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ever say thank you?"

"Unnecessary," he said. "It was no trouble at all."

"Good, because I wouldn't want you to extend yourself on my behalf."

"Me? Bestir myself from my reverie all on your behalf? Wouldn't dream of it," he said, and he enjoyed the sound of her laugh. He realized just how much he'd missed it."

"Well," he said, turning toward the horizon, "shall we go inspect our new home?"

"Lead on," she said.

Marcus smiled, and with Ivanova beside him, took the first steps in the long, sunny walk that he knew they would share for a long time to come.




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Babylon 5

The Nautilus Coil

by J. Gregory Keyes

source : IRC

upload : 8.XI.2006

update : 17.II.2012

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(Originally printed in Off B5 Magazine #24)

(takes place approximately 3-4 years after B5 season 5, before the telepath war of B5+4)



"I've had just about enough of this," Michael Garibaldi said to the man with the gun.

"If you just wait quietly," the man said, adjusting his aim on Garibaldi's heart, "someone will be with you in a moment." With his free hand, he pushed aside a long lock of black hair that threatened to obscure his vision. Garibaldi almost jumped him then. In his black duster and caudric shirt, the fellow didn't look like someone who knew how to use a PPG all that well. Still, at this range anyone could get lucky.

"In a moment," Garibaldi grunted. "I've been here for a whole lot of moments already pal, and like I said, I've about had it. You wanna read my mind? Please, be my guest. You won't like what you find."

"We don't scan without permission," the telepath said, with a slight smirk that
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