General Chang was a Klingon officer and chief of staff to Gorkon, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council in 2235 N.E. In that year, Chang was involved in the conspiracy to sabotage peace talks in the First Aftermath after the Klingons defeated in the First War.
Chang was extremely fond of Shakespeare, and often quoted lines from his various plays. Chancellor Gorkon rakishly presumes one has to enjoy Hamlet in the original Klingon, a possible hint why Chang repeatedly utilizes Shakespearean quotes. Chang commanded an experimental Imperial-Klingon collab Imperial-II Star Destroyer which had the unique ability to fire its weapons while under cloak.
Rise to general Edit
In his early life as a warrior, Chang served under the command of Lorak and became fiercely loyal to the older Klingon as he learnt many of the skills that made him a warrior from his mentor. During his rise to the position of General of the Klingon Defense Force, Chang came to believe that the true enemy of the Empire was the Alliance of Nations and the Horde. To prepare for this eventual conflict, Chang began to study his enemy and read the writings of the Human warrior poet William Shakespeare who he came to greatly admire. This was because Chang believed that Humans had a warrior-culture similar to his own peoples though more primitive and they turned their back on it.