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Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Cateagle
Review:
*whistles* Oh, dear, it seems the Shadows have attracted the attention of folk who can and will deal with them as equals and who are quite capable of permanently ending them. Depending on what they do, the B5 episods "Z'ha'dum" may never happen and that could mean rather interesting things for the immediate future of John Sheridan and a whole lot of other beings and races.
Comments from author:
I wouldn't consider the Scoobies or Ragnarok anywhere near the equal of the Shadows. Remember, as a species, they're *millions* of years old.

Which is not to say that the above mentioned people are not *dangerous*. Even more so, when one considers that such a young species is quite likely to underestimated by the older races.

And being underestimated is always an advantage when dealing with a dangerous and powerful opponent. ;-)
Review By [Cateagle] • Date [31 May 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from DieselDriver
Review:
It's not mine. This was told by Sheridan to Delen in one of the episodes when he was trying to explain humor to her.
Comments from author:
Not a problem, at all. I was just pointing out that it is a terrible joke. ;-)
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [23 Jun 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from DieselDriver
Review:
Knock Knock.
Who's there?
Kosh.
Kosh who?
Gesundheit!

Please write more...
Comments from author:
That was *terrible*!! ;-)

And thanks. ;-)

More is on the way, but when it arrives is entirely up to my muse's whims.
Review By [DieselDriver] • Date [19 Jun 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Cateagle
Review:
::wicked laugh:: Methinks the Shadows may find out that the other Elder Races and the powerful of the younger ones (the Mimbari, for example) are not the most dangerous operators out there. A group like Ragnarok just has to have resources and skills that will surprise their far older adversaries; you don't go through what they did without learning a lot and learning a few things that other races never have. It would be amusing if both the Shadows and their sometimes allies in Psycorp found out that more powers exist out there than are dreamed of in their philosoply (to borrow a line from WS).
Comments from author:
Yes, the Elder Races might individually be more powerful than any of the Younger Races, but they could quickly learn to be far more cautious of interfering, with the proper feedback.

You generally don't see a lot of people going around and poking sticks in wasps' nests, and you definitely don't want to get in the path of army ants, because you might be able to kill thousands of them, but they *will* eventually consume every scrap of flesh from your carcass and leave a naked skeleton in their wake.
Review By [Cateagle] • Date [9 Jun 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from BrownFinderth
Review:
GREAT! MORE, PLEASE!!!
Comments from author:
Glad you enjoyed it.

More will appear as my muse commands. ;-)
Review By [BrownFinderth] • Date [21 Nov 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from CrystalBlaze
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"I'd like to live `just` long enough to see your head stuck on a pike, as a warning to the next ten generations that some favors come at too high a price. I'd look up into your lifeless eyes and give a little wave; like this. *demonstrating*"--Vir Cotto, shutting down Mister Morden quite succinctly.. and politely.


Knowing the Eternal Scoobs, I don't think Morden's getting off that lightly this time around..
Comments from author:
No, I don't think he's going to be that lucky. ;-)

But that was definitely one of my favorite scenes in the series.

Followed by the one where Vir does *exactly that* after Londo has him executed. ;-)
Review By [CrystalBlaze] • Date [30 Aug 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Cateagle
Review:
::snicker:: Oh, dear, I suspect the Shadows are about to learn what *real* predators have arisen among the younger species; they will not enjoy the lessoning.
Comments from author:
Yeah, you have to be careful wherever you go, regardless of how powerful you might be.

A spider might be small and relatively powerless, but its bite can be poisonous, or you could have and allergic reaction and die. ;-)
Review By [Cateagle] • Date [28 Aug 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from LordCorwin
Review:
Oh yeah, given what's written, I could then see the smack-down on Psi-Corp by the Grands, after Geribaldi is Psyched.... forgot what episode that was....
Comments from author:
Well, you're proceeding on the premise that, in *this* universe, Garibaldi is just as defenseless against mental attacks as he was in the canon B5 'verse.

All I can say is that, that's not an accurate description. ;-)

I actually have considered what might happen in exactly such a situation, and I've got several different scenarios in mind for what might result.

And yes, I do plan to eventually write and post that encounter. ;-)
Review By [LordCorwin] • Date [27 Aug 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from ThunderGod
Review:
"Who are you?"
Comments from author:
"What do you want?"

Anyone asking either of these questions needs to be shoved out of the nearest airlock as quickly as possible.
Review By [ThunderGod] • Date [27 Aug 12] • Rating [7 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from (Recent Donor)tchizek
Review:
Interesting, very interesting!
Comments from author:
Thanks. ;-)
Review By [(Recent Donor)tchizek] • Date [27 Aug 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from eriktheviking
Review:
A very much in-character commentary from Garibaldi, well done.
Comments from author:
Yeah, I can envision Garibaldi as Xander's great-great-etc.-grandchild with no problem at all - loyal, determined, refusing to give up, and extremely nasty and implacable when pushed to the limit.

The kind of guy you want at your back.
Review By [eriktheviking] • Date [27 Aug 12] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from WARLOCKPOTTER
Review:
Awesome story i enjoyed it a lot thank you for posting it i hope you continue it in the future maybe as a full expanded story line.
Comments from author:
I think we'll be seeing more snippets of this in the future. ;-)
Review By [WARLOCKPOTTER] • Date [27 Aug 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from ChaosLady
Review:
Okay, now I understand more about what's going on. We're still in the part of Bablylon 5 I remember seeing and not the parts I stopped watching because I missed Captain Sheridan. Nice story.
Comments from author:
Thanks. I appreciate the review. ;-)
Review By [ChaosLady] • Date [27 Aug 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from CPTSkip
Review:
Oh my, this is such a little gem of a B5 story. Nice job on all four main characters. I would love to see more stories set in this timeline. I wonder if Willow would even scare the Vorlons and Shadows? I'd bet my money on Yes. Lol! Lovely seeing Anya still around and one of Garibaldi's grannies. Suddenly I am wondering if Susan is one of Faith's umpty-great grand kids.
Comments from author:
Glad you enjoyed the story. ;-)

And while Willow is admittedly pretty powerful, you also need to remember that the Vorlons and the Shadows are *ancient* - not just as a species, but the various individuals are also hundreds of thousands of years old, if not older, and as far as they are concerned, the human race is barely past its larval stage.

Which isn't to say that they can't be hurt, or repeatedly bitch-slapped for their actions by said larva. ;-)

And yes, it's entirely possible that Susan could be one of Faith's descendants. They both have essentially the same type of attitude. ;-)
Review By [CPTSkip] • Date [27 Aug 12] • Not Rated
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