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  • Hartla
  • Hartla
  • Hartla
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  • Hartla was een dabo meisje in Quark's Bar op Terok Nor tijdens de Cardassian Bezetting van Bajor. Zij werkte er nog steeds in de 2370s. Eén van haar speciale klanten was Boheeka, een Cardassian officier. Toen Quark contact op nam met Boheeka over een heimelijke transactie die hij wenste te doen, herinnerde hij zich Hartla en merkte op dat zij hem bankroet had laten gaan als de bezetting nog langer had geduurd. (DS9:"The Wire")
  • Hartla ist ein Dabo-Mädchen im Quark's. Schon während der Besetzung von Bajor durch die Cardassianer arbeitet Hartla im Quark's. Dort trifft sie auch den Cardassianer Boheeka und treibt diesen fast in den Bankrott. Nur das Ende der Besetzung verhindert dies. Als Quark sich 2370 an Boheeka wendet, um von ihm einen Gefallen zu erbitten, unterhalten sich die beiden über die Frau, die immer noch im Quark's arbeitet und laut dem Ferengi dafür sorgt, dass die Dabo-Tische niemals leer sind. (DS9: )
  • Hartla was a dabo girl who worked at Quark's on Terok Nor during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor, and was still working there as of 2370 when it became Deep Space 9. One of her special clients was a Cardassian officer named Boheeka. When Quark contacted Boheeka about a clandestine deal he wished to make, Boheeka reminisced about Hartla, missing her but observing that she would have bankrupted him had the Occupation lasted longer. (DS9 episode: "The Wire") Hartla's species was never specified.
  • Hartla was a dabo girl at Quark's on Terok Nor during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor. She was still working there as of 2370. One of her special clients was a Cardassian officer named Boheeka. When Quark contacted Boheeka about a clandestine deal he wished to make, Boheeka reminisced about missing Hartla. When Quark suggested the feeling was likely mutual, Boheeka agreed, but not for the same reasons, observing that she would have bankrupted him had the Occupation lasted longer. (DS9: "The Wire")
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  • Hartla
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  • Hartla was a dabo girl at Quark's on Terok Nor during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor. She was still working there as of 2370. One of her special clients was a Cardassian officer named Boheeka. When Quark contacted Boheeka about a clandestine deal he wished to make, Boheeka reminisced about missing Hartla. When Quark suggested the feeling was likely mutual, Boheeka agreed, but not for the same reasons, observing that she would have bankrupted him had the Occupation lasted longer. (DS9: "The Wire") This character was only mentioned in dialogue. The Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., vol. 1, p. 324) spelled her name as "Haltla".
  • Hartla was een dabo meisje in Quark's Bar op Terok Nor tijdens de Cardassian Bezetting van Bajor. Zij werkte er nog steeds in de 2370s. Eén van haar speciale klanten was Boheeka, een Cardassian officier. Toen Quark contact op nam met Boheeka over een heimelijke transactie die hij wenste te doen, herinnerde hij zich Hartla en merkte op dat zij hem bankroet had laten gaan als de bezetting nog langer had geduurd. (DS9:"The Wire")
  • Hartla ist ein Dabo-Mädchen im Quark's. Schon während der Besetzung von Bajor durch die Cardassianer arbeitet Hartla im Quark's. Dort trifft sie auch den Cardassianer Boheeka und treibt diesen fast in den Bankrott. Nur das Ende der Besetzung verhindert dies. Als Quark sich 2370 an Boheeka wendet, um von ihm einen Gefallen zu erbitten, unterhalten sich die beiden über die Frau, die immer noch im Quark's arbeitet und laut dem Ferengi dafür sorgt, dass die Dabo-Tische niemals leer sind. (DS9: )
  • Hartla was a dabo girl who worked at Quark's on Terok Nor during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor, and was still working there as of 2370 when it became Deep Space 9. One of her special clients was a Cardassian officer named Boheeka. When Quark contacted Boheeka about a clandestine deal he wished to make, Boheeka reminisced about Hartla, missing her but observing that she would have bankrupted him had the Occupation lasted longer. (DS9 episode: "The Wire") Hartla's species was never specified.
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