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  • It is not nice to copy information (which is COPYRIGHTED) from somebody's website and products without asking permission.--ADB, Inc.
  • The Klingon Empire was the government of the Klingon people formed during the 9th century. It was formed by Kahless the Unforgettable when he united the Klingon homeworld, Qo'nos. After that the Empire would expand it's influence by conquering many star systems.
  • Klingons (Klingon: tlhIngan) are a warrior race in the fictional Star Trek universe. They were recurring antagonists in Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS) and were later featured in all five spin-off series, eventually becoming uneasy allies of the United Federation of Planets. Created by screenwriter Gene Coon, Klingons were introduced in the episode "Errand of Mercy" (1967). They were named for Lieutenant Wilbur Clingan, who served with Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry in the Los Angeles Police Department.[1]
  • The Klingon Empire is the official state of the Klingon race. The empire was founded by Kahless the Unforgettable during the 9th century, who united the Klingon people and the Klingon homeworld, Kronos. The Klingon Chancellor and High Council lead the Empire. Throughout the centuries, the Klingon Empire has expanded throughout the Beta Quadrant, conquering numerous systems and species.
  • Founded in the Spring of the year 2007 the Klingon Empire rose from the remnants of the Western Intelligence Inquisition after a dissolving of their government. The Klingon Empire maintains a diplomatic stance towards solutions due to their size. The Empire is currently accepting members and is growing stronger by the hour. As a Klingon Proverb Reads: "Let us send the cowardly P'taks to Gre'thor even if it means our lives in Stovokor!" Qa'pla'!
  • The Klingon Empire is one of the major superpowers of the Alpha and Beta Quadrants. Its government is a military oligarchy. There are several major houses in the Klingon Empire like the House of Martok, House of Grillka, House of Duras, House of Kor, and House of Mogh. The single most influential person in Klingon politics is Worf, son of Mogh who is responsible for bringing both Gowron and Martok into the chancellorship of the Klingon High Council.
  • The Empire was founded by Kahless the Unforgettable after he united the Klingon homeworld of Qo'noS in the 9th century. The Empire expanded beyond its homeworld though colonization and military conquest to become a major power in its region. During the 23rd century, the Klingon Empire and the United Federation of Planets had a extended period of cold war. This erupted into a brief war in 2267, which was stopped by the intervention of the Organians. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")
  • The Klingon Empire (Klingonese: tlhIngan wo') is an interstellar political entity in the Beta Quadrant, headed by the Klingon Chancellor and High Council, based in the Great Hall in the First City on planet Qo'noS. The empire was begun by Kahless the Unforgettable, who first united the Klingon people. Fifteen hundred years later, Kahless, son of Kahless, a clone of the original Kahless, was installed as Emperor of the Klingon Empire, the first in three centuries, though given no political power. (TNG episode: "Rightful Heir")
  • Officially, the Klingon Empire was a feudal monarchy, with power residing in the Emperor, who was traditionally a descendant of Kahless. However, de facto power lay with the Klingon High Council. The position of emperor was abandoned (but not officially abolished) in the mid-21st century, but was revived in 2369 when a group of clerics created a clone of Kahless, who was accepted as the new Emperor, albeit only as a religious figurehead. (TNG: "Rightful Heir" )
  • The Klingon Empire (also referred to as the Imperial Klingon Empire or Klingon Imperial Empire) was the official state of the Klingon people, founded in the 9th century by Kahless the Unforgettable, who first united the Klingon homeworld of Qo'noS. Since then the Klingon Empire expanded its sphere of influence by conquering numerous systems and incorporating them into the Empire. The Klingon Empire and its culture is warrior like, they have always seen war as the easiest solution to everything and only recur to exploration few times.
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  • It is not nice to copy information (which is COPYRIGHTED) from somebody's website and products without asking permission.--ADB, Inc.
  • The Klingon Empire was the government of the Klingon people formed during the 9th century. It was formed by Kahless the Unforgettable when he united the Klingon homeworld, Qo'nos. After that the Empire would expand it's influence by conquering many star systems.
  • Officially, the Klingon Empire was a feudal monarchy, with power residing in the Emperor, who was traditionally a descendant of Kahless. However, de facto power lay with the Klingon High Council. The position of emperor was abandoned (but not officially abolished) in the mid-21st century, but was revived in 2369 when a group of clerics created a clone of Kahless, who was accepted as the new Emperor, albeit only as a religious figurehead. (TNG: "Rightful Heir" ) The Chancellor, the de facto leader of the Empire, was head of the High Council, which consisted of twenty-four members representing various Great Houses (tuqmey, essentially, the nobility). The Chancellor was protected at all times by the Yan-Isleth (Brotherhood of the Sword). (DS9: "Apocalypse Rising") Women were not normally permitted to hold seats on the High Council. Despite that, Gowron once offered Ambassador K'Ehleyr a seat on the Council in exchange for her support of his bid to be Chancellor. (TNG: "Redemption" , "Reunion" ) Also, Azetbur, the daughter of Chancellor Gorkon, was permitted to succeed him as Chancellor in 2293. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country) It is possible that this was permitted because she was made the head of her house, due to the unusual circumstances of her father's death. The Star Trek VI novelization indicates that Gorkon suspected that something might happen to him on the voyage and had arranged with his allies on the High Council for them to back Azetbur as Chancellor if he were to be killed. The novel Serpents Among the Ruins establishes Azetbur's assassination by a Klingon named Ditagh, who hoped that after her death the more powerful General Kaarg would rise to power. Kaarg would indeed rise to power and it would be him that would forbid women ever on the High Council again. Various factions almost constantly challenged the leadership of the Empire, and so over time the Klingons developed a strict and rigorous Rite of Succession to determine their leader. According to tradition, one was permitted to challenge the leader on the grounds of cowardice or dishonorable conduct and fight in single combat. Should the challenger slay the incumbent, he assumed the role of the new leader. (DS9: "Tacking Into the Wind") Because of the Klingon propensity for violence, shrewd Klingon chancellors redirected hostilities outward, where they would otherwise cause a civil war. In the 2150s, the Klingon chancellor instructed Duras to recapture Jonathan Archer after the latter escaped imprisonment on Rura Penthe. In this way, the chancellor focused the blame for certain internal problems on an external cause. (ENT: "The Expanse") Likewise, Gowron focused his soldiers' energies on invading first the Cardassian Union and later the Federation in order to avoid internal conflicts at home. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior", "Apocalypse Rising") Aside from challenges to the primary leadership of the Empire, there was also frequent feuding between the various Great Houses. Most often, the challenge was made on the floor of the High Council and resolved on the battlefield. However, on occasion, some "dishonorable" House leaders chose to make more insidious attacks by undermining the standing of their enemies. D'Ghor underhandedly attacked the House of Kozak in this way in the early 2370s. (DS9: "The House of Quark")
  • The Empire was founded by Kahless the Unforgettable after he united the Klingon homeworld of Qo'noS in the 9th century. The Empire expanded beyond its homeworld though colonization and military conquest to become a major power in its region. During the 23rd century, the Klingon Empire and the United Federation of Planets had a extended period of cold war. This erupted into a brief war in 2267, which was stopped by the intervention of the Organians. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy") In other continuities, the so-called cold war was not nearly as cold. The FASA RPG posited a Four Years War years before the encounter with the Organians. Many continuities include that war, though they place it at different times. In the continuity of Absolute Horizon, such a conflict broke out c. 2255 though it ended with a cease fire two years later. In 2293, the accidental destruction of the moon Praxis and contamination of Qo'noS saw Klingon Chancellor Gorkon seek a controversial peace treaty with the Federation. Despite efforts on both side to derail the process, which included the assassination of Gorkon and attempted assassination of the Federation President, the historic Khitomer Accords were signed formalising peace between the Klingons and the Federation. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country) In 2372, the Klingon Empire went to war with the Cardassian Union after they came to believe that Changelings were responsible for the overthrow of the military government. The Federation Council denounced the invasion and in response Chancellor Gowron left the Khitomer Accords, ending their alliance with the Federation. After the USS Defiant rescued the Union's civilian goverment and exchanged fire with Klingon warships and the Klingon fleet attacked the Federation-administered Deep Space 9 the Empire and Federation came to the brink of war. It was only averted when Gowron disengaged from the assault when faced with Starfleet reinforcements. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior") In late-2372, the Klingons demanded the Federation leave the Archanis sector, despite ceding it to the UFP a century before. When the Federation refused the demands the Klingons declared war on the Federation. After three months General Martok was exposed as a Changeling who had been manipulating the Klingon Empire and a ceasefire was agreed to between the warring parties. (DS9: "Broken Link", "Apocalypse Rising") In mid-2373, the Cardassian Union joined the Dominion and received a large reinforcement of Jem'Hadar warships and troops. They were able to drive the Klingon Empire from its Cardassian territories. Faced with this new threat Gowron reentered into the alliance with the Federation so to oppose the Dominion. (DS9: "By Inferno's Light") In late-2373, the Klingon Empire joined the Federation in declaring war against the Dominion after the Dominion attacked Deep Space 9. (DS9: "Call to Arms") In 2401, the Klingon Empire was at war against the Lyran Star Empire. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "At the Soapbox Races") Peace was reached and the Klingon Empire has also lowered tuition in late 2401. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "The Defector") In 2475, a group of rogue androids attacked the Empire through the homeworld, which led to a deep-seeded hatred by most Klingons toward androids by the 28th century. (Star Trek: 001: "Alone")
  • Klingons (Klingon: tlhIngan) are a warrior race in the fictional Star Trek universe. They were recurring antagonists in Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS) and were later featured in all five spin-off series, eventually becoming uneasy allies of the United Federation of Planets. Created by screenwriter Gene Coon, Klingons were introduced in the episode "Errand of Mercy" (1967). They were named for Lieutenant Wilbur Clingan, who served with Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry in the Los Angeles Police Department.[1]
  • The Klingon Empire is the official state of the Klingon race. The empire was founded by Kahless the Unforgettable during the 9th century, who united the Klingon people and the Klingon homeworld, Kronos. The Klingon Chancellor and High Council lead the Empire. Throughout the centuries, the Klingon Empire has expanded throughout the Beta Quadrant, conquering numerous systems and species.
  • Founded in the Spring of the year 2007 the Klingon Empire rose from the remnants of the Western Intelligence Inquisition after a dissolving of their government. The Klingon Empire maintains a diplomatic stance towards solutions due to their size. The Empire is currently accepting members and is growing stronger by the hour. As a Klingon Proverb Reads: "Let us send the cowardly P'taks to Gre'thor even if it means our lives in Stovokor!" Qa'pla'!
  • The Klingon Empire (Klingonese: tlhIngan wo') is an interstellar political entity in the Beta Quadrant, headed by the Klingon Chancellor and High Council, based in the Great Hall in the First City on planet Qo'noS. The empire was begun by Kahless the Unforgettable, who first united the Klingon people. Fifteen hundred years later, Kahless, son of Kahless, a clone of the original Kahless, was installed as Emperor of the Klingon Empire, the first in three centuries, though given no political power. (TNG episode: "Rightful Heir") Non-Klingon subjects of the Klingon Empire are called "jeghpu'wI'", a status greater than slave, but less than citizen. (TNG novel: Diplomatic Implausibility)
  • The Klingon Empire (also referred to as the Imperial Klingon Empire or Klingon Imperial Empire) was the official state of the Klingon people, founded in the 9th century by Kahless the Unforgettable, who first united the Klingon homeworld of Qo'noS. Since then the Klingon Empire expanded its sphere of influence by conquering numerous systems and incorporating them into the Empire. The Klingon Empire is one of the two factions you can choose in the game, composing as many species as the United Federation of Planets whom they are at war. The earliest you can get a Klingon Empire character is at Lt 5 if you've completed Stop the Signal mission or if you've reached Lt 6. The Klingon Empire and its culture is warrior like, they have always seen war as the easiest solution to everything and only recur to exploration few times. In-Game the Klingon Empire is currently made up of Klingons, Liberated Borg Klingon, Gorn, Letheans, Nausicaans, Orions, and Aliens.
  • The Klingon Empire is one of the major superpowers of the Alpha and Beta Quadrants. Its government is a military oligarchy. There are several major houses in the Klingon Empire like the House of Martok, House of Grillka, House of Duras, House of Kor, and House of Mogh. The single most influential person in Klingon politics is Worf, son of Mogh who is responsible for bringing both Gowron and Martok into the chancellorship of the Klingon High Council.
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