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Ramuran

ramuranHomeworld: Ramura
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: None known
Federation Status: Neutral
First Encountered: by Voyager, VOY: “Unforgettable”
Known members: Kellin, Curneth, Reskat

Ramurans release a unique pheromone that prevents other species from remembering encounters with them for more than a few hours. Their ships and personnel have cloaking devices and they use computer viruses to wipe any records of their existence from alien computers.

Reman

remanHomeworld: Remus
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoids
Environmental requirements: Dark, M class
Telepathic abilities: at least partially telepathic
Federation Status: Enemies
Affiliation: Romulan Star Empire, Romulan Republic
First Encountered: by the Enterprise E, (Nemesis).
Known members: Viceroy

The Remans have been the slave labor caste of the Romulan people since at least the 22nd century and have been forced to work in the extremely hazardous dilithium mines of their world.

Ressikan

ressikanHomeworld: Kataan
Warp capable: No
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: Unknown
Federation Status: Destroyed before the Federation was founded
First Encountered: by Captain Picard, TNG: “The Inner Light”
Known members: Kamin

The Ressikans were a species from a long destroyed planet, whose sun went super nova in the 14th century. During the final years of their existence, the people of the Ressik community, launched a probe containing a memory record of their civilization and a musical instrument, the Ressikan flute in the hopes that knowledge of their civilization would not be lost.

This probe later encountered Jean-Luc Picard and transferred its memory record to him. All the memories of a man named Kamin were planted in his memory through the probe. Picard experienced the lifetime of Kamin’s memories as if he was living them himself. During this lifetime he learned to play the Ressikan flute.

Listen to Flute music:

Risian

risianHomeworld: Risa
Warp capable: Yes
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: None
Federation Status: Neutral
First Encountered: TNG: Captain’s Holiday,
Distinctive Features: small mark on their forehead
Known members: Arandis, Joval

 

The Risians are a humanoid species from the planet Risa, known for being a popular tourist destination in the Alpha Quadrant.

The mysterious sexual practice of jamaharon was considered extremely pleasant wanting it was indicated with a statue called Horga’hn, which became a symbol of the culture on the planet.

Romulan

romulanHomeworld: Romulus
Life Span: 200 years
Warp capable: Yes, 320 AD
Classification: Humanoid
Environmental requirements: M class
Telepathic abilities: None known
Federation Status: Allied
Affiliation: Romulan Star Empire
First Encountered: TOS: “Balance of Terror”
Blood Coloration: Green
Distinctive Features: Pointed ears, cranial ridges
Known members: to many to name
The Romulan and Vulcan species are closely related, and are only distinguished by facial ridges that are more common in Romulans. Romulans are surprisingly different from their distant cousins both in physiology and in behavioral customs. Romulan technology includes the “cloaking device” allowing them stealth and making them formidable opponents.

After the Treaty of Algeron went into effect, the Romulans retreated into political and social isolation from the Federation.

By the 23rd century, the highest position of power was held by the Praetor, who presided over the Romulan Senate.
By the 24th century, the government of Romulus was dependent upon the Tal Shiar, the Romulan secret police, to maintain order and stability among both civilians and the military. The Tal Shiar was known for its brutal tactics, which included routine kidnapping, torture, and assassination.