Nutso wrote:Kosh: They are alone. They are a dying people. We should let them pass.
Commander Sinclair: Who, the Narn or the Centauri?
What do you make of this?
The Centauri: It's interesting that in the episode where Kosh saves Sheridan from falling to his death, all the aliens saw their respective holy figures save Sheridan, except for Londo and I assume the other Centauri. I suppose the Vorlons never touched the Centauri. Why? They joined with the Shadows on a quest to regain the empire that they lost due to stagnation. Yet in the end, the Centauri Homeworld was sacked and will burn for decades. That was a chilling moment. We watched the Centauri avoid certain death as a Vorlon Planet Killer eclipsed their Sun and then leave, only to watch a couple years later as multiple gateways opened in the sky and rain fire down upon the Centauri.
The Narn: They were agrarian until the Centauri came and enslaved them. They overthrew their masters and set out to take revenge. In the end this drive for vengeance nearly destroyed the Narn. Yet the lesson was never learned. After G'Kar's sacrifice to save his people those people set off on the same path again. Only G'Kar, who was touched by a Vorlon, could see this was no longer the right way for the Narn.
I can easily see Rome in the Centauri. What parallel to real history can be made of the Narn?
Reliant121 wrote:We cant discount the possibility that the Human's and Minbari eliminated them both. The Centauri have already shown the capacity to attack EA and maybe in the future they would do the same to the Minbari. Even if they didn't, who knows how the mentality of the evolved humans and minbari will develop?
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