Babylon 5: The Passing of The Techno-Mages – Invoking Darkness

Babylon 5: The Passing Of The Techno-Mages – Invoking Darkness

Babylon 5: The Passing of the Techno-Mages - Invoking Darkness is a Babylon 5 novel by Jeanne Cavelos, the third and final book of the "Passing of the Techno-Mages" trilogy.

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... ultimate destiny has been sealed by the destruction of Z´ha´dum and the passing of the Shadows shortly thereafter - with no way to procure new tech, no new mages will ever again be ... Babylon 5 Creation J ... Michael Straczynski Cast crew Babylon 5 influences Babylon 5's use of the Internet Series List of episodes Crusade (spin-off) The Lost Tales A Call to Arms The Gathering In the Beginning The Legend of the Rangers ...

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