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{{FamilyM|Picard}}
 
 
{{counterpart|Jean-Luc Picard}}
 
{{counterpart|Jean-Luc Picard}}
 
{{surname|Picard}}
 
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| altcaption = Captain {{mu|Jean-Luc Picard}}{{small| in ''[[Mirror Broken]]''}}.
 
| altcaption = Captain {{mu|Jean-Luc Picard}}{{small| in ''[[Mirror Broken]]''}}.
 
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In the [[mirror universe]], '''Jean-Luc Picard''' was a {{mu|Terran}} man who lived during the [[24th century]].
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In the [[mirror universe]], '''Jean-Luc Picard''' was a {{mu|Terran}} male who lived during the [[24th century]]. ({{c|TNG|Mirror Broken}})
   
 
:''There are several conflicting versions of the mirror Picard's history, including {{n|TNG|Dark Mirror}} which shows a different continuity that predated and differs from the [[canon]] mirror universe as depicted in the [[24th century]]. The other versions all tend to agree with canon but not always each other.''
 
:''There are several conflicting versions of the mirror Picard's history, including {{n|TNG|Dark Mirror}} which shows a different continuity that predated and differs from the [[canon]] mirror universe as depicted in the [[24th century]]. The other versions all tend to agree with canon but not always each other.''
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In this version of the [[mirror universe]], Jean-Luc Picard was an archaeologist for hire, who was partnered with {{mu|Vash}}.
 
In this version of the [[mirror universe]], Jean-Luc Picard was an archaeologist for hire, who was partnered with {{mu|Vash}}.
   
In [[2371]], he rebelled against his master, [[Gul]] {{mu|Madred}}, and used his ship, the ''{{dis|Stargazer|runabout}}'', to destroy the {{mu|Borg|Borg diamond}} which attacked the [[Klingon-Cardassian Alliance]] by luring an Iconian virus and having it attack the diamond, destroying it. ({{n|TNG|sub={{st|Mirror Universe}}|The Worst of Both Worlds}})
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In [[2371]], he rebelled against his master, [[Gul]] {{mu|Madred}}, and used his ship, the ''{{mu|Stargazer}}'', to destroy the {{mu|Borg|Borg diamond}} which attacked the [[Klingon-Cardassian Alliance]] by luring an Iconian virus and having it attack the diamond, destroying it. ({{n|TNG|sub={{st|Mirror Universe}}|The Worst of Both Worlds}})
   
 
Picard then joined the [[Terran Rebellion]], recruited {{mu|Deanna Troi}} to his side and assassinated the Duras sisters, {{mu|Lursa}} and {{mu|B'Etor}} on the planet {{mu|Betazed}}. ({{ss|TNG|sub={{st|Mirror Universe}}|The Sacred Chalice}})
 
Picard then joined the [[Terran Rebellion]], recruited {{mu|Deanna Troi}} to his side and assassinated the Duras sisters, {{mu|Lursa}} and {{mu|B'Etor}} on the planet {{mu|Betazed}}. ({{ss|TNG|sub={{st|Mirror Universe}}|The Sacred Chalice}})
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===Mirror broken===
 
===Mirror broken===
In another permutation of the mirror universe, Picard was still captain of the {{ISS|Stargazer|NCC-2893}} by the [[2360s]]. He then had a meeting with his chief engineer Lieutenant {{mu|Reginald Barclay}} to order him to assist Lieutenant {{mu|Natasha Yar}} in monitoring a convoy of Vulcan slaves. Picard then gave Yar a medal for her action against the Vulcans. However, Picard contacted Barclay and when he and Yar parted way, Barclay killed Yar. Picard then congratulated Barclay and offered Yar's position as his security chief. Barclay accepted, with the secret intent to one day take Picard's captaincy the same way. ({{C|TNG|{{a|Mirror Broken (Prelude)|Prelude}}|sub = Mirror Broken}})
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In another permutation of the mirror universe, Picard was still captain of the {{ISS|Stargazer|NCC-2893}} by the [[2360s]]. He then had a meeting with his chief engineer Lieutenant {{mu|Reginald Barclay}} to order him to assist Lieutenant {{mu|Natasha Yar}} in monitoring a convoy of Vulcan slaves. Picard then gave Yar a medal for her action against the Vulcans. However, Picard contacted Barclay and when he and Yar parted way, Barclay killed Yar. Picard then congratulated Barclay and offered Yar's position as his security chief. ({{C|TNG|{{a|Mirror Broken (Prelude)|Prelude}}|sub = Mirror Broken}})
   
 
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