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Appendices Edit

Appearances Edit

  • DIS:
    • “Point of Light”
    • “Through the Valley of Shadows”
    • “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2”
  • TOS-R:
    • “Errand of Mercy”
    • “Friday’s Child”
    • “The Trouble with Tribbles”
    • “A Private Little War”
  • TOS:
    • “Elaan of Troyius”
    • “The Enterprise Incident”
    • “Day of the Dove”
  • TAS:
    • “More Tribbles, More Troubles”
    • “The Survivor”
    • “The Time Trap”
    • “The Practical Joker”
  • TNG:
    • “The Naked Now” (LCARS graphic)
    • “The Last Outpost” (LCARS graphic)
    • “Conspiracy” (LCARS graphic)
    • “Peak Performance” (model)
    • “Booby Trap” (model)
  • DS9:
    • “Trials and Tribble-ations”
    • “Favor the Bold” (LCARS graphic)
    • “Sacrifice of Angels” (LCARS graphic)
    • “Tears of the Prophets” (LCARS graphic)
    • “What You Leave Behind” (LCARS graphic)
  • VOY:
    • “Drone” (LCARS graphic)
    • “The Voyager Conspiracy” (LCARS graphic)
    • “Prophecy”

Background information Edit

Name origins Edit

The term “D-7” remained the speculated designation for the Klingon battle cruiser for many years, at the time simply referred to as the “Klingon Battle Cruiser” in production sources, with origins rooting to an incident Gene Roddenberry recalls in The Making of Star Trek, which is linked to how he likened the cast’s relationship to that of a family:

The designation was not actually referenced on screen until Star Trek‘s 30th anniversary, in the DS9 Season 5 episode “Trials and Tribble-ations”, where Kira Nerys identified this type as a “D-7 battle cruiser”, a term that also appeared on an okudagram on a number of occasions. In the VOY Season 7 episode “Prophecy”, Tuvok identified this type as a “D-7 class cruiser”.

Studio models Edit

See D7-class model

Inconsistencies Edit

In writing the DS9 Season 7 episode, “Once More Unto the Breach”, Ronald D. Moore stated that he intentionally included a nod to The Animated Series by means of a reference to the TAS Season 1 episode “The Time Trap”. (X) In this reference, the elderly Kor recalled the time when he commanded the Klothos during the Battle of Caleb IV, a vessel he described as being “one of the old D-5 cruisers.” While the reference the cloaking device-equipped Klothos matched the Klothos that appeared in “The Time Trap”, the design itself had actually appeared as a slight variant of the D7 class, rather than the D5 class design that was later introduced in the ENT Season 2 episode ENT: “Marauders”.

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The D7 from “Prophecy”

The designation of the Klingon battle cruiser that appear in the episode “Prophecy” was misidentified in the script during the ship’s appearance. Writer Mike Sussman later explained the mistake in a response to an article. He assumed that the physical model built by Jein from “Trials and Tribble-ations” could be reused in the episode. However all the effects were apparently to be computer generated. To his knowledge, a CGI version of Jein’s D7 did not exist at the time and it would have cost a fair amount of money to design one. Had Sussman been aware of this, he would have simply changed the script.

  • D7 class at Memory Beta, the wiki for licensed Star Trek works

History Edit

L’Rell presents the new D7 design to the High Council

The D7 was introduced in by Chancellor L’Rell as she presented the ships’s schematics to the Klingon High Council. She hoped that the design would enter mass production and be a symbol of Klingon unity embraced by all Houses. (DIS: “Point of Light”)

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A D7 and Discovery over Boreth

One of the first D7-class vessels ferried Chancellor L’Rell to meet with the USS Discovery at Boreth. Several of these ships later fought the Section 31 armada in support of Discovery and USS Enterprise. (DIS: “Through the Valley of Shadows”, “Such Sweet Sorrow, Part 2”)

The D7 class served as the backbone of the fleet from the late 2250s through the 2270s, where they posed a serious threat to the security of the Federation and Starfleet. (TOS-R: “Errand of Mercy”, et al. TAS: “More Tribbles, More Troubles”) Among the mission profiles designated for this class was that of scout ship. (TOS-R: “Friday’s Child”)

The Romulan Star Empire began using the same design by . (TOS: “The Enterprise Incident”)

According to the Star Trek Chronology the line regarding a Romulan-Klingon Alliance was added to “Reunion” to explain the Romulan use of D7s.

Interest in these vessels by the Federation continued to appear well into the 2370s, as data on this class was commonly found within numerous Starfleet files. (TNG: “The Naked Now”, “The Last Outpost”, “Conspiracy”; VOY: “Drone”, “The Voyager Conspiracy”)

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A D7 generational ship in 2377

At least one D7 remained operational until , when it was used by a Klingon religious sect that left the Klingon Empire in the mid-23rd century on a multi-generational quest to the Delta Quadrant. This vessel was destroyed when the ship’s commander, Kohlar, initiated a self-destruct. (VOY: “Prophecy”)

By the 2270s, the K’t’inga-class had largely replaced the D7. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture) By , the D7 had been retired “for decades.” (VOY: “Prophecy”)

Interior design Edit

Crew complement Edit

The average crew complement of a Klingon D7 was comparable to a Constitution class, and consisted of around 430. (TOS: “Day of the Dove”)

The interiors of the Romulan ship seen in “The Enterprise Incident” were the corridors of the Enterprise set with all wall props removed and a different lighting scheme.

Main bridge Edit

Referred to by the Romulans as “Control Central”, the bridge was the nerve center of the D7 class. (TOS: “The Enterprise Incident”)

For Star Trek: The Motion Picture, the Klingon bridge was constructed on a six-level set to facilitate piece-by-piece removal of parts, for placement of blue screens which allowed “front to back” vaporizing of the bridge to be depicted. (Star Trek Monthly issue 49, p. 39)

Romulan bridge, 2268

Viewscreen of the D7-class Klothos, 2269

Romulan Bridge, 2270

Klingon Bridge, 2377

Klingon Bridge, 2377

Viewscreen, 2377

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Conference room Edit

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Conference room of the D7-class Klothos

The conference room was used as a meeting place for the ship’s senior staff for mission briefings. It contained a triangular table embossed with the emblem of the Klingon Empire, with each side of the table having its own set of chairs. Surrounding the table are various computer consoles. (TAS: “The Time Trap”)

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