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'''Ohn-Kor''' was a village located in the [[Prytt Alliance]] on [[Kesprytt III]], near the border with the [[Kes (government)|Kes]]. In [[2370]], almost the whole village was controlled by Kes agents, so it was chosen as the destination of [[Captain]] [[Jean-Luc Picard|Picard]] and [[Doctor]] [[Beverly Crusher|Crusher]] who had escaped Prytt captivity. When the two didn't show up at the village, Kes [[ambassador]] [[Mauric]] suspected they had struck a deal with the Prytt government. ({{TNG|Attached}})
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'''Ohn-Kor''' was a [[village]] located in the [[Prytt Alliance]] on [[Kesprytt III]], near the border with the {{dis|Kes|government}}. It had at least one [[tavern]]. This village was uncommon in that most of its citizens were sympathetic to Kes.
   
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In [[2370]], Kes [[agent]]s enacted a plan for {{Captain}} [[Jean-Luc Picard|Picard]] and [[Doctor]] [[Beverly Crusher|Crusher]] to escape Prytt captivity and head to Ohn-Kor. When the two didn't show up at a rendezvous point at a tavern in the village, Kes [[ambassador]] [[Mauric]] suspected they had struck a deal with the Prytt government. ({{TNG|Attached}})
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{{bginfo|According to the script, the village's name was pronounced as "ON-kor". ''{{st-minutiae|resources/scripts/260.txt}}''}}
 
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Ohn-Kor was a village located in the Prytt Alliance on Kesprytt III, near the border with the Kes. It had at least one tavern. This village was uncommon in that most of its citizens were sympathetic to Kes.

In 2370, Kes agents enacted a plan for Captain Picard and Doctor Crusher to escape Prytt captivity and head to Ohn-Kor. When the two didn't show up at a rendezvous point at a tavern in the village, Kes ambassador Mauric suspected they had struck a deal with the Prytt government. (TNG: "Attached")

According to the script, the village's name was pronounced as "ON-kor". [1]
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