The Battlestar Galactica Game Master's Screen is the perfect accessory to accompany the Battlestar Galactica Role Playing Game. Four panels provide everything you need to run the Cortex System game rules at a glance, and a poster map shows full deckplans of Galactica itself.
The Battlestar Galactica universe offers many gaming possibilities, from the crew of a war-weary military vessel, civilians struggling to survive in a rag-tag fleet, or guerilla fighters striking out against the Cylons on occupied worlds.
And personally, I can’t imagine seeing a BSG top 10 list without Unfinished Business! I’d be hard pressed not to put in “He That Believeth in Me” too, largely because it has one of the best space battles in the series.
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3. “The Oath/Blood on the Scales”
These two episodes are so intertwined, it’s hard to separate them. After six years in space, a mutiny breaks out on-board “Galactica” led by Tom Zarak and Felix Gaeta. These two episodes showed how the series combined superb action work with character drama that is second to none. The scene of Laura Roslin swearing vengeance on Tom Zarak is not to be missed. This two parter was the highlight of the final run of episodes. The final episodes may have given us the answers, but this one gave us everything we loved about the show all in one two-part package.
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Six years, four seasons and over eighty episodes later, the story of the re-imagined “Battlestar Galactica” is complete. Whether you loved it, hated it or are somewhere in the middle, it’s good to know the series went out on its own terms.
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“Battlestar Galactica” went from an idea that was initially scoffed at by many fans to one of the most acclaimed shows of the past ten years. Along the way, we had the ups and downs, but in my mind these are the ten episodes that really stood out from the six year run of Ron Moore’s influential and acclaimed series.
Why We Still Love Battlestar Galactica ..7. “You Can’t Go Home Again”
When her viper crashes, Starbuck is trapped on a planet with a wounded Cylon Raider. Meanwhile, Adama and Lee risk the fleet to find Starbuck before the Cylons find them. The homage to classic “Galactica” with Starbuck using the trick of waggling the Raider as she comes back to the fleet is a nice touch.