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In an alternate reality where the poisoning of quadrotriticale at Sherman's Planet led to Klingon hegemony in the Alpha Quadrant, Dugh naHjej, originally Terok Nor, was a Cardassian space station of Cardassian design, a Nor-class outpost in orbit of Bajor and constructed with Bajoran slave labor in the year 2346. (DS9 comic: "Terok Nor")

With the conquest of the Cardassian Union by the Klingon Empire in 2348, Terok Nor became the Klingon Deep Space Station Dugh naHjej. (ST - Myriad Universes novel: Honor in the Night)


Above of Okana Desert.

The Klingon Deep Space Station Dugh naHjej became the seat of the Klingon governor ruling the conquered Cardassian Union. It orbited Bajor above the Okana Desert. The Bajoran Provisional Government, including Minister Jaro Essa, were in favor of Klingon support. Urged by former Federation President Nilz Baris, Governor Kamuk promised to deliver Bajorans into independence.

Kamuk bolstered Dugh naHjej to became a center of trade in the region, attracting Klingon and multi-species commerce to the station.

Baris visited the station shortly before his death to expedite Bajoran independence, but Bajorans like Kira Nerys were offended by Federation intervention against the Klingons but lack thereof against the oppressive Cardassians.

In 2366, the Federation News Service reporter Marta Jensen interviewed Quark, Lieutenant Worf and Governor Kamuk about Baris's life and works, learning the shocking truth about Kamuk's true identity and the compromises between President Baris and the Klingons in the 23rd century. (ST - Myriad Universes novel: Honor in the Night)

Personnel and residents



Nor-class space stations
Cardassian Union, Central Command Empok NorLitvok NorOpek NorSentok NorTantok NorTerok Nor Emblem of the Cardassian Union.
Federation, Starfleet Battle Group 1Empok NorDeep Space 9 UFP emblem. Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
(mirror universe)
Alliance NorElvok NorEmpok NorTerok Nor Emblem of the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance.
Terran Rebellion
(mirror universe)
Empok NorTerok Nor Emblem of the Terran Rebellion
Terran Empire
(mirror universe)
Empok NorTerok Nor Emblem of the Terran Empire
Klingon Empire
(alternate reality)
Dugh naHjej Emblem of the Klingon Empire
(Kelvin timeline)
Terok Nor Emblem of the Dominion