So at a couple of points in season 2, Spock admonishes Michael for essentially having a hero complex and taking on responsibility for everything (most often alone) when she doesn’t have to. Michael seems to acknowledge this and even agree with this assessment, showing a little more personal growth (that began in season 1 with her telling Tilly she’d given her really bad advice). My questions are: does the resolution of season 2 undo this revelation for Michael, and how might it affect her character in season 3? Remember that Michael is literally the centrepiece around which all the events of season 2 revolve given that she is the Red Angel and that she must send the signals that retroactively make the whole season happen. She is also the object of some martyrdom by sacrificing her life in the 23rd to exile Control in the 32nd. Isn’t that enough to give anyone a hero complex? She literally saved the prime universe probably. Can we expect that Michael’s latent tendencies towards carrying the weight of the universe on her shoulders will flourish in season 3? And who will keep her grounded like Spock did/tried to? I’d like it to be Tilly - she may grow out of her hero worship of Michael. Possibly Georgiou, but she may have her own megalomania issues given that she’s the former empress of the prime-mirror universe. Maybe Saru? Although Michael never seemed to respect Saru (at least not in the same way she respected Spock). Season 3 may be Reece’s time to shine - assuming he knows how to play chess. I may be reading too much into this, but it’d be nice to see some of these issues resurface in Michael during discovery’s time in the 32nd.