Star Journey Affirms The Primary Locating Of The Disobedient Since DS9

Star Journey: Prodigy's "Supernova, Portion 1" sees the USS Protostar catching by a Starfleet task force that incorporates Profound Space Nine's USS Rebellious.

Warning: SPOILERS for Star Trek: Prodigy Season 1, Episode 19 - "Supernova, Part 1"

The USS Insubordinate returned in Star Journey: Wonder scene 19, which was the "extreme small ship's" to begin with appearance since the conclusion of Star Journey: Profound Space Nine. In "Supernova, Portion 1," the Living Build send the USS Protostar into League space, where it was capturing by a Starfleet naval force. This was the Vau'Nakats' arrange so that the Living Develop might send its flag to Starfleet, making the League starships crush themselves.

On board the USS Protostar, Dal R'El (Brett Gray), Gwyn (Ella Purnell), and the adolescent team had to battle off Asencia (Jameela Jamal), the Soothsayer (John Respectable), and Deadnok (Jimmi Simpson). Shockingly, the kids were overpowered and couldn't halt Asencia from physically actuating the Living Build. Ascencia slaughtered the Seer, who attempted to ensure his girl Gwyn, and gotten away with Drednok. The Protostar's youthful heroes were defenseless to halt the Living Construct's flag from undermining each Starfleet transport, counting Chief of naval operations Kathryn Janeway's (Kate Mulgrew) USS Dauntless, and the USS Rebellious.

Star Trek: Prodigy Shows The Defiant For The First Time Since DS9

The Disobedient is portion of the Starfleet task force sent to captured the Protostar, and it's unquestionably the same starship once commanded by Captain Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks) in Star Journey: Profound Space Nine. The Insubordinate is clearly seen on-screen, with its call sign, NCC-74205, clearly unmistakable. Of course, this isn't the initial Disobedient, which was devastated in DS9 season 7. It's the moment, substitution Rebellious, once the USS Sao Paulo, which was rechristened as the USS Disobedient and made a difference Sisko win the Domain War. But to Star Journey: Profound Space Nine fans, it's essentially the Disobedient.

Shockingly, the Rebellious was as defenseless as the rest of Starfleet to halt the Living Construct's flag, and it had no defense for its frameworks being superseded to fire upon each other adjacent Starfleet transport. Gratefully, the Disobedient wasn't devastated in Star Journey: Wonder, but it took extreme harm and dished out a part of discipline to its sister ships, as well. Whereas there was a see at the Defiant's bridge, none of the Starfleet faculty were identifiable. It's conceivable that after the Domain War was won and Captain Sisko climbed to connect the Prophets, Starfleet may have reassigned the Insubordinate absent from Profound Space Nine.

Star Trek: Lower Decks' DS9 Episode Didn't Show The Defiant

The USS Rebellious showing up in Star Journey: Wonder cheerfully joins Star Journey: Profound Space Nine's later renaissance in liveliness. DS9 made a long-awaited comeback in Star Journey: Lower Decks when the USS Cerritos gone by the previous Cardassian space station so that Captain Carol Freeman (Dawnn Lewis) and her group might meet Colonel Kira Nerys (Nana Guest) and Quark (Armin Shimerman). The Disobedient didn't show up in Lower Decks' DS9 hybrid, but a Defiant-class transport having a place to Segment 31 did show up in Star Journey: Lower Decks season 3, scene 8, "Emergency Point 2: Paradoxus." Ideally, the Disobedient will survive the Living Construct's flag in Star Journey: Prodigy's season 1 finale and the intense small dispatch will keep on flying.

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