One pale skinned person’s excursion to losing his personality in the stars – for honor!
Before we get moving, spoilers ahead for season one of Star Trek: Discovery. You’ve been cautioned, so bar out of here on the off chance that you don’t need the show destroyed for you.
As Star Trek: Discovery wraps up for it, it’s a great opportunity to return to the main two or three seasons. The show’s fans know that a major uncovering during the new team’s underlying excursion was that their head of safety, Ash Tyler, was really a noticeable Klingon and spy. The person was carefully modified, possessed his intellect mixed, and held onto aims of leaving a couple of additional bodies than only the specialist afterward, however destiny and Michael Burnham had different plans.
Many fans had sorted the riddle out not long before the uncovering, yet watching the story unfurl was all the while invigorating. I was getting a charge out of seeing a pale skinned person take such a winding and difficult way to reclamation, until I understood that the main attribute I imparted to him, our absence of pigmentation, was gone and not returning.
The Klingons of Star Trek are not known for being lovely, particularly to one another, and they esteem strength in general. To them, albinism is viewed as a shortcoming, an interesting actual deformation that could impede one’s ability on the field of fight. Voq was treated as an oddity, and being an outsider he didn’t have a Great House to guarantee, alluding to himself as a “Child of None.” This put him in a difficult spot in more than one way, so it is less amazing that he consented to go through the “choH’a’,” to change his appearance and have another last extraordinary chance to show off his abilities among his siblings and honor Kahless.