- Are the Borg aware of Q?
- Did Romulans create the Borg?
- Will Q be in Picard?
- Are Romulans telepathic?
- What happened to the Romulan Empire?
- Why do the Romulans look different in Picard?
- Why do Romulans hate androids?
- Are the Romulans evil?
- Can Romulans mind meld?
- Why did the Borg want Picard?
- Why do people hate Wesley Crusher?
- Why did the Romulans disappear?
- Who are the Romulans in Picard?
- Are Romulans and Klingons related?
- Will Janeway be in Picard?
Are the Borg aware of Q?
So yes, the Borg are aware of the Q from assimilating humans that have had contact with them.
No, they don’t know HOW to assimilate them as their assimilation is based on doing so by biomechanical means..
Did Romulans create the Borg?
It’s possible that the big secret of Star Trek: Picard is that the Romulans are actually responsible for the creation of the Borg Collective. We learn in “Maps and Legends” about the Zhat Vash, a secret cabal within the already super secretive Romulan Tal Shiar.
Will Q be in Picard?
Star Trek Hints Q Will Return In Picard Series After several references to the Q Continuum, Star Trek: Lower Decks brought back the fan-favorite character Q, played by John de Lancie, for a humorous cameo appearance — that hints the character could appear in Star Trek: Picard.
Are Romulans telepathic?
Romulans were telepathic, but they died off soon after the exodus from Vulcan.
What happened to the Romulan Empire?
In Star Trek Online, the Empire is in a state of inner turmoil after the destruction of their homeworld due to a supernova. They are now led by Empress Sela and blame the Federation for the destruction of their home planet, an event that led to a renewal of hostilities between the Romulan Empire and the Federation.
Why do the Romulans look different in Picard?
When they capture a Zhat Vash agent and he refuses to answer questions, Laris points to prisoner’s forehead ridges as proof that he’s a “stubborn northerner” like Zhaban. This distinction helps clarify why the Romulans have looked different in various versions of Star Trek.
Why do Romulans hate androids?
It’s possible that, at some time, a group of Romulans encountered a synthetic race and were horrified at their inability to read them using telepathy. They would naturally consider synthetics to be “Other,” not truly alive, and thus would be disturbed by their mimicry of life.
Are the Romulans evil?
The Romulans are one of the most prominent villains of Star Trek, one of the few alien races in the series that has remained hostile towards the Federation, having never truly been defeated nor allied, though they did join forces with them in the war against the Dominion.
Can Romulans mind meld?
Though Romulans and Vulcans share common biological origins, as far as I know, only Vulcans are able to initiate mind melds. … Once Narek is in position to follow them, the Romulans let them go. They’re not the only ones affected by Picard and Soji.
Why did the Borg want Picard?
During their mission to assimilate Earth, the Borg decided that a human voice was necessary to facilitate their introduction into human society. Captain Picard was chosen to be that voice. He became one with the hive mind; he had the Borg’s cybernetic devices implanted throughout his body. …
Why do people hate Wesley Crusher?
I think the reason people hate Wesley Crusher because he was a know-it-all kid who was some how allowed on the bridge of a starship without formal training. The genius kid cliché is quite common in science fiction and can be annoying. … Despite his genius, he failed to get into Starfleet Academy the first time he tried.
Why did the Romulans disappear?
So if there were a Klingon-Romulan War during this time, it would have to take place before the Alliance was agreed upon. Maybe the Federation-Klingon Alliance is what ended such a conflict, and the Romulans retired to their own space once again to lick their wounds and brood over how mean the universe is.
Who are the Romulans in Picard?
They are refugees, speaking of how they owe Picard, as he risked everything for them, according to a review written by TrekCore. ScreenRant confirms that the two Romulans living with Picard are the ones featured in the comics. The comics reveal that Zhaban and Laris, Tal Shiar members, fell in love.
Are Romulans and Klingons related?
Klingons, on the other hand are an entirely separate planet, culture and species. No relation to Vulcans or Romulans at all. … Vulcans and Romulans are cousins. Both species originated on the same world, and they may still be able to cross-breed.
Will Janeway be in Picard?
That was where Patrick Stewart gave heart attacks to fans with the stunning announcement that he’d be returning to the franchise with Star Trek: Picard. Though it all had to be done virtually, Kate Mulgrew appeared to do something similar. Captain Janeway (though maybe Admiral Janeway?) is back.