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Sohn von Mogh, ist ein Klingone und Offizier der Sternenflotte. Auf der USS Enterprise-D dient er als der Nachfolger von Natasha Yar als Sicherheitsoffizier. Auf der Raumstation Deep Space 9 dient er nach der Zerstörung der Enterprise als Offizier für strategische Operationen. Worf, der Sohn von Mogh, ist eine fiktive Figur im Star Trek-Franchise. Er ist in der Fernsehserie Star Trek: The Next Generation und in den Staffeln vier bis sieben von Star Trek: Deep Space Nine sowie. Worf, Sohn von Mogh, ist ein Klingone und Offizier der Sternenflotte. Auf der USS ENTERPRISE. Er wurde vor allem bekannt durch seine Rolle des Klingonen Worf in Star Trek. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben; 2 Karriere. Worf rächt den Tod seiner Gefährtin, indem er ihren Mörder Duras im Zweikampf tötet. Außerdem hat Worf noch einen nach klingonischem Bündnispakt.

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Worf, der Sohn von Mogh, ist eine fiktive Figur im Star Trek-Franchise. Er ist in der Fernsehserie Star Trek: The Next Generation und in den Staffeln vier bis sieben von Star Trek: Deep Space Nine sowie. Sie betont zudem, dass Worf und sie regelmäßig kämpfen würden und sie seinen Killerinstinkt sehen könne, er diesen jedoch im entscheidenden Moment. Sohn von Mogh, ist ein Klingone und Offizier der Sternenflotte. Auf der USS Enterprise-D dient er als der Nachfolger von Natasha Yar als Sicherheitsoffizier. Auf der Raumstation Deep Space 9 dient er nach der Zerstörung der Enterprise als Offizier für strategische Operationen.

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Dort gründet sie die Stationsschule und unterrichtet als Lehrerin. Sie weist ihn jedoch mit dem Hinweis zurück, dass sie beide vor ihren Gefühlen Angst haben sollten. Jedoch verband die beiden später eine tiefe Freundschaft, da Lwaxana durchaus in der Lage ist, ihre Grenzen zu erkennen und auch eine sehr verständnisvolle, weiche Seite hat. Der Vorname von Spock wird in den Serien nicht genannt. Patrick Stewart. Später, erneut gegen den dringenden Rat der Vulkanier, schickte er Archer und seine Crew zu den Xindi.

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.

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 Quadrant , Worf 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.

Bashir , who 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. Martok's refusal to engage the enemy, due to his Dominion incarceration, made things worse.

Worf challenged him for command, but allowed Martok to win and retain command. This led to Martok regaining his warrior's courage and, with renewed vigor, he led the crew to their first victory against the Dominion.

Understanding what Worf had done, Martok thanked him for reminding him of his duty as a soldier and offered him a place in his house as his brother.

By joining the House of Martok, Worf's status in the empire was restored albeit the House of Mogh remains stricken. Though Worf was initially estranged by his now adult son, and skeptical of his son's desire to serve the Empire, he eventually reconciled with him, and his son joined the House of Martok as well.

When Sisko eventually returned with a fleet of Federation ships to retake the station, Worf and Martok lobbied Gowron to send Klingon ships to join the battle.

The entry of the Klingon ships turned the tide and allowed the Defiant to break through and retake the station DS9 : " Favor the Bold ", " Sacrifice of Angels ".

Having helped liberate the station, Worf and Jadzia decided to get married. The wedding was a traditional Klingon ceremony which included a series of trials on Jadzia's part in order to gain the approval of Martok's wife to join the House of Martok.

This almost ended in disaster, as the free-spirited Jadzia felt forced into a position rather than taking the matter seriously enough.

Eventually, realizing its importance to Worf and counseled by Sisko that she needed to mature, Jadzia yielded and she was allowed to marry Worf.

In the DS9 episode " Change of Heart ", Worf prematurely ended a mission to contact a Cardassian informant inside the Dominion in order to save his injured wife.

The informant was subsequently executed by the Dominion, causing Captain Sisko to officially caution that Starfleet might not grant Worf his own command after this incident being another official reprimand in Worf's records of consequence.

However, Sisko added that, had he been forced to choose between his duty and his wife, he would have done the same thing.

By late , Worf and Jadzia were married less than a year when they decided to try to have a child, despite the extreme difficulties posed by the disparate biologies of Trill and Klingons.

While Worf was away during a mission, Jadzia visited the Bajoran temple on the station where she was attacked and killed by an alien possessing the body of Gul Dukat , who had come aboard the station to destroy an Orb of the Prophet.

In , Worf led a mission to destroy a Dominion shipyard. He dedicated this mission to his late wife, in order to ensure her entry into Sto-Vo-kor, the Valhalla -like realm of the honored dead, being joined by Quark , Bashir and O'Brien DS9 : " Shadows and Symbols ".

Julian Bashir was able to save the Dax symbiont , which was sent back to the Trill homeworld to be rejoined with a new host aboard the USS Destiny.

When the symbiont's health worsened, the Dax symbiont was implanted into a new host named Ezri Dax , who was the assistant ship's counselor.

She had not been trained to be a host, but she was the only available unjoined Trill aboard. Ezri had difficulty making the transition and sought out Ben Sisko on Earth.

She helped him on his mission and then returned to DS9 with him. She accepted his request to stay on as station counselor. Worf avoided Ezri at first, confused about what to do about this new situation.

Her quick posting to DS9 led to a number of awkward moments between her and Worf, since the new host carried all the memories of their former hosts but had its own distinct personality, despite their shared past.

Also, it was considered taboo on Trill for new hosts to fraternize with former lovers. After a brief rekindling of their feelings for one another, they decided that things were just too different and, eventually, the two settled into a comfortable friendship, with Ezri eventually becoming romantically involved with Julian Bashir who previously had feelings for Jadzia.

In , Worf became concerned with the leadership of Gowron. The entry of the Breen into the war on the side of the Dominion temporarily sidelined the Federation and Romulan fleets, which proved vulnerable to Breen weaponry.

This left the Klingons alone to carry on the fight as their ships were not affected in the same manner.

Gowron assumed direct command because he feared Martok's growing popularity and devised a plan to discredit Martok. He began ordering Martok on near-suicidal missions against Dominion forces, hoping that a string of defeats would weaken Martok's popularity and discredit him as a military leader.

Recognizing that Gowron was jeopardizing the entire war effort for the sake of his personal pride, Worf tried to convince Martok that he should challenge Gowron for the leadership.

After Martok refused, Worf challenged Gowron himself, citing his faulty battle planning, his dishonorable conduct in trying to discredit Martok, and poor strategies at the later stages of the Dominion War.

After a brief battle, Worf killed Gowron; by right, he was proclaimed the new chancellor of the Klingon High Council. Ironically, it was again by Worf's hand the next chancellor of the Empire was decided having slain Duras to allow Gowron's ascension after K'mpec's death , and the second time he and Gowron dueled, this time finishing Gowron off.

As a token of respect, Worf performed the Klingon Death Howl after Gowron's death, essentially forgiving his misdeeds and recognizing a worthy warrior was on his way to Sto-Vo-Kor.

Worf continued to appear in TNG films which is explained in various ways, such as being rescued from the damaged Defiant during a battle with the Borg Star Trek: First Contact and taking leave that led to him travelling on the Enterprise Star Trek: Insurrection.

Star Trek: Nemesis was released after the conclusion of DS9 and Worf's status at this time is unclear. Worf attended the wedding of William Riker and Deanna Troi on Earth and travelled to Betazed with the Enterprise crew for the second wedding ceremony when the ship was diverted to investigate positronic signals from a system near the Romulan border.

In after returning from a tournament, Worf encountered a quantum fissure and began shifting into different realities. In one reality, he became involved with Deanna Troi while recovering from a spinal injury.

He asked permission from Commander Riker to court Troi. By the time the events in this episode takes place, he has been married to her for two years.

In another reality, Worf is first officer of the Enterprise serving under Capt. Riker who assumed command after Capt.

Picard was killed by the Borg. In an alternate future, Alexander becomes a diplomat instead of a warrior.

He wanted to end the feuding among the great houses and declared that the House of Mogh would no longer engage in blood feuds. Worf warned him that this was a show of weakness but Alexander persisted.

Shortly after Alexander's decision, he witnesses Worf being killed on the floor of the High Council. Had he become a warrior, he thinks perhaps he could have saved his father's life.

Eventually, he finds a way to travel back in time to try to prevent these events from occurring by convincing his younger self to train to become a warrior while under the assumed name of K'Mtar, but Worf convinces him to return to the future with assurances that he has already changed his own history TNG : "Firstborn".

In an alternate future, Worf had been reluctant to become involved with Troi and her subsequent death led to a rift between Riker and himself as a result.

While on a mission in the Gamma Quadrant, the Defiant detects an energy barrier surrounding a planet in a nearby solar system. When they enter the barrier, the ship is damaged and they detect a settlement with 8, people who are mostly human.

When they investigate, they learn they have been expected. The settlers explain they are the descendants of the Defiant crew.

In a couple of days, when the Defiant tries to leave orbit, they will be thrown back in time two centuries and crash land on the planet.

Worf learns he married and raised a family. He meets his descendant Brota who leads the Sons of Mogh.

The members are descendants of Worf and Jadzia and others who choose to join them. After Terran rebels take over Terok Nor, Worf tries to recapture the station but is defeated by the rebels who have a new ship based on the design of the Defiant from the prime universe.

Eventually, Worf captured her and Grand Nagus Zek who crossed over to this universe to open new markets. Worf agreed to let Zek go in exchange for a cloaking device, but the device was sabotaged and his ship was disabled, allowing the Terran rebels to capture him DS9 : "The Emperor's New Cloak".

The series finale of Webster had the titular character go into the future to the Enterprise -D bridge where he encountered several unnamed Enterprise crew members and Worf.

Worf initially tells Webster he cannot return him to his time due to the Enterprise not being able to escape the gravitational pull of a planet, but eventually they were able to reverse engineer the process that brought Webster to them.

Shortly after Webster gets returned, Webster wakes up from what seemed to be a dream. During the film Ted 2 , Michael Dorn played a character by the name of Rick.

This character in the film attended the New York Comic Con amateurishly dressed as Worf playing on the fact that Dorn was the actor who portrayed Worf.

Worf's character is further developed in non- canon media. Riker's position of first officer aboard the Enterprise -E.

In early in Resistance , Starfleet Command approves Picard's request to make Worf the permanent first officer, but Worf refuses as he doubts his command skills due to his choice of love over duty in "Change of Heart".

Soon afterwards, however, Worf successfully leads the rescue of Picard from another Borg crisis, and is sufficiently convinced to accept the permanent promotion.

According to the Titan series, he also adopted Data's cat Spot. As acknowledgement of Worf's role in helping them redeem themselves, the group name the first child born during this crisis after Worf.

IDW Comics took the character in a different direction in its licensed works. In the official comic book prequel to the movie Star Trek , Worf is a General in the Klingon Empire who is dispatched to deal with Romulan Captain Nero and his significantly altered mining vessel, the Narada.

When the Klingon forces suffer a crushing defeat, Worf agrees to Nero's demand to board a shuttle and come on board the Narada.

Worf takes the opportunity to surprise Nero, cutting into the Narada's hull and fighting his way to the main bridge for a confrontation with Nero.

Already prepared for such a tactic, Nero succeeds in surprising Worf by impaling him through the back with a large mechanical tentacle.

When the Enterprise -E arrives to do battle with the Narada , Nero agrees to beam Worf over if the ship will lower its shields. When Captain Data agrees, Worf is beamed back to the ship, giving the Narada time to fire on the Enterprise.

The ship suffers heavy damage, but manages to raise its shields in time to prevent a second attack. Nero then leaves the battle to continue his assault on the planet Vulcan.

Worf is assumed to have survived, but this is never explicitly mentioned in the comic. Worf is a decidedly popular character among fans.

With TNG over in , the writers of DS9 came up with the idea of adding Worf to the cast in response to pressure to boost ratings. Due to Worf's popularity there was some talk of a Captain Worf series before the franchise went into the Trek re-boots.

Screen Rant has rated the character Worf a number of times, and by several authors, at its site. TheWrap rates Worf as the 9th best character of Star Trek , saying that he "started the trend of turning enemies from past series into complex characters who became vital Starfleet crew members despite cultural differences.

The author explains that Worf is only in second place because he was raised by humans and relies mostly on honor. He goes on to admit, "Michael Dorn created a Trek legend here, there can be no doubt.

Worf is ranked the 13th most important character of Starfleet within the Star Trek science fiction universe by Wired magazine, beating out such favorites as Uhura.

To be included in this list, characters must be Starfleet personnel or crew, plus in original media only.

Filk artists Ookla the Mok include a song about Worf entitled "Mr. W" on their album Oh Okay LA. The lyrics are a parody on why Worf would not make a good captain, since he is not afraid to die and how not everyone feels the same about that.

It even includes a rap from what sounds like Worf himself, toward the end. In the band's view, Worf hates tribbles and calls Barclay a "lowly white P'tak.

Some shows have a major or major subplot for the Worf character, the first of these debuted in , " Heart of Glory " which was S1E20 of The Next Generation This kicked off a long-running story arc that continued until the end of DS9 in on television and on film.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Worf disambiguation. Fictional character. Nemesis Talman Co. The Hollywood Reporter.

Retrieved October 23, Screen Rant. Retrieved October 26, Pocket Books. TV Club. Retrieved March 17, Star Trek: Next Generation.

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In , Worf led a mission to destroy a Dominion shipyard. He dedicated this mission to his late wife, in order to ensure her entry into Sto-Vo-kor, the Valhalla -like realm of the honored dead, being joined by Quark , Bashir and O'Brien DS9 : " Shadows and Symbols ".

Julian Bashir was able to save the Dax symbiont , which was sent back to the Trill homeworld to be rejoined with a new host aboard the USS Destiny.

When the symbiont's health worsened, the Dax symbiont was implanted into a new host named Ezri Dax , who was the assistant ship's counselor.

She had not been trained to be a host, but she was the only available unjoined Trill aboard. Ezri had difficulty making the transition and sought out Ben Sisko on Earth.

She helped him on his mission and then returned to DS9 with him. She accepted his request to stay on as station counselor.

Worf avoided Ezri at first, confused about what to do about this new situation. Her quick posting to DS9 led to a number of awkward moments between her and Worf, since the new host carried all the memories of their former hosts but had its own distinct personality, despite their shared past.

Also, it was considered taboo on Trill for new hosts to fraternize with former lovers. After a brief rekindling of their feelings for one another, they decided that things were just too different and, eventually, the two settled into a comfortable friendship, with Ezri eventually becoming romantically involved with Julian Bashir who previously had feelings for Jadzia.

In , Worf became concerned with the leadership of Gowron. The entry of the Breen into the war on the side of the Dominion temporarily sidelined the Federation and Romulan fleets, which proved vulnerable to Breen weaponry.

This left the Klingons alone to carry on the fight as their ships were not affected in the same manner.

Gowron assumed direct command because he feared Martok's growing popularity and devised a plan to discredit Martok. He began ordering Martok on near-suicidal missions against Dominion forces, hoping that a string of defeats would weaken Martok's popularity and discredit him as a military leader.

Recognizing that Gowron was jeopardizing the entire war effort for the sake of his personal pride, Worf tried to convince Martok that he should challenge Gowron for the leadership.

After Martok refused, Worf challenged Gowron himself, citing his faulty battle planning, his dishonorable conduct in trying to discredit Martok, and poor strategies at the later stages of the Dominion War.

After a brief battle, Worf killed Gowron; by right, he was proclaimed the new chancellor of the Klingon High Council. Ironically, it was again by Worf's hand the next chancellor of the Empire was decided having slain Duras to allow Gowron's ascension after K'mpec's death , and the second time he and Gowron dueled, this time finishing Gowron off.

As a token of respect, Worf performed the Klingon Death Howl after Gowron's death, essentially forgiving his misdeeds and recognizing a worthy warrior was on his way to Sto-Vo-Kor.

Worf continued to appear in TNG films which is explained in various ways, such as being rescued from the damaged Defiant during a battle with the Borg Star Trek: First Contact and taking leave that led to him travelling on the Enterprise Star Trek: Insurrection.

Star Trek: Nemesis was released after the conclusion of DS9 and Worf's status at this time is unclear. Worf attended the wedding of William Riker and Deanna Troi on Earth and travelled to Betazed with the Enterprise crew for the second wedding ceremony when the ship was diverted to investigate positronic signals from a system near the Romulan border.

In after returning from a tournament, Worf encountered a quantum fissure and began shifting into different realities. In one reality, he became involved with Deanna Troi while recovering from a spinal injury.

He asked permission from Commander Riker to court Troi. By the time the events in this episode takes place, he has been married to her for two years.

In another reality, Worf is first officer of the Enterprise serving under Capt. Riker who assumed command after Capt. Picard was killed by the Borg.

In an alternate future, Alexander becomes a diplomat instead of a warrior. He wanted to end the feuding among the great houses and declared that the House of Mogh would no longer engage in blood feuds.

Worf warned him that this was a show of weakness but Alexander persisted. Shortly after Alexander's decision, he witnesses Worf being killed on the floor of the High Council.

Had he become a warrior, he thinks perhaps he could have saved his father's life. Eventually, he finds a way to travel back in time to try to prevent these events from occurring by convincing his younger self to train to become a warrior while under the assumed name of K'Mtar, but Worf convinces him to return to the future with assurances that he has already changed his own history TNG : "Firstborn".

In an alternate future, Worf had been reluctant to become involved with Troi and her subsequent death led to a rift between Riker and himself as a result.

While on a mission in the Gamma Quadrant, the Defiant detects an energy barrier surrounding a planet in a nearby solar system.

When they enter the barrier, the ship is damaged and they detect a settlement with 8, people who are mostly human.

When they investigate, they learn they have been expected. The settlers explain they are the descendants of the Defiant crew.

In a couple of days, when the Defiant tries to leave orbit, they will be thrown back in time two centuries and crash land on the planet.

Worf learns he married and raised a family. He meets his descendant Brota who leads the Sons of Mogh. The members are descendants of Worf and Jadzia and others who choose to join them.

After Terran rebels take over Terok Nor, Worf tries to recapture the station but is defeated by the rebels who have a new ship based on the design of the Defiant from the prime universe.

Eventually, Worf captured her and Grand Nagus Zek who crossed over to this universe to open new markets. Worf agreed to let Zek go in exchange for a cloaking device, but the device was sabotaged and his ship was disabled, allowing the Terran rebels to capture him DS9 : "The Emperor's New Cloak".

The series finale of Webster had the titular character go into the future to the Enterprise -D bridge where he encountered several unnamed Enterprise crew members and Worf.

Worf initially tells Webster he cannot return him to his time due to the Enterprise not being able to escape the gravitational pull of a planet, but eventually they were able to reverse engineer the process that brought Webster to them.

Shortly after Webster gets returned, Webster wakes up from what seemed to be a dream. During the film Ted 2 , Michael Dorn played a character by the name of Rick.

This character in the film attended the New York Comic Con amateurishly dressed as Worf playing on the fact that Dorn was the actor who portrayed Worf.

Worf's character is further developed in non- canon media. Riker's position of first officer aboard the Enterprise -E.

In early in Resistance , Starfleet Command approves Picard's request to make Worf the permanent first officer, but Worf refuses as he doubts his command skills due to his choice of love over duty in "Change of Heart".

Soon afterwards, however, Worf successfully leads the rescue of Picard from another Borg crisis, and is sufficiently convinced to accept the permanent promotion.

According to the Titan series, he also adopted Data's cat Spot. As acknowledgement of Worf's role in helping them redeem themselves, the group name the first child born during this crisis after Worf.

IDW Comics took the character in a different direction in its licensed works. In the official comic book prequel to the movie Star Trek , Worf is a General in the Klingon Empire who is dispatched to deal with Romulan Captain Nero and his significantly altered mining vessel, the Narada.

When the Klingon forces suffer a crushing defeat, Worf agrees to Nero's demand to board a shuttle and come on board the Narada.

Worf takes the opportunity to surprise Nero, cutting into the Narada's hull and fighting his way to the main bridge for a confrontation with Nero.

Already prepared for such a tactic, Nero succeeds in surprising Worf by impaling him through the back with a large mechanical tentacle.

When the Enterprise -E arrives to do battle with the Narada , Nero agrees to beam Worf over if the ship will lower its shields.

When Captain Data agrees, Worf is beamed back to the ship, giving the Narada time to fire on the Enterprise. The ship suffers heavy damage, but manages to raise its shields in time to prevent a second attack.

Nero then leaves the battle to continue his assault on the planet Vulcan. Worf is assumed to have survived, but this is never explicitly mentioned in the comic.

Worf is a decidedly popular character among fans. With TNG over in , the writers of DS9 came up with the idea of adding Worf to the cast in response to pressure to boost ratings.

Due to Worf's popularity there was some talk of a Captain Worf series before the franchise went into the Trek re-boots.

Screen Rant has rated the character Worf a number of times, and by several authors, at its site. TheWrap rates Worf as the 9th best character of Star Trek , saying that he "started the trend of turning enemies from past series into complex characters who became vital Starfleet crew members despite cultural differences.

The author explains that Worf is only in second place because he was raised by humans and relies mostly on honor. He goes on to admit, "Michael Dorn created a Trek legend here, there can be no doubt.

Worf is ranked the 13th most important character of Starfleet within the Star Trek science fiction universe by Wired magazine, beating out such favorites as Uhura.

To be included in this list, characters must be Starfleet personnel or crew, plus in original media only.

Filk artists Ookla the Mok include a song about Worf entitled "Mr. W" on their album Oh Okay LA. The lyrics are a parody on why Worf would not make a good captain, since he is not afraid to die and how not everyone feels the same about that.

It even includes a rap from what sounds like Worf himself, toward the end. In the band's view, Worf hates tribbles and calls Barclay a "lowly white P'tak.

Some shows have a major or major subplot for the Worf character, the first of these debuted in , " Heart of Glory " which was S1E20 of The Next Generation This kicked off a long-running story arc that continued until the end of DS9 in on television and on film.

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  1. Es ist schade, dass ich mich jetzt nicht aussprechen kann - ist erzwungen, wegzugehen. Ich werde befreit werden - unbedingt werde ich die Meinung in dieser Frage aussprechen.

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