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In the 23rd century novel, The Final Reflection, Khidri tai-Gensa was a Klingon character.

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Khidri, by the name given in the book, was described as a member of the Gensa family. In a dramatized re-telling of the early 23rd century life of Vrenn, Khidri was senior proctor of the Gensa line's House 24. He had been a commander in the Klingon Navy until he suffered lung damage in a vacuum. (TOS - Worlds Apart novel: The Final Reflection)


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Topics relating to the 23rd century novel The Final Reflection
Publication J.M. Ford, author • Mimi Panitch, editor
Characters DezheGraadeKhidri tai-GensaAmanda GraysonKevKotkheKovar sutai-RustazhKrenn sutai-RustazhLucyOdiseRaggaRokisRuzhe AvellSarekSegonSovinSpockSudokEmanuel TagoreTatellT'tainMarcus van DiemenVolohCarter WinstonZhoka
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As this character was part of a narrative written by a 23rd century author, based on notes passed on from other persons, it is unclear if this was a real person in the Star Trek universe, and if so, whether or not they did the specific things described in that work of fiction.

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