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STAR TREK: VOYAGER – 6×16 – COLLECTIVE
Chakotay, Harry Kim, Tom Paris and Neelix are taken hostage when the Delta Flyer is captured by a Borg cube. However, the cube is littered with dead drones and controlled solely by a small group of unmatured Borg children who were left behind, unworthy of re-assimilation. The underdeveloped drones attempt to assimilate their captives, while Captain Janeway sends Seven of Nine to negotiate.
Star Trek: Voyager – 6×16 – “Collective” (Trailer)
STAR TREK: VOYAGER – “COLLECTIVE”
|Episode no.:||Season 6|
|Directed by:||Allison Liddi|
|Story by:||Andrew Shepard Price|
|Written by:||Michael Taylor|
|Original air date:||February 16, 2000|
During an away mission, the Delta Flyer is intercepted by a Borg cube. Chakotay, Paris and Neelix find themselves in what appears to be an assimilation chamber. A partially assimilated body with crude Borg implants lies on a table in the center of the room. Harry Kim, who was knocked unconscious during the initial encounter, is still aboard the Delta Flyer, which is inside the Borg cube.
Voyager locates the Delta Flyer and the disabled Borg cube. The Borg’s erratic attack strategy allows Voyager to disable the cube’s weapons array, and Seven detects only five Borg signatures aboard the cube. The Borg agree to return the captured crew members in exchange for Voyager‘s navigational deflector, which would leave Voyager without warp propulsion. Seven surmises the Borg want the deflector to contact the Collective.
While stalling the Borg, Janeway sends Seven to their ship to confirm that the captured crew members are unharmed. Seven discovers the drones aboard the cube are all dead, except for five children, who believe the Borg will rescue them once their link is re-established. Seven returns to Voyager with a dead adult drone. The Doctor discovers that a space-borne virus killed it. The immature drones were unaffected by the virus because they were protected while inside the maturation chambers. Mechanical malfunctions later opened their chambers prematurely. The Doctor also discovers that if the pathogen is revived, it could be used to neutralize the drone children. Janeway considers weaponizing the virus against other Borg, an idea the Doctor opposes.
Because Voyager cannot give up its deflector, Janeway offers Seven’s technical services in repairing the cube’s technology. A Borg child threatens Janeway, saying the repairs must be completed in two hours or else a hostage will be killed. Meanwhile, Kim regains consciousness inside the Delta Flyer and contacts Voyager. Seven attempts to break the Borg children away from the Collective and persuade them to join Voyager‘s crew.
While working on the cube’s repairs, Seven discovers that the Collective deliberately ignored the drones’ distress call, considering them irrelevant and damaged. Their link to the Collective was permanently severed. The drone children were unable to decrypt the Collective’s reply that they were unworthy of re-assimilation. Meanwhile, Kim is captured and awakens to raw-looking implants on his face. “First” (the unnamed leader of the Borg children) grows frustrated and demands that Voyager turn over their deflector immediately. Seven tells the drone children that the Collective will never return for them and that their distress call was purposely ignored.
Voyager successfully beams Chakotay, Paris and Neelix back onto Voyager, but Seven and Kim are held in a shielded area. Angered, First violently attacks Seven, but his Second pulls him away. As the cube’s transwarp core destabilizes, Seven orders evacuation. However, First refuses to leave and is lethally shocked and knocked off his feet. Seven comforts him as he dies, though he remains defiant, proclaiming, “We are Borg.”
Back aboard Voyager, the Doctor successfully removes Kim’s and the children’s Borg implants. Seven partially salvages the cube’s database, including the surviving children’s original assimilation profiles. The children discover their real names are Icheb, Mezoti, Azan, and Rebi.
Borg Maturation Chamber
A maturation chamber, also informally known as a Borg nursery, was a device used by the Borg Collective to accelerate the development of adolescent humanoids until they were ready to service the Collective as drones. Among those who were placed in such chambers were Annika Hansen (Seven of Nine), Icheb, Maryl and a young boy Seven of Nine met in Unimatrix Zero. (TNG: “Q Who”; VOY: “Collective”; VOY: “Unimatrix Zero”)
Children assimilated by the Borg were placed in maturation chambers where they spent the following seventeen cycles. Once a drone disengaged from a maturation chamber, it would await instruction from the Collective, in order to gain a designation and a purpose. (VOY: “Mortal Coil”, “Drone”)
Maturation chambers were first encountered in 2365, when Commander William Riker, Lieutenant Commander Data, and Lieutenant Worf beamed aboard a damaged Borg cube to investigate after its initial attack upon the USS Enterprise-D. Riker referred to the chambers as a “nursery”. This “nursery” consisted of several drawers in the wall, each containing an infant in an early stage of assimilation. The Borg infants did not exhibit either the extensive implants or the body armor of mature drones, nor was it known at the time if Borg infants required food sources other than the electricity consumed by adults. (TNG: “Q Who”)
At the time “Q Who” was produced, the back story regarding the Borg increasing their numbers through assimilation was not yet developed. Therefore, Riker’s description of the nursery indicates that the Borg reproduced with each other, their babies born as organic lifeforms, and then (after birth) enhanced with mechanical devices. This was later disproved by several episodes of Star Trek: Voyager, which stated that the Borg expand their numbers through assimilation only (see Seven of Nine’s quote about the fetal Borg below, for example), capturing babies and children and then placing them in maturation chambers to accelerate their growth.
After assimilating The Doctor’s mobile emitter and sampling DNA from Ensign Mulchaey in 2375, Seven of Nine’s nanoprobes created a modified maturation chamber in one of USS Voyager‘s science labs. When Seven of Nine saw a fetal Borg drone inside this chamber, she indicated that this was unusual, saying, “I don’t understand. The Borg assimilate. They do not reproduce in this fashion.” The growth rate of this drone, known as One, was twenty-five times faster than normal. The chamber was protected by a force field. (VOY: “Drone”)
It remains unknown how the implantation of Borg devices affects the growth of infants to maturity – namely, whether immature drones need to have their implants upgraded, or if said implants adapt to physiological changes in the drone.
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