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In Klingon mythology, sto-vo-kor is the afterlife of the wanted dead, where all worthy warriors go after they die to fight an eternal battle against great enemies.

A Klingon would be deemed to be worthy to enter sto-vo-kor by dying in battle or by performing an heroic deed. Entry into sto-vo-kor would also occur if an individual allowed themselves to be killed by another Klingon. (DS9 episode: "Children of Time")

Alternatively, relatives of a deceased individual may also perform a great deed in their honor to ensure their arrival in sto-vor-kor. (DS9 episodes: "Image in the Sand", "Shadows and Symbols")

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Sto'vo'kor was the Klingon afterlife, where all honored warriors went to fight the eternal battle against their enemies.

A Klingon could get into Sto'vo'kor by doing a heroic deed or dying with honor on the battlefield. The relative and friends of the deceased could also ensure their place in Sto'vo'kor by completing such a deed in the name of the deceased. (DS9: "Children of Time", "Image in the Sand", "Shadow and Symbols")

In an alternate unvierse after Hasalt requested an honorable death to get into Sto-Vo-Kor, Jonathan Masters refused and promised only dishonour for Hasalt after he died. (Other Knights: Star Trek: Swiftfire: "There's No Angels Here")

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