Warning: Contains spoilers for both Star Trek: Challenge #2 And the third season of Star Trek: Picard!new Star Trek A comic revealed Lor’s fate after he led the Borg Rebellion. Lor, the evil brother of Enterprise Resident android Data, she led a group of renegade Borg on a campaign of terror across the Federation – one that ultimately ended with the deactivation of Lore. Lor did not appear again until the final season of Star Trek: Picardbut now Star Trek: Challenge #2 It reveals what happened to Lor between the rebellion and the God War raging across the galaxy.
This issue was written by Christopher Cantwell, illustrated by Angel Unzueta, colored by Marisa Louise and written by Clayton Cowles. Clone Emperor Kahless, of the Klingon Empire, has created a wonderful weapon capable of slaying god-like beings, including crystalline entities. Now, Kahels had adapted his weapon to mimic entities. Whorf and Spock, Mon USS defy, why they need someone familiar with the entities on their side; Data has already been talked about – which leaves just Lor. Spock and Worf take Fearless to Section 31’s high-security facility, where Lor is stored. It is revealed that after he was deactivated in the aftermath of the Borg Rebellion, his remains were collected by Section 31 and brought to this facility. Then Spock and Worf broke Lor, and recruited him to their cause.
Lor joins Worf after studying at Section 31
Lor is one of them Star Trek‘s Greatest Villains – A dark, twisted mirror of Data. Both were created by the famous cyberneticologist Noonian Song – the only difference was that Lore had feelings. These feelings, along with super strength derived from the android, lead him to see himself as superhuman, and he immediately summons a crystalline entity to destroy the colony he built on. the project He finds and reactivates Lore, unleashing the ruthless robot on an unsuspecting galaxy. In the sixth season finale of Star Trek: The Next GenerationSeparated from the group, Lor led an army of renegade Borg on a terrorist mission across the galaxy. data and crew project They again succeed in stopping Lor, deactivating him and apparently leaving him on a world away. However, fans are now learning that this was only the beginning for Lor.
Why did Section 31 want the flag?
Section 31 of the Lore assignment makes perfect sense. Like Data, Lore is an android and one of the most advanced pieces of technology in the galaxy. Noonian Song’s work was light years ahead of everyone else. There was at least one attempt by Starfleet during Star Trek: The Next GenerationHe ran into studying and possibly weaponizing the data, but these efforts were in vain and the data’s right to exist was affirmed. No doubt Section 31 saw a huge opportunity with Lore – they planned to study him, but maybe recruit him as well? Fortunately, Worf and Spock have removed Lore’s emotional chip, making him much easier to control. Section 31 could have taken a similar approach, which would have given them a terrifying advantage.
As mentioned earlier, Lorre returned — and died promptly — in the final season of The Star Trek: Picard. It was revealed at the time Lor was being held in it last Section 31’s base is heavily guarded – this time with Data, Lal and B4. Clearly seeing the killer robot as irresistible, Section 31 was integral to his destiny after he was led star WarsTower rebellion.
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