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The [[Cylons (RDM)|Cylons]] use an '''organic resin'''<ref>{{bsgwiki term}}</ref> as a major structural component of their [[Basestar (RDM)|Basestars]]. The resin is applied to metal as a viscous black paste. In its mature state, the resin is compared to cartilage. The resin is also compatible with Colonial hulls, as it is used to prolong ''[[Galactica]]''<nowiki>'s</nowiki> structural integrity until [[Daybreak, Part II|her end]] ("[[No Exit]]", "[[Deadlock]]").
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The [[Cylons (RDM)|Cylons]] use an '''organic resin'''<ref>{{bsgwiki term}}</ref> as a major structural component of their [[Basestar (RDM)|Basestars]]. The resin is applied to metal as a viscous black paste. In its cured state, the resin is compared to cartilage. The resin is also compatible with Colonial hulls, as it is used to prolong ''[[Galactica]]''<nowiki>'s</nowiki> structural integrity until [[Daybreak, Part II|her end]] ("[[No Exit]]", "[[Deadlock]]").
  
 
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Revision as of 00:27, 28 December 2012

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The Cylons use an organic resin[1] as a major structural component of their Basestars. The resin is applied to metal as a viscous black paste. In its cured state, the resin is compared to cartilage. The resin is also compatible with Colonial hulls, as it is used to prolong Galactica's structural integrity until her end ("No Exit", "Deadlock").

References

  1. This is a Battlestar Wiki descriptive term.