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It made the Klingons hardcore warmongers again, but at the same time it took the whole "MY HONOR!" bullcrap up to 11 at times. Seriously, when your whole civilization constantly gets so butthurt that they'll fight each other to the death just because one guy says someone else's breath smells like week-dead gagh, and the family of whoever dies then enters into a blood feud with the victor's family where they mutually murder each other for the next hundred years, I don't see how you can maintain an empire that spans half a galaxy. Heck, I don't see how you could develop the level of technology required to travel and form that galaxy-spanning empire.
That kind of crap is how empires fall, not how they're born. Constant infighting and killing each other over stupid crap doesn't work like that in the long run. Yea, "survival of the fittest" and "only the strong survive" should make your empire powerful, but when everyone is killing everyone you eventually end up with too few people to do anything. And that's how the Klingon Empire acts in later TNG and DS9.