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Bizarre Cylon Attack Unexplained

Posted by Fleet News Service on February 18, 2008

A strange boarding of all ships by Cylons ended as soon as it began. Centurions inexplicably over-ran all fleet ships and then left.

Heavy raiders and Cylons came aboard many fleet ships in a massive raid last night, including the Celestra, 7th Heaven, Pacifica and Tylium Queen.

A number of citizens were wounded in the raid, including Captains Weiland and Serapis. Other wounded included Artemus Carthage, Cobb Compton, Makal Krogstad and several pilots.

In a strange turn of events, Windy Weiland learned that she was pregnant when her stomach wounds revealed that she had lost the baby.

No one has been able to explain why the Centurions attacked, or what they wanted on the ships, or why they left.

Sable Babii – Fleet News Reporter

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One Response to “Bizarre Cylon Attack Unexplained”

  1. I have an explanation for you. In the follow up attack, 24 hours later, FTL drives on most of the ships in the Fleet failed, including three of the four ships mentioned in this report. In addition, the jump led by Pacifica in that attack somehow fouled her ability to backtrack to her last known position. Assuming that the FTL drives checked out OK right up until the second attack, some kind of external device must have been used to foul them. Likewise for Pacifica’s jump computer. I suspect that the attack mentioned in this report was used to drop off the devices that were later used in the second attack. It’s to much of a coincidence, otherwise.

    Ens. Mayfair
    Tactical Officer
    Battlestar Pacifica
    Battlestar Group 47

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