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Summary:

 

A dangerously depressed Garak goes to desperate measures to find help.

 

Similar to the previous episode, this is of course also an already officially published story, Andrew J Robinson's direct sequel to the rightly lauded A Stitch in Time (which I had previously adapted as part of season 8). Again, I chose to adapt an existing story because it fit my plans for the season perfectly. In fact, much of the Cardassian storyline over the entire season has been written with the knowledge that I was coming to this point.

When this story was first released, I think it confused some readers. I have tweaked a few small aspects, hopefully made some things clearer. I also dug in and found the way in which this story slots seamlessly in with the larger developing arc of the season, as you'll see in the final act.

Unlike with "Reservoir Ferengi," I do not have official permission to upload this story, mostly because I do not have the ability to ask for that permission. The same caveat applies: I lay no claim to the original storyline, dialogue or scene descriptions, which come almost entirely from Andrew's story and are his intellectual property. If anyone objects to my uploading this, please tell me and I will happily remove it with apologies. No offence is intended. I also heartily recommend that everyone buy the book in which "The Calling" first appears - the excellent DS9 collection Prophecy and Change, available here.

 

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Rated: K
Categories: Deep Space Nine Characters: Garak, Elim
Genre: Drama
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: DS9 Season 10 - 'Ascension'
Chapters: 6 Completed: Yes
Word count: 11145 Read: 11928
Published: 02 May 2012 Updated: 02 May 2012

1. Teaser by lvsxy808 [Reviews - 0] (863 words)

2. Act One by lvsxy808 [Reviews - 0] (1950 words)

3. Act Two by lvsxy808 [Reviews - 0] (1832 words)

4. Act Three by lvsxy808 [Reviews - 0] (1385 words)

5. Act Four by lvsxy808 [Reviews - 0] (2220 words)

6. Act Five by lvsxy808 [Reviews - 0] (2895 words)