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As the Enterprise docks at the new Federation outpost at Deep Space Nine, Worf is confronted with evidence that his father, believed killed at the infamous Kitamer massacre, may in fact be alive. Meanwhile, Data experiences visions after he's shocked by the sudden energy discharge from an alien artifact discovered by the space station's Dr. Bashir (Siddig El Fadil). The first episode of a two-part adventure splits between the two stories, exploring Data's dreams and Worf's nightmare. While Data prepares to investigate if androids really dream, Worf wrestles with the conflicting emotions of shame and hope (surviving a losing battle is tantamount to disgrace), yet he cannot help but secretly pray for such an unthinkable destiny and investigates the claim. When he discovers a secret colony where bitter enemies Klingons and Romulans live together in an unthinkable, utopian peace, his sudden arrival threatens their Eden. Brent Spiner reprises his role as Data's "father," the late inventor Dr. Noonien Soong, in a cybervisit to his son, while James Cromwell slithers under lizard-skin makeup as the mercenary informant. The story concludes in episode 143. --Sean AxmakerFrom the Back Cover:
The Enterprise arrives at Deep Space Nine, where a mysterious alien, Jaglom Shrek (James Cromwell, First Contact) claims he can prove that Worf's (Michael Dorn) father, Mogh, is still alive.
Meanwhile, an accident in engineering incapacitates Data (Brent Spiner). After he's revived, he insists he saw his father, Dr. Noonien Soong, while unconscious. Dr. Bashir (Siddig El Fadil), the station's physician, theorizes that Data may have had a dream. Intrigued, Data attempts to learn more about his creator, while Worf seeks out Shrek and embarks on a journey to a distant Romulan prison where his father is supposedly being held. What he finds there could be deadly...
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