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Haakonian

haakonianHomeworld: Unknown, Delta quadrant. Some living on Talaxian moon, Rinax
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: None known
Federation Status: Neutral
First Encountered: by Voyager “Jetrel”
Known members: Ma’Bor Jetrel

 

A humanoid race who conquered Talax some 15 years ago, after a war of nearly 10 years.

Halanan

halananHomeworld: Halana/New Halana
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities:Psychoprojective telepathy
Federation Status: Allied possibly a member
First Encountered: DS9: Second Sight
Distinctive Features: Elongated and curved ears and a very slight ridge on the nose
Known members: Nidell

Psychoprojective telepathic humanoids who are capable of creating images up to two cubic meters in size which are solid but read as pure energy, like holograms.

The original Halanan homeworld was destroyed when a large asteroidal moon crashed into the crust and triggered massive seismic disruptions. Sometime in the 24th century, the species moved to New Halana that was terraformed by Gideon Seyetik.

Haliian

haliianHomeworld: Halii
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: Yes but limited to person to person empathy.
Federation Status: Member
First Encountered: TNG episode: “Aquiel”
Distinctive Features: Foreheads have a slight bulge above each eyebrow.
Known members: Aquiel Uhnari
The Haliians are a telepathic species, although they are limited to person to person empathy. A special crystal called a canar, when held by an Haliian, has the potential to greatly increase their telepathic abilities and allow them to “bond” with others and share their thoughts.

Hirogen

hirogenHomeworld: Unknown, Delta Quadrant, space-faring nomadic
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Reptilian humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: None
Federation Status: Neutral
First Encountered: in the Delta Quadrant by the USS Voyager (VOY: Message in a Bottle
Blood Coloration: red
Distinctive Features: skin resembled that of a reptile with a rough pebble-like appearance to it
Known members: Donik, Idrin, Karr, Turanj

 

The Hirogen were a nomadic species of hunters who were encountered by the USS Voyager in the Delta Quadrant. They viewed other lifeforms as prey and treated them as such, showing little evidence of morality.

Hirogen society centered around “the hunt”, which they regarded with a reverence that bordered on spiritual awe. Elements of their culture, such as social rituals and beliefs, were based on the hunt.

Hirogen culture required a hunter to study his prey to understand its abilities, believing that such study was essential to prevent a hunter from becoming the hunted. Choosing the most appropriate weapon to make the kill was considered important. There was great importance placed upon the moment of the kill and it was believed that the way a creature behaves when it was wounded was the key to its destruction.

After the Hirogen caught their prey, they removed the skeletal system, muscles, internal organs, ligaments and tendons by a surgical procedure known as an osteotomy. These items were kept as relics of the hunt.

In 2374, Kathryn Janeway gave them a holo-program’s optronic datacore so they could safely continue their hunt tradition. Unfortunately, the Hirogen misused that technology and programmed their prey to be overly cunning and adaptive in order to make their hunts more “challenging”. As a result those holograms gained self-awareness and a desire for liberation.

Hunters

hunterHomeworld: Unknown, Gamma Quadrant
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Reptilian Humanoid
Telepathic abilities: None
Federation Status: Neutral
First Encountered: DS9: Captive Pursuit
Distinctive Features: yellow skin, a cleft upper palate, and corrugated foreheads
The Hunters are a humanoid race who live to pursue the Tosk in an endless life-and-death hunt. The Hunters breed and raise Tosk as a noble creature with but one purpose in life: to be hunted for sport.

In 2369, a group of Hunters arrived in the Alpha Quadrant via the Bajoran wormhole in pursuit of a Tosk. In 2369, a group of Hunters arrived in the Alpha Quadrant via the Bajoran wormhole in pursuit of a Tosk. They decreed that the Bajoran wormhole would be off-limits for future hunts, but the Tosk they were hunting escaped with the aid of Miles O’Brien to continue the hunt.