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londovir- by iamsab

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Actually, I was officially back at 6 a.m. my time, but as soon as I made it into the office, I was hit with three days of work. Are we feeling the post-con let down? Oh yes.

A report will be forthcoming as soon as I have the energy to upload the good pics (as opposed to the blurry shots) and the bits of video I captured experimentally in the bar.

My mission to Scape my entire office seems to be proceeding at a fairly decent clip. I brought in my picture with Ben Browder, which thus commenced much swooning (and from Rose, who has watched some FS, jealousy) and questioning about the show in general. *g*

Meanwhile, I have been informed by a reliable source- namely, iamsab- that G'Kar is going to knock out Vir in a future roleplay and break his teeth. Why am I excited by that? How sadistic am I anyway?

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G'Kar will come back? huh...
*crossed fingers*
Indeed he is. *g* And in fact, iamsab asked after you last night. I think she's looking forward to playing with you again. *g*
*squeeels*
Thats good!!!!
I have any idea, G'Kar will be very useful for it...
its time to move B5 plotline...eh?
If that cruel floozy is teasing again and not delivering, I'll think of some divine punishment. Otherwise, yay!

And also, welcome back.*g*
G'Kar's back!? Wicked!
It's nice to be warned! :)

I should probably be excited like the rest of you, only I don't even know what fandom you guys are part of.. Babylon 5? But, Steph, there is half a post in you honor in my journal. Please read:)
'K, I'll head over there now. *g* Apologies, but I have quite a bit to catch up on.
You made it! Wheeee!

Three days of work at once, eh? I'm sure you'll conquer and divide.

speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

Galen is going self-righteous about Londo, and as this is written after Londo's death, he and I can't say anything. At least put him straight about that "forgotten", "alone", and "enemy" bit.

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

As you command, my dear. *g*

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

You are a treasure.*g* And Vir is Sam, most loyal defender any damned man can hope for, but I said that before.

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

My pleasure. Really, depending on how Galen responds, I might enjoy this. I never really did like how he treated Vir in the novels. He was annoyingly Vorlonic.

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

Wasn't he just? Vir was the one putting his life and soul on the line and getting his heart torn out on a regular basis, and that know-it-all technomage just did his Kosh act.

Andraste, being a woman of taste, did not join the universal Galen adoration, you'll have noticed, when she watched Crusade; she (and I) went for Max Eilerson instead.*g*

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

I, uh, haven't seen Crusade yet. I suppose I'll be picking those DVD's up in December. *g*

On Vir and Galen: For one thing, Galen might've given Vir the courtesy of informing him that the love spell was permanent before Vir went through with it. For Great Maker's sake, it might've given him some pause!

*seethe*

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

Ts ts ts. You know, you probably lost us that crucial quote we needed for the show not getting cancelled.*g*

No, seriously: I think you'll like Crusade, despite the lack of Aliens. But do pick the viewing order Andraste suggests, because the broadcast one by TNT went strictly against the intentions of The Great Maker.

For one thing, Galen might've given Vir the courtesy of informing him that the love spell was permanent before Vir went through with it. For Great Maker's sake, it might've given him some pause!

Quite. Of course, that would have robbed Vir of A Moral Lesson, which Galen clearly was intending to give. See also: Elric. Technomages. Self-righteous bunch, the lot of them. And urbandruid told me that the Technomage Trilogy reveals they are actually themselves created by the Shadows. (There are some heavy hints in Crusade about this as well.) One reason why they left in season 2 and didn't return until it was over. Which results in some extra loathing for my boy Londo because he voluntarily associated with them.

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

Ts ts ts. You know, you probably lost us that crucial quote we needed for the show not getting cancelled.*g*

I know, I'm a bad fan. *g*

I think you'll like Crusade, despite the lack of Aliens.

I think that was the primary reason why I was hesitant to watch the show originally. But given your assurances, I shall give it a chance. *g*

One reason why they left in season 2 and didn't return until it was over.

Granted, I argue from a position of some ignorance, having not read the Technomage trilogy, but I have a great deal of difficulty gathering my respect for a group who chooses to abscond from a fight all together.


Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

Not having read the Technomage Trilogy, either, I couldn't say exactly; I'm just going by U's comments, but apparently the Shadows could have controlled them otherwise via the nanotechnology in their heads.

This being said, what I do know raises all my hackles. Well, to be fair, Galen was the one technomage who actually did stay around, because he saved Gideon's (Crusade character) life at the expense of missing the collective grand exit, but I'm still annoyed at the high-handed attitude towards Vir in the novels.

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

but apparently the Shadows could have controlled them otherwise via the nanotechnology in their heads.

Ah, okay, that makes their actions more understandable.

but I'm still annoyed at the high-handed attitude towards Vir in the novels.

As is the monarch sitting in my head interestingly enough. At least, when he's not beating himself up for his feet of clay.

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

As is the monarch sitting in my head interestingly enough. At least, when he's not beating himself up for his feet of clay.

Well, from a storytelling pov it was a very good idea on David's part, because that became something Vir could justifiably feel guilty for (whereas the death of Cartagia was a different matter). And Vir angst is good.*g*

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

...and because I like to stir things up a little, here's my pal kathyhs PK Wars review, some of which you'll agree with and one comment you decidedly won't.*g*

Re: speaking of RP: Vir to the defense, please!

Well, from a storytelling pov it was a very good idea on David's part, because that became something Vir could justifiably feel guilty for (whereas the death of Cartagia was a different matter).

Oh, yes, that is certainly true, self-righteous mages aside.

...and because I like to stir things up a little, here's my pal kathyhs PK Wars review, some of which you'll agree with and one comment you decidedly won't.*g*

*goes*

*reads*

*returns, ears steaming*

No, that plot thread was probably one of the most awkwardly handled- not a smooth example of character growth at all. They raped him, and it's all nice in the end? With no consequences or... No. No, I can't. Must. Restrain. Screed. Until. After. Work.

I need a Stark Defense League icon.