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The following is a list of unnamed Klingons who lived during the 23rd century.

Ambassador Edit

Kor and Koloth's firstborn sons Edit

These son, along with Dax, son of Kang, were all murdered by The Albino, prompting Kor, Kang, Koloth and Curzon Dax to enter a blood oath. (DS9: "Blood Oath")

The novel Forged in Fire gives Kor's son the name Rynar (β) as well.

Judges Edit

Klingon judges

Klingon judges

Klingon Judge

The albino Klingon judge

In 2293, these three Klingon judges presided over the trial of Captain James Kirk and Doctor Leonard McCoy after they were accused of involvement in the assassination of Chancellor Gorkon. The trio of judges consisted of an albino Klingon speaker and two other judges who, like the albino, wore hoods embroidered with Klingon lettering but, unlike most Klingons (including the speaker), were not bearded. Kirk and McCoy were found guilty, but the albino judge commuted the sentence to life imprisonment on Rura Penthe, in light of the circumstantial nature of the evidence and to foster amity in the peace talks. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

The albino Klingon judge, listed in the end credits of Star Trek VI simply as "Klingon Judge", was played by actor Robert Easton. The Klingon judge on his left was played by Trent Christopher Ganino.
Easton's makeup and facial hair was applied by Margaret Prentice. [1]


Military personnel Edit

Rura Penthe inhabitants Edit

Translator Edit

KlingonTranslator

Klingon translator

This Klingon translated General Chang's spoken Klingonese into English for the benefit of Captain Kirk and Doctor McCoy during their trial for the death of Chancellor Gorkon in 2293. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

The Klingon translator was played by Todd Bryant, who previously played Klaa in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. The Star Trek Encyclopedia stated that this was in fact Klaa.


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