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Worf

Worf is a Klingon in the fictional Star Trek universe. This character appears in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and in movies based upon The Next Generation series. Worf is played by actor Michael Dorn[?].

Timeline of Worf's life:

  • 2340 (Stardate 17938): Born into The House of Mogh on Dec. 9.
  • 2346 (Stardate ~23000): His parents die in the Khitomer[?] attack. Worf (age 6) is rescued by Sergey Rozhenko[?] and is adopted by him and his wife Helena Rozhenko[?].
  • 2357 (Stardate ~34000): Worf is the first Klingon to enter the Starfleet Academy.
  • 2361 (Stardate ~38000): Left the academy.
  • 2364 (Stardate ~41000): Assigned to the U.S.S. Enterprise-D as relief con and tactical officer. (Rank: Lieutenant j.g)
  • 2365 (Between Stardates 41986 and 42073.1): Promoted to lieutenant and made permanent security chief[?] following the death of Natasha Yar (Skin of Evil).
  • 2367 (Stardate 44995): Resigned from Starfleet to fight in the Klingon Civil War[?] (Redemption, Part 1).
  • 2368 (Stardate 45020): Starfleet commission reactivated, no change in rank (Redemption, Part 2).
  • 2371 (Stardate ~48000): Promoted to lieutenant commander and put on detached leave from Enterprise (Generations)
  • 2372 (Stardate 49011.4): Transferred to command division on Deep Space Nine under Captain Benjamin Sisko and is excommunicated by Gowron for refusing to support the Klingon attack on Cardassia (The Way of the Warrior).
  • 2373 (Between Stardates 50712.5 and 50814.2): Joins The House of Martok, bringing honor back to himself (Soldiers of the Empire).
  • 2374 (Stardate 51247.5): Married to Jadzia Dax on April 1 (You are Cordially Invited).
  • 2375 (Shortly after Stardate 52645.7): Becomes the Federation ambassador to Qo'noS (What You Leave Behind).

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See also: Star Trek



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