We live for the one, we die for the one.
The Anla'shok, a sacred Minbari order known to others as the Rangers, worked for a thousand years to protect innocents from the Shadows. Upholding the values of justice and courage, they became an integral part of the Interstellar Alliance, standing in harm's way to keep the peace throughout the galaxy. Now, for the first time, their secret chronicles are told in a unique series of novels. A chance discovery in an asteroid field of a weapon dating back to the Dilgar War leads to a galactic crisis of massive scale. Recently graduated among the Anla'shok, Michael Shaw finds himself thrust into the centre of calamitous events that are set to propel the Earth Alliance into war with the Centauri Republic. Sinister forces lurk within both governments, eager to shatter peace and threaten the lives of millions for their own profit and advancement. Only the Rangers stand between the status quo and this nightmarish future.
Details updated August 28, 2021
Matthew Sprange has a solid history in roleplaying design as well as writing over two dozen gaming books, including the Babylon 5, Judge Dredd and Starship Troopers games, and has won two Origins Awards for his work in miniature wargames. Death Hulk is his second novel, with his first being a trip into the Babylon 5 universe, entitled Visions of Peace.