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SHORT STORY
"What Dreams May Come"
Attribution
Series: Star Trek: Stargazer
Author(s): Michael Jan Friedman
Publication information
Printed: Tales of the Dominion War
Pages: 5-15
Chronology
Date: 2373

Contents

Summary

The Dominion, having occupied a world close to Federation space, Illarh, use it as a staging ground for the war effort. The Vorta in charge of the occupation force, Sejeel, keeps one of the natives as his personal servent. This servant, Draz, oftens shares his vivid dreams with Sejeel, who as a Vorta is incapable of dreaming and finds the stories entertaining. On a particular morning Draz begins telling Sejeel of a dream he had where he wasn't an Illarhi and a force opposed and defeated the Vorta and Jem'Hadar on Illarhi. Sejeel soon realizes the dream isn't a dream at all, as Draz is actually Gilaad Ben Zoma a Starfleet operative. At the conclusion of the story, Ben Zoma signals Jean-Luc Picard in orbit to tell him the planet has been retaken.

References

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Characters

Baraj'aranDraz/Gilaad Ben ZomaJean-Luc PicardSejeel

Starships and vehicles

Locations

Alpha QuadrantIllarh
Referenced only 
Gamma Quadrant

Races and cultures

HumanIllarhiJem'HadarVorta
Referenced only 
Founders

States and organizations

FederationStarfleet

Other

aderrjaDominion WarFirstogliila eggsshield

Appendices

Timeline

published order
Previous story:
first story
Tales of the Dominion War
Next story:
Night of the Vulture
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Call to Arms...
Pocket Next Adventure:
Exodus
Chapter 11
Previous Adventure:
House of Cards
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E)
Next Adventure:
Behind Enemy Lines

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