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Raiders are drawing closer to the space station in escalated attacks. A plan is drawn up in order to try and help travellers. Sinclair is trying to find out what happened during those 24 hours in the war that was erased from his memory, and Garibaldi promises to help him out. A new visitor, Mr Morden, makes his rounds among the ambassadors, asking for an answer to a very strange question. Meanwhile, Londo is excited, a shady deal-maker has gotten over one of the most priced symbols of Centauri, and it is for sale.
Commander Sinclair: Sleep well?
Ivanova: Sleeping is not the problem. Waking up, that is a problem. I've always had hard time getting up when it's dark outside.
Commander Sinclair: But in space, it's always dark.
Ivanova: I know, I know.
Londo: (to Reno) This is not a piece of jewellery. This is not "the merchandise." This is the Eye. The oldest symbol of Centauri nobility, the property of the very first emperor. It comes from the earliest days of the Republic, lost over 100 years ago at the Battle of Nu'Shok.
Mr. Morden: (to various characters) What do you want?
Lady Ladira: I see death...destruction...fire. Babylon will fall...this place will be destroyed! Fire...death...pain...fire...death...pain...
Lord Kiro: You will forgive my aunt. She sometimes takes her role of prophetess too seriously.
Londo: Then you don't believe her vision?
Lord Kiro: She's been wrong before. On my first birthday, she said that someday I would be killed by...shadows.
Lord Kiro: Doesn't exactly make sense, does it?
Delenn: They're here.
Londo: These are no longer the good old days, Lord Kiro.
Lady Ladira: (to Londo; referring to Lord Kino) The Shadows...the Shadows are coming for him.
Ambassador Kosh: (to Mr. Morden) Leave this place. They are not for you. Go. Leave...now.
Mr. Morden: (to Londo) We will find you, Ambassador...We will find you.
Lady Ladira: The future is always changing. We create the future, with our words, our deeds, and with our beliefs. This is a possible future, Commander, and it is my hope that you may yet avoid it.