Trekspertise – A History Of The Klingon People (Part One)

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Trekspertise - A History Of The Klingon People (Part One)

forex trading algorithm pdf Klingons: Love ’em or hate ’em, they are the Star Trek Franchise’s most fleshed out alien species. But, how much backstory has been revealed? How much do you know about this singularly epic people?

منتدى الاسهم السعوديه CORRECTION: At 4:06, it is “ethnocentric”. Not “ethnocentristic”. That’s an embarassing mistake. Lesson here is to not trust your spell check too deeply.

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دليل شركات الفوركس A massive thank you to Ormorje for providing some most excellent music to this episode. You should drop what you are doing and listen to his sounds right now (https://soundcloud.com/ormorje). You’ll be glad you did =)

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Trekspertise - A History Of The Klingon People (Part One)

Klingons: Love 'em or hate 'em, they are the Star Trek Franchise's most fleshed out alien species. But, how much backstory has been revealed? How much do you know about this singularly epic people?

CORRECTION: At 4:06, it is "ethnocentric". Not "ethnocentristic". That's an embarassing mistake. Lesson here is to not trust your spell check too deeply.

STAR TREK ENCYCLOPEDIA: This is a random, informal giveaway. If you are interested, all you have to do it subscribe to my other YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/kylesullivan) and leave just ONE COMMENT on just ONE VIDEO on that channel. The comment must include a haiku about Data's cat, written from the perspective of Data. Selection will be random. You have until December 19, 2016 to leave your haiku comment.

This episode was made possible by the support of Andrew W. Blocker, Troy Bernier, Nathan Lucero, Patteroast and the other generous supporters of Patreon. Show your support here: http://bit.ly/26IC6vm

Special Thanks - James Cutter, for providing the excellent voices of Kahless and Kortar - he sounds very Klingon, doesn't he? Katie Boyer provided the voice fo the female Klingon Heart.

A massive thank you to Ormorje for providing some most excellent music to this episode. You should drop what you are doing and listen to his sounds right now (https://soundcloud.com/ormorje). You’ll be glad you did =)

You can take a look at this video's "work cited" page here: http://bit.ly/2g4EQjK

Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

That being said, STAR TREK and all related marks, logos and characters are owned by CBS Studios Inc. Trekspertise, the website, the promotion thereof and/or any exhibition of material created by Trekspertise are not endorsed or sponsored by or affiliated with CBS/Paramount Pictures or the STAR TREK franchise.
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20 thoughts on “Trekspertise – A History Of The Klingon People (Part One)

  1. Captain Lokiawa

    Yaaay can not wait for part deux! 😆
    Of all the cultures in Star Trek the Klingons are the most interesting to me and no where near as annoying as the Bajoran culture…plus Klingon stories are really entertaining to hear thanks to the show/movie writers.

  2. evo

    Now that you're back at it I've joined patreon, $1 isn't a lot but I hope it helps and more people do the same 🙂 Your content is the best trek content I've ever come across.

  3. xBeau Gaming

    This was one of the most well edited and thought out video I have seen in a long time. Great job buddy!!

  4. Muammar A Johnson

    I wish Bethesda would buy star trek. there is so much potential and they are the best at it. though to be honest trek is just a spaceage naval adventure with elves and shit… I guess I take It back.

  5. Bryan McClure

    for people who claim to be secular these Klingons seem awfully religious have their own afterlife their own spirits their own Messiah like figure prophesied to return all these things sound very little religious to me Maybe not a theist religion but still a religion

  6. Cameron Anderson

    So glad you are back. I love your videos. Gul Dukat IS one of the best villains of all time.

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