Star Trek’s Klingons are an invincible race of warriors who will never bow to anyone or their gods, but a new revelation is turning that lie into truth.
WARNING: Spoilers for Star Trek #2!What has always been said is Klingon They are”more trouble than they’re worth,” according to Worf.and instead of them star trek The best known warrior culture worships ancient warriors known as the haunting Kahless.But IDW Publishing’s New Revelation in the Works Star Trek The series proves the falsehood of many Klingon lore and honors.
according to Klingon tacticsA hardcover reference book by Klingon god Keith RA Decandido existed nearly 3000 years before the time of Careth. They ruled from the top of the world’s great tree, requiring tribute and sacrifice from the primitive peoples of Qo’noS. In return, the gods taught the ancient Klingons how to build buildings out of brick and mortar, and even brought the dead back to life. However, as time went on, the gods demanded more and more worshipers, making it harder for the Klingons to meet each demand, and the rewards became less and less. Seeing themselves as insignificant and unworthy of worship, they united and rebelled against them, led by the mighty Kota. Warriors climbed the great tree and killed the gods. Thus solidified the Klingon hatred of all those who claimed divinity. At least the story was sung by a Klingon warrior.
however, Star Trek #2 Written by Jackson Lanzing and Colin Kelly and drawn by Oleg Chudakov, fans learn that the Klingon race isn’t powerful enough to overcome all the gods in its midst. , a powerful and technologically advanced god-like race of planets within Klingon territory. The Klingon High Council are well aware of their power, and once even tried to subdue them. The campaign went so poorly that the warrior race never tried again, opting instead to isolate them and keep them unhindered by the planet. But even those who claim to be divinity cut deep into the honor of a race of warriors who built their belief systems on narratives of domination over all others.
This is especially frustrating for the clone of Kahless, the current Emperor of the Klingons. S.Tar Trek: Klingon #1 This production by Lanzing, Kelly, and Timothy Green II tells the story of the original Khaless, who built modern Klingon society in battle and honor. This legendary warrior was revered by the Klingons, and his people professed a strong belief that no god was responsible. However, his cloned predecessor was a rather unimpressive figure, and this pseudo-leader of Klingon society is well aware of that and how he is viewed by some of the High Council. With the existence of Sardakesh’s engineers now exposed, there is no doubt that he failed to honor the first Kahless belief that the Klingons should be greater than the gods.
But now there are those in the galaxy who want to kill them, and it is possible that Emperor Khaless sees this as an opportunity to live up to his name. He endangered the peace between the Klingons and the Federation by refusing their requests for help to stop the mysterious new Godkiller. Although we do our best to Klingon May not be on their side in this new war that threatens all Star Trek universe.
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