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Cover of book 1, A Good Day to Die

Publisher: Pocket Books
Published: November 2003
Novels: 4+
Timespan: 2376

Star Trek: IKS Gorkon is a series of novels written by Keith R.A. DeCandido and published by Pocket Books. Set in 2376, it centers on the crew of the Chancellor-class Klingon Defense Force vessel IKS Gorkon.

These are the voyages of the Klingon Defense Force Vessel I.K.S Gorkon, part of the mighty new Chancellor class. Its mission: to explore strange new worlds ... to seek out new life and new civilizations ... and to conquer them for the greater glory of the Klingon Empire!

In February 2007, it was announced that the series would expand to cover the Klingon Empire in more detail, being given the title Klingon Empire with the release of A Burning House.

Novels

  1. A Good Day to Die
  2. Honor Bound
  3. Enemy Territory
  4. A Burning House

Before being given a series of his own, Klag first appeared in:

Other appearances:

Main characters

  • Klag, son of M'Raq (Klag, son of M'Raq (β)), captain of the Gorkon.
For canon appearance, see Klag (Lieutenant) and TNG: "A Matter Of Honor".
  • B'Oraq (B'Oraq (β)), ship's physician. Studied at Starfleet Medical.
  • Kurak (Kurak, daughter of Haleka (β)), chief engineer.
For canon appearance, see Kurak and TNG: "Suspicions".
  • Drex, son of Martok (Drex, son of Martok (β)), sometime first officer of the Gorkon.
For canon appearance, see Drex and DS9: "The Way of the Warrior".
  • Tereth (Tereth (β)), sometime first officer of the Gorkon.
  • Kornan (Kornan, son of Shovak (β)), sometime first officer of the Gorkon.
For canon appearance, see Kornan and DS9: "Soldiers of the Empire".
  • Toq (Toq (β)), initially a junior operations officer, later second officer, later first officer.
For canon appearance, see Toq and TNG: "Birthright, Part II".
  • Leskit (Leskit (β)), ship's pilot.
For canon appearance, see Leskit and DS9: "Soldiers of the Empire".
  • Lokor (Lokor (β)), chief of security.
  • Rodek, son of Noggra (Rodek, son of Noggra (β)), ship's gunner. Formerly Kurn, son of Mogh (Kurn, son of Mogh (β)).
For canon appearances, see Kurn and Rodek, especially DS9: "Sons of Mogh".
  • Wol (Wol (β)), leader of the Fifteenth Squad of the ship's infantry.
    • She has never appeared on screen, but Lucy Lawless was the inspiration for the character.

Other characters

  • Vok (Vok (β)), QaS DevwI' of the First Company (First-Fifteenth Squads) of the ship's infantry.
  • Morr (Morr (β)), leader of the First Squad of the ship's infantry, and the captain's personal bodyguard.
  • G'joth (G'joth (β)), member of the Fifteenth Squad of the ship's infantry.
  • Goran (Goran (β)), member of the Fifteenth Squad of the ship's infantry.
    • The character of Goran was inspired by the late wrestler turned actor, Andre the Giant.
  • Davok (Davok (β)), sometime member of the Fifteenth Squad of the ship's infantry.
  • Krevor (Krevor (β)), sometime member of the Fifteenth Squad of the ship's infantry.
  • Maris, sometime member of the Seventh, then Fifteenth Squad of the ship's infantry.
  • Trant, sometime member of the Seventh, then Fifteenth Squad of the ship's infantry. Although in reality, an undercover operative of Imperial Intelligence.

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