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Worf was a male Klingon who lived during the 24th century. He served in Starfleet as tactical officer and security chief of the USS Enterprise-E and held the rank of lieutenant commander as of 2380.

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In 2379, Worf rejoined his old crewmates from the Enterprise-E on Earth when he attended William Riker and Deanna Troi's wedding ceremony. Following the Earth wedding and while en route to a second ceremony on Betazed, the second wedding was postponed as the Enterprise-E detected positronic signals from the Kolarin system. Following the discovery that the source of the positronic signals was a Soong-type android, B-4, Vice Admiral Kathryn Janeway of Starfleet Command assigned the Enterprise-E to Romulus to begin new peace talks with the new Praetor of the Romulan Star Empire, Shinzon, who was a Human clone of Picard. The peace offer turned out to be a trap and, in the end, Worf, along with the Enterprise crew, had to face Shinzon and the Remans together with the Romulans, after which Worf finally admitted that the Romulans had fought with honor, possibly overcoming his lifelong grudge towards them.[citation needed]

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Jean-Luc Picard Edit

Worf and Jean-Luc Picard had an amiable relationship. Picard seemed to put much faith in Worf's abilities as one of his senior officers. Worf was quite loyal to his captain, and obeyed orders given to him, rarely questioning them. He also understood that Picard typically did not have a casual attitude with his officers while on duty. Worf desperately tried to save Picard from capture by the Zenith Alliance, but unfortunately he was unsuccessful.[1]

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Kardok Edit

Worf considered Kardok to be dishonorable, and questioned his motives in attacking and planning to destroy the USS Enterprise-E. Kardok, on the other hand, thought of Worf as the dishonorable one, having "betrayed" the Klingon Empire by joining Starfleet.[2]

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