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Again, Morden comes to Londo, this time quite angry that Londo would interfere in his associates' activities in this way. However, Londo wants nothing more to do with Morden, so when Londo again gives him the brush off, Morden arranges for Londo to care again, by setting up the murder of Londo's true love, [[Adira Tyree]]. However, Morden takes this further, by having her murdered her with a poison of Centauri origin, convincing Londo to place the blame on Lord Refa, who is still upset about being "poisoned." This, again, places Londo in association with Morden even as he resolves to do something about Lord Refa, who has been inciting a feud between their respective houses, and weakening the defenses of Centauri Prime with constant warfare.<ref>[[Interludes and Examinations]]</ref>
 
Again, Morden comes to Londo, this time quite angry that Londo would interfere in his associates' activities in this way. However, Londo wants nothing more to do with Morden, so when Londo again gives him the brush off, Morden arranges for Londo to care again, by setting up the murder of Londo's true love, [[Adira Tyree]]. However, Morden takes this further, by having her murdered her with a poison of Centauri origin, convincing Londo to place the blame on Lord Refa, who is still upset about being "poisoned." This, again, places Londo in association with Morden even as he resolves to do something about Lord Refa, who has been inciting a feud between their respective houses, and weakening the defenses of Centauri Prime with constant warfare.<ref>[[Interludes and Examinations]]</ref>
   
In an elaborate plot staged to maximize Londo's political gain, Refa is lured to the Narn homeworld in expectations of capturing G'Kar, who is on Narn ostensibly looking for his old assistant, [[Na'Toth]]. However, the actual plan is to capture Refa, who was responsible for the decision to use mass drivers on Narn, and turn him over to G'Kar and members of the [[Narn Resistance]] who have been allowed by Londo to kill this Centauri without retaliation. Two of the reasons Londo had for having Refa killed were personal: the death of Adira (which Refa was actually innocent of), as well as those of Urza Jaddo and Prime Minister Malachi (which Refa ''had'' been responsible for). In the end, Lord Refa is surrounded by G'Kar's Narn associates and beaten to death for his involvement in the bombing of the Narn homeworld and the installation of the death camps and genetic cleansing programs. As extra incentive, Mollari also arranges for the liberation of two thousand Narn in exchange for Refa's death. On Babylon 5, Londo presents evidence of Refa's "betrayal" against the Republic and personal plots to a [[Virini|visiting Centauri minister]], gaining prestige in the royal court and ruining Refa's name.<ref>[[And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place]]</ref>
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In an elaborate plot staged to maximize Londo's political gain, Refa is lured to the Narn homeworld in expectations of capturing G'Kar, who is on Narn ostensibly looking for his old assistant, [[Na'Toth]]. However, the actual plan is to capture Refa, who was responsible for the decision to use mass drivers on Narn, and turn him over to G'Kar and members of the [[Narn Resistance]] who have been allowed by Londo to kill this Centauri without retaliation. Two of the reasons Londo had for having Refa killed were personal: the death of Adira (which Refa was actually innocent of), as well as those of Urza Jaddo and Prime Minister Malachi (''which'' Refa had been responsible for). In the end, Lord Refa is surrounded by G'Kar's Narn associates and beaten to death for his involvement in the bombing of the Narn homeworld and the installation of the death camps and genetic cleansing programs. As extra incentive, Mollari also arranges for the liberation of two thousand Narn in exchange for Refa's death. On Babylon 5, Londo presents evidence of Refa's "betrayal" against the Republic and personal plots to a [[Virini|visiting Centauri minister]], gaining prestige in the royal court and ruining Refa's name.<ref>[[And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place]]</ref>
   
 
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