Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by Santa Garrus, Apr 20, 2012.
GHEMOR: And I'll be nearby to remind you of that, in case you forget.
ENTEK: As you wish, Legate.
(Time has passed)
ENTEK: What were your duties as first officer of Deep Space Nine?
KIRA: I told you, the Federation runs the station. I wasn't even allowed into Ops.
(gotta go, see ya tomorrow, I guess )
ENTEK: How many Starfleet personnel are stationed on Deep Space Nine?
KIRA: Thirty, forty thousand. Don't tell them I told you.
ENTEK: That's enough. Iliana. Don't you understand what's going on here? I'm trying to give you a chance. Even if you don't remember who I am, you are still one of my operatives. l don't want to hurt you, but if you don't cooperate...Maybe there is a way to convince you to take what I say seriously. This is Entek. Send me exhibit S1 983l. Immediately.
CARDASSIAN (over comm): Yes, sir.
KIRA: Nothing you can show me will make any difference.
The Obsidian Order saves everything that comes into its possession. You never know what might prove useful. We have libraries of data transcripts, vaults of ancient artefacts, even...
Ah, here it is. Even cryogenic chambers containing biological subjects like this one here.
(Kira pulls back the sheet to reveal the Kira from the prison database.)
KIRA: That's impossible.
ENTEK: I assure you, when it comes to the Obsidian Order, nothing is impossible.
KIRA: It's a fake, a clone, a hologram. For all I know, this whole place is a holosuite.
ENTEK: Do you remember when you were on long-range reconnaissance in the Bestri Woods. You thought you saw a Cardassian soldier and opened fire on him. You hit your target, only to find out...
KIRA: I killed a hara cat.
ENTEK: A mother hara cat, who was nursing her young.
KIRA: How do you know that? I never told anyone that story.
ENTEK: I know about it because we placed that story in your memories, Iliana. Just like we gave you every other memory you have. What we couldn't extract from the real Kira, we got from other prisoners or just invented ourselves. Ask yourself two things, Iliana. First, is there anything that I've said we've done that's beyond the capabilities of the Obsidian Order? I assume you know there isn't. Second, if you're not my operative, if you're not who I say you are, why would I be playing this game? Believe me, if I wanted to extract the information from you, I'd have it already. I don't want to do that. I care about you. You were one of my best students. Watch the recording, think about what I've said, because the Order won't wait much longer.
(Kira uses a PADD to disable the forcefield and open the window.)
GHEMOR: I see you haven't forgotten all of your Obsidian Order training.
KIRA: Actually, I learned that in the Resistance.
GHEMOR: Next time you might want to leave a contact wire running between the wall and the access plate. You tripped a silent alarm when you separated them.
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