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Most all pure-blood members of the species were a warm brown, with some tonal difference. The skin tone range only adds to the gap between Discovery 's Klingons and the ones the populate all "future" Star Trek series.
While it is an impressive finale, a way to bond the Discovery crew and new leadership, and one bold power move, it wouldn't work with the Klingons fans knew.
Most all other portrayals of Klingons suggest they'd choose death over submission, so it's likely the houses wouldn't have caved to L'Rell's demands.
Instead, they would have let her blow things up and then destroy her for doing so. From the human perspective, of course giving in sounds like a better idea.
But these aren't humans. Though it sounds brutal, not many Klingons ever preferred surrender. NEXT: Star Trek: Discovery Season 1 Finale Recap.
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All of this makes Klingons extremely hardy and difficult to kill, as necessitated by their aggressive nature, and resistant to physical trauma, environmental exposure, and illness.
Klingons alone have a natural resistance to " the Phage ," which plagues the Vidiians of the Delta Quadrant. Like Cardassians , they avoid cold temperatures.
Klingons also have a heightened sense of smell as suggested in "Birthright, Part II" in The Next Generation , when Worf and a Klingon boy go hunting and can track an animal by scent.
Klingon children are fierce and aggressive by nature; from as soon as they can walk, they are instructed into honing their hunting and combat skills, strengthening their physical prowess and agility.
Like humans, they go through a form of puberty, which, as Picard puts it in Star Trek: Insurrection "hardly does it justice" and includes sudden bursts of hair growth, extreme mood swings, violent tendencies, and the Klingon equivalent of acne called 'Gorch' in Klingon.
In comparison to The Original Series , Klingon culture is thoroughly examined in later series' episodes, part of a larger movement by Star Trek writers to deepen viewer understanding of the alien races of the franchise.
Their society is based on war and combat; ritual suicide is often preferred over living life as a crippled warrior, and may allow a warrior to die with honor.
To be captured rather than killed in battle brings dishonor to not only the captive but his descendants. Death is depicted as a time for celebration, not grief.
Klingons are depicted as a spiritual people. According to their legends, Klingons slew their own gods. Those who do not die in battle may not enter Sto-Vo-Kor; relatives undertake quests to guarantee their deceased comrades entry into paradise.
Despite believing in an afterlife, the Klingons perform a form of last rite. This consists of spreading the eyes open, humming in anticipation of the final breath and roaring skywards when the warrior dies, warning the dead a Klingon warrior is coming as shown in " Heart of Glory ".
Yet Klingons have no burial rites, and dispose of corpses by the most expedient means available, considering them "empty shells".
The Klingons' spiritual leader is Kahless , a messianic historical figure who established early codes of honor and was the first Klingon emperor. His fabled weapon, the Sword of Kahless, is depicted as a unique bat ' leth that serves as the Klingon equivalent of the Holy Grail.
The Klingons have their own language that was developed for the feature films, often described as "guttural". For The Motion Picture , James Doohan , the actor who portrayed Montgomery Scott , devised the initial Klingon-language dialogue heard in the film.
Okrand was presented with a difficult task of contriving a language that sounded alien, while still simple enough for the actors to pronounce.
He chose the rarest form of sentence construction, the object-verb-subject form: the translation of the phrase "I boarded the Enterprise ", would be constructed as "The Enterprise boarded I.
Adjectives do not strictly exist; there is no word for "greedy", but there is a verb, qur , which means "to be greedy".
Okrand went back and revised the phrase to " taH pagh, taHbe' ", roughly meaning "whether to continue, or not to continue [existence]". Okrand persuaded Pocket Books to publish The Klingon Dictionary in ; in it, Okrand elaborated on the Klingon language's grammar, syntax, and vocabulary.
While Okrand expected the book to only sell as a novelty item, eleven years after publication it had sold , copies. While Paramount initially tried to stop the Institute from using its copyrighted language, the company eventually relented.
The Institute has since published Klingon translations of Hamlet , Much Ado About Nothing , Tao Te Ching , Gilgamesh , and has translations of some books from the Bible on its website.
From time to time, Okrand has amended the "official" list of Klingon vocabulary due in part to requests from the Institute and other groups.
The Klingon language's prevalence is not limited to books; a three-disc video game, Star Trek: Klingon , requires players to learn the language to advance.
The popularity of the language meant that in it was considered the fastest-growing constructed language, ahead of other languages such as Tolkien's Elvish or Esperanto.
In , the language learning app Duolingo added a Klingon language course. Okrand himself is not fluent, and the actors who speak the language in the Star Trek series are more concerned with its expression than the actual grammar.
As the Klingons are portrayed as a warrior culture, Klingon starships are usually depicted as warships , heavily armed with a variety of particle beam weaponry and antimatter warheads.
Many Klingon ships also make use of cloaking technology to hide the vessel from view. The first Klingon ship design used in The Original Series , the D7-class battlecruiser, was designed by Matt Jefferies to evoke a predator's shape akin to that of a manta ray , providing a threatening and instantly recognizable form for viewers.
The configuration of Jefferies' design featured a bulbous forward hull connected by a long boom to a wing-like main hull with the engine nacelles mounted on each wingtip.
Later Klingon starships by other designers kept to this same overall configuration, although updated to reflect their respective time periods: Rick Sternbach 's designs for The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine drew on elements of Starfleet ships features to reflect the alliance between the Federation and the Klingons,  while John Eaves ' designs for Enterprise incorporated more rugged and primitive construction to make the vessels appear consistent with the earlier time period.
The Klingon homeworld has been given several names; according to Marc Okrand, the planet would have been referred to in several ways, just as Earth is referred to variously as "the world" or "Terra".
Early Star Trek literature referred to the planet as Klinzhai, but The Next Generation episode "Heart of Glory" called the planet Kling.
The film Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country established the name as Kronos; Okrand later devised the Klingon transliteration "Qo'noS".
In Star Trek Into Darkness , the planet's name is both spelled and spoken by Starfleet personnel as Kronos. According to the non-canon "Klingon for the Galactic Traveler", Qo'noS said to be in the Omega Leonis star system is depicted as green when viewed from space.
It includes a lone, huge land mass with a vast ocean , a severely tilted axis that causes wild seasonal changes, a turbulent atmosphere and extremes of both warm and frigid weather.
In Star Trek Into Darkness , one province of Qo'noS is depicted as an unpopulated and abandoned post-industrial sprawl.
Its destruction was a plot point in the film The Undiscovered Country , the after-effects driving the plot of the film and later events in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the fictional alien species. For the language, see Klingon language. Fictional species in Star Trek.
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