Worf is worried when his pre-teen son Alexander, at the age to commit to becoming a warrior, refuses the ceremony. Picard grants him a visit to a Klingon outpost, where the boy gets a taste for Klingon fight training. They also become the target of a murder attempt, which K'Mtar, a trusted adviser of Worf's House, ascribes to the surviving sisters of the House of Duras, who are tracked down, involved in illegal mining, but deny and suggest a mystery killer. K'Mtar fails to convince Alexander or Worf that the boy should enroll in a Klingon school to get rid of his human moralism. The truth is about a spectacular assumed identity.
Did You Know?
On the outpost during the festival, Dr. Crusher asks Worf what "Molor" is saying, since he is speaking in Klingon. What happened to the ubiquitous universal translator? See more
As time passes, a boy inevitably becomes a man. But what is not inevitable is that a man become a warrior. A warrior must be forged like a sword, tempered by... by...
Tempered by experience.
Ni'tokor O-ta-ke ta Kor [in Kligon]
Performed by Michael Danek
and John K. Shull See more