The Deep Space Nine Relaunch is a novel and comic book series that continues the story of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine after the end of the television series. The series continues several plot threads from the television series, such as Bajor's admission to the Federation, while also introducing it's own new storylines. Since several members of the TV cast left in final episode, new characters were introduced to the series to replace them.
Entries in SeriesEdit
- The Left Hand of Destiny
- The Lives of Dax
- Ezri: Second Star To The Right...
- Lela: First Steps
- Tobin: Dead Man's Hand
- Emony: Old Souls
- Torias: Infinity
- Joran: Allegro Ouroboros in D Minor
- Curzon: The Music Between The Notes
- Jadzia: Reflections
- Ezri: ...And Straight on 'til Morning
- A Stitch in TIme
- Section 31: Abyss
- Divided We Fall
- Mission Gamma
- Rising Son
- Worlds of Deep Space Nine
- Fearful Symmetry
- The Soul Key
- The Never Ending Sacrifice
- Typhon Pact:
- The Fall:
- Lust's Latinum Lost (and Found)
- Section 31: Disavowed
- The Missing
- Sacraments of Fire
- Force and Motion
- Rules of Accusation
Kira Nerys: A former member of the Bajoran Resistance, following the end of the Occupation Kira became first officer of Deep Space Nine. Following the departure of the station's first commander, Benjamin SIsko, Kira takes over command of Deep Space Nine.
Julian Bashir: The Chief Medical Officer of Deep Space Nine.
Ezri Dax: The ninth host of the Trill symbiont know as Dax, she originally join the crew of DS9 as it's counselor. After taking command of the Defiant during an attack on DS9, Ezri decides to switch to Command Track and becomes first officer of the Defiant.
Nog: The nephew of DS9's resident bar owner Quark, and son of the current Ferengi Grand Nagus, Rom, Nog is the first Ferengi in Starfleet. After graduation from Starfleet Academy Nog joined the station's engineering crew. Following the departure of the station's first Chief of Operations Miles O'Brien, Nog takes over.
Benjamin Sisko: The first commanding officer of DS9 and the Emissary to the Bajoran Prophets, a race of non-corporeal aliens who reside in a nearby wormhole. Following the end of the Dominion War Sisko joins the Prophets in the wormhole.
Kasidy Yates: The second wife of Benjamin Sisko and Captain of the civilian freighter SS Xhosa. As the wife of The Emissary and the mother of his second child Yates finds herself becoming an important figure to the Bajoran faithful.
Prynn Tenmei: The estranged daughter of Elias Vaughn and the Defiant's new navigator.