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How did the clone know of Worf's vision of Kahless? Did he verbally announce it during a prayer, after which a cleric "programmed" that knowledge into the clone?
- Yeah, that's a pretty big fuckin' hole the writers missed.
- I believe it could actually be a hint that the scientists replicated Kahless's body, and his soul actually did enter into that body - that he actually is Kahless --The Rev 00:31, 24 June 2006 (UTC)
- Right when it is revealed that Kahless is a clone, these lines are told by the priest: "You were not awakened until we transported you into the cave and you appeared to Worf. Before then, you were in a laboratory-". At first it seems to refer to the moment when Worf witnessed Kahless' return, and said caves are the caves on Boreth; but on a second thought it might refer to Worf's first vision, and said caves are the caves of No'Mat. Of course one might wonder why the priests should arrange Kahless' first appearance to be as a vision to a young Worf, and what have they been doing all those decades in the meantime. MoffRebusMy Talk 20:36, May 2, 2013 (UTC)
I removed the following self-admitted speculation from apocrypha:
- Within established canon, he is still the emperor, although there is no disscussion yet as to whether Kahless II marries or fathers an heir to the throne. Speculation supports the idea that the monarchy is nevertheless maintained for popular symbolic and spiritual reasons, albeit with another blood decendant of Kahless The Unforgettable or a member of a subsequent dynasty. One would also assume that the powers of the emperor are limited to overseeing certain offical public and private cultural ceremonies. Like other parlimentary monarchies, he, as head of state, has the inherent right to be consulted by the High Council or to consult with the chancellor on important matters, but that the final desision on a given issue rests with the chancellor and the council.