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Old June 20th 07, 13:52   #4
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Re: EpDis: Crusade: Patterns Of The Soul

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It's a reasonable episode. I only really have two complaints. Firstly that it's really dark. Literally really dark. Deliberately so, no doubt, but my eyes end up begging for some relief every time I watch it.
Doesn't the whole thing take place at night on the planet?


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The other is that the Xander-Prime elder tells Dureena that their story is a long and difficult one, and then promptly tells it in about 20 seconds flat!
Maybe he's not referring to the telling of the story or the complexity of the story. Maaaybe he's referring to their how long ago they were stranded on the planet and their struggle to survive there. They've been there for generations.



My one gripe is the Shadow Fighters having beam weapons in the flashback from probably 100 years ago. Either somebody at Netter Digital wasn't paying attention, or JMS threw us another curve.



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Does anyone else think the Qual'tham, the raider-battlewagon type ship that is transporting Dureena's people as slaves, is supposed to be a Narn vessel? Aside from the Narn-sounding name, it also seems to have Narn markings. If so it would be a nice touch, the Narn doing to others what the Centauri originally did to them.
Wouldn't this be right around the same time that the Centaurii started to occupy Narn? It could be a Narn ship, but the Narn may have just been the owners of the ship and might have been contracted by the slave owners to supply transport.
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