The Babylon Project

We sure about "Entire"[]

Is there a double check on that? Could it be Drakh "Empire"? --Nkuzmik (talk) 06:00, March 27, 2016 (UTC)

That's why there is a reference in the article, to guarantee accuracy on the part of both the writer and the reader. If you doubt the accuracy of the word "Entire," you are encouraged to check the novel that is referenced, and correct the word if it is wrong. -- BlueResistance (talk) 12:01, March 27, 2016 (UTC)
I did notice the citation, however I don't have a copy of that novel, and I don't recall either of my local libraries any Babylon 5 novels. I could certainly request a copy via inter-library loan and verify it myself in 7-10 business days. Asking one question seemed like a slightly more expedient option. --Nkuzmik (talk) 06:10, March 28, 2016 (UTC)
Okay. It's good to explain such difficulties at the start; some readers don't understand the function of references or can't be bothered to look them up on their own. Here's a direct excerpt from the novel: "Shiv'kala had trembled slightly and let out a deep, fulfilled sigh as the keeper burrowed in, sucking and drawing sustenance from Shiv'kala's very essence. In doing so, the keeper had burrowed not only into Shiv'kala's soul but into the Drakh Entire. Shiv'kala would always have a special status with this particular keeper, would always be the most sensitive to its needs, wants, and knowledge. And the keeper, now that it was attuned, would be able to commune with any of the Drakh Entire at any given moment." -- BlueResistance (talk) 15:15, March 29, 2016 (UTC)
Remember to watch your tone guys! It's just a TV Show! Wait a second... I take that back! :) Anyway, I did a little looking into this too, and it does appear that the novel uses "Entire." Confirmed by searching google with some of the excerpt from the book listed above. Thanks for checking on this, Nkuzmik and thanks for following up BlueResistance. Radagast83 (talk) 02:34, April 10, 2016 (UTC)