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    Babylon 5 [​IMG]
    Season 4 poster Genre Science fiction Created by J. Michael Straczynski Developed by J. Michael Straczynski Starring see below Composer(s) Christopher Franke
    Stewart Copeland (pilot) Country of origin [​IMG] United States Language(s) English No. of seasons 5 No. of episodes 110 episodes
    Six films Production Executive
    producer(s) Douglas Netter
    J. Michael Straczynski Running time 43 minutes Broadcast Original channel PTEN (1994-1997)
    TNT (1998) Picture format 4:3 (broadcast)
    16:9 (DVD) Audio format Dolby Surround Original run February 22, 1993November 25, 1998 External links Official website IMDb profile TV.com summary

    http://www.midwinter.com/lurk/
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    • Claudia Christian auditioned for the role of Seven of Nine on "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995). In fact, several B5 actors also did Trek: Andreas Katsulas was Romulan Commander Tomalak; Bill Mumy was an engineer on Starfleet's AR-558 outpost; and more. Trek co-creator Majel Barrett made an appearance on B5 as the seer who foretells Londo's ascension to the throne. Majel Barrett's character, Lady Morella, was the widow of the recently deceased Emperor Turhan, no doubt an homage to Gene Roddenberry.
    • When B5 entered production, there were claims that the creators of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993) had stolen the basic Babylon 5 premise. It was never proven, though both shows share striking similarities. This controversy led to friction between Babylon 5 and Star Trek fans over the course of both series.
    • The Babylon 5 station is an "O'Neil class space station". Gerard K. O'Neill was a physicist and space visionary who suggested the use of large rotating cylindrical habitats for future space stations.

    • The Medlab was deliberately designed to display few tools and instruments. The designers considered less to be more in guessing future medical technology.
    • The Babylon 5 station is claimed to be operated by an artificial intelligence computer system provided by the Centauri.
    • Babylon 5 filmmakers received informal technical advice on the series from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
    • According to Usenet posts by series creator J. Michael Straczynski, the term "psi cop" (for the powerful, merciless enforcers of the Psi Corps) intentionally echoes the acronym "CSICOP" - the acronym for the "Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal", a group of scientists and professional magicians who investigate psychic phenomena and unmask frauds and hoaxes.
    • The series was conceived to run for five seasons as a sort of giant video novel. This plan was nearly shelved when it appeared B5 was going to be canceled after the fourth season. J Michael Straczynski pushed forward much of the material he had planned for the fifth season into the fourth, and even filmed the planned series finale for that year. When word came that the fifth season had been granted after all, the series finale was held back and used in its proper place.
    • Cameo: [J. Michael Straczynski] (series creator), as the technician who turns off the station's lights in the series finale.
    • The teddy bear that Radu finds in "Space Cases: Who Goes Where (#1.2)" (????) is the very same one that Sheridan tosses out of an airlock into space in "Babylon 5: There All the Honor Lies (#2.14)" (1995), which was written by Space Cases creator Peter David. It's a running gag between David and Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski. David's wife gave the bear to JMS, who hates "cute" things, and thus had Sheridan dispose of it in a rather unkind manner. Peter David took revenge in defense of his wife's honor. When Radu brings in the bear, Rosie says, "What kind of dope would toss a perfectly good Earth bear into space?" Later, we find out that the bear was left by an evil race called the "Straczyn." JMS has reportedly sworn vengeance.
    • During the run of the show, the show's creator, J. Michael Straczynski, was contacted by NASA officials who asked if they could borrow the design of the show's fighters - the StarFuries - for use on the International Space Station. NASA wanted to use the ships as a combination tug and forklift, adding, "Your design is the most practical we've seen." Straczynski replied that it was fine with him, but that NASA had to call them StarFuries. NASA agreed.
    • Because of the epic five season video novel format, ad libs were forbidden on set. Any script changes had to be approved by series creator J. Michael Straczynski.
    • Claudia Christian was originally scheduled to appear in season 5. According to series creator J. Michael Straczynski, she backed out of the final season due to a contract dispute. However, according to Christian, she was fired by the producers.
    • Series creator J. Michael Straczynski once said that the Earth Alliance military used a "blending" of rank systems, although this was never spelled out in detail on the show. Thus, the exact EA rank structure remains unknown, although most fans assume the different branches (Navy, Marines, Security) each use the appropriate system of ranks for that branch. (Contrary to popular belief, Admirals have been mentioned twice on the show, in "And the Sky full of Stars" and "Signs and Portents") There are Generals who have been seen wearing the blue Navy uniform, although this could be evidence of yet another branch (Air Force?).
    • Although Morden's first name is never mentioned in the entire series, his full name is Dr. Paul Morden.
    • The character Susan Ivanova was bisexual.
    • Series creator J. Michael Straczynski made television history by becoming the first person to write an entire 22-episode season of a television series (Babylon 5's 3rd season).
    • Based on onscreen evidence, the Earth Alliance military appears to have at least three different branches: Marines (brown uniforms), Security (gray), and Navy (blue). We have seen blue-uniformed officers with 'ground' ranks (like General); it is unclear what this means, possibly a fourth branch ("Air Force"?). A popular fan theory is that this last branch is for EarthForce officers who work in space but have not yet received flight status (i.e. certification as a starship officer or StarFury pilot).
    • The Omega-class destroyers used by the Earth Alliance military were based on the design of the Russian spaceship 'Leonov' from the film 2010 (1984).
    • Walter Koenig plays Psi Cop Alfred Bester. Alfred Bester (1913 - 1987) was a leading science fiction writer, one of whose best works, The Demolished Man, deals with murder in a world where the police are telepathic, as is the Bester character in Babylon 5.
    • During the first season, Commander Sinclair said, "This station creates [artificial] gravity by rotation, so the room never stops spinning." Reportedly, the animating team had the station spinning at a near-Earth gravity simulation. This was determined by a physicist who was also a fan of the show, who determined the approximate size of the station by comparing it to the image of a human being on the edge of the station and extrapolating.
    • Delenn was originally going to be a male character. The "transformation" at the start of season 2 would have been from a male character to a female character - both incarnations were to have been played by Mira Furlan. This is why, in the pilot, Delenn's appearance is much more severe and masculine than in the first series. The plan was to electronically modulate Furlan's voice into a lower register, so her voice would sound male. JMS wasn't happy with the results, so the male-to-female idea was dropped; Furlan's unaltered voice was used for the pilot, and her makeup was made more feminine for the series.
    • Ranked #13 in TV Guide's list of the "25 Top Cult Shows Ever!" (30 May 2004 issue).
    • Captain John Sheridan was ranked #9 in TV Guide's list of the "25 Greatest Sci-Fi Legends" (1 August 2004 issue).
    • The Centauri Celebration of Life, in the episode "Parliament of Dreams", was shot all in one take.
    • Won two Hugo awards in two consecutive years.
    • Robert Foxworth, who played General Hague during Season 2, was supposed to return for _"Babylon 5: Severed Dreams (#3.10)" (1996)_. However he got booked on an episode of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993) that same week. So they re-wrote the script, killed off his character and brought in Bruce McGill as his aide, Major Ryan. Oddly enough, Foxworth's Deep Space Nine character attempted a coup on Earth, whereas his Babylon 5 character was a loyalist fighting against a coup on Earth. Also, in a "Stargate SG-1" (1997) episode, Foxworth's character was nearly the victim of a coup on his home world, and in an "Enterprise" (2001) episode, he attempted yet another coup on the planet Vulcan.
    • The Vorlon encounter suit actually didn't fit through the doorways on the set, so the alien was never shown entering or leaving a room.
    • Although Producer J. Michael Straczynski had said several times in public that the series outline was on his computer under a triple-encrypted code lock, the series plans were also in a couple of three-ring binders directly above his desk in his studio office.
    • The actors were never told in advance what was in store for their characters. Each new episode was just as much a surprise for them as it was for the viewers.
    • Two blooper cassettes were made of various gaffes and mistakes (and traded hands as bootlegs for many years), but they were never commercially released. A short "gag reel" features on most of the season box sets, however.
    • The inspiration for the design of the Vorlon ships was a clove of garlic.
    • Many of the plot elements and the storyline itself were inspired by the poem, "Ulysses", by Alfred Lord Tennyson. The poem is mentioned four times throughout the series.
    • Spoo, an oft-mentioned Babylon 5 food, had its first mention years earlier in the "She-Ra: Princess of Power" (1985) television series for which JMS was a writer. Spoo was mentioned as an Etherian delicacy in the episode "Gateway to Trouble"
    • During the fifth season, Producer J. Michael Straczynski wanted to have actors David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson do a cameo appearance playing Psi Cops, but the plan fell through.
    • "Minbar" is a word in Arabic; it is the seat that serves as a pulpit in a mosque.
    • The StarFuries were the first cinematic spacecraft to fly according to Newtonian principles in a vacuum rather than maneuvering like aircraft in an atmosphere.
    • For Centauri males, longer hair is associated with higher status. However, at least three Centauri emperors (Emperor Tuscano, Emperor Turhan, and Emperor Cartagia) had hair shorter than that of Ambassador Londo Mollari.
    • In addition to Bruce Boxleitner, other actors who were considered for the role of John Sheridan included Roger Rees, James Earl Jones, John Rhys-Davies, Barry Bostwick, Michael York, Michael Moriarty, and A Martinez.
    • One of the visible differences between humans and Centauri is that Centauri canines are slightly longer. Stephen Furst found that the canine extensions gave him a noticeable lisp, and stopped using them.
    • The set dressers and stage hands were only hired if they had previous experience in theater work. In theater, sets are constantly reused and minimally altered to resemble new locations, something that was done repeatedly on Babylon 5 to save money.

    In the year 2258, it is ten years after the Earth-Minbari War. Commander Sinclair takes command of a giant five-mile-long cylindrical space station, orbiting a planet in neutral space. At a crossroads of interstellar commerce and diplomacy, Cmdr Sinclair (2d season Captain Sheridan) must try to establish peace and prosperity between various interstellar empires, all the while fighting forces from within the Earth Alliance. It is a precarious command, particularly given that sabotage led to the destruction of Babylon stations 1, 2, and 3 and 4 vanished without trace. Written by Tony Lammens {lammens@connexus.apana.org.au}



    Season 1

    Season 1, Episode 1: Midnight on the Firing Line

    Original Air Date: 26 January 1994
    The Narn attack a Centauri colony, while Raiders attack transport ships. And Talia Winters arrives at the station.

    Season 1, Episode 2: Soul Hunter

    Original Air Date: 2 February 1994
    A mysterious alien who steals the souls of the living arrives on the station putting Delenn's life in danger.

    Season 1, Episode 3: Born to the Purple

    Original Air Date: 9 February 1994
    Londo falls for a beautiful slave, whose owner wants to steal sensitive information. Garibaldi discovers that someone is using a restricted communications channel.

    Season 1, Episode 4: Infection

    Original Air Date: 16 February 1994
    A living weapon wreaks havoc on the station.

    Season 1, Episode 5: The Parliament of Dreams

    Original Air Date: 23 February 1994
    A week long cultural festival is takes place on board the station. Catherine Sakai, Sinclair's old girlfriend, arrives on the station and G'Kar receives a death threat.

    Season 1, Episode 6: Mind War

    Original Air Date: 2 March 1994
    The Psi-Cops arrive at the station to capture Talia's old Psi Corps instructor. Catherine is warned not to survey a sector of space by G'Kar.

    Season 1, Episode 7: The War Prayer

    Original Air Date: 9 March 1994
    A pro-Earth group attacks a Mimbari poet and two Centauri lovers seek Londo's help.

    Season 1, Episode 8: And the Sky Full of Stars

    Original Air Date: 16 March 1994
    Sinclair is kidnapped by people who want to know what happened when he disappeared in the last battle of the Earth/Minbari war, knowledge that even Sinclair does not know.

    Season 1, Episode 9: Deathwalker

    Original Air Date: 20 April 1994
    A war criminal scientist who is the last of the notorious Dilgars is discovered on B5 bearing an extraordinary medication that all the powers want.

    Season 1, Episode 10: Believers

    Original Air Date: 27 April 1994
    An alien family refuses surgery to save their dying child.

    Season 1, Episode 11: Survivors

    Original Air Date: 4 May 1994
    Garibaldi is blamed for an accident aboard B5, leading to his return to the bottle.

    Season 1, Episode 12: By Any Means Necessary

    Original Air Date: 11 May 1994
    An illegal strike hits the station's dock workers while elsewhere on the station G'Kar tries to take part in a Narn religious ceremony.

    Season 1, Episode 13: Signs and Portents

    Original Air Date: 18 May 1994
    Londo obtains a priceless Centauri artifact and a stranger visits each alien ambassador asking only one question.

    Season 1, Episode 14: TKO

    Original Air Date: 25 May 1994
    A disgraced boxer comes to Babylon 5 to compete in the Mutai, an alien fighting match. Meanwhile, an old friend visits Ivanova so that she can mourn the loss of her father.

    Season 1, Episode 15: Grail

    Original Air Date: 6 July 1994
    A man searching for the Holy Grail arrives. Ambassador Kosh may be behind a string of attacks on the station.

    Season 1, Episode 16: Eyes

    Original Air Date: 13 July 1994
    An Colonel investigates Sinclair, and his command staff, for recent station actions.

    Season 1, Episode 17: Legacies

    Original Air Date: 20 July 1994
    A Minbari military leader's dead body disappears on the station.

    Season 1, Episode 18: A Voice in the Wilderness: Part 1

    Original Air Date: 27 July 1994
    One of Delenn's old friends arrives on the station when an extinct civilization is found on the planet that Babylon 5 orbits.

    Season 1, Episode 19: A Voice in the Wilderness: Part 2

    Original Air Date: 3 August 1994
    An Earthforce captain and an alien race both lay claim to the planet below.

    Season 1, Episode 20: Babylon Squared

    Original Air Date: 10 August 1994
    B5's immediate predecessor, Babylon 4, suddenly reappears after mysteriously vanishing years ago.

    Season 1, Episode 21: The Quality of Mercy

    Original Air Date: 17 August 1994
    Talia must enter the mind of a convicted murderer while Dr. Franklin goes to Downbelow to investigate a doctor who apparently is 'magically' healing people.

    Season 1, Episode 22: Chrysalis

    Original Air Date: 3 October 1994
    Garibaldi investigates a death on the station which leads him to a terrible discovery.

    Season 2

    Season 2, Episode 1: Points of Departure

    Original Air Date: 2 November 1994
    As Captain John Sheridan assumes command of B5, he learns the reason why the Minbari inexplicably surrendered to Earth in the Earth-Minbari war.

    Season 2, Episode 2: Revelations

    Original Air Date: 9 November 1994
    G'Kar brings news of an old enemies return. Dr. Franklin tries to bring Garibaldi out from his coma. Delenn returns, quite changed.

    Season 2, Episode 3: The Geometry of Shadows

    Original Air Date: 16 November 1994
    Ivanova deals with a Drazi custom, which only occurs once every 5 years. Techno-mages arrive on the station.

    Season 2, Episode 4: A Distant Star

    Original Air Date: 23 November 1994
    Captain Sheridan's old commanding officer arrives at the station, and disaster ensues in Hyperspace.

    Season 2, Episode 5: The Long Dark

    Original Air Date: 30 November 1994
    A sleeper ship is found adrift near the station, where a deadly force awaits.

    Season 2, Episode 6: Spider in the Web

    Original Air Date: 7 December 1994
    Talia witnesses a murder at the hands of a Free Mars member.

    Season 2, Episode 7: Soul Mates

    Original Air Date: 14 December 1994
    Londo's three wives arrive on the station. Talia's ex-husband arrives. He is no longer telepathic, and offers her way to leave Psi Corps.

    Season 2, Episode 8: A Race Through Dark Places

    Original Air Date: 25 January 1995
    Bester has Talia investigate an "underground railroad" of telepaths escaping the Psi-corp.

    Season 2, Episode 9: The Coming of Shadows

    Original Air Date: 1 February 1995
    The Centauri emperor visits the station, leading G'Kar to attempt to assassinate him. Lord Refa and Londo conspire to expand their power on Centauri Prime.

    Season 2, Episode 10: GROPOS

    Original Air Date: 8 February 1995
    A task force of ground troops lead by Dr. Franklin's father is assembled at B5, leading to some friction.

    Season 2, Episode 11: All Alone in the Night

    Original Air Date: 15 February 1995
    Sheridan is kidnapped onto an alien ship and General Hague makes an unofficial visit to the station.

    Season 2, Episode 12: Acts of Sacrifice

    Original Air Date: 22 February 1995
    G'Kar asks Sheridan for Earth Force help in the Narn/Centauri war.

    Season 2, Episode 13: Hunter, Prey

    Original Air Date: 1 March 1995
    A fugitive with secret Earth Force data flees to Babylon 5.

    Season 2, Episode 14: There All the Honor Lies

    Original Air Date: 26 April 1995
    Sheridan kills a Minbari warrior in self-defense.

    Season 2, Episode 15: And Now for a Word

    Original Air Date: 3 May 1995
    ISN arrives on the station to film a documentary of the station and crew.

    Season 2, Episode 16: In the Shadow of Z'ha'dum

    Original Air Date: 10 May 1995
    Sheridan discovers that Morden has a connection with his dead wife. Nightwatch, a new agency on Earth is trying to recruit new personnel.

    Season 2, Episode 17: Knives

    Original Air Date: 17 May 1995
    An old friend asks for help from Londo. Sheridan is possessed with a strange creature.

    Season 2, Episode 18: Confessions and Lamentations

    Original Air Date: 24 May 1995
    Dr. Franklin tries desperately to find a cure for a disease which is killing off all the Markab on the station.

    Season 2, Episode 19: Divided Loyalties

    Original Air Date: 25 July 1995
    Lyta Alexander returns to the station with news that one of the officers on the station is an undercover operative.

    Season 2, Episode 20: The Long, Twilight Struggle

    Original Air Date: 1 August 1995
    The Narn/Centauri War comes to a devastating turn of events.

    Season 2, Episode 21: Comes the Inquisitor

    Original Air Date: 8 August 1995
    Kosh tests Delenn's allegiance while G'Kar attempts to bring his people together on Babylon 5.

    Season 2, Episode 22: The Fall of Night

    Original Air Date: 15 August 1995
    While the Centauri/Narn war escalates the Earth government enters into a non-aggression treaty with the Centauri. While in Keffer is in Hyperspace, he discovers a dangerous secret.

    Season 3

    Season 3, Episode 1: Matters of Honor

    Original Air Date: 6 November 1995
    A small colony is attacked by the Shadows. It's the location of a Ranger training base, Marcus Cole goes to Babylon 5 to get help. Sheridan and Delenn embark on a mission to help the Rangers in the newly built White Star. Meanwhile Earth force sends a representative to find out more about the ship that destroyed Lt. Keffer.

    Season 3, Episode 2: Convictions

    Original Air Date: 13 November 1995
    A mad bomber is loose on Babylon 5. When they find him, he threatens to detonate the station, if his demands are not met. Meanwhile G'Kar and Londo are trapped in an elevator. Londo wants to work together so they can escape, but G'Kar refuses to aide his nemesis.

    Season 3, Episode 3: A Day in the Strife

    Original Air Date: 20 November 1995
    Sheridan and Ivanova deal with a dispute with the worker's guild. Then a probe arrives, and gives the station a test. If they pass, it promises to share advanced technology, if they fail the station will be destroyed in a few hours. Garibaldi talks to Franklin about his stim use-age.

    Season 3, Episode 4: Passing Through Gethsemane

    Original Air Date: 27 November 1995
    Kosh's ship arrives at the station bearing a surprise visitor, Lyta Alexander returns after visiting the Vorlon home world. Brother Edward, a monk with Brother Theo visits with Delenn to discuss religion. Soon he begins to hear voices. They discover that Edward is experiencing repressed memories, someone is forcing him to relive past moments. Why would someone make a monk relive such horrors?

    Season 3, Episode 5: Voices of Authority

    Original Air Date: 29 January 1996
    Sheridan has an interesting time dealing with the new Political Officer stationed by EarthGov and Ivonova visits the planet below Babylon 5 in search of the "first ones".

    Season 3, Episode 6: Dust to Dust

    Original Air Date: 5 February 1996
    Bester returns to Babylon 5 to stop the flow of Dust, a powerful new drug which can temporarily unlock telepathic powers. But Captain Sheridan and the crew can't risk Bester reading their minds and uncovering their secret Shadow war preparations.

    Season 3, Episode 7: Exogenesis

    Original Air Date: 12 February 1996


    Season 3, Episode 8: Messages from Earth

    Original Air Date: 19 February 1996


    Season 3, Episode 9: Point of No Return

    Original Air Date: 26 February 1996
    Nightwatch takes control of Babylon 5 security. The widow of the former Centauri Emperor visits Londo, and gives Londo and Vir news of their future.

    Season 3, Episode 10: Severed Dreams

    Original Air Date: 1 April 1996
    President Clark escalating his brutal repression of the people of Earth Alliance, Captain Sheridan declares Babylon 5 independent.

    Season 3, Episode 11: Ceremonies of Light and Dark

    Original Air Date: 8 April 1996
    After severing ties with Earth, the command staff must deal with some unexpected issues. Delenn suggests they go through a Minbari rebirth ceremony. Secrets are revealed, and hidden dangers are revealed as a group loyal to Clark takes Delenn hostage.

    Season 3, Episode 12: Sic Transit Vir

    Original Air Date: 15 April 1996
    Vir returns to Babylon 5, and meets his fiancée'. As he and his bride to be get to know her, a Narn attacks, and takes a blood oath to kill them. The command staff must figure out why someone would want to kill Vir.

    Season 3, Episode 13: A Late Delivery from Avalon

    Original Air Date: 22 April 1996


    Season 3, Episode 14: Ship of Tears

    Original Air Date: 29 April 1996
    Bester arrives in a starfury. He wants their help in tracking down weapons, which turns out to be telepaths captured by the Shadows. The discover why the Shadows wanted telepaths for their war.

    Season 3, Episode 15: Interludes and Examinations

    Original Air Date: 6 May 1996
    Garibaldi tries to get Franklin to face up to his stim usage. Londo waits anxiously for Adira to return. Morden returns first, and manipulates the situation to his advantage. The alliance asks Sheridan to prove he has forces equal to the Shadows before they will commit. Sheridan calls on Kosh for assistance, but Kosh is resistant at first, Kosh finally agrees to help Sheridan, and later pays the price for his involvement.

    Season 3, Episode 16: War Without End: Part 1

    Original Air Date: 13 May 1996
    Babylon 4 reappears. Sinclair returns to Babylon 5 with a mission to take Babylon 4 where it is most needed. This is a continuation of First Season's Babylon Squared. Many things about the past are explained. And some surprises about the future are revealed

    Season 3, Episode 17: War Without End: Part 2

    Original Air Date: 20 May 1996
    The mission to send Babylon 4 where it's needed continues. Sinclair's destiny is revealed. Sheridan sees what will happen to Centauri Prime in the future. Zathras explains who the "One" is.

    Season 3, Episode 18: Walkabout

    Original Air Date: 18 August 1996
    Kosh's replacement arrives and Dr. Franklin falls in love with a singer during his search.

    Season 3, Episode 19: Grey 17 Is Missing

    Original Air Date: 1 September 1996
    With Sinclair gone, the Rangers need a new leader, and everyone looks to Delenn. But some in the warrior caste will not accept her in this new role, and seek a way to block her. Marcus must stop Neroon from interfering in the ceremony at any cost. Meanwhile Garibaldi investigates the death of a maintenance worker and a mysterious cult on a section that "vanished"

    Season 3, Episode 20: And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place

    Original Air Date: 8 September 1996
    Religious leaders gather on Babylon 5 bringing news of events on Earth. Sheridan and Delenn figure out where the Shadows will strike next. G'Kar is captured by Refa, this will lead to a final confrontation with Londo.

    Season 3, Episode 21: Shadow Dancing

    Original Air Date: 15 September 1996
    Delenn asks the League for ships for a mission, she won't tell them where or when the mission will take place. The League hesitates, but they agree to support her. The fleet manages to prevent an attack by a Shadow Fleet. Franklin finally finds himself, and confronts his inner demons. An unexpected visitor from Sheridan's past arrives.

    Season 3, Episode 22: Z'ha'dum

    Original Air Date: 22 September 1996
    Sheridan goes to Z'Ha'Dum, to try and prevent the fall of Centauri Prime, and end the Shadow War. Secrets are revealed, and Kosh's warning haunts Sheridan.

    Season 4

    Season 4, Episode 1: The Hour of the Wolf

    Original Air Date: 4 November 1996


    Season 4, Episode 2: Whatever Happened to Mr. Garibaldi?

    Original Air Date: 11 November 1996


    Season 4, Episode 3: The Summoning

    Original Air Date: 18 November 1996


    Season 4, Episode 4: Falling Toward Apotheosis

    Original Air Date: 25 November 1996


    Season 4, Episode 5: The Long Night

    Original Air Date: 27 January 1997


    Season 4, Episode 6: Into the Fire

    Original Air Date: 3 February 1997
    Sheridan has managed to get the Vorlons and Shadows into one sector, where they are not attacking each other directly. He and Delenn lead a fleet into the sector where the source of the conflict is finally revealed, this is the end of the Shadow War.

    Season 4, Episode 7: Epiphanies

    Original Air Date: 10 February 1997


    Season 4, Episode 8: The Illusion of Truth

    Original Air Date: 17 February 1997
    ISN reporters come to Babylon 5 to interview the Command staff, and film them for a documentary. The staff is reluctant at first, but they finally agree.

    Season 4, Episode 9: Atonement

    Original Air Date: 24 February 1997


    Season 4, Episode 10: Racing Mars

    Original Air Date: 21 April 1997


    Season 4, Episode 11: Lines of Communication

    Original Air Date: 28 April 1997


    Season 4, Episode 12: Conflicts of Interest

    Original Air Date: 5 May 1997


    Season 4, Episode 13: Rumors, Bargains and Lies

    Original Air Date: 12 May 1997
    Delenn meets with Neroon to discuss the war that's torn their planet apart. She proposes a plan but she'll need his support. Sheridan launches an eccentric plan involving misdirection, rumors, etc, to get the League to agree to a new role for the White Star Fleet.

    Season 4, Episode 14: Moments of Transition

    Original Air Date: 19 May 1997
    The Mimbari war between the warrior and the religious castes comes to an end. Leading to the formation of a new Grey Council. Bester comes to Babylon 5 to make Lyta an offer. Clark's forces attack a transport filled with thousands of civilians, prompting Sheridan to change strategies.

    Season 4, Episode 15: No Surrender, No Retreat

    Original Air Date: 26 May 1997
    After Clark's order causes the death of civilians, Sheridan decides it's time to attack Clark's forces directly. First mission is a colony that's being oppressed by some Earth Cruisers. Some in Earth force also distrust Clark, Sheridan might find some allies, amongst those he might be fighting.

    Season 4, Episode 16: The Exercise of Vital Powers

    Original Air Date: 2 June 1997
    Garibaldi meets with his benefactor. He wants to join with Edgar Industries. But his employer wants proof of his commitment. He want Garibaldi's to bring in Sheridan. Meanwhile Franklin finally manages to temporarily revive a telepath that had been captured by the Shadows. He'll need Lyta's help to continue his research

    Season 4, Episode 17: The Face of the Enemy

    Original Air Date: 9 June 1997
    Garibaldi sets up Sheridan who is promptly taken into custody by Clark's men. Garibaldi's behavior and what happened to him when he disappeared in his Starfury is revealed.

    Season 4, Episode 18: Intersections in Real Time

    Original Air Date: 16 June 1997
    Sheridan has been captured. Now he's being tortured for information. How long can he hold out?

    Season 4, Episode 19: Between the Darkness and the Light

    Original Air Date: 6 October 1997
    Garibaldi now freed of Bester's influence tries to find allies to free Sheridan. But no one trusts him, not even those who used to call him friend. Now Garbaldi, Franklin, and Lyta try to free Sheridan. Meanwhile Ivanova and Marcus find out Clark has new more powerful ships. They take a contingent of White stars to destroy the new ships, someone will pay a high price for the victory.

    Season 4, Episode 20: Endgame

    Original Air Date: 13 October 1997
    The battle for Earth concludes as Sheridan leads his forces to Earth to confront Clark's forces in an all out battle. Meanwhile Marcus learns of the alien device Franklin used to heal Garibaldi when he was critically injured. But to save a person's life, someone else must die.

    Season 4, Episode 21: Rising Star

    Original Air Date: 20 October 1997
    Earth is now free from Clark. Sheridan must now face the new President for his actions. He's forced to resign. Delenn, G'Kar, and Londo offer the Earth President a chance to join the newly formed Inter Stellar Alliance. Garibaldi searches for Lise. Ivanova revives and tries to deal with what her recovery cost someone else.

    Season 4, Episode 22: The Deconstruction of Falling Stars

    Original Air Date: 27 October 1997
    In the distant future, a man exams key moments in history that have shaped the world. Starting with the formation of the Alliance that was formed on Babylon 5.

    Season 5

    Season 5, Episode 1: No Compromises

    Original Air Date: 21 January 1998
    Captain Lochley arrives just as preparations are underway for Sheridan's swearing in ceremony as the President of the newly formed Interstellar Alliance. Telepaths arrive seeking a sanctuary while they search for a home world.

    Season 5, Episode 2: The Very Long Night of Londo Mollari

    Original Air Date: 28 January 1998


    Season 5, Episode 3: The Paragon of Animals

    Original Air Date: 4 February 1998


    Season 5, Episode 4: A View from the Gallery

    Original Air Date: 11 February 1998
    A day in the life of 2 maintenance workers on Babylon 5. As crisis arises, they encounter the command staff, and the ambassadors each dealing with the crisis.

    Season 5, Episode 5: Learning Curve

    Original Air Date: 18 February 1998


    Season 5, Episode 6: Strange Relations

    Original Air Date: 25 February 1998


    Season 5, Episode 7: Secrets of the Soul

    Original Air Date: 4 March 1998


    Season 5, Episode 8: Day of the Dead

    Original Air Date: 11 March 1998
    It is the Brakiri Day of the Dead. They purchase a large section of the station for their holiday. That night everyone in that sector meets with people who have passed away. Most of the inhabitants of the sector are happy to see their loved ones, but Lennier's encounter leaves him with troubling news about his future.

    Season 5, Episode 9: In the Kingdom of the Blind

    Original Air Date: 18 March 1998


    Season 5, Episode 10: A Tragedy of Telepaths

    Original Air Date: 25 March 1998


    Season 5, Episode 11: Phoenix Rising

    Original Air Date: 1 April 1998


    Season 5, Episode 12: The Ragged Edge

    Original Air Date: 8 April 1998


    Season 5, Episode 13: The Corps Is Mother, the Corps Is Father

    Original Air Date: 15 April 1998
    A day in the life of Alfred Bester, who starts his day in Psi Corps HQ, where he is well liked and respected. He gets an assignment to track down a rogue telepath, two recruits accompany him. They follow the telepath's trail to Babylon 5, where he isn't as popular.

    Season 5, Episode 14: Meditations on the Abyss

    Original Air Date: 27 May 1998


    Season 5, Episode 15: Darkness Ascending

    Original Air Date: 3 June 1998
    Sheridan finally discovers why Delenn had Lennier assigned to the White Star Fleet, and orders his ship to return. But Lennier takes his fighter and continues his mission, where he finally gets the information the Alliance needs. Lyta contacts G'Kar and reminds him of the offer he made to her in "The Gathering." She's willing to help the Narn in exchange for money to find a home world for telepaths.

    Season 5, Episode 16: And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder

    Original Air Date: 10 June 1998
    The Alliance show the member worlds evidence of the Centauri actions, while Londo and Vir are in their room with copies of the evidence. Eventually they're let into the meeting, where they all see the evidence Lennier gathered. Sheridan comes up with a plan to peacefully enforce a blockade, but Garibaldi's issues jeopardize his plans.

    Season 5, Episode 17: Movements of Fire and Shadow

    Original Air Date: 17 June 1998
    Londo and G'Kar return to Centauri Prime to figure out who in the government started the attacks, and are put in jail. G'Kar eventually figures a way for Londo to get out, and Londo tries to gather support. Garibaldi learns of two member worlds's plans to attack Centauri Prime. He informs Sheridan, who rushes off to try and stop the attack. Delenn and Lennier head back to Minbar to convince the council to build new ships, but are attacked in hyperspace. Lyta and Franklin find out what's been controlling the Centauri attack fleet.

    Season 5, Episode 18: The Fall of Centauri Prime

    Original Air Date: 28 October 1998
    Centauri Prime has been attacked, thousands have died. Londo finds out the truth, who masterminded the war, and why they allowed the attack on Centauri Prime to happen. Londo becomes Emperor, and has to act hostile to those he once called "friend."

    Season 5, Episode 19: The Wheel of Fire

    Original Air Date: 4 November 1998
    G'Kar returns to the station to find he has become a religious icon. Sheridan confronts Garibaldi about his drinking problems. Lyta is taken into custody for planning attacks on Psi Corps. Delenn collapses, and they find out she's pregnant.

    Season 5, Episode 20: Objects in Motion

    Original Air Date: 11 November 1998
    Garibaldi and Lise are going to get married, he'll run her late husband's company. An assassin is hired to kill Lise. Zack has a plan to smoke him out, but another person wants G'Kar dead as well. Both attacks are prevented. Garibaldi deals with the people who ordered the hit on Lise. G'Kar and Lyta leave the station.

    Season 5, Episode 21: Objects at Rest

    Original Air Date: 18 November 1998
    Garibaldi forms a new Board of Directors for his company. Ta'Lon becomes the new Narn ambassador. Sheridan and Delenn leave for Mimbar. An accident on board their White Star ship creates doubt/hesitation for Lennier, who fails to act appropriately. He leaves the ship, and tells Delenn he'll come back one day to atone for what he's done. Sheridan and Delenn are greeted by Londo on Mimbar who has a gift for them.

    Season 5, Episode 22: Sleeping in Light

    Original Air Date: 25 November 1998
    20 years after he visited Z'Ha'Dum, Sheridan knows his time is short and gathers his old comrades together. Afterwards he takes personalized White Star to Babylon 5 where it's going to be decommissioned shortly. The final leg of his journey takes him to Coriana 6 where they ended the Shadow War, and meets with one last person. The old command staff gather on Babylon 5 to watch its decommissioning.
     
  2. Tom

    Tom An Old Friend

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    Who was your favorite character?

    Which was your favorite alien civilization?

    Which had the best ship design?

    Who was your favorite Guest Star?
     
  3. Kevin

    Kevin Code Monkey Staff Abductee

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    The series started off great but by the last season it seemed as though the writers just lost direction. I would still argue that the first few seasons of B5 is what DS9 should have been.
     
  4. ultraviolet

    ultraviolet Stealth Assassin

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    i treated myself for my birthday all of the babylon 5 seasons, so cheap now realy.
    this for me is still the best scifi tv show out there, makes the star trek universe look positively dull, plus the amazing story arc covering all of the seasons is just amazing.
     
  5. Cool2212

    Cool2212 Cadet

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    i love babylon 5!! :D
     
  6. Starbeast from Planet X

    Starbeast from Planet X Benevolent Galaxy Being

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    The first season is still my favorite​
     
  7. Tim

    Tim Creative Writer

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    I always used to look forward to watching new episodes, in the hope it would kick off with some exhilarating battle, but they always fizzled out. The same thing sort of happened with the later series' of DS9.

    Claudia Christian's monologue as she went for the final Earth push sticks in the mind after Markus gave his life for her. I only recently got hold of a dvd set from the low budget Starhyke series that was made over here. Sort of a mix between Red Dwalf and Hyperdrive. She's starting to age a bit, but gracefully.

    If you sit down and watch the entire B5 collection back to back, you see the adult humour that pops out from time to time. The murderous revenge, that 'statue' of the Centauri love goddess, and the diplomatic bedchamber scene with Claudia Christian "Boom shaka laka!" The scene focusing on the repairmen was illuminating.
     
  8. ultraviolet

    ultraviolet Stealth Assassin

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    i'm happyly going through all of the seasons right now, i know it was made in 1994, but, i can still remember most of the episodes. hopefully doing all of it over about a month or so i'll be able to fully appreciate the amazing story arc i grew to love so much.

    season 4 is my fave; the shadow war is excellently done

    my face character has to be Londo followed closely by Morden, Bester and Lyta Alexander
     
  9. Tom

    Tom An Old Friend

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    The Game

    http://ifhgame.ru/main/

    General information about "I've Found Her" game
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    Do not be confused!

    There is a lot of confusion about IFH campaigns, their number, their playability and release dates. This introduction is designed to make it clear and comprehensible. There is only one campaign available for download:"Danger and Opportunity". After its release, there have been a few updates and additional mission releases for this campaign. They are all availavle in "Danger and Opportunity" section! Besides, we have announced two IFH campaigns: "Black Omega" and "Deltawing"! They are currently in works and not yet available for public. Also, there is so-called "IFH Main", the initialy planned story for "I've Found Her". This prospective campaign is not yet in production, but hopefully will be. Someday...


    Shadow Uprising Written by Renderer [5882341236239999911096820329323]...Coded transmission
    From Virenna to Shi Alyt Sinevar
    “Greetings, Shi Alyt. This transmission is encrypted, so you can be sure that no one else is going to read it. I am making this report in a hurry because we don’t want to abuse Valen with our presence longer than necessary. As the last four survivors from Rathor’s squadron, we owe him enough already. He also agreed to send this report back to you, Shi Alyt, to let you know about our current status. So, I’m reporting that Rathor, Newall, Lintor and Nizann are dead and their ships destroyed. The other four pilots are in good shape, and their fighters operational after minor servicing, kindly provided by the Rangers. I am very sorry about Rathor; I know he was a friend of yours, so please accept my sincere condolences.
    Three days ago we discovered a Shadow scout vessel near the border world of Tunai. We tracked it for two days, as Rathor reported earlier, but in the end it suddenly disappeared without a trace. Soon afterwards, two war cruisers of the Wire Wings clan, Ovilann and Takhai, were attacked and destroyed by two Shadow warcruisers supported by several fighter groups. It happened exactly in our area of operation. However, a few pilots from the destroyed warships managed to report the enemy presence before they were vaporized. We received their distress call and entered the system by Rathor’s order, observing all necessary precautions. We arrived too late, of course; there were no survivors.
    And then we saw it. Huge, black and hideous. This creature of horror waited for us, we heard its victorious scream in our minds. In that moment we all knew we were doomed, and prepared to die. But suddenly it released something that looked like a dense spiked ball of black, turned around and disappeared into hyperspace the way the Shadows do. Suddenly, the ball separated into a few dozens of the infamous Shadow fighters, that attacked us from all directions at once. I think the enemy decided that the fighters could kill us without the help of their mothership.
    There were eight of us in the squadron, but a few minutes later there were five. We called for help immediately after the enemy’s arrival, but no-one believed that our request would be heard. We fought desperately and killed two of these black fighters, but there were too many of them — at the beginning of the battle my ship’s computer displayed twenty-four hostile marks. Rathor had ordered to concentrate on evasive maneuvers, and to try to retreat to the jumpgate. That was his last order; his ship was cut off by four enemy fighters and destroyed. But he showed a lot of bravery and managed to take two of them with him. Now we understood the enemy’s tactics — to kill us one by one. I took command of the squadron after Rathor’s death, and ordered everyone to regroup and follow me. And then happened something that we had all hoped for.
    Three large jumppoints opened above us, and three Minbari warcruisers jumped in. Valen and his Rangers joined the fight. They piloted the most unusual fighters I’ve ever seen. Their engines seemed to be non-gravitic, but their maneuverability was beyond imagination, which, combined with standard fighter beams, made them extremely dangerous. I saw three Shadow fighters destroyed by one of these craft in less than ten seconds! Unfortunately, no one was willing to tell me anything about it, except for the fact that these ships were made by our allies. If it’s true, then maybe there’s a hope for the end of this war.
    After the battle, Valen invited us to be his guests, and we agreed, because we were tired and our ships required some repair. A few minutes later we were on board the Aya, one of the cruisers. The Rangers treated us with great respect and reverence that surprised and pleased us all. Valen himself came to us when we left the system. He apologized for the late arrival that cost our squadron so much. He seemed very dejected despite the last victory. I assured him that he and his Rangers did all they could to save us, which was true, but I don’t really think it did make it any easier for him.
    Now Aya is on its way to the Rangers’ base of operations, but they will drop us somewhere from where we can return to Ne’Sha. We’ll join you soon, Shi Alyt.”
    — Virenna
    End of coded transmission...[5882341236239999911096820329323]


    Nirann's Sleeplessness Written by Renderer June 2, 2254
    The City of Sorrows, Minbar
    “City of Sorrows is not the right name for such a beauty”, — tiredly thought Nirann, admiring the sight of crystalline buildings of Tuzanor through the half-opened window. Their shiny walls appeared to be made of glass, with the dark sky in the background, filled with rare fluffy clouds lit by the sun from under the horizon. The sleeping city didn't look sad, it looked like a focus of peace, order, silence and the mighty hidden power, which recently was released by the impudent young race. They paid a terrible price for that mistake.
    [​IMG] It was quite dark in the Nirann’s room, and glowing computer screen was the only one source of light, spilling the strange blue sparkles on the dull grey walls decorated with plenty of shiny crystals. On a small polished three-cornered desk sat a pile of ancient-looking scrolls. Nirann was seated by the desk, a look of exhaustion hung upon her. If only it weren’t for the magnificent panorama, she would have succumbed to her fatigue much earlier. It hindered her, she could not sleep but to gaze upon its beauty.
    Not looking away from the window she reached for a carved cup which contained a herbal tea, her favorite, but missed and the cup fell down to the floor with a dull sound, splitting into a thousand shiny pieces and leaving the precious tea on the floor in a shapeless green puddle. Nirann sighed, she was too weak to collect the pieces and sweep the floor. She wasn’t even sure if she had enough strength to reach the bed. Of course, it was a beautiful cup — a gift from her friends and colleagues. And the tea was very expensive… But it didn’t matter now. Tomorrow would be the most decisive day in her whole life. And not so short a life… She had a goal to reach and no time to worry about such insignificant things like broken ware.
    A black silhouette moved in the shadows behind her, the door had opened, but Nirann didn’t turn around, she knew very well who was the one who would visit her in this hour of night. A tall man stepped through the doorway, light from the room outside illuminated his white religious caste robe. Nirann wasn’t even concerned when the man walked over and put his hand gently on her shoulder.
    “Couldn’t sleep, Nirann?” — he asked with a concerned tone.
    “Yes,” — she answered motionlessly, still looking out the window.
    “That dream again?”
    “Yes.”
    The man shook his head disappointedly, but suddenly young and mischievous smile lit up his face. He had to say something encouraging, had to lift her spirits, make her a little more talkative.
    “I always thought my daughter was a historian, not a dream weaver…” — he said half-jokingly. “I can’t believe I was wrong…”
    These words made her smile, finally, but that weak smile was only the sign of exhaustion.
    “We must understand the meaning of our dreams to better understand ourselves,” — she said, barely audible. “I believe those are your words, father…”
    “Yes, mine. But now you should think not of the dreams about the past, but of you’re future. I don’t think it would be wise to fall asleep during your meeting with Satai tomorrow… And you won’t be able to dream about the beings of light anymore… You’re going to see nightmares… Only…”
    “I cannot sleep,” — she replied weakly. “Not now…”
    He shrugged and sat down beside her, still smiling. When his studying sight stopped upon the glowing computer panel, he leaned closer, looking carefully at the perfectly sharp picture. A few seconds later he turned his face to his daughter, trying to catch her sight. But her grey eyes, like his, were dimmed by the veil of tiredness, hiding her emotions. “I’ll have to push through,” — he thought.
    “A star map? You’re studying star maps, why?”
    Nirann sighed quietly and closed her eyes with her palm.
    “I need some information,” — her voice was even and lifeless.
    “Interesting. I’m beginning to suspect that you’ve got something in your mind… Does it have anything in common with tomorrow’s visit? As far as I know these sectors are in the Earth space…”
    “Not anymore,” — she snorted with the sudden surge of icy contempt.
    “But the humans are patrolling them now,” — reasonably objected her father. “There’s no use of these sectors to anyone except for them, so now they are under their jurisdiction.”
    Nirann maliciously snorted even louder.
    “What patrolling, father? They don’t have a fleet after the Line. There are only pirates and marauders on their space lines, they can barely defend their own planet!”
    “But they build new ships,” — he said softly. “Didn’t you see them yet?”
    Suddenly, Nirann’s eyes sparkled with kind and cheerful light, her father mentally gave his praise to the universe for such a remarkable change. This time she spoke with sarcasm.
    “No, how could I see them, I'm just a dream weaver…”
    Father has burst out laughing, and Nirann embraced him and buried her face on his chest. Her shoulders shook slightly with laughter, and it finally dispersed all remains of misunderstanding and awkwardness.
    “Sometimes I even feel pity for your husband-to-be,” — he noted with the slight inflection of malice. “Because sometimes the Warrior Caste seems to be the true calling of your heart. So, it is… Nirann?” He called, not seeing any reaction from her. He knew he deserved a good and definitely not Religious punch in the ribs by joking like this with her, but she did nothing — she slept, her arms wrapped around his neck, like in unbelievable times so many years ago, when he dangled her in his arms.
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    Babylon 5: I’ve Found Her campaigns
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    Main Campaign​
    The initial IFH campaign, announced in 1999 as the first and only "I've Found Her" title. The events of the main campaign take place in 2254 and are set around it's main character — Commander Richard Kelly, and also covers the events of over a thousand years starting with the last Great War against the Shadows.. No major story details have been unveiled about this campaign, for the future is not set and there's no fate but what we make for ourselves.

    Danger and Opportunity​






    Prequel campaign, announced in 2002, released December 25, 2003. This campaign was intended as a "quick fix" when the initial Main Campaign development was stalled bu many difficulties. It's called a prequel because it takes place just before the events of IFH Main.

    Black Omega​

    Sequel campaign for D&O, announced 2005. Black Omega is the elite Starfury squadron attached to the Psi Corps. This small but capable task force could be the last line of defense for all of humankind, although there are just a few people on Earth and other colonies who are even aware of their existence, let alone their names. Now it is your turn to join Black Omega squadron with Nikolai Shevchenko, the decorated veteran pilot who left Earthforce to seize his true destiny among his own kin, the Psi Corps.

    Deltawing​






    For this campaign, we've decided to abandon the classic mission based ideology and move to the next level of gameplay interactivity of an Elite-style game! Since our resources are rather limited, instead of giving the player the entire galaxy to explore, we've decided to contain the story within the single star system - in this case, the Beta 139. There's a lot of exploration to be made and things to be found and studied.



    AVAILABLE DOWNLOADS:

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    “Babylon 5: I’ve Found Her” prequel campaign “Danger and Opportunity”Full Package (257 MB)
    Install this update before running custom missions!
    Latest 1.15 RC6 update (16 MB)

    “Babylon 5: I’ve Found Her”
    mission packs:
    (NEW!)“The Good Guys”
    “Believers”
    “Epiphanies”
    “Horatio”


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    This package contains the latest 1.15 RC3 update!
    “Babylon 5: I’ve Found Her” prequel campaign “Danger and Opportunity”Full Package (273,4 MB)

    “Babylon 5: I’ve Found Her”
    mission packs:
    (NEW!)“The Good Guys”
    “Believers”
    “Epiphanies”
    “Horatio”


    The official Deltawing website has been updated with official wallpaper. You can get it at the DOWNLOADS section. Any feedback is highly appreciated, as always. We will be glad to hear your opinion at the Deltawing forum!
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    Attention Windows 7 users! Written by Renderer Tuesday, 20 July 2010 11:33
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    There have been numerous reports about different performance and stability issues in Windows 7 (both 32 and 64 bit). To fix this, we suggest downloading and installing the latest update - 1.15 RC6! This should hopefully fix most of the known problems. This update should work with both 32 and 64 bit operating systems.​
    If upgrading to 1.15 RC6 does not help, here is another bit of advice from our friend CmdrPatterson:​
    It seems, you have to run IFH in the windows compatability mode for it to work properly.
    So to do that just right click on the executable and click "properties", then the compatability tabe and set it to Windows XP Service Pack 2, and I have found that for some strange reason you have to click the "Disable desktop composition" section. Don't ask me why. Only the Vorlons know for sure...

     
  10. Tom

    Tom An Old Friend

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    I have the full package but have not tried any of the add-on packs yet. Runs good in Win Vista as long as I clear my memory before I run it.

    It's H A R D to master! .... Think Simulator
     
  11. ultraviolet

    ultraviolet Stealth Assassin

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    anyone like Crusade? the B5 spin-off. cut short half way through the first season
     
  12. MakeMoneyHard

    MakeMoneyHard Cadet

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    Am I the only one thinking that the first season is a bit dull, and the series really becomes great after that?

    I really think Babylon 5 is the greatest sci-fi story ever told, and it's my absolute favorite show. I love the philosophical theme, and I really love Sheridan telling the Shadows and Vorlons that we won't choose between order and chaos - that's SO Nietzsche :-D
     
  13. Citizen Erased

    Citizen Erased Shiny

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    Crusade never truly got off the ground for me even if it did have just the one season. Look at Space, Above and Beyond, it had only one season but it was a hell of a one as was Firefly's. Their stories were far more engaging than those of Crusade's and the characters didnt seem to gel as well as those from say B5. The 1st season of B5 trounced Crusade's first season by a long shot, I just couldnt take to Crusade at all.
     

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