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The Vohrsoth are the products of a long dead civilization ("the Ancient Ones") that may have existed within the Delta Quadrant. The goal of their creation is not known, but it is known that they developed a desire for the complete domination of the galaxy by constantly improving themselves through adding the DNA of other species into their genetics.

The Vohrsoth originate from a space station known as The Forge located in an area of space which was filled with the debris of starships. The Forge projected a dampening field that drained the energy as well as prevented warp travel of starships. These ships would be tricked into entering this graveyard by launching a probe that would attack traveling starships. If the starship destroyed the probe then the probes destruction would unleash an energy wave that would transport the victor ship into the graveyard.

These ships, that would crippled by the dampening field, would then be incapable of resisting an attack from the Vohrsoth Harvesters who would kill all the crew and 'harvest' the genetic material for use. This genetic material would then be taken back to the Forge where it was mixed into creating perfect Vohrsoth warriors.

Within the graveyard, there was a Borg cube (that was infested by Species 8472), a Malon waste barge, a Etherian sleeper ship, a Klingon Bird-of-Prey, a Hirogen hunting ship, a Terran Empire warship and the starship USS Voyager.

This would have continued until the Vohrsoth leader was confident that his warriors were perfect, after which he would have unleashed his forces to conquer the galaxy. This plan failed due to the intervention of the Hazard Team from the USS Voyager that managed to infiltrate the Forge and destroy it along with the Vohrsoth leader.

Before its death, the Vohrsoth leader attempted to launch a 'seed' that would have turned into a new Forge to continue its work, but it was thwarted by a group of Etherians before Ensign Alexander Munro of the Hazard Team defeated him. The Vohrsoth claimed that they would return from this defeat. The station was then destroyed by Voyager. (VOY video game: Elite Force)

Subspecies

The Vohrsoth are masters of genetics and have managed to develop several different sub-species which contain the best qualities of other races. This resulted in different sub-species of this race:

  • Vohrsoth Leader - a massive creature and the guiding intelligence of the Vohrsoth race that strives to conquer the galaxy by the incorporation of the strongest races genetics into a warrior species. The creature possesses powerful telepathy which it uses to control its army as well as probe the mind of its enemies.
  • Vohrsoth Telepaths - perhaps a more recent extension of the warrior, one that is both taller and perhaps possesses qualities from telepathic species. They are capable of unleashing powerful telepathic assaults against their enemies and carry no other weapons. These beings were also known as 'Avatars'.
  • Vohrsoth Warriors - a more humanoid shaped insectoid warrior that is the culmination of the strongest 'warrior' species, the Vohrsoth warrior possess strong legs allowing them to leap great distances. They also carry an arm mounted energy weapon. These beings were also known as 'Reavers'.
  • Vohrsoth Harvesters - the smallest of the species, the Harvesters embrace a more insectoid physiology and are almost animalistic yet are guided with the purpose of gathering the genetic material of the strongest races by brutally killing them. The work by swarming their enemies and use their claws as weapons.

Note

  • A similar plotline is present in the comic Elite Force except the race is called the Tarlus.
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The Vohrsoth are the products of a long dead civilisation that may have existed within the Delta Quadrant. The goal of their creation is not known but it is known that they developed a desire for the complete domination of the galaxy by constantly improving themselves by adding the DNA of other species into their genetics.

The Vohrsoth originate from a space station known as "The Forge" located in a pocket dimension which was filled with the debris of starships. The Forge projected a dampening field that drained the energy as well as prevented warp travel of starships. These ships would be tricked into entering this graveyard by launching a probe that would attack travelling starships. If the starship destroyed the probe then the probes destruction would unleash an energy wave that would transport the victor ship into the graveyard.

These ships, that would crippled by the dampening field, would then be incapable of resisting an attack from the Vohrsoth Harvesters who would kill all the crew and 'harvest' the genetic material for use. This genetic material would then be taken back to the Forge where it was mixed into creating perfect Vohrsoth warriors.

Within the graveyard, there was a Borg Cube (that was infested by Species 8472), a Malon waste barge, a Etherian sleeper ship, a Klingon Bird-of-Prey, a Hirogen hunting ship, a Terran Empire warship and the starship USS Voyager.

This would have continued until the Vohrsoth leader was confident that his warriors were perfect, after which he would have unleashed his forces to conquer the galaxy. This plan failed due to the intervention of the Hazard Team from the USS Voyager that managed to infiltrate the Forge and destroy it along with the Vohrsoth leader.

However, before its death, the Vohrsoth leader managed to launch a 'seed' that would have turned into a new Forge to continue its work.

Species

The Vohrsoth are masters of genetics and have managed to develop several different sub-species which contain the best qualities of other races. This resulted in different sub-species of this race:

  • Vohrsoth Leader - a massive creature and the guiding intelligence of the Vorsoth race that strives to conquer the galaxy by the incorporation of the strongest races genetics into a warrior species. The creature possesses powerful telepathy which it uses to control its army as well as probe the mind of its enemies.
  • Vohrsoth Telepaths - perhaps a more recent extension of the warrior, one that is both taller and perhaps possesses qualities from telepathic species. They are capable of unleashing powerful telepathic assaults against their enemies and carry no other weapons.
  • Vohrsoth Warriors - a more humanoid shaped insectoid warrior that is the culmination of the strongest 'warrior' species, the Vorsoth warrior possess strong legs allowing them to leap great distances. They also carry an arm mounted energy weapon.
  • Vohrsoth Harvesters - the smallest of the species, the Harvesters embrace a more insectoid physiology and are almost animalistic yet are guided with the purpose of gathering the genetic material of the strongest races by brutally killing them. The work by swarming their enemies and use their claws as weapons.
In the Star Trek: Voyager comic "Elite Force", the Vohrsoth were known as the Tarlus.

(VOY game: "Elite Force", VOY comic: "Elite Force")

Adapted from the Non-Canon Star Trek Wiki.

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