|| While one can easily argue as to the quality of the plot line, it is in the development of Jake Sisco's character that truly deserves a mention. In the early seasons, he would take the initiative, think on his own, possessing what was needed to follow his father's example by joining Star Fleet. In '... Nor the Battle to the Strong', Jake is forced face some of the true horrors of war. In this roll, Cirroc Lofton performed exceptionally well. The best part being when he had to explain his cowardice to a dying Star Fleet officer why he left a doctor behind. Jake tried to rationalize it with fate and/or spirituality, but in the end could not hide the fact he panicked in the face of danger. As a whole, not bad, not good. As a major character development for Jake, a harsh splash of cold water that makes you 'wake up' as to the nature of war and death.