Question: Why is the final wind storm Apollo conjures characterized as an attempt to impress her? There isn't any dialogue to that effect. Given that it knocks her down as she is trying to get away, and we see his apparition moving toward her while she screams "no", doesn't it seem more like an assault, possibly a sexual assault? -- 19:22, July 5, 2011 (UTC) nooneelse

Exactly. The original script once ended with McCoy pronouncing Palamas as pregnant. Peter David followed up this idea in a "New Frontier" novel. Therin of Andor 23:01, December 29, 2011 (UTC)

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