So what is the Klingon strategy we have seen to date? Roughly— The Empire is in disarray. T’Kuvma finds the Torch Ship aka The Ship of the Dead. Ok. It’s thousands of years old but far more advanced that current technology? It ends up destroying many Starfleet ships and has a cloaking device. Huh? Where did it come from and why has the tech been lost? A SECOND ship rams Europa while cloaked and destroys her. Europa presumably destroys this ship with their warp core explosion. T’Kuvma rambles on about the Black Fleet. Where’s the rest? Why would you sacrifice your ONLY other cloaked ship in this way? Is there a fleet at all? Shenzou disables the Ship of the Dead and it orbits for six months without either side seeking the tech? Huh? Voq won’t go get the missing part which takes about 30 minutes. He’d rather starve. Starving is losing. Huh? Kol gets the Ship of the Dead for its cloak. I do get this one! And uses it to build his allegiance. But we see over and over (Binary Stars, Lorca’s shuttle) the Feds can’t detect Klingon ships until they arrive anyway. Why is a cloak so important if the Feds routinely can’t see you approach? Discovery is said to turn the tide of the battle. But she’s only one ship. Put three cruisers supporting each other, leave shields up, and she would be very hard pressed to win the day. Why not convoy? And the fancy 100 jump scenario seemed like a first time event. How did Discovery win the other battles? Not by just showing up and fighting normally. Wouldn’t beam weapons be able to identify and track Discovery almost immediately? Back to the Klingons. Kol sees Discovery acting strangely. He orders warp. Yes, there’s a distraction but no one actually pushes that button? Huh? The Klingon strategy does not look capable of winning the war. Not if you have to decloak to fire. Anyone seeing this differently? Perhaps the K goal is to harass (get dilithium etc as shown) instead of win?