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BSG: The Return To Kobol Part 3
After inspecting the chassis of the vanquished Cylons, and determining that they in fact were not connected to the Rebel Cylons with whom they had traveled to Kobol, CMDR Barto and his team of Marines leave the planet with the last of the three deadly robots.
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They are returning them under tight security to the Galactica for further examination to see what can be learned for possible future encounters.

















As far as they know, the Rebel Baseship is unaware of the murderous rampage by their fellow mechanized life forms.


















The violent incident that occurred was treated with the utmost secrecy, and having Cylon technology to study firsthand was seen as a tactical opportunity to better know their mysterious travel companions.
















Passage from the hangar bay to the improvised robotics laboratory was secured, and all nonessential personnel were cleared from the route.
















Maverick: "Alright, Team, this is it for today, finally."
















"It was a pain bringing them up here one at a time, but if you ask me, one is enough, after we saw what they’re capable of."

















PVT Bonsch: "I'm with you, Commander, even with the beefed-up containers, I'm glad we're back on Galactica."


















LT Bones: "Just couldn’t imagine what it was like back when whole armies of ‘em were runnin’ around loose."

















Mav: "Well, we’ve still gotta be on our toes with these things, dead or otherwise."

















Mav: "Okay, let's get this thing down to Storage Compartment C, and we'll let old Garry get crackin'."




















Meanwhile, CMDR Nempec visits the wounded Marine in one of the Surgical Medical Bays. The medical facilities have been redesigned from the original Galactica specifications to meet the demands of the new crew.
















Chief Medical Officer, LTCMDR Dr. Marcus Korund and his team attend to the wounded soldier.

Nempec: "Doctor, how’s the patient?"


















"He's coming along nicely, Commander, but he was cut up rather badly. Lucky not to have bled out. I saw the guy from the film crew, though: not so lucky. Looked like he went through a wood chipper..."















Nempec: "This is quite a set up you have here, Doc."
















Dr. Korund: "Funny, the original medical facility was somewhat crude compared to what we’ve got these days. They had some descent scanners, but that was about it. We’ve got the latest in Tissue Printing Regeneration Technology."
















Korund: "It all started at the beginning of the century when they rigged up inkjet printers with skin cells or whatever, and printed them right onto a gel. But if you think of that as black and white printing, this is 3 dimensional color printing. We have all the different cloned cells; muscle, nerves, epithelial...and it just prints them into the wound according to what’s necessary."

















Nempec: "Pretty crafty! Can he hear us in there?"


















Korund: "Maybe, but he’s so hopped up on muscle relaxants he’d have no clue what you were saying or even care."















Nempec: "Well, anyway, good news, and thanks for the update."






















Cylon Examination Facility.
It was anticipated during the planning stages of the Mission that a laboratory for studying and testing newfound technology was needed.













Furthermore, security to isolate potentially deadly contaminates from escaping into the rest of the ship was integral to the specifications.















Mav: "Quite a rig, eh Skipper?"














CMDR Nempec: "So, what’s the plan? Got anything?"















Mav: "Well, it’s a goldmine of information!"















LT CMDR King: "Yes, Sir, we will learn a great deal about our Clyon friends from these remains. Although I am certain that they are not in as good of a condition as the Rebel Cylons on the Baseship, we can probably assume that there haven’t been many major structural modifications from this design..."















Mav: "Well, from what I remember from our little tour over there, they all look the same to me."















Nempec: "I’d agree."














LT King: "Maintenance and power was probably a factor in your ability to take them out so quickly, even with your explosive rounds. It’s difficult to assess whether that would be the case against a better kept squad."














Mav: "Well, having a few spare parts to tinker with ought to give us an advantage, if we end up tangling with more of them, and you can bet we will!"








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  October 12, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti Ok first paragraph anwsered my previous question. I love the pic looking out of the landing bay to the planet below awesome. I really like how everything is military regimented. It really adds to the realism.
This was the episode where I decided I was going to have to build a hangar deck. Even thought the heavy raptor doesn't really fit, I needed a place for all of that hangar type activity, which, on the show amounts to quite a bit.
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  October 11, 2013
Ok first paragraph anwsered my previous question. I love the pic looking out of the landing bay to the planet below awesome. I really like how everything is military regimented. It really adds to the realism.
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  August 5, 2013
Quoting Tim C I love the research aspect of this episode. And as far as building goes, surgical medical is just brilliant. I like the little bits of future medical technology you threw in there. One day, we'll be able to print cells back into our body? Interesting indeed. Also, nice work on the holding cell for the Cylon.
Yes, been reading about that in the news recently with the medical printing. Maybe someday!
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  August 5, 2013
I love the research aspect of this episode. And as far as building goes, surgical medical is just brilliant. I like the little bits of future medical technology you threw in there. One day, we'll be able to print cells back into our body? Interesting indeed. Also, nice work on the holding cell for the Cylon.
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  June 19, 2013
Quoting Dave Kaleta Bart, So do you keep all your sets intact once you build them? That must use up a fair amount of storage as I can start to see how many you've created. ~DK
Most of them. This episode was right before I built the hangar deck, which is the biggest. Some sets, like Garry's lab, is easy to take apart and reassemble. In fact I used parts of it for other sets later on in the series. Same with a lot of the walls and props, as I imagine the TV show does. But yes, I've got a closet full! You'll get to the Behind the Scenes post at the end of this season. Thanks again!
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  June 19, 2013
Bart, So do you keep all your sets intact once you build them? That must use up a fair amount of storage as I can start to see how many you've created. ~DK
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  December 16, 2011
Quoting LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist Impressive! I really like the the designs for the hospital and containment facility!
Thanks! A little more Trekie in the med bay, just a change of pace.
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  December 16, 2011
Impressive! I really like the the designs for the hospital and containment facility!
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  June 7, 2011
Quoting Jay Rhum Pfffff! too easy! JK! This is awesome... just awesome!
Thanks, man! Glad you like it. Feel free to go back to the beginning of the story, there's lots to catch up on!
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  June 7, 2011
Pfffff! too easy! JK! This is awesome... just awesome!
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  June 5, 2011
Quoting The Grey Man I absolutely love every last detail of this. Your storyboarding is immense. Please, please share a trade secret and tell me how you do the backgrounds to the flying ships? I'm working on a Star Wars storyboard and it needs some spacey shots!
I use Gimp photoediting software, and there's a group devoted to the subject. I'll send you an invite. Thanks for the comment!
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  June 5, 2011
I absolutely love every last detail of this. Your storyboarding is immense. Please, please share a trade secret and tell me how you do the backgrounds to the flying ships? I'm working on a Star Wars storyboard and it needs some spacey shots!
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  May 25, 2011
Quoting Matt David Your editing is so good it makes me angry. But the builds are even better. So that makes me angrier. Great stuff!
Thanks, Matt!
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  May 24, 2011
Your editing is so good it makes me angry. But the builds are even better. So that makes me angrier. Great stuff!
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  May 10, 2011
Quoting Gerfy Legorider Great storyline you got there. Sorry I can't reply yesterday as my access to mocpages was not working.
There were server troubles from what I understand. Glad you enjoyed the show!
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  May 10, 2011
Great storyline you got there. Sorry I can't reply yesterday as my access to mocpages was not working.
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  May 7, 2011
Quoting Alex Mac I like how the 'fig looks green through the blue glass..At first I was totally confused as to where the parts came from. Your photoshopping is brilliant as always.
Thanks, Dude! I liked how that color ended up looking a creepy green. I just hope the containment works...
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  May 7, 2011
I like how the 'fig looks green through the blue glass..At first I was totally confused as to where the parts came from. Your photoshopping is brilliant as always.
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  May 6, 2011
Quoting M<0><0>DSWIM ! Once again, the Photoshoppery is astounding here and really adds to the "real" look of the scenes. Can't wait for more.
Much appreciated--Stay tuned!
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  May 5, 2011
Once again, the Photoshoppery is astounding here and really adds to the "real" look of the scenes. Can't wait for more.
  April 26, 2011
I think Christophe doubts that these are just ancient toasters. There must be something special about them!?
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  April 25, 2011
Quoting christophe corthay And it is exactely what I wanted to say + a frensh expression bad translated into english :-(((
Okay, I get it. Hmmm...Well...For now I'm sticking with them being ancient. But you'll have to wait and see what's next!
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  April 25, 2011
Marc "Edge" R.unde I think Christophe, doubts that these are just ancient toasters. There must be something special about them!? And it is exactely what I wanted to say + a frensh expression bad translated into english :-(((
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  April 25, 2011
Quoting Athanasios Lazarou That ship you have there is awesome dude!
Thanks!
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  April 25, 2011
Quoting Jonathan Cabassa you should consider making a stop-motion out of that
That would be cool, but not really my thing. Thanks for watching!
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  April 23, 2011
That ship you have there is awesome dude!
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  April 22, 2011
you should consider making a stop-motion out of that
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  April 21, 2011
Quoting Yuri Fassio Cool MOCs and nice editing. Story was good too, but I'm not much into BSG so you'll forgive me if I read it in fast forward, so to speak :)
Thanks, Yuri! Don't worry, no one's going to end up being a Cylon...At least I don't think so. Do you hear that song playing? Where's it coming from?
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  April 21, 2011
Quoting Histo Sci Way cool, man! LOVE the tissue idea (Did you come up with that? Classic sci-fi, right there!). This was such a cool episode! OT: Did you see Tron? I keep on thinking of you when I hear Castor talk to "Bartik"....
Thanks, Dude! The inkjet printer thing is real, but the 3D Regeneration idea is mine, but may be possible soon. Still have to watch Tron. I might get it this weekend, in fact. Thanks again for watching!
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  April 21, 2011
Cool MOCs and nice editing. Story was good too, but I'm not much into BSG so you'll forgive me if I read it in fast forward, so to speak :)
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  April 21, 2011
Way cool, man! LOVE the tissue idea (Did you come up with that? Classic sci-fi, right there!). This was such a cool episode! OT: Did you see Tron? I keep on thinking of you when I hear Castor talk to "Bartik"....
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  April 21, 2011
Way cool, man! LOVE the tissue idea (Did you come up with that? Classic sci-fi, right there!). This was such a cool episode! OT: Did you see Tron? I keep on thinking of you when I hear Castor talk to "Bartik"....
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  April 19, 2011
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 excellent episode el barto! cool scenes, superbly lighted, nice script, incredible effects of photoshop, good humour, really refined and polished work! i think that you start to put the original show to shame! as your schemes are surely more interesting than them! [it s always the same scenarios with those people!] now, this! talk about fresh concepts and ideas! until mav meets his long lost twin brother, i m your fan el barto! excellent work!
Nope, never planned on an Evil Twin episode. And the Cylon won't turn out to be his father, either...Thanks for the kind words!
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  April 19, 2011
excellent episode el barto! cool scenes, superbly lighted, nice script, incredible effects of photoshop, good humour, really refined and polished work! i think that you start to put the original show to shame! as your schemes are surely more interesting than them! [it s always the same scenarios with those people!] now, this! talk about fresh concepts and ideas! until mav meets his long lost twin brother, i m your fan el barto! excellent work!
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  April 19, 2011
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor I envy your building and photo editing skills. Excellent work man, can't wait to see more!
Much appreciated, Kirk!
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  April 19, 2011
I envy your building and photo editing skills. Excellent work man, can't wait to see more!
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  April 19, 2011
Quoting Tom Simon At first I was going to ask you to design my coffin, but after seeing the med lab's capabilities, I'm thinking your talents might be better used elsewhere.
Quoting Tom Simon Have I mentioned you are a great builder?
Good to hear from you, Dude! I wouldn't know where to start with a coffin, but I might be able to construct an orgasmatron.
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  April 19, 2011
Have I mentioned you are a great builder?
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  April 19, 2011
At first I was going to ask you to design my coffin, but after seeing the med lab's capabilities, I'm thinking your talents might be better used elsewhere.
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  April 18, 2011
Quoting Ced The Clever Ooooo, awwww. The designs on this one have got to be your best yet. Just what type of operation is the guy in the med lab undergoing anyway??? Hmmmmm...
We'll just leave that one to the imagination... Thanks for the comment, Ced!
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  April 18, 2011
Ooooo, awwww. The designs on this one have got to be your best yet. Just what type of operation is the guy in the med lab undergoing anyway??? Hmmmmm...
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  April 18, 2011
Quoting Master Shifu Leo J If anybody can spot a probe, it would be Boner. Cool MOC and story!
He's got an eye for that sorta thing, apparently. Thanks, Dude!
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  April 18, 2011
Quoting Hans DendauwNPD The lab looks fantastic.~H
Thanks, Hans! Borrowed a few parts from my son's Atlantis sets.
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  April 18, 2011
If anybody can spot a probe, it would be Boner. Cool MOC and story!
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  April 18, 2011
The lab looks fantastic.~H
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  April 18, 2011
Quoting Mister Bones Great stuff, from the sets to the editing to the story. Love the probe position in front of the medical tank.....HAHAHA
I was wondering when someone would catch that. Thanks, Boss!
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  April 18, 2011
Quoting christophe corthay WOW suspens become more and more interesting !! What are those toaster ?? I'm sure that Mav will find a solution about this mistery... The light of your pictures are just excellent !!!!
Thanks, Dude! Not sure if I understand your question?
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  April 18, 2011
Great stuff, from the sets to the editing to the story. Love the probe position in front of the medical tank.....HAHAHA
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  April 18, 2011
WOW suspens become more and more interesting !! What are those toaster ?? I'm sure that Mav will find a solution about this mistery... The light of your pictures are just excellent !!!!
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  April 18, 2011
Quoting Michael Rutherford The word EPIC is overused in this forum. But this REALLY is EPIC! It's huge, covers lots of topics, many many pics, all clear, all well lit, good story, GREAT PHOTOSHOPING...Really, quite a post. Attack!
Thanks for the words of encouragement! 'Attack' is coming soon, so stay tuned!
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  April 18, 2011
The word EPIC is overused in this forum. But this REALLY is EPIC! It's huge, covers lots of topics, many many pics, all clear, all well lit, good story, GREAT PHOTOSHOPING...Really, quite a post. Attack!
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  April 18, 2011
Quoting Firas Abu-Jaber Great work on the MOC(s) and the story lines.
I appreciate it, Firas!
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  April 18, 2011
Great work on the MOC(s) and the story lines.
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  April 18, 2011
Quoting Tyler Halliwell This was really awesome. the builds in this are really cool. What a nice comic.
Thanks for watching!
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  April 18, 2011
Quoting Parrington Levens loved the roof in the medbay, that room is awesome. Story just keeps on movn on nicely compadre, loving it.
Thanks, Chief!
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  April 18, 2011
This was really awesome. the builds in this are really cool. What a nice comic.
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  April 18, 2011
loved the roof in the medbay, that room is awesome. Story just keeps on movn on nicely compadre, loving it.
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  April 17, 2011
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde Dude! The awesomnes of your episodes is increasing constantly. Love that ceiling in my medical facility, hehe, and my new hair colour. I should have provided you with a sig-fig, I guess. Anyways, it´s nice to see my alter ego show up here - THANKS! ~Greetings, Marc
Probably your great grandson, handsome devil. That ceiling is the underside of an old UFO ship, I don't even remember when I got it. And the TIE Interceptor windscreen upside down into the center. Won't see another one of those, I'm sure. Thanks for watching, Doc!
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  April 17, 2011
Dude! The awesomnes of your episodes is increasing constantly. Love that ceiling in my medical facility, hehe, and my new hair colour. I should have provided you with a sig-fig, I guess. Anyways, it´s nice to see my alter ego show up here - THANKS! ~Greetings, Marc
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  April 17, 2011
Quoting Aidan Bryant Another good one, keep em comming!
Quoting Archon Mitchell Med bay is much better and medtech needs to be equal to the tech level of the storyline -- well done!
Thanks, guys!
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  April 17, 2011
Another good one, keep em comming!
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  April 17, 2011
Med bay is much better and medtech needs to be equal to the tech level of the storyline -- well done!
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  April 17, 2011
Quoting ChezMazter Foxtell This is the best MOC i've seen with an amazing storyline. Can't wait for a next episode.
Thanks! Go back to the beginning of the Next Chapter, then The Journey Home, it'll make more sense.
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  April 17, 2011
This is the best MOC i've seen with an amazing storyline. Can't wait for a next episode.
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  April 17, 2011
Quoting Nick Barrett Nicely developing story and your usual polished builds.. how long before we Brits can get Tissue Printing Regeneration on the NHS? ;-)
Well, let's look in the Magic 8 Ball...Uh oh, 'Outlook Not So Good.' Thanks for the comment, Dude!
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  April 17, 2011
Quoting De Tomaso Pantera This is Awesome! Really good story, great creations and photos. "looks like he's been through a wood chipper" lol
Ever watch Fargo? Thanks for the comment!
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  April 17, 2011
Quoting Mr. Xenomurphy What a scifi weekend - I was just watching episodes from the "V" series (2009) and now a new episode from El Barto's BSG. The level of depth you achieve in your photos through light, shadow and focus is amazing. And you really know how to tell stories.
Much appreciated, my friend!
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  April 17, 2011
Quoting Mike C I always look forward to your episodes. It's a great story line and the backdrops you build to support the story are amazing. Lookin forward to the next episode.
Thanks for checking it out!
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  April 17, 2011
Nicely developing story and your usual polished builds.. how long before we Brits can get Tissue Printing Regeneration on the NHS? ;-)
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  April 17, 2011
This is Awesome! Really good story, great creations and photos. "looks like he's been through a wood chipper" lol
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  April 17, 2011
What a scifi weekend - I was just watching episodes from the "V" series (2009) and now a new episode from El Barto's BSG. The level of depth you achieve in your photos through light, shadow and focus is amazing. And you really know how to tell stories.
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  April 17, 2011
I always look forward to your episodes. It's a great story line and the backdrops you build to support the story are amazing. Lookin forward to the next episode.
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  April 17, 2011
Quoting Mortalswordsman . Wow this is soo detailed. Great story line,you have a lot of imagination :) Excellent presentation and photos. I love the shot looking out of the hanger bay doors
Thanks for watching!
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  April 17, 2011
Wow this is soo detailed. Great story line,you have a lot of imagination :) Excellent presentation and photos. I love the shot looking out of the hanger bay doors
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  April 17, 2011
Quoting Cody G Another great episode! Nice work on the cylon research facility and the med bay!
Thanks, Dude!
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  April 17, 2011
Another great episode! Nice work on the cylon research facility and the med bay!
 
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