Londo awakens from the dreams with a start. He works in films, television series, novels, short stories, comic books, and radio dramas. When Refa leaves, Londo orders Vir to find Morden. Londo brushes him off and tells him just to arrange for a few ships to go to the Narn outpost. The Chief inserts it into his console and it begins playing a message: from. He explains that there may be a link between them and the Centauri, which might explain how they were able to pull off the attack.
As he tells Vir, he has limited political ambitions, because he knows the limitations and problems with being Emperor. If he does or doesn't like the show, he let's you know. That backstory has held the attention of millions of viewers for five seasons—these are dedicated and constant supporters. At this point, the audience had only seen the Shadows twice before, and only one shadow vessel at a time. Sheridan, new captain of the Babylon 5 station, and the looming threat of the sinister Shadows. Any fan will love to have this well researched book for a behind the scenes look at a wonderful piece of science fiction television history.
The command staff visibly stand up straighter at his compliments. In addition the attack was his idea and he picked the target himself, without any prompting other than saying they. He works in films, television series, novels, short stories, comic books, and radio dramas. Starting out the book are two essays. G'Kar agrees to attend and thanks Sheridan for stopping him earlier.
Vir begs him not to do it, but Londo is adamant. The man claims he needs to talk to Garibaldi, but will not say about what when others are present. Only three possibilities remain, he tells his superiors — he succeeds and dies as well, he succeeds and is imprisoned, or he fails and dies. In previous episodes, such as , Kosh seems to have been dismissive of both the Narn and Centauri, so why would he care about what happens to them? Another interesting question about this scene is why Londo lied about what the Emperor said. Refa leaves to take care of a bit of business that he is careful not to tell Londo about: assassinating the prime minister, a good friend and supporter of the Emperor. The hours they put in are painful to watch. Londo reports that the Emperor's words were a blessing of their efforts.
But there is still time to seize that one last, fragile moment. Our hope for peace is over. Recalling his dream, Londo explains that he has no desire to be Emperor. Both Vir and Londo are uncomfortable with Refa's blatant manipulations, but Londo goes along. This gives Sheridan an idea to help G'Kar and the Narn prisoners. Joseph Michael Straczynski born July 17, 1954 , known professionally as J. Along with a succession of companions, the Doctor faces a variety of foes while working to save civilisations, help ordinary people, and right wrongs.
Sheridan and some security guards finally block his path. He tells Londo that before that happens, their faction must act in some unparalleled manner. They see the devastation wrought — and then they see the Centauri ships. Sheridan, Garibaldi, and Ivanova speculate that this other races was the real strength behind the Centauri attack, and that the Centauri aren't likely to want to reveal that. The violence between them is likely to spread to the other species, causing instability in the entire region. While he is waiting for events to unfold, Londo has another prophetic dream.
What if they want more: power or territory or subjects? Sheridan approaches G'Kar and commends him on making the right choice. In his quarters, G'Kar composes a final message, claiming that he is acting alone without the knowledge or consent of his government. The message is to G'Kar. An aged, one-eyed G'Kar begins strangling him to death. Refa believes that their competitors are ready to seize power as soon as the Emperor dies, and he apparently thinks they'll succeed. He checks the time and with a shudder remarks that the attack has begun. Their mission is to explore strange new worlds, to seek new life and new civilizations, and to boldly go where no man has gone before.
Given their forced military and technological build-up so far in the series, they probably think that they can win the war. He asks the agent of the mysterious Shadows,Mr. Londo, of course, misquotes him. Each starts with a plot summary, but then goes into behind the scenes stories and commentaries. Either way, you won't help your people.