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D'Ghor was a male Klingon who lived in the 24th century. D'Ghor's family have been enemies of Kozak's for generations.

In 2371, after Kozak died in an accident in Quark's bar on Deep Space 9, D'Ghor travelled there to force Quark to say that Kozak had died in honorable combat, thus preventing Grilka from becoming head of the House of Kozak. D'Ghor approached Gowron and the Klingon High Council and requested that he take over the Great House. Quark was able to prove that D'Ghor had been plotting against Kozak and Grilka for years and, when D'Ghor attempted to kill Quark, who was unarmed, Gowron condemned him for his lack of honor. D'Ghor received a discommendation from the High Council. (DS9 episode: "The House of Quark")

During the conflict between the Klingon Empire and the Cardassians, several of D'Ghor's cousins became prominent for military successes and D'Ghor was able to use this prestige to make a return. By 2373, the House of D'Ghor had been engaged by the Reletek to provide them with security, a deal which also gave D'Ghor access to Reletek transphasic sensors. These sensors allowed detection of raw materials in interphase from objects that had been disintegrated and that could then be transported back into normal reality. D'Ghor began to systematically destroy valuables belonging to Grilka and use the sensors to find the interphase materials. D'Ghor later came to Deep Space 9 after Quark ended a contract with the Reletek and attempted to force him to return to the terms of the agreement. Odo arrested D'Ghor after Quark was able to have D'Ghor confess to his actions. (DS9 short story: "... Loved I Not Honor More")

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