Romulan Commander
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Romulan Commander (Character)
from "Star Trek" (1966)

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"Star Trek: The Enterprise Incident (#3.2)" (1968)
Romulan Commander: It is unworthy of a Vulcan to resort to subterfuge.
Spock: You're being clever, Commander. That is unworthy of a Romulan.

Romulan Commander: [to Spock] If you'll give me a moment. The soldier will transform herself... into a woman.

Romulan Commander: I neglected to mention. I'll expect you for dinner. We have much to discuss.
Spock: Indeed.
Romulan Commander: Allow me to... to rephrase. Will you join me for dinner?
Spock: I am honored, Commander. Are the guards also invited?

Captain James T. Kirk: What earns Spock your special interest?
Romulan Commander: He is a Vulcan. Our forebears had the same roots and origins. Something you wouldn't understand, Captain. We can appreciate the Vulcans, our distant brothers.

Romulan Commander: We were not aware of Vulcans aboard the Enterprise.
Spock: Starfleet is not in the habit of informing Romulans of its ship's personnel.

Romulan Commander: There's no force that I can use on a Vulcan that will make him speak. That is a fact. But there are Romulan methods completely effective against Humans, and Human weaknesses.
Spock: You would not resort to them, Commander. They would prove ineffective against the Captain.
Romulan Commander: Then they will leave him dead. Or what might be worse than dead.

[the Romulan commander has accused Kirk of espionage]
Captain James T. Kirk: We were not spying, Commander.
Romulan Commander: Your language has always been most difficult for me, Captain. Perhaps you have another word for it.

Romulan Commander: You are a superior being. Why do you not command?
Spock: I do not desire a ship of my own.
Romulan Commander: Or is it that no one has offered you, a Vulcan, that opportunity?
Spock: Such opportunities are extremely rare.
Romulan Commander: For someone with your capabilities and accomplishments, opportunities are made. And will be. I will see to that, if you'll stop looking on the Federation as the whole universe. It is not, you know.
Spock: That thought has occasionally crossed my mind.

Romulan Commander: Romulan women are not like Vulcan females. We're not dedicated to... pure logic, and the sterility of non-emotion. Our people are warriors. Often savage. But we are also many other pleasant things.

Captain James T. Kirk: Commander, you'll forgive me if I put up a fight.
Romulan Commander: Of course. It's expected.

[Spock has deceived the Romulan commander to help steal the Romulans' cloaking device]
Romulan Commander: You must be mad.
Spock: I assure you, I am quite sane.
Romulan Commander: Why would you do this to me? What are you that you could do this?
Spock: First Officer of the Enterprise.
[the Romulan commander realizes that Spock has betrayed her and slaps him]
Spock: [dispassionately] What is your present form of execution?

Spock: It is regrettable that you were made an unwilling passenger. It was not intentional. All the Federation wanted was the cloaking device.
Romulan Commander: The Federation. And what did you want?
Spock: It was my only interest when I boarded your vessel.
Romulan Commander: And that's exactly all you came away with.
Spock: You underestimate yourself, Commander.

Romulan Commander: It was your choice.
Spock: It was the only choice possible. You would not respect any other.

"Star Trek: Balance of Terror (#1.14)" (1966)
[after his ship has been disabled]
Romulan Commander: I regret that we meet in this way. You and I are of a kind. In a different reality, I could have called you friend.

Romulan Commander: We are creatures of duty Captain... I have lived my life by it... Just one more duty to perform.
[engages ship self destruct]

Romulan Commander: [speaking of his opposite number, Captain Kirk] He's a sorcerer, that one! He reads the thoughts in my brain!

The Centurion: Take care, Commander. He has friends, and friends of his kind mean power, and power is danger.
Romulan Commander: Danger and I are old companions.

Romulan Commander: It is time. All debris into disposal tubes.
Decius: Yes, Commander.
Romulan Commander: The body of the Centurion, too.
[Decius moves off]
Romulan Commander: Forgive me, my old friend, but I must use all my experience now to get home.