Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars

That sounds exciting.
There is no doubt that today's Eidelons are a
direct descendent

of the ancient peacemaking
Eidelons of Arnessk.

They have a unique ability
tied to their physiology.

Which is latent
in our host Eidelons.

Why can't their ancestors
reignite that ability?

Thus recreating the greatest
peacemaking race in history!

Am I going insane or is the crazy lady
starting to make sense?

- Yes. But I thought we were finished.
- So did I.

What happened to
"run first, no questions later"?

Scorpius. We wake up and he finds us
before we have our first cup of coffee.

- This is not our fight.
- I agree.

But as long as there's a war on,
everyone's after me

'cause I'm the
winner-take-all weapon guy.

- Every time we get involved...
I know. People die.

We out of options?
This Eidelon
education program.

- What are the odds it'll work?
- Not good.

Not good is the best odds
we ever get.

The most exciting aspect
is the possibility

of learning how to influence
peace in others.

Noble aspiration,
High Priestess.

We have discussed it
amongst ourselves,

and would be most appreciative
if you would transport

Pikal and Caa'ta to Arnessk
for an introductory delegation.

- But we can take many more.
- As I have repeatedly said...

Centuries of hiding do not
melt away suddenly, Pikal.

We remain skeptical
about your motives.

And that's just on our side.
I know a little something
of the Leviathans

and their symbiotic Pilots.
Peaceful to a fault,
if I recall.

To Moya or myself,
violence is less than an option.

Then I have a simple query.
These beings that you ferry,
do you trust them?