- A violent history
- An ancient tradition
- An enigmatic people
- Vulcan. Hot, volcanic, unforgiving. Home to one of the pillars of the United Federation of Planets -- the Vulcan people. From the Fire Plains to the provinces of Kir and Raal, join us on a tour of this ancient and fascinating world. Climb into the foothills below Mount Seleya or walk the streets of Vulcana Regar. Buy a Vulcan lute in the Grand Bazaar of ShirKahr or sample some plomeek soup from a street vendor's cart in far-off Ta'vistar. When you are ready, prepare to begin your training for the most arduous personal journey of all -- the attainment of the fabled Kolinahr discipline -- as you attempt to banish all emotion.
- The Way of Kolinahr includes detailed information on Vulcan history, society and culture, providing the most comprehensive look to date at this fascinating world and its people. Play a Vulcan ambassador or a Vulcan Master of the Jarok Sect of logic. Debate the finer points of multi-phasic particles at the Vulcan Science Institute. Wrestle a sehlat in the hills above Rammat. Learn to use the lirpa and ahn-woon at the Vulcan Institute of Defensive Arts. The splendors of the planet Vulcan await you.
- The Way of Kolinahr opens up a multitude of new opportunities for ST: TNG RPG players and Narrators alike. An indispensable resource on the planet Vulcan and its people, The Way of Kolinahr provides all the tools necessary to design and run entire Vulcan episodes and series. It includes:
- Guidelines for creating and playing Vulcan characters, complete with numerous new templates, overlays, and background histories.
- A detailed look at the planet Vulcan, its history, politics, and ongoing role within the United Federation of Planets.
- In-depth treatments on the Vulcan philosophical schools and their impact on the development of the planet and its people.
- Comprehensive write-ups on the ancient Vulcan psionic disciplines, including many new psionic talents and abilities for characters.
- New Vulcan technology and psionic devices, supporting cast characters, locations for players to visit, information on running extended Vulcan series, and more!
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Starships and vehicles
- Mount Seleya | Hall of Ancient Thought | ShiKahr | Hall of Voices | Vulcana Regar | Cheleb-khor | Fire Plains | Mount Tarhana | Khomi | Tat'sahr | Ku'Vel'Di | Kul'Cha'Vir | Gol | Plateau of Tai-la | Raal | Fort Aba'kur | Shrine of S'vec | Shi'al | Caves of Kulvir | Nal'shin | Da'kum'Ulcha | Kolinahru Monastery | Womb of Fire | Monastery of Ulann | Kir | Straits of Ha'zen | Tav'Sal'Nava | ShirKahr | Tinsha Monastery | The Oasis | Xir'tan | Go'an | T'ralor Preserve | Hall of Debates | T'sar Museum
Planets and planetoids
Stars and systems
Races and cultures
States and Organisations
Borg Collective | Cardassian Union | Clan K'vek | Confederacy of Vulcan | Kolinahru | Vulcan Council | Vulcan Defense Force | Vulcan Institute of Defensive Arts | V'Ket | V'Kor | V'Shar | Followers of T'Shen | Ulann | Followers of T'Shan | Klingon Empire | Planetary Confederation of 40 Eridani | Romulan Star Empire | United Federation of Planets | Planfa | Vulcan Mining Institute | Vulcan Ministry of Security | Vulcan Ministry of Defense | Vulcan Ministry of State | Vulcan Ministry of Thought | Vulcan Ministry of Science | Vulcan Ministry of Trade
Age of Antiquity • Battle of Seleya • chkariya • cir-cen • Fal-tor-pan • First Adept • Four Hundred and Four • gal-en-du'un • High Master of the Kolinahru • High Priestess of the Temple of Mount Seleya • History of Logic • ka-ta-pak • hakihr • Kal Rekk • Kareel-ifla • k'karee • K'oh-nar • kolinahr • kolinahru • One Mind School • pel-tar'uk • Plek-rath • Ponn-ifla • Priests of Tel-alep • School of Nirak • Scrolls of Surak • shatarr • shavokh • shon-ha'lock • Theorems of Governance • Time of Awakening • Tu-Jarok • Tu-Surak • valit • Vorta Vor • vre'katra • Vulcan mind meld • Vulcan-Romulan War • Vulcan Golden Age
- The Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Home" includes a mention of Mount Tarhana, apparently drawn from this reference and made into canon.
- The Star Trek: Vanguard novel Open Secrets acknowledges this reference and its authors for inspiration for the character arc of the Vulcan character, T'Prynn.