The News-Review

A Service of the News Bureau of the Government of the Twelve Colonies

Leonid Representative Found!

Posted by Fleet News Service on August 16, 2007

A recon mission to Leonis looking for supplies, found a civilian transport with no power.  Aboard was Pazzo Pestana the Leonid Representative to the Quorum!  The ship was without power and adrift in orbit after being heavily damaged in the Cylon attack.  The recon party rescued the civilians and the Representative and returned to the Pacifica.  Every tale of survival also brings with it a tale of woe…

The destruction around and on Leonis was total and Cylons were still everywhere to be seen.  The radioactivity around the planet will ensure we will not be going back for a very long time.  At this point I wonder…do we keep looking back to the Twelve Colonies?  Or is now the time to look ahead….to move on and leave like Cylons did those 40 years ago?

D’Anna Biers (Dollwife Pink)
The News-Review

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2 Responses to “Leonid Representative Found!”

  1. Something Smells said

    Is anyone else having trouble with this news?

    Here’s some quick math:

    1) A near-demolished planet, crawling with Cylons, PLUS
    2) One extremely brave (or extremely lucky) human who somehow survives the destruction, PLUS
    3) Few details about how the representative survived (or are there others we’re not being told about?), AND OF COURSE…
    4) Swirling rumors about Cylon-sympathetic spies (or even, Cylons that look like us).

    Add it all up, and what you’re left with is a very clever plot…and a government impostor waiting for the chance to carry it out.

    A concerned Colonial

  2. Commander Nephilim said

    Point number two is not valid, there were other survivors on that ship. Besides, how many transport vessels have gone pwerless in peacetime? Mechanical failures wont stop for the War. Paranoia is an enemy to us in these times. Every shadow should not be jumped at.

    Keep Civilization Alive,

    Commander Angelica Nephilim

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