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Just watched the episode. When Sisko was contacted by Starfleet, he spoke with an Admiral Chakotay. This Admiral bears no resemblance to the Chakotay family featured in Voyager flashbacks.
- That would be because his name is Chekote, not Chakotay. --OuroborosCobra talk 05:47, 7 August 2008 (UTC)
Vedek Bareil's name is misspelt Edit
After the opening credits, in Major Kira's quarters, it comes up at the bottom of the screen, spelt "Vedek Bariel". It should be spelt "Vedek Bareil", obviously! 18.104.22.168 01:51, 28 December 2008 (UTC)
Continuity error Edit
A apparant continuity error exists between this and the previous episode, both featuring rescues bt runabout. In the previous episode they explained that they could only beam up two prisoners at a time (presumably as the runabout has two transporter pads) however in this episode the runabout beams up five possibly six (one man offscreen) people simultaneously. --22.214.171.124 23:52, September 26, 2011 (UTC)
- It isn't necessarily an error; maybe there were special circumstances which only allowed two to be beamed up at that time.--31dot 23:58, September 26, 2011 (UTC)
- An important difference is that the two (really half dozen) prisoners were without combadges in the prior episode, while all members in the following rescue (including Kira Nerys after Dr Bashir handed her one) were wearing combadges. We've all heard the phrase "lock on to my combadge" - I suspect they play a vital role here in either targeting, processing, or both. – The preceding unsigned comment was added by 126.96.36.199 (talk).
Kira's Vision with the Orb of Prophecy & Change Edit
In act two, the scene where Kira has the encounter with the Orb, the article says she's accused of being a blasphemer by Vedek Winn. I do not believe that's what's being done in this vision.
I believe that each of the characters talking to Kira is actually a manifestation of the prophets. The prophets say "listen to me" when appearing as Dax and Bareil, indicating that it is the prophets' will that Bajor go with the Federation and follow Bareil's teachings. When they appear as Vedek Winn, she only says "Blasphemy" literally indicating that this woman is only capable of speaking blasphemy and should not be followed. This interpretation is consistent with what we know of the prophets. In the first episode, they dislike Sisko because he's "adversarial" which is a trait that Winn embraces whole heartedly behind her deceptive smile. It's also consistent with what we know of Winn later becoming an outright servant of the Pa Wraiths.
I believe the article should be changed to reflect this interpretation of the vision. Any one else think so?