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I just watched Star Trek: First Contact again, and then I reflected back on Voyager. What's going on there? Are the Borg gone? Is the Queen finally dead, or is she forever lurking?

  • And, if so, is Captain Picard the last Borg? – Jerry Nixon Jul 12 '17 at 19:31
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    The answer to your non-question comment is "No. Picard is no more Borg than Seven of Nine, and probably less." – T.J.L. Jul 12 '17 at 20:08
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    looking for film / series canon only? The books provide an answer in the excellent Star Trek: Destiny trilogy, which, even if you don't want that as an answer, I'd highly recommend reading. As much as the newer books can, they attempt to stay consistent with one another and film / television canon. Destiny is post-Nemesis – NKCampbell Jul 12 '17 at 20:20
  • Looks like this question is going to get some love after Star Trek: Picard airs :D – Moo Oct 14 at 1:42
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There are only a handful of major Star Trek stories that have taken place after the the last episode of Voyager (Endgame):

  • Star Trek: Nemesis - No Borg
  • Star Trek: Countdown - This was a canon comic book mini-series published as a lead-in to the 2009 Star Trek reboot. It takes place in 2387, 9 years after Endgame. In it, you see the supernovas endangering Romulan Empire and the efforts of Spock to use the red matter to help solve the problem. In particular, the Romulans enhance the Nerada (Nero's ship) with Borg technology, implying that, at the least, some Borg technology remained functional even after the deployment of the neurolytic pathogen. enter image description here
  • Star Trek Online - This MMORPG takes place in the prime timeline in 2409, 22 years after the destruction of Romulus. One of several storylines is the Borg reappearing after more than 30 years of quiet post-Endgame.

So how you answer the question depends on how you interpret the canonicity of Countdown and Online.

  • just curious - what is the canonicity of ST: Online? More or less than the current crop of books? – NKCampbell Jul 12 '17 at 20:21
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    Nice answer. You should remove Insurrection though. It doesn't occur after the last episode of Voyager. It went to cinemas during Voyager's run and all canon sources state that it occurred prior to "Endgame", chronologically. – Praxis Jul 12 '17 at 20:42
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    @NKCampbell - Not canon at all. Just like the books – Valorum Jul 12 '17 at 21:19

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