"I am Tosk."
– Tosk, 2369 ("Captive Pursuit")

Tosk was a Tosk who lived during the 24th century.

In 2369, Tosk became the first visitor to the Alpha Quadrant through the Bajoran wormhole. He was convinced to dock at Starbase Deep Space 9 for repairs. Tosk's ship was a one-person vessel, with standard systems, which enabled Chief O'Brien to repair his ship easily. O'Brien later helped the Tosk evade the Hunters, to retain his honor, rather than be captured alive. (DS9: "Captive Pursuit")

Memorable quotes Edit

"I am Tosk."
"That's your name, or your species?"
"I am Tosk."

- Tosk and O'Brien

"How about you... are you an explorer, or scientist?"
"I am Tosk."

- O'Brien and Tosk

"I am Tosk."
"I'm sure you are."

- Tosk and Odo

"I am sorry. I have no vices for you to exploit."

- Tosk speaking to Quark

"I have no use for fantasy adventure. I live the greatest adventure one could ever desire."

- Tosk speaking to Quark

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Background information Edit

Shooting Captive Pursuit

Filming Tosk

The Tosk seen in "Captive Pursuit" was played by Scott MacDonald, with stunt work performed by Tom Morga.

The character was the only Tosk ever to appear in a canon production. Regarding MacDonald's portrayal of Tosk, O'Brien actor Colm Meaney remarked, "He gave a great performance." (The Official Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Magazine issue 5, pp. 8-9)

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