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Full Name: Spock
Species: Vulcan
Gender: Male
Birthplace: Vulcan
Born: 2232
Affiliation: Terran Empire
Terran Republic
Terran Rebellion
Parents: Father: Sarek
Mother: Amanda Grayson
Marital Status: Single
Previous Assignment: Executive officer, ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
For the regular universe counterpart, see Spock.

The mirror universe Spock, the son of Sarek, was born on Vulcan in 2232. In 2249, Spock decided to enter service as an officer of the Terran Empire.

Spock never wanted to have command forced upon him, so when James T. Kirk assassinated Christopher Pike and assumed command of the ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701) in 2264, Spock supported him. Over the next three years Kirk and Spock served many campaigns together and become allies.


The First Crossover

In 2267, the Empire ordered the Enterprise to negotiate for dilithium with the Halkans. Should negotiations fail then Kirk is ordered to conquer Halka, destroy the Halkans and obtain the dilithium.

After negotiations failed, Kirk, McCoy, Scott, and Uhura, beamed back to the Enterprise. However, due to magnetic storm interference they were transposed with their primary universe counterparts from the USS Enterprise.

James T. Kirk delayed the destruction of Halka, but Spock was ordered by Command to ensure that Kirk carries out his orders in 12 hours, or Spock was to kill Kirk and assume command, but was the only man with the decency to warn Kirk. Eventually Spock and Marlena Moreau learned that the landing party wasn't their own team, but counterparts from another universe, and they help the landing party return home. Before beaming out Kirk urged Spock to use his influence to try to bring civilization to the barbaric alternate universe. Spock answered simply, "Captain Kirk, I shall consider it." (TOS episode novelization: "Mirror, Mirror", Star Trek 3).

As Kirk predicted, Spock later on became the captain of the Enterprise. Spock used the ship as a power base to accumulate influence, and eventually rose to become leader of the Terran Empire. He instituted major reforms, turning the Empire into a more peaceful and less aggressive power. Unfortunately, Spock's reforms left the Empire unprepared to fight the united Klingon-Cardassian Alliance, who conquered the entire Terran Empire, enslaving the Terrans themselves as well as the Vulcans. (DS9 episode: "Crossover")

The Glass Empires Universe

Spock became emperor of the Terran Empire in 2277 by killing Hoshi Sato III (The Sorrows of Empire). In 2375, T'Lara shows holovids of this event to Keiko Ishikawa. By the 2370s, most believe the Terran Republic fell because of Spock's weakness as a leader, although some remain dedicated to imposing his reforms. (TNG novel: The Worst of Both Worlds; DS9 novel: Saturn's Children)

In 2371, Jean-Luc Picard wondered what would have happened if Kirk had killed Spock, instead of the other way around. (TNG novel: The Worst of Both Worlds)

The Mirror Universe Saga Universe

In this reality Spock ignored Kirk's advice and continued to serve aboard the ISS Enterprise as first officer under Captain Kirk.

In 2286, the ISS Enterprise managed to cross-over into the primary universe as the vanguard of an invasion force. After attacking Starbase 13 and the USS Courageous, they then encountered the USS Excelsior, under the command of Captain Styles. Using their advanced weaponry and technology, the Excelsior began to cause the Enterprise to flee, but when Spock discovers the Klingon Bird of Prey in tow behind Excelsior, Kirk has Spock tap into the Bird of Prey's computer controls, and Spock activates the Bird of Prey's weapons which they fire point blank at Excelsior, disabling the vessel and allowing the Enterprise crew to board and capture Excelsior, which was also carrying the former crew of the USS Enterprise back to Earth.

After Kirk and Spock examine Excelsior's computer banks, and finding that the Federation had completed one working model of the Genesis Device and that the Genesis effect regenerated Spock's counterpart, Kirk sends Spock (along with Sulu and Chekov) to Vulcan aboard the stolen Klingon Bird-of-Prey. Upon arrival on Vulcan, Spock encounters Sarek and T'Lar, who are astounded to see Spock. Spock mentions to Sarek that in Spock's universe, he couldn't prevent Sarek's death at the hands of the Empire. Spock then neck pinches Sarek into unconsciousness. When T'Lar begins to speak to Spock, she is stunned by Sulu, who is then reprimanded by Spock, who tells Sulu that the elder would have posed no threat to Spock. Just then, Amanda comes outside and when Spock begins to speak to her, as she approaches Spock, Sulu stuns her as well. This angers Spock and he tells Sulu that he is fortunate that Amanda is not permanently harmed. Spock then applies Sulu's agonizer and orders Chekov to repeat the process when Sulu awakens. Spock carries Amanda inside, then he walks over to his counterpart. Spock then begins a mind meld to see if his counterpart is capable of travel, and then Spock reaches up and melds with his counterpart as the meld becomes a battle to overcome each other. During the meld, the primary Spock manages to restore his fractured mind using the mirror Spock's ordered mind as a template, and the mirror Spock was freed of an irrational hatred of his counterpart and all he stood for and he was then ready to help save the primary universe and join David Marcus's resistance movement against the Empire. (TOS comic collection: The Mirror Universe Saga).

The Dark Mirror Universe

In the Dark Mirror universe, Spock followed Kirk's advice. He did not kill Kirk, but was transferred off the Enterprise and became a power at Starfleet Command, rising to the admiralty while arguing for reforms but was then set up on treason charges and executed in 2279, some twelve years after the transporter accident. Following Spock's death the Terran Empire continued into the 24th century and attempted to invade the primary universe in 2367. (TNG novel: Dark Mirror).

The Dark Passions Universe

In the Dark Passions timeline Spock was reported killed fighting the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance in the Mutara sector. Spock's Shrine was erected on Vulcan: a sphere balanced on a tiny fulcrum (ST duology: Dark Passions). May or may not have been Fragile Glass or Stargazer: Three universe.

The Spectre Universe

In the Mirror Universe Trilogy, Intendant Spock relates to Kirk that he spent ten years following the transporter accident planning his rise to power. After overthrowing Tiberius in 2277, he abolished the title of emperor and instituted reforms allowing each of the occupied worlds to select a representative on the newly-formed Imperial Senate. The Senate met for the first time ten months later and elected Spock to a five-year term as the Empire's Commander-in-Chief because of the reforms he proposed.

However, the Terran Empire he had helped form was destroyed in the Battle of Wolf 359 at the hands of the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance that was formed by Tiberius. Spock fled underground and became the Intendant of the Vulcan Resistance. At some point, he had a daughter with Saavik called T'Val and dispatched her in an attempt to recruit the aid of the James T. Kirk of the primary universe. After making contact, his resistance cell was given aid by Project Sign and the mirror Spock was cured of his Bendii syndrome which had no cure in his universe. He later returned to his reality to continue the fight for freedom against the Alliance. (Shatnerverse novels: Spectre, Dark Victory, Preserver)

Monarchs of the Terran Empire
Icon of the Terran Empire Sato ISato IISato IIITiberiusSpock Icon of the Terran Empire
First officers of the starships Enterprise
Enterprise (NX-01) TuckerT'Pol Enterprise assignment patch.
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) KirkShundreshSimonPikeNumber OneSpockDeckerSulu USS Enterprise assignment insignia.
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) (alternate reality) SpockKirk
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A) Spock
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-B) DaneSuluLinojj
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C) CarmonaHolmesal-HalakTholav
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) RikerKurnStoneShelbyData
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) RikerMaddenWorf
ISS Enterprise (NX-01) Archer Emblem of the Terran Empire.
ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701) KirkSpockScottDeckerRiley
ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) Riker
ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) Riker • Lore
Commanding officers of the ships Enterprise
Enterprise (NX-01) Archer Enterprise assignment patch.
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) AprilPikeKirkZarloDeckerSpock USS Enterprise assignment insignia.
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) (alternate reality) PikeSpockKirk
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A) Kirk
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-B) HarrimanSuluJohnson
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C) GarrettCastillo
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) PicardRikerJellico
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) BatesonPicardRikerData
ISS Enterprise (NX-01) Forrest Emblem of the Terran Empire.
ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701) FranzPikeKirkSpockRileySaavik
ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) Picard

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ST Expanded

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For the primary universe counterpart, see Spock.
Commander Spock aboard the ISS Enterprise
Actor: Leonard Nimoy
Species: 1/2 Vulcan
1/2 human
Gender: male
Hair: brown
Affiliation: Starfleet
Title: first officer
Stationed: ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
Occupation: science officer
Rank: Commander

In the mirror universe, Spock was a Vulcan Starfleet officer who served on the ISS Enterprise, rising through the ranks to command that vessel before gaining suzerainty of the Terran Empire. Under his leadership, the Empire enacted many reforms which ultimately left it defenseless to an invasion by the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance. (TOS: "Mirror, Mirror", DS9: "Crossover"; Glass Empires)


In A Debt of Honor Spock went on to become the Empire's Commander-in-Chief, but was overthrown by the Imperial Starfleet shortly thereafter because of the influence the Halkans carried in his government. His katra was given to his Federation counterpart, apparently resulting in the two Spocks becoming a single individual. ("The Gift").

First officers of the starships Enterprise
Enterprise (NX-01): Tucker | T'Pol
ISS Enterprise (NX-01): Archer | T'Pol
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701): Number One | Spock | Decker | Sulu
ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701): Spock
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A): Spock
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D): Riker | Shelby | Data
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E): Riker
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-G): Talora
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-P): Perlark
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-JFAZW): Entity

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