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'''Gina Inviere'''<ref>The name "Gina" is never spoken in the series until the television special "[[Razor]]". However, before that, [[Ron Moore]] used the name throughout the podcasts for the episodes where Inviere appears, and the name was widely used by fans and news writers.</ref> is the alias (meaning "resurrection" in Old [[Gemenon|Gemenese]]) of a [[humanoid Cylon]] who poses as a systems analyst aboard the battlestar ''[[Pegasus (RDM)|Pegasus]]''.
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'''Gina Inviere'''<ref>The name "Gina" is never spoken in the series until the television special "[[Razor]]". However, before that, [[Ron Moore]] used the name throughout the podcasts for the episodes where Inviere appears, and the name was widely used by fans and news writers.</ref> is the alias ("inviere" is the [[Gemenon|Old Gemenese]] word for "resurrection") of a [[humanoid Cylon]] who poses as a systems analyst aboard the battlestar ''[[Pegasus (RDM)|Pegasus]]''.
  
 
Several months before the [[Fall of the Twelve Colonies|attack]] on the Twelve Colonies, she presented the retrofit of ''Pegasus'' to the [[Ministry of Defense]] and worked out the details of the [[CNP]] upgrade with Admiral [[Helena Cain|Cain]]. During that time, the two grow close and eventually start having a relationship. They try to be discreet in front of the crew, but don't make it a secret either.
 
Several months before the [[Fall of the Twelve Colonies|attack]] on the Twelve Colonies, she presented the retrofit of ''Pegasus'' to the [[Ministry of Defense]] and worked out the details of the [[CNP]] upgrade with Admiral [[Helena Cain|Cain]]. During that time, the two grow close and eventually start having a relationship. They try to be discreet in front of the crew, but don't make it a secret either.

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Gina Inviere

Gina Inviere[1] is the alias ("inviere" is the Old Gemenese word for "resurrection") of a humanoid Cylon who poses as a systems analyst aboard the battlestar Pegasus.

Several months before the attack on the Twelve Colonies, she presented the retrofit of Pegasus to the Ministry of Defense and worked out the details of the CNP upgrade with Admiral Cain. During that time, the two grow close and eventually start having a relationship. They try to be discreet in front of the crew, but don't make it a secret either. ...continued...

  1. The name "Gina" is never spoken in the series until the television special "Razor". However, before that, Ron Moore used the name throughout the podcasts for the episodes where Inviere appears, and the name was widely used by fans and news writers.