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# 4
11-17-2012, 06:54 AM
Originally Posted by hevach View Post
D'tan himself could benefit. He's notifying his benefactors that there is a competing offer on the table and if they don't step up support he may not be able to refuse it forever.

And of course if the Tal Shiar can breach his security so easily that an apparently unarmed agent can get into his office undetected, he can't just fire off a broadcast to all the supporting ships in the area. He wants to leave the subterfuge behind him, but it's uses still aren't lost on him.
Good point. It is nice for adding urgency to our efforts... and does help sell Klingon involvement as well since, from what I gather, the Klingon decision to be there at all is pretty brutally pragmatic. (Ie. Romulans -- not so great. But better to have these Romulans stable and self-sufficient than joining the Federation or Tal Shiar.)