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Old June 29 2012, 07:18 PM   #15
Eric Cheung
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Re: Which serise was Worf the best in?


On TNG he was a punching bag.

On DS9 he was a passionate warrior:
Ikat'ika wrote:
I yield. I cannot defeat this Klingon. All I can do is kill him. And that no longer holds my interest.
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he was better on TNG. He stood out there. He was unique. On DS9, he was almost a Klingon version of Odo.

DS9 had many more alien characters and outsiders, so Worf didn't stand out as the alien outsider.
I don't know. I think what's remarkable about Worf coming aboard DS9 is that he's very different from other Starfleet officers that might have challenged Odo like Primmin and Eddington. In fact their ability to bond gruffly over their similarities was a wonderful touch to the addition of Worf.
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Plus, Worf seemed to lose a lot of the dry sense of humor that he had on TNG and became more of a stick in the mud.
I don't think that's the case at all. I will grant you that the DS9 writers definitely tried to challenge Worf's ideology and even frequently put him on the wrong side of an issue, but I actually think that's an asset to Worf as a character.

But his humor was still there. For example, when asked about the content of Klingon dreams:
Worf wrote:
Things that would send cold chills down your spine, and wake you in the middle of the night. No, it is better that you do not know.
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