|皇帝||カーレス一世 • レクロ一世 • レクロ二世 • ソンペック • ミュレック • カーレス二世|
|総裁||2151年の総裁 • 2154年の総裁 • ムレック • モウガ • ゴルコン • アゼドバー • クンペック • ガウロン • ウォーフ • マートク|
- The concept of the Klingon Empire having a chancellor was introduced in スタートレック6：未知の世界 before being reused in several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Enterprise, as well as a singular reference in VOY: Flashback. In the script for Star Trek VI, the term is used interchangeably with president.
- While played by different actors, these unnamed chancellors had similar cranial ridges and hair. It is possible production crew intended for them to be the same person.|Additionally, it is possible that one (or both) of these Chancellors were M'Rek, since they were not addressed by name.
- Gorkon and Azetbur were, politically, the most influential Klingon figures depicted in the whole of Star Trek: The Original Series and the first six TOS-era films. (Star Trek Monthly issue 2, p. 16)
- Non-canon sources (novels The Art of the Impossible, Serpents Among the Ruins and Harbinger) list other chancellors such as Sturka, Kaarg, Ditagh, and Kravokh.|The computer game Star Trek Online depicts Martok being killed in 2393 by a councillor called J'mpok, who would then advance to take the position of chancellor.