Donatra was a female Romulan commander in the 24th century. She commanded the warbird Valdore. In 2379, Donatra, along with Commander Suran, was among those in the Romulan fleet who supported Shinzon's coup. She later turned against Shinzon when she realized what his true intentions were and brought her ships to aid the USS Enterprise-E in the Battle in the Bassen Rift. (Star Trek Nemesis)

RIS Bouteina[edit | edit source]

During the 2380s, she became the Empress of the Imperial Romulan State and, before Romulus was destroyed, she reunited the Romulan Star Empire with the Imperial Romulan State. (The Path to 2409)

The RIS Bouteina was dispatched, alongside four Tal Prai'ex D'deridex-class warbirds to retrieve her in 2387 because she was feared lost due to abnormal stellar activity. She was left for dead by then. ("Gogmagog")

Star Trek: Pendragon[edit | edit source]

Early in her career, Donatra served under Commander Toreth, who became a mentor figure to the young officer. She also befriended Toreth's daughter, Taris. (Star Trek: Pendragon: "Above the Wrecks of Time")

During the 2380s, Donatra found herself at odds with the current regime in the Empire. On several occasions, she aided the Federation when it suited her purposes, often in opposition to Tal Shiar forces. Her most consistent contact within Starfleet was Captain Timothy Sinclair. (Star Trek: Pendragon: "In Darkness Find Me", "Twilight's Call", "As Darker Grows the Night", "Ruling from the Tomb", "The Way to Camlann", "Promised Land", "Above the Wrecks of Time")

In the Rogue/Solo timeline, Donatra was intelligence operative Tim Sinclair's primary contact in the Romulan Empire. They had an affair during one of his deep cover missions.

In her quarters aboard the Valdore, Donatra kept a painting of Empress Ael t'Rllaillieu as a reminder that one person could summon the future. She also kept a copy of Emperor Shiarkiek's memoirs. (Star Trek: Pendragon: "Above the Wrecks of Time")

On several occasions, Captain Sinclair noted Donatra's similarity in appearance to his late wife, Jean Sinclair, though he apparently kept these musings to himself.

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