Star Trek: Picard Season 3’s Changeling Boss & Borg Queen Confusion Explained

  • The Borg Queen, assisted by Captain Vadic and the Changelings, plot to destroy the Federation, but their plan is foiled by Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise-D.
  • Vadic, who was initially thought to be a Changeling, is revealed to be working under the orders of the Borg Queen, who uses her to capture Jack Crusher and assimilate Starfleet officers.
  • By using Borg DNA implanted in Jack, the Borg Queen seeks to assimilate young Starfleet officers, but Picard is able to break Jack's connection to the Borg Queen and ultimately destroy her ship.
Star Trek: Picard season 3's villain, Captain Vadic (Amanda Plummer), answered to a mysterious being billed as The Face (Garth Kemp), but despite some fan confusion, The Face was always the Borg Queen (Alice Krige). Two of Star Trek's greatest villains, the Changelings and the Borg, team up to take on the United Federation of Planets in Picard season 3. However, the role of the Borg was a closely guarded secret until the final two episodes. Picard season 3, episode 4, "No Win Scenario," revealed Vadic was the minion of another villain who was originally believed to be another Changeling.
The Face ordered Vadic to capture Jack Crusher, the son of Dr. Beverly Crusher (Gates McFadden) and Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart), by attacking the USS Titan and demanding Admiral Picard hand him over. Picard, of course, refused to give up his son, but he and the Titan's crew could see Vadic's clear desperation. Unknown to them (and the audience) at the time, not only was Vadic a Changeling herself, but she was also receiving orders from the Borg Queen. The Borg and Changeling's plot to destroy the Federation very nearly succeeded, but was cut off just in time thanks to Picard and the reunited crew of the USS Enterprise-D.


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