After traveling through time with the help of an Orb, Kira discovers that her mother was Gul Dukat’s lover.
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On a dangerous away mission, Worf must choose between rescuing a Starfleet informant and saving Dax’s life.
O’Brien is sent to infiltrate the criminal Orion Syndicate, but becomes too close to one of his informants.
When the Defiant is boarded by Jem’Hadar, a group of crewmembers miniaturized by an anomaly must rescue the crew.
Sisko hallucinates that he is an oppressed science fiction writer from 20th century Earth who in turn is hallucinating that he’s a space station captain.
Morn’s death leads to a struggle among his former associates for possession of his valuables, which Morn has left to Quark.
As Sisko is transporting Dukat to a starbase, their ship is destroyed, and the captain finds himself on a remote planet, dependent on a madman.
A group of genetically-enhanced misfits comes to the station and convinces Bashir that surrender is the Federation’s only hope against the Dominion.
The mirror universe duplicate of Kira’s dead lover Bareil asks for asylum on the station and begins to fall for Kira.
Before they can marry, Worf must take his friends on a Klingon ritual and Dax must gain the approval of Martok’s wife.
As a Federation fleet attempts to retake the station, Odo and Ziyal must both choose where their loyalties lie.
In order to stop Jem’Hadar reinforcements from entering the Alpha Quadrant, Sisko leads a fleet against the Dominion; meanwhile, Kira tries to halt the Cardassians from within.
Starfleet asks Sisko to take a desk job, leaving Dax to command the Defiant, while Kira plots against the Dominion and Odo reunites with a Founder.
While Alexander struggles to become a Klingon warrior on General Martok’s ship, Ziyal returns to the station to make peace between Dukat and Kira.