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The Klingon Way A Warrior's Guide

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Marc Okrand the foremost authority on Klingon language and customs offers the first distilled collection of proverbs and aphorisms from the most famous warriors in the galaxy From fierce ex. d

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Pressions of character A warrior's blood boils before the fire is hot to enduring nuggets of practical advice To find ale go into a bar these 200 gems of wisdom each offered in English and. Nothing wrong with it really I think I've just absorbed too much data on Klingons and thus there wasn't really anything new and interesting

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Klingon with explanatory notes bring the rich tradition of Klingon philosophy to all the lesser races who have hitherto struggled in vain to comprehend the greatness of Klingon civilization. A book about Klingon traditions proverbs and hence a good guide to their culture However linguistically it doesn't provide any new information Written in both English and Klingon only refers to the proverbs which are given in both languages Hence I didn't fully read it and just had a few looks into it


10 thoughts on “The Klingon Way A Warrior's Guide

  1. says:

    Today is good day to read wej mess tlhInganpu' In Star Trek there isn't an alien race popular than the KlingonsSure in this franchise you have many fan favorites like the Vulcan the Romulans the Borg and so on but it's clear that the impact of the Klingons in Star Trek is one with honor fierceness and versatilySince depending the century that you're watching andor reading a story involving Klingons they may be bitter enemies or formidable allies and you always will be thrilled to see them in action the same battling aboard their cruisers or in ground using their lethal hand to hand weaponsAnd they are one of the few alien races to appear in all Star Trek spin offsKor Koloth Kang Kruge Chang Gorkon Azetbur Worf K'Ehleyr Alexander Rozhenko K'mpec Duras Lursa B'Etor B'Elanna Torres Gowron Martok and of course don't forgetKahlessAnd these are only some of the most popular Klingons and as I commented before some of them have been fearsome foes the same as valuable friends all depending to whom and whenAnd even they were the first alien species having a published dictionary made by a real professional linguistKlingons my friends only them Suv 'ej batlh Hegh This reference book about the Klingons is a guide of how this alien race lives everyday in their society where while some are mistaken to think that all are warriors just think in a real civilization there are many indispensable roles to fill if they want to survive and having provided but even if those that aren't warriors all of them must live with honorObviously you can't expect that a whole race would live in the same way but those who want to enter into Sto vo kor in the afterlife with their heads up they must follow the Klingon Way where there isn't nothing important to live and die with honorThey are a proud race and if you want to live longerit's better not crossing their pathsor even better having them as your own allies apla'


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    Visualize Great and mighty Klingon Warriors all with their heads in the book learning the ways of Khalos I couldn't either this is written as if you were trying to learn the foreign language It was an audio book and I have to give it points for getting Michael Dorn and Roxann Dawson to do the voices but I guess personally I wasn't ready to learn great and mighty Klingon sayings at this time maybe after I learn Spanish or Hebrew I may be ready This was a good read for the right person not me at this time


  4. says:

    I found the audiobook to this and I'm assuming like just about all of them from back then it was an abridged version But the substance was still pretty good it takes sayings proverbs or the like from various times or series that a klingon might have said and explains it in terms of Klingon history or behavior It's a nice behind the scenes look to the culture The audiobook though for as good and cool to have the two main Klingons narrating it from the year this came out Worf and B'Elanna it was kind of on the boring side


  5. says:

    Nothing wrong with it really I think I've just absorbed too much data on Klingons and thus there wasn't really anything new and interesting


  6. says:

    Cute but short It was an interesting insight into Klingon culture but nothing revelatory


  7. says:

    The book is a collection of proverbs and uotes from one of the most famous alien species of the Star Trek universe If one follows the series then the fact that Klingons are an honor bound violent battle loving species is not surprising but the variations of uotes attributed them over the years is enough to give credence to the idea that this fictitious species has been building a culture and refining phrases related to their honor code as they have interacted with other species If you like the series or collect uotes pick this one up but I would not recommend it to anyone as a jumping on point for those new to Trek or Klingons


  8. says:

    A book about Klingon traditions proverbs and hence a good guide to their culture However linguistically it doesn't provide any new information Written in both English and Klingon only refers to the proverbs which are given in both languages Hence I didn't fully read it and just had a few looks into it


  9. says:

    This entire book is nothing but proverbs and axioms along with interpretations of those and stories of their in universe origins If you are expecting a book with organized rules codes etc this is not it I enjoyed it but it does reuire some work on the reader's part to make something resembling a code of bushido out of it


  10. says:

    I tend to listen to the audiobook of this once or twice a year It offers a great insight into Klingon culture and ideology through common phrases in Klingon


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