Drex had a reputation for belligerence, and frequently harassed station personnel and civilians while he was at Deep Space 9. He and two accomplices were responsible for accosting Elim Garak in his shop. Garak declined to press charges, noting that he got off several remarks that caused "serious damage to their egos".
Suspicious of their motives, Captain Benjamin Sisko ordered Lieutenant Commander Worf to investigate. Seeking to gain Martok's attention, Worf assaulted Drex in Quark's and took his d'k tahg. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")
Background information Edit
Drex was played by Obi Ndefo.
The name "Drex" was coined by Ira Steven Behr after reading the nickname on production staffer Doug Drexler's crew jacket, and which was a source of pride for Drexler, "I got a Klingon named after me! There was a Klingon named Drex. Michael Dorn always loved my last name for a Klingon; on TNG, he would yell across the stage, 'Drexler, Drexler, Drexler.' He'd say, 'It's a great Klingon name.' And I think I told Ira that. Also, I had Drex on my jacket. Ira always used to see that." (Star Trek: The Magazine Volume 1, Issue 22, p. 88)
Drex was mentioned in the pronunciation guide of the script of the sixth season episode "Sons and Daughters". It is possible that Drex appeared or was mentioned in an early version of the script. Ultimately, much like Zek's son Krax, Drex was never seen or directly mentioned again after his first appearance.
Drex appeared as first officer of the IKS Gorkon in the novel Diplomatic Implausibility, the first book of what later become a series of novels about that ship by Keith R.A. DeCandido. The captain of the Gorkon, Klag, was of the belief that Drex had inherited none of his father's honor, and was a detriment to the ship and its crew; he was replaced by Tereth shortly before The Brave and the Bold, Book Two.