- Are the Romulans evil?
- What happened to the Romulans in Picard?
- Who do the Romulans represent?
- Who are the actors in Picard?
- Will Janeway be in Picard?
- Is Wesley Picard’s son?
- Can Romulans mind meld?
- Why do Romulans look different in Picard?
- Why are the Romulans bad?
- What is wrong with Picard?
- Did Janeway destroy the Borg?
- Why do Romulans hate androids?
Are the Romulans evil?
Type of Hostile Species 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..
What happened to the Romulans in Picard?
In this movie it’s revealed that the Romulan homeworld has been destroyed by its sun going supernova – an event the Federation failed to stop – and a small group of survivors travel back in time to try and prevent the catastrophe.
Who do the Romulans represent?
But mostly because the Klingons were already pegged as representing the Soviet Union so the Romulans were pegged as representatives of China by default. It’s ironic because IMO the Romulans are a much better analog for the USSR than the Klingons ever were.
Who are the actors in Picard?
Patrick StewartStar Trek: The Next GenerationJean-Luc Picard/Played by
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.
Is Wesley Picard’s son?
And of course, Wesley is the son of Beverly Crusher, who has always been a romantic interest of Picard’s. Also, Picard served with Wesley’s father Jack Crusher until his death on the USS Stargazer, which was under the command of Jean Luc-Picard, and this tragedy is something that weighed heavily on Picard.
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 do 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 are the Romulans bad?
Romulan ribosomes apparently do not match those of humans or, surprisingly, Vulcans — but can match those of Klingons. The race still believes in discarding genetically or physically inferior infants, and that it will conquer the galaxy. They view the Federation as exploitative and short-sighted, according to Jarok.
What is wrong with Picard?
One of the story elements of “The Next Generation” epic series finale, “All Good Things” parts 1 & 2 (S07, E25) was that Picard had developed a degenerative neurological disorder called Irumodic syndrome.
Did Janeway destroy the Borg?
In this sense, no the Borg were not destroyed at the end of Voyager. The main difference here is that the Borg Queen (in final episode of Voyager) was destroyed at the Borg Unicomplex (with the entire Unicomplex as well)…
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.