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Belloch

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Sire Belloch is the Gemon representative to the Quorum of Twelve in 7360[1].

He objects to Ambassador Puck's sparring with Lieutenant Colonel Athena following Lieutenant Commander Apollo's departure from the Fleet[1]. He later accompanies President Tigh when Athena informs Puck of the Quorum's decision to name her as Interim Commander of the Fleet, as well as the assumption of Adama's seat as Caprica's representative[2]. Belloch makes a point that the decision was made by the Quorum, and demands that Puck help them stop the sedition he has sewn throughout the Fleet[3], which Puck refuses to do much to Belloch's chagrin[4].

Belloch is one of the many who welcome Apollo back following his return, asking him bluntly if he wishes to nominate himself for the position of Fleet Commander[5]. Following the crisis where Lucifer's basestar is destroyed and the Fleet survives Iblis' machinations, Belloch is later present at the ceremony where Apollo formally assumes full command of the Fleet[6] (RH: Armageddon).

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Hatch, Richard; Christopher Golden (1997). Armageddon. Byron Preiss, p. 101.
  2. Hatch, Richard; Christopher Golden (1997). Armageddon. Byron Preiss, p. 165.
  3. Hatch, Richard; Christopher Golden (1997). Armageddon. Byron Preiss, p. 166.
  4. Hatch, Richard; Christopher Golden (1997). Armageddon. Byron Preiss, p. 168.
  5. Hatch, Richard; Christopher Golden (1997). Armageddon. Byron Preiss, p. 231.
  6. Hatch, Richard; Christopher Golden (1997). Armageddon. Byron Preiss, p. 277.