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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Rules of Accusation

Release DateJuly 2016
Series

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Year
December 2385
Rating4.08 (155 ratings) on GoodreadsRating last updated September 29, 2019
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Quark’s Public House, Café, Gaming Emporium, Holosuite Arcade, and Ferengi Embassy can’t legitimately be called an embassy until the Grand Nagus dedicates it as such.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Rules of Accusation
Timeline
October 13, 2385
to October 27, 2385
Peaceable Kingdoms (The Fall #5)
November, 2385 Absent Enemies (Titan #10)
November, 2385 The Light Fantastic (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
November, 2385 The Missing (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
November, 2385 Takedown (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
December, 2385 Rules of Accusation (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
December, 2385 Sacraments of Fire (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
January, 2386 Armageddon's Arrow (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
January 2, 2386
to January 9, 2386
Force and Motion (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
January, 2386 Ascendance (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
January, 2386 I, The Constable (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
Publisher Description
An original eNovella set in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine universe!On the space station Deep Space 9, Quark’s Public House, Café, Gaming Emporium, Holosuite Arcade, and Ferengi Embassy can’t legitimately be called an embassy until the Grand Nagus—namely, Quark’s brother Rom—dedicates it as such. Not that Quark really cares about Ferengi protocol, but a well-publicized dedication ceremony will naturally draw people to the bar. Everybody loves a good open house—free appetizers, half-price drinks, door prizes, etc.—all of which Quark can write off as Embassy expenses. It’s a win-win situation, with him on both sides of the win. There’s even a plan to display the original scroll of the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition—which no one has seen for decades given that it’s been held in protective storage—and charge patrons by the minute to look at it up close. Nothing, of course, could possibly go wrong with this big plan. Absolutely nothing at all…