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Admiral Constanza Stark (Character)
from "Andromeda" (2000)

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"Andromeda: Twilight of the Idols (#3.20)" (2003)
Captain Dylan Hunt: What happens when the Nietzscheans call your bluff? That's what I thought. Admiral Stark founded the Templars to preserve the ideals of the High Guard. I can't believe she added a willingness to commit genocide.
The Patriarch: 300 years ago, no, but after centuries of watching Nietzscheans rampage across the known worlds leaving death and devastation in their wake, that was enough to change even Admiral Stark's mind.
Captain Dylan Hunt: After centuries. You're telling me Admiral Stark is still alive?
The Patriarch: No, Captain, I'm telling you that I am Admiral Stark.

The Patriarch: For three hundred years, Captain, we've wandered the known worlds, battling Nietzscheans, Genites, and anybody else with a problem that gets in our crosshairs; in short, Captain, fighting the battles that others can't.
Captain Dylan Hunt: That's funny. That's usually my line.
The Patriarch: Yes. Great minds, Captain Hunt. Great minds.
Captain Dylan Hunt: Great minds... right. The question is, how much do they really think alike? Because I know where I've been the last three years. Because I've been out there, fighting the battles others can't. Where have you been? Watching from the sidelines, and now that all the hard work is done, you decide to announce yourselves?
The Patriarch: We did a lot more than just watch.

The Patriarch: Now, we will attack. The only question is whether we do it now, or we do it too late. The choice is yours.

Beka Valentine: We're at the drop point.
Captain Dylan Hunt: Looks like your stop.
The Patriarch: I'd wish you luck, but...
Captain Dylan Hunt: Yes, I know, you don't believe in it.
[to self]
Captain Dylan Hunt: Neither do I.

The Patriarch: Tyr Anasazi: Kodiak Pride, out of Victoria by Barbarossa; orphaned by the Drago-Kazov attack of 10065, sold into slavery, escaped 10077; apprenticed to the famous assassin Tuco Sentenza; briefly married to Freya Rajput of the Orca Pride, and father to young Tamerlane, whose whereabouts at the moment, nobody's quite sure of. Did I miss anything?
Tyr Anasazi: I don't know. Did you?
The Patriarch: I hear you're a competent soldier. Will he be coming with us?
Captain Dylan Hunt: No, taking Tyr on a raid against the Genite bioweapons facility creates an unnecessary risk. God knows what the Genites have keyed to the Nietzschean DNA. I'd prefer to keep Tyr in one piece.
The Patriarch: Pity. Another time, then.
Tyr Anasazi: I'll try to contain my disappointment.


"Andromeda: Forced Perspective (#1.15)" (2001)
Captain Dylan Hunt: Admiral Stark.
Admiral Constanza Stark: How did you know?
Captain Dylan Hunt: Let me think. Sealed orders. No signature, no mission specifics. Now who else would it be?
Admiral Constanza Stark: That's employing good, practical intuition. Nothing you picked up from that ivory tower war college on Tarn-Vedra.
Captain Dylan Hunt: No, ma'am. I picked that up from Sarah.
Admiral Constanza Stark: Sarah? You'd better be taking good care of my niece, Commander.
Captain Dylan Hunt: Why do I get the feeling that after every date, you receive a report in triplicate?
Admiral Constanza Stark: Very astute.