Tory Foster became President Roslin’s Chief of Staff following the death of former aide Billy Keikeya and has always remained loyal to the President.
Helo returns to Galactica with Sharon—pregnant with his half-human, half-Cylon child—seeking a peaceful life as a family.
William Adama’s long-time friend and ex- Executive Officer is a loyal but gruff and war-battered man.
Galactica’s chief mechanic Tyrol is firm, fair and often so strongly loyal that he tends to become recklessly irrational when someone close to him is in danger.
Number Eight has a stubborn capacity to love and becomes attached to human relationships.
Seductive and ruthless, Six is one of a new breed of Cylons developed by Cylon cybernetic technology to be indistinguishable in appearance from humans.
Number Three has an adamant—and taboo—curiosity about Cylon religious mysteries.
Scientific genius and moral weakling, Gaius Baltar is constantly torn between self-interest and guilt.
Formerly captain of the Caprica Buccaneers pyramid team, Anders was rescued from Caprica by Starbuck and the two are now married.
Lee is driven by a strong moral sense of right and wrong, which often causes clashes with his father William Adama.
Dualla serves as Executive Officer of the Pegasus.
Known for his technical brillance as Galactica’s former Tactical Officer, Gaeta is an aide to President Baltar.
Commander Adama’s star pilot ‘Starbuck’ loves cigars and sex, has a fiery temper and would give her life without hesitation following the call of duty.
After the initial Cylon attack, Roslin was thrown into the role of President of the Twelve Colonies while simultaneously struggling with cancer and discovering her place as spiritual leader.
William Adama is a pillar of strength, leading his fleet in the ultimate fight between man and machine.
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