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For the TOS episode with a similar title, please see "The Changeling".
For the Earth legend regarding a Changeling child, please see Changeling (folklore).
Metamorph redirects here; for an individual who empathically bonds, please see empathic metamorph.
"They're goo-people. Walking, talking clay-dough. They can replicate a person on sight alone. Voice, mannerisms, s-speech patterns, but that's it. You... Most of the time, you can tell. Ask him a question they should know the answer to. Simple question, wrong answer-- boom, Changeling."

The Changelings were shapeshifting lifeforms (in their natural state a liquid) native to the Gamma Quadrant of the Milky Way Galaxy. They were the creators and rulers of the Dominion, whose subject races knew them as the semi-mythical Founders. Most Changelings existed as an amalgamated mass known as the Great Link.


The natural form of a Changeling was a viscous orange liquid containing a structure known as a morphogenic matrix. (DS9: "The Begotten") They contained morphogenic enzymes responsible for their shapeshifting ability. (DS9: "Things Past")

Changelings (or at least young and inexperienced ones, like Odo) had to revert to their natural liquid state to regenerate every sixteen to eighteen hours. Preventing them from doing so would cause severe physical distress and their forms to begin to deteriorate and "flake" away. (DS9: "The Forsaken", "The Storyteller", "The Alternate", "The Die is Cast", "In Purgatory's Shadow")

In the first draft script of "A Man Alone", it was stated that Odo had to rejuvenate every six hours. In the final version of that episode, this duration is instead said to be every eighteen hours; in later episodes, it is consistently stated as being every sixteen hours. Reversion to a gelatinous state was considered by DS9's producers to be "a limitation unique to Odo," due to not having yet mastered all of his abilities. (AOL chat, 1998)

Changelings could take virtually any corporeal form. (DS9: "Chimera", "The Way of the Warrior") They, or at least the Founders, also had the ability to closely mimic humanoid personalities to the point where even close friends and family often could not distinguish them from the originals. (DS9: "By Inferno's Light", "Apocalypse Rising", "Paradise Lost") They could transform parts of themselves into smaller electrical devices, like a combadge, and make it operational, and were also capable of at least mimicking the shape and operation of a computer. (DS9: "Paradise Lost") Changelings could also mimic the form of fire and clouds. (DS9: "Chimera")


Constable Odo as a drinking glass

Shapeshifting locket

Croden's changeling locket

Changeling infant mimics Odo

Changeling infant mimics Odo

Starfleet sensors, as of 2371, failed to recognize Changelings when they mimicked other forms. (DS9: "The Adversary")

DS9: "Apocalypse Rising" implies that a Changeling is particularly difficult to detect. DS9 Science Consultant André Bormanis commented, "We wanted to sell the idea that detecting a changeling via sensors was a very difficult thing [...] If we made it easy to detect a changeling, then the changeling ability is no great advantage." (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, p. 366)

The Obsidian Order created a prototype quantum stasis field generator that could prevent a Changeling from shape shifting. (DS9: "The Die is Cast")

Changelings could survive in the vacuum of space, and were highly resistant to disruptor fire. (DS9: "Chimera", "Apocalypse Rising")

Changelings have often been portrayed as extraordinarily resistant to things that would be highly hazardous to species composed of flesh and requiring metabolic processes to sustain themselves. However, in the mirror universe episode "Crossover", Julian Bashir shattered that universe's Odo into pieces with a single shot. In "Vortex", Odo is shown to have the ability to regroup himself after being shattered. Since neither the mirror Odo nor the Changeling who took Martok's form reformed, it is safe to say they were dead. In "Treachery, Faith and the Great River", Odo also talks as if he could die from lack of air or heat, even though he has no metabolism that would need either, Laas could live and function in space in "Chimera".

Changelings – or at least Odo – had no sense of smell. (DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses", "Improbable Cause") Laas stated, however, that if his hands had Klingon blood on them, they would emit a stench, possibly suggesting that after living among solids for years, he was at least familiar with the concept. (DS9: "Chimera")

Even when in humanoid form, Changelings did not need to take in sustenance. Odo noted that he once attempted to eat after assuming humanoid form for the first time, but found the experience not only unsatisfying due to his lack of taste buds, but "messy" for reasons he chose not to elaborate. (DS9: "Meridian") Doctor Bashir once asked Odo for a sample of himself to study its value in possibly creating synthetic organs, which raised the question how he would get that part of himself back, if he never added matter to his body. (DS9: "When It Rains...")

Since Changelings do not eat, "Robert Wolfe used to theorize," said Ronald D. Moore, "that the Changelings pulled their energy directly from subspace (or some [other] quasi-scientific realm)." (AOL chat, 1997) Wolfe's theory also stated that "Changelings use some sort of subspace 'pocket' to store additional mass during a morph." (AOL chat, 1997)

The thoughts and emotions of Changelings could not be read by Betazoids. (DS9: "Fascination") However, memories could be telepathically transferred by a Guardian to one in the Trill Zhian'tara ritual, and they could participate as a past Trill host. (DS9: "Facets") A telepathic energy matrix (which caused the crew of Deep Space 9 to fight for control of that space station) was rejected by Odo's lack of a humanoid brain. It did have the ability to warp his face and knock him unconscious, though he retained his humanoid shape. (DS9: "Dramatis Personae")

However, on one occasion Odo was knocked out by being struck on the head. (DS9: "Vortex")

There was an apparent telepathic aspect to the Changeling species, evidenced in the fact Odo felt drawn toward the Omarion Nebula, which was once home to the Founders. (DS9: "The Search, Part II") However, it is possible that the instinctive desire to visit the nebula was "hardwired" into him. Changelings had the ability to sense, in most cases, the presence of other Changelings. (DS9: "The Search, Part I", "Homefront", "Chimera") The Jem'Hadar may also have the ability to sense Changelings, though this ability might not be telepathic but an imprinted response to a Changeling's gelatinous state, as a child Jem'Hadar who sensed Odo did not respond to him until he temporarily reverted to that state. (DS9: "The Abandoned") Further suggestion of a telepathic trait arose when Odo's remaining morphogenic enzymes were stimulated by a plasma field, creating a miniaturized "Great Link" with Benjamin Sisko, Jadzia Dax, and Elim Garak. (DS9: "Things Past")

At the very least, there exists a "hive mind" among the species when joined with the Great Link. (DS9: "The Search, Part II", "Broken Link", "Sacrifice of Angels", "Chimera") For instance, Odo once commented, "During the Link, I sensed that the other Changelings were trying to hide things from me... faces, names." (DS9: "Broken Link")

The Founders of the Dominion were Changelings, and made up the majority of the Dominion's leadership. Changelings preferred to think of themselves as a drop (the individual) in the larger ocean (what they called the Great Link). A Changeling, therefore, typically had little sense of individual identity. Being a liquid-based lifeform, in order to link with other Changelings, they simply reverted to this state and the liquid blended together, creating a link between them. (DS9: "The Search, Part II") Centuries before, the Founders had sent the Hundred Changelings throughout the galaxy as a way to gauge other species by the way they treated the weak and vulnerable. (DS9: "The Begotten") There were legends of Changelings having been on the planet Rakhar. (DS9: "Vortex")

It was suggested that Changelings were biologically immortal and therefore never died of old age (DS9: "Children of Time", "Behind the Lines") Laas was over 200 years old. (DS9: "Chimera") However, it was possible to kill Changelings by a number of means. Severe cases of radiation poisoning could prove fatal. (DS9: "The Adversary", "The Begotten") Changelings were also killed by phaser or disruptor fire, at sufficiently high settings. (DS9: "Crossover", "Apocalypse Rising") A Changeling was observed succumbing to trauma following the impact of a ship crashing into a planetary surface (a crash in which the ship's inertial dampers had failed). (DS9: "The Ship") The Admiral Leyton/Miles O'Brien Changeling laughingly remarked to Sisko that, including himself, there were only four Changeling agents in the Alpha Quadrant. (DS9: "Homefront", "Paradise Lost") Of the four three were dead:

Changelings could assume the forms of both male and female humanoids. (DS9: "Tacking Into the Wind") The majority of Changelings appeared to favor either a male or female form, even when impersonating individual solids. (DS9: "The Search, Part I", "Heart of Stone", "The Adversary") It was unknown if this indicated a true biological gender or gender identity, or was simply a matter of personal preference. Changelings could experience feelings of physical attraction and love towards solids, and were capable of sexual intercourse with them, and with each other while in humanoid form. However, a Changeling could not have children with a solid. (DS9: "Crossfire", "A Simple Investigation", "Favor the Bold", "Chimera")

Changelings began their lives in an "infant" state, as a small quantity of seemingly inanimate liquid. In this state they were capable of limited shapeshifting, usually into simple geometric shapes, and responding to external stimuli such as moving away from an electrical charge. Over time they developed into maturity, increasing in mass and gaining greater understanding of their surroundings and control over their shapeshifting abilities, eventually becoming capable of verbal communication and assuming complex forms. (DS9: "The Alternate", "The Begotten") Dr. Bashir once jokingly suggested that Changelings may experience an equivalent to puberty or menopause (DS9: "Broken Link").

Despite the existence of infants, it was unknown how Changelings reproduced. Garak expressed doubt over whether or not Changelings have mothers. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior") Changelings regarded all other members of their species as their "family", although it is unclear if this indicated a genetic relationship, or merely a social one. (DS9: "The Search, Part II")

A Changeling could also be transformed by the Great Link into a solid permanently. (DS9: "Broken Link") Also, an infant Changeling once transformed Odo into a Changeling again by absorbing itself into his body, but it had also been dying at the time, so it is unknown how this would have normally affected the 'giver'. (DS9: "The Begotten")

Modified Changelings[]

Titus Rikka, exposed

The liquid form of a modified Changeling

During the Dominion War, Section 31 conducted secret experiments on Changeling prisoners of war on Daystrom Station. Termed Project Proteus, these torturous procedures were designed to create better infiltrators. One known chemical compound used in the experiments as a stabilizing agent was thelomium-847. One of the test subjects, later called Vadic, escaped and killed the lead scientist before freeing her fellow prisoners. Vadic discovered that they could transmit their new abilities to regular Changelings by linking with them. In the process, the modified Changelings also lost their orange liquid appearance for a reddish and more gelatinous natural form.

Those new Changelings were able to mimic the internal organs, fluids, and cellular biology of the solids without DNA, being able to pass the detection tests inherited from the Dominion War. Even after being killed, they kept their disguises, only returning to their natural state after being cut into small pieces.

Their modified biology, however, also made Vadic's followers vulnerable to the same weaknesses as the solid whose forms they mimicked, such as blades or even the coldness of space. Choosing to become modified also meant sacrificing their longevity for a much shortened life span, and to experience constant pain for the rest of their life. They, or at least younger and inexperienced ones, still needed to return to their natural form after some time, or else their disguise would wobble from exhaustion. Also, contrary to regular Changelings, Betazoids could feel evolved Changelings' emotions and sense that something wasn't right when approached by an impostor. (PIC: "Seventeen Seconds", "No Win Scenario", "Imposters", "Dominion", "Surrender")

As minute amounts of thelomium-847 remained within the experimented Changelings and were spread to any Changeling that chose to be modified, this could be used to track them using sensors. (PIC: "Dominion")


Changeling culture revolved around the Great Link and shapeshifting. While in the Link, a Changeling had little sense of time or its individual self, and saw itself as a part in a larger whole. Changelings hated to be separated from their people, and would seek out the company of other Changelings with whom they had personal conflicts rather than remain alone. (DS9: "Behind the Lines") Changelings considered linking with one another the ultimate form of intimacy, and many found spoken language and other expressions of intimacy such as sex limited. (DS9: "Favor the Bold") Being in the Link was described as "paradise" for a Changeling, and even Odo, who bitterly opposed the goals of the Founders dreamed of returning to it. (DS9: "The Die is Cast", "Sacrifice of Angels")

Most Changelings, including Odo, displayed a marked preference for order, efficiency, and following rules, which Odo interpreted through the lens of justice but other Changelings viewed through the lens of control. (DS9: "Necessary Evil", "The Search, Part II") Odo once commented to Worf that "My people have an innate need for order", suggesting the compulsion may be biological in origin. (DS9: "Crossfire")

Throughout their entire history, no Changeling had ever harmed another. (DS9: "Broken Link") Above all else, the Changelings wanted their people to all be united in the Great Link, and renegades such as Odo were given ample opportunities to return home with all transgressions forgiven. Weyoun 4 informed Odo that the Founders wanted him back after he first rejected them. (DS9: "To the Death") The Changeling who impersonated Colonel Lovok allowed Odo to leave the Battle of the Omarion Nebula unharmed, and the impostor Krajensky attempted to convince him to escape the self-destructing Defiant with it. (DS9: "The Die is Cast", "The Adversary") The Female Changeling prioritized returning Odo, who was previously banished, back to the Link over the outcome of the Dominion War. (DS9: "Favor the Bold")

Shapeshifting gave Changelings physical empathy with other lifeforms, allowing them to gain knowledge of them, though they spent most of their existence in the Great Link. (DS9: "The Search, Part II", "Chimera")

The modified Changeling faction led by Vadic was known to have abandoned the notion of not harming their own kind. Possibly regarding their goal of revenge against the Federation to ultimately be more important, they were willing to execute any member that spoke up against Vadic's decisions. (PIC: "The Bounty")



In 2380, when Beckett Mariner was suspicious about Brad Boimler's relationship with Barbara Brinson, she included Changelings in her list of what Barbara might be. (LD: "Cupid's Errant Arrow")

In contrast, in the same year conspiracy theorist Steve Levy claimed that Changelings were not real, and that "the Dominion War didn't happen." (LD: "No Small Parts")

At some point between the end of the Dominion War and 2401, a group of Changelings, still bitter over losing the Dominion War, broke off from the Great Link to seek revenge. To that end, one Changeling took the form of a Human under the name Titus Rikka in 2401 and procured a quantum tunneling device from Daystrom Station, using it to destroy the Starfleet recruitment center in District Seven at M'talas Prime. (PIC: "The Next Generation"). Another Changeling infiltrated the USS Titan-A and replaced a member of the crew, Ensign Eli Foster. (PIC: "Seventeen Seconds") Vadic and her crew were defeated by the Titan-A and their ship, the Shrike, was destroyed. (PIC: "Surrender") It was subsequently revealed that Vadic's faction were working with the Borg, infiltrating the Federation to set up a Borg takeover as revenge for their defeat in the Dominion War. (PIC: "Võx") Following the destruction of the Borg, Admiral Beverly Crusher was able to devise a way to privately scan for irregularities, allowing Starfleet to detect Changeling infiltrators and Vadic's cohorts were rounded up and arrested. As they were in constant need for information, the Changelings kept but did not kill many of their targets whom Starfleet was able to find and rescue, including Tuvok. (PIC: "The Last Generation")

Mirror universe[]

In the mirror universe, the Bajoran wormhole remained undiscovered as of 2375. Therefore, Changelings and other species native to the Gamma Quadrant remained unknown to the peoples of the Alpha Quadrant. The only exception was Odo, who was killed on Terok Nor during a workers' revolt in 2370. (DS9: "Crossover")





A list of all appearances of Changelings (excluding the regular appearances of Odo):

Background information[]

Examining the species[]

The writers of DS9 believed there was a common "rigidity" among both the Founders and Odo. Robert Hewitt Wolfe described this characteristic as basically being "an obsessive-compulsive control freak." (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, p. 300)

DS9: "Chimera" and DS9: "Children of Time" confirms that Changelings have a life span of at least two hundred years, though Laas and Odo, being part of the Hundred, were not expected to reach the Great Link for another three hundred years in the late 27th century, indicating Changelings could live for at least five hundred years. It has also been suggested that Changelings might be immortal, with the Female Changeling remarking (in "Favor the Bold"), "You are a Changeling, you are timeless" – a logical assumption, given that the cellular structure of Changelings appears to be so fundamentally unique that it is incapable of decay.

Though Odo and Laas have been described as male and the Female Changeling as female, it is unclear what anatomical differences, if any, exist between male and female Changelings. Odo was able to assume the form of the Female Changeling, in "Tacking Into the Wind".

Also, although an infant Changeling appears in DS9: "The Begotten", it is never made clear exactly how Changelings reproduce. Odo did display romantic affection for some female humanoids, most notably Kira Nerys, and was capable of sexual intercourse with humanoid species. He even had a sexual encounter with the Female Changeling, suggesting that two Changelings can mate in humanoid form, though the Female Changeling considered this version of intimacy unnecessary for their race, and pale compared to the Great Link. (DS9: "A Simple Investigation", "Favor the Bold") Ronald D. Moore opined that Odo could not reproduce with solids as he did not have the "authentic... gear" to fertilize an egg. (AOL chat, 1997)

The Changelings frequently assumed a form similar to that of Odo; however, Odo's unique appearance was the product of his difficulty with assuming convincing humanoid forms, not mandated by his racial makeup. Other Changelings have no difficulty with assuming convincing humanoid forms. The first time this was established was in "Heart of Stone". "Not only do they look like you, but they copy your brain and know what you know. That's very dangerous," said René Echevarria. (Captains' Logs Supplemental - The Unauthorized Guide to the New Trek Voyages, p. 91) As the Changelings other than Odo are capable of looking identical to humanoids, they must therefore assume an Odo-like form out of choice. This may be because, before meeting Odo and the races of the Alpha Quadrant, they had no need to reveal themselves individually to outsiders, and thus had no need for a unique humanoid form to differentiate themselves from other species. Odo would have provided them with a useful template. Ronald D. Moore commented, "Odo modeled his look after Dr. Mora and the Founders then modeled their look after Odo. They did this initially as a compliment and way of reaching out to their long-lost Changeling, and later they kept doing it as a dig and reminder to him of his own limitations." (AOL chat, 1997) Although much older than Odo, Laas also seemed to have similar facial features, probably because of the same reason. Having been found by the Varalans, it can be assumed that the unique bumps on his forehead are typical Valaran features. (However, Odo doesn't have the Bajoran facial features of Mora Pol and other Bajorans; he comments in DS9: "Past Prologue" that he always had trouble with their noses.)

The Female Changeling appears to be left-handed in "What You Leave Behind". However, Odo seems to be right-handed during the course of the series. It is unclear whether a Changeling has a dominant hand when assuming humanoid form, or simply chooses which hand to use for different tasks.

Odo assumes the shape of a computer in "Paradise Lost", but it is unknown whether he could simply mimic the computer's form or whether he could actually perform the complex calculations a computer makes.

Changelings do grow physically, to a point; as Changelings don't eat or drink, it is unclear exactly where the 'new' mass and energy come from. In "When It Rains...", Julian Bashir asks Odo for a sample of his liquid form, and Odo only agrees on the condition that he will get it back after Bashir's tests are complete.

The articulated goo of the Changelings was probably one of the most challenging special effects to create for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The standard process of creating the effect and inserting it into scenes typically involved action plates, background plates, blue-screen photography, and CGI, all integrated together, as seamlessly as possible. The Changeling goo (also known as "Odo goo") was specially designed computer animation. There was also a generic wire-frame CGI model that could be animated for representing the beginning of a Changeling transforming from its liquid state into its humanoid form. (Cinefantastique, Vol. 27, No. 4/5, p. 104)

Episodic developments[]

Apart from Odo, Changelings were first mentioned in DS9: "Vortex". In DS9: "The Alternate", it is suggested that a malevolent Changeling (who turns out to be Odo) is responsible for several attacks on space station Deep Space 9, although Ira Steven Behr was unimpressed with this plot point. "The red herring didn't quite work for me all that much," Behr commented, "but it's window dressing [....] It doesn't annoy you because you're buying the package." (Captains' Logs Supplemental - The Unauthorized Guide to the New Trek Voyages, p. 68) Changelings other than Odo were referred to again in DS9: "Shadowplay", which Robert Hewitt Wolfe noted was one of the first mentions of the Changelings having a mythology and being mythological lifeforms. "[It] was a really nice bit. It's just one of those things; it's like that little seed that you start rolling down the hill, and it just gets bigger and bigger." ("Section 31: Hidden File 02", DS9 Season 2 DVD special features)

The Changelings were thereafter introduced in DS9: "The Search, Part I". In that episode and "The Search, Part II", Michael Westmore was required to create the makeup for the Founders as well as Odo. For the non-speaking Founders, Westmore simply used foam latex appliances from the exact same molds as were used for Odo. The makeup designer specifically requested casting, for these parts, actors whose faces were similar in size to Odo actor Rene Auberjonois. For each of the Founders with dialogue, a mold was taken of their face then an Odo-like mask was sculpted over it. Explained Westmore, "It's all one solid piece that glues down around the mouth and eyes. The problem with that face is it has to line up perfectly with the mouth and eyes." (Cinefantastique, Vol. 27, No. 4/5, p. 113) Another issue with the Changeling makeup during the making of the "The Search" two-parter was that each mask could be accidentally broken by its wearer laughing. (Starlog, issue #222, p. 30) Although the makeup department attempted to use the Odo mask for other Changelings as they started appearing, some of the faces of the performers portraying main Changeling characters were so unique and different that Auberjonois' mask couldn't be a one-size-fits-all prosthetic appliance. Consequently, the makeup department ultimately had to craft new masks for principal Changelings. A typical example of such makeup (Odo's) usually took two hours to apply. (Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts, pp. 137 & 139)

The sophistication of the average morphing shot was increased tenfold for DS9: "The Adversary". Visual Effects Supervisor Glenn Neufeld was hugely surprised by the complexity of that footage, which the visual effects team had only six weeks to do. (Cinefantastique, Vol. 27, No. 4/5, p. 105) Morphs performed by Changelings in "The Adversary" were actually designed by Glenn Neufeld and executed with CGI by VisionArt Design & Animation. (Cinefantastique, Vol. 27, No. 4/5, p. 114) "We had a ton of morphs," said David Livingston. "You're never going to see more morphs in forty-three minutes than you will on this show." The extreme amount of morphs in "The Adversary" resulted in the episode having an unusually long production period. (Captains' Logs Supplemental - The Unauthorized Guide to the New Trek Voyages, p. 99) Michael Eddington actor Kenneth Marshall witnessed, first hand, the shooting of some of the footage required for the morphs. "It's fascinating how they do the morph sequences," he commented. "I haven't actually seen them do the special FX, but they shoot it three different ways on the set. In the last shot, everyone tiptoes off the set so as not to disturb anything even a fraction of an inch." (The Official Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Magazine issue 15, p. 53)

Due to the Founders infiltrating the Alpha Quadrant, there was much conjecture about which of the characters might be a Changeling. "Many people have gone down many different paths with [speculating] who is a changeling and who isn't," observed Ira Steven Behr. "There's some great theories." (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, p. 43)

More Changeling sequences were created in CGI for "The Begotten", involving Odo and the Changeling infant in separate shots. For one scene in which Odo watches the baby Changeling shape-shift into a rough approximation of his face, the two Changeling characters were filmed on either side of a split-screen shot. Also, both footage of Odo transforming into a hawk in "The Begotten" as well as a shot showing the demise of a slowly dying Founder in "The Ship" were created with CGI done by VisionArt. (Cinefantastique, Vol. 29, Nos. 6/7, pp. 41 & 42)

Several shots of Changelings were also created with visual effects for DS9: "Chimera". In that case, the footage included Laas in the form of a fish-like creature, flying through space, and Odo representing shimmering lights. Both shape-shifting sequences were worked on by Visual Effects Supervisor David Stipes, Visual Effects Coordinator Adam Buckner, and CGI effects company Digital Muse, where Matt Merkovich participated in rendering the footage as CGI with the computer program LightWave 3D. Stipes was impressed by both of the two sequences. (Cinefantastique, Vol. 32, Nos. 4/5, pp. 64, 65 & 66)

Robert Hewitt Wolfe remarked that the figurative seed he imagined being rolled down a hill with the advent of Changeling mythology in "Shadowplay" was, by the conclusion of the series, "just huge." ("Section 31: Hidden File 02", DS9 Season 2 DVD special features)

Morphs done by Changelings in DS9 series finalé "What You Leave Behind" were created by Digital Muse and were intended to be as similar as possible to the other morphs in the series. "David Lombardi is doing some of them, and Brad Hayes," noted David Stipes. (Cinefantastique, Vol. 32, Nos. 4/5, p. 90)


In the Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novella Olympus Descending, Odo learns from an elder Changeling that there are no "infant" Changelings, but just Changelings that are kept separate from the rest of the Great Link, as Changelings cannot reproduce since the departure of the ancient Progenitor centuries ago; Odo, Laas and the rest of the Hundred were sent out to find the Progenitor. During the novel, Odo discovers what appears to be the corpse of the Progenitor, prompting the rest of the Link to disperse, leaving Odo and Laas as the only two Changelings left to manage the Dominion.

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