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'''Valkris''' was a female [[Klingon]] in the late [[23rd century]]. She was a member of one of the [[Great House]]s, and a younger sister to [[Kiosan]].
 
'''Valkris''' was a female [[Klingon]] in the late [[23rd century]]. She was a member of one of the [[Great House]]s, and a younger sister to [[Kiosan]].
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The unnamed house had previously produced high-powered ships. Valkris discovered that she liked to meditate in a high gravity field. While in the presence of non-Klingons, Valkris wore a headcloth that covered most of her head other than her eyes. This was a family custom. She kept a dueling [[dagger]] on her at all times. The sheath of the dagger was encrusted with flakes of various minerals so finely cut, they appeared as [[gemstone]]s. It also contained a thick fringe entwined with discs of multi-colored [[mica]]. Each disc had a different significance to Valkris as they represented various family members. It was one of Valkris' only possessions.
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Valkris had been in several duels and survived them all earning a reputation as a duelist.
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Prior to [[2285]] Valkris had seen a group of [[Felinoid]]s (of the same race as [[Farrendahl]]) perform a hunt. It made her curious about this race and it's culture.
   
 
Eventually, Valkris became one of the few females to lead a Klingon Great House, having been chosen for the honor over Kiosan. The shame of this drove Kiosan to dishonorable behavior. Kiosan's dishonor had tainted the House so badly that Valkris was forced to disown him. During this time, she became involved with [[Commander]] [[Kruge]], feeling that he would help her regain some of the honor she lost due to Kiosan's actions. For his part, Kruge admired the young woman as a fierce warrior.
 
Eventually, Valkris became one of the few females to lead a Klingon Great House, having been chosen for the honor over Kiosan. The shame of this drove Kiosan to dishonorable behavior. Kiosan's dishonor had tainted the House so badly that Valkris was forced to disown him. During this time, she became involved with [[Commander]] [[Kruge]], feeling that he would help her regain some of the honor she lost due to Kiosan's actions. For his part, Kruge admired the young woman as a fierce warrior.
   
After the [[Klingon Empire]] became aware of the existence of [[Project Genesis]], Valkris undertook a mission to obtain a copy of the [[Project Genesis]] data. She was able to obtain a report filed by then [[Admiral]] [[James T. Kirk]], who had included a summary of the Genesis Project data. Once she had seen the data for herself, Valkris obtained transport on board the freighter ''[[Merchantman]]'', which rendezvoused with Kruge's [[HMS Bounty|Bird-of-Prey]]. Valkris transmitted the data to [[Kruge]], telling him that he would find the data useful.
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After the [[Klingon Empire]] became aware of the existence of [[Project Genesis]], Valkris undertook a mission to obtain a copy of the Project Genesis data. She was able to obtain a report filed by then [[Admiral]] [[James T. Kirk]], who had included a summary of the Genesis Project data. Once she had seen the data for herself, Valkris obtained transport on board the freighter ''[[Merchantman]]'', which rendezvoused with Kruge's [[HMS Bounty|Bird-of-Prey]]. Valkris transmitted the data to [[Kruge]], telling him that he would find the data useful.
   
Kruge realized that Valkris had seen the data. Telling her that it was unfortunate, Kruge proceeded to attack and destroy the ''Merchantman'', killing Valkris as well as most of the ''Merchantman's'' crew. ({{mn|TOS|Star Trek III: The Search for Spock}})
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Kruge realized that Valkris had seen the data. Telling her that it was unfortunate, Kruge proceeded to attack and destroy the ''Merchantman'', killing Valkris as well as most of the ''Merchantman's'' crew. ({{mnc|TOS|Star Trek III: The Search for Spock}})
   
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==
 
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[[Category:Klingons]]
 
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Revision as of 03:23, February 25, 2018

Valkris was a female Klingon in the late 23rd century. She was a member of one of the Great Houses, and a younger sister to Kiosan.

The unnamed house had previously produced high-powered ships. Valkris discovered that she liked to meditate in a high gravity field. While in the presence of non-Klingons, Valkris wore a headcloth that covered most of her head other than her eyes. This was a family custom. She kept a dueling dagger on her at all times. The sheath of the dagger was encrusted with flakes of various minerals so finely cut, they appeared as gemstones. It also contained a thick fringe entwined with discs of multi-colored mica. Each disc had a different significance to Valkris as they represented various family members. It was one of Valkris' only possessions.

Valkris had been in several duels and survived them all earning a reputation as a duelist.

Prior to 2285 Valkris had seen a group of Felinoids (of the same race as Farrendahl) perform a hunt. It made her curious about this race and it's culture.

Eventually, Valkris became one of the few females to lead a Klingon Great House, having been chosen for the honor over Kiosan. The shame of this drove Kiosan to dishonorable behavior. Kiosan's dishonor had tainted the House so badly that Valkris was forced to disown him. During this time, she became involved with Commander Kruge, feeling that he would help her regain some of the honor she lost due to Kiosan's actions. For his part, Kruge admired the young woman as a fierce warrior.

After the Klingon Empire became aware of the existence of Project Genesis, Valkris undertook a mission to obtain a copy of the Project Genesis data. She was able to obtain a report filed by then Admiral James T. Kirk, who had included a summary of the Genesis Project data. Once she had seen the data for herself, Valkris obtained transport on board the freighter Merchantman, which rendezvoused with Kruge's Bird-of-Prey. Valkris transmitted the data to Kruge, telling him that he would find the data useful.

Kruge realized that Valkris had seen the data. Telling her that it was unfortunate, Kruge proceeded to attack and destroy the Merchantman, killing Valkris as well as most of the Merchantman's crew. (TOS movie, novelization & comic adaptation: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

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