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I'm going through Star Trek: The Next Generation, and I'm wondering ifwhether some of the enemies were "puppets" or agents of Q. Namely:

  • Armus - "Skin of Evil"
  • Nagilum - "Where Silence has Lease"

Both seem interested in humanity (and other races) very much like how Q does.

Could these be "puppets" or agents of Q, or just the way the writing was done.?

I'm going through Star Trek: The Next Generation and I'm wondering if some of the enemies were "puppets" or agents of Q. Namely:

  • Armus - "Skin of Evil"
  • Nagilum - "Where Silence has Lease"

Both seem interested in humanity (and other races) very much like how Q does.

Could these be "puppets" or agents of Q or just the way the writing was done.

I'm going through Star Trek: The Next Generation, and I'm wondering whether some of the enemies were "puppets" or agents of Q. Namely:

  • Armus - "Skin of Evil"
  • Nagilum - "Where Silence has Lease"

Both seem interested in humanity (and other races) very much like how Q does.

Could these be "puppets" or agents of Q, or just the way the writing was done?

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Were certain enemies in TNG agents or puppets of Q?

I'm going through Star Trek: The Next Generation and I'm wondering if some of the enemies were "puppets" or agents of Q. Namely:

  • Armus - "Skin of Evil"
  • Nagilum - "Where Silence has Lease"

Both seem interested in humanity (and other races) very much like how Q does.

Could these be "puppets" or agents of Q or just the way the writing was done.