Klingons had been terrifying adversaries within the unique collection of “Star Trek,” however their tradition and society had been largely ignored. With “The Subsequent Technology,” audiences had been launched to the primary Klingon Starfleet officer ever: Worf, son of Mogh. Descended from a noble home however raised by people after the tragic deaths of his mother and father within the Romulan assault on Khitomer, Worf turned an attention-grabbing mixture of his Klingon nature and human upbringing. Raised by the Rozhenko household, partially of their ancestral homeland of Russia, Worf realized many human traits and tendencies. When he was a teen, he left to stick with Klingon kin and bear his ceremony of MajQa, which serves as a ceremony of passage from childhood to maturity for Klingons. Whereas present process the MajQa, the spirit of the nice Klingon hero Kahless seems earlier than him and tells him that he’ll do one thing no different Klingon has ever carried out earlier than.
Worf finally ends up carrying out many issues that no different Klingon had carried out earlier than and helps relations between the Federation and the Klingon Empire, ultimately changing into the Federation Ambassador to the Klingon homeworld, Qo’noS. He additionally took the autumn for the Klingon Empire and misplaced his home’s honor with a purpose to do the best factor, then cleared his household’s identify with the assistance of his half-human mate, Okay’Ehleyr, and killed the person who framed him. He helped elevate a son named Alexander, married the unimaginable Trill science officer Jadzia Dax (Terry Farrell), and even defeated the mad Chancellor of the empire, Gowron, earlier than passing on being Chancellor himself and giving the title to Normal Martok (John Garman Hertzler Jr.). He’s, in no unsure phrases, a complete badass.