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Roslin is clearly the most likely candidate, however I think that Thrace has enough supporting evidence to warrent a mention. She played a major role in guiding the fleet to Earth, she may have died in Maelstrom, and as CAG, she was a leader. The main problem is that She doesn't have a literal wasting disease, however her obsessive and self-destructive tendancies are arguably a metaphorical wasting disease. -- [[User:Gordon Ecker|Gordon Ecker]] 22:55, 25 July 2008 (UTC)
Roslin is clearly the most likely candidate, however I think that Thrace has enough supporting evidence to warrent a mention. She played a major role in guiding the fleet to Earth, she may have died in Maelstrom, and as CAG, she was a leader. The main problem is that She doesn't have a literal wasting disease, however her obsessive and self-destructive tendancies are arguably a metaphorical wasting disease. -- [[User:Gordon Ecker|Gordon Ecker]] 22:55, 25 July 2008 (UTC)
:A interesting thought. Also, if Roslin is still the dying leader <i>(waves hand in Jedi mind trick)</i>, this may not be the Earth they're looking for. I'm still betting on Roslin, given what was seen. But, yes, "leader" is quite vague. --[[User:Spencerian|Spencerian]] 16:44, 31 July 2008 (UTC)
:A interesting thought. Also, if Roslin is still the dying leader <i>(waves hand in Jedi mind trick)</i>, this may not be the Earth they're looking for. I'm still betting on Roslin, given what was seen. But, yes, "leader" is quite vague. --[[User:Spencerian|Spencerian]] 16:44, 31 July 2008 (UTC)
== "Harbinger of Death" ==
How was she the harbinger of death, exactly? If there's any explanation, this needs to be added.--[[User:Space Lizard|Space Lizard]] 18:54, 22 March 2009 (UTC)

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In which podcast did RDM state that Kara is not a Cylon? I don't remember any explicit statements in the Crossroads, Part II podcast. -- Gordon Ecker 23:14, 20 April 2007 (CDT)

You're right. I'll remove the note, but I'm sure I heard it somewhere, dang it. --Spencerian 00:11, 21 April 2007 (CDT)
David Eick did say in the LA Times:--Bradtem 14:28, 21 April 2007 (CDT)
   "My goal was to mislead the audience into thinking Kara Thrace was a
   Cylon," Eick said. Being a Cylon, after all, would mean that there
   were many copies of her, and therefore Sackhoff could come back as a
   different version of Starbuck.

There is a discrepency in the prophesies of the two hybrids (in "Razor" and in "Faith").  The First Hybrid says she will lead "the human race" to its end.  The hybrid in Faith says she will lead "them all to their end."  What does the discrepency mean?  I'm not sure, but I'm convinced it means something.  -- Monupics 20:01, 26 May 2008 (UTC)

  All will be revealed. :) -- Joe Beaudoin So say we all - Donate - Battlestar Pegasus 20:09, 26 May 2008 (UTC)

The dying leader

Roslin is clearly the most likely candidate, however I think that Thrace has enough supporting evidence to warrent a mention. She played a major role in guiding the fleet to Earth, she may have died in Maelstrom, and as CAG, she was a leader. The main problem is that She doesn't have a literal wasting disease, however her obsessive and self-destructive tendancies are arguably a metaphorical wasting disease. -- Gordon Ecker 22:55, 25 July 2008 (UTC)

A interesting thought. Also, if Roslin is still the dying leader (waves hand in Jedi mind trick), this may not be the Earth they're looking for. I'm still betting on Roslin, given what was seen. But, yes, "leader" is quite vague. --Spencerian 16:44, 31 July 2008 (UTC)

"Harbinger of Death"

How was she the harbinger of death, exactly? If there's any explanation, this needs to be added.--Space Lizard 18:54, 22 March 2009 (UTC)