Axum's species drone Edit
Evora drone Edit
- See: Unnamed Evora
Hirogen drone Edit
- See: Unnamed Hirogen
Kelis' species drone Edit
This boy was assimilated by the Borg, but was also part of Unimatrix Zero. He had no memory of being assimilated except that his father's ship was attacked and boarded by machine men. When he appeared in Unimatrix Zero, Seven of Nine and Axum welcomed him and brought him to the meeting place where he met other children and played with them.
When the Borg Queen attempted to destroy the environment, she visited it and met the boy. She told him that assimilation turns people into friends and was fun and he showed her a good view over the whole place. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero", "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")
Peliar Zel native drone Edit
Varn's species drone Edit
The drone was a member of Unimatrix Zero in 2376/77. He was able to visit the virtual world the resistance movement had set up and be free from the hive mind. He took part in several meetings regarding the safety of Unimatrix Zero. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero")
Alien man in Unimatrix Zero Edit
This alien man, a Borg drone in real life, appeared in Unimatrix Zero after the nanovirus was released into the Borg hive. When Seven of Nine asked him if he remembered who he was or what ship he was on, he answered that he did not. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")
Unimatrix Zero members Edit
These humanoids were Borg drones that expressed their individuality in a place called Unimatrix Zero during their regeneration. One of them, Axum, contacted Seven of Nine and asked her for help to employ a nanovirus into the Borg Collective and help the drones to retain their individuality.
The crew of the USS Voyager helped these humanoids and started a war with the Borg Queen. Several Borg attacked them in Unimatrix Zero and they gathered and defended themselves with traps and weapons such as the Klingon bat'leth. At the end they returned to their Borg spheres and Borg cubes still having their individuality. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero", "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")