Lucinda Cain

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Lucinda Cain
Lucinda Cain

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Birth Name Lucinda Cain
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Introduced Battlestar Galactica Deadlock
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Role Rear Admiral
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Portrayed by Bennett Cousins
Lucinda Cain is a Cylon
Lucinda Cain is a Final Five Cylon
Lucinda Cain is a Human/Cylon Hybrid
Lucinda Cain is an Original Series Cylon
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Lucinda Cain in the separate continuity
Lucinda Cain in the primary continuity
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Rear Admiral Lucinda Cain is operations director of Project Jupiter during the First Cylon War.

Following the Destruction of Picon Fleet Headquarters, Cain assumes command of Colonial Fleet and marshals a force capable of defending against the Cylon threat (Battlestar Galactica Deadlock).

During the fall of the Daidalos Shipyard, Lucinda stepped down from command of Colonial Fleet. At first assumed missing during the fall of Daidalos, she somehow survived its fall and reappears in the 10th year of the war as the field commander of the Ghost Fleet Offensive under Admiral Sarkis who had by then taken over command of the entire Colonial Fleet. When she reappears as field commander of the Ghost Fleet, she is shown to have suffered greivous injuries including half of her right arm missing and scars across her face.

In a conversation with Helena Agathon, Lucinda reveals that she has a granddaughter by the name of Helena Cain.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Nilson, Sam. Battlestar Galactica Deadlock - Character Busts (backup available on Archive.org) (in English). Retrieved on 20 August 2019.
    Per artist, the bust was modeled in Maya, with additional sculpting and texture work done in w:ZBrush. Models were lit and rendered in ZBrush, then touched up in Adobe Photoshop.