Movies - TV
The Strongest
Star Trek
Villains
Ranked
By MARGARET DAVID
14. Moriarty
This holographic, souped-up version of Holmesian nemesis Professor James Moriarty would have been a Lore-level threat had he earned himself a physical body. Instead, he becomes the inspiration for the doctor on "Voyager," and an evil insignia named Badgey that nearly kills the "Lower Decks" ensign who made him.
13. The Diviner
The Diviner is definitely a force to be reckoned with due to his ability to time travel and clone himself. And although, in the end, he's left to rot on the prison planet he created, there are plenty of reasons to be afraid he could make trouble for the Federation again.
12. Trelane
Childish, brash, and selfish, the nigh-omnipotent Trelane, the Squire of Gothos, turns Kirk and his crew into his personal playthings, and he whines when they don't play along. His true power potential is explored in Peter David's book "Q-Squared,” with Trelane growing beyond the control of the Continuum and throwing multiple timelines out of joint.
11. General Chang
Klingon General Chang is the muscle in a conspiracy to stop a peace treaty between the Klingon Empire and the Federation. This mighty general is one of his proud race's most formidable and clever opponents.
10. Lore
Data's big brother, Lore, lacks a moral core, and most of his emotions are jealousy and rage, but he's still armed with a whipsmart AI brain that lets him become a dangerous manipulator. Lore's ego and connection to his brother are too much for him to overcome, and Data deactivates him for good in the two-part "Descent."