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In [[2256]] A group of religious zealots, led by a man called [[Jeremiah]], who worked on station construction smuggle a Zarg egg into Grey Sector, sealing themselves in with it as it hatches and grows in a bizarre effort to understand the universe through Minbari religious philosophy. This particular Zarg was killed by Garibaldi using bullets from a [[Slugthrower]] and a steam pipe. <ref>[[Grey 17 is Missing]]</ref>
 
In [[2256]] A group of religious zealots, led by a man called [[Jeremiah]], who worked on station construction smuggle a Zarg egg into Grey Sector, sealing themselves in with it as it hatches and grows in a bizarre effort to understand the universe through Minbari religious philosophy. This particular Zarg was killed by Garibaldi using bullets from a [[Slugthrower]] and a steam pipe. <ref>[[Grey 17 is Missing]]</ref>
   
==Other Pictures==
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==Gallery==
[[File:Dead_Zarg.jpg|thumb|left|258px|A dead Zarg after Michael Garibaldi shot and killed it in Grey 17.]]
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Dead_Zarg.jpg|A dead Zarg after Michael Garibaldi shot and killed it in Grey 17.
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== Behind the Scenes ==
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It is possible that the extended knife-like fingers of the Zarg were a reference to Freddy Kruger of the Nightmare on Elm Street series, [[Robert Englund]] -- who played Freddy -- played Jeremiah in this episode.
 
 
 
 
 
 
== Species Design ==
 
It is possible that the extended knife-like fingers of the Zarg were a reference to Freddy Kruger of the Nightmare on Elm Street series, Robert Englund -- who played Freddy -- played Jeremiah in this episode.
 
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 18:19, September 16, 2019

A Zarg is a sentient humanoid life-form commonly referred to as a "perfect predator." According to Michael Garibaldi, it is "one of the most dangerous aliens in the sector".

In 2256 A group of religious zealots, led by a man called Jeremiah, who worked on station construction smuggle a Zarg egg into Grey Sector, sealing themselves in with it as it hatches and grows in a bizarre effort to understand the universe through Minbari religious philosophy. This particular Zarg was killed by Garibaldi using bullets from a Slugthrower and a steam pipe. [1]

GalleryEdit

Behind the Scenes Edit

It is possible that the extended knife-like fingers of the Zarg were a reference to Freddy Kruger of the Nightmare on Elm Street series, Robert Englund -- who played Freddy -- played Jeremiah in this episode.

ReferencesEdit


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