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The three make camp and sleep through the night, but Dax is awoken by a scuffle between Kor and Worf.The fight between them stops momentarily after Toral and his men arrive.In this episode, Kor returns to the station to recruit Lt. The episode was the first in the series to feature the character of Worf, who had previously been a character on The Next Generation, in a central storyline.Due to time restraints in filming, there were edits made to the scripts and the production team were forced to make best use of the cave sets which had been seen on the show previously.Colicos had first appeared as Kor in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Errand of Mercy", and had previously appeared in this series in the episode "Blood Oath". Jadzia Dax (Terry Farrell) to help to find the ancient Sword of Kahless.Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures on Deep Space Nine, a space station located near a stable wormhole between the Alpha and Gamma quadrants of the Milky Way Galaxy. After they find the sword, they are forced to evade the forces of Toral (Rick Pasqualone), Son of Duras, and Worf and Kor come to blows over the future use of the weapon.After Toral is subdued, Kor and Worf again attack each other.Jadzia shoots them both with her phaser set to stun and then forces Toral to deactivate the transport blocker so that the three can return to the Runabout.
The story was created by Richard Danus, who had been the executive story editor during the third season of TNG, when Ira Steven Behr joined the production team.Kor begins to talk about how it would allow him to overthrow Chancellor Gowron and Emperor Kahless II but Worf says that he should be the one to lead their people.Suddenly, Kor slips down the side of a cliff but refuses to let go of the sword."The Sword of Kahless" is the 81st episode of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the ninth of the fourth season.It originally aired on November 20, 1995 in broadcast syndication.