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  StarTrek.nl - Welcome to the future - Hirogen
The Hirogen are an extremely aggressive race from the Delta Quadrant.
The Hirogen are easily identified by their body armor, it allows them to survive in the most hostile enviroments.
They were encountered by the crew of the USS Voyager in 2374, when the ship accessed a Hirogen controlled communications array in order to transmit its EMH to the Beta quadrant.
www.startrek.nl /sbs.php?i=1153   (255 words)

  
  Hirogen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Hirogen are a fictional race in the Star Trek universe.
Resident to the Delta Quadrant, the Hirogen are roughly technologically equal to Starfleet, though they have only a primitive social structure.
Hirogen are typically much taller than a human, perhaps seven to eight feet in size.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hirogen   (405 words)

  
 Hirogen
The Hirogen were upset over the unauthorized use of a communications relay that they didn't build but claim as their property.
After the Hirogen catch their prey, they remove the skeletal system, muscles, internal organs, ligaments and tendons are removed by some sort of surgical procedure.
Hirogen culture requires a hunter to study his prey to understand it's abilities, believing that such a study is essential to prevent a hunter from becoming the hunted.
www.angelfire.com /trek/googlemay/Hirogen.htm   (497 words)

  
 Hirogen Weapons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
As accomplished hunters, the Hirogen are familiar with a wide variety of weapons; the interiors of their vessels often feature wall-mounted displays of bladed weapons, such as knives, swords, and halberds, which are displayed alongside the bones of their prey.
Hirogen rifles area a little over one meter in length, and appear to be fabricated from monotanium, a silver-gray alloy from which Hirogen space vessels and armored uniforms are made.
The Hirogen's hunter-killer mentality means that once they have cornered their prey they will often discard their rifles and kill their victim with a knife or by hand.
www.homestead.com /federation_archives/files/HiroWeapons.html   (331 words)

  
 Hirogen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Hirogen are nomadic spacefarers who no longer have a home planet, instead they live aboard their ships patrolling vast areas in search of life forms to hunt and kill.
Hirogen are driven by the urge to hunt.
Relics of the hunt are highly treasured by the Hirogen and ships are filled with many prized artifacts of their victories, often torn from the bodies of the prey while they are still alive.
alltrek.torlanth.com /hirogen.shtml   (362 words)

  
 Hirogen
The Hirogen are a nomadic space faring race whose soul purpose in life is to hunt.
Hirogens are a humanoid race that stand about 2.5 meters in height and weigh roughly 220 to 260 pounds.
Now the Hirogen are a nomadic race traveling through the stars expanding their hunting territories in hopes of finding new prey.
galileo.spaceports.com /~william/startrek/hirogen/Hirogen.htm   (299 words)

  
 Hirogen - Memory Alpha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Hirogen are a nomadic race of hunters who were encountered by the USS Voyager in the Delta Quadrant.
However, by the 24th century, the Hirogen no longer identified with a homeworld; their nomadic existence was driven by the pursuit of prey.
In 2362, a Hirogen hunter was captured on his son's first hunt and forced to participate in the Tsunkatse matches.
www.memory-alpha.org /en/index.php/Hirogen   (1795 words)

  
 Hirogen Vessels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The vessels operated by the Hirogen are very important to them as they are intrinsic not only to their way of life but to their very survival.
One Hirogen vessel is known to have spanned a radius of 1,000 light years in just five years; it had also visited as many as 90 star systems in a single year.
Hirogen vessels are also able to mask their engines by operating in stealth mode when they wish to track a vessel without alerting it to their presence.
www.homestead.com /federation_archives/files/HiroVessel.html   (806 words)

  
 Hirogen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Hirogen are an extremely aggressive race from the Delta Quadrant.
The Hirogen are easily identified by their body armor, it allows them to survive in the most hostile enviroments.
They were encountered by the crew of the USS Voyager in 2374, when the ship accessed a Hirogen controlled communications array in order to transmit its EMH to the Beta quadrant.
www.ucip.org /map/RacePlanet/Hirogen.html   (239 words)

  
 The Hirogen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
They don't see other humanoids as being equals.The Hirogen live like predatory animals, looking for a good hunt, and are disappointed when the species they chose to hunt prove to be unchallenging.
Bones and muscle tissue of their prey are broken down by an enzyme of some sort, suggesting that the Hirogen use some of their victims as food.The Hirogen existence is driven by the pursuit of prey, which has taken them great distances.
Voyager gave the Hirogen the Holodeck technology so that in the future, they would not "prey" on innocent ships and their crew.
www.starbaseavalon.com /hirogen.html   (548 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Hirogen, "I put little faith in these humanoids, and even less faith in Hirogen who take interest in their scientific principles.
Unbeknownst to the Hirogen, three marine crewmen, wearing the stealth suits similar to those of the Cheiron's crew, have made their way around behind the Hirogen and are listening to the entire conversation.
The three soldiers, wearing the environment suits similar to those of the Cheiron's crew, turn off their comm units and lower their vis 631 ors and use the visor technology to communicate with each other visually, now that each is in 'stealthed' mode.
www.sfi.org /portal/fiction/chiron/56130p1444a.html   (760 words)

  
 List of Hirogen - Memory Alpha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
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.
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.
This Young Hirogen was a member of a Hirogen hunting party that capture the USS Voyager and hunted the crew in various holodeck programs.
www.memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/List_of_Hirogen   (849 words)

  
 Chicago Writers - Star Trek Voyager Hirogen Rant
The Hirogen and the Nazis had one thing in common: neither had a problem with torturing and killing sentient life forms; nowhere in this episode could I find an indication that the Hirogen thought there was something wrong with murder.
The Hirogen are characterized in the episode as "needing" to hunt prey; hunting is part of their "culture." Yet the Hirogen are also shown to be a sentient species, so presumably they have free will.
And when the Alpha Hirogen has his epiphany and figures out they will need to change in order to survive, he still lacks a sense of right and wrong; the future he wants to create for his people is as lacking in morals as their past.
www.chicagowriters.com /startrek/hirogen.html   (938 words)

  
 Decipher.com - Star Trek CCG - Holodeck Adventures
Hirogen holograms are just as able as flesh and blood Hirogen to use these cards to capture stunned personnel, place killed personnel in the point area, use Hirogen Talon, etc.
Hunting with holograms should not be attempted without flesh and blood Hirogen until you can be sure no intruders will pop up on your ships, but a light crew of "meat" personnel can easily supplement a larger holographic crew.
With Holodeck Adventures, Hirogen have considerably expanded their power in the universe, both as far as hunting strategies go, and in their mission solving capabilities.
www.decipher.com /startrek/expansions/holodeckadventures/huntingwithholos.html   (946 words)

  
 STAR TREK VOYAGER ENCYCLOPEDIA
Body armor - The Doctor is trying to remove the Hirogen's body armor when he regains consciousness; according to the Hirogen, his body armor can defeat most hostile environments.
Force field - A level 5 force field is erected around the Hirogen in Sickbay; Seven erects a level 10 force field around Engineering to try to prevent Species 8472 from entering; when Voyager loses main power, the force fields on the ship go down and they must use auxilary power to restore them.
USS Voyager - When Voyager is attacked by the Hirogen ships, the ship sustains a direct hit to the EPS manifold which causes main power to go down; the Hirogen also disable both of Voyager's nacelles so that the ship is unable to go to warp.
www.geocities.com /sag55/prey.html   (450 words)

  
 Spoilers: Voyager - 'Tsunkatse'
Viewers may notice he's a Hirogen, member of the formidable species that lives for the hunt.
The Hirogen explains that an aggressive approach is necessary, giving her a sucker punch to make his point.
The Hirogen is winning, and regretting he wasted his time on this lackluster trainee.
www.space.com /sciencefiction/tv/voyager_615_spoilers_000210.html   (949 words)

  
 USS Galaxy Sim Log Stardate: 50203.3
The Hirogen weren't stupid though, The second one of the bridge monitors noticed the replication of bolts for a crossbow, they sent a guard to kill the human who had killed 3 of their pups with this archaic weapon.
The Hirogen attempted to get to his feet, but he was set upon by sixteen souls, punching and kicking and clawing, each of them fueled by a hatred and fury so great that it easily made up for their lack of size or weapons.
The Hirogen was bigger and stronger and she was, but as a child she had learned to fight adults.
www.aesim.com /5020303.htm   (22615 words)

  
 STARTREK.COM : Article
An ancient galaxy-spanning sensor network taken over by the Hirogen, later disabled, was used by the U.S.S. Voyager to communicate briefly with the Alpha Quadrant and brought the groups into conflict.
Unfortunately, the Hirogen misused that technology and programmed their prey to be overly cunning and adaptive — in order to make their hunts more "challenging" — and essentially gave those holograms self-awareness and a desire for liberation.
Three years after receiving the holographic technology, disaster ensued at several Hirogen training facilities where the prey killed their hunters and escaped to free others of their kind and find a home to call their own.
www.startrek.com /startrek/view/library/aliens/article/101982.html   (265 words)

  
 Seven of Nine Needs to Learn Forgiveness - Newsgroup Post
She had been held captive by the Hirogen and almost turned into a "trophy." Plus several Hirogen ships had attacked Voyager, trying to destroy it.
Maybe, what 7/9 needed was to learn to forgive the Hirogen for what they tried to do to her.
It was only after helping the Hirogen that the crew found out that "hunting" other sentient life forms was an essential part of the Hirogen culture.
www.dtl.org /salvation/posts/forgiveness.htm   (1221 words)

  
 Star Trek Lives - Life-Forms - Hirogen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Hirogen social structure is organized around packs of hunters, each led by a Hirogen designated as alpha.
Hirogen culture requires a hunter to study his prey to understand his abilities, believing that such study is essential to prevent a hunter from becoming the hunted.
Some 100,000 years ago, they built a far-flung communications network throughout the Delta Quadrant that continued to operate into the 24th century.
www.startreklives.de /cultures/hirogen.htm   (156 words)

  
 STARTREK.COM : Detail
Even though World War II is being waged throughout the ship, the Hirogen leader is unwilling to destroy the holodeck technology.
When Janeway is brought to the Hirogen leader, he explains to her his desire for the holodecks.
A truce is negotiated with the remaining Hirogen, and they leave with their own holodeck technology.
www.startrek.com /startrek/view/library/episodes/VOY/detail/100925.html   (469 words)

  
 The Coffee Nebula Board Archive: Voyager - Prey
Janeway: Correct: Wants to investigate the Hirogen ship and the injured pilot using her usual line that it is an opportunity to learn and make peace.
Tuvok admitted they had no info on Hirogen weaknesses, B'Elanna reported she couldn't create a singularity in less than 2 hours and the ship is falling apart.
The fact that the Hirogen are chasing this lone member of Species 8472 is partially the Borg's fault, and partially Kate's fault.
archive.coffeenebula.com /voyager/416_prey.php   (10104 words)

  
 PADD =/\= Hirogen Hunters
The Hirogen are a race of nomadic hunters who travel through the Delta Quadrant and communicate through an immense network of relay stations that extends to within communications range of the Alpha Quadrant.
The relay network is at least 100,000 years old; each module uses a quantum singularity as a power source and produces an intense gravitational field.
Ketrics are a Hirogen unit of measurement used for interplanetary distances.
www.trekguide.com /padd/hirogen.htm   (69 words)

  
 CULT TIMES #71 (August 2001) Voyager's milestones
The Hirogen episodes were a rather obvious allegory for bloodsports, but this provided the basis for some quite traditional Star Trek adventures, rather in the mould of the original series, which would tackle contemporary issues within a Science Fiction framework.
The Hirogen looked impressive too, standing well over eight feet tall with their heavy battle armour, although they would later seem to shrink a little to enable them to pose as Nazi officers in
It’s always fun to see the characters away from their usual surroundings, and it was great entertainment to see them playing the roles of the French resistance in the World War 2 simulation.
www.visimag.com /culttimes/cx71_feature.htm   (797 words)

  
 Hirogen
3 They were encountered by the crew of the USS Voyager in 2374, when the ship accessed a Hirogen controlled communications array in order to transmit its EMH to the Beta quadrant.
5 Eventually the Voyager crew were able to force a stalemate with the Hirogen, and a ceasefire was agreed.
The Hirogen agreed to leave the ship in return for Holodeck technology; they hope to use this in order to allow themselves to continue the traditions of the hunt without spreading themselves unduly across the quadrant, so reversing their recent decline.
www.ditl.org /datspecies.php?65   (313 words)

  
 Killing Game, Parts 1 and 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
To insure realism, the Hirogen have given their "prey" neural implants and hooked them up to the holodeck computers to make them believe they are whomever the Hirogen wish them to be.
Come to think of it...the Hirogen are supposedly spread throughout the far reaches of space as was alluded to by the leader in his reasoning to Janeway.
The Alfa Hirogen while discussing the next hunt to his Beta says that he has discovered their next prey, he they turns the monitor around to show the Borg and he goes on to describe Wolf359...
www.nitcentral.com /voyager4/killingg.htm   (21943 words)

  
 Hirogen Hunter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Notes: The Hirogen hunter vessel is the most common ship used by the Hirogen.
The Hirogen use these vessels to hunt their prey across their expansive territory, though are not used as traditional warships.
Even with their large size the ships can be manned by only few hunters and are more of traveling displays of the Hirogen's hunt trophies.
www.st-intelligence.com /ship_database/fed/hir.php   (88 words)

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