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

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"Star Trek: The Cloud Minders (#3.21)" (1969)
Captain James T. Kirk: [Vanna attacks Kirk with a knife while he is resting] You again...
[Takes a moment to gather this unusual, however pleasant, situation]
Vanna: [Disgusted] You sleep lightly, Captain!
Captain James T. Kirk: Yes. Duty is a good teacher.
Captain James T. Kirk: [Softly, yet pointedly] I see you've changed your dressmaker.
Vanna: [unmoved] Release me!
Captain James T. Kirk: [Surprised, at first, by her coldness] So you can attack me again?
Captain James T. Kirk: [Attempting to be affectionate] That would be foolish...
Vanna: [Coolly, coldly] Call the guards... if you're afraid, Captain.
Captain James T. Kirk: [Smoothly, with interest] I'm not afraid. In fact, I find this rather enjoyable.
Vanna: [Fiercely] I do not!
Captain James T. Kirk: [Disappointed, yet smooth] All right. I'll make a deal with you. You answer some questions... and I'll let you up.
Vanna: [sighs, exasperated] What questions?
Captain James T. Kirk: [Intently] Your word, first.
Vanna: [Closes eyes. Sighs] I will answer.

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.

Vanna: It's hard to believe that something which is neither seen, nor felt, can do so much harm.
Captain James T. Kirk: That's true. But an idea can't be seen or felt, and that's what's kept the Troglytes in the mines all these centuries, a mistaken idea.
Vanna: Would all the Troglytes wear these masks?
Captain James T. Kirk: Yes. I'll see to it that the Federation engineers construct them.
Vanna: Suppose Plasus does not agree?
Captain James T. Kirk: Plasus is not the whole government.
Vanna: That is true, but the City Counsel will not listen to Troglytes.
Captain James T. Kirk: As soon as the zenite is delivered to Merak II, I'll come back. I'll request permission to mediate for the Troglytes. Vanna, you must trust me. I give you my word.
Vanna: Centuries ago, Stratos was built by leaders that gave their word... that all inhabitants would live there. The Troglytes are still waiting.
Captain James T. Kirk: The zenite can be delivered in a few hours. You won't have long to wait now.
Vanna: Hours can be centuries, just as words can be lies.

Vanna: We're sealed in!
Captain James T. Kirk: Completely.
Vanna: But soon the atmosphere will go. We'll die!
Captain James T. Kirk: Die form something that can't be seen? You astound me, Vanna.