(") In the year 2154, the Klingons gained access to the genetic material of Human Augments and tried to adapt this genetic engineering to improve themselves.
TOS Klingons were not given many cultural traits, either original or Soviet-like, beyond a generic need for domination and tyranny.
With the advent of Star Trek: The Next Generation and subsequent series the Klingons became allies, and the portrayal of their culture changed to resemble a warrior code similar to the samurai (or, rather, Western imaginations of them) and Vikings.
Klingon starship crews have also been compared to motorcycle gangs.
Francis Bacon described it as a kind of "wild justice" that "does...
offend the law [and] putteth the law out of office".
In Star Trek: The Motion Picture, the Klingons were "reimagined" or retconned, and were depicted with ridged foreheads, new uniforms, and a distinctive Klingon language.
Gene Roddenberry said that the movie-era Klingons are closer to his original vision, but could not be realized in a low-budget television show.
However, the language was problematic at this age because it lacked equivalent words for 'bottle' and 'diaper'.Klingon mating rituals involve dominative and combative attitudes and rituals.parmaqqaypu' (singular parmaqqay) are chosen mates for dedicated recreational sexual congress.However, they were typically portrayed with bronze skin and facial hair suggestive of North Asian peoples such as the Mongols (in fact, Gene L.Coon's only physical description of them in his Errand of Mercy script is "Oriental, hard-faced").
The language was developed after Spock actor Leonard Nimoy decided the creatures should have their own language.