The Romulan Star Empire formed after a group of Vulcans left the Vulcan homeworld and resettled on Romulus in the 3rd century. In the 22nd century the Empire made attempts to destabilize local space eventually leading to the Earth-Romulan War.
At some early point in Andorian history, the race made contact with a Romulan vessel. The Andorian starships, despite being primitive, managed to damage the Romulan vessel, which was carrying the Emperor of the Romulan Star Empire, and took possession of an artifact known as the Devil's Heart. At this period of time, a deadly plague had erupted on Andoria, but the healer Telev, using this.
At some point, they settled on twin planets that became known as Romulus and Remus, thereby laying the foundation of the Romulan Star Empire. History of vulcans and romulans. The Romulans. Romulan history describes the rise of the Romulan people from being a group of Vulcan emigrants to an interstellar empire.
Ardently pro-Dominion, Vreenak was key in negotiating the non-aggression pact between the Romulan Star Empire and the Dominion in late 2373. However, his death caused the Romulans to join the Dominion War on the side of the Federation - Klingon alliance.
A trilogy of books in the so-called Star Trek Novel Verse, building upon the earlier novel Star Trek: Vulcan's Heart and continuing the story of Spock and Saavik into the late 24th century. The trilogy also serves to bridge the gap between portrayals of Romulan-Federation political relations at the end of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and the state of affairs in Star Trek: Nemesis.
The Confederacy of Vulcan was the governing body of the Vulcan civilization in the science fiction franchise Star Trek. It is also one of the founding members of the United Federation of Planets. Vulcan society was once extremely violent, even compared to the war-torn history of Humanity. Millennia ago, the species were driven by their emotions and were prone to paranoia and aggression.
The emblem of the Romulan Star Empire is known as “the Eagle”. It is a symbol of military might and honour, displayed on the bridge of every Romulan warship, yet also symbolizes civilian pride in the Romulan state, and is found at public facilities throughout the Empire. Romulan officers, and sometimes civilians, swear oaths upon the Eagle, and defacing the symbol is a serious offense. The.
Eventually, however, those who opposed logic left Vulcan and founded colonies elsewhere; most notably on the planet Romulus, where they founded what eventually became the Romulan Star Empire. At some point in history, the Romulans and the Vulcans engaged in a 100-year long war against one another.