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Who is Worf in Star Trek: Picard Season 3?


The third episode of season 3 of “Star Trek: Picard” is probably the most uneven one so far, but at least Worf is back in full force.

Worf’s introduction in season 3 of “Picard” is the best of any “Star Trek” character that has come before.

In episode 2, Raffi has a tense meeting with a Ferengi crime boss named Sneed. Until Worf shows up, both her life and her soul are in danger.

But Who is Worf in Star Trek: Picard Season 3? Let’s dive deep and find the full information.

Who is Worf in Star Trek: Picard Season 3?

Worf was one of the most influential Klingons in the second half of the 24th century. He was the son of Mogh, of the Klingon House of Martok, and of the Human family of Rozhenko.

He was married to K’Ehleyr, the father of Alexander Rozhenko, and the husband of Jadzia Dax. He was a Starfleet officer and a soldier for the Empire. He was the enemy of the House of Duras.

Who is Worf in Star Trek: Picard Season 3?

When Worf was five years old, his father moved him, his mother, and Worf’s ghojmoK, Kahlest, to the Khitomer colony.

There, Mogh took Worf and a soldier named L’Kor on a ritual hunt. Worf hadn’t reached the Age of Inclusion yet, so he could barely hold a bat’leth. During the hunt, a beast bit Worf, leaving him with a scar and a memory he kept with him for the rest of his life.

Who Plays Worf in Star Trek: Picard Season 3?

Michael Dorn is an American actor who is best known for playing Worf, a Klingon, in the Star Trek series. He played Worf in all seven seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation and in seasons four through seven of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

Dorn has been a regular cast member in more Star Trek movies and TV shows than any other actor. He has been in five movies and 277 episodes.

Outside of the Star Trek series, Dorn was in the TV show CHiPs from 1979 to 1982 and did the voices of Coldstone and Taurus in the animated show Gargoyles.

Dorn first showed up on screen in Rocky. He was Apollo Creed’s bodyguard, but he wasn’t given credit for the part. He was a guest star on an episode of the TV show W.E.B. in 1978, which was two years later.

The show’s producer liked his work so much that he put Dorn in touch with an agent. Through the agent, Dorn met acting teacher Charles E. Conrad. Dorn studied with Conrad for six months, until he got a regular part on the TV show CHiPs, which is about police officers.

How did Worf Help Raffi in Star Trek Season 3 Episode 2?

On M’talas Prime, Musiker wakes up in her cabin on the SS La Sirena as the local news keeps playing about how Lurak T’Luco was to blame for the attack on the recruitment center.

As she turns off the feed, she hears music coming from the main hold and rushes to find her phaser. Inside, Worf is doing blade drills with a kur’leth while Berlioz’s “Vallon sonore” plays loudly.

Who is Worf in Star Trek: Picard Season 3?

As he finishes, Musiker comes up to him and asks who he is. Worf easily calms her down before telling her who he is. Musiker realizes that she is in the presence of a legend, the kind of person that Picard always talked about.

Sneed was about to kill her, and that was the last thing she could remember. Worf tells her that it was not her time to join the dead. Musiker remembers that she said the same thing in her message to Starfleet Intelligence, so she figures out that Worf is her mysterious handler.

Worf says that his goals are the same as Starfleet’s and that he is acting as a sort of subcontractor because he fears an attack. The use of the stolen weapon from the Daystrom Institute at the recruiting center was part of something bigger.

Musiker is angry because she came to the same conclusion on her own. If that was the case, why did he tell her to stop when it was clear that she was right? Worf says that he thought she would kill herself, or almost kill herself and that he was right about that as well.

Musiker is still feeling the effects of Sneed’s drug “Splinter,” which she took right before Worf saved her life. Musiker says that he gave away her secret, but Worf says that she did that herself.

She doesn’t understand why she took on a mission that was so dangerous to her life, her family, and her ability to stay sober. Worf reminds her that she did a mission that no one told her to do, but he thought she had the heart of a warrior, so he let her do it anyway.

He knows who paid Sneed to tell lies about T’Luco: A human named Titus Rikka had many contacts in the criminal world. They would find him, find out what was really going on, and stop their plan.

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