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Droxine (Character)
from "Star Trek" (1966)

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"Star Trek: The Cloud Minders (#3.21)" (1969)
Droxine: Mr. Spock, I thought you had accompanied Captain Kirk to the rest chamber?
Mr. Spock: Your movements awakened me.
Droxine: My apologies. I did not realize they would disturbe you.
Mr. Spock: Only Vulcan ears would find the noise discernable.
Droxine: [with shy, intense interest] It seems that Vulcans are fascinatingly different, in many ways.
Mr. Spock: The same may be said of Stratos inhabitants.
Droxine: Vulcan eyes are very discerning, too.
Droxine: [continuing] I hear that, intellectually, Vulcans are as highly evolved as Stratos city dwellers.
Mr. Spock: [moves to face her] We do... pride ourselves... on our logic.

Plasus: [to Droxine] Leave here at once. Go to your music.
Droxine: Father, are we so sure of our methods that we never question what we do?

Plasus: Gentlemen, one of our planet's most incomparable works of art: my daughter Droxine. Captain James Kirk.
Captain James T. Kirk: A pleasure, Madam.
Droxine: Indeed yes, Captain.
Plasus: And First Officer Spock.
[Spock bows his head very slowly]
Droxine: I have never before met a Vulcan, sir.
Mr. Spock: Nor I a work of art, Madam.

Droxine: You only take a mate once every seven years?
Mr. Spock: The seven-year cycle is biologically inherent in all Vulcans. At that time, the mating drive outweighs all other motivations.
Droxine: And is there nothing that can disturb that cycle, Mr. Spock?
Mr. Spock: Extreme feminine beauty is always disturbing, Madam.

Droxine: Vanna...?
Vanna: [coldly] Droxine...
Droxine: Why have you come here?
Vanna: [spiteful] To welcome our honored guests... as I was taught to do when I served in your father's household.
Droxine: Has she injured you, Captain?
Captain James T. Kirk: Oh, no. Not at all. In fact, her visit was quite enlightening.
[referencing Vanna]
Droxine: Oh...?
Captain James T. Kirk: Yes, it seems the Troglytes are under the impression that the Enterprise is here to intimidate them.
Droxine: [turns to intercom, pushes button] Send a sentinal to the rest chamber immediately.
Vanna: [coldly] It is not impression, Captain. It is the truth!
Captain James T. Kirk: We're here to get the zenite consignment, and that's it.