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: ''For the battle in which ''[[Pegasus (TOS)|Pegasus]]'' tackled two [[basestar (TOS)|basestar]]s, please see: [[Battle of Gamoray]].''
  
Gamoray was at one time the capitol planet of the [[Delphian Empire]], lying within what the Cylons refer to as the Krillian Star System, and inhabited by some 70 million beings. Conquered by the Cylons sometime before the destruction of the Twelve Colonies, Gamoray is now a Cylon regional capital, with a Cylon city (complete with civilians), base, and fuel dump located there to project power throughout the region.
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'''Gamoray'''  is a planet originally the center of power for the [[Delphian Empire]], lying within a region of space the [[Cylons (TOS)|Cylons]] refer to as the [[Krillian Star System]]. According to the [[Colonials]], Gamoray was inhabited by some 70 million beings.
  
Location of a battle between Cylon forces and the Colonial [[battlestar (TOS)|Battlestars]] ''[[Galactica (TOS)|Galactica]]'' and ''[[Pegasus (TOS)|Pegasus]]''. The attack by the Colonial forces is planned and executed by Commander [[Cain (TOS)|Cain]] of the ''Pegasus'' after he rendezvoused with the rag-tag fleet, having survived the [[Battle of Molecay (TOS)|Battle of Molecay]], where his ship had been presumed destroyed.  
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Conquered by the Cylons sometime before the [[destruction of the Twelve Colonies (TOS)|destruction of the Twelve Colonies]], Gamoray became a Cylon regional capital, with a Cylon city (complete with civilians), base, and fuel dump located on the planet to project power throughout the star system.
  
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Gamoray is also the location of a space battle between Cylon forces and the Colonial [[battlestar (TOS)|Battlestars]] ''[[Galactica (TOS)|Galactica]]'' and ''[[Pegasus (TOS)|Pegasus]]''. The attack by the Colonial forces is planned and executed by Commander [[Cain (TOS)|Cain]] of the ''Pegasus'' after he rendezvoused with the [[the Fleet (TOS)|rag-tag fleet]], having survived the [[Battle of Molecay (TOS)|Battle of Molecay]], where his ship had been presumed destroyed.
  
During the [[Battle of Gamoray]], two Cylon basestars are destroyed - but the ''Pegasus'' herself is lost.  
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During the [[Battle of Gamoray]], two Cylon basestars are destroyed -- but the ''Pegasus'' herself is presumed lost.  
  
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==Notes==
  
==Notes==
 
 
Fans of the original series prefer to believe that the ''Pegasus'' survived the encounter at Gamoray, and would have returned to the series at some point in the future, had it been successfully renewed.   
 
Fans of the original series prefer to believe that the ''Pegasus'' survived the encounter at Gamoray, and would have returned to the series at some point in the future, had it been successfully renewed.   
  

Revision as of 12:52, 13 February 2006

For the battle in which Pegasus tackled two basestars, please see: Battle of Gamoray.

Gamoray is a planet originally the center of power for the Delphian Empire, lying within a region of space the Cylons refer to as the Krillian Star System. According to the Colonials, Gamoray was inhabited by some 70 million beings.

Conquered by the Cylons sometime before the destruction of the Twelve Colonies, Gamoray became a Cylon regional capital, with a Cylon city (complete with civilians), base, and fuel dump located on the planet to project power throughout the star system.

Gamoray is also the location of a space battle between Cylon forces and the Colonial Battlestars Galactica and Pegasus. The attack by the Colonial forces is planned and executed by Commander Cain of the Pegasus after he rendezvoused with the rag-tag fleet, having survived the Battle of Molecay, where his ship had been presumed destroyed.

During the Battle of Gamoray, two Cylon basestars are destroyed -- but the Pegasus herself is presumed lost.

Notes

Fans of the original series prefer to believe that the Pegasus survived the encounter at Gamoray, and would have returned to the series at some point in the future, had it been successfully renewed.