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: In the dark times, we were enslaved by men of flesh. But then another man... a man of light, arose, and slew the mighty Alpha. He gathered his people unto him and delivered them to freedom. The Doctor
: And on the seventh day, Iden created Ha'Dara.
: Darkness will become light.
: Being appreciated is one thing. But I have no interest in being... worshiped. Iden
: Prophets are chosen, Doctor. It's a blessing, and a burden.
: The Doctor tells me you're an accomplished engineer. B'Elanna Torres
: He speaks highly of you, too. He seems to be easily impressed.
: Reviewing your memory files? The Doctor
: I beg your pardon? Iden
: You were lost in thought.
[Iden is about to shoot a Hirogen lying on the ground
: Defenseless prey makes a poor trophy. Iden
: I don't collect trophies.
: You still believe all organics are like the Hirogen. Iden
: One way or another, they are; you just can't see it, because you've lived among them for so long. The Doctor
: What you can't see is that you've become no better than the hunters. Lieutenant Torres and I will take that escape pod now. Iden
: You don't realize what you'd be giving up, Doctor. The Doctor
: Yes, I do.
[the Doctor holds Iden at gunpoint
: Remember what you once said to me? You're not programed with killer instinct. The Doctor
: Hm - seems like a long time ago, doesn't it? Put down your weapon. Iden
: Would you really kill one of your own to save an organic? The Doctor
: If you've taught me anything, it's that I'm *not* one of your own.
: One minute you're fighting the Hirogen, the next you're praying for them? Iden
: My spiritual beliefs are part of my programing. The Doctor
: Is there anything in your spiritual programing about making peace with your enemies? Iden
: It's difficult to make peace with people whose sole purpose is to kill you.
: I need to get back to Voyager. Iden
: They're not your people. We are. The Doctor
: I'm not like you. I wasn't programed with killer instinct. Iden
: You have no right to judge us. You don't know what it's like being prey. Maybe if you did... you'd realize we're more alike than you think.
: The Hirogen used your program as a template to create us. Iden
: Your ability to rise above your programing has been an inspiration. You're part of who we are. The Doctor
: And what are you? Besides a handful of thugs roaming the quadrant looking for a fight!
[last lines of Part 1
[during a battle with the holograms, the Doctor has himself transported to the holograms' vessel
: Why are you doing this? The Doctor
: Because... I'm one of you.