The true, Romulan title of Star Trek: Picard‘s villain Commodore Oh (Tamlyn Tomita) has been revealed: She is also referred to as Common N’Dar. Oh was the clandestine reason for many horrors inflicted upon the galaxy within the CBS All-Entry collection starring Patrick Stewart in his iconic position as Jean-Luc Picard. However little by little, Star Trek: Picard dropped the shroud of thriller surrounding Oh and the actress who portrays her completely informed Display Rant her actual Romulan title.
Intriguingly, Oh is a uncommon Starfleet character who held two very excessive ranks in reverse, enemy organizations. Launched within the second episode of Star Trek: Picard season 1, Commodore Oh was the intimidating Head of Starfleet Safety. Purportedly a Vulcan, it was later revealed that Oh is definitely a half-Vulcan and half-Romulan hybrid. Additional, Oh was a double agent and, in her true identification, she is the chief of the Zhat Vash, which is a secret, synthetics-hating cabal throughout the Romulan Tal Shiar. With Narissa (Peyton Record), who poses as Starfleet’s Lieutenant Rizzo, as her agent, Commodore Oh masterminded the tragic Mars assault in 2385 that led to synthetics being banned by the United Federation of Planets. Oh additionally coerced Dr. Agnes Jurati (Alison Capsule) to affix Picard’s mission as a Romulan spy so she might kill Dr. Bruce Maddox (John Ales), who created a brand new race of synthetics, together with Soji (Isa Briones), the daughter of the late Commander Information (Brent Spiner). As soon as Soji’s homeworld of Coppelius was positioned, Oh personally led an enormous Romulan fleet to wipe out the androids, who had been saved by the heroic sacrifice of Picard and a Starfleet armada led by Appearing Captain Will Riker (Jonathan Frakes).
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In an interview with Display Rant, Tamlyn Tomita dropped the bombshell that Commodore Oh’s actual title is Common N’Dar, and Oh is her false, Starfleet identification. This syncs with the truth that Riker referred to Oh as “Common” throughout their confrontation in Star Trek: Picard‘s season 1 finale, “Et in Arcadia Ego, Half II” – though the Starfleet Captain by no means uttered Oh’s Romulan title so it is not clear if Riker truly is aware of it or not. Nonetheless, Tomita informed us the title Common N’Dar was a part of the conception of the character of Commodore Oh. Tomita states, “I believe there have been numerous artistic, fantastic juices flowing backwards and forwards between the creators as to who Commodore Oh was, and Common N’Dar… However yeah, I’m a Common, my title is N’Dar, however that is scripted” (and the title N’Dar did not air within the episode).
Star Trek: Picard added many new wrinkles to Romulan lore by introducing the Zhat Vash and their reverse quantity, the cadre of Romulan warrior nuns often called the Qowat Milat. As well as, Romulan names now carry a fair better significance due to Star Trek: Picard because the Tal Shiar undercover agent Narek (Harry Treadaway) and Soji mentioned how Romulans have one title for outsiders and one other secret title reserved for household and family members. Narek confessing his actual title – Hrai Yan – to Soji was the Romulan spy’s method of declaring he truly liked her, though this did not cease Narek from attempting to kill Soji on Commodore Oh’s orders.
With Narek’s title sport in thoughts, the truth that Commodore Oh additionally has a real Romulan title is not shocking. Nonetheless, since particulars in a roundabout way said in Star Trek episodes or movies usually aren’t thought-about canonical, there’s an opportunity Commodore Oh’s actual title might be modified if she reappears in Star Trek: Picard season 2. Nonetheless, it is extra probably Oh’s actual title is N’Dar and this will probably be formally said if she does return to menace the Alpha Quadrant once more subsequent season.
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