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Video: Klingon Language Lesson From Star Trek: Infinite Space May 24, 2011

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To get you ready for their upcoming browser game Star Trek: Infinite Space," Gameforge has released a Klingon language lesson video. Watch it below.


Klingon Lesson from ST: Infinite Space

Here is "Klingon Lesson 1" from Gameforge, makers of the upcoming game Star Trek: Infinite Space.

More Klingon?

If you really want to learn Klingon, you can purchase "The Klingon Dictionary" by Mark Okrand (who invented Klingon). Or his follow-up book "Klingon for the Galactic Traveler." And for even more, visit the Klingon Language Institute online.



1. TrekkieSteve - May 24, 2011

Very cool.

2. NickInABox - May 24, 2011

There’s something awkward and adorable about that video.

3. CHRIS ROD - May 24, 2011

that is cool, ,idk why.. but i love it! QAPLA’!!

4. U.S.S. Manila NCC-99232 - May 24, 2011


5. GilmourD - May 25, 2011

Is it just me or was the latex coming off by his left eye?

6. TJ TREK - May 25, 2011

yah…I can just tell from the freeze frame…..

7. Robert Bernardo - May 25, 2011

A Klingon wearing a suit and tie? ;)

8. Let Them Eat Plomeek Soup - May 25, 2011

I just tried to do the slapping-shoulder gesture. It still hurts…

I want to learn Klingon so I can confuse my family and so that no one will be able to read my journal. Maybe I’ll do that.

9. zperk - May 25, 2011

German fans make for some uber nerdy Klingons

10. Let Them Eat Plomeek Soup - May 25, 2011

I have just caught an inside joke in the movie “Team America: World Police” where the Film Actors Guild all shout “QAPLA!” in Klingon. I never figured that out until today.

11. pissed off virgin vulcan basement nerd - May 26, 2011

i like it

12. NickInABox - May 26, 2011

I’d just like to add, that you have to say QAPLA! Not… Qaplaaaawwwwhhhh

13. Bren (Destructor!!!) - May 26, 2011

I once saw a German fan group that set up a role play team and a mock up Bridge connected to a computer, on which they played Star Trek Bridge Commander. They had make up and costumes and props and everything. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want to join them.

It illustrates that when Germans are fans of things, they go all the way in a much less self-conscious way than just about anyone else. You’ve got to admire that.

That’s why I initially had some faith in this game. The top down 2D combat gameplay turned me off it, though. I’d still count myself as more hostile towards STO, though, than this. is represented by Gorilla Nation. Please contact Gorilla Nation for ad rates, packages and general advertising information.