 9PromenadeQuark's
Referenced only
Empok Nor

Races and cultures

BajoranCardassianChangelingFerengiHumanLurianUllian

States and organizations

Obsidian OrderStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets

Other references

cordrazinepsychoactive drugtelepathy

Appendices

Background information

  • "Requiem in Obsidian" was the final Deep Space Nine comic published by Marvel Comics. An limited run of issues (similar to VOY: Splashdown) set during the Occupation were planned for May 1998 but the project did not proceed.

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