beatrice_otter: Delenn--We are Starstuff (Starstuff)
The Blue-Collar Scholar of Minbar (2260 words) by keerawa
Fandom: Babylon 5
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Tags: Original Character, Worldbuilding, Cultural Differences, Alien Culture, Anthropology, Epistolary, POV Outsider, POV First Person, Ethics, Alien Mythology/Religion
Summary: The blog post by our first Earth-Minbar cultural exchange participant, Ms. Baker, is as chatty, iconoclastic, and controversial as its author.

This is a wonderful entry in the Worldbuilding Exchange 2017 ficathon.  It's about an OC, but I feel like I really got to know her in 2200 words.  She's interesting, and the meta about both Humans and Minbari is so rich.  My only complaint is that it's too short, I could easily read a whole series of this!
beatrice_otter: Delenn--Grey Council (Delenn--Grey Council)
Title: Finding the Words (the stranger in a strange land remix)
Author: beatrice_otter
Fandom: Babylon 5
Character: Catherine Sakai
Rating: G
Word Count: 4201
Remix of: Where the Stars are Strange by [archiveofourown.org profile] nenya_kadenka for [community profile] femmeremix 
Betaed by: [personal profile] shippen_stand 
Summary: To fight with the Minbari, you have to speak their language.

At AO3, linked on tumblr


The first thing a Ranger must learn--a Human ranger, that is--is Minbari. )
beatrice_otter: Sinclair--Not to Yield (Not to yield)
I need a beta for a 4k Babylon 5 fic!  Quickly!
beatrice_otter: Delenn--Grey Council (Delenn--Grey Council)
Title: In Valen’s Name
Author: beatrice_otter
Fandom: Babylon 5
Rating: G
Characters: Delenn
Word Count: 1660
Summary: A young Minbari comes to Delenn to ask advice, and a favor.

On AO3


In Valen's Name )
beatrice_otter: Delenn--We are Starstuff (Starstuff)
[personal profile] firecat asks, "Why is Babylon 5 your favorite show?"

([personal profile] schneefink, you may want to look away, because this will be FILLED with spoilers.)

Because it's awesome?  Seriously.  I mean, okay, it does have some flaws.  There are parts where the dialogue is pretty clunky and definitely NOT helped by the fact that the supporting actors couldn't always, well, act.  (Look, the main characters were pretty much all awesome actors, with the exception of Bruce Boxleitner who still did a decent job, but the guest stars were often pretty low-budget and given clunky scripts to work with and were simply not up to it.)

But the overall arc of plot, character development, worldbuilding, was breathtakingly groundbreaking in its day and is still a darn sight better than most of the long arc-driven shows we have today.  It paved the way for every show since that had a long story to tell.  Lost could not have happened without Babylon 5 showing the way.  Except that Babylon 5's arc was better than just about any other TV show arc since.  Most of them fizzle out or go weird or jump the shark; Babylon 5 didn't.  It all fits together, particularly if you chop off season 5 which was an add-on.  It makes sense in a way that a lot of the latter part of, say, Battlestar Galactica doesn't.  Most arc-driven shows, they peter out or lose steam or the writers lose track of what they're aiming for or they never had an endpoint planned out in the first place and as time goes on it really shows and the whole thing falls apart.

The thing was, Babylon 5 was J. Michael Straczynski's baby, start to finish.  He had a whole five season arc figured out from the beginning.  Not only that, he had redundancy built in.  For example, he knew he was going to need a Very Powerful Telepath for Reasons.  Like, a telepath who is WAAAAAY more powerful than any other telepath ever.  That was going to be Talia Winters (whose lover Jason Ironheart had been experimented on and turned into some sort of metahuman, and had given her a "gift" before he died that was supposed to be developed into the Very Powerful Telepathy needed for plot purposes).  But Talia's actress left the show.  So Joe Stracynski wrote her an awesome final episode ... which also happened to bring back Lyta Alexander, a telepath who'd been in the show's pilot, in which she telepathically "scanned" a Vorlon (a really mysterious and powerful alien) and then went off to try to contact the Vorlons, who then took her in and altered her and used her as a proxy, thus giving her the Very Powerful Telepathy needed to fill the plot arc originally filled by Talia.  The two women were very different, character-wise and history-wise, yet either of them could fill the same plot arc, and when one replaced the other it felt like it had been planned that way all along.  I still look back at that (and several other instances like that) and shake my head in wonder.

And the reason he could do that, that he had such tight control and move things around, is that he wrote most of the show.  There's at least one season where he wrote every single episode himself.  In a lot of ways, the series is like a novel written by one man.  So, yeah, it didn't always get as polished as it could be, but dang.  And even with all the places where the dialogue was clunky, there are other places where it's so incredibly awesome that it gives me chills.

When it first came on, of course, that wasn't why I loved it.  No, I loved it because it had wonderful characters.  The show was billed as "not Star Trek!" and it wasn't, but part of that was that the characters were allowed to be a lot more real and human and funny.  And they were allowed to grow and change over the course of the series.  Londo and G'Kar, for example, both start off very petty, and yet they also had heart and the possibility for something more.  They both change dramatically over the course of the series, together and separately, and they both have reasons to do so.  It feels natural.  It feels like real life.  They make mistakes, they learn, they grow, sometimes they backslide--they felt real.  All of the main characters felt real and three-dimensional in a way you seldom get on TV or movies.

And the worldbuilding!  Wow!  Each alien race had a culture all their own, that felt three-dimenional, too.  (Except maybe the Drazi.)  Most SF shows, each alien species has A Characteristic.  They're Stoic Warrior Aliens or they're Logical or they're whatever, and they all come from a planet that is All One Thing (a desert, or oceans, or whatever that one geographic feature is).  But there were a lot of species on Babylon 5, and any that showed up more than once got developed into something deeper.  Something complex.  Something like a real culture might actually be like, with a history and everything.  I love the Minbari the most, but the Centauri and the Narn both had some fascinating complexities.

And it had a message.  Sometimes subtle, sometimes clunky, but it was about something.  In a deeper way than Star Trek was, by that point.  You can watch the show on a number of levels--just the SF action adventure, or the political commentary, or the religious level--there was always something to explore and go deeper in.  You didn't have to delve into its message or buy into it to enjoy it, but it was there if you wanted it.

I loved it, and still do.  I love the characters.  I love the world.  I love the thoughtfulness.

beatrice_otter: Delenn--We are Starstuff (Starstuff)
[personal profile] laurajv asks: What's your favorite character, from any media, and why?

And the problem with this is the same problem I have with any "what's your favorite?" question, and that is that I've never had any one book or character or movie or anything that I could point to and go "this one is my favorite."  Even if you narrow it down, so it's "what's your favorite character on a particular show?" I almost always go, "well, that depends on my mood."  My fannish affections are extremely poly; I've never had anything resembling an OTP or OTC.  I mean, I have pairings that I like (I'd never choose to pair Luke Skywalker and Mara Jade with anyone else, nor Han and Leia with anyone but each other), but it's not a strong enough thing to go THEY CAN'T EVER BE WITH ANYONE ELSE.  Like, if someone wrote an interesting, well-written story with no character bashing where one of those two pairs broke up or never got together in the first place, I'd read it and enjoy it.  (Well.  Let me clarify that.  If you were going to pair Luke with Callista, you would have to re-write the end of Children of the Jedi so that she didn't end up in Cray's body, because that really, really weirds me out.  Like, ew, and then after that she went off the rails in the other two books she appeared in, but if she weren't in Cray's body to begin with those other books would be different, so.)  But my favorite Star Wars characters are probably Corran Horn and Mara Jade, if you take all things together.  (But then there's Thrawn!  Pelleon!  Padme!  Winter!)

Star Trek characters, well, Saavik and Spock for classic trek, everyone on DS9, B'Elanna Torres and Tuvok on Voyager, Trip and T'Pol on Enterprise, TNG I can't pick favorites, and TOS everyone but Kirk.  (He's too much of a fratboy.  They took out all the character's good points and exaggerated his bad ones.)

Babylon 5, um.  HOW CAN ONE PICK FAVORITES?  They're all awesome!  I start off with Delenn and Lennier, but then would I put them as more beloved than Londo and G'Kar?  And Vir and Na'Toth and Susan and Marcus?  Er.  Well, no.  I mean, my favorite culture to do worldbuilding with is definitely the Minbari which would normally dictate what characters I want to write about.  (Boy, howdy, does that happen with Star Trek.)  But I love Londo and G'Kar and Vir and Na'toth and all the rest so much I love to write them too even if their culture is less interesting to poke around in ...

Battlestar Galactica, I love me some Cylons.  Love 'em, love to hate 'em.  Particularly the Final Five.  And then there's Bill and Laura, love them!  Billy!  Felix!  Lee and Kara annoy me separately and together, but mostly because the show focused on them.  Like, Kara was not the only screwed up person in that fleet.  Neither was Lee.  And the last season and a half there were so many stretches that were all about their issues when I wanted to know what was happening to all the other characters that I love, but we didn't get it because we had to get Yet Another Go-Around on the Lee and Kara show.  (Or the Lee's Daddy Issues show.  Or the Kara is Messed Up Because Life Done Her Wrong show.  And I appreciated in the abstract how rare it is for a heroine to be allowed the kind of damage that Kara was while still being a hero, and it's rare for a heroine to have a Traumatic Backstory not involving rape (I mean, the messed up stalker guy who may/may not have raped her in that creepy New Caprica apartment came long after Kara was screwed up by her mother's abuse, it was a complicating factor not THE REASON FOR EVERYTHING), but still, it was too much for my taste.)

Once Upon a Time.  I ship Belle/Rumple but I'm glad she kicked him out--that's what I like about that pairing, that she's the kind of person who would do that if she had to, they love one another but Twu Wuv doesn't conquer all, and I have been so worried since the beginning that they would try to paper over the ethical issues inherent in that relationship and go "it doesn't matter that he's evil because she loves him!"  So I can't read much fic in that pairing because most of the fic tends to be in that vein.  I hate, loathe, and despise Hook with the passion of a thousand burning suns.  I love Emma, Regina, Neal (I miss Neal!) ...those three are actually probably my favorites on the show, and my favorite character that doesn't get enough love is definitely Neal.  (I mean, I prefer Emma with Neal than anybody else, but like I said I'm not really an OTP type person, and there's a lot of gen Emma and Swan Queen both, and lots of Outlaw Queen as well, to give my my Emma and Regina fixes.  Not much Neal at all.)  Other than that, Mulan and Aurora had so much potential, sigh.

MCU, my favorites are (in no particular order) Peggy, Sam, and Steve.  My favorite character there that fandom that fandom doesn't much care about is Maria Hill.  I believe in Jasper Sitwell.

Doctor Who!  Eleven is my favorite doctor, but Martha and Donna are my favorite companions.  I loved early!River, before she was ruined by making EVERY SINGLE THING IN HER ENTIRE LIFE EVER ABOUT THE DOCTOR AND SHE'LL DO INCREDIBLY SELF-DESTRUCTIVE THINGS BECAUSE OF HIM AND HIDE IT FROM HIM SO HE DOESN'T FEEL BAD.  Gah.  I don't have enough time watching Classic Who to have informed opinions there.  I like Rose as seen on the show, but get really annoyed by Rose as seen by fandom, where SHE IS THE ONE TRUE COMPANION AND EVERYTHING IS ALWAYS ABOUT HER AND THE DOCTOR GETTING TOGETHER AND/OR STAYING TOGETHER AND HE COULD NEVER CARE ABOUT ANY OTHER COMPANION THE WAY HE CARES FOR HER.  Because of this I rarely read any fanfic in which Rose occurs.

Stargate: Sam and Teal'c and Sha're and Hammond are probably my favorites, but I love them all.  And I was never into SGA enough to really have favorites, as such.  It was okay, and I think I saw every ep at least once, but eh.  I read a lot of McShep because there was a lot of it, but the two of them, separately and together, are my least favorite characters on the show.  It's not that I dislike them, but, look, they were the most formulaic and least interesting.

Terminator, I love Sarah Connor and Catherine Weaver and James Ellison and John Henry and Cameron and Jesse and ... look, the Sarah Connor Chronicles are definitely my favorite part of that franchise, and I love almost everything about that show except that it wasn't longer.

Vorkosiverse, again, there's nobody that I don't absolutely love.  Ivan, Simon, Alys, and Elli are the only major characters that I don't think I would ever say is my favorite.  All the rest, yeah, at different times and in different moods I would choose different ones from among them as my favorite.

beatrice_otter: Sinclair--Not to Yield (Not to yield)
I am plowing through the Yuletide archive, but for the first time I don't think I'll be able to read all the stories I want to read before the authors are revealed, looking through the number of tabs I have open and the amount of things I have to do tomorrow.  Now, this is because I have been doing fun stuff with family while I'm home on Christmas vacation--for example, tonight we've been playing clue and pinochle (I won the last hand with a run, aces around, and a double pinochle, it was awesome)--so I wouldn't have changed things around to get to read more.  But still, it is nice to get them all read before the authors are revealed.

[personal profile] schneefink has been watching Babylon 5 for the very first time, and posting lovely reaction posts, and Babylon 5 is one of my favorite shows ever, so it's wonderful ... except that I have SUCH a hard time remembering the exact order of things and so avoiding spoilers is hard, which makes discussion hard. And [personal profile] schneefink is very spoiler-phobic (more so than I would be) which means discussing some of the great structural stuff JMS was doing, even in vague generalities, is verboten.  I am having to gnaw my fingernails off to keep from spoiling her with each post she makes, and I'm still not always succeeding.

And remember, I am doing a Posting Meme in January!  Anything and everything you want to ask me, the post is HERE, there are a lot of open days left.

I'll be going to see Into the Woods tomorrow with my aunt, and am looking forward to it.

beatrice_otter: Plot Bunny Princess (Plot Bunny Princess)
I'm feeling the need to write something different. You know what that means; fic prompt time. So. Anyone who wants me to write them a fic, comment here. Fics will be at least 500 words long. Each person should make at least two requests, of which I will write one. Each request should contain one or more characters from the list below and a short prompt (theme, quote, etc). ONE request may be for a sequel/timestamp/missing scene/etc. from a fic I have already written. (For instance, I would not be averse at all to writing something more in the universe where Maria von Trapp from the Sound of Music was a Potential.) Crossovers are acceptable, provided I am familiar with both fandoms. I do not write slash or explicit sex.

BSG:
The Cylons (including the Final Five)
Bill Adama
Laura Roslin

Once Upon A Time:
Emma
Snow
Charming
Henry

Stargate: SG-1
Teal'c
Sam
Daniel
General Hammond
Sha're
Jacob Carter

Superman:
Clark/Kal-El/Superman
Lois
Richard
Jimmy
Perry
Kon-El
Martha Kent
Jonathan Kent

Batman:
Bruce/Batman
Lucius Fox
Jim Gordon
Tim Drake
Babs Gordon
Terry McGinnis

Wonder Woman (as long as you don't mind a mish-mash of all DC canon regarding her)

Babylon 5:
Lennier
Marcus Cole
Delenn
Vir
G'Kar
Stephen Franklin
Susan Ivanova
Londo

Star Wars:
Obi-Wan Kenobi
Princess Leia
Mara Jade
Luke Skywalker
Han Solo
Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader
Padme Amidala

Star Trek:
Spock
Amanda
Sarek
Scotty
Uhura
Sulu
Troi
Geordi
Dax
Sisko
Kira
Odo
Garak

Vorkosigan:
Any

Terminator: SCC
John
Sarah
Derek
Cameron
Ellison
Weaver
John Henry

Marvel Movieverse:
Steve Rogers
Peggy Carter
Dr. Erskine
Pepper Potts
Maria Hill
Natasha Romanov
Bucky Barnes
 

beatrice_otter: Babylon 5--Vir waving (Vir's wave)
My last and quickest-written Yuletide fic, another treat.  And the one that got far and away the most comments!  I guess people really love Timov.

Title: The Price of a Favor
Fandom: Babylon 5
Word Count:  1922 words
Written For: [personal profile] amatara 
Summary: All Timov wants to do is live quietly. With Cartagia on the throne, that may not be an option.

( When rumors began to spread about Cartagia's madness, Timov discounted them. )
beatrice_otter: Sinclair--Not to Yield (Not to yield)
[community profile] not_primetime is a fic exchange for fandoms that are too large for Yuletide but still small.  Here are my three favorites from this year.

As on a Darkling Plain by[personal profile] raspberryhunter .  Once Upon A Time, Emma & Mr. Gold, AU.  Honesty isn't the best color on Mr. Gold; Emma's talent is finding people. Emma and Gold make a deal.  I betaed this, it does a good job of exploring the dynamic between the two and aspects of Mr. Gold/Rumplestiltskin's past that most of fandom kinda ignores.

Solitude by [archiveofourown.org profile] teShara .  Babylon 5, G'Kar.  When G'kar is doing his time in the brig, he has time to think about what it all means.  Great missing scene that shows us what the show didn't: while in the brig after assaulting Londo, G'Kar went from bitter and angry and vengeful, to peaceful and introspective.  This gives us a taste of how he got from one to the other.

Walk With Me by [archiveofourown.org profile] Zebra .  Babylon 5, Timov & Delenn.  There is not enough Timov fic in the world.

beatrice_otter: Me in red--face not shown (Default)
Meme stolen from [personal profile] ljc :
  1. The Watchmen/BSG crossover about Doctor Manhattan, going off to explore the universe and create life. All this has happened before, all this will happen again. He doesn't like being called God.
  2. The BSG AU where, when Kara jumps them using the coordinates from that song at the end of the last episode, they wind up back in time in the colonies just before the Cylon attack.
  3. The Criminal Minds/SG-1 crossover where the SGC is negotiating with a planet that doesn't really want any of the standard trade goods, but they've got a high-profile serial killer but no law enforcement types with the psychological training to catch him/her. So someone suggests that hey, maybe we should lend them a BAU team for a few weeks, catch the serial killer, and give them a start on developing their own profilers.
  4. The Stargate Goes Public story that focuses on the reactions of the US military peeps who weren't in on the program. Navy guys complaining about the Air Force having starships. Special forces guys pointing out that having four-person teams is really stupid; six is a much more tactically flexible number, and if they hadn't given the Stargate to the Chair Force maybe they'd have had fewer screwups like that. JAG lawyers trying to figure out how to fit the de facto decisions made by the SGC over the years because they face situations nobody's ever thought of before into the UCMJ. Marines being ooo-rah. Etc.
  5. The Stargate story that focuses on the diplomatic teams: how they figure out what to trade with each world, and the person who noticed that most worlds are resource-rich and manpower-poor, and that the thing most useful to most worlds is technology just a leetle more advanced than whatever they've got--still within their manufacturing capabilities, but just a little more energy efficient. Cotton gins. Spinning jennies. Better plows. Better mettalurgy. Etc. Or some worlds want sheep with better wool, or larger horses, or other agricultural things. And then having to figure out how to convince General Hammond that what they really need is for the engineers (who want to be studying Ancient or Goa'uld or Asgard technology) to figure out how to build these things and teach the locals how to make and use them. Or convince General Hammond that the SGC needs to buy Merino sheep or what have you. And then figure out how to get them through the Stargate.
  6. Babylon 5. The one about the Centauri princeling in The Lost Tales that Sheridan takes home to Minbar to keep him from turning into the monster Galen says he will.
  7. Doctor Who/Atlantis. The sequel to Survivors.
  8. BSG AU. The stories hinted at in Five AUs I Will Never Write.
  9. Batman Beyond. The one where Terry's in college, still Batman, but moonlighting with the Justice League when they really need him. And they've got a list, really heavily encrypted somewhere, of family members of JL heroes, so that they can whisk them away to a secure location if necessary, and of course Terry's mom and brother are on that list but they still don't know he's Batman, and consequently are sure someone's made a mistake when they get kidnapped to a safehouse with superhero families. The security people guarding them are all, no, you're on the list, Mrs. McGinnis.
  10. Star Trek Reboot. Away team beams down, locals don't like Spock because of his brother, and Spock's all, I don't have a brother, but what's Sybok done? And it turns out that he had forced a telepathic marriage bond on one of the women in town and raped her during his Pon Farr, and now she's pregnant, and Spock has to deal with figuring out how to help her and track down his brother to bring him to justice (which traditionally would be putting him to death, but so many Vulcans have died already, but on the other hand Vulcan doesn't have the resources to deal with a prisoner and most other Federation worlds don't have prisons designed to hold such powerful telepaths as Sybok). Also, Spock has to deal with his friends and crewmates now that part of the story about Pon Farr has come out in the worst possible way.
beatrice_otter: BSG's Six with red Cylon eyes (Six)
Go check out all the lovely stories in [livejournal.com profile] remixredux08. Here is part one of my list of recs:

Desert Glass (Ordinary Time remix). In his years on Tatooine, Obi-Wan finds he has a lot to learn. Lyric, painful, but full of life.

Lucid Diamond Sky (the Misogynistic Lash cut-up). Two's company, three's a crowd. Doctor Who, the Master/Lucy.

More of the Stars and Sea (The Three Meals Remix). Stargate: Atlantis, Teyla and Radek. They were merely colleagues who dined together from time to time. Strangers on the cusp of becoming friends.

Copper and Moonlight (The Mimi & Rodolfo Remix). B:tVS, a beautiful, heartbreaking look at Giles after Becoming.

She Bangs the Drums (Losing, Losing, Lost Remix). Doctor Who, the year that wasn't. Lucy's tragedy is that she loves him.

Reverb (Three Toasters, One Dead Body, and Ellen Tigh Walk into a Bar Remix). BSG, written for me! Outside in the distance a wildcat did growl. Two riders were approaching, the wind began to howl. Spoilers for Crossroads II.

I Have Become (Death) (The J.Robert Oppenheimer Remix). Babylon 5, Lyta Alexander and the Telepath War. You never forget your first. Or your last. Lyta Alexander would know.

Hush-A-Bye Baby (The Blackberry Remix). BtVS, Dawn and Drusilla. At night, the dark-haired girl without a name glowed at her through eddies of green light.

Enemies & Friends (The “Ogron, Ogron, Ogron” Remix). Sarah Jane Adventures/Doctor Who. In which there are Ogrons and Sarah Jane Smith struggles to figure out what the hell is going on. Starring Sarah Jane Smith, Vislor Turlough, Luke Smith, Maria Jackson, Clyde Langer, K9 Mark IV, Mister Smith, Ian Chesterton, Barbara Wright, Ianto Jones, Jack Harkness, Ace, Chrissie Jackson and Lots And Lots Of Ogrons.

The Art of Memory (Bold and Lonely Remix). Doctor Who. The Doctor's a hard man to forget.

Five Pay Phones Buffy Almost Called Giles From. BtVS, the summer she ran away.

Some Mother's Son (The A-Z Remix). Stargate: Atlantis, pre-series. Mothers are fonder than fathers of their children because they are more certain they are their own.

The Great Bikini Incident (The Key to Time Remix). Doctor Who/BtVS. Dawn’s suspicious of the three electricity inspectors outside her sister’s Rome apartment.
beatrice_otter: History will attend to itself.  It always does. (History will attend to itself)

Title: The Beginning of the End
Author:

[personal profile] beatrice_otter
Fandom: Babylon 5
Rating: PG
Characters: Londo, G’Kar
Word Count: 503
Written For: [profile] erin_anderson
Prompt: Conversations between G’Kar and Londo on the journey from Babylon 5 to Centauri Prime.  Spoilers for “Strange Relations”

 

 


 

beatrice_otter: Since no one is perfect, it follows that all great deeds have been accomplished out of imperfection. (Great)
Title: The End of All Things
Author: [personal profile] beatrice_otter
Fandom: Babylon 5
Rating: PG
Characters: Londo, G’Kar
Word Count: 623
Written For: [personal profile] thady
Prompt: here at the end of all things

 

 

beatrice_otter: Delenn--We are Starstuff (Starstuff)
Title: Faith in Three Movements
Author: [personal profile] beatrice_otter
Fandom: Babylon 5
Rating: PG
Characters: Lennier, Marcus Cole, Ivanova
Warnings: none
Word Count: 1,149
Written For: [profile] wolfsavard
Prompt: Lennier, Marcus Cole, Ivanova: faith
Remixed as: Matters of Faith (The Ouroboros Bridge)

 

Lennier was raised in the temple. )

 

beatrice_otter: Me in red--face not shown (Take Ourselves Seriously)
Title: Eat, Drink, and be Merry
Author: [personal profile] beatrice_otter 
Fandom: Babylon 5
Rating: PG
Characters: G’Kar
Warnings: none
Spoilers: In the Beginning
Word Count: 1183
Written For: [profile] ryosato 
Prompt: One night at the disco

 

 

beatrice_otter: All true wealth is biological (Wealth)
Title: Primum Non Nocere
Author: [personal profile] beatrice_otter
Fandom: Babylon 5
Rating: PG
Character: Doctor Stephen Franklin
Warnings: none
Spoilers: Season 4 Civil War arc
Word Count: 716
Written for: [profile] choc_fic Round II, February 12
Prompt: Babylon 5, Doctor Stephen Franklin: fighting the Shadows.  First, do no harm.

beatrice_otter: Me in red--face not shown (Shh)
Title: Voices in the Dark: Earth
Word Count: 100
Fandom: Babylon 5/Buffy: the Vampire Slayer
Challenge: #72: Forgotten and Remembered
Spoilers: Babylon 5: The Lost Tales: Voices in the Dark

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