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For the regular universe counterpart, see Kurn.

In the mirror universe, Kurn, son of Mogh, was a male Klingon warrior who lived in the 24th century, and a member of the House of Worf.

As of 2372, he held the rank of Captain, and was commanding officer of the IKS Hegh'ta. However, he felt that Worf, Regent of the Klingon High Council and his older brother, was unfairly holding back his advancement, for fears that the Cardassians would accuse him of nepotism. For this reason, Kurn allied himself with Drex, son of Martok, in an effort to gain command of the new Regent-class ship IKS Gorkon. When Kurn learned of a betrayal of the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance by the House of K'Tal, he tried to turn this to his political advantage. However, Commander Klag of the IKS Pagh also learned of this treachery, and due to his heroic actions to reveal it, was granted command of the Gorkon instead. Kurn, in turn, was given command of the IKS Ya'Vang. (ST short story: "Family Matters")

Kurn was able to survive the deposing of Worf as Regent in 2375, remaining as as captain of the Ya'Vang. In 2377, he teamed up with former Intendant Kira Nerys, and together they destroyed the Terran shipyard at Empok Nor, and captured Generals Zek and Julian Bashir. Afterward, Kurn received a promotion to General and replaced Duras as commander of the IKS Negh'Var. (DS9 novels: Saturn's Children, Warpath)

Dark Passions

In 2347, Kurn was killed during the Second Khitomer Massacre on the planet Khitomer in 2347. (ST novel: Dark Passions)

The death of Kurn in 2347 must take place in a separate continuity, as the DS9 novel, Warpath, features Kurn, alive and well, in 2377.

This article uses material from the "Kurn (mirror)" article on the Memory-beta wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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