11

The Babylon-5 episode, War Without End, shows that the Babylon-4 station was sent back in time 1000 years to help the Minbari in the war against the Shadows.

What happened to the B-4 station after that war?

I will accept answers from novelizations as well as TV episode scripts or movie scripts.

10

This was explained in the Babylon 5 comic book limited series "In Valen's Name", written by JMS (and Peter David) so definitely canon.

Delenn reveals that after the last Shadow War, Babylon 4 was taken to a place of rest, its final location a secret. The crew who took it there never returned. Its fate was a mystery for nine hundred years -- until now.

http://www.midwinter.com/lurk/comic/012.html

I can't find my copy of the series but here's what a B5 fan wiki says about the conclusion:

For over 900 years the station lay dormant, guarded by the Tak'cha, who referred to it as Ende X'Ton ("the lost station") which they believed to be a holy place. In 2261 it was found floating adrift in Sector 730 by 12 by 9 by John Sheridan, Delenn, Michael Garibaldi, and Susan Ivanova. Within 48 hours of rediscovering the station, Babylon 4 burned up in the atmosphere of the planet it was orbiting.

http://babylon5.wikia.com/wiki/Babylon_4

  • 2
    It survives for almost a thousand years, then gets destroyed within 48 hours of them finding it? Typical. – Omegacron May 28 '17 at 3:26

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.