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An emotion is an autonomic impulse which induces positive or negative mental states. Most sentient species experience emotions, different species attribute different values to different emotions.

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The Vulcans suppress all emotion, judging them illogical. However the Vulcans of the lost colony of the Last-of-all-Cities left Vulcan before this practice began and remained a passionate emotional people. This eventually led to the destruction of the colony and following these events the young Spock performed a purging ceremony on himself, fully suppressing what emotions he did have to focus himself on being a pure Vulcan, a being of logic and intellect. (EV comic: "Cloak and Dagger")

The chameleon rose is a plant that changes color with the emotional "mood" state of its holder. (TNG episode: "Haven")

Some harmonic diamonds emit a low-level energy wave, stimulating areas of the brain associated with primitive emotions. (TNG comic: "Captain's Pleasure")

Emotions[]

Love[]

Love is a range of emotional expressions associated with pleasure, attraction and satisfaction. (TOS episode & novelization: By Any Other Name)

In the year 2266, when Montgomery Scott said goodbye to Lok, he told her to "go in peace and love." (TOS comic: "The Cosmic Cavemen")

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