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Battle Lines

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 3
Disc No : 1.4 Episode : 12
First Aired : 25 Apr 1993 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Paul Lynch Year : 2369
Writers : Hilary J. Bader Season : 1
Guest Cast :
Camille Saviola as Kai Opaka
Jonathan Banks as Golin Shei-La
Paul Collins as Zlangco
Moral :
Lessens : You must learn the lessons of your past, or you are doomed to repeat them.
YATI : One of the faction bosses claims that they stopped using directed energy weapons centuries ago. Yet for the rest of the episodes both sides fire freely on one another with... you guessed it... directed energy weapons!
Body Count : Strictly speaking, none. In fact loads of people die, but they all come back alive again!

Plotline

Visiting the Gamma Quadrant with Kai Opaka, Sisko's runabout is shot down by the defence systems of a penal moon. Opaka is killed - but on this planet nanotechnology resurrects the dead over and over again so that they can participate in an endless war.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 7,719 Last updated : 2 Aug 2004