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Graff Vynda-K

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Graff Vynda-K
Main aliases: Prince of the Greater Cyrrhenic Empire
Species: Levithian
Place of origin: Levithia
Appearance: The Ribos Operation
Main actor: Paul Seed
The Graff Vynda-K was a warlike tyrant of the planet Levithia, Prince of the Greater Cyrrhenic Empire. (PROSE: Doctor Who and the Ribos Operation)

When the Graff went off to fight the Alliance Wars with the Cyrrhenic Empire, he was deposed by his people and replaced by his half-brother. He swore vengeance. The Graff offered to buy Ribos from Garron, hoping to turn the planet into a training ground for an army. He also viewed it as a possible means of rebuilding his fortune by mining the jethrik that he believed was to be found there. Throughout this time, he was served by his long-time aide Sholakh.

When the Graff found out that he had been conned, he tried to kill Garron and the Fourth Doctor, who was working with Garron to recover the jethrik. Graff and his men pursued the Doctor and Garron into the catacombs, where Sholakh was killed in a cave in. This saddened the Graff greatly, and he promised to avenge Sholakh's death by annihilating the planet's people.

The Graff had his last soldier fitted with an explosive device so that he could "start afresh". However, the soldier was in fact the Doctor, who covertly placed the device on the Graff by slight of hand. Unaware that he was now carrying the explosive, the Graff wandered off through the caverns in madness, calling on Sholakh to lead his troops on the attack. He was killed when the device detonated. (TV: The Ribos Operation)

Personality Edit

Graff Vinda-K was a tyrant and psychopath who enjoyed killing people. After being banished by his own people, he swore vengeance and wished to take back his throne from his half brother. He was also very greedy and obsessed with being rich and powerful, never being satisfied with the power he already had. Despite his psychotic and ruthless personality, the Graff was genuinely devastated when his loyal second in command Sholakh died. Once again he swore revenge but this time out of remorse. The loss of Sholakh caused him to go mad and he deluded himself into thinking Sholakh was still alive, ordering him to lead his troops into battle, shortly before being blown up. (TV: The Ribos Operation)

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