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The Hirogen warship also known as a Hirogen hunting vessel or simply a Hirogen Hunter. It was a ship most commonly used by Hirogen hunters in the 2370s.

HistoryEdit

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. The USS Voyager first encountered these ships in 2374 after they used the Hirogen relay station to transmit the Doctor to the Alpha Quadrant. (VOY episode: "Message in a Bottle")

Voyager was then attacked by several ships after when they found a message from Starfleet embedded in one of the Hirogen relay stations. (VOY episode: "Hunters")

On stardate 51652.3 (August 27, 2374), Voyager encountered a Hirogen warship. It's crew of two had been decimated by a member of Species 8472. The ship had been active in that region for five years. During that time, the warship had visited 90 star systems. (VOY episode: "Prey")

In 2376, a Hirogen warship attacked the Malon supertanker Apsac. The Hirogen Alpha boarded the Apsac and killed the crew, but was later killed himself by Taran'atar. (DS9 - Gateways novel: Demons of Air and Darkness)

DesignEdit

This ship was equipped with powerful weapons and is heavily armored with monotanium armor plating, preventing Starfleet phasers doing nothing but little damage to their ship's armor. A small group was able to take control of the Federation Intrepid-class starship Voyager with a group of these ships. (VOY episode: "The Killing Game")

These ships, even with their large size, could be manned by only few hunters, two at most, and are more of traveling displays of the Hirogen's hunting trophies. Their ships were also equipped with dicyclic warp signatures. (VOY episode: "Hunters")

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