In the 23rd century, the House of Mo'Kai was infamous for being composed of "watchers," "deceivers," and "weavers of lies" – employing tactics of espionage and subterfuge that other Great Houses considered dishonorable compared to a frontal assault. (DIS: "The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry")
L'Rell's mother was born to the House of Mo'Kai while her father was of the House of T'Kuvma. She considered herself to be part of both Houses. (DIS: "The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry")
In 2256, Ujilli, the representative for the House of Mo'Kai on the Klingon High Council, led a vessel among a Klingon fleet that answered the signal from the Beacon of Kahless. While hearing T'Kuvma lay out his desire to unite the Klingon people, the House's representative was keen to hear more. (DIS: "Battle at the Binary Stars")
In a holoprogram created by the Hirogen in 2374, the Klingon character of Kathryn Janeway was from the House of Mo'Kai and claimed, while fighting an Alpha Hirogen, that the House would never yield. (VOY: "The Killing Game")
|Klingon Great Houses|
|Antaak • D'Ghor • Duras • Grilka • Konjah • Kor • Korath • Martok • Mo'Kai • Mogh • Noggra • T'Kuvma|
Background information Edit
The spelling of "Mo'Kai" is from the Star Trek Encyclopedia; according to the script for VOY: "The Killing Game" (dated 18 November 1997), the House was originally called "Tokath". The English subtitles for DIS: "Battle at the Binary Stars" use the spelling "Mókai", while the Klingon subtitles use "mo'qay".