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This article is about Jean-Luc Picard in the First Splinter timeline ended by the Devidian temporal apocalypse. You may be looking for Jean-Luc Picard in the prime timeline.

Jean-Luc Picard was a 24th century Human man, an alternate version of Jean-Luc Picard in the First Splinter timeline.

Born in the year 2305, he served in Starfleet and was well known throughout the Federation and beyond for his skills, intellect, command ability and having averted innumerable disasters and crises affecting individuals, starships, planets, interstellar states and the very fate of the universe.

This character is a member of the Picard family.
This character is a member of the Howard-Crusher family.


The original divergence event that created the First Splinter was during the 2373 mission against the Borg following the Battle of Sector 001. Picard's history prior to that point was identical to the prime timeline Jean-Luc Picard. (TNG movie, novelization & comic adaptation: Star Trek: First Contact; ST - Coda novel: Oblivion's Gate)

Alternate timeline Starfleet career

After the Enterprise-E's return to 2373, she was docked at McKinley Station, and the crew was quarantined, scanned, and decontaminated for any possible Borg infections. While the Enterprise-E orbited Earth, Captain Picard and Lt. Commander Ranul Keru took a shuttlecraft to Bradbury City on Mars to return to personal effects of Lt. Sean Hawk, who was killed in the battle with the Borg, to his parents. (TNG novel: Rogue)

Collapse of the Thallonian Empire

In late 2373, the Thallonian Empire in Sector 221-G collapsed and thousands of refugees were yearning to escape. The Enterprise was one of the first ships on the scene and was responsible for transporting refugees to Deep Space 5.

On arrival at DS5, a meeting was held aboard the Enterprise, between Admirals Alynna Nechayev and Edward Jellico, Captain Picard, Commander William Riker, Thallonian prince Si Cwan, and Danteri Ambassador Ryjaan. The meeting was to discuss the future of Thallonian space, to which all parties had different ideas. Captain Picard and Admiral Nechayev's suggestion was that a single Federation starship be assigned to the region, and with some negotiation, the plan was implemented.

At Picard's suggestion, command of the ship in question, the USS Excalibur, was given to former Starfleet officer, Mackenzie Calhoun, whose commission was reinstated with the rank of captain. (NF novel: House of Cards)

The Dominion War

Behind enemy lines

In early 2374, the Enterprise saw extensive action along the front-line in the Dominion War. After extensive battles with Jem'Hadar forces, the Enterprise received a distress call from the Ambassador-class, USS Aurora. They proceed to the scene and engaged several Cardassian vessels, which they dispatched, but not in time to save the Aurora. During the battle, the Bajoran vessel Orb of Peace, containing Maquis refugees, including Ro Laren*, arrived and aided in the battle.

Picard had the Maquis beamed aboard and Ro informed him that the Dominion was using slave labor in Sector 283 to construct an artificial wormhole. Completion of the project would allow the Dominion access to the Alpha Quadrant without needing to use the Bajoran wormhole. Picard agreed that they should investigate, and they left in the Orb of Peace donning Bajoran disguises. Meanwhile, Commander Riker took the Enterprise to be repaired at Starbase 209, and left Lt. Commander Data behind in the shuttlecraft Cook to monitor the captain's process.

After dodging several patrols, the Orb of Peace made it to the OK Corral station in the Badlands. In the Badlands, the crew liberated slaves from the Cardassian tanker Tag Garwal. The slaves were mining corzanium from a black hole for the Dominion, for the construction of the wormhole. Among the survivors are former Enterprise-D personnel, Sam Lavelle and Taurik. (TNG novel: Behind Enemy Lines)

As they proceed to Sector 283, the progress of the Orb of Peace was impeded by a Changeling who had taken the form of Taurik. Data managed to rescue the Orb of Peace and destroy the artificial wormhole by using the shuttle's escape pod as a meteoroid. The crew was later rescued by the Enterprise and proceeded to Deep Space 9, which has recently been liberated by Captain Benjamin Sisko and a large task force. (TNG novel: Tunnel Through the Stars)

Certain elements of the above story, mostly pertaining to the relationship between Ro and Picard, are in contradiction with later stories told in the post-finale Deep Space 9 fiction.
The Return of Q

In mid-2374, the Enterprise arrived at Betazed and took aboard Professor Lem Faal and his family. The Enterprise was assigned to transport Faal to the edge of the galaxy, so that Faal could conduct experiments based on his life-long research to break through the galactic barrier using a specially designed wormhole probe.

Just before the test was about to be implemented, Q arrived on the Enterprise, along with his mate and child, q. He immediately vanished with Picard and took him through time to view his own personal history, and view its relevance to the current situation. Meanwhile, the Enterprise came under attack by the Calamarain, a species that had a grudge against Q. (TNG novel: Q-Zone)

When Picard and Q return to the Enterprise, Professor Faal (under the control of 0, another omnipotent being), launched the wormhole torpedo into the barrier and allowed 0 to return to the galaxy. 0 immediately hunted down Q, but Q was able to unite with the Calamarain and defeat 0. (TNG novel: Q-Strike)

Gorn Crisis

In late 2374, Starfleet Command dispatched Captain Picard and the Enterprise to the Gorn Hegemony, to gain their support in the Dominion War. On arrival at the Gorn homeworld, the Enterprise crew discovered that the Black Crest faction had staged a coup and overthrew the government.

The Black Crest aimed to expand Gorn territory and launched several attacks on Federation outposts. Thankfully, Commander Riker and a Klingon task force were defending the outposts, and the attack was repelled. Meanwhile, Picard remained behind on the Gorn homeworld to try and solve the situation. (TNG comic: "The Gorn Crisis")

The Battle of Betazed

In early 2375, the Enterprise was fighting Dominion forces deep inside Federation territory following the invasion of Betazed in late 2374. The Enterprise had suffered damage following the Battle of Rigel, but managed to dock at Starbase 133 for repairs.

A few weeks later, while docked at the starbase, Commander Elias Vaughn boarded the Enterprise on a top-priority assignment. Vaughn told Picard that the Enterprise was to lead a small Starfleet task force, comprising the USS Defiant and three Saber-class vessels, the USS Tulwar, USS Katana, and USS Scimitar, to attack the Dominion station, Sentok Nor in orbit of Betazed. While Vaughn was to lead a small team to the prison facility on Darona to free the murderer, Hunt Tevren, whose skills were needed by the Betazed resistance.

The attack on the station proved a success, and the Enterprise managed to rescue a large number of Betazoid slaves before the station self-destructed. However, the Katana was lost in the battle.

Vaughn's team was also partially successful, they managed to find Tevren, but he later died in battle with Jem'Hadar soldiers. Fortunately, before he died he taught some of his telepathic secrets to Commander Troi. Using the information gleaned from Troi, the most powerful members of the Betazed Resistance used their telepathic powers to empathically overload the minds of the Jem'Hadar occupation forces. Betazed was liberated; however, 1,200 Betazoid telepaths died from the strain of the attack. (TNG novel: The Battle of Betazed)


In mid 2375, the Enterprise proceeded into the Briar Patch to the planet Ba'ku, after Commander Data had appeared to have malfunctioned and sabotaged a joint Starfleet-Son'a duckblind mission on the surface. Eventually Picard and the Enterprise crew learned that Ba'ku's metaphasic rings were like a fountain of youth, and Admiral Matthew Dougherty and the Son'a leader, Ru'afo were determined to have the planet. Picard and the crew staged an insurrection and stopped the 600 Ba'ku from being transplanted from the planet, and discovered that the Son'a are actually Ba'ku. (TNG novelization: Insurrection)

The Battle of Ricktor Prime and Gul Madred

The Enterprise was at the forefront of the allied forces at the Battle of Ricktor Prime in 2375. It was one of only four of the six allied ships at that battle to survive, though the day was won. After the battle, while en route to meet with a Klingon civilian, the Enterprise received a distress call from a Cardassian Akril-class vessel, the Pakliros.

The ship had suffered catastrophic engine damage, and there were only two survivors: Glinn Driana and Gul Madred. Driana died of radiation poisoning; Picard had Madred placed in the brig, and insisted on conducting the interrogation himself, over the objections of Troi and security chief Lieutenant Padraig Daniels.

Despite their positions being reversed from what they had been on Cardassia six years prior, Madred continued to manipulate Picard, including trying to get him to use his desire to see Driana against him. Eventually, with Troi's help, Picard ceased speaking to Madred, and stopped allowing the gul to continue to victimize him. (TNG short story: "Four Lights")

The Raid on San Francisco

In 2375, Picard was on Earth visiting his niece, Amarante Lebel, when she graduated from the Academy and the Enterprise was on a short-range mission. At the same time the Breen Confederacy launched an attack on Starfleet in San Francisco, destroying Starfleet Headquarters. Then, Picard led a group of newly graduated officers into Bunker SF-Zero-One, which housed backup controls for headquarters, then coordinated between the Enterprise and Columbia in an effort to stop the ships still pounding San Francisco, but they were engaged by DP-7, a weapons platform responsible for the defense of North America. Picard determined that there was someone aboard the platform, so he beamed aboard, stunned the Breen agent, and disabled the platform; allowing Enterprise and Columbia to destroy the Breen ships. (TNG short story: "Eleven Hours Out")

Post-war crises

Mission to Gemworld

In late 2375, the Enterprise was due to conduct a low-gravity survey of planet Primus IV, when they were summoned to Gemworld, home planet of Lieutenant Melora Pazlar, who was temporarily assigned to the Enterprise. Upon arriving on Gemworld, Captain Picard and the crew discovered that a dimensional rift was streaming dark matter onto the planet and destabilizing the artificial planet's support program.

Picard and the crew needed to obtain the crystal key shards from all of the races on Gemworld that were required to power down the planet's protective shell, and allow the Enterprise to power the force fields. The Alpusta seized control of the Enterprise and attempted to use its phaser banks to destroy the rift. The plan is thwarted, and the situation is resolved when Counselor Troi managed to contact an entity in the rift and convinced it to close the rift. (TNG novels: Gemworld, Book One, Gemworld, Book Two)

Dead zones

In early 2376, while attempting to rescue a Federation cargo hauler that had become stranded in the Romulan Neutral Zone, the Enterprise was the first of many ships across the galaxy to encounter a warp dead zone. Captain Picard soon learned that the dead zones were affecting the entire galaxy, and took aboard Ambassador Spock and the infamous Romulan mass-murderer, T'sart.

Spock believed that T'sart held vital information about the phenomena. However, T'sart was poisoned by a Klingon governor named Kalor before he could talk. Picard suspected that they needed to travel into Romulan space, so he sent Commander Riker, Counselor Troi, and Data in the runabout USS Kaku into Romulan territory to obtain a sample of barantium from a Romulan station to mask the Enterprise's warp trail. However, Commander Folan of the IRW Makluan anticipated the action and rigged the station to explode.

Ambassador Spock managed to convince Commander Folan of the threat of the dead zones and he allowed the Enterprise to travel to the Caltiskan system. Upon reaching Caltiskan, the Enterprise (along with several other Enterprises from around the multi-verse) penetrated the alien sphere that was responsible for the dead zones and shut the sphere down. (TNG novels: Dead Zone, Forever Dark)

Badlands mission and Jem'Hadar attack on DS9

Avatar, Book 1.

In April of 2376 the Enterprise was assigned to patrol near the Badlands in response to rumored Breen activity. Traveling aboard the Enterprise was Commander Elias Vaughn, who confided in Picard about his thoughts of retirement. Picard suggested Vaughn would not be happy sitting back and letting worlds go by, and suggested he turned to writing or teaching.

After three weeks of the patrol, the Enterprise discovered a lost Cardassian freighter, the Kamal. Commander Vaughn led an away team to the freighter and discovered one of the lost Bajoran Orbs, the Orb of Memory, whose mind-affecting properties affected the entire away team. After recovering the Orb, Picard ordered a course set to starbase Deep Space 9 in the Bajoran sector, to return the Orb to the Bajoran people and have the Enterprise repaired after being damaged by the Badlands' plasma activity. (DS9 novel: Avatar, Book One)

The Enterprise arrived at the station in the aftermath of a Jem'Hadar assault, and a planned Federation Alliance assault on the Dominion. Picard had time to enjoy delivering the recovered orb to Kira Nerys before the Enterprise and station personnel were called into action again to stop a Jem'Hadar assault on the station's fusion core. After the crisis was averted, Vaughn chose to stay behind on DS9 and fill the vacant post of station's first officer. Before the Enterprise departed Picard suggested each Federation ship in the allied task force, which had arrived shortly after the incident, donate an energy generator to the station to provide power until a replacement for the fusion core, which was destroyed by the Jem'Hadar, could be found. Also before departing, Picard took the opportunity to make peace with Ro Laren, who was then serving as a chief of security on the station. (DS9 novel: Avatar, Book Two)

Gateway crisis

In early 2376, beings claiming to be the ancient Iconians opened up their entire network of Gateways, and began offering the technology to the highest bidder.

Captain Picard, given his prior experience with Iconian technology, was summoned back to Earth and conferred with Starfleet Command over the matter. Admiral William Ross temporarily re-assigned Picard to command the Saber-class USS Marco Polo on a mission to unite the Alpha Quadrant powers against the "Iconians".

Picard and Deanna Troi managed to assemble a fleet of seventeen vessels from various races to confront the "Iconians". During the confrontation, Picard discovered that, as suspected, these aliens were not the Iconians at all, but rather a race known as the Petraw. Picard discovered that, although the Petraw figured out how to activate the Gateways network, they did not know how to shut it down.

In an act of desperation, Picard stepped through a gateway aboard the Petraw ship in an attempt to make contact with the real Iconians. Upon meeting the real Iconians, Picard learned that they employed a non-intervention policy similar to the Prime Directive, and would not intervene in the matter. They did, however, send Picard to a world where the systems Master Resonator was located, which would close down the Gateway system. On the world, Picard managed to obtain all of the resonator keys and was returned to the bridge of the Enterprise.

The various keys were sent to different ships, and the ships were sent to specific gateways. The simultaneous use of the keys at the various gateway locations shut down the system, ending the threat. (TNG - Gateways novel: Doors Into Chaos; TNG - Gateways short story: "The Other Side")

Genesis wave

In late 2376, Starfleet lost contact with many worlds in Sector 4368, including Outpost Seran-T-1 and the planet Haken in the Hivernia system. The Enterprise was dispatched to the area to investigate and found that worlds that had once been inhabited, but are now lifeless terraformed worlds. The Enterprise discovered the Genesis Wave moving away from the worlds and set out to investigate.

After the destruction of the Pellean Principality, Dr. Leah Brahms was rescued by the Enterprise. She was the only survivor from Seran-T-1, because she was testing an experimental phase-shifting suit. Realizing that the suit could be the answer to surviving the wave, the suit is replicated en masse and tested at the waves next target, Persephone V. The test proved successful, and after the reformation of Sarona VIII, the wave was plotted as heading toward Earth and the Romulan Star Empire.

After rendezvousing with Admiral Nechayev and the USS Sovereign, the decision was made to make a stand on the Bolian colony world, Myrmidon. Starfleet constructed shelters on the planet to protect the population and used interphase generators from the Romulans to protect them. (TNG novel: The Genesis Wave, Book 1)

A tenuous Federation-Klingon-Romulan alliance was created and managed to assemble 40,000 vessels to form a "Ring of Fire" around the wave and dissipate it.

It was discovered that the wave had been activated by a species of Moss Creatures who were to use the transformed worlds as their new homeworlds. (TNG novel: The Genesis Wave, Book 2)

After repairs to Enterprise were completed at Starbase 302 in early 2377, the Enterprise was one of many starships assigned to clean-up operations. Soon after, a portable version of the Genesis Device fell into the hands of a zealous Bajoran Vedek named Yorka, who believed it to be "The Orb of Life", one of the Bajoran Orbs of the Prophets. The Enterprise caught up with Yorka and confiscated the device on the planet Solosos III. (TNG novel: The Genesis Wave, Book 3)

The Enterprise was then sent to the planet Aluwna, a planet transformed by the Genesis Wave that managed to save its population in a series of transporter satellites. Once there, they assisted a group of Klingons that included Ambassador Worf and his son, Alexander Rozhenko, and humans that included Dr. Leah Brahms take on the dangers of the transformed world and restore its population from the satellites. (TNG novel: Genesis Force)

Strange bedfellows

In mid-2377 (Stardate 54522.2), the Borg once again returned to menace the Alpha Quadrant. The Enterprise and a small task force was sent to investigate a reported Borg presence in the Regula Badlands along the Romulan Neutral Zone. On arrival, they discovered a large Borg presence.

Shortly after, the Enterprise rushed to Starbase 176 after receiving a distress call stating that the Borg had attacked. The Enterprise arrived in time to restore the base and its defences into for the second Borg wave. This time, the Borg attacked the base with assimilated Starfleet vessels. The Borg were stopped and the assimilated vessels were retaken, including the Nebula-class USS Douglass.

Using information gathered from the Douglass' sensor logs, Starfleet began to gather forces along the Neutral Zone as a staging ground for an attack into the Delta Quadrant, with the Enterprise leading the way. The fleet entered the transwarp portal and began the offensive in the Delta Quadrant. The invasion was a success as the Borg were caught unaware and their plans defeated.

As the Enterprise led the fleet back towards the Alpha Quadrant, the Borg mounted a counterstrike. Species 8472 arrived in the middle of the battle, and began attacking the Borg. Most ships managed to escape back home, but Species 8472 destroyed the Transwarp Portal and stranded the Enterprise in the Delta Quadrant. Picard was forced to form an alliance with the Borg Queen to stop the Species 8472 in exchange for getting the Enterprise home. As a result, a massive Federation-Borg task force entered fluidic space and defeated Species 8472. Following the battle, the Enterprise and the other surviving Federation ships, were returned to the Alpha Quadrant. (TNG video game: Armada II)

The fall and rise of Jean-Luc Picard

In early 2378, Picard was one of several Starfleet officers present at the first official debriefing of Captain Kathryn Janeway after her ship, the USS Voyager returned from the Delta Quadrant. Picard was also on the short list of high-ranking officers that may have been involved in the sale of intelligence and technology to the Orion Syndicate. (VOY novel: Homecoming)

Incident at Rashanar

In 2378, the Enterprise, along with the USS Juno, was assigned to patrol against pirates and scavengers at the site of the Battle of Rashanar, one of the deadliest conflicts of the Dominion War. From the start of the mission, things went completely wrong for Picard and the Enterprise. First, the captain's yacht, the Calypso, was stolen by the Androssi, and then the Enterprise had to deal with the strange anomalies in the region.

Acting solely on the word of his second officer, Data, Picard ordered an attack on what appeared to be the Ontailian heavy cruiser Vuxhal. In response to the attack, the Ontailians destroyed the Juno with all hands. (TNG novel: A Time to Be Born)

Upon returning to Earth, Picard's competence as captain was called into question. Picard was relieved, and Riker assumed command. Picard was eventually allowed to return to the Enterprise under the supervision of Counselor Colleen Cabot, but only in the role of observer.

On Admiral Nechayev's orders the Enterprise returned to Rashanar and discovered that the "Onatailian" ship that they had destroyed was actually a shapeshifting creature. With some help from fledgling Traveler Wesley Crusher, the Enterprise vanquished the creature. Picard re-assumed command of the Enterprise. However, in order to save face with the Ontailian government and preserve their Federation membership, "official" blame still fell on the shoulders of Picard. (TNG novel: A Time to Die)

The Dokaalan

Now in poor favor with Starfleet Command, Picard was ordered by Admiral Nechayev to investigate a 200-year-old distress signal sent by the Dokaalan. Starfleet fully expected the race to be long doomed, as the Dokalaan homeworld was breaking apart at the time of the signal. However, it was felt that the current political atmosphere of the Federation would benefit if the "tainted" Captain Picard were far away.

Upon arriving at the Dokaaalan system, Picard was astonished to find that a portion of the Dokaalan people had managed to save themselves in a series of asteroid outposts. Picard offered the service of the Federation to assist in their efforts to terraform another planet in the system to their needs, and uncovered a plot by the Satarrans to steal that world from them. (TNG novels: A Time to Sow, A Time to Harvest)

The Bader and Dorset

The Enterprise was then ordered to the distant planet of Delta Sigma IV, a world co-inhabited by the Bader and the Dorset, two races that had traditionally been adversaries.

When it was discovered that a Starfleet-created medication was restoring the aggressive natures of the two races, thereby cancelling the calming effect of the planet's atmosphere, Picard, Riker, and Riker's father Kyle Riker struggled to find a workable solution. (TNG novels: A Time to Love, A Time to Hate)


When Kinchawn, the ruler of a minor world named Tezwa, threatened war with the Klingon Empire, Picard and the Enterprise were sent in to mediate. Kinchawn, however, was not interested in mediation. He attacked the Klingon fleet with advanced nadion-pulse cannons, which killed over 6,000 warriors.

The weapons were of Federation origin, and Picard was ordered to take the planet out from under the nose of the Klingons, and destroy the weapons. To this end, Picard contacted Ambassador Worf, his former chief of security. Worf obtained the command codes for the Klingon fleet and provided them to Picard, which enabled him to defeat the Klingon fleet without ever firing a shot. (TNG novel: A Time to Kill)

After the removal of Kinchawn, who managed to escape custody, the Enterprise remained at Tezwa acting as peacekeepers in the unstable region. an action made more difficult by the insurgency started by Kinchawn and his loyalists.

Picard and his crew eventually managed to trace the origins of the nadion pulse cannons all the way to the office of Koll Azernal, Chief of Staff to Federation President, Min Zife. Picard, and those of his crew who knew the truth, agreed to maintain their silence on the matter, as if it were to be discovered that 6,000 Klingons had died due to orders of the Federation President, war with the Klingon Empire would have been inevitable. Soon after, Zife resigned from office, and disappeared from public view. (TNG novel: A Time to Heal)


A year after the Rashanar incident, the Enterprise, and Picard in particular were forced to endure a grueling inspection from Starfleet Command. The inspection team included Captain Wai-Lin Go, Doctor Toby Russell and Betazoid Sabin Genestra, all of whom had some sort of personal grudge against Picard or his crew. The legendary Montgomery Scott, fearing that Starfleet was putting together a "stacked deck," volunteered for the last spot on the inspection team. The Enterprise and crew passed the inspection with flying colors, and were returned to grace with Starfleet Command.

Soon after, the Enterprise was assigned to help the Klingon Empire find their missing Emperor, who had replaced himself with a hologram, and found a secluded world on which he could pass his days painting landscapes. (TNG novel: A Time for War, A Time for Peace)


Picard in 2379.

In late 2379, Captain Picard and the Enterprise were diverted to Romulus by Admiral Kathryn Janeway. Picard's mission was to greet the new Romulan Praetor, Shinzon of Remus. After a tense first meeting, it was discovered that Shinzon was a clone of Picard, previously part of an attempt to infiltrate the Federation. It was revealed that Shinzon needed Picard's DNA to stop himself from dying, and continue his mission to destroy Earth with his thalaron weapon aboard the Scimitar.

The Enterprise promptly left Romulus to warn Starfleet, but was pursued by the Scimitar, which cornered the starship near the Bassen Rift. Even with the assistance of Commander Donatra and the IRW Valdore, the Reman vessel soon overcame the Enterprise. In an act of desperation, to prevent the Scimitar reaching Earth, Picard ordered the Enterprise to ram the Scimitar. The tactic left both ships severely damaged, but the Enterprise at the disadvantage. To save his crew, Picard had Geordi La Forge transport him to the Scimitar to destroy it from within before it could kill the Enterprise' crew with its thalaron weapon. He ended up dueling with, and killing Shinzon, but was left stunned as Shinzon's corpse rested upon him. Fortunately Data had reached the Scimitar and attached an emergency transporter device to Picard, sending him back to the Enterprise. Data then fired a phaser into the Scimitar's thalaron core, destroying the vessel, and sacrificing his own life to save Picard and the Enterprise. (TNG movie: Star Trek Nemesis)

New beginnings

A few weeks after the Shinzon encounter, Picard was sent on a mission to the Romulan planet, Kevratas. Picard was joined by two former crewmates from the Stargazer, Pug Joseph and Dr. Greyhorse. Their mission was to bring hope to the dreary, plague-ravaged planet. However, their unofficial mission was to track down Dr. Crusher who was also sent to the planet as part of her work for Starfleet Medical, before being presumed killed.

Upon hearing of Beverly's presumed death, Picard finally realized how much Beverly meant to him. Upon her rescue, Picard finally told Beverly how he felt about her. After many years of denying their feelings for the other, Picard and Beverly Crusher began a romantic relationship. (TNG novel: Death in Winter)

Return of Locutus


After completing repairs, and months of shakedown, the Enterprise was sent on a new mission, to peace talks between the Trexatians and Repoki. However before they began the mission Picard once again heard the call of the Borg. The collective’s voice told him that the Borg were constructing a huge new cube with which they intended wipe out Humanity. Equally disturbing, they were building a new Queen.

Disobeying the orders of Admiral Kathryn Janeway and the advice of his new counselor, T'Lana, Picard set forth to confront the Borg. After an away team was brutally slaughtered by Borg who now attacked on sight, Picard came to the conclusion that, due to his experience as Locutus, only he could get close enough to the Queen to stop her.

To this end, he ordered Dr. Crusher to transform him once again into a Borg; only this time an inhibitor chip would prevent Picard from being fully assimilated. Picard underestimated the Borg Queen, who alerted her drones to Picard's presence. The inhibitor chip was deactivated, and Picard was Locutus once more.

Fortunately the crew of the Enterprise came up with a plan, and after being briefly forced to leave the cube when it attacked, returned to destroy the Borg and rescue Picard. The Enterprise, under command of Worf, (serving now as Picard's XO) approached the cube under cloak, using a specially built cloaking device under authorization from Janeway. The Queen was stopped by Dr. Crusher when she injected the Queen with a serum that reversed the Queen's development, and sent the Borg into stasis, leaving the cube in a state of hibernation, and Picard with potential consequences to face for his disobeyal of orders. (TNG novel: Resistance)

End of the universe

A short time later, while Picard's fate still awaited, the Enterprise was sent on a mission of exploration to the planet Gorsach IX. Arriving at the planet the first away team soon discovered it was an artificial construct, and shortly after their return to the Enterprise Q paid a visit, although he revealed nothing of the nature of Gorsach or why he was visiting.

Per Worf's suggestion, Picard ordered a policy of ignorance towards Q when he appeared, which he upheld himself even when Q appeared in his and Beverly's bedroom, shifting appearances in order to seem to be former lovers of the both of them. That policy was held until Admiral Janeway informed the Enterprise that Gorsach had become the epicentre of a series of rifts which were opening all over the galaxy and Q decided to chime in on the conversation.

Picard decided to lead a new away team down to the planet to try and find the cause of the rifts. On the planet, like the other members of the away team, Picard found himself in an alternate version of his life where he worked as a civilian archaeologist under Professor Richard Galen; he was absorbed in this reality, but knew it was somehow not right.

Sensing the reality he was in was actually a construct, and manipulating time as he had been taught by Anij on Baku, Picard stepped out of that reality back to Gorsach, where he was whisked away by Q to the astral void. There Q filled in Picard on what Gorsach was: a plug in the universe to prevent catastrophic entropy—the end of the universe. Q then returned Picard to the place he had just broken into.

In the nothingness of somewhere Picard could hear Q talking to Them (those who controlled the fate of the universe). As Picard listened, Q explained to Them the potential he felt in humanity had, how they had grown so quickly, and how Picard had managed to get past the tricks of Gorsach and find himself there. But They were not convinced and decided this universe, like many before, was just too dull and they would end it and start again. As Picard floated in nothingness hearing the disembodied beings discuss the end of the universe, he found the whole situation utterly absurd and burst out into laughter.

Presented with a laughing Picard, They reappraised their view on the universe and decided to allow it to continue to exist. Picard found himself back on Gorsach, the end of the universe prevented. (TNG novel: Q & A)

Evolution of the Borg

Not long after, Picard and the Enterprise visited Vulcan, where Picard was guest at the opening of the Sarek School of Diplomacy and Ambassadorial Studies, as was Ambassador Spock. While there, a small craft landed and delivered Seven of Nine, who had come against the orders of Admiral Edward Jellico to give Picard a warning: the Borg were active once more and humanity was again at stake.

Picard decided to defy Jellico's orders to return to Earth, and instead set course for Trophy World, where he hoped to reactive the Doomsday machine, an ancient Borg weapon. Several of Picard's crew disagreed with this course of action, and plotted to remove the captain from command. They were prevented from executing their plan, though, and Picard's plan was ultimately successful in destroying the Borg supercube over Earth. (TNG novel: Before Dishonor)

Not long after, Admiral Necheyev invited Picard to Starfleet Headquarters, in order to make a gesture of reconciliation and appreciation toward the captain. Around this same time, Crusher raised the question of her and Picard having a child together. Picard was resistant to the idea, in part due to unresolved emotions he retained from his experience as Kamin, and in part due to his fears about the Borg. Ultimately, he and Crusher did conceive a son in late 2380. (TNG novel: Greater Than the Sum)


Picard in 2381.

Early 2381 saw the start of a new Borg offensive, one which Picard, via his link through Locutus, recognized as greater than any previous threat. The Enterprise was again the only vessel to be equipped with transphasic torpedoes and saw considerable front-line combat. Understanding that the Borg were no longer interested in assimilating humanity, but rather in exterminating it, he began to become depressed. This began to concern his senior crew, most notably Beverly, who recognized the signs early on and spoke with Geordi La Forge. In the face of their captain's introversion and melancholy, his crew was able to trace the source of the invading Collective to the Azure Nebula where they were drawn into a trap, having to send out a general distress call. (ST - Destiny novel: Gods of Night)

The timely arrival of Ezri Dax and the USS Aventine through a subspace tunnel to the nebula saved the Enterprise. After defeating the immediate threat, Picard ordered the two crews to investigate the tunnels to find ways to mine the nebula and collapse them to prevent further Borg incursions, despite the protests of Captain Dax and the feelings of several of his senior staff who considered the tunnels to be too valuable as an exploratory tool. However, scientific analysis performed by Dina Elfiki and Gruhn Helkara determined that attempts to collapse the tunnels could cause catastrophic reverberations, and the dynamics of the supernova remnant proved to thwart any attempts to create a minefield. After consulting with Admiral Nechayev and requesting reinforcements, Picard ceased production of the self-replicating mines and instead had the ships focus on opening the tunnels, hoping to locate the staging area of the Borg. The Enterprise and Aventine would traverse tunnels individually at first. However, after the arrival of an allied fleet of several hundred ships, the Enterprise and Aventine traversed one of the tunnels together, and ended up near the Carina Arm near the median between the Delta and Gamma Quadrants, where they fought and were boarded by Hirogen hunters. The Hirogen used effective tactics, neutralising the power of the Starfleet ships. Two hunters eventually reached the bridge, at which point Worf and Choudhury had Picard escorted from the bridge. However the Alpha discerned the captain and attempted to kill him, but was stopped by Worf. During the battle Picard's ready room was consumed in fire, providing a new source of depression for him. After the fight, as the subspace tunnels began to collapse, the two vessels returned to the Azure Nebula, finding not the fleet they left behind, but a graveyard of ships. Finding survivors on Voyager, Picard learned there was an invading armada of over seven thousand Borg cubes. The Borg Queen spoke to Locutus through his link, taunting him. Captain Dax impulsively decided to chase the Borg, and Picard set course to chase the Aventine to attempt to cease their foolish attempt to be heroic. (ST - Destiny novel: Mere Mortals)

Dax was convinced to stand down, and soon after the Titan arrived under the command of Captain Riker. On board was the mysterious former Earth Starfleet Captain Erika Hernandez, who quickly realised the connection of the Borg to the mysterious alien race the Caeliar. However, in the face of the Borg Armada, and the imminent destruction of his entire civilisation, Picard had descended further into depression. He opposed the plan of Captains Riker, Dax, and Hernandez to seize a Borg scout ship and try to use the latter to usurp the Queen. He would go on to oppose their subsequent plans to summon the Caeliar city-ship of Erigol, at whose heart existed an Omega molecule generator of supreme attraction to the Borg, to the nebula. However he acquiesced their plan, and when Erigol arrived and revealed its presence to the Borg, the Queen summoned her entire armada to the nebula. Distrusting the abilities of the Caeliar, Picard instead ordered the creation of a thalaron radiation generator. This would have the effect of destroying the organic components of the Borg drones and queen (as had been advised to the Federation President by Seven of Nine earlier in the crisis). However, the order was still in contravention of Federation treaties with the Klingons and Romulans, among others. The order was refused by Chief Engineer La Forge, who argued that the order not only was illegal but also trampled upon the sacrifice of Data two years before. Galvanised by La Forge, Picard relented and abandoned the weapon. Another brief point of healing was a conversation he had with Riker concerning the traumas they faced about fatherhood. Ultimately, whilst Picard strategised with Riker and Dax on the Enterprise the Caeliar used their massive power to summon the Borg earlier than their expected arrival. There in the nebula the three ships witnessed the Caeliar defeat the Borg Collective (or rather the domination by the Queen in particular). The Caeliar liberated the trillions of Borg drones who remained, and drew them into the Caeliar's gestalt, effectively ending the Borg once and for all. The union of the Caeliar and the drones had the effect of eradicating the last remaining traces of Locutus from Picard's psyche and finally freeing him of its influence after fifteen years. In the face of freedom, Picard collapsed and cried without control on the bridge. Worf and Riker attempted to shield the bridge crew from this sight, and Beverly soon joined them. But the captain was unaware, caught in the embrace of the Caeliar, and more so, freedom. After the end of the brief but traumatic war, the captain and husband could look forward to the birth of his son. (ST - Destiny novel: Lost Souls)

2381 Reconstruction

Jasminder Choudhury, Worf, Picard and the refugees in the aftermath of the invasion.

During the subsequent reconstruction of the Federation, Picard's actions attracted controversy from Starfleet Command due to his decision to 'abduct' Governor George Barrile, the Prime Minister of Alpha Centauri to show him the scale of the damage caused to planets such as Pacifica during the invasion, thus encouraging Barrile to reconsider his decision to withdraw from the Federation due to the current lack of support after seeing other planets in worse shape than his own. Admiral Leonard James Akaar contemplated promoting Picard to admiral in recognition of his unorthodox position in Starfleet's chain of command – able to defy multiple orders and get away with it because his actions always resulted in the best possible outcome – as well as the recent losses sustained to the admiralty, such as the deaths of Admirals Kathryn Janeway and Owen Paris. Picard, though, remembered the advice that he had received from James T. Kirk during their brief meeting in the Nexus: to never accept a promotion that would take him away from the Enterprise, as it was when he was in the captain's chair of that ship that he was best suited to make a difference. Listening to Picard's reasoning, Akaar decided to leave Picard where he was in memory of his infamous namesake, reflecting that the Federation may need another James T. Kirk more than it needed another admiral at this time. (TNG novel: Losing the Peace)

In late 2381 Picard became a father with Beverly, as she give birth to their son Rene Jacques Robert Francois Picard. (TNG - Typhon Pact novel: Paths of Disharmony)

2382 Secession of Andor

As part of the new political brief of the captain during this period, in October 2382, Picard led a mission to Andor, to aid a Federation conference seeking to aid the Andorian reproductive crisis. However the event turned into a dramatic blow to the Federation, as it became clear that the Yrythny genetic material obtained by Lieutenant Thirishar ch'Thane in the Gamma Quadrant could not heal the Andorians. Political tensions had already ran rampant between the incumbent Progressive Party, led by the Presider Iravothra sh'Thalis, and the nationalistic Visionist Party. Despite working closely with sh'Thalis, Picard and the Enterprise were unable to stop the slow dissolution of trust in the Federation. Matters came to a head when the Tholians revealed to the Andorians that the Federation had for over a century possessed knowledge of the Shedai Meta-Genome, a vast reservoir of genetic knowledge, which they claimed could heal the Andorians. This resulted in the expulsion of sh'Thalis, the defeat of her government, and the ascension of the Visionists to power. The Visionists immediately held a referendum of Andor's continuing membership of the Federation, which they sought to prevent. Stung and wounded by the weight of the perceived betrayal by the Federation, a slim majority of the Andorian population voted to secede from the Federation - in the words of sh'Thalis, 'act[ing] while in the grip of grief and shock'. (TNG - Typhon Pact novel: Paths of Disharmony)

2383 Venette Convention

In 2383, Picard would be appointed to a tense negotiation with the Venette Convention, a pacifist compact of species who were being courted by the Tzenkethi Coalition to join the Typhon Pact. Also present at the negotiations for the Khitomer Accords were Ferengi and Cardassian negotiating teams. The negotiations came to a dismal end for both groups as the Venette leaders rejected each for their duplicity and apparently violent inclinations. (TNG - Typhon Pact novel: Brinkmanship)


In 2385, Picard and the Enterprise were sent to Cardassia to assist Starfleet where needed and to await for the arrival of President Nanietta Bacco from Deep Space 9, at which point the Enterprise would return her to Earth after a round of negotiations finalizing the Federation withdrawal of Cardassia. While waiting however, Picard received news from Admiral Akaar that Bacco had been assassinated, but told him to hold his ship at Cardassia for the moment. Upon President Pro Temp Ishan Anjar taking power, Picard found himself ordered to stay put and to relay orders to Commander Margaret Fry of HARF that the Federation would be staying indefinitely and that Cardassians were no longer allowed on the Federation facility. While waiting for the next move, Elim Garak contacted Picard for assistance, informing he suspected he'd be assassinated after a visit with the Cardassian Castellan Rakena Garan. Specifically, he believed he would be targeted by the True Way, who had been encouraging increased anti-Federation sentiment by gaining direct and indirect control of prominent positions. Among those positions compromised were the head Cardassian Intelligence Bureau and the Cardassia City Constabulary. The True-Way had since been chipping away at Castellen Garan. As Garak finished his meeting and got back into his skimmer, it exploded, Garak being transported out only seconds before he would have died. Later, Picard would assist Garak, Arati Mhevet, and Ravel Dygan in drawing out those responsible for the growing anti-Federation sentiment on Cardassia. The plan worked and a Pro-Federation replacement had been found for the CIB, Constabulary, and Castellen's position. Though not against the Federation, the Castellen had been caught in a trap that would end with her impeachment and victory for an anti-Federation Castellen known Evek Temet. After the crisis had been averted, Picard was dispatched to Ferenginar by Anjar. Though confused, as Ferenginar wasn't having any problems he knew of, Picard took the Enterprise and went anyway. As the Enterprise departed, Picard would receive a consoling letter from sh'Thalis of Andor regarding the demise of Bacco. (ST - The Fall novel: The Crimson Shadow)

The actions Picard took during the events on Alpha Centauri led to him being appointed with an increasingly political role within and without the Federation in the ensuing years, a situation he would reflect on in 2385. After the truth behind the fate of Ishan Anjar became known and Baras Rodirya - who had impersonated Ishan for over a decade - was arrested and removed from office, Picard approached Admirals Riker and Akaar to discuss his career options. At that meeting Riker and Akaar offered Picard a multi-year mission of exploration of an area of space that had only been charted by unmanned probes. (ST - The Fall novel: Peaceable Kingdoms)


After the assassination of President Bacco and the uncovering of Baras Rodirya, Captain Picard and the Enterprise headed out to the Odyssean Pass to explore. They encountered a derelict spaceship, the Arrow; Worf helped investigate the ship, a massive police weapon based on a planet killer. Caught between a conflict between two neighbouring systems, Picard resolved to pacify the two systems through diplomacy. (TNG novel: Armageddon's Arrow)

By June, the Enterprise had returned to missions of exploration of the Odyssean Pass. The ship happened upon a planet that appeared to come from nowhere. An away team headed by Worf discovered the world was called Ushalon and it is occupied by a small science team from the Sidrac race, experimenting with alternate dimensions. These include one with an alternate Enterprise-D and an alternate 2266 Romulan bird-of-prey, all of which come into the dimension occupied by the Enterprise-E. Ultimately the crews of the three ships worked together to return them to their original dimensions. (TNG novel: Headlong Flight)

Although Riker had assured Picard that he would keep the Enterprise focused on its mission of exploration, he was forced to break that promise when the ship was called upon to serve as a transport for the heirs of the House of Kruge on the centennial of the deciding battle, as well as collecting Emperor Kahless. Despite his distaste for the heirs and the assignment as a whole, Picard did his best to rise to the responsibility even after the gathering was decimated by the Unsung, a group of Klingons descended from discommendated soldiers, and Kruge's newly-discovered heir, Korgh, attempted to make Starfleet the scapegoat for the Unsung's actions. Despite this, Picard was able to turn the tables when he realized that the Unsung were aided by the Circle of Jilaan, prompting him to contact Ardra and arrange for her help in discrediting their actions. (TNG novels: Hell's Heart, The Jackal's Trick, The Hall of Heroes)

Towards the end of the year, the Enterprise encountered Sralanya, where Picard became aware of Earth's history with alien encounters before First Contact. Specifically, he discovered that the native race; the Eizand had been visited by an expedition from Earth in the 21st century. The expedition which was sponsored by the United States government's alien defense initiative under the command of Majestic 12. The agency repaired and retrofitted an Eizand ship that had crashed on Earth. Subsequently, a group of astronauts left on a mission to launch a nuclear preemptive strike on the Eizand home planet. The astronauts decided not to launch their nuclear payload and ejected it into space. Later, the astronauts were used as scapegoats to cover up that factions within the planet's government started a nuclear war. When the Enterprise arrived at the planet, their away team was taken into custody and were to be tried as representatives of Earth for starting the war. Consequently, members of the away team were killed and the Captain and the remaining members were freed from custody and went on the run with members of a resistance movement who wanted the truth about the war exposed. (TNG novel: Hearts and Minds (novel))

Section 31 revelations

Near the end of 2386, the public was made aware of Section 31 when it was revealed by the journalist, Ozla Graniv, and its members prosecuted. The incident on Tezwa was one of the most troubling aspects of that revelation. Most damning was that his captain, Jean-Luc Picard, had been party not only to the forcible removal of Min Zife in 2379, but also his assassination by Section 31. (Section 31 novel: Control)

Picard in 2386.

Following the events at Sralanya, Admiral Akaar debriefed Picard, addressing the unusual nature of secret history involved there. Abruptly, the admiral turned to Min Zife, "Tell me about Min Zife, Captain." While Akaar was glad 31 was finally being punished, he had been stunned to learn that respected officers, including his predecessors such as Edward Jellico and William Ross, as well as trusted admirals like Alynna Nechayev and Owen Paris were involved in its activities. Most disturbing was Picard. Akaar revealed that Picard's role in the removal of President Zife from office became public. However, since he was not involved in the subsequent cover-up and assassination of Zife and his conspirators, Admiral Akaar promised to shield him from the worst of the fallout, but made it abundantly clear that Picard would never be promoted to Admiral or advance beyond Captain of the Enterprise (though Picard stated that he had no desire to advance to the admiralty in the first place). Akaar warned Picard that he was on a tight leash, and that Picard must do his "duty". (TNG novel: Hearts and Minds)

Starfleet service record

location assignment dates rank or rate assignment insignia rank insignia
Starfleet Academy student officer 2323-2327 cadet Assignment badge.

Shoulder strap rank.

shipped out from Starbase Earhart junior officer 2327 ensign Assignment badge. Shoulder strap rank insignia. Uniform sleeve image.
under Captain Jan Rosenstrum 2330s lieutenant Shoulder strap rank insignia. Uniform sleeve image.
USS Stargazer
second officer 2333 lieutenant commander Shoulder strap rank insignia. Uniform sleeve image.
commanding officer 2333-2355 captain Shoulder strap rank. Uniform sleeve image.
Assignment badge image.
Collar rank image.
Extended leave of absence 2355-2359
USS Portia commanding officer 2360
Starfleet Tactical Head of Long-range Threat Assessment and Response Division 2360-2363
Starfleet Headquarters Starfleet liaison to the Federation President 2363-2364
USS Enterprise-D commanding officer 2364-2366
Collar rank. Collar rank. Collar rank.
Celtris III infiltration 2369
USS Enterprise-D 2369-2371
Assignment badge.
USS Enterprise-E 2372-2387
Collar rank.


"If we're going to be damned, let's be damned for what we really are."
Picard, to Q's challenge[src]
"It is possible to commit no mistakes and still lose. That is not a weakness, that is life."
Picard to Data[src]
"The first duty of every Starfleet officer is to the truth, whether it is scientific truth or historical truth or personal truth. It is the guiding principle on which Starfleet is based! And if you can't find it within yourself to stand up and tell the truth about what happened, you don't deserve to wear that uniform!"
Picard to Wesley Crusher[src]
"The ability to admit that you do not know is the surest indication of your enduring strength. Absolute certainty might seem comforting, but is actually proof that you've given up. You will learn no more once you have decided you know."
Picard to Kathryn Janeway[src]
"Proceed as if all you want has already been granted to you. Become the solution they require. Don’t worry about doing what you’re told. Do what you must."
Picard to Kathryn Janeway[src]
"Our responsibility is great, but I trust we can answer the challenge put to us, just as we have so many times before."



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