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 [{{::​kharn-headshot.jpg |**LESS GARTH** Revisions in 2015's "​final"​ //Axanar// script portrayed Klingon commander Kharn (Richard Hatch) as the character driving the story forward.}}] [{{::​kharn-headshot.jpg |**LESS GARTH** Revisions in 2015's "​final"​ //Axanar// script portrayed Klingon commander Kharn (Richard Hatch) as the character driving the story forward.}}]
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 +<wrap lo>//See also: [[axanar_sporking|Meet the Daily Blogger Critiquing Leaked '​Axanar'​ Script]]//</​wrap>​
  
 A heavy revision of the 2014 script by Peters and former director Christian Gossett, this newer version by Peters and film writer/​commercial video producer [[imdb>​name/​nm7469629/​|Bill Hunt]] addresses the earlier script’s problems of hollow characters, uninspired dialogue, and weak plotting by pulling focus away from [[mema>​Garth of Izar]], giving more lines and scenes to other characters, and creating the only real emotional conflict in the story between the antagonist, the Klingon Kharn the Undying, and his lieutenant, Chang. A heavy revision of the 2014 script by Peters and former director Christian Gossett, this newer version by Peters and film writer/​commercial video producer [[imdb>​name/​nm7469629/​|Bill Hunt]] addresses the earlier script’s problems of hollow characters, uninspired dialogue, and weak plotting by pulling focus away from [[mema>​Garth of Izar]], giving more lines and scenes to other characters, and creating the only real emotional conflict in the story between the antagonist, the Klingon Kharn the Undying, and his lieutenant, Chang.