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  • Borg Queen
  • Borg queen
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  • The Borg Queen is the apparent leader of the Borg Collective. Throughout the history of the Borg there have been a number of queens who seem to take on the same character, perhaps indicating the Queen is a persona within the collective which could, in theory, occupy any drone.
  • The Borg Queen was an entity that served as a representative and apparent leader for the Borg Collective. (Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Voyager)
  • The Borg Queen is a villain from the Star Trek Universe. At one point, she became a member of The Company through a warp in space which allowed access to the PCG Universe. (Series 2 paper-less computer game: "Star Trek Game")
  • The Borg Queen was the designation for a Borg of Species 125 that acts as the "governing" entity for the Collective.
  • The Borg Queen is the iconic central hub of the entire Borg Collective. She commands trillions of drones at her will, and is linked with each and every one of the 29,841 or thereabouts Borg ships in the Galaxy. Like the colonial British red coats, the Queen mum, suffering from severe OCD, has her armies all formed into perfectly straight lines, and marches them slowly into oncoming phaser fire, like a wall of domino's. The Queen is a member of Species 125 (a Delta Quadrant species with retainers lodged in their throats).
  • The Borg Queen was the female ruler of the psuedo-race of biomechanical entities known as The Borg, this made her one of the main antagonists of the entire Star Trek series due to the fact that almost all atrocities committed by The Borg throughout the course of the series could be contributed to her influence.
  • The Borg Queen was assimilated to the Collective around the age of 7-8, and was already present in 2354. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II") The Queen defined herself as: "I am the beginning, the end, the one who is many. I am the Borg." Although this suggested she was an individual within the Collective, while addressing Borg drones as "my drones", she was not an individual. The purpose of the Queen was to bring order to chaos.
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  • The Borg Queen in 2373
  • The Borg Queen in 2377
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type of villain
  • Evil Ruler, Avatar
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Goals
  • Assimilate all species into the Borg.
Origin
  • Star Trek: First Contact
Skills
  • Seduction, Mind games, Symbiotic control over all Borg drones, superhuman strength, genius-level intelligence, master strategist
Affiliation
Actor
Name
  • Borg Queen
Caption
  • The Borg Queen assimilates Puto
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Alias
  • The Queen, The Borg Queen
Hobby
  • Trying to get both Picard/Locutus and Seven of Nine back into the collective
Species
Color
  • green
Image
  • Borg Queen, 2373.jpg
  • BorgQueen2375.jpg
  • QueenAssimilatesPuto.jpg
Occupation
  • Leader of the Borg
Fullname
  • Unknown, if any.
Gender
  • Female
Born
  • Unknown
Death
  • 2063
  • 2377
  • 2382
Size
  • 300
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  • The Borg Queen is the apparent leader of the Borg Collective. Throughout the history of the Borg there have been a number of queens who seem to take on the same character, perhaps indicating the Queen is a persona within the collective which could, in theory, occupy any drone.
  • The Borg Queen was an entity that served as a representative and apparent leader for the Borg Collective. (Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Voyager)
  • The Borg Queen is a villain from the Star Trek Universe. At one point, she became a member of The Company through a warp in space which allowed access to the PCG Universe. (Series 2 paper-less computer game: "Star Trek Game")
  • The Borg Queen was the designation for a Borg of Species 125 that acts as the "governing" entity for the Collective.
  • The Borg Queen is the iconic central hub of the entire Borg Collective. She commands trillions of drones at her will, and is linked with each and every one of the 29,841 or thereabouts Borg ships in the Galaxy. Like the colonial British red coats, the Queen mum, suffering from severe OCD, has her armies all formed into perfectly straight lines, and marches them slowly into oncoming phaser fire, like a wall of domino's. The Queen is a member of Species 125 (a Delta Quadrant species with retainers lodged in their throats).
  • The Borg Queen was the female ruler of the psuedo-race of biomechanical entities known as The Borg, this made her one of the main antagonists of the entire Star Trek series due to the fact that almost all atrocities committed by The Borg throughout the course of the series could be contributed to her influence. She serves as the main antagonist of the film Star Trek: First Contact, where she was portrayed by Alice Krige, and was also a recurring antagonist in Voyager, where she was portrayed by Susanna Thompson except in the series finale episode, "Endgame" in which Alice Krige reprised the role.
  • The Borg Queen was assimilated to the Collective around the age of 7-8, and was already present in 2354. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II") The Queen defined herself as: "I am the beginning, the end, the one who is many. I am the Borg." Although this suggested she was an individual within the Collective, while addressing Borg drones as "my drones", she was not an individual. The purpose of the Queen was to bring order to chaos. The Borg Queen was a humanoid female of Species 125. In accordance with the Borg pursuit of perfection, a blending of the organic and synthetic, very little of her original humanoid form remained. Her face and upper torso were organic while the rest of her body, including her skull and spinal cord, were synthetic. Because of her disembodiment she saw herself as the epitome of perfection. The Queen had her own chambers within the Borg Unicomplex from which she could oversee and control the Borg via the command interface. Whether she had her own ship or not is unknown, but she used different Borg vessels to travel, such as a Borg cube, sphere, or diamond. When her physical presence was not necessary her organic part resided above this chamber while her synthetic parts were stored below it, under the floor. If she desired to do so, both could be brought together, and in doing so, created a humanoid form for herself. In Human terms, the Borg Queen could be characterized as ruthless. She would do anything to protect the Borg Collective. Where drones showed no emotions, the Queen herself did. When necessary, she would employ psychological tactics, like extortion or plain intimidation to get what she wanted. The Queen even displayed self-preservation when she was held at gunpoint by Captain Janeway, who threatened to kill her. On a personal level, she considered Seven of Nine her favorite drone, because the Queen considered her to be unique. This had to do with Seven's experiences as an individual when she served aboard USS Voyager. The Queen's goal was to re-assimilate Seven into the Collective to enhance the Borg's, and so her own, perfection. She launched a Borg Diamond and followed the Delta Flyer into a Transwarp conduit. The attempt failed, but she survived. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero", "Dark Frontier") The death of a Borg Queen did not seem to affect the Collective or its Hive mind. When a Borg drone died, its memories would still be within the Hive mind. Borg drones were capable of functioning without a Queen for any length of time by forming a Hive mind of their own. (VOY: "Unity") It was thought by Federation exobiologist Erin Hansen, that the Borg Queen functioned like the queen of an insect hive, to coordinate the drones. Evidence of this was later seen when the Queen countermanded the Collective's judgment about assimilating Voyager. While the Collective felt that assimilation was warranted, the Borg Queen countermanded them and justified the decision due to the fact that Voyager didn't compromise their security. (VOY: "Endgame") The Queen, while providing coordination for the drones she commanded, also provided other functions such as regulation of the Borg's Transwarp hubs and Interspatial manifolds. She effectively brought "order to chaos" for all things. (VOY: "Endgame") The Borg Queen that was present in 2377, was assimilated when she was a child, together with her parents. Years later, she could still hear them. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")
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