When Dylyp's pet hybor was killed by a predator, he locked himself in his chamber for nearly four days. Solak then performed a mind meld with the boy, calming his tumultuous mind. Afterward, Dylyp asked Solak to teach him about logic, and he nearly ended up performing the kolinahr, a rite for purging all emotion. In the end, Dylyp did not undergo the kolinahr, for fear that he would no longer experience "such emotions as love or sympathy or joy."
Background and trivia Edit
- Before writing "The Ultimate Klingon", CaptFredricks had considered making Solak Dylyp's grandfather, which would have made Dylyp one fourth Vulcan.
Notes and references Edit
|v - e - ?||United Federation of Planets|
|Colony administrators||Willa Post|
|Ambassadors||Jiro Sugihara • Sokketh† • Spock?|
|Researchers||Ghee P'Trell • Amar Singh^|
|Vulcan civilians||T'Pela • Savin • Saalar • Solak|
|Human civilians||Keith Wells • Michael Jones • Martha Jones • Robert Jones† • Mr. Jones • Jason Fredricks' grandfather† • Remus Wells • Veronica Wells • Maria Fredricks • Mack • Amanda Wells • Sidney Wells • Cassidy • Micha Hauser • Gerry Collins • David Hauser† • Mrs. L'eher • Benjamin Wells|
|Other civilians||B-4 • Crusoe • Danna Brott† • Thoros Azeli • Nessha Azeli • Ziphla Azeli|