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Old 08-15-2009, 01:29 AM
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Why do you say "surprisingly" Tuvok? Even though he's Vulcan, considering his long and profound friendship with Janeway I'm not surprised at all.
No, it was expected that Tuvok would mourn Janeway's loss, but it was his somewhat un-Vulcan reaction to her death that was surprising...
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No, it was expected that Tuvok would mourn Janeway's loss, but it was his somewhat un-Vulcan reaction to her death that was surprising...
Don't tell me he cried... That would be weird and... illogical... But seriously, did he?
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Don't tell me he cried... That would be weird and... illogical... But seriously, did he?
Hey, we're talking about "Stone Cold" Tuvok here--but he nevertheless took the news extremely hard.

In the books, Tuvok is the chief tactical officer aboard the Titan now and it was actually Deanna Troi who informed him of the news. Although Tuvok first seemed to accept Janeway's death with the usual Vulcan stoicism, Troi was shortly afterwards assualted by an overwhelming sense of grief and rage so intense and raw that she that it took her a moment to realize that it was--incredibly enough--coming from Tuvok's quarters...
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