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Absent any official Word Of Creator, we can only judge by what was seen onscreen. In the episode Inquisition, Sloan talks about his son being killed. But everything was part of an illusion designed to test Bashir's loyalty. Anything he said should be taken with a large pinch of salt. In the episode Extreme Measures, the dying Sloan is losing control, and ...


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Bashir's personnel file in the non-canon Star Trek: Starship Creator game states that he was born in London, England. He was also implied to have ties to London in the DS9 novel, "Hollow Men". The Centaurian Embassy took up the whole of a row of what had once been four tall, terraced town houses. Sisko and Garak materialized in a small flower ...


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According to the Paramount-licenced game Star Trek: Starship Creator, Julian Bashir's place of birth is London, England, Earth.


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According to the EU novel The Never-Ending Sacrifice, the Detapa Council was, by and large, executed. One of their number survived (briefly) but was killed in the genocide committed by the Dominion against Cardassia Prime at the end of the Dominion War. A third before the first bell, when it was still dark, the [council] building was stormed by the Jem’...


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Probably not. Ronald D. Moore says that he wasn't consciously trying to connect the episodes together (by using the name Bellerephon for Bashir's ship). That presumably also goes for intentionally dropping in a reference to a spy mentioned in that same episode. More likely is that Starfleet have several high-ranking spies in the Romulan command, just as the ...


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Garak means exactly what he says. Mirror Kira's initial characterization was extremely narcissistic and self-centered, with a view of the world that essentially boils down to "Kira" and "everybody else". When regular Kira arrives, Mirror Kira's worldview becomes herself at the center, her twin a very close second, and everyone else very ...


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According to the EU novel DS9: Warpath, the multi-dimensional transport was designed by Smiley O'Brien, presumably using a mixture of info gleaned from reports about James Kirk's travel to the mirror universe, his own knowledge of transporter technology and scans of the technique used by Kira and Bashir to return to their own universe at the end of DS9: ...


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O'Brien's place of birth is Killarney, Ireland, Earth. This is confirmed in a couple of places. Per The Star Trek Book: Strange New Worlds Boldly Explained: NAME: Miles Edward O’Brien SPECIES: Human BORN: 2328, Killarney, Ireland, Earth FATHER: Michael O’Brien STARFLEET DIVISION: Operations and Startrek.com: PERSONNEL FILE: O'Brien, Miles Edward Rank: ...


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As far I can tell, no canon episode or film has ever specified which part of Ireland O'Brien was born in, or grew up in. His personnel file on StarTrek.com states that he was born in Killarney, Ireland. However, his personnel file in the Star Trek: Starship Creator game states that he was born in Dublin, Ireland. It has been established in canon that his ...


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Killarney in County Kerry I found numerous sources claiming this, including the Spanish Memory Alpha wiki and Wikipedia, which cites it to Appendix B of the book Star Trek Chronology: The History of the Future (1996). There's even a petition to honour him by having a plaque put up in the real town of Killarney. It was not successful; I guess there isn't a ...


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All signs point to them simply being a group of high-fliers (literally and figuratively), being prepped for early leadership roles. There's no mystery prize being handed out here, such as an all expenses paid trip to Section-31, just accelerated learning leading to a better chance of receiving a 'prestige posting' upon graduation. Elite squadrons Though ...


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