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The following is a list of unnamed Hirogen.

Assimilated HirogenEdit

Assimilated Hirogen

A Hirogen assimilated by the Borg

The assimilated Hirogen was a personality assumed by Seven of Nine when a Borg vinculum caused her to develop a multiple personality disorder. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

Alpha-Hirogen (2374)Edit

Alpha-Hirogen, Prey

An Alpha Hirogen

In 2374, this Alpha Hirogen was leading the hunt of a member of Species 8472 which had been left behind after the rest of its species retreated back into fluidic space after the Borg-Species 8472 War. After his prey attempted to hide on the USS Voyager, the Alpha reluctantly agreed to work with the Voyager crew to locate it. The Alpha later engaged the 8472 in hand-to-hand combat and appeared to be losing when Seven of Nine beamed them both aboard a Hirogen vessel. His fate was unknown. (VOY: "Prey")

The Alpha Hirogen was played by Tony Todd.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Karon.

Alpha-Hirogen 1 (2377)Edit

Alpha Hirogen fab

An Alpha Hirogen

In 2377, this Alpha commanded a Hirogen vessel that responded to a distress call from a Hirogen training facility where all but one of the Hirogen had been attacked and killed by holograms from Iden's Rebellion. When he discovered Voyager responding to the distress call as well, he initially demanded that they leave but later agreed to work with them to locate the hologram's vessel.

Upon locating what appeared to be the their ship, the Alpha eagerly moved in for the kill. It was not their ship, however, but an unmanned drone disguised and placed as a trap for the Hirogen. Once the Alpha's ship was close enough, the drone exploded, disabling the ship and killing the Alpha and most of his men. The title of Alpha would be passed to his Beta (see below). (VOY: "Flesh and Blood")

The Alpha Hirogen was played by Trek regular Vaughn Armstrong.

Alpha-Hirogen 2 (2377)Edit

New Alpha Hirogen

A new Alpha Hirogen

After the death of his Alpha, this Beta Hirogen assumed the title of Alpha and resumed the hunt for the renegade holograms. He was much less agreeable than his predecessor and blamed Donik for the deaths of the Hirogen at the training facility and the Voyager for having given them what he believed to be faulty holographic technology. Accordingly, he was also more reluctant to work with the Voyager crew in locating the holograms. After the hologram threat was neutralized, the new Alpha told Captain Kathryn Janeway that she and her crew would have made worthy prey. (VOY: "Flesh and Blood")

The Alpha Hirogen was played by Trek regular Paul Eckstein. Eckstein also played another Hirogen in the earlier "The Killing Game" and "The Killing Game, Part II" episodes, ironically the one Janeway gave holographic technology to. It is unclear if these were the same Hirogen however.

Beta-Hirogen (2374)Edit

Beta-Hirogen, 2374

A Beta-Hirogen

This Beta-Hirogen hunted with Idrin aboard his warship when they captured Tuvok and Seven of Nine, who were accessing their communications array. He was able to locate the Voyager forty-thousand ketric away from their relay station and was told to go to stalking mode for their hunt. He objected suggesting they wait for the other three ships before engaging the Voyager but was told to obey by Idrin.

When told to prepare Seven and Tuvok for the kill, he again objected wanting to wait for the other ships to capture the Voyager. He was told not to question the Alpha again. Later, he, Idrin, and their ship were sucked into a black hole, but not before Seven and Tuvok were transported back to aboard the Voyager. (VOY: "Hunters")

This Beta-Hirogen was played by actor Roger Morrissey who filmed his scenes on Tuesday 28 October 1997 on Paramount Stage 16.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Ranjen.
His suit was built by Makeup & Effects Laboratories with a makeup call at 5:30 am. [1]

Beta-Hirogen (2377)Edit

Beta Hirogen, Flesh and Blood

Beta Hirogen

This Hirogen Beta served aboard the Hirogen vessel that responded to the distress call from the Hirogen training facility overrun by renegade holograms. (VOY: "Flesh and Blood")

Played by Michael Wiseman.

Hirogen Hunter 1 (2374)Edit

Hirogen hunter, Prey

A Hirogen hunter

The Hirogen Hunter along with the Alpha Hirogen hunted a member of Species 8472. He wanted to destroy the ship that the prey was on, but the Alpha overruled, wanting to finish the hunt. The hunter tracked the prey to an asteroid belt. He and the alpha followed the prey to an asteroid it had landed on, cornered it and shot it. Believing it dead, he and the alpha transported it aboard their ship. Species 8472 attacked them, killing the hunter, tearing him apart. (VOY: "Prey")

The Hirogen hunter was played by Clint Carmichael.

Hirogen Hunter 2 (2377)Edit

Older Hirogen

A Hirogen at a training facility

In 2377, this Hirogen Hunter hunted holograms on a training facility where Donik served. He apparently served as a mentor for younger Hirogen hunters. When the facility was raided by member of Iden's Rebellion, he took a younger hunter (see below) and attempted to track the holograms. They were both killed soon after, however, along with forty-one other Hirogen. (VOY: "Flesh and Blood")

The Hirogen hunter was played by Todd Jeffries.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Harkan.

Hirogen Hunter 3 (2377)Edit

Younger Hirogen

A Hirogen at a training facility

This young hunter accompanied an elder hunter (see above) in tracking renegade holograms which had infiltrated their facility. Both were killed by Weiss and other holograms when they were ambushed. (VOY: "Flesh and Blood")

The Hirogen hunter was played by Chad Halyard.

Hirogen Hunter 4 (2377)Edit

Hirogen Simulation

A Hirogen in memory files experienced by The Doctor

This Hirogen hunter ruthlessly hunted holograms at one of the Hirogen training facilities. One of the holograms he hunted later became part of Iden's Rebellion and their memory files of being hunted by this Hirogen where transferred by Iden and Kejal to The Doctor's program to show him how they had suffered at the hands of the Hirogen. (VOY: "Flesh and Blood")

This Hirogen hunter was played by Don McMillan.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Konuric.

Hirogen Alpha Medic (2374)Edit

Hirogen Medic

A Hirogen medic

The Alpha Hirogen Medic assisted The Doctor in treating the crew of Voyager, who were being used as prey in holoprograms used by the Hirogen. He was more interested in implanting the neural interfaces that kept the crew from knowing who they were, in order to keep them under control, than healing the wounded. The Doctor admonished him for his poor work in treating the injuries of the crew, stating that one crewmember he treated returned with internal bleeding. (VOY: "The Killing Game", "The Killing Game, Part II")

The Hirogen medic was played by Mark Metcalf.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Jorik.

Hirogen Beta SS Medic (2374)Edit

Hirogen Beta SS medic

A Beta Hirogen medic

This Beta Hirogen Medic was the subordinate of his Alpha medic, and actively participated in the World War II simulation on the holodeck of USS Voyager, charged with collecting both the wounded Hirogen and Voyager crew. For the simulation the medic was decked in an SS uniform, carrying the rank of Oberscharführer. As the simulation got out of hand, spilling over outside the holodeck, fighting intensified, and the medic sustained minor injuries. While he received treatment in sickbay, the medic was ordered by his Alpha to concentrate his efforts on the Hirogen only, and to leave Voyager crew where they fell. (VOY: "The Killing Game, Part II")

This Hirogen was played by an unknown actor.

Tsunkatse fighter Edit

Hirogen fighter

The Hirogen fighter

The Hirogen fighter was a combatant in the deadly sport called Tsunkatse. He and his son were captured by Penk in 2357 during his son's first hunt; however, his son was deemed "too small" for the ring and released.

In 2376, Seven of Nine was forced to take part in the game and the Hirogen fighter became her mentor, showing her how to fight and defend herself. When she was entered in a red match, she learned that the Hirogen was her opponent. He explained that he trained her so she could kill him and give him an honorable death. The Voyager discovered the location of the match and rescued Seven along with the Hirogen and arranged a Hirogen ship to pick up the hunter. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")

The Hirogen fighter was played by Star Trek recurring guest star J.G. Hertzler and his stunt double Gary Ray Stearns.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Hajur.

Unimatrix Zero Hirogen (2377) Edit

Unimatrix Zero Hirogen

A Hirogen assimilated by the Borg and a member of Unimatrix Zero

The Unimatrix Zero Hirogen was a member of the resistance movement against the Borg Queen in 2377, led by Axum. He was able to visit the virtual world the drone had set up and be free from the hive mind. Along with the rest of the individuals he prepared to fight against the invading Borg drones. (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

This Hirogen was played by an unknown actor.

Young Hirogen (2374)Edit

Young Hirogen

A young Hirogen

This Young Hirogen was a member of a Hirogen hunting party that captured Voyager and hunted the crew in various holodeck programs. After the deaths of Karr and Turanj, the young Hirogen agreed to a cease fire. Although he did not share Karr's interest in pursuing holographic technology as an alternative to the hunt, he ultimately accepted Captain Janeway's offer of a sample of their technology and agreed to release Voyager. (VOY: "The Killing Game", "The Killing Game, Part II")

The young Hirogen was played by Paul Eckstein. Eckstein later played another Hirogen in "Flesh and Blood", which may or may not be the same one (see above).
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Takirac.

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