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'''Fivers''' are dedicated fans of the science fiction television show ''[[Babylon 5]]''.  As the B5 fan-base grew in the 1990's, some fans decided to venture into the [[versus]]-debating world to pit their favorite against the forces of ''[[Star Trek]]'' and ''[[Star Wars]]''.  Fan assessments of B5 capabilities vary widely from the extremely conservative estimates of [http://Babtech-onthe.net BabTech-on-the-Net] to the extremely generous estimates of the [http://B5Tech.com B5 Technical Manual].
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'''Fivers''' are dedicated fans of the science fiction television show ''[[Babylon 5]]''.  As the B5 fan-base grew in the 1990's, some fans decided to venture into the [[versus]]-debating world to pit their favorite against the forces of ''[[Star Trek]]'' and ''[[Star Wars]]''.  Fan assessments of B5 capabilities vary widely from the extremely conservative estimates of BabTech-on-the-Net (no longer available) to the extremely generous estimates of the [http://B5Tech.com B5 Technical Manual].
  
 
Particularly rabid Fivers directed so much hatred toward BabTech-on-the-Net creator [[Brian Young]] that he took his site offline for a period of time.
 
Particularly rabid Fivers directed so much hatred toward BabTech-on-the-Net creator [[Brian Young]] that he took his site offline for a period of time.

Latest revision as of 15:47, 20 June 2011

Fivers are dedicated fans of the science fiction television show Babylon 5. As the B5 fan-base grew in the 1990's, some fans decided to venture into the versus-debating world to pit their favorite against the forces of Star Trek and Star Wars. Fan assessments of B5 capabilities vary widely from the extremely conservative estimates of BabTech-on-the-Net (no longer available) to the extremely generous estimates of the B5 Technical Manual.

Particularly rabid Fivers directed so much hatred toward BabTech-on-the-Net creator Brian Young that he took his site offline for a period of time.

Trivia

At some point in the past, Fivers were also known as "lurkers".