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Old January 16 2009, 09:32 PM   #1
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How Wide Randing was the Cylon War?

This is something I've wondered about.

We know the war between the Colonials and Cylons was a long one, and it appears that they did have FTL at the time.

Now, was the war confined to the Colonies, or did it include some near-by star systems as well?

I would assume that the Cylons would need some out-system bases, as if in the system it could be too vulnerable to attacks by Colonial forces, especially ones the Battlestars are in action.

I also assume that these systems would have been avoided in the escape after the attack as they would no doubt be mapped and known to the Cylons like Borallus (sp) in TOS.
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Old January 16 2009, 10:51 PM   #2
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Re: How Wide Randing was the Cylon War?

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After watching "Hero" and "Razor," I am left with an impression that the war would have been pretty far-ranging, but I'd have to watch them again to inventory clear statements either way. Okay, you twisted my arm; I'll watch them again. []
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Old January 17 2009, 01:09 AM   #3
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Re: How Wide Randing was the Cylon War?

I think it may have extended as far yeoman Rand.
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Old January 17 2009, 10:27 AM   #4
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Re: How Wide Randing was the Cylon War?

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I think it may have extended as far yeoman Rand.
Randing?? RANDING?? Oh FFS Damn it all to Hades!!

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