She died when her ship went "boom" over Vulcan, right? – AT2Howell 17:14, October 9, 2009 (UTC)

We don't know that for sure. The novel had several cadets being assigned to ships that didn't go to Vulcan. -- Captain MKB 17:48, October 9, 2009 (UTC)

Wasn't there a scene at the end where Cadet Kirk was promoted from O-1 (Ensign) to O-6 (Captain) involving a lot of happy cadets? Anyone see her there? You know, for a group that just lost many of their own, those cadets sure are happy...and numerous. If no one knows, we'll have to wait for DVD. – AT2Howell 18:10, October 9, 2009 (UTC)

Any reason why it doesn't make sense to you that she could've been absent because her ship went in the opposite direction? You have a great imagination for what you think 'should have happened' but here we are focusing on what did happen. -- Captain MKB 19:49, October 9, 2009 (UTC)

Hey, I didn't see the flick 20 times in theaters. I do remember them pressing all the cadets into service due to the emergency. Then I saw a bunch of ships (all had cadets aboard, number is up for discussion) get blown up. At the end of the flick, we see another group of cadets filling the same amount of seats they did before the massacre, and a lot of them had familiar faces. And, yes, they were rather happy. They must have still been in shock from having lost so many close friends and co-workers. I'm totally freeze framing this on DVD. I'll let you know what I see. – AT2Howell 19:55, October 9, 2009 (UTC)

great. just as long as you don't automatically equate her absence as indicating her death. because that isn't necessarily so. -- Captain MKB 20:00, October 9, 2009 (UTC)
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