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  • Rionoj: How are your lobes?

    Quark: Tingling at the sight of you.
    (Season 2 episode The Homecoming)
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  • Animals/Creatures
    • Yridian Yak
      • Talking darts with Miles, Bashir says that Morn couldn’t hit a Yridian yak at five paces. (Season 4 episode Accession)
    • Vicarian Razorback
      • When talking up Odo's shapeshifting abilities, he mentions that he could turn into a Vicarian Razorback. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • Tarkalean Condor
      • Odo was planning on transforming into a Tarkalean Condor when pursuing a suspect, forgetting that he no longer had his Changeling abilities. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Takaran Wildebeest
      • While living below Odo, Quark complains about the noise, describing him practicing shapeshifting as a Takran Wildebeest. Once he complained, Odo took the form of a Rafalian mouse. (Season 4 episode Crossfire)
    • Regalian Flea Spiders
      • Quark brings Regalian flea spiders onto the station for Bashir without an import permit, along with a shipment of illegal liquid crystals, which are a highly intoxicating and sometimes dangerous aphrodisiac. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Reeta-hawk
      • Animal that Miles' cellmate Ee'char mentions: You look like a reeta-hawk picking at a corpse. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
    • Rakonian Swamp Rat
      • Kira insults Quark, comparing him to a Rakonian Swamp Rat. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
    • Rafalian Mouse
      • While living below Odo, Quark complains about the noise, describing him practicing shapeshifting as a Takran Wildebeest. Once he complained, Odo took the form of a Rafalian mouse. (Season 4 episode Crossfire)
    • Lingta
      • When Quark seeks advice for his private dinner with Grilka, Worf tells him that she is from the Mekro'vak region. It is customary among her people that the man bring the leg of a lingta to their first courtship dinner. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Kavarian Tiger-Bat
      • Jake needs to know what a Kavarian tiger-bat smells like for a story. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Hupyrian Beetle
      • Quark's mother Ishka invests part of Quark's monthly stipend in a high quality Hupyrian beetle farm. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
    • Gree Worms
      • Brunt: If this were Ferenginar, I'd have you all taken to the spire of the Tower of Commerce, displayed to the crowds in the Great Marketplace below, and then shoved off one by one. Small children would bet on where you would land, and your splattered remains would be sold as feed mulch for gree worms. (Season 4 Bar Association)
    • Alvanian Cave Sloth
      • Kor says he slept like an Alvanian Cave Sloth, but he had the most magnificent dream, presenting the Sword of Kahless to the Emperor in the Hall of Heroes. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Albanian Cave Sloth
      • Quark tells Rom that pacing around like some Alvanian cave sloth isn't going to help him. (Season 3 episode Facets)
  • Armed Forces
    • The True Way
      • Cardassian separatist group that claims responsibility for sabotaging the Orinoco runabout. (Season 4 episode Our Man Bashir) Group that threatens Shakaar while he's visiting the station. (Season 4 episode Crossfire)
    • Shakaar Resistance Cell
      • Kira searches for a fellow member of her old resistance cell. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
    • Red Squad
      • Group of elite cadets at Starfleet Academy. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
    • Ornathia Resistance Cell
      • Kira recognizes the colonel of another resistance cell. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
  • Artifacts
    • Torch of G'boj
      • When Kor tells Worf and Jadzia about his quest for the Sword of Kahless, he builds it up as an Icon more sacred than the Torch of G'boj, more revered than Sabak's armor and more coveted than the emperor's crown. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Sword of Kahless
      • Worf and Jadzia join Kor's quest for the legendary Sword of Kahless, the bat'leth of the first warrior king. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Separ Gem Stones
      • How Worf describes Grilka’s eyes - as hard as separ gem stones, and twice as sharp. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Sabak's Armor
      • When Kor tells Worf and Jadzia about his quest for the Sword of Kahless, he builds it up as an Icon more sacred than the Torch of G'boj, more revered than Sabak's armor and more coveted than the emperor's crown. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Emperor's Crown
      • When Kor tells Worf and Jadzia about his quest for the Sword of Kahless, he builds it up as an Icon more sacred than the Torch of G'boj, more revered than Sabak's armor and more coveted than the emperor's crown. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Duranja
      • Kira prays on her duranja, a lamp for the dead, for Bareil. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
  • Awards
    • Betar Prize
      • Writing award that Jake receives for his Collected Stories in the alternate timeline created when his father is displaced in time. (Season 4 episode The Visitor)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Morn's
      • Morn takes over Quark's bar on the station in the alternate timeline created when his father is displaced in time. (Season 4 episode The Visitor)
    • Club Ingénue
      • Nightclub in Paris, from Bashir's holosuite program. (Season 4 episode Our Man Bashir)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Cardassian Wars
      • The Rutledge and the Tecumseh are heading things up. Captain Raymond saw the Tecumseh through the Cardassian Wars. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • The Battle of Tong Vey
      • When Worf goes to trial for destroying an unarmed civilian transport, the Klingon advocate Ch'Pok submits his solosuite program The Battle of Tong Vey into evidence. It is a re-enactment of a famous battle for the city of Tong Vey that ends with the conquering warrior ordering his enemies - including civilians - to be put to death. Jadzia mentions that he brought it over from the Enterprise. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • The Battle of The Omarian Nebula
      • Members of the Romulan Tal Shiar and Cardassian Obsidian Order team up to go on the offensive and attack the Founders in the Gamma Quadrant, but the Jem'Hadar are waiting for them. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
  • Beverages
    • Takana Root Tea
      • Beverage that Ekoria brings to Bashir and Jadzia while they work to cure the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Quark-tajino
      • Chief asks Quark to come up with a decaffeinated Raktajino for pregnant Kira. Odo: So much for Quark-tajino. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Gavaline Tea
      • Lwaxana pops in to Odo's quarters for a cup of Gavaline tea. (Season 4 episode The Muse)
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Yridian Brandy
      • For mentions drinking a bottle of Yridian brandy with Worf that he was saving for a special occasion. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Albanian Brandy
      • Liquor that Bashir gives to Quark after he loses everything to Brunt for breaking their contract. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Takarian Mead
      • Quark orders Nog to go down to the storeroom and bring up five kegs of Takarian mead. (Season 4 episode The Visitor)
    • Maporian Ale
      • Quark serves Grilka a Maporian Ale, with just a hint of pazafer. Later, she orders for both of them. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
  • Beverages-Soft Drinks
    • Bolian Tonic Water
      • Calms the nerves. (Season 4 episode Paradise Lost)
  • Beverages-Wine
    • Spring Wine
      • Kira mentions that Shakaar took her to her favorite restaurant in Jalanda City, poured her glass after glass of spring wine, then took her to his home and gave her a massage with Kolaish spice oil. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Chateau Cleon 2303
      • Bottle that Quark brings to toast Sisko's promotion to Captain. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
  • Books-Fiction
    • Down The River Light
      • Jadzia mentions that when her previous host Tobin's child came down with Rugalan Fever, she read her all 17 volumes of Caster's Down the River Light. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Kola Mountain Stronghold
      • Location on Bajor that Kira and her friends discuss when planning their escape. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
  • Candy and Sweets
    • Tellurian Mint Truffles
      • One of Keiko's favorite treats that Miles mentions. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Delvin Fluff Pastries
      • Bashir's breakfast. (Season 3 episode Facets)
    • Delavian Chocolates
      • Garak tells Bashir that he's not hungry because he has been snacking on Delavian chocolates. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
  • Cities and Towns
    • Tong Vey
      • When Worf goes to trial for destroying an unarmed civilian transport, the Klingon advocate Ch'Pok submits his solosuite program The Battle of Tong Vey into evidence. It is a re-enactment of a famous battle for the city of Tong Vey that ends with the conquering warrior ordering his enemies - including civilians - to be put to death. Jadzia mentions that he brought it over from the Enterprise. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Nykalia
      • City that Ekoria, the pregnant woman with the Quickening, mentions. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Jo'Kala
      • When Sisko is injured during the Jem'Hadar attack, Kira keeps him awake by telling him the story of the three kava farmer brothers from Jo'Kala.
    • Jalanda City
      • Kira mentions that Shakaar took her to her favorite restaurant in Jalanda City, poured her glass after glass of spring wine, then took her to his home and gave her a massage with Kolaish spice oil. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
  • Classes
    • Moral and Ethical Issues of Command
      • Starfleet Academy class taught by Professor Somak. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
  • Colonies
    • Free Haven
      • After driving away Breen privateers from the the Bajoran colony of Free Haven, Sisko and team return to Deep Space Nine. (Season 4 episode To the Death)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Temecklian Virus
      • Odo declares Temecklian Virus as the reason for the inspection of Kasidy Yates' ship when she is suspected of smuggling for the Maquis. There have been reports of an outbreak on Bajor. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Rugalan Fever
      • Jadzia mentions that when her previous host Tobin's child came down with Rugalan Fever, she read her all 17 volumes of Caster's Down the River Light. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Rudellian Plague
      • An outbreak of Rudellian plague that strikes the Cardassian colony on Pentath III in the Pentath System prompts Sisko to send the Defiant - commanded by Worf - to assist with the evacuation. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Rudellian Brain Fever
      • Disease that Miles mentions when Keiko begins acting strange following her trip to Bajor. Turns out that she's been taken over by an alien entity. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • The Quickening
      • Kira, Bashir and Jadzia are en route to the Gavara System when they receive a distress call from a planet in the Teplan System, what turns out to be a society attacked by the Jem'Hadar, now suffering from a disease known as the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Dorek Syndrome
      • Dr. Orpax, one of the most expensive doctors on Ferenginar, diagnoses Quark with the fatal disease Dorek Syndrome. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Cartalian Fever
      • Jake Sisko: People want stories about things they can relate to: Life and death, good and evil. An outbreak of Cartalian Fever would be just the thing. The brave doctor battles the deadly virus. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
  • Corporations
    • Quark's Bar and Holding Company
      • Rom quotes his contract: "Paragraph 76, subsection three: Employees of Quark's Bar and Holding Company are strictly prohibited from leaving the work environment during business hours unless ordered to do so by their employer. Any failure to comply with this provision will result in severe fines and possible dismissal." It's a standard provision in all Ferengi labor contracts. (Season 4 Bar Association)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Counselor Telnorri
      • When Miles returns from his Argrathi imprisonment, he is supposed to be seeing Counselor Telnorri three times a week. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
  • Counties and States
    • Rakantha Province
      • Kai Winn tells Kira about Rakantha Province, a farming community poisoned by the Cardassians that now has the ability too produce boton, moreka, and salam grass - if she can talk her old resistance cell leader Shakaar into giving up their soil reclamators. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Musilla Province
      • Kira decides to spend a few days on Bajor to visit a friend - and get away from Miles... but Keiko insists he goes with her. She visits a 200 year old cottage with a view of the Holana river. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Mekro'vak Region
      • When Quark seeks advice for his private dinner with Grilka, Worf tells him that she is from the Mekro'vak region. It is customary among her people that the man bring the leg of a lingta to their first courtship dinner. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
  • Dates
    • October 3, 1902
      • Miles' ancestor and union leader Sean Aloysius O'Brien led a strike against the owners of a coal mine in what became known as the Anthracite Strike of 1902. (Season 4 Bar Association)
    • July 8, 1947
      • En route to Earth to join Starfleet Academy, Quark, Rom and Nog travel back in time, resulting in the Roswell UFO incident. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • April 24, 1987
      • Gabriel Bell born. En route to Earth to join Starfleet Academy, Nog studies Earth history, including the Bell Riots, discovering that Gabriel Bell looks remarkably like Sisko. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Orpax
      • Dr. Orpax, one of the most expensive doctors on Ferenginar, diagnoses Quark with the fatal disease Dorek Syndrome. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Dr. Kalandra
      • Federation doctor on Ajilon Prime. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
  • Electronics
    • Trans-spectral Sensor Array
      • Miles' counterpart Smiley brings Sisko to the Mirror Universe to prevent his wife Jennifer from helping the Klingon Cardassian Alliance create a new sensor array. (Season 3 episode Through the Looking Glass)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Salam Grass
      • Kai Winn tells Kira about Rakantha Province, a farming community poisoned by the Cardassians that now has the ability too produce boton, moreka, and salam grass - if she can talk her old resistance cell leader Shakaar into giving up their soil reclamators. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Moreka
      • Kai Winn tells Kira about Rakantha Province, a farming community poisoned by the Cardassians that now has the ability too produce boton, moreka, and salam grass - if she can talk her old resistance cell leader Shakaar into giving up their soil reclamators. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Moba Fruit
      • Bajoran food served at the party for the Trill Science Ministry on the station. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
    • Makora Herbs
      • Medicinal herbs that Bashir gives Kira during her pregnancy - and Miles tastes for her. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Kava Root
      • When Sisko is injured during the Jem'Hadar attack, Kira keeps him awake by telling him the story of the three kava farmer brothers from Jo'Kala.
    • Idran Hybrids
      • Flowers in Mile's quarters that Bashir accidentally kills by watering them. Too much water rots their roots. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Chee'lash Fruit
      • Fruit that Miles attempts to order at the replimat that he ate during his Argrathi imprisonment. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
    • Boton
      • Kai Winn tells Kira about Rakantha Province, a farming community poisoned by the Cardassians that now has the ability too produce boton, moreka, and salam grass - if she can talk her old resistance cell leader Shakaar into giving up their soil reclamators. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Bajoran Spiny Basil
      • Plant that Bashir brings to Keiko to make up for killing her plants while she was visiting the Fire Caves on Bajor. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Alvinian Melons
      • Kira sees big green swirling spots the size of Alvinian melons after Bashir injects her with a vaccine. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Starfleet Intelligence
      • Starfleet Intelligence believes that the Maquis may attempt to block or steal replicator shipments to Cardassia. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Sector Command
      • Divison of the Klingon Cardassian Alliance that Intendant Kira mentions (Season 3 episode Through the Looking Glass)
    • Romulan Empire
      • Conference between the Federation and the Romulan Empire is attacked by a Changeling. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
    • Nyberrite Alliance
      • Worf supposes he could get a berth on a Nyberrite Alliance cruiser. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Ministry of Commerce
      • Kasidy applies for a position with the Bajoran Ministry of Commerce to captain one of their freighters. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
    • Klingon High Council
      • Mentioned. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Karemma Commerce Ministry
      • Sisko and crew travel into the Gamma Quadrant to meet with the Karemma Commerce Ministry - also referred to as the Ministry of Trade - over their trade concerns, such as the taxes and tariffs added to their shipment of Karemman fleece. (Season 4 episode Starship Down)
    • Ferengi Commerce Authority
      • Government agency on Ferenginar, from multiple episodes. Also known as the FCA.
    • Earth Orbital Control
      • Organization overseeing Earth's perimeter. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • Detapa Council
      • Cardassian civilian government, from various episodes.
    • Argrathi Authority
      • Miles is arrested by Argrathi Security and sentenced by the Argrathi Authority to 40 years in their virtual prison punishment. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Hoobishan Baths
      • Jadzia and Kira's holosuije program, real location on planet Trill. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
  • Historical Events
    • The Great Monetary Collapse
      • Event that Quark mentions, in which rampant inflation and currency devaluation burned like wildfires through the lush financial foliage of Ferenginar. It still depresses him even today. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
    • The Betreka Nebula Incident
      • Relations between the Klingons and Cardassian Empires have never been anything but amicable, with the exception of the Betreka Nebula Incident, a minor skirmish that lasted 18 years. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
  • Holidays
    • Ha’Mara
      • Bajoran holiday commemorating the anniversary of the Emissary’s arrival. Bajorans fast to show appreciation to the Prophets. (Season 4 episode Starship Down)
    • Bajoran Cleansing Ritual
      • Annual Bajoran holiday. (Season 4 Bar Association)
  • Institutes
    • Trill Science Ministry
      • The station hosts members of the Trill Science Ministry, including Lenara Kahn, the widow of one of Dax's former hosts. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • The Right of Proclamation
      • Ferengi custom that Quark invokes during his Bat’leth battle with Thopok, to stall when his connection with Worf is broken. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Khitomer Accords
      • Peace treaty. The Klingons withdraw from the Khitomer Accords. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Ferengi Trade Bylaws
      • Ferengi Commerce Authority liquidator Brunt serves Quark with a Writ of Accountability for violating Ferengi Trade Bylaw Subsection 1,027, Paragraph 3: "Improper supervision of a family member" for his mother Ishka. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
  • Lodging-Inns
    • Barros Inn
      • Jadzia and Lenara Kahn reminisnce about Curzon was kicked out of the Barros Inn, one of the wildest bars in the whole Rigel System, after sort of setting fire to it as part of a bet. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
  • Medical Devices
    • Tallonian Microscanner Type IV
      • Device that Quark purchases, according to Worf when he interferes in Odo's investigation. Primarily used to determine ht purity of Tallonian crystals, illegal anywhere but on the Tallonian homeworld. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
  • Medicine Products
    • Ketracel White
      • Synthetic drug created by the Founders to control the Jem'Hadar. Bashir attempts to find a way to break the addiction. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
    • Hyronalin
      • Medicinal drug Bashir give to Miles to counter the effects of radiation poisoning. (Season 3 episode Visionary)
    • Cordrazine
      • Chemical stimulant Bashir employs when attempting to help the people with the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Bio-mimetic Gel
      • Restricted substance. Even attempting to buy it is a felony under Federation law. (Season 3 episode Distant Voices)
    • Asinolyathin
      • Medication that Bashir gives Mile for pain after he experiences radiation poisoning. (Season 3 episode Visionary)
  • Menu Items
    • Yigrish Cream Pie
      • Bashir offers Garak some Yigrish Cream Pie. (Season 3 episode Distant Voices)
    • Raw Slug Liver
      • Quark: You know, Morn, there's nothing more invigorating than breakfast in a bar. Where else can you get raw slug liver first thing in the morning? (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Puree of Beetle
      • Dish that Quark has ready for Rom, as he has it after work every morning. But not this time - this time he orders a traditional Earth breakfast, emulating Chief O'Brien. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • Snail Juice
      • Beverage served at Quark's, from multiple episodes.
    • Fanalian Toddy
      • Drink Bashir orders for Leeta, for her cough. (Season 3 episode Explorers)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Zhian'tara
      • Jadzia prepares for her zhian'tara, the Trill Rite of Closure where she meets her previous hosts. (Season 3 episode Facets)
    • Writ of Accountability
      • Ferengi Commerce Authority liquidator Brunt serves Quark with a Writ of Accountability for violating Ferengi Trade Bylaw Subsection 1,027, Paragraph 3: "Improper supervision of a family member" for his mother Ishka. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
    • Mauk-to'Vor
      • Klingon ritual. After Word brings dishonor upon the House of Mogh after rejecting the Klingon Empire's war with the Cardassian Empire, his bother Kurn asks Worf to give him back his honor the only way he can, by having Worf kill him. (Season 4 episode Sons of Mogh)
    • Evasive Maneuver Pattern Delta
      • Sisko orders evasive maneuver pattern Delta while aboard the Mirror Universe version of the Defiant. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
    • Attack Pattern Omega 4
      • Attack pattern that Sisko orders on the Defiant in the battle of the Omarian Nebula. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • Attack Pattern Omega
      • Sisko orders Attack Plan Omega when attacking the Klingons. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Ak'voh
      • In the old Klingon tradition of Ak'voh, when a warrior dies in battle, his comrades stay with the body to keep away predators. That allows the spirit to leave the body when it is time to make the long journey to Sto'Vo'Kor. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
  • Mountains
    • Kola Mountain
      • Location on Bajor that Kira and her friends discuss when planning their escape. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Cliffs of Undalar
      • Cliffs on Bajor that Keiko wanted to rappel down to get a fungus sample. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
  • Museums
    • Hall of Heroes
      • Klingon Museum, where Worf and For mention having statues of themselves erected when they bring home the Sword of Kahless. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Central Museum
      • Klingon museum. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
  • Musicians
    • Barak-Kadan
      • Klingon opera singer that Worf mentions - it's the power of his voice, the strength of his intonation that make him a great singer. Jadzia thinks he's boring. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
  • Natural Areas
    • Tanis Canyon
      • Location on Bajor that Kira and her friends discuss when planning their escape. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Serpent's Ridge
      • Location on Bajor that Kira and her friends discuss when planning their escape: We could take Serpent's Ridge to Retosha Pass and head for Lonar Province. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Korma Pass
      • When Worf meets Kor, he mentions several of Kor's accomplishments, including his confrontation with Kirk on Organia, his attack on Romulus and his defense of the Korma Pass. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Fire Caves
      • Keiko returns from her trip to Bajor, visiting the Fire Caves, except that she has been taken over by an alien entity. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Caves of No’Mat
      • Where Worf saw Kahless in vision when he was younger and visiting Kronos. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
  • Outer Space-Other
    • Umani Sector
      • Lwaxana's husband arrives on a transport arrived from the Umani Sector. (Season 4 episode The Muse)
    • Rolor Nebula
      • Suspecting that Kasidy may be smuggling for the Maquis, Sisko asks her what route she takes to the Dreon System; he imagines she goes around the Rolor Nebula. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Omarian Nebula
      • Members of the Romulan Tal Shiar and Cardassian Obsidian Order team up to go on the offensive and attack the Founders in the Gamma Quadrant, but the Jem'Hadar are waiting for them. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • Obatta Cluster
      • While in order over the Quickening planet, Kira spots Jem'Hadar ships leaving the Kendi System and heading for the Obatta Cluster. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Lembatta Cluster
      • Jadzia reports that the Klingons have destroyed the Farragut near the Lembatta Cluster. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Jenkata Nebula
      • Kira takes the runabout to the Jenkata Nebula so that it won't be detected by the Jem'Hadar so that Bashir and Jadzia can try to help the people plagued by the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Hellespont Nebula
      • Closet Starfleet starship to the Defiant in sector is the Ulysses, studying protoplanetary masses in the Hellespont Nebula. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
    • Firelight Nebula
      • Klingons on the station accuse Morn of being so far away from the Firelight Nebula. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • The Betreka Nebula
      • Relations between the Klingons and Cardassian Empires have never been anything but amicable, with the exception of the Betreka Nebula Incident, a minor skirmish that lasted 18 years. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Algira Cluster
      • The starship Portland and a Cardassian cruiser search the Algira Cluster for Odo and Garak's runabout. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
  • Personal Care Products
    • Kolaish Spice Oil
      • Kira mentions that Shakaar took her to her favorite restaurant in Jalanda City, poured her glass after glass of spring wine, then took her to his home and gave her a massage with Kolaish spice oil. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
  • Planets
    • Vandros IV
      • Planet located in the Gamma Quadrant previously inhabited by the Iconians 200,000 years ago. (Season 4 episode To the Death)
    • Tzenkethi
      • A Founder tricks the crew into believing that there has been a coup d'état on the Tzenkethi homeworld. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
    • Torna IV
      • Kor was too drunk to remember Toral from the House of Duras from the tavern on Torna IV. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Torga IV
      • Sisko and team conduct a mineral survey of the planet Torga IV, an uninhabited planet in the Gamma Quadrant believed to contain vast deposits or cormaline. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Torad V
      • Planet in the Gamma Quadrant where Keiko goes to explore botanical mysteries. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Solais V
      • When Sisko gets promoted to Captain, Kasidy is hauling a load of duridium ore to Solais V. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
    • Romulus
      • When Worf meets Kor, he mentions several of Kor's accomplishments, including his confrontation with Kirk on Organia, his attack on Romulus and his defense of the Korma Pass. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Pentath III
      • An outbreak of Rudellian plague that strikes the Cardassian colony on Pentath III in the Pentath System prompts Sisko to send the Defiant - commanded by Worf - to assist with the evacuation. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Pelios
      • Planet that Curzon mentions to Sisko: Reminds me of the girl you took up with on Pelios. (Season 3 episode Facets)
    • Orion
      • When Quark and Rom take Nog to Earth to join Starfleet Academy, Quark hides a large quantity of kemasite on the ship to sell to buyers on the planet Orion. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • Organia
      • When Worf meets Kor, he mentions several of Kor's accomplishments, including his confrontation with Kirk on Organia, his attack on Romulus and his defense of the Korma Pass. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • M'kemas III
      • The crew heads for the Tzenkethi settlement on M'kemas III. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
    • Merik III
      • Miles and Bashir complete a bio-survey of the planet Merik III in the Gamma Quadrant. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
    • Loval
      • When discussing where the Klingon Bird of Prey may go next, Dukat suggests Loval, on the other side of the sector. It's mainly a civilian outpost with a small subspace relay station, but secretly weapons research installation. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Lissepia
      • According to Gul, Dukat, the missing Cardassian ship Ravinok was supposed to rendezvous with a freighter, which would take Naprem and his daughter Ziyal to Lissepia, where they could live out their lives in some sort of peace. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
    • Korma
      • Gul Dukat escorts Kira to her meeting on Korma, via his ship the Groumall. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Kavaria
      • Home of the Kavarian Tiger-Bat, planet near Kasiday Yate's route to Dreon VII. Jake needs to know what a Kavarian tiger-bat smells like for a story. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Japori II
      • Flaxian merchant Mr. Retaya that Odo questions was a suspect in the murder of Dekora Assan Ono Japori II. He claims he was cleared of those charges, that it was a case of mistaken identity. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
    • Ganalda IV
      • Jake is told that Klingons are looking to get even for what happened on Ganalda IV, when they had to retreat. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Galorda Prime
      • At Sisko's urging, Odo tracks down the truth - that the civilians that Worf is accused of killing were actually killed three months earlier when their ship crashed in the mountains of Galorda Prime. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Dreon VII
      • One of Kasidy Yates' regular runs is from Bajor to a colony on Dreon VII. Due to the length of her trips, she is suspected of crossing over into the Badlands and smuggling for the Maquis. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Davlos IV
      • While investigating apparent sabotage on the station, Odo finds a device manufactured on Davlos III, a planet on the Klingon border. (Season 3 episode Visionary)
    • Cestus III
      • Kasidy's baseball-playing brother is a colonist on Cestus III. (Season 3 episode Family Business) Kasidy surprises Sisko with a baseball cap from her brother's team that plays on Cestus III. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Breen
      • Gul Dukat describes Gul Marratt as very dashing rising star, a graduate of the Cardassian Military Academy, smooth talking junior member of the Detapa Council and a ladies man - that he would like to demote to the Cardassian embassy on Breen. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Boreth
      • Worf was on leave at the Klingon monastery when called to report to duty on Deep Space Nine. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Boranis III
      • Planet that Bashir mentions that was experiencing a plague, where it took them one hour to identify the pathogen, and three days to inoculate the population. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Barisa Prime
      • The Defiant receives a distress signal from Barisa Prime. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
    • Amleth Prime
      • When discussing where the Klingon Bird of Prey may go next, Dukat suggests a station on Amleth Prime. Kira doesn't think so, because the Amleth System is located inside an emission nebula. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Ajilon Prime
      • Location of a Federation colony under attack by the Klingons. After receiving a distress call, Bashir and Jake detour to provide assistance. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
  • Poetry
    • Kitara's Song
      • Poem by poet Akorem Laan that returns from the wormhole after being gone for 200 years. (Season 4 episode Accession)
    • The Call of The Prophets
      • Poem by poet Akorem Laan that returns from the wormhole after being gone for 200 years. (Season 4 episode Accession)
  • Police Departments
    • Argrathi Security
      • Miles is arrested by Argrathi Security and sentenced by the Argrathi Authority to 40 years in their virtual prison punishment. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
  • Products-Other
    • Adanji
      • Klingon incense Worf buys from Quark to complete the Mauk-to'Vor ritual. (Season 4 episode Sons of Mogh)
  • Professional Organizations
    • The Guild of Restaurant and Casino Employees
      • Rom and his fellow employees form a union to stand up for themselves and fight for their rights. (Season 4 Bar Association)
  • Quotes
    • Worf
      • Worf: I will apologize for this at a later time... You are in my seat! Bartender! Bloodine! ...What is that smell? Is there a pile of rotting forshak in here? Or is it you? Stand when I talk to you! Or do you think it is funny? (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Sisko
      • Sisko: Paradise has never seemed so well armed. (Season 4 episode Paradise Lost)
    • Quark
      • Quark: What's love without danger? (Season 5 episode The Ship)
      • Quark: Exercise makes me sweat. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
      • Quark: And when I arrive at the gates of the Divine Treasury, the registrar will accept my bribe and usher me inside and do you know why? Because I died exactly the way I lived - as a Ferengi! (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
      • Quark: Well, I guess that’s enough talking. Now back to the fighting. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
      • Quark: You know, Morn, there's nothing more invigorating than breakfast in a bar. Where else can you get raw slug liver first thing in the morning? (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
      • Quark: Then the Andorian says, "That's not my antenna." (Season 4 episode Homefront)
    • Odo
      • Chief asks Quark to come up with a decaffeinated Raktajino for pregnant Kira. Odo: So much for Quark-tajino. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Mr. Eddington
      • Mr. Eddington: You're even worse than the Borg. At least they tell you about their plans for assimilation. You're more insidious. You assimilate people, and they don't even know it. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Kurn
      • Kurn: I am ready to cross the River of Blood and and enter Sto-Vo-Kor. (Season 4 episode Sons of Mogh)
    • Kor
      • Kor: I take the sword to my grave before I give it to you. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Kira & Worf
      • Kira: What do Klingons dream about?
        Worf: Things that would send cold chills down your spine, and wake you in the middle of the night. It is better you do not know.
        (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
    • Kasidy Yates & Benjamin Sisko
      • Kasidy Yates: Did you miss me?
        Benjamin Sisko: Were you gone?
        Kasidy Yates: Admit it - without me, you cried yourself to sleep.
        (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Julian Bashir & Odo
      • Julian Bashir: Good luck.
        Odo: I don't believe in luck. But I appreciate the sentiment.
        (Season 4 episode Homefront)
    • Jake Sisko
      • Jake Sisko: People want stories about things they can relate to: Life and death, good and evil. An outbreak of Cartalian Fever would be just the thing. The brave doctor battles the deadly virus. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Garak & Julian Bashir
      • Garak: That was close. What if you killed me?
        Julian Bashir: What makes you think I wasn't trying?
        Garak: Doctor, I do believe there's hope for you yet.
        (Season 4 episode Our Man Bashir)
    • Garak
      • Garak: And what I find interesting is how your mind ended up casting me in the role of the villain... To think, after all this time, all our lunches together, you still don't trust me. There's hope for you yet, Doctor. (Season 3 episode Distant Voices)
      • Garak: The truth is usually just an excuse for lack of imagination. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
      • Garak: Paranoid is what they call people who imagine threats against their life. I have threats against my life. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Ee'char
      • Ee'char: You look like a reeta-hawk picking at a corpse. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
    • Brunt
      • Brunt: If this were Ferenginar, I'd have you all taken to the spire of the Tower of Commerce, displayed to the crowds in the Great Marketplace below, and then shoved off one by one. Small children would bet on where you would land, and your splattered remains would be sold as feed mulch for gree worms. (Season 4 Bar Association)
    • Bejamin Sisko
      • Bejamin Sisko: A dead man can’t learn from his mistakes. (Season 4 episode To the Death)
    • Bashir & Garak
      • Bashir: But the point is, if you lie all the time, nobody's going to believe you, even when you're telling the truth.
        Garak: Are you sure that's the point, Doctor?
        Bashir: Of course; what else could it be?
        Garak: That you should never tell the same lie twice.
        (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
  • Realms
    • The Vault of Eternal Destitution
      • Ferengi version of Hell. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • Sto-Vo-Kor
      • Afterlife for the honored dead in Klingon mythology that Kurn mentions during Mauk-to'Vor ritual: "I am ready to cross the River of Blood and and enter Sto-Vo-Kor." (Season 4 episode Sons of Mogh)
    • The Divine Treasury
      • Ferengi version of Heaven, from various episodes.
  • Recipes
    • Veklava
      • Bajoran food served at the party for the Trill Science Ministry on the station. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
    • Tuwaly Pie
      • Kira's old resistance cell friends offer her Tuwaly pie. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Q'lavas
      • The Vorta Kilana offers Sisko a snack called q'lavas. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Makapa Bread
      • Jake replicates a Raktajino, extra sweet and Makapa bread, no crust. When Sisko asks, what happened to juice and oatmeal, Jake tells him that Kasidy introduced him to it. It's great. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Chicken a La Sisko
      • Dish Jake makes for his mother's double from the Mirror Universe Jennifer. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
    • Bajoran Ratamba Stew Over Spinach Linguini
      • Sisko's experiment for dinner with Kasidy Yates. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
  • Restaurants-Seafood
    • Sisko's
      • Jake's grandfather's restaurant. (Season 4 episode The Visitor)
  • Schools-Military
    • Cardassian Military Academy
      • Gul Dukat describes Gul Marratt as very dashing rising star, a graduate of the Cardassian Military Academy, smooth talking junior member of the Detapa Council and a ladies man - that he would like to demote to the Cardassian embassy on Breen. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
  • Schools-Performing Arts
    • The Pennington School
      • Jake informs his father that he has been accepted for a writing fellowship at the Pennington School in New Zealand. (Season 3 episode Explorers) Jake mentions the Pennington School to the muse Onaya. (Season 4 episode The Muse)
  • Sports Teams-Baseball
    • Cestus Comets
      • Kasidy invites Sisko to join her listening to her brother's baseball game - the Pike City Pioneers vs. the Cestus Comets. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
  • Star Systems
    • Unefra System
      • Odo and Garak encounter a Romulan Warbird on their way to the third planet of the Unefra System looking for former Obsidian Order member Enabran Tain. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
    • Teplan System
      • Kira, Bashir and Jadzia are en route to the Gavara System when they receive a distress call from a planet in the Teplan System, what turns out to be a society attacked by the Jem'Hadar, now suffering from a disease known as the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Rigel System
      • Jadzia and Lenara Kahn reminisnce about Curzon was kicked out of the Barros Inn, one of the wildest bars in the whole Rigel System, after sort of setting fire to it as part of a bet. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
    • Pentath System
      • An outbreak of Rudellian plague that strikes the Cardassian colony on Pentath III in the Pentath System prompts Sisko to send the Defiant - commanded by Worf - to assist with the evacuation. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Kendi System
      • While in order over the Quickening planet, Kira spots Jem'Hadar ships leaving the Kendi System and heading for the Obatta Cluster. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Kar-Telos System
      • During their maneuvers through the asteroid belt on the Kar-Telos system, Worf notices the Defiant felt a little sluggish when turning hard aport. (Season 4 Bar Association)
    • Gavara System
      • Kira, Bashir and Jadzia are en route to the Gavara System when they receive a distress call from a planet in the Teplan System, what turns out to be a society attacked by the Jem'Hadar, now suffering from a disease known as the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Dreon System
      • Suspecting that Kasidy may be smuggling for the Maquis, Sisko asks her what route she takes to the Dreon System; he imagines she goes around the Rolor Nebula. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Dozaria System
      • Kira's old friend's clue to the location of the Ravinok, a Cardassian ship carrying Bajoran prisoners that disappeared site years earlier, came from a Ferengi whose last trip was to the Dozaria System. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
    • Dopa System
      • Gul Dukat tells Kira that the nearest Cardassian warship is in the Dopa System somewhere. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Bopak System
      • Miles detects a magneton pulse in the Bopak System. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
    • Amleth System
      • When discussing where the Klingon Bird of Prey may go next, Dukat suggests a station on Amleth Prime. Kira doesn't think so, because the Amleth System is located inside an emission nebula. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
  • Substances
    • Vitarian Wool
      • Garak tells Morn that when it comes to keeping warm, nothing beats Vitarian wool undergarments. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Tritonium
      • Tritonium is an element. Bajoran Resistance fighters carried subdermal implants of tritonium isotopes during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor. According to Kira Nerys, these implants could be activated, if the individual was captured, and leave a trail of isotopes, which would be used to track and rescue the individual. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
    • Tholian Silk
      • Sisko surprises Kasidy with Tholian Silk. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Tabalian Glass
      • After threatening Garak for spending time with Ziyal, Kira asks Garak, Is that clear? He responds, as Tabalian glass. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Nitrilin
      • Substance that Miles detects following the explosion in Garak's shop, making it look like an accident. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
    • Neutronium
      • The Iconian structure is composed of solid neutronium. Even a direct hit from a quantum torpedo wouldn't necessarily destroy it. (Season 4 episode To the Death)
    • Magnesite
      • Magnesite in the rock face on Ajilon Prime, there's no way for Bashir and Jake to transport through it, so they have to find a place to set down. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Liquid Crystals
      • Quark brings Regalian flea spiders onto the station for Bashir without an import permit, along with a shipment of illegal liquid crystals, which are a highly intoxicating and sometimes dangerous aphrodisiac. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Kemasite
      • When Quark and Rom take Nog to Earth to join Starfleet Academy, Quark hides a large quantity of kemasite on the ship to sell to buyers on the planet Orion. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • Karemman Fleece
      • Sisko and crew travel into the Gamma Quadrant to meet with the Karemma Commerce Ministry - also referred to as the Ministry of Trade - over their trade concerns, such as the taxes and tariffs added to their shipment of Karemman fleece. (Season 4 episode Starship Down)
    • Duridium
      • When Sisko gets promoted to Captain, Kasidy is hauling a load of duridium ore to Solais V. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
    • Cormaline
      • Sisko and team conduct a mineral survey of the planet Torga IV, an uninhabited planet in the Gamma Quadrant believed to contain vast deposits or cormaline. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Baryon Radiation
      • When Odo attempts to inspect Kasidy's ship out of concerns for Temecklian Virus, she offers to flood the cargo hold with baryon radiation. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Retosha Pass
      • Location on Bajor that Kira and her friends discuss when planning their escape: We could take Serpent's Ridge to Retosha Pass and head for Lonar Province. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
  • Trivia-Names
  • Trivia-Numbers
  • Vehicle Models - Space
    • Warbird
      • Romulan battleship from various episodes.
    • Vor’cha Class Attack Cruiser
      • Klingon ship, from various episodes.
    • Maquis Raider
      • Kasidy Yates is observed meeting with a Maquis raider in the Badlands. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Danube-class Runabout
      • The station's new runabout Rubicon is Danube class. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
    • Bird of Prey
      • Klingon ship, from various episodes.
  • Vehicles-Space
    • Xhosa
      • Kasidy's freighter. The station receives distress signal from Kasidy's ship. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Ulysses
      • Closet Starfleet starship to the Defiant in sector is the Ulysses, studying protoplanetary masses in the Hellespont Nebula. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
    • U.S.S. Yukon
      • Federation runabout.
    • U.S.S. Volga
      • Federation Runabout. Bashir, Kira and Keiko return from the Gamma Quadrant in a damaged Volga. When the ship was damaged, Keiko was injured, and Bashir had to transfer her baby into Kira. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • U.S.S. Venture
      • Federation starship that arrives following the initial battle between the station and the Klingons. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • U.S.S. Tecumseh
      • The Rutledge and the Tecumseh are heading things up. Captain Raymond saw the Tecumseh through the Cardassian Wars. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • U.S.S. Rubicon
      • Federation runabout, from various episodes.
    • U.S.S. Okinawa
      • Admiral Leyton mentions that Sisko was his executive officer aboard the Okinawa. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
    • U.S.S. Lakota
      • Runabout that Sisko and Odo take to Earth following the Changeling attack. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
    • U.S.S. Farragut
      • Jadzia reports that the Klingons have destroyed the Farragut near the Lembatta Cluster. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Ravinok
      • Kira gets a lead on the Ravinok, a Cardassian ship carrying Bajoran prisoners that disappeared site years earlier. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
    • Prakesh
      • Gul Dukat’s Cardassian cruiser. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Portland
      • The starship Portland and a Cardassian cruiser search the Algira Cluster for Odo and Garak's runabout. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • M'Char
      • Klingon vessel that attacks Kasidy's freighter. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Makar
      • Romulan warbirds mentioned as having lost main power in the battle of the Omarian Nebula. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • Korinar
      • Imperial Klingon ship engaged in military exercises that Miles and Kira encounter. (Season 4 episode Sons of Mogh)
    • Koranak
      • Carsassian cruiser destroyed in the battle of the Omarian Nebula. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • IKS Drovana
      • Miles and Kira confront the Klingon ship IKS Drovana, a Vor'cha class cruiser that requires medical assistance. (Season 4 episode Sons of Mogh)
    • Groumall
      • Gul Dukat escorts Kira to her meeting on Korma, via his ship the Groumall. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Defiant
      • Sisko orders evasive maneuver pattern Delta while aboard the Mirror Universe version of the Defiant. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
    • Belak
      • Romulan warbirds mentioned as having lost main power in the battle of the Omarian Nebula. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
  • Virtual Reality
    • A Visit with The Pleasure Goddess of Rixx
      • Before leaving for Starfleet Academy on Earth, Nog sells his possessions, including what turns out to be Kira's Springball racket, and his favorite holosuite program "A Visit with the Pleasure Goddess of Rixx" - to Miles for for ten strips of latinum. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • The Battle of Tong Vey (program)
      • When Worf goes to trial for destroying an unarmed civilian transport, the Klingon advocate Ch'Pok submits his solosuite program The Battle of Tong Vey into evidence. It is a re-enactment of a famous battle for the city of Tong Vey that ends with the conquering warrior ordering his enemies - including civilians - to be put to death. Jadzia mentions that he brought it over from the Enterprise. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • The Battle of Clontarf
      • Miles' new holosuite program; Miles, Bashir and a thousand stalwart Irish warriors against a ravening hoard of vikings. "It's like the Battle of Britain, only with swords." (Season 4 Bar Association)
  • Water
    • River of Blood
      • River that Kurn mentions during Mauk-to'Vor ritual: "I am ready to cross the River of Blood and and enter Sto-Vo-Kor." (Season 4 episode Sons of Mogh)
    • Holana River
      • Kira decides to spend a few days on Bajor to visit a friend - and get away from Miles... but Keiko insists he goes with her. She visits a 200 year old cottage with a view of the Holana river. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
  • Weapons-Explosives
    • Ultritium Concussion Shells
      • The Jem'Hadar detonate Ultritium concussion shells outside of the ship where Sisko and crew are hiding. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Quantum Torpedo
      • Weapon Worf uses in battle against the Klingons. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
  • Weapons-Guns
    • Phase-disrupter Rifle
      • Standard issue Cardassian weapon. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
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