Stereotypes[edit | edit source]
The following are examples of commonly-held stereotypes of Humans toward other races:
- Vulcans: “They kept us from achieving our full potential as a species for nearly a hundred years, but their galactic knowledge is as unsurpassed as it is invaluable. Most of them could just use a good laugh.”
- Andorians: “Brilliant tacticians, and boy, do they know it. Just as stubborn as Vulcans, but in a hot-headed, everyone-is-out-to-get-me kind of way.”
- Tellarites: “Man, do they have a skewed take on diplomacy. They have no respect for you unless you treat them like the pig-headed oafs that they are, pun intended. What's up with that?”
- Denobulans: “Affable as aliens go, if a bit too... friendly at times.”
- Klingons: “Like Andorians, without the manners. If your sensors pick up a Klingon ship, set a course in the opposite heading.”
- Romulans: “We fought a damn war with them, and didn't once see their faces. How can I feel anything but hatred toward an enemy that I can't even look in the eye?"
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