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A new teaser page has gone up on the Star Trek Online website strongly hinting at Romulan-related content coming May.

So, Nerd Alert—I grew up watching a lot of Star Trek. And for the past few months I’ve revisited Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space NineVoyager, and Enterprise on Netflix before my bedtime. So embarrassed as I may be, I can tell you with some authority that the alien text from the website is Romulan. When you mouse over the script it “translates” and reads, “March Beneath the Raptor’s Wings.”

In Star Trek canon, this phrase—which appears in Enterprise season 4, episode 7 “The Forge”— is used to describe those who rejected Surak’s teachings of logic and emotional control, left Vulcan, and formed the Romulan Empire.

The Romulan homeworld was recently added to Star Trek Online in November, but Romulans are not among the game’s playable races. My best guess is that a major Romulan storyline is about to roll out, perhaps their inclusion among the playable races.

Romulans Coming to Star Trek Online May

By | 02/3/2013 09:53 AM PT

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A new teaser page has gone up on the Star Trek Online website strongly hinting at Romulan-related content coming May.

So, Nerd Alert—I grew up watching a lot of Star Trek. And for the past few months I’ve revisited Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space NineVoyager, and Enterprise on Netflix before my bedtime. So embarrassed as I may be, I can tell you with some authority that the alien text from the website is Romulan. When you mouse over the script it “translates” and reads, “March Beneath the Raptor’s Wings.”

In Star Trek canon, this phrase—which appears in Enterprise season 4, episode 7 “The Forge”— is used to describe those who rejected Surak’s teachings of logic and emotional control, left Vulcan, and formed the Romulan Empire.

The Romulan homeworld was recently added to Star Trek Online in November, but Romulans are not among the game’s playable races. My best guess is that a major Romulan storyline is about to roll out, perhaps their inclusion among the playable races.

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