Worf - Wikipedia
Worf, son of Mogh is a fictional character in the Star Trek franchise. He appears in the television . Worf and Troi seemed to end their relationship following the destruction of the Enterprise-D at Veridian III and Worf's reassignment to Deep. However, things go south when Troi and Worf's son, Alexander, Troi's love life and the rekindling of her relationship with Riker later in the film series. and she asked Brent Spiner for advice as to which buttons to press. Don't want to go boldly into dating disaster on Valentine's Day? uneasy than an arranged marriage to another species, Deanna and Riker try for one last running to the crew for advice, which ranges from Worf's Klingon mating call to Data's.
Deanna/Worf relationship - how did it develop?
I said, 'What do you mean another one? He then said, 'I have a great idea. This can be about Troi and Worf. When Worf showed up on DS9 there was no sign of Deanna and she was never mentioned and he looked pissed off. There was a story there. I told John, 'I don't want to call it Imzadi. What we were discussing was a completely different book and a different style. If we call it Imzadi in any way, shape, or form it is going to make people make comparisons.
I can tell you right now that the comparisons will make the sequel suffer. The first book was a romantic story where everything goes right and the second one by definition will be about the total destruction of a romance. It is not going to end happily.
The compromise we came up with was the title was going to be Triangle and in very small print it would say Imzadi II. That is what I was promised and they swore they would do. So what happens is the cover shows Imazdi II in gargantuan print and Triangle really small which totally pissed me off.
Let's have something major happen here. The TV show is off the air, so what the hell? Let them get engaged. The House of Mogh was a family of high social and political rank which was for a time represented on the Klingon High Council.
In Star Trek VI: He was also a member of the Klingon delegation at Camp Khitomer. Although not explicitly stated, he was intended to be Worf's grandfather. The episode "Sins of the Father" introduces Worf's long lost brother Kurn, who is also an orphan of the House of Mogh.
Nikolai and Worf interact in "Homeward" where it is revealed that Worf will likely have a nephew or niece. Five years later, his parents moved to the Khitomer colony. Worf's parents were killed during a surprise attack by the Romulans on the Khitomer outpost. Chief Petty Officer Sergey Rozhenko found Worf in the rubble and took him in after failing to find any living relatives. Rozhenko and his wife Helena raised him on a small farm colony on the planet Gault, a world of about 20, inhabitants, almost all of them human.
Worf also has a human brother, Nikolai, with whom he often quarreled. However, his son Alexander Rozhenkowho was raised by the Rozhenkos after his mother K'Ehleyr died, did use their surname.
Although Worf was raised by humans, he considered himself a Klingon at heart and studied the ways of his people. As an adult, his mannerisms and personality, as well as his innate sense of honor, became more Klingon than human.
Worf's brother Kurn, barely a year old at the time of the Khitomer attack, had been left behind on the Klingon homeworld Qo'noS by his parents.
Lorgh, a friend to House of Mogh appearing only in dialog of the episode " Sins of the Father "was charged with the care of the younger son, originally expecting Mogh's stay at the Khitomer outpost to be short-term. Lorgh adopted Kurn after the attack, but informed Klingon authorities that he had died with the rest of the family.
Kurn was not revealed as being alive until both brothers were adults. InWorf entered Starfleet Academy. He graduated in and was commissioned with the rank of Ensign, becoming the first Klingon officer in Starfleet. Although Worf took immense pride and a sense of honor from serving in Starfleet, most other Klingons shunned and belittled his choice of vocation.
Inhe became briefly involved with K'Ehleyr who was the daughter of a Klingon father and a human mother. The next year, he was made Acting Chief of Security following the death of Tasha Yareven though he believed that a promotion due to the death of a comrade was not honorable TNG: Inhe renewed his relationship with K'Ehleyr when she came aboard the Enterprise as a Federation emissary on an urgent mission. He proposed marriage but was rejected TNG: Inhe was promoted to lieutenant TNG: After an accident caused the death of Lt.
Kurn specifically asked for the Enterprise so he could observe his brother. He then revealed his true identity, informing Worf that the House of Mogh's rival Duras accused their father of betraying the Klingon Empire by helping the Romulans attack Khitomer. When they and the Enterprise crew discovered that it was in fact Duras's father that betrayed the Empire, Worf, realizing that the powerful House of Duras could not be publicly shamed without throwing the Empire into civil war, accepted a ritual discommendation from the Klingon High Council.
While Worf decided to accept this dishonor, it was decided to keep Kurn's true identity secret in order to protect his honor and the House of Mogh as a whole be left alone TNG: When she came aboard, Worf learned he had a son named Alexander.
She wanted to marry him but Worf refused because he did not want to share his dishonor with her and their son TNG: After K'mpec's death, she assisted Captain Picard with the rite of succession. K'Ehleyr was eventually murdered by Duras when she found evidence of his involvement in the effort to discredit Worf and why he was discommended. Exercising his right of vengeance, Worf fought and killed Duras with a bat'leth in a duel, allowing Duras's political opponent Gowron to become chancellor TNG: A civil war erupted when the Duras's son Toral challenged Gowron.
Worf believed Gowron was the legitimate ruler and convinced his brother to bring forces loyal to him into battle on Gowron's behalf. Worf resigned from Starfleet to fight for Gowron and served on his brother's ship. Gowron won the war after Starfleet exposed Romulan support for the House of Duras.
Once the war was over, Worf regained his Starfleet commission, recognizing that he did not fully belong to Klingon society TNG: In while the Enterprise was at Deep Space Nine, Worf investigated a claim that his father might still be alive in a Romulan prison camp. His father was not there having indeed been killed during the battle at Khitomerbut a number of Klingons were living there with the Romulans.
Unable to return home with honor, as Klingons are supposed to commit suicide rather than be taken prisoner, they stayed and strayed from their way of life. Worf's visit had a profound effect on the children of the prisoners and many chose to leave with him TNG: Worf's visit to the camp caused him to reconsider his own beliefs. He visited the monastery at Boreth to meditate.
One day, a man appeared before him claiming to be Kahless the Unforgettable who had returned to lead the Empire once more.
Worf was willing to consider the idea that Kahless was genuine because he believed the Klingons had lost their ways. He questioned Kahless about details of his memories, which Kahless could not recall, and then challenged Kahless to combat, defeating him easily.
The loss forced the clerics to reveal that they had created a clone of Kahless and implanted ancient scriptures of Kahless's battles as his memories.
Despite this, Worf became convinced that the Klingons would make a leap of faith and accept him as the legitimate heir of Kahless. He convinced the Klingons to appoint the new Kahless as Emperor.
While real power remained with Gowron as head of government, the Emperor would be the formal head of state and teach the stories of Kahless. Gowron was incited to go along with this arrangement when Worf threatened in private otherwise to oppose him publicly, which Gowron, still not fully in control of the Empire, could not afford.
Worf avoided romantic attachments with non-Klingons during his first few years on board the Enterprise-D. As Worf explained to both Commander Riker and Guinanhe felt that non-Klingon females would be too fragile, and that he would have to restrain himself too much.
He eventually developed strong feelings for Counselor Deanna Troiand explored a relationship with her for a time, which at times strained his relationship with her former romantic interest, Commander Riker. After the destruction of the Enterprise-D, Worf took an extended leave to evaluate his future. He was at a monastery on the Klingon colony of Boreth when he was ordered to go to Deep Space 9 to advise Captain Sisko when a Klingon fleet massed at the station.
Worf learned that the Klingons were planning to invade Cardassia because of a coup which they had been led to believe was engineered by the Dominion. Worf reluctantly informed Sisko, knowing this would jeopardize his status in the empire. After the invasion had begun, Gowron traveled to DS9 to ask Worf to join him in battle.
Gowron believed the Federation was unworthy of Worf's loyalty because they would not fight the Dominion. Worf felt the war was wrong and he could not support it. Gowron punished him by reinstating Worf's discommendation, but this time executing it to the full degree, by stripping him and his family of his honor, lands, and titles, effectively bringing down the House of Mogh.
Worf submitted his resignation but Sisko rejected it because he still needed him. He had decided to rescue the members of the Cardassian council from certain death at the hands of the Klingons.
In doing so, he was able to prove that there was no Dominion involvement by verifying their identities.
The Klingons attacked the station in order to capture the council members but withdrew as Starfleet ships approached, fearing a war on two fronts. At the end of the immediate crisis, Sisko convinced Worf to join the crew as Strategic Operations officer. In this role, he would coordinate all Starfleet activity in the Bajoran sector and act as an executive officer on the USS Defiantmeaning he had to adjust to the requirements and obligations that came with the red "command personnel" uniform.
For the first months, Worf had difficulties adjusting to life on the station, unintentionally overstepping his boundaries by acting as he did on the Enterprise, putting him for a while at odds with Chief of Security Odo.
For Worf, the station's life seemed just too much 'grey', subsequently requesting to relocate his quarters aboard Defiant. After the Klingon civil war, Kurn had gained a seat on the High Council.
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Worf's opposition to the war against Cardassia cost Kurn his seat on the council. Four months later, he arrived at DS9 seeking help from his brother to perform a ritual to die with honor. He felt that the ritual, which involved Worf killing him, was the only way to restore his honor.
Initially disregarding orders from Sisko not to carry out the honor killingWorf failed in his first attempt to perform the ritual and later found he could not bring himself to do so again, as he had taken on a human feature of morality and would consider it murdering his brother.
Worf arranged for his brother to have cosmetic surgery and his memory wiped so he could start a new life with no ties to the House of Mogh. Kurn now has the identity of Rodek, who believes he lost his memory after being hit by a plasma discharge DS9 episode " Sons of Mogh ".Worf and Troi Share a Tender Moment
When Rodek sees Worf, he asks him whether he is family. Worf bitterly replies to have no family. After a year of war between the Federation and the Klingons, Worf joined a team sent to investigate claims that Gowron was a changeling in disguise. Worf nearly killed Gowron in combat but at the last moment the impostor was revealed to be disguised as Gowron's military adviser General Martok.
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The discovery helped restore peace between the Federation and the Klingons and to Worf again being shunned by Gowron for not having killed him when he had the chance, reaffirming his dishonor. She was familiar with Klingon customs due to the experience of the Dax symbiont's previous host, Curzon.
She was the first non-Klingon that Worf could "physically" be with in the traditional Klingon way, although it still left bruises, cuts and broken bones. While on a mission to the Gamma QuadrantWorf was captured by the Dominion and sent to a Jem'Hadar prison camp where he met the real General Martok and was reunited with the real Dr.
Bashirwho had both been captured and replaced by changelings. While the prisoners worked to escape, Worf entered a daily round of combat with each of the guards in turn. He earned the respect and admiration of Martok and even of the guards because he would not yield.
Once the prisoners escaped, they managed to warn the station about the Bashir-changeling. Martok asked Worf to be his first officer. The ship had suffered many losses to the Dominion, and morale was low.