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Re-watching Worf shoot another Klingon at point blank range (season 1 episode 20), I wondered if, despite his being Klingon and therefore the token warrior on the series, he actually had the most kills or not of the TNG crew (I almost suspect Riker having more).

Who had the highest personal (ie, not destroying a ship) kill count in each series?

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    This would be difficult to determine since it is not always established if someone's phaser is set to stun or kill. – Brian Ortiz Sep 17 '16 at 9:22
  • Two questions. One, since you ruled out destroying ships, does taking action or refusing to take action that directly (and willfully) results in death count? Two, does the death have to be on screen or can it be mentioned to have occurred in the character's past? – Josh Sep 17 '16 at 13:45
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    If the tortured voices in Q's "Heaven" were a true indicator of Picard's "guilt," then it seems to be Jean-Luc. At least he'd be in the running. – Ham Sandwich Sep 18 '16 at 3:21
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    Worth considering DS9 in this - given the Dominion War and all that - and assuming any part of Q's game in "All Good Things" was at any time 'real' - then Picard is personally responsible for the destruction of the whole of humankind across time ;) – NKCampbell Jan 24 '17 at 23:54
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    Janeway directly or indirectly killed a lot of Borg. Her largest kill counts are almost certainly when she interacts with the Borg Queen directly. Janeway tries to aid the drones that are part of Unimatrix Zero, which leads the Queen to destroying entire ships simply because she can't "hear" a drone or two on those ships any longer, leading to 75,000 drone deaths. And when Admiral Janeway allows herself to be assimilated in the series finale, she kills the Queen which leads to the destruction of the Unicomplex, which assumedly destroyed a lot of drones. I think it's Janeway. – Ellesedil Jan 27 '17 at 18:37

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