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Encyclopedia > Dominion (Star Trek)
Founded: circa 7600 B.C.
Leader: The Founders
Capital: Founder's home planet, Gamma Quadrant
Official language: Dominionese, (see: universal translator)
Currency: Isik

In the fictional Star Trek universe, the Dominion is a ruthless and militaristic Gamma Quadrant state, consisting of many different races, with ultimate power held by the xenophobic Changelings. The Dominion waged war on the United Federation of Planets and its allies in the late 24th century. // Events The south area of Çatalhöyük. ... BC may stand for: Before Christ (see Anno Domini) : an abbreviation used to refer to a year before the beginning of the year count that starts with the supposed year of the birth of Jesus. ... The word leadership can refer to: the process of leading the concept of leading those entities that perform one or more acts of leading. ... Salome Jens as The Female Changeling from Star Trek: Deep Space 9. ... In politics, a capital (also called capital city or political capital — although the latter phrase has a second meaning based on an alternative sense of capital) is the principal city or town associated with a countrys government. ... In the fictional Star Trek series, the Milky Way Galaxy is divided into four quadrants, which are further subdivided into sectors. ... An official language is a language that is given a privileged legal status in a state, or other legally-defined territory. ... The universal translator is a fictional device common to many science fiction works. ... Star Trek is an American science-fiction franchise spanning six television series, ten feature films, hundreds of novels, computer and video games, and other fan stories. ... In the fictional Star Trek series, the Milky Way Galaxy is divided into four quadrants, which are further subdivided into sectors. ... Look up xenophobia in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Salome Jens as The Female Changeling from Star Trek: Deep Space 9. ... This article or section may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... In the Star Trek fictional universe, the United Federation of Planets (UFP) – widely referred to and known as the Federation – is an interstellar federal state of more than 150 member planets and thousands of colonies. ...

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Pre-contact constituents

The Dominion was created over ten thousand years ago when the persecuted Changelings (a non-humanoid race of shape-shifters) decided that the only way they could defend themselves against the "solids" (as the Changelings call all other races) was by bringing them under their control. Unwilling, or unable, to trust existing "solids", the Changelings genetically engineered new slave races to be their diplomats and soldiers. In so doing, they became known as the Founders (or Gods) to their new slaves. Salome Jens as The Female Changeling from Star Trek: Deep Space 9. ... ShapeShifter is a Preference Pane for Mac OS X developed by Unsanity that applies themes to the operating system. ... Genetic engineering, genetic modification (GM), and gene splicing (once in widespread use but now deprecated) are terms for the process of manipulating genes in an organism, usually outside of the organisms normal reproductive process. ...


Their main fighting force are the Jem'Hadar shocktroops, fanatical super-soldiers who require no sleep or food and whose loyalty is ensured by a genetically pre-programmed addiction to the drug ketracel white, as well as an innate genetic veneration of Changelings and a heavy system of indoctrination that prepares Jem'Hadar for lives of devoted service in the interests of the Changelings. The Vorta serve as the Founders' cloned intermediaries acting as Dominion administrators, diplomats, command staff, and scientists. Vorta are primarily known for their duplicity and Machiavellian treachery, though they maintain ultimate service to the Dominion. It has been said that the tree-dwelling ancestors of the Vorta once protected a changeling, and they were elevated to their new role in gratitude. It is highly probable, however, that this story only reflects Dominion mythic propaganda. Both the Vorta and the Jem'Hadar have been conditioned to see the Founders as living gods. Ikatika, a JemHadar soldier in 2373 In the fictional Star Trek universe, the JemHadar are the shock troops of the powerful Dominion located in the Gamma Quadrant. ... In the fictional Star Trek universe, ketracel-white (also known as white for short) is a highly addictive drug which the Dominion uses to control its JemHadar warriors. ... Weyoun, a high-ranking Vorta. ... Weyoun, a high-ranking Vorta. ...


Other races in the Dominion include the Hunters, the navigators and trackers of the Dominion (a Hunter was supposed to appear on a Dominion ship in the episode Broken Link but the idea was dropped so as not to confuse new viewers), and their prey, the Tosk (which are rumored to come from the same 'root' species as the Jem'Hadar). These races appeared in the Deep Space Nine Season One episode "Captive Pursuit." Other Gamma Quadrant races fled their home worlds after being conquered by the Dominion. The Skrreean, for example, flooded Deep Space Nine with refugees after fleeing from their conquered world in the Season Two episode "Sanctuary." Still other races subject to the Dominion provide logistical support: one race manufactures torpedoes for Jem'Hadar ships, another race builds those ships. Only the Vorta and Jem'Hadar have direct contact with the Founders. Hunters are a species who live in the Gamma Quadrant. ... Broken Link is the final fourth-season episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. ... The Tosk are a species who live in the Gamma Quadrant and are part of the Dominion. ... In the fictional Star Trek universe, the Skrreean are a humanoid civilization that lived for some eight hundred years as slaves to the T-Rogorans in the Gamma Quadrant. ...


The actual organization and operation of the Dominion within their Gamma Quadrant empire has not been widely explored. What little we do know suggests that the Dominion operated like an old fashioned "protection racket" with the Vorta/Jem'Hadar keeping the member worlds in check with a combination of platitudes and violence. By dominating the Solids, the Dominion believes that they are preempting the Solids' natural urge to persecute and kill the Founders. One race was condemned to slow decay and death for refusing the Dominion (The Quickening). The Quickening is the title of a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode, from the fourth season. ...


First contact and escalation

The first mention of the Dominion is in "Rules of Acquisition" when Quark was seeking 100,000 vats of tulaberry wine. There were various vague references to them as a major Gamma Quadrant power throughout Deep Space Nine's second season. Rules of Acquisition is the title of a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode, from the second season. ... Quark, son of Keldar and Ishka, is a fictional character in the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, played by Armin Shimerman. ...


The Dominion was unknown to the Alpha Quadrant powers until the discovery of the Bajoran wormhole in 2369, which facilitated exploration of the Gamma Quadrant. In 2370 Jem'Hadar troops annihilated numerous Bajoran and Federation colonies and ships in the Gamma Quadrant and captured Commander Sisko, as the Dominion demanded the Federation stay on their side of the "anomaly". The lead Federation rescue ship, USS Odyssey, was destroyed by a kamikaze attack, as the Dominion also demonstrated an alarming ability to penetrate Federation shielding. As a result of this incident the Federation pulled the Defiant out of storage, complete with a Romulan cloaking device, and began preparations for a drastic increase in Deep Space Nine's defensive capabilities. In the fictional Star Trek series, the Milky Way Galaxy is divided into four quadrants, which are further subdivided into sectors. ... A typical major city on Bajor In the fictional Star Trek universe, Bajor (IPA: /bedʒoɹ/ or /beʒoɹ/) is the homeworld of the Bajorans. ... Captain Benjamin Lafayette Sisko, played by Avery Brooks, is a Starfleet officer and the main character of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. ... In the Star Trek fictional universe, the USS Defiant (NX-74205) is the lead ship of an experimental class of starship. ... Romulans are a fictional alien species in the Star Trek universe. ... Deep Space Nine (DS9) In the Star Trek fictional universe, Deep Space Nine (or DS9 for short) is a space station. ...


A Federation mission the next year to find and make peace with the Founders ended disastrously, when the peace expedition was captured and subject to hallucinogenic manipulation to test the willingness of the Federation to appease the Dominion. As a result of this incident, it was discovered that the reclusive Founders of the organization (previously unseen) were the Changelings. The Changelings justified their actions by the need to protect their species against persecution by Solids, and also spoke of a duty and inclination to "impose order on a chaotic universe."


As a result of the continued Dominion threat, numerous Alpha Quadrant powers acted with increased preparations and paranoia, one expression of which was the Romulan attempt to forcibly collapse the wormhole. Notably, despite the Dominion's warnings the Federation continued to chart the Gamma Quadrant. Founders began infiltrating the Alpha Quadrant, even wreaking havoc on Earth itself. In 2371, the combined intelligence organizations of the Cardassian Union and Romulan Star Empire attempted a strike into the Gamma Quadrant with a cloaked fleet, seeking to destroy the Founder's home planet and cripple the Dominion. Due to intensive Changeling manipulation, this attack force was ambushed while assaulting the abandoned planet, and was completely crushed. This failure severely weakened the Cardassians and Romulans and paved the way for Dominion intrusion into the Alpha Quadrant. Earth (IPA: , often referred to as the Earth, Terra, or Planet Earth) is the third planet in the solar system in terms of distance from the Sun, and the fifth largest. ...


The quadrant was plunged into conflict when the Klingon Empire accused the Cardassian Union of being under the control of the Founders. When the Federation condemned the Klingon attack on Cardassia, Gowron banished Federation citizens from Klingon space, recalled their ambassadors and withdrew from the Khitomer Accords. The Federation and Cardassians fought months of armed combat against the Klingons. It was later revealed by Benjamin Sisko, Worf, Miles O'Brien and Odo that it was the Klingons themselves who unknowingly had a Changeling in their midst, pretending to be General Martok. Gowron rejoined the Khitomer accords and joined to fight the Dominion. The final year of the war featured further alliances, with the Romulans ending their neutrality and opposing the Dominion, while the Breen allied with the Dominion. Klingons (Klingon: tlhIngan) are a warrior race of humanoids in the fictional Star Trek universe. ... In the fictional Star Trek universe, the Cardassian Union is the formal name of the Cardassian civilization in the Alpha Quadrant. ... Gowron is a fictional character of the Star Trek universe. ... In the Star Trek universe, the Khitomer Accords comprised a treaty set down between the Klingon Empire, the United Federation of Planets and the Romulan Empire signed on the planet Khitomer in the year 2293. ... Captain Benjamin Lafayette Sisko, played by Avery Brooks, is a Starfleet officer and the main character of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. ... Worf (Klingon: worIv) is a Klingon Starfleet officer in the Star Trek fictional universe. ... Miles OBrien Miles Edward OBrien is a character in the fictional Star Trek universe, played by Colm Meaney. ... Odo is a shapeshifter played by Rene Auberjonois on the science fiction television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. ... Martok is a fictional character in the Star Trek universe. ... Introduction The Romulans, a fictional race in the Star Trek universe, are descended from Vulcans and are characterized as being deceitful, cunning, and treacherous. ... Breen soldier appearing on Star Trek: Deep Space 9 The Breen are a species in the science fiction franchise Star Trek. ...


Dominion War (2373-2375)

See main article: Dominion War

The Dominion gained a foothold in the Alpha Quadrant when Gul Dukat announced that the Cardassian Union was joining the Dominion in 2373. Open hostilities began a few months later when the Federation mined the wormhole to prevent further Dominion ships from arriving. In response, the Dominion attacked and occupied Deep Space Nine, while a Federation and Klingon task force invaded and destroyed a Dominion shipyard. The Allies suffered brutal losses for over three months, until Captain Sisko organized a task force to retake Deep Space Nine. Forced to move early because of intelligence that the Dominion was on the verge of taking down the minefield, the Federation departed before a full force could be assembled and found themselves blocked and severely outnumbered by a Dominion-Cardassian fleet. After hours of bloody fighting Dominion ships were outflanked by the arrival of a large Klingon fleet, which won the running battle and allowed the Defiant to break through to Deep Space Nine. By the time it had arrived the minefield had been deactivated, but Dominion reinforcements were destroyed in transit by the wormhole aliens known as the Prophets. As a consequence of this military loss, the Dominion fleets withdrew to Cardassian territory. Deep Space Nine continued to be in Federation hands for the duration of the war. This article or section may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ... In the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine television series, Skrain Dukat is a Cardassian leader and a recurring antagonist of Benjamin Sisko. ... Benjamin Sisko (right) speaks with his mother (left), a Bajoran Prophet In the fictional Star Trek universe, the Prophets, also known as Wormhole Aliens, are non-corporeal beings who inhabit the artificially constructed Bajoran wormhole which connects a distant point in the Gamma Quadrant to the Alpha Quadrant, near the...


After this action the war's intensity diminished, and for a time peace negotiations were seriously discussed. Eventually the Dominion went on the offensive again, capturing Betazed in a surprise assault. Threatened with Dominion penetration into the inner sphere of the Federation the Alliance forces were at a disadvantage, but were saved when the Romulan Star Empire entered the war on their side in response to an alleged but faked Dominion plan of assaulting the Empire. With the three main Alpha Quadrant forces fighting against them the Dominion was forced back, with the Alliance even seizing the Cardassian planet of Chin'toka. Betazed is a planet in the fictional television, movie, and book series Star Trek. ... The Chintoka system is the site of the first major offensive action on the part of the Federation, Klingon, and Romulan alliance against the Dominion in the fictional series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. ...


Late in the war, the mysterious race known as the Breen joined forces with the Dominion, and launched a devastating attack against Starfleet Headquarters on Earth (DS9, "The Changing Face of Evil"). Even more disheartening was their use of a unique energy draining device that destroyed hundreds of Alliance ships, with only Klingon ships immune, although a counter to the Breen weapon was later found. Breen soldier appearing on Star Trek: Deep Space 9 The Breen are a species in the science fiction franchise Star Trek. ... Starfleet Command In the Star Trek fictional universe, Starfleet is the paramilitary defense, research, diplomacy, and exploration force of the United Federation of Planets (UFP) with – as of the late 24th century – hundreds of starships and starbases at its disposal. ...


A Cardassian rebellion against Dominion rule formed shortly thereafter under the leadership of Legate Damar, Dukat's successor. The Dominion was finally defeated when, during a final Allied onslaught on Dominion forces in orbit around Cardassia, the Cardassian ships switched sides and aided the Allied fleet. The Dominion, before surrendering, launched a genocidal assault on the Cardassian people in retaliation, killing over 800 million Cardassians. (DS9, "What You Leave Behind") Damar of the Cardassian Union, prior to launching a revolution against the Dominion. ...


The Founders themselves were nearly wiped out by a plague, which was revealed to be a biological weapon engineered by agents of the clandestine Federation agency Section 31, who deliberately infected Odo with it, in the expectation that he would pass it through the Great Link. After the end of hostilities, the Founders were cured when Odo shared the cure with the Female Shapeshifter. Odo went home with all of the Founders and joined the Great Link in order to teach his people about the Solids and hopefully cure their xenophobia. Section 31 is the unofficial designation of a rogue and officially nonexistent intelligence and defense organization resembling secret police or a black-ops organization in the Star Trek fictional universe. ... Odo is a shapeshifter played by Rene Auberjonois on the science fiction television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. ... In the fictional Star Trek universe, the Great Link is the natural state of Changelings on their home planet. ... The Female Shapeshifter is a fictional character in the Star Trek: DS9 universe. ... In the fictional Star Trek universe, the Great Link is the natural state of Changelings on their home planet. ... Look up xenophobia in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


External links

  • Dominion article at Memory Alpha, the Star Trek wiki.
  • The Dominion Arc Full synopses for Dominion related episodes of DS9 at The Great Link website.
  • Dominion Ships Dominion Ships, Images, Info, specifications.

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Dominion (Star Trek) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1490 words)
In the fictional Star Trek universe, the Dominion is a ruthless and militaristic Gamma Quadrant state, consisting of many different races, with ultimate power held by the xenophobic Changelings.
The Dominion was created over ten thousand years ago when the persecuted Changelings (a non-humanoid race of shape-shifters) decided that the only way they could defend themselves against the "solids" (as the Changelings call all other races) was by bringing them under their control.
Threatened with Dominion penetration into the inner sphere of the Federation the Alliance forces were at a disadvantage, but were saved when the Romulan Star Empire entered the war on their side in response to an alleged but faked Dominion plan of assaulting the Empire.
Dominion (Star Trek) | Definition | Information | Explanation | Review | WikiCity.com - Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia, ... (608 words)
The main fighting force of the Dominion are the Jem'Hadar, genetically engineered super-soldiers who require no sleep or food, but who are kept bound to their Dominion masters by an addiction to the drug ketracel white.
The Dominion waged war on the United Federation of Planets and its allies in the 24th century.
The Dominion was unknown to the Alpha Quadrant powers until the discovery of the Bajoran wormhole in 2369, which facilitated exploration of the Gamma Quadrant.
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