Encyclopedia note

Regarding the footnote: "The Encyclopedia notes that Evek was believed killed, but there was no indication that the ship was in danger of being destroyed."

It was mentioned in VOY: "The Voyager Conspiracy" that a Cardassian warship was pulled into the Delta Quadrant and later returned, only to be destroyed by the Maquis...or something to that extent it was somehow mentioned that his ship was destroyed sometime between the teaser and USS Voyager entering the Badlands. --FuturamaGuy 19:37, 21 Sep 2004 (CEST)

I know this was an ancient discussion, but I just came across these lines of dialogue again today, and made me think... Seven's theory (based on apparent facts) that (regarding the Cardassian warship in question) was:
  1. "I've analyzed the hull geometry and warp signature. It was one of the same ships that were pursuing Chakotay and his crew in the region known as the Badlands. "
    1. "It was pulled into the Delta Quadrant by the Caretaker during that engagement."
    2. "According to Federation records, that same Cardassian warship was found destroyed in the Badlands. The investigation revealed that it was attacked by the Maquis."
The tricky part begins where her theory begins:
  1. "I believe that for some unknown reason the Caretaker had sent this ship back to the Alpha Quadrant, and that Commander Chakotay attacked the vessel before it could reach its destination."
Which makes no useful sense to me, but the fact that Federation records show Evek's ship is destroyed, and the sudden absence of Evek in the ST universe does add up to the Encyclopedia's explanation. --Alan (talk) 16:39, January 4, 2019 (UTC)

Appearances layout

Which is better:

By Series?

The preceding unsigned comment was added by Tough Little Ship (talk • contribs).

It should be chronological. --Alan del Beccio 21:13, 7 Aug 2005 (UTC)


Unnecessary note

As "Playing God" does not mention any stardate, we do not know whether it takes place before or after TNG: "Journey's End", which first aired only one month later. Furthermore, Poe's role in "Playing God" is merely identified as "Cardassian".

I have removed the above note as it's unnecessary. We don't note what isn't known. --| TrekFan Open a channel 09:54, March 18, 2018 (UTC)

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