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The Sword of Kahless

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Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 2
Disc No : 4.3 Episode : 80
First Aired : 20 Nov 1995 Stardate : Unknown
Director : LeVar Burton Year : 2372
Writers : Richard Danus Season : 4
Guest Cast :
John Colicos as Kor
Rick Pasqualone as Toral
Tom Morga as Soto
YATI : If you think back to "Rightful Heir", the sword of Kahless was in the monastery on Boreth. Kahless himself picked it up and claimed that it was his sword, and everybody agreed. So how come it's now been missing for hundreds of years?

At the beginning of the episode Worf seems very impressed with Kor, stating amongst his great moments "Your confrontation with Kirk on Organia". This would be the confrontation in which Kor attempted to have two hundred innocent Organians murdered for an act of sabotage that Kirk committed? Does that really seem to anybody to be the kind of thing Worf would admire?

Plotline

Kor asks Dax and Worf to accompany him on a mission to recover the fabled Sword of Khaless, one of the most significant of Klingon historical artifacts. They are successful, but jealousy soon sets in and the party are soon at one anothers throats.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 13,010 Last updated : 27 Jan 2017