History VideoGame / StarTrekKlingonAcademy

6th May '16 2:19:45 PM avon
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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: The entry on Maltz in the library computer, as well as the manual's entry on the B'rel Bird of Prey (Kruge's ship), go out of their way to insist that Maltz died with the rest of Kruge's crew on Genesis. He absolutely did not get captured by the Federation and then assist them in translating the Klingon language.
* ThrowItIn: An in universe example as the instruction manual is written in-universe style. The assumption being that it was likely that Federation spies were also reading this manual, the Klingons are so badass, they include in the introduction [[BringIt a special message for Federation spies]] along with guidelines for converting Klingon dates to Federation (Julian/Gregorian calendar) years.
15th Feb '16 11:18:43 AM OlfinBedwere
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* YouLookFamiliar: Nearly all of the actors in the live-action cutscenes had been in ''Star Trek'' before. That said, none of them aside from Plummer or Gorkon had appeared in anything set in the movie era, meaning that there could potentially be a ''lot'' of [[IdenticalGrandson Identical Grandchildren]] running around in this game.
13th Sep '15 4:12:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* GeneralRipper: Played with by General Chang, who wants nothing more than to obliterate the Federation and wipe the human race off the face of the galaxy, but is also GenreSavvy enough to know that such a war can only take place when the circumstances are absolutely right -- in other words, not when the Empire has an elderly, dying chancellor, or when it's involved in a civil war.

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* GeneralRipper: Played with by General Chang, who wants nothing more than to obliterate the Federation and wipe the human race off the face of the galaxy, but is also GenreSavvy smart enough to know that such a war can only take place when the circumstances are absolutely right -- in other words, not when the Empire has an elderly, dying chancellor, or when it's involved in a civil war.
10th Dec '14 2:49:01 PM allium
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* AllThereInTheManual: Colonel Poktarl's biography describes how one of his earlier commanders made the near-fatal mistake of trying to evade a Romulan squadron by diving into a gas giant's atmosphere at full impulse while cloaked (which necessarily meant his shields were down). In the game, entering any kind of atmosphere while above one-quarter impulse will cause damage, and doing so with shields down will exacerbate the problem.
10th Dec '14 2:35:52 PM allium
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* CollapsingLair: All ships have ratings for their various subsystems weapons, shields, warp drive, etc. that, as they take damage or are repaired, range from 100 (fully functional) to zero (irreparably destroyed). The number of living crew on the ship works the same way (if too many of your ship's crew are killed, it starts to react more slowly to your orders). When a ship's hull value reaches zero, it becomes uncontrollable and is overwhelmed by explosions as it starts to fall apart as this happens, all system ratings start an irreversible drop towards zero (''[[FridgeHorror including the number of living crew]]'').
12th Oct '14 2:29:36 AM Xenest
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* WhatTheHellHero: General Chang calls you out and [[spoiler:demotes you for bringing in Chancellor Gorkon's forces as reinforcements during the battle in the Tal'Ihnor Nebula against the Romulans and letting Melkor escape, forcing Chang to pledge his loyalty to Gorkon and abandon his opposition to his policies.]]
12th Oct '14 2:21:55 AM Xenest
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-->'''General Chang''': I will fight the House of G'Iogh, but I cannot in good conscience support you!
12th Oct '14 2:18:10 AM Xenest
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* EnemyMine: A variation on this becomes apparent in the Civil War arc; while Chang refuses to support Gorkon's ascension to Chancellor, he makes it clear that he hates Melkor and his actions more.
10th Oct '14 3:31:26 AM Xenest
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* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Gunnery Officer Garlok, despite playing no vital role in the game, joins Chang's side when learning of Melkor's treachery by Torlek.]]
10th Oct '14 1:54:33 AM Xenest
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Like its predecessor, the game is set in the early [=2290s=], though this time is structured as a direct prequel to the film ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry'', with Christopher Plummer and David Warner reprising their respective roles as General Chang and Councillor (later Chancellor) Gorkon. Whereas ''Starfleet Academy'' was set entirely in the simulator room (aside from the very last mission) however, only the first half of ''Klingon Academy'' is actually set at the titular institution, with the second half of the storyline having the player character, Torlek fight alongside Chang in a three-way civil war between the newly-installed Gorkon, the traitorous Melkor, and Chang himself.

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Like its predecessor, the game is set in the early [=2290s=], though this time is structured as a direct prequel to the film ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry'', with Christopher Plummer and David Warner reprising their respective roles as General Chang and Councillor Chief of Staff (later Chancellor) Gorkon. Whereas ''Starfleet Academy'' was set entirely in the simulator room (aside from the very last mission) however, only the first half of ''Klingon Academy'' is actually set at the titular institution, with the second half of the storyline having the player character, Torlek fight alongside Chang in a three-way civil war between the newly-installed Gorkon, the traitorous Melkor, and Chang himself.
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