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Seven of Nine
Imagine having no clue how to deal with your emotions and feeling incredibly alone for the first time in your life. Then imagine after years of hard work finally just beginning to come to terms with your new life and the people around you when suddenly, you find your self on a world you don’t know filled with people who just as soon see you dead.
That was the situation I would imagine Seven of Nine found herself in when “Endgame” came to a conclusion and she had to try to adapt to life on Earth.
Remember, even though Seven of Nine has turned her back on the Borg, more than 11,000 people were killed or assimilated at the Battle of Wolf 359. Many more died or were assimilated by the Borg at the Battle of Sector 001 which opened Star Trek: First Contact.
When that many people fall at the hands of a race many still consider you to be a part of, there are going to be problems, no matter how evolved the human race thinks it is.
And that is a concept would make for some awesome television.
Even though much of the final few seasons of Voyager seemed to focus on Seven of Nine, there is still a lot of story there to be told. Especially when you place her on Earth among humans, many of whom no doubt lost someone to the Borg.
A Seven of Nine series could focus on the idea of identity and who a person sees themselves as. Is Seven still a just a Borg without the technology or is she a human being who has to try to make peace with who she was and try to make amends for what the Borg did?
As a certain Vulcan might say, that would be fascinating to watch.