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Old May 31 2013, 04:08 PM   #46
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Re: Romulan origin question

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Is there a quote that mentions the writers/producers intended the Romulan Empire to be limited to two planets? Hard to be a Star Empire if you only have one star.
Kirk's line about the Neutral Zone supposed to separate their worlds from the rest of the Galaxy, I'd say.
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Re: Romulan origin question

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Nothing in "All Our Yesterdays" establishes the tech level of these barbarians, though. Perhaps in 3000 BC, they are meat-eating, brother-slaying barbarians with antimatter projectors?
Sure. Why not? It almost sounds like the Vulcans back then simply acted like...well...Klingons do in the present.
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