Die Zylonen sind eine Roboter-Rasse, die auf dem Planeten Zylon beheimatet ist. Sie kontrollieren. Außerdem halfen sie den Zylonen, die bis jetzt nur lebensfähige aber nicht fühlende und intelligente Hybriden schaffen konnten, acht Mensch-Zylon-Modelle zu. Die Zylonen (engl. Cylons) waren ursprünglich eine Rasse von Humanoiden, die auf dem Planeten Zylon lebte und irgendwann damit begann, intelligente. Ein Zylon ist ein künstliches menschenähnliches Wesen. runderneuert, aber es sind die humanoiden Zylonen, welche die größte Bedrohung. Obwohl er die Zylonen als neue Rasse konzipierte, die den Menschen begleiten soll, ist Graystone davon überzeugt, dass sie Werkzeuge sind.
Die Zylonen (engl. Cylons) waren ursprünglich eine Rasse von Humanoiden, die auf dem Planeten Zylon lebte und irgendwann damit begann, intelligente. In dessen Anleitung10 wird die Geschichte folgendermaßen beschrieben: Die Zylonen wurden geschaffen, um der Menschheit zu dienen. Intelligente Roboter. Ein Zylon ist ein künstliches menschenähnliches Wesen. runderneuert, aber es sind die humanoiden Zylonen, welche die größte Bedrohung.
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Regenerated Art silk Milk fiber. During a truce negotiation, Boomer told Athena that her daughter was alive but sick on the Baseship.
She invited Athena to come to the Baseship and rejoin her people, because the occupation showed that humans and Cylons were incompatible and that humans would never truly accept her.
Later, desperate for her child, Athena convinced Helo to kill her so she could resurrect on the Baseship. Once there, she retrieved Hera with the help of Caprica Six who killed a hate-filled Boomer to prevent her from killing the child.
She had tried to prevent Athena from taking Hera to the humans and declared that Cylons were never meant to have children.
Caprica Six returned with Athena and was detained by Adama in Athena's old cell. As the pursuit continued, internal relations among the Cylons began to break down.
A Three violated her programming by actively seeking information about the Final Five, seeing a vision of them on the Algae Planet where the Colonials stopped to get food.
From that she was able to identify them. She and her "twins" were then "boxed". Within the fleet a musical activation signal a version of All Along the Watchtower was received by the Final Five, awakening their memories and bringing them together.
They kept their discovery secret. Tigh and Anders remained loyal to the humans, willing to fight and possibly die for them.
Tyrol and Foster were ambivalent, with Tyrol having pro-human leanings. Foster became increasingly anti-human, murdering Tyrol's wife without remorse after she learned the truth about their identities.
After their realization, the fleet came under attack but, during the battle, a Cylon Raider identified Anders and he and his fellow Raiders broke off the attack, refusing to fight.
This set off a debate in the Cylon government regarding the Raiders. Ones, Fours and Fives voted to "lobotomize" the Raiders to make them acquiescent.
Twos , Sixes and Eights, led principally by a Six named Natalie, became convinced that the Raiders had sensed the presence of the Final Five.
The tie was broken by the unprecedented event of Boomer voting against the rest of her models to side with the Ones, Fours and Fives.
Natalie objected to Cavil's actions and removed inhibitor circuitry from the Centurions, granting them free will and independent thought.
In response, Cavil lured Natalie and her forces into a trap beyond resurrection range and slaughtered them.
Only Natalie's crippled Basestar survived. A deal was struck: the humans would help the rebels unbox the Threes so that they could identify the Final Five, and the rebels would lead the humans to the Resurrection Hub and help them destroy it so Cavil would lose resurrection forever.
The humans transferred half of their Vipers to the Rebel Basestar. Fearing for Hera, Athena murdered Natalie, causing the Hybrid to jump the Rebel Basestar, with Roslin on board, away before everyone was ready.
The Hybrid took the Basestar to the Hub where the allies had the human Vipers towed into battle by Cylon Heavy Raiders so they could catch the Cylons by surprise.
The plan worked and the Hub's FTL drive was taken out, stranding it. The three escaped and the Vipers nuked the Hub, destroying it and Cylon resurrection capability.
After a standoff, the identities of the four Cylons in the human fleet were revealed and together they found the devastated Earth, a nuclear wasteland.
There, Tigh, Anders, Foster and Tyrol got flashes of their life on Earth and Tigh learned the identity of the fifth member: his dead wife Ellen.
The humans and rebel Cylons minus D'Anna , abandoned Earth in search of a new home together. The humans and Cylons ended up striking a deal: in return for joining the fleet as full members the rebels would upgrade the fleet's FTL drives with Cylon technology, increasing their jump distance by at least three times.
This led to a political coup and failed mutiny, but left Anders seriously injured, although with his true memories returned as the accompanying brain damage broke the mental blocks Cavil had placed on his original identity.
After telling the others as much as he could, Anders slipped into a coma from which he partially emerged while acting as Galactica's hybrid.
Cavil revealed that he had a resurrected Ellen Tigh as his prisoner, ever since her download after she was killed on New Caprica.
Her resurrection restored her true memories, although her only company was Cavil and Boomer, whom he'd let in on the secret.
After Cavil planned to dissect her brain to try to regain resurrection technology, Boomer helped Ellen escape to the fleet as part of a plan to kidnap Hera so the Cylons could study her.
Galactica and some of the rebel Cylons assaulted the Cylon space station that was the Cylon homeworld, to rescue Hera while the Rebel Basestar protected the fleet.
During the battle, Boomer, who had begun to feel remorse for kidnapping Hera, killed the Four that was starting to dissect the child and carried her back to her parents.
Athena then killed Boomer. The rescue team returned to Galactica where Cavil led a Centurion assault, but was defeated. He took Hera hostage, but was convinced to create a permanent peace with the humans in exchange for the Final Five giving him resurrection technology.
Tyrol learns that Foster murdered Cally and breaks the download, causing the Cylons to attack again. Cavil kills himself. An unmanned Raptor is struck by an asteroid, causing the dead pilot Racetrack to fire eight nuclear missiles into the Colony, knocking it out of orbit and into a black hole, destroying it and every remaining One, Four and Five.
Galactica jumps away and arrives at a habitable planet. The humans and rebel Cylons settle there while the rebel Centurions are given their freedom and the Rebel Basestar to find their own destiny.
Anders flies the human fleet and all its technology into the Sun. The Cylon Centurion is a mechanical infantry model, made less intelligent than human models.
BSGr Centurions retain the silver appearance, robotic body, helmet-like head and oscillating red bar eye of their forbearers but are larger, taller, stronger, more agile and have a more streamlined appearance.
They also have retractable guns built into their lower arms, bladed fingertips and heavy armour.
The first colonial Centurion is seen and is identified as a 'Cybernetic Lifeform Node'. Built on contract for the Caprican Defense Ministry, the Cylons are to replace human warriors on the battlefield Caprica pilot.
Daniel Graystone conceives of the Cylons as a slave race and demonstrates this by instructing the prototype to rip her own arm off. After catching it interacting with the family dog, he realises that the prototype contains Zoe's consciousness and attempts without success to force her to admit her identity.
She is able to defeat the tests he attempts, and convinces him that she is just a robot. Upon learning that Graystone is about to erase her memory, she escapes.
The Battlestar Galactica miniseries displays an original model Centurion on display in Galactica 's museum hangar. The original Centurion is also depicted in a diagram reviewed by the armistice officer in the opening scene.
In Battlestar Galactica: Razor , Centurions are almost identical to those from the original series, except they are rendered using CGI and have exposed joints.
The Centurion in the museum hangar is retconned as a CGI version with exposed joints. Initial-model Centurions are among those seen defending the Cylon colony from an assault by Colonial and rebel Cylon forces Part 2 of " Daybreak ".
The body had synthetic skin, although this model was still primitive and was mechanical rather than biological. Centurions do not download into new bodies when they are destroyed, according to screenwriter Ronald D.
Moore The Hybrids have something to do with the programming of the Centurions. When the virus infected the Hybrid on the infected Basestar, the Centurions shut down " Torn ".
However, Centurions can function independently when no Basestars or skinjobs are nearby. A Centurion immediately fires upon an Eight when she unplugs a Hybrid " Faith ".
It is unclear whether this was in willful defiance of the Hybrid or as a result of the removal of their higher function inhibitor modules " Six of One ".
After the inhibitor modules that restrict higher functions, granting them independent thought were removed, although still largely servile, the Centurions were shown to exhibit human-like behaviour, such as politeness and consideration e.
These Centurions are taller than their predecessors, and are sleeker. They possess less of a humanoid structure, averaging a head taller than humans.
They retain the bipedal structure of the first model, as well as rough hands and feet. The feet of the new Centurions are a simple two-toed form that produces a distinctive sound when they walk as the toes move and touch the ground.
They retain the distinctive, oscillating red "eye", as well as a rudimentary mouth even though they cannot speak.
The hands are much thinner and visibly segmented, and more claw-like they can cut flesh and mortally wound a human,  making them effective close-combat weapons.
These claws can be modified at will, to a more 'finger-like' digit or less of a razor-sharp weapon.
Perhaps the most distinctive feature of this model is the twin cannons built into each hand, mounted on the side, that can be deployed by retracting the hands.
It was originally established that the Centurions could not move while firing their cannons, however in later seasons they were seen to walk and even run while firing.
The Centurions carry heavy weapons, such as anti-aircraft rockets that are strapped to their backs, for missions where their cannons are not enough.
These Centurions greatly outmatched the previous model. The later form of Cylon Raiders are biomechanical entities integrated into small fighter spacecraft.
They resurrect when they die. Raiders are subservient, and were compared to trained animals by the humanoid Cylons.
A Raider nicknamed " Scar " developed a personality "Scar". Scar was the Cylons' top gun, driven by a bitter hatred of humans.
He was killed and reborn many times. Raiders do not use vocal communication, appearing to communicate through unspecified electronic signals.
Modern Raiders, unlike their predecessors in the First Cylon War, are alive, with a complex system of veins, organs and biological fluids contained within their main body.
When one Raider saw a Final Five in the human fleet during an attack,  it retreated, leading the remaining Raiders back to the Basestar.
The Raiders then refused to fight the humans, for fear of harming their Cylon kin. This led to the lobotomy vote.
Well-trained Colonial pilots, even nuggets, can beat a Raider in most situations. The Raiders' primary advantage seemed to be in their massive numbers: while Galactica carries around 40 Vipers, Cylon Basestars support Raiders.
The Raiders are maneuverable, once described by Kara as a "squirmy son of a bitch", and most human pilots were unable to keep them in sight for more than a few seconds.
The Raiders' primary weapons are two kinetic energy guns mounted on the underside of their wings, close to the main body.
They may carry conventional missiles and tactical nuclear weapons. Raiders, by revealing their red "eye", can transmit deadly computer viruses or signals to enemy ships, which strike with brutal efficiency and can shut down Colonial vessels, turning off their power and making them easy prey.
If all else fails, Raiders sometimes attempt suicide attacks. A single Raider can destroy a sizeable transport.
The Raiders from the First Cylon War were larger spacecraft driven by Centurion pilots, and not alive. Like the raiders of the First Cylon War, the Heavy Raiders are transports and attack bombers, and are primarily piloted by Sixes and Eights.
Although they made only a single appearance in the original continuity the episode " The Night the Cylons Landed " from Galactica humanoid Cylons are the focus of the reimagining.
They are usually known as "the Cylons", or derogatorily as "skinjobs" or "toasters". Skinjobs are indistinguishable from humans due to their creation through synthetic biology, employing real bones, flesh and blood rather than metal, but still possess a "digital molecular structure".
Some are programmed to believe that they are "organic" until otherwise informed. The Cylons can communicate nonverbally, but do not have a hive mind, even among a single model, and are most often shown talking to one another.
The thirteen distinct humanoid models are divided into the "Final Five" that originated on Earth, and "Significant Seven" the latter term is only used by the Battlestar Galactica producers.
The Final Five are unique, and are the last survivors of the Thirteenth Tribe. They developed the Seven originally eight in conjunction with the Centurions of the Twelve Colonies.
Each copy shares biology and general personality throughout their model, but they develop into distinct individuals.
The Final Five showed the Centurions how to make skinjobs and attempted to give them human characteristics love, mercy , thinking that these characteristics would prevent war.
Prior to the "Final Five" arriving to stop the first Cylon War on Caprica, the Centurions had already made their first humanoid, called the Hybrid, for the purpose of controlling the baseship.
Once the Final Five arrived on Caprica, they transferred their technology to the Centurions and gave them eight fully humanoid models created by them.
The extinct Seven model the "Daniel" series was destroyed by a One decades prior to the Colonies' destruction. As revealed towards the end of season 4, there is a year gap between the exodus of the first humanoid Cylons the Final Five from the destruction of life on Earth due to a robot Centurion war there, and their arrival at Caprica in the middle of the Caprican robot Centurion war.
Originally, the Final Five had left Earth both to seek a new home and to warn the other Twelve Colonies about the dangers of mistreating Centurions so that they might avoid the fate of Earth.
However, at the time FTL faster than light starship jumping technology was unknown, so they made the journey using slower than light technology, resurrecting themselves when their bodies wore out over the span of years.
When the Earth was nuked, years prior, the Final Five Cylons had already planned for this event and were resurrected onto their baseship in orbit when their bodies were destroyed in a global nuclear attack that wiped out all life on Earth.
This resurrection was the event which triggered the Final Five Cylons to begin their year journey to Caprica, only to find out upon arrival that humans and Centurion robots had begun fighting towards extinction just as they had years prior on Earth.
The Final Five arrived at Caprica to discover that the Caprican Centurions had already begun experimenting with creating humanoid Cylons by creating the first Hybrid to control their baseship.
As part of the agreement to end the war with humans, the Final Five Cylons gave the Caprican Centurions eight humanoid Cylon models and a resurrection ship.
During the year gap between the end of the first Cylon war and the second Cylon war on Caprica, Cavil, model number One of the eight humanoid Cylons that the Final Five had designed and created, rebelled against the Final Five and took command of the Centurions and of the other humanoid Cylons.
In order to get rid of the Final Five who blocked him from continuing the Cylon war, he tricked the Final Five into living on Caprica with their memories erased and false memories implanted.
He was deluded into believing that he could show the Final Five that they were wrong about humans by letting them suffer with the humans as their civilization was destroyed as a result of him restarting the Cylon war and then restoring their memories while resurrecting them on the Cylon baseship.
Cavil thought this lesson would help the Final Five realize that humans were flawed creatures and thus persuade them to take his side.
Ellen, the original creator of the eight humanoid models, programmed them with a belief in a single all-loving God.
She did this because she wanted the Cylons to know love and to be peaceful and to avoid war in the future. However, Cavil rejected his programming of believing in God.
Other Cylons, particularly the D'Anna model, justified attacking the humans perhaps as a form of religious fundamentalism, with the goal of remaking the world as a Cylon One-God utopia.
In addition, Cavil regarded the creation of humanoid Cylons as a mistake and believed that Cylons should return to a purely mechanical form so that they could experience the world in ways not limited by human senses.
For example, he said that when a star explodes into a supernova, he wants to see the X-rays and gamma rays with his eyes, and not be limited by biological human eyes.
Cavil was fearful of the mechanical Centurions, rejecting the secret removal of circuitry to prevent the Centurions from having free will in Season 4.
When Centurions on one of the Cylon baseships received this modification and thus developed free will, they revolted against Cavil because they rejected his policy of removing the biological brains of the Raider ships and returning them to a purely mechanical form so that they would follow orders without emotion interfering.
This small rebellion left the Twos, Sixes and Eights in charge of one of the baseships in the Cylon fleet. The rebel baseship later forms an alliance with the human fleet after being attacked by Cavil's Cylon fleet and left to drift in space without FTL propulsion.
The skinjobs are responsible for command decisions. While the command structure has not been fully explored, some hints at organization are known.
At the end of the mini-series, a group of skinjobs debate what to do, and one speaks authoritatively, to which another responds, "by your command", a reference to the original series.
They can freely impose blocks on the behavior and cognitive programming of Centurions, Raiders and Hybrids. Multiple skinjobs with blocked memories are spread among the surviving humans, including members of Galactica 's crew.
A Cylon council made up of multiple copies of several models appears to cast votes collectively by model, indicating that model plays an important role in the structure of Cylon society " Precipice ".
Some models are implied to have higher or lower ranks than others. During the occupation of New Caprica, a select group of individuals, who mostly had been within the Colonies, such as Boomer and Caprica Six, seemed to have seniority within their model.
One of each model was seen deliberating and discussing their course of action, with each of the 'senior' copies representing the opinion of their model.
Although little is known about Cylon psychology, it is clear that they share many human emotional vulnerabilities.
This is evidenced by Gina's catatonic state as a result of the severe trauma of her abuse at the hands of the Pegasus crew. This abuse was presented in the form of multiple sexual assaults, battery, starvation and outright torture.
Ones subvert consensus by undertaking many actions without the knowledge or consent of their siblings, such as turning against the Sevens and the Final Five, and then reprogramming their siblings to hide this.
His true identity is revealed when a second copy boards Galactica and reveals his Cylon nature. Cavil's role in society is contradictory.
He occasionally serves as a devil's advocate, pointing out the absurdity of his fellow Cylons and their religious zealotry.
He was revealed to be a One "Six of One". Cavil has a sadistic, Machiavellian streak that none of the other Cylon models share.
He tortured Saul Tigh by gouging out one of his eyes and showing it to him. He took pleasure in blackmailing Ellen Tigh into providing sexual favours in exchange for releasing Saul from captivity on New Caprica.
Cavil is an atheist alone among the seven models , and often mockingly uses air quotes when saying the word "God". His opinions of humans are contradictory.
He is one of the most violently anti-human Cylon models, advocating a policy of culling humanity down to a "controllable number". He claimed to have been against the destruction of the Twelve Colonies and advocates a unique Cylon Society, not one that emulates its creators.
After arranging Tigh's release, Cavil further manipulated the situation by again blackmailing Ellen to betray the human resistance on New Caprica and threatening to kill Saul if she did not comply.
Cavil is aloof compared to the other models, though Boomer implies that Cavil has begun teaching her his views that Cylons should not emulate humanity.
Cavil knows aspects of Cylon lore that the others models do not. His knowledge of the Final Five led him to box the D'Anna and the other Threes to ensure that whatever she had learned about the Final Five stayed hidden.
He was made in Ellen's father's image. Ellen also named him "John". He hates this name and shows deep resentment towards Ellen at being 'limited' by having to live in a humanoid body.
One was the first model and helped the Final Five create the other seven. Therefore, Ones knew about the Final Five while the others knew only that they existed.
For an unstated reason, Cavil rejected the human trait of mercy and turned against the Final Five. When the Final Five were resurrected, Cavil implants new memories for their life in the Twelve Colonies.
He also alters the original programming of the seven other models so that searching for, talking about, and even thinking about the Final Five was strictly forbidden.
Leoben first appears as a smuggler at the munitions depot at Ragnar Anchorage , where he was exposed as a Cylon mini-series.
Twos are religious zealots, carrying a pathological, and sometimes sexual, obsession with Starbuck. His Cylon identity was revealed " Six of One ".
Twos are skilled at deceit. Conoy manipulates Starbuck into thinking that a young girl he had kidnapped on New Caprica is her biological daughter.
Twos display cunning minds and the ability to find and exploit others' weaknesses. Unlike other Cylons, Twos appear to be prescient and on several occasions prophesy future events.
Twos are played by Callum Keith Rennie. Roslin and Adama grant Biers access to all areas of Galactica to investigate her suspicions of a military cover-up surrounding civilian deaths aboard the Gideon.
Their belief is that Biers will discover that military personnel deal with the same pressures and fears as the rest of the fleet, and that the events were a tragic mistake.
The Biers model used the documentary as a means to relay information that Sharon was alive to Cylons on Caprica " Final Cut ".
D'Anna was revealed to be a Three in the episode " Downloaded ". Threes are among the more aggressive models, and share a fatalistic understanding of the Cylon religion, believing that everything that happens is the will of God.
Their religious devotion masks a deep questioning by Threes about why God allows bad things to happen Theodicy. Threes possess an "alpha-female" aggressiveness, advancing themselves as de facto leaders in any situation.
They are often rivals of Ones and Sixes. The rivalry with the Sixes partly stems from when Caprica-Six killed a Three to save Samuel Anders from torture and death.
D'Anna and Caprica-Six later reconcile and both of them are involved in a relationship with Baltar. Baltar seduces D'Anna by exploring her crisis of faith, which leads to her secretly committing suicide a major Cylon taboo to experience resurrection.
She feels these near-death experiences will answer questions regarding her faith, notably the identity of the Final Five.
D'Anna eventually sees the faces of the Final Five " Rapture ". Unfortunately, as she does so, the other Cylons vote to box all Threes.
Cavil tells her that what she had seen regarding the Final Five was unacceptable and that her memories would be kept in "cold storage".
D'Anna, but not the other Threes, is later unboxed "The Hub". Threes are among the more anti-human Cylons. D'Anna tells Baltar that she believes that humanity must die to prevent future generations of humans from seeking revenge "Exodus" Part II.
She is temporarily the leader of the "rebel" faction of Cylons that makes peace with the human fleet, but when the first Earth is found to be a devastated ruin, she decides to stay there and die rather than continuing the cycle of death, exodus and rebirth.
O'Neill poses as a human physician who treats Starbuck for a gunshot wound in what was supposedly a resistance hospital on Caprica " The Farm ".
In reality this was a Cylon "farm" set up to breed human-Cylon hybrids using captured humans. Simon performed invasive tests on Starbuck's reproductive organs.
He was revealed to be the 4th model in the episode "Six of One". Fours are consistently medical specialists.
Another Four poses as a married man in the Colonial Fleet. Cavil at one point asks Simon to leave his life behind and destroy the ship he lives on.
He defies this order to protect his wife and her child by committing suicide and flying out of an air lock. He was not close enough to a Resurrection Ship and therefore died permanently " The Plan ".
Doral debuts as a public relations worker for the abortive Galactica museum miniseries. Another Five sneaks aboard the Galactica and detonates an explosive " Litmus ".
This event prompts the fleet-wide announcement that Cylons can have a human appearance. He was revealed to be the 5th model in the episode "Downloaded.
During the Occupation of New Caprica, the Fives are anti-human and aggressive. They specialize in public relations and control, using large-scale events and media manipulation.
The first model explicitly revealed to be a Cylon in the mini-series, Sixes often use seduction to their advantage.
One of the Sixes, later known as Caprica Six, on her way to meet with Baltar, murders an infant by breaking its neck. This could either be considered sociopathic or a mercy killing due to the coming Cylon attack.
She saves Baltar's life when his house was struck by a blast wave from the Cylon attack. Caprica Six has a love-hate relationship with Baltar, alternately defending him to other Cylon models or leaving him to suffer at their hands.
A reincarnation of Caprica Six commits the first incident of Cylon-on-Cylon violence, killing a Three with a rock to save Ander's life.
She offers to testify against Baltar. While in the brig, she has a relationship with Saul Tigh that results in the first Cylon-Cylon pregnancy in 2, years, which ends in a miscarriage.
Caprica Six has an "Inner Baltar" which only she sees, similar to how Baltar has an "Inner Six" that only he can see; Inner Baltar serves as a sort of conscience for Caprica Six and as an advisor in times of trouble, as Inner Six does for him.
Inner Baltar appears at least once to Baltar himself. Before their true nature is revealed, speculation rises that Baltar is a Cylon. Inner Baltar and Inner Six appear to Baltar and Caprica Six — all four sharing a moment together — as the first part of the revelation that the "Inners" are divine beings referred to as " Angels " manipulating both the Colonials and Cylons into fulfilling "God's plan" series finale.
Godfrey was on Galactica after the Cylon attack. She accused Baltar of treasonously sabotaging human defenses, and therefore of killing several million people Six Degrees of Separation.
Gina acted as a contractor for Pegasus and was in a relationship with Admiral Cain. When Cain discovered that Gina was a Cylon agent, she ordered her crew to "push her programming" in an attempt to see if Gina was vulnerable to emotional trauma.
Gina later escaped with Baltar's aid, assassinated Cain and founded a resistance group in the fleet, preaching peace with the Cylons.
While it seemed that Gina developed feelings for Baltar and wanted to pursue him, she detonated a nuclear warhead provided by Baltar that destroyed Cloud Nine, other fleet ships and generated an electromagnetic signature, the detection of which ultimately led the Cylon fleet to New Caprica.
Other important Sixes include Natalie, who originally leads the rebel Cylon faction against Cavil's faction before she is killed by Athena in a misunderstanding, and Sonja, who was elected to represent the rebel Cylons in the Colonial fleet's Quorum of Ships' Captains.
Daniel was the seventh Cylon model " No Exit ". Ellen refers to Daniel as an "artist, and so sensitive to the world". She was very close to Daniel, which enraged Cavil; he felt that Daniel was Ellen's favorite and became jealous.
Cavil poisoned the amniotic fluid used to mature the Daniel copies and then corrupted Daniel's genetic code. This sabotage meant that no further Sevens could be created.
The original was also killed with Samuel Anders stating at one point that "Daniel died" after regaining his true memories.
Fans speculated that Starbuck or her father was a version of the corrupted Seven line. Instead Daniel is merely a plot device to explain the missing number and to expand on Cavil's character noting that Daniel is essentially the Abel to Cavil's Cain.
At the end of the miniseries, a Six says "By your command" to an Eight. This phrase is usually spoken to the Imperious leader in the old series by Centurions.
It seemed to give this particular Eight a leadership role. Eights also appear to be designed to be extremely beautiful, to seduce as a sleeper agent.
But Eights have been noted to actually fall in love by personal choice with humans. This theme has been seen through out the series and dvd movies produced after.
Sharon "Boomer" Valerii first appears as a Raptor pilot aboard the Galactica. Her true nature as a Cylon was revealed at the end of the miniseries.
She acted as a sleeper agent , unaware of her true nature and programmed to carry out attacks on the fleet without realizing what she is doing.
She was revealed to be an Eight in the episode "Downloaded". Such a child is the subject of a Cylon prophecy. Its importance increased as it was a 'child born of love'.
Shortly after Hera's birth, Roslin decides to mislead the Cylons into believing the child has died.
Her plan involves lying to Athena and Helo, and giving the child to an adoptive mother, Maya.
While aiding the Colonials in their plan to rescue the humans on New Caprica, Athena sneaks into a Cylon storage facility and steals launch codes for the civilian ships trapped on New Caprica.
She is discovered by D'Anna, who informs her that Hera is still alive, citing strange dreams and a prophecy by a human mystic as proof.
Athena, believing this to be a ruse, kneecaps D'Anna. Boomer later tells Athena that Hera lives. Athena has Helo kill her Athena , allowing her to download into a new body within the Cylon fleet.
With the help of Caprica Six, she rescues Hera and returns to Galactica. Eight is described as "weak" by Baltar's Head Six, and Eights usually appear more compassionate and sympathetic than other Cylons.
However, they fully supported the destruction of the Colonies. The actions of Boomer and an Eight who had a duplicitous affair with Felix Gaeta on New Caprica make it clear that Eights are capable of homicide and betrayal.
Eights are also capable of intense loyalty and have the ability to break from Cylon traditions and laws to help human friends or family.
They vote to save humanity in the Cylon civil war that Boomer starts. She hesitates for a while when Cavil influences her, but in the end chooses to support the humans, even if it means that she must give up her life.
Athena becomes completely assimilated in human culture. Her child and husband become her life's focus. She is the only Cylon to create a family.
The Eight's perceived fragility camouflage great strength and direction. In one episode, Athena hardwires herself to Galactica, hacks into a Cylon fleet and shuts them down.
Eights are played by Grace Park. The 'final five' Cylons are the literal final five survivors of the original race of Cylons.
Approximately 4, years prior to the events of the show, humans on Kobol developed Artificial Intelligence, which became the original race of Cylons.
This race rebelled and fought in a war against the twelve tribes of humans. While the exact details are not revealed in the show, the two sides eventually reached a resolution and departed Kobol.
Religious records at the time described this race as the "thirteenth tribe" and identified that they traveled to a planet they named the first "Earth".
This race eventually self-evolved to look human, eventually losing the ability to resurrect mechanically in favor of biological reproduction.
Approximately 2, years prior to the events of the show, this race of 'human' Cylons eventually tried to create a new race of artificially intelligence Cylons as a subservient race, only for them to, in turn, rebel and commit to a nuclear war on "Earth.
Realizing their mistakes and that the twelve tribes would eventually repeat this mistake, they fled "Earth" using a sub-light starship and spent the next 2, years traveling to the settlements of the 12 colonies in hibernation.
They arrived in the 12 colonies during the peak of the Cylon rebellion, approximately 40 years prior to the start of the show. In conferring with their distant 'cousins,' the Cylon Centurions, they proposed an exchange of technology to accelerate the transformation of the new race of Cylons into biological forms and resurrection technology.
Over time, Cavil gained influence and betrayed his creators, the 'final five. Later he resurrected them periodically, purged their memories and sent them to live among the humans, hoping each would become disillusioned with being 'human' and eventually reject the morality, philosophy, and religion used to inform their construction of the younger Cylons.
The other six models had no knowledge of the Final Five's identities, presumably blocked by Cavil, though they were aware of the existence of five absent models who were not to be spoken of.
When D'Anna a Three attempts to learn their identities, Cavil boxes her entire model line as punishment.
In the final episode of the third season, four of the final five are revealed to be characters with long histories on the Galactica.
Their purpose, and how and why they were hidden from the rest of their kind, is a major plot point of the fourth and final season when Ellen Tigh is revealed to be the fifth member.
The named, 'human,' Cylon models initially refer to the five with reverence; it soon become clear that they are programmed to avoid thinking directly about the five, as their identities are hidden, even from Cylons.
Circumventing this programming kills a model three shortly after her revelation, and a model one, Cavil, puts her consciousness into cold storage after resurrection to prevent her from discussing the discovery " Rapture ".
They were the original humanoid Cylons, born 2, years before the series, on Earth, as part of the Thirteenth Tribe. They were the researchers who rebuilt the Cylon resurrection technology that had been abandoned when the Thirteenth Tribe gained the ability to procreate.
Saul and Ellen were married at the time, while Tyrol and Foster were in love and planned to marry " No Exit ".
While on Earth the Final Five learned of the upcoming attack on the Colonies from beings "Angels" only they can see.
They placed the resurrection technology on a ship in Earth orbit. When the nuclear attack kills them, they resurrect on the ship and head for the Colonies to warn them.
They arrive during the First Cylon War , unbeknownst to the humans, and make a deal with the Centurions: stop the war and they will help them build human bodies.
They build the first model, One Cavil , who helps them build seven other models " Sometimes a Great Notion ". Cavil then kills and boxes the Five and removes the memory of their identities from the other Cylons.
He later unboxes them, replacing their memories. Cavil periodically seeds them among the human populations starting with Saul, and then Ellen, to show them the evils of humanity.
The Five are fully Cylon — although "fundamentally different" from the others. Other Cylons do not talk about the Five " Torn ". Anders Michael Trucco is an athlete on Caprica.
Ellen resurrected after she is poisoned by Saul for giving rescue mission plan to Cavil on New Caprica. This restores her memory of her life as a Cylon " No Exit ".
The Five awaken when they begin to hear strange music. This seems to affect other Cylons. A Raider scans Anders and disengages an attack.
A standoff between Galactica and the rebel Baseship exposes the four as Cylons to the humans, but Lee Adama, in his capacity as acting President, grants them amnesty as part of an alliance " Revelations ".
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