Odo was last seen in the series finale of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, but the heroic transformation is crucial to the story of Star Trek: Picard season 3.

Warning: SPOILERS for Star Trek: Picard Season 3, Episode 3 – “Seventeen Seconds”Star Trek: Picard Season 3, Episode 3, “Seventeen Seconds,” answers a lingering question Star Trek: Deep Space NineThe finale about what happened to Odo (RenĂ© Auberjonois), DS9heroic transformation of. Star Trek: Picard The third episode of season 3 ended with the double reveal that the villains of the story are from Changelings DS9′s Dominion. But the B-story, in which Worf (Michael Dorn) and Raffi Musiker (Michelle Hurd) interrogate a Changeling named Titus Ricka (Thomas Dekker), gave a big reveal about Odo.


The constable was Odo Star Trek: Deep Space Nine series regular for all seven seasons. Odo, a shape-shifter separated from his people, became the head of security at Deep Space Nine, the first to work for the company. For the Cardassians and then the Bajorans Militia and Starfleet. A strong believer in justice, Odo was a complex and emotionally torn individual. During DS9, Odo learned that he was part of the Dominion founders, but he turned against them during his people’s efforts to conquer the Alpha Quadrant. Odo also falls in love with Major Kira Neris (Nana Visitor). When the United Federation of Planets won the Dominion War, Odo chose to return to his people to cure the deadly disease set in Chapter 31. DS9‘s series finale, “What You Leave Behind.”

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Picard Season 3’s Odo Easter Egg Answers Big Question About DS9 Finale

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With the revelation that the Changelings are their secret enemies Star Trek: Picard In season 3, the answer to what happened to Odo will come later Star Trek: Deep Space Ninethe finale of After Titus Rikka was exposed as a mutant who stole experimental weapons from Daystrom Station, Worf told Raffy exactly why he is now “contractor” For Starfleet Intelligence. Contacted Worf “man of great honor” Kim refused to accept the defeat of the Dominion, a rogue faction of Changelings, and broke away from the Federation to seek revenge. The “man of great honor” Worf can only be Odo, his friend from Deep Space Nine. It also makes sense that Odo would bond with Worf, who later rose to the rank of Starfleet Captain DS9 finished

It is unclear how Odo contacted Worf about the warping plot, but it is likely that Odo stayed at the Great Link in the Gamma Quadrant. DS9 finished When Star Trek: Downstairs Visited Deep Space Nine in the early 2280s, about 20 years ago Star Trek: Picard’time interval s, Colonel Kira was alone and viewing the wormhole into the Gamma Quadrant. Kira Odoni is obviously missing, as is Captain Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks). Odo may have left the Great Link to visit the Alpha Quadrant and contact Worf and possibly Kira. Star Trek: Picard Season 3. But severing Odo’s connection to the Great Link was difficult even for Kira, and may have remained so after his time in the Omarion Nebula. DS9 finished

Why Odo doesn’t appear in Star Trek: Picard Season 3

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Worf’s mention of Odo (though not his name) is an exciting development Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fans and the Changeling threat will come true Star Trek: Picard Season 3 promised to be a sequel to DS9 and both Star Trek: Voyager. Unfortunately, Odo can’t be a part of it Picard Season 3 directly due to the death of Rene Auberjonois in December 2020. Without Odo’s help, Starfleet will have to defeat this splinter faction of the Dominion. However, using archived voice clips of Rene Auberjonois, Odo’s hologram was part of an exciting holodeck simulation featuring other Star Trek legends. Star Trek: Awesome Season 1. Although Rene Auberjonois is dead, it’s heartening to know that Odo is still alive and well. Star Trek: Picard’s era, and the heroic Changeling is still different.

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