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Old April 15th 02, 04:50   #31
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Re: The Very Long Night of Londo Mollari

Sorry to see that you have made some bad choices in your life when it comes to men Kribu. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
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Old April 15th 02, 08:32   #32
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Lennier, I think it most likely that Lorien returned for Sheridan, turned his physical body into energy, and absorbed it and Sheridan's spirit into himself. It is also possible that Lorien could turn Sheridan into an individual with first one status with the help of other first ones. And when he said he could only sustain him for 20 years, he could have meant just his physical body. There are many possibilities that I don't think your analysis successfully rules out.
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Old April 15th 02, 16:50   #33
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Re: The Very Long Night of Londo Mollari

<blockquote><font class="small">Quote:</font><hr>Originally posted by RW7427:
<font color=yellow>Sorry to see that you have made some bad choices in your life when it comes to men Kribu. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]</font color=yellow><hr></blockquote>

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Old April 15th 02, 17:12   #34
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Nope. You're all wrong. It was all just in Sheridan's head. What really happened is that he decided to toke it up one last time. However, he got his doobie from the wrong dealer and got some that was laced with crazy Vorlon stuff that caused him to hallucinate everything.

As for Sheridan's body not showing up...under the influence of unknown drugs, he decided to go for a spacewalk, except he forgot about the whole space suit thing. But that's okay, he was dead anyway.

Unfortunately, a rogue Pakmara discovered Sheridan before the Alliance did, and well...you know.
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Old April 15th 02, 17:21   #35
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Not at all, Jade. It does not rule them out, not in the slightest way. It only makes them damn improbable, given that Lorien:

1. Never asked if Sheridan preferred to die or continue.
2. Considered healing him a great strain.
3. Told that he would stop.

There is a small but remarkable difference:

"He will stop, <font color=yellow>but</font color=yellow>..."
"He will stop."


Nobody gave a conclusive answer. Sheridan went to Coriana believing that he would die. My logic goes this way: if the case had been different, it would have been natural for the storyteller to hint of that possibility. Secondly, given that nothing was heard of Sheridan after that (aside from a simulation of his personality, mentioned in Deconstruction) we may assume that he was quite gone. We may of course assume that Lorien somehow took his personality, but a being like Lorien who considered the younger races capable of minding their own business would have asked permission for something like that. Given that nothing like that was neither shown nor implied, we may assume that: A. Sheridan did die or B. Lorien is a Soul Hunter. But in the end, it does not matter, because of everything gone, something remains.
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Old April 15th 02, 19:38   #36
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Re: The Very Long Night of Londo Mollari

If Sheridan did change and go with the first ones beyond the rim there would be no reason to think that even Deconstruction era humans would have heard anything from him. That was part of the point.

I also believe the question, 'Where are you going?' did come up.

The light seen from outside of the Bluestar at the end of Sheridan's human run and the fact that no body was found seemed like pretty big hints from the storyteller to me.
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Wasn't this thread about Londo? [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
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