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|Cassipio is a girl that Starbuck finds
while acessing the Colonial fleet for damage and food
right after the ragtag fleet has been assembled to flee
the Cylon's together. Cassipia was a solicitor or
prostitute in the past but Starbuck doesen't seem to mind
Cassiopia tries to keep Starbuck her boyfriend on a short leash but Starbuck still manages to eye all the ladies he can. When an old flame Aurora shows up on the scene, Starbuck just has to go visit her inspite of what Cassipia might think.
Cassipia breaks up a near fight between Starbuck and a fellow Colonial pilot, Ortega. It seems she always is trying to bail Starbuck out of trouble and keep him faithful. Cassipia has a celestial name and it does signify her role in the saga as a celestial beauty to view and cherish.
|Athena is in many ways a thing of decor for the Battlestar saga. She sits perched in the command bridge of the Galactica and receives intelligence info to relay to Commander Adama, Colonial Viper pilots, and the bridge in general. She in essence is just an excuse to have a female on the bridge. With a mischievious smile she brightens the Battlestar saga up a bit.|
|Aurora is a long lost fling of Starbuck. Starbuck finds that she is still alive to be an interesting discovery during a celebration banquet. Starbuck ventures aboard her ship and encounters an iron fisted ship commander and a mutiny which Aurora takes part in.|
|A Colonial Council member assigned to keep an eye on Adama. She toys with his every command and proves a real nuisance.|
Colonial Female Flight Controller Rigel
|The friendly voice and face that guides Colonial Vipers through launch and landing procedures. With her cute radio headset and feminine charm she guides what remains of the legendary vipers into battle time and time again.|
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