The Excalibur is ordered to rendezvous with an Earth Force destroyer in the middle of nowhere. At which point they will take on two passengers and then proceed with new orders.
Galen is the vagabond techno-mage and all around git who helps out the crew of the Excalibur from time to time.
Lt. John Matheson is the first officer on the Excalibur, and the first telepath in Earth Force. He’s a beacon of hope to teeps everywhere who wanted to have a “normal” job, instead of working for the Psi Corps.
Dr.Dr. Sara Chambers is the chief medical officer aboard the Excalibur. In the fake pilot episode “War Zone” we are told that she is in charge of a team of elite doctors and scientists who will do research on the ship. But that was the last we ever saw of that elite medical staff. In the […]
Dureena Nafeel is the Excalibur’s resident thief, pick pocket, lock pick, and general underworld rat. She was enslaved and taken from her homeworld at an early age, and later escaped to freedom.
Matthew Gideon is the captain of the Excalibur, and humanities’ last hope to find a cure for the Drakh plague.
Remember the first scene of the first episode? Y’know the one where all the alien governments allow the Excalibur a right of passage through their space?
This sadguide is ordered in the order that JMS intended for the series to be aired. So when you read this review and think, “hmm this sounds like a pilot, but it’s the twelve episode, what’s up with this?”
While Max may be a sarcastic egomaniac, he has learned to love his fellow man. After about a year on the Excalibur, he has grown to respect his fellow man, rather then always try to profit from them.
Crusade starts with but a dream. A dream to continue the Babylon 5, the greatest show on television. A dream for another great space opera. But more specifically, the pilot starts with a dream.
ur story starts off an another uninhibited planet. The crew is standing outside a giant temple, trying to find a way in… for the last 12 hours. The temple is rumored to be a place of healing. But for a “hospital” it has some really thick armor, so blasting their way in is not an option.
Under orders from Earth Force, Gideon had to welcome aboard two visitors; a political officer, Welles, and his flamboyant infernal decorator Kevin Sprach.
Nothing starts the day like a Psi Corp inquisition, or as its now call the Board of Telepath Integration. Just ask Matheson. As per the new telepath rules, all teeps working with normals have to undergo periodic scans to show that they aren’t abusing their powers.
Alright porno! Now this is how you start off an episode right. Captain Gideon is watchin’ smut. And not just ordinary adult entertainment, but the kinky alien stuff. It turns out that Eilerson had to quickly give Gideon a report, and he used an old data crystal.
If you’re like me, you have a Pavlovian response to a telephone’s ring. For me I feel the need to end the ringing with a heavy mallet. Why? Because usually its not good news.