Tigh (TOS alternate)

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Tigh
Tigh
Tigh as seen in Dynamite Comics' Battlestar Galactica: Folly of the Gods.

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Tigh is a Cylon
Tigh is a Final Five Cylon
Tigh is a Human/Cylon Hybrid
Tigh is an Original Series Cylon
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Tigh in the separate continuity
Tigh in the primary continuity
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Tigh is a Colonial serving in the Colonial Military during the last stages of the Thousand Yahren War and the lone battlestar Galactica's executive officer following the Cylon Holocaust.

The Thousand Yahren War

As a Viper pilot aboard battlestar Rylon in 7322, he and wingman Captain Adama are the first Warriors on site during the attack on Umbra, Caprica.

As they attempt to fight off phalanxes of Cylon Raider, Adama is shot down and crash-lands into the Thorn forest near Umbra. Before crashing, Adama orders Tigh to return to Rylon for reinforcements. He does so, and is able to secure a medi-ship to pick up both Adama and the young orphaned child whom saved his life (Battlestar Galactica: Starbuck 1).

The Path to Earth

Following the Battle at Galaxy's Edge, Tigh assumes command of Galactica following Adama's incapacitation due to transit through a mysterious black hole (Classic Battlestar Galactica Vol. 3 #1). During this time, Tigh participates in deliberations over Lucifer's request for sanctuary against the Meclons. Despite his distaste for the Cylons, he coordinates efforts on defense between Lucifer's Cylons and the Colonial Warriors, including Baltar's efforts to integrate Cylon programming into Vipers (Classic Battlestar Galactica Vol. 3 #3 & #4).

Tigh is pleased at Adama's recovery and stops Apollo from shooting Adama following Apollo's realization that Iblis possesses him (Classic Battlestar Galactica Vol. 3 #5).