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londovir- by iamsab

My brain's not working tonight.

selenak: Am I correct in assuming the londo_mollari ultimately decides G'Kar is the individual with whom he would most like to have dinner? If so, can you please, please, please write the continuation of this scene, in which Londo and G'Kar seek some other establishment on the station? *whine* (Though, for all I know, you're probably planning to already. *g*)

And also: Muahaha on the Zocalo emptying out and G'Kar's comment regarding Londo's... hearing defect. And Londo's observation that he can't ignore G'Kar when he is nearby, because if he did so, the universe would implode? Very, very true.

If I'm right above, your entry is a bit of a cheat, given that G'Kar's not historical yet. *g* But I'll let that pass because, you know, it's Londo and G'Kar. *g* Theirloveanswersanychallenge.

I have to admit that I'm completely stumped on this week's question- for both my muses. Any hints as to which historical figures Vir (in either narrative time period) and/or Timov would entertain (or any ideas as to how I can cheat *g*) would be greatly appreciated.

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Actually, thinking about it now, Emperor Cotto might like to see Lennier again...

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Am I correct in assuming the londo_mollari ultimately decides G'Kar is the individual with whom he would most like to have dinner?

Well, naturally.*g*

If so, can you please, please, please write the continuation of this scene, in which Londo and G'Kar seek some other establishment on the station? *whine*

No, she said firmly. I'm busy reading Andraste's tentacle porn.

If I'm right above, your entry is a bit of a cheat, given that G'Kar's not historical yet. *g* But I'll let that pass because, you know, it's Londo and G'Kar. *g* Theirloveanswersanychallenge.

Also, the challenge didn't say "dead historical figures", and G'Kar definitely at that point of the show is already established as a living figure of history, especially in Londo's eyes. (Canon proof: "How does it feel to make history, hm?" "You do not make history, you can only hope to survive it." "G'Kar, you are a depressing person." "Thank you.")

Any hints as to which historical figures Vir (in either narrative time period) and/or Timov would entertain (or any ideas as to how I can cheat *g*) would be greatly appreciated.

I think Timov would like to meet Centauri Emperor X (think of a suitable name) who decreed women can't succeed their fathers in business and tell him what's what. Then she'd have the real dinner with the matriarch of House Mollari Londo mentioned in Born to the Purple and talk with her about being the essential Head of the House, and what it was like to be married to a Mollari...

For Vir as Emperor Cotto, I think you're right, he'd love to see Lennier again (and Londo, of course). For young Vir - well, Abraham Lincoln, of course! (He must have studied Earth History.)

oh, and....

...I've been meaning to ask you: could Timov please respond on the bodyguard issue?
...I've been meaning to ask you: could Timov please respond on the bodyguard issue?

She has. My apologies- the muses have been curiously silent the past few days. (Also, in RL, I have two jobs, so some weeks my available time is limited.)

Now will you write more Londo and G'Kar? Surely you are done with andrastewhite's tentacle pr0n by now. *g* (I just read it myself and it is fantastic! Ah, the many ships of Londo... *g*)

Also, the challenge didn't say "dead historical figures"

Clever you, playing with semantics. *g*

I think Timov would like to meet Centauri Emperor X (think of a suitable name) who decreed women can't succeed their fathers in business and tell him what's what.

Heh. I like that. *g*

Then she'd have the real dinner with the matriarch of House Mollari Londo mentioned in Born to the Purple and talk with her about being the essential Head of the House, and what it was like to be married to a Mollari...

I shall consider this. *g*

For Vir as Emperor Cotto, I think you're right, he'd love to see Lennier again (and Londo, of course).

soulonds9 thinks I should do Londo for Emperor Cotto. Actually, his exact words were, "Duh! Do Londo!" But I see no reason why I can't do both. Those word limits, they mean nothing! *g*

For young Vir - well, Abraham Lincoln, of course! (He must have studied Earth History.)

Quite true. I think I can do something with that.

Thanks for your advice! *g*

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Now will you write more Londo and G'Kar?

No - well, not that particular dinner. See, I wrote about them having a dinner already once, in Truth or Dare. And I wrote about them getting drunk together, in In Vino Veritas. So either I find another scenario, or I need some new inspiration in order to make the next Londo, G'Kar and Nutritions scene fresh.

Actually, his exact words were, "Duh! Do Londo!"

You might want to point out to your brother that sentence could be misinterpreted...

Thanks for your advice!
You're welcome.
So either I find another scenario, or I need some new inspiration in order to make the next Londo, G'Kar and Nutritions scene fresh.

True enough.

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What if Vir was in the Londo and G'Kar scene as well? You know, throwing another character into the mix can change the dynamic. And canonically, Vir was almost an equal participant in Londo and G'Kar's bid to convince the LNAW to sign on behind Sheridan.

You might want to point out to your brother that sentence could be misinterpreted...

*LOL* I just realized this now. *eg*
It would change things and add a new perspective, and I might come back to this, but right now, I'm just too drained. Consider: within the last week, I wrote a Buffy story, your DS9 challenge, and Londo's entry for the new theatrical_muse challenge.