The following is a list of unnamed Hanonians.

Medicine man Edit

Hanon IV medicine man

A medicine man

The medicine man was the leader of the tribe that the crew of Voyager encountered on Hanon IV. After capturing Kes and Neelix, he tried to give Chakotay a native woman in exchange for Kes. After a volcanic eruption, Chakotay saved one of his tribe, and he and the medicine man's relations improved, despite initially having been violent. The medicine man healed Ensign Wildman's newborn, who was suffering from lung congestion, by using native roots and plants. (VOY: "Basics, Part II")

The medicine man was portrayed by John K. Shull.

Native 1 Edit

Hanon IV native 1

A Hanon IV native

This native was in the party that captured Kes and Neelix. He was amazed at Kes' appearance because of her blond hair. He touched her hair and wanted to keep her for himself. Neelix told him not to touch her. Another native also wanted Kes, and the two began fighting for her. When Chakotay appeared on the scene, the native wanted to harm him, but the leader of the tribe, the medicine man, stopped him. When Chakotay attempted to leave with Kes and Neelix, the native led the pursuit after them, but was shot with an arrow by other USS Voyager crewmen hiding behind the rocks. (VOY: "Basics, Part II")

This native was portrayed by Michael Bailey Smith.

Native 2 Edit

Hanon IV native 2

A Hanon IV native

This native was a member of the tribe that captured Kes and Neelix. He fought with another tribe member because they both wanted Kes. They had never seen a fair-skinned and blonde-haired humanoid before. (VOY: "Basics, Part II")

This native was portrayed by David Cowgill.

Natives Edit

These natives were part of the tribe led by the medicine man which captured Kes and Neelix after two of them first sighted the Voyager crew previously. Like the crew of Voyager, they later tried to find shelter from the volcanic eruptions and helped the crewmembers from Voyager after Commander Chakotay saved the life of one female native. (VOY: "Basics, Part I", "Basics, Part II")

The natives were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
Several costumes worn by these actors were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay including the one worn by Lorin McCraley [1] and two lots. [2] [3]
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