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  • The rumors turned out to be true, however, and after several days of concentrated effort Sen had managed to make contact with one of those Verengi, an official who styled himself the vice-nagus and whose initial starting point for negotiations involved a twenty-five-thousand-word legal document outlining the various exceptions to the safe haven Sen was asking for.

    Rosetta

  • Troi smiled at that, seeing the nagus was actually a man willing to listen to others.

    Doors Into Chaos

  • The nagus and the men exchanged looks and Troi watched in fascination, not being able to fully discern the obvious power play going on.

    Doors Into Chaos

  • “Why would the nagus send us to fight,” Clax asked.

    Doors Into Chaos

  • The nagus is shouting on all channels that the Long Night is actually the Nibix, and Hibar Ribe, the head of the Jibetian Council, is hailing the Defiant.

    The Long Night

  • Then the nagus blinked, realizing he had made an error.

    The Long Night

  • Unless you can offer me latinum or a place on the Nibix, you are wasting my time, the nagus said.

    The Long Night

  • "The nagus is outside the station, and when he learns that I didn't tell him about the Nibix, he'll be after my hide."

    The Long Night

  • He had the better part of the deal, although the nagus didn't know that.

    The Long Night

  • "But we are being hailed by eleven different ships, including the nagus."

    The Long Night

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