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IKS Toh'Kaht
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IKS Toh'Kaht

Class: Vor'cha-class
Owner: Klingon Empire
Operator: Klingon Defense Force
Status: Destroyed (2369)

The IKS Toh'Kaht was a Klingon Vor'cha-class attack cruiser that was in service with the Klingon Defense Force in the mid-24th century.

In 2369, the Toh'Kaht traveled to the Gamma Quadrant under the command of Captain Tel-Peh, first officer Hon-Tihl and medical officer Kee-Bhor. The vessel was on a two month bio-survey mission with intentions of establishing the first Klingon colony on the other side of the Bajoran wormhole. The covert secondary mission of the Toh'Kaht was to discover alien weapons technology, and return it to the Empire.

Approximately three weeks after departure from Deep Space 9, the Toh'Kaht returned through the wormhole a month ahead of schedule. Immediately after clearing the event horizon, the vessel exploded. Further investigations found that the ship had been sabotaged and was destroyed from the detonation of a thalmerite device on the ship's reactor core. Hon'Tihl was the only survivor of the explosion, but died shortly after beaming to the station.

It was later discovered that the Toh'Kaht had fallen under the influence of a set of energy spheres on Saltah'na V, causing paranoia and factionism amongst its crew, a re-enactment of the events that led to the destruction of the Saltah'na species. (DS9: "Dramatis Personae")

See also Edit

According to the script for the episode [1], the pronunciation for Toh'Kaht was "TOE kot". In that script, the Toh'Kaht was classified as a Bird-of-Prey.


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