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In order to prevent the Doctor's program from being decompiled by the Lokirrim, Seven of Nine hides him within her own implants. The Doctor's dominant personality soon comes to the fore in Seven's organic form, however.

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Characters[]

AyalaChakotayThe DoctorKathryn JanewayJarynHarry KimNeelixTom ParisRanekSeven of NineT'Pel (hologram)B'Elanna TorresTuvok
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EmmikLohden

Starships[]

USS Voyager (Intrepid-class) • Delta Flyer IILokirrim patrol shipLokirrim warship

Races and cultures[]

BorgHologramHumanKlingonLokirrimTalaxianVulcan
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Maldorian

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