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My name is John Crichton, an astronaut... a radiation wave hit and I got shot through a wormhole…
It is my duty, my breeding, since birth! It's what I am!
I've been arrested for saying exactly the same thing on four different planets.
Sensitive D'Argo, Exuberant Chiana, Wise Rygel, Selfless Aeryn, Innocent Crichton, my children, my teachers, my loves
You frellniks. Didn't you watch any of those -those - those- those - those Earth movies? Crichton just proposed.
I'm Rygel the Sixteenth, dominar to over six hundred billion people. I don't need to talk to you.
A bio-mechanoid; a living ship
If he should ask for it, what body part are you willing to offer for it, your Eminence?
It was no accident for my brother.
You see, Crichton, this is what I'm trying to keep you from.
DRD
Diagnostic Repair Drones or DRDs are small robots that move around Leviathans
Okay...this is the best way. At least it's going to be quick, and it's going to hurt a lot less than being eaten
It's very, very simple. I am now Talyn's pilot, and we are flying back into the sun
Noranti is a Traskan - Around 293 cycles with many skill sets including chef, mediator, alchemist, botanist and healer








 

Utu-Noranti Pralatong

Charater Image Utu-Noranti Pralatong is a mysterious individual aboard Moya. She came aboard with a group of refugees rescued from the wreckage of Scorpius' Command Carrier, following the heroic self-sacrifices of Crais and Talyn, who initiated Starburst within the vessel, resulting in its implosion.

Noranti is a Traskan who has been kicking around and making trouble for most of her 293 cycles of life. She's a healer whose credo seems to begin with the phrase, "Do a little harm, just to get their attention." She's a teacher whose lessons usually are clouded in riddles and hallucinogenic dust. When she wishes to, she can read people's minds and "project" them into the past or future. She is wise, but dispassionate — forced to choose between the good of a loved one and the good of a thousand strangers, she wouldn't hesitate to sacrifice her loved one in the name of the greater good.

She is what John Crichton would call "hygienically challenged." Put plainly, she reeks because she disdains bathing herself or washing her garments. She will often help Crichton and his shipmates find the truth hiding beneath the surface of a situation — if she doesn't get them killed in the process.