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Species: Klingon
Gender: Male
Affiliation: Klingon Empire
Occupation: Chancellor of the Klingon Empire
In Office: c2255-2266-?

Sturka was a male Klingon who rose to become Chancellor of the High Council of the Klingon Empire sometime prior to 2255.

In 2218, Councillor Sturka received a report from Do'Yoj including information about the baby Albino. Sturka later used this knowledge to take prominence and power from the House of Ngoj. (TLE novel: Excelsior: Forged in Fire)

As Chancellor, Sturka held power by keeping the High Council divided into three rival factions, in order to prevent the councillors from plotting against him. One of the council members allied with Sturka was Councillor Gorkon.

In 2265, following the mysterious destruction of the USS Bombay, Sturka presided over a meeting of the High Council to determine whether the Klingon Empire should take advantage and attack Starbase Vanguard in the Taurus Reach. Sturka ultimately decided against such an attack, but also instructed Councillor Duras to investigate the reasons behind the Federation's expansion into the Reach. (VAN novel: Harbinger)

In late 2267, Gorkon attempted to convince Sturka to pursue peace with the United Federation of Planets and with the Tholian Assembly. Sturka rejected the idea outright. (VGD novel: Precipice)

An unnamed Klingon Chancellor is depicted in the IDW comic "Beneath the Skin". As this story is also set in 2267, this unnamed character may be presumed to be Sturka.


Preceded by:
Chancellor of the High Council of the Klingon Empire
c. 2255unspecified
Succeeded by:
Chancellors of the High Council of the Klingon Empire
Emblem of the Klingon Empire Mow'gaM'RekSturkaKeshDurakLorakGorkon, son of ToqAzetbur, daughter of GorkonKaargDitaghKravokh, son of J'DoqK'mpecGowron, son of M'RelMartok, son of Urthog Emblem of the Klingon Empire
Italization indicates Chancellors who may only have served in alternate continuities to the majority listed here.

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