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EPISODE
Rules of Engagement
Attribution
Series: Deep Space Nine
Written by: David Weddle and Bradley Thompson
Directed by: LeVar Burton
Production information
Episode no.: 4x18
Production no.: 490
First aired: Week of 8 April 1996
Chronology
Date: 2372


After Worf is accused of destroying a ship carrying Klingon civilians, the Empire tries to extradite him. Sisko must defend Worf at the hearing, while Odo searches for evidence to clear his name.

Contents

Summary

Characters

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Main

Recurring

Other

Referenced

Curzon DaxGowronKahless the UnforgettableKurnAlexander RozhenkoSompek

References

Locations

Deep Space 9ReplimatWardroom
Referenced only 
CardassiaEarth • Galorda Prime • Pentath • Tong Vey

Starships

USS Defiant
Referenced only 
USS Enterprise

Starship classes

Defiant-classGroumall-classKlingon bird-of-preyPerikian-classK't'inga-class

Species

BajoranChangelingFerengiHumanKlingonTrill
Referenced only 
Cardassian

States and Organisations

Bajoran MilitiaKlingon EmpireStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets
Referenced only 
Klingon High CouncilHouse of Mogh

Other

Advocate • Bat'leth • Battle of Tong Vey • Bloodwine • Botany • CakeCardassian-Klingon WarCloaking deviceConvoy • Dress uniform • Emperor of the Klingon Empire • Fate • Flag of the FederationHolosuiteLogicMek'lethPrune juiceQuantum torpedoRaktajinoSto-vo-korTachyon

Connections

published order
Previous episode:
Accession
DS9 episode produced Next episode:
Hard Time
Previous episode:
Accession
DS9 episode aired Next episode:
Hard Time
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Deadlock
Pocket Next Adventure:
Rocket Man

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