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The Borg Queen was an entity that served as a representative and apparent leader for the Borg Collective. (Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Voyager)


In 2373, the Borg Queen, trying to assimilate the IKS Hou-Ling, was met with the changeling Shane, who offered half his protoplasm to her in exchange for not assimilating the crew. Three years later, after having successfully assimilated Shane's double, the Borg Queen the held the crew of the USS Phoenix-X hostage in an attempt to convince Shane to join them (which he could only do willingly). She was successful in persuading him to join, until the crew of the Phoenix-X overtook the situation and Captain Daniel diffused the modified nanoprobes out of Shane. In 2378, the Borg Queen recaptured Shane's double and persuaded Shane to help her capture an omni'X for assimilation. After a successful assimilation of a partially omnipotent being, the Borg cube she was on, along with its drones, alone, became more powerful, but attracted the vengeance of the Traveling Link. The Traveling Link dedicated all their time into searching for her cube in order to destroy it. (Star Trek: Phoenix-X: "The Return of the Borg", "Destiny's Revenge, Parts I, II & III" )

After the Borg Collective fractured as a result of the neurolytic pathogen with which they were infected in 2378, by the year 2385, there were many incarnations of the Queen existing at one time, each in command of her own Hive. These Queens were highly territorial and distrustful of one another, so much so that members of the Inc'Radi expedition were able to trick two Hives into attacking each other. (Star Trek: Abandoned: "Under Siege, part II")

In mid 2387, shortly after the defeat of the Fen Domar, and three years since the Borg Elimination Incident, several vessels of the Borg collective appeared near the Exo system, in the path of the USS Odyssey-A. These ships had escaped the elimination incident by activating an experimental emergency temporal shift, which pushed them forward in time. One of these ships contained a Queen. Several days later, having attacked a number of Federation systems, a new Borg conflict began. (Star Trek: Unity (fan film series): "Fifth Element")


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