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Shortly after the Nexus arrived in the Heleus Cluster of the Andromeda galaxy, Initiative members dissatisfied with the Nexus leadership revolted in an event called the Nexus Uprising. While Clan Nakmor was initially neutral, Assistant Director of Colonial Affairs William Spender made a deal with clan leader Nakmor Morda: a role in Nexus leadership for the krogan and a say in its decisions in exchange for quashing the uprising. The krogan fulfilled their side of the bargain, forcing the rebels under Sloane Kelly into exile on Kadara. When Director of the Initiative Jarun Tann learned of the deal, he vehemently opposed it, and Spender reneged and disavowed any knowledge of it. Furious, the krogan left the Nexus and founded an independent colony on Elaaden named New Tuchanka. Only Nakmor Kesh remained behind to supervise the Nexus' ongoing construction and maintain a connection between the station and her people.
Fourteen months after the Nexus' arrival in Heleus, Morda is pitted against Pathfinder Ryder by Jorgal Strux over a Remnant drive core, with both parties convinced the other wanted to use the drive core to create a bomb. Ryder managed to find the drive core at the Scavenger Flophouse ("Misery") and returned to New Tuchanka to expose Strux's treachery. Strux, harboring an old grudge of how his father joined Clan Nakmor for admiring Morda's grandfather, becoming shamed by other krogan, then admitted his ambition to undermine Morda and become the new overlord. Morda bested Strux in combat and banished him and his underlings from the colony. Afterwards, if Ryder gives Clan Nakmor the Remnant drive core, they allow the Initiative to create an outpost at their colony and rebuild their alliance, otherwise New Tuchanka remains independent.
- Nakmor Drack
- Nakmor Kesh
- Nakmor Krall - Warlord notable for defeating platoons of turians.
- Nakmor Morda - Clan leader and Overlord as of 2819.
- Nakmor Qronak - Former clan leader.