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londovir- by iamsab

londo_mollari & citizengkar: Let's plan.

I would like to get Vir into some trouble here. Because I'm evil like that. Are you both okay with that? And if you are, what sort of trouble should we visit on the poor guy?

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oh, I'm game, but...

...freshly out of imagination as to the nature of the trouble poor Vir could find himself in. Short of Vir having made concessions to the Drazi Ambassador, which would annoy Londo but has nothing to do with the present situation.

Otoh, we might get a Mariel soon, and it's book canon Vir would fall for her feminine wiles.*g* Maybe she could work together with Daggair's allies (even a Daggair and Mariel cooperation isn't completely out of the question, though unlikely), and that would start the trouble for Vir?

Ooh! *perks up*

Who's thinking of playing Mariel? The emperor is already cringing at the prospect. And we won't even discuss Timov's reaction. ;)

even a Daggair and Mariel cooperation isn't completely out of the question, though unlikely

Though surely not any less likely than the idea of Tu'Pari and Daggair being on the same side. Hatred of Londo and/or G'Kar is an oddly unifying force, it seems. ;)

How would you feel if I temporarily blinded Vir in an attack? That way, I could tie this into this week's challenge.

Re: Ooh! *perks up*

I'm all for any amount of Vir-torture you can shake a stick at; the poor fellow's never more interesting than when he's having a crisis. *g*

If you blind Vir over in our timeline it'll make it that much harder for you to, say, identify the Narn with the scar, which could nicely complicate things -- additionally, discovering the identity of your attacker will probably become a priority for us, since whoever does it will invariably want to....frame the Rangers for it? *eg*
I'm all for any amount of Vir-torture you can shake a stick at; the poor fellow's never more interesting than when he's having a crisis. *g*

Indeed. *g* I've complained constantly that fandom does not pay nearly enough attention to teh Vir!Angst, nor does it give Vir his proper due as a serious character.

If you blind Vir over in our timeline it'll make it that much harder for you to, say, identify the Narn with the scar, which could nicely complicate things -- additionally, discovering the identity of your attacker will probably become a priority for us, since whoever does it will invariably want to....frame the Rangers for it? *eg*

Yes. It would also serve to further unite Londo and G'Kar, since Vir is a mutual friend.

Re: Ooh! *perks up*

Mariel: I might have talked Bloodraven into it. Wouldn't it be great to have her around?

Temporarily blind Vir: Oh, the angst! Yes. But pray wait until Londo has made his entry, because he's going to declare blindness as not so bad and will feel ever so guilty about it afterwards.

Muah.

Why, yes, I am up at 3 a.m. for no reason...

But pray wait until Londo has made his entry, because he's going to declare blindness as not so bad and will feel ever so guilty about it afterwards.

Don't worry- I won't have time to write this until late tonight at the very least (tomorrow for you). ;) (I'm working both jobs today and won't get off my Kohl's shift until 10:30 p.m. Eastern Standard.)

When I do write this, I'm probably going to write the first entry in the storyline in third person. Vir probably won't be ready to speak about the attack himself. Then you and G'Kar can go to town for a bit while Vir works himself up to the point where he can post. (This, incidentally, will nicely accomodate my extremely full work schedule this week. *g* Though of course, I will interject briefly as Vir where I feel it is appropriate. And this weekend, I will have more time to participate fully.)

Okay then.

BTW, I just posted Londo's entry. Feel free now.
I am spending my lunch break at the moment trying to come up with a plausible eye injury now. ;)

Re: oh, I'm game, but...

If you can get poor Vir, by way of Mariel, in a position where he finds himself helping Daggair and her allies, I will give you a COOKIE.

That's awesomely devious. *g*

Hah!

I just persuaded Bloodraven, the enterprising gal who has indeed introduced Mariel to t_m, that this is a good idea, too, and that Mariel should pay Vir a sickbed visit now that Londo's back is temporarily turned because he has to confess to Delenn.

I take it she already contacted G'Kar?