As far as I know Goran'Agar (from the episode 'Hippocratic Oath') is the only Jem Hadar without the addiction of ketracel white. In the end of the episode he disappears into the forest.

Are there any novel or sources that mention what happened after that? Or are there any other stories about Jem Hadar without addiction?

  • At the end of DS9 are there even any Jem'Hadar left in the Alpha Quadrant?
    – user1027
    Commented Apr 6, 2011 at 0:28
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    Wow, there was a Jem'Hadar with that name. How did I not notice that.. Commented Apr 6, 2011 at 20:15
  • which episode was that?
    – Xantec
    Commented Apr 6, 2011 at 21:31
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    @Xantec I guess the episode name was "Hippocratic Oath". Yes It was here's the link. memory-alpha.org/wiki/Hippocratic_Oath_(episode)
    – Sinan
    Commented Apr 6, 2011 at 22:18

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There is an article about Goran'Agar on Memory Beta, which sheds some light on his fate.

According to the Avatar novel series (Book Two), the Vorta did a search for other such "deviants". The search took weeks, and turned up a total of four Jem'Hadar capable of surviving without ketracel white, including Taran'Atar.


He never again appeared on a Star Trek show (as of the end of Enterprise), nor have there been any movies featuring Jem Hadar.

Thus, in canon, he's not been heard from again.

The 'extended universe' of Star Trek, unlike Star Wars, is non-canon, so if he's been featured in any novels it's still not 'official'.

That said, I've not read any ST novels which feature Goran'Agar or any other 'free' Jem Hadar.


Aha I found one. It is Taran'Atar. He is an honored elder Jem Hadar from the book "Warpath". He is chosen by Odo to familiarize Jem hadar with other Alpha Quadrant species. He is chosen because of his lack of dependency to ketracel white.

  • I stand corrected, then, I guess I haven't read that novel. It's still non-canon, of course.
    – Jeff
    Commented Apr 7, 2011 at 12:18

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