((Yes, DS9 played loosey goosey with the rules but still worth a laugh!))
Somewhere, Jean Luc Picard is holding his head and shaking it in a “no..” motion while somewhere else Admiral Erik Pressman is wearing a HUGE smile. While somewhere else in our universe, a writer notices the error and yells at his laptop to, “quickly! run Sisko Program 1-9-7!”.O'BRIEN: What about pulse mines? We could equip them with variable geometry detonators.
DAX: Not good enough. Dominion ships can wait at the mouth of the wormhole and pick them off one by one.
O'BRIEN: What if we cloaked them?
DAX: Cloaking doesn't always work against the Dominion.
O'BRIEN: Maybe cloaked ships don't, but I'm thinking a lot smaller. Each mine no more than a metre across.
DAX: Mines that small don't have a lot of power. It would take dozens of them to disable a warship. We'd run out of mines before they ran out of ships. Rom, are you here?
ROM: Cloak. Small. Dozens. I heard every word.