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Gestalus-ru was a [[Vahni]] sport, which required more than three dozen players on a team, featured round-robin play within a single game, and had such complicated, many-conditioned rules that [[Captain]] [[Sisko, Benjamin|Benjamin Sisko]] of the [[U.S.S. Robinson NCC-71842|U.S.S. ''Robinson'' NCC-71842]] found it impenetrable.<ref name="Plagues" />
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Gestalus-ru was a [[Vahni]] sport, which required more than three dozen players on a team, featured round-robin play within a single game, and had such complicated, many-conditioned rules that [[Captain]] [[Sisko, Benjamin|Benjamin Sisko]] of the [[U.S.S. Robinson NCC-71842|U.S.S. ''Robinson'' NCC-71842]] found it impenetrable.<ref name="Plagues"/>
  
 
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<ref name="Plagues">[[Plagues of Night (Novel)|"Plagues of Night"]]. ''[[Star Trek: Typhon Pact]]'' Novel. Simon &amp; Schuster/Pocket Books, May 2012.</ref>
 
<ref name="Plagues">[[Plagues of Night (Novel)|"Plagues of Night"]]. ''[[Star Trek: Typhon Pact]]'' Novel. Simon &amp; Schuster/Pocket Books, May 2012.</ref>
 
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Revision as of 09:54, 22 July 2018

Gestalus-ru was a Vahni sport, which required more than three dozen players on a team, featured round-robin play within a single game, and had such complicated, many-conditioned rules that Captain Benjamin Sisko of the U.S.S. Robinson NCC-71842 found it impenetrable.[1]

References
  1. "Plagues of Night". Star Trek: Typhon Pact Novel. Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books, May 2012.