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Captain's Log - Jean-Luc Picard

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Captains Log  JeanLuc Picard game quiz
"Jean-Luc Picard featured in four "Star Trek" films as well as "Star Trek: The Next Generation". The crew of the USS Enterprise hope to 'engage' you in this quiz about him. Make it so!"

15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit  

1. Many of you know that Captain Jean-Luc Picard was born in France but do you know where in France he was born and what his parents did for a living?
    Burgundy and Winegrowers
    Marseille and Archaeology
    Paris and Artists
    La Barre and Winegrowers

2. Would it be true to say Picard and his brother Robert had a close relationship for most of their lives?

3. It took two tries for Jean-Luc to be accepted to Starfleet Academy, and after that he had many challenges during his time there. Eventually, he became the most outstanding cadet of his class, but it took the sage advice of the groundskeeper to steer Picard in the right direction. What was that wise groundskeeper's name?
    Mr. Weatherbee
    Mr. Boothby
    Mr. MacGregor
    Mr. Connelly

4. Jean-Luc Picard was the first freshman to win the Starfleet Academy marathon.

5. Complete this quote by Captain Jean-Luc Picard from an episode in the 6th season of "Star Trek: TNG" that occurred after an attack by hostile aliens leaving the captain in sickbay near death.

"There are many parts of my youth that I'm not proud of. There were loose threads, untidy parts of me that I would like to remove. But when I pulled on one of those threads, it had unraveled the _______ of my life."

What is the "t" word that goes in the blank to complete this quote?
(Note: The missing word can mean a type of heavy fabric traditionally hand-woven which often illustrates a scene and hung on a wall.)
    Answer: (One Word; begins with "t")

6. In the "TNG" episode "The Inner Light", Picard lived out another man's life after being struck by a beam from a probe. While living as Kamin, Jean-Luc learned to play a flute-like instrument. What other instrument had Picard learned to play as a child at home on Earth?

7. Captain Jean-Luc Picard was a very cultured man with a wide variety of interests. Which PAIR of items DOES NOT BOTH give a personal interest of his he either demonstrated or mentioned in the series or movies?
    Archeology and Three-dimensional chess
    Reading real books (non-digital) and Tea
    Shakespeare and Equestrianism
    Playing a musical instrument and Fencing

8. Whilst in command of the USS Stargazer, Picard used a technique in battle against a Ferengi ship that came to bear his name. In which skirmish did this take place?
    Battle of Ventax II
    Battle of Tau Ceti IV
    Battle of Maxia
    Battle of Luna VII

9. A relative of one of the Enterprise-D's senior staff died whilst Jean-Luc Picard was commanding USS Stargazer. Who was this?
    Jack Crusher
    Kestra Troi
    Kyle Riker
    Silva La Forge

10. The jump from the small screen to the movies occurred with "Star Trek: Generations" and a storyline that brought Kirk and Picard together in the Nexus and in the fight against the villain. While in the Nexus, Jean-Luc saw a possible reality where he was married with a family. How many children did he have?

11. ("Star Trek: First Contact") Captain Jean-Luc Picard had something in common with Khan ("Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan") and this was the great desire for revenge. Khan wanted to destroy Captain Kirk for the death of his wife and the suffering of his people on Ceti Alpha V. For a time when the ________ invaded his ship, Picard almost unconsciously became irrationally fixated on revenge for the treatment he had received at their hands and the resulting physical and emotional trauma. In fact he still had nightmares even after all these years.
    Answer: (One Word)

12. In 2367 the Klingon Chancellor of the High Council, K'mpec, knew he was dying due to poisoning. Because of his distrust of the two rivals for his position and of the High Council, he did something unheard of, he appointed Captain Jean-Luc Picard, a human, to administer the Klingon Rite of Accession. This person is selected by a Klingon Chancellor to be in charge of the Klingon Rite of Accession (after his death) during which there is a struggle for power between two rivals for the coveted position and then who also affirms who the next Chancellor of the High Council will be.

Your task is to carefully read the above paragraph and decide if the information given is accurate or not, and if not what is the correct information. There is only one correct choice below.
    It was not K'mpec who was poisoned and who appointed Captain Picard in this role, it was Duras.
    Captain Jean-Luc Picard was appointed to administer the Klingon Rite of Succession, not Accession.
    The information in the above paragraph is accurate and nothing needs to be changed.
    It wasn't Captain Picard who was appointed to be in charge of this rite, it was Worf.

13. In the film "Star Trek: Insurrection", Picard noted that there was a problem with the Enterprise-E. What were not in alignment?
    Lateral Phaser Array
    Heisenberg Compensators
    Torque Sensors
    Dilithium Matrix

14. In "Star Trek: Nemesis", Captain Picard encountered his clone Shinzon. What disease had Shinzon suffered as a child that Picard had also lived through?
    Irumodic Syndrome
    The Phage
    Shalaft's Syndrome
    Rigllian Fever

15. The last adventure to feature the crew of the Enterprise under Jean-Luc Picard's command was "Star Trek: Nemesis". By the end of this film, with which other Captain had Picard not interacted?
    Jonathan Archer
    Benjamin Sisko
    James T. Kirk
    Kathryn Janeway

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