While Sisko negotiates with Bareil about opposing Vedek Winn, Kira discovers the deadly conspiracy behind the rising powers in Bajor’s government.
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As a power struggle develops between Bajor’s government and a group of dissidents, Kira rescues Bajoran resistance hero Li Nalas and brings him to Deep Space Nine.
Vedek Winn comes to the station objecting to Bajoran children being taught that the Prophets of the Celestial Temple are mere aliens in an artificial wormhole.
Kira identifies a Cardassian seeking medical attention on the station as a war criminal who massacred Bajorans during the Occupation.
A telepathic energy field delivered by a dying Klingon pits the crew against one another as Kira leads a revolt to remove Sisko.
While an alien entity wreaks havoc with the station’s computer, Lwaxana Troi becomes romantically interested in Odo.
Crewmembers’ fantasies come to life – some silly and harmless, but increasingly disruptive – just as a spatial anomaly threatens Bajor.
Kira is ordered to evacuate an old man from his lunar home so the Bajorans can use the moon for an energy transfer to fuel their planet.
O’Brien visits a Bajoran village where he is mistaken for a raconteur who can keep a monster from attacking the population.
A shuttle carrying Kai Opaka on a brief tour of the Gamma Quadrant encounters trouble and crashes on a planet where she dies, leaving Sisko to deal with the residents.
A killing on Deep Space Nine puts Odo in contact with a man who claims to know of a colony of changelings in the Gamma Quadrant.
The leader of the Ferengi, the Grand Nagus, visits the station to check up on Quark’s profits.
The Wadi, who like games, make Quark lead the senior crew on a trip through a complicated maze.
Bashir tries to save a prisoner who has been killing others to prolong his own life.