Does anyone know where the spelling "derada" comes from? I wrote this article when I was very, very new here and just used the spelling that was in the red link on the "Night" page, but as I pointed out myself, the Star Trek: Voyager Companion spells it "durotta" as does the transcript at Chrissie's (formerly Chekoteya's) Transcripts Site. Should it be moved from this spelling to "Durotta"? - Bridge 09:43, 26 May 2008 (UTC)

Indeed, the evidence for "Durotta" being the definitive spelling seems pretty convincing. A move seems to be the sensible solution. --Jayunderscorezero 19:10, 26 May 2008 (UTC)
At a Christmas Market two wood toy makers had this game, both called it Durotta. I'm guessing that Durotta is a non trade marked name for the game with MB owning the name Quarto. Lt.Lovett 15:29, 24 December 2008 (UTC)
I wouldn't call that evidence "pretty convincing"....nor exactly trust that transcript site's spelling with my ugly redheaded stepchild either (what's their source afterall?). --Alan 19:05, 24 December 2008 (UTC)

This article may need to be updated. The board game used is that of the game Quarto. What's interesting is that, similar to the game Quarto itself, the game is played by handing the next piece the other player must then play.