Apollo (1880)

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Apollo
Apollo

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Introduced Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 1
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Parents Archduke Adama
Siblings Lady Athena
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Apollo is a Cylon
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Apollo in the separate continuity
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For the canonical character from whom this depiction is based, see: Apollo (TOS).
For other separate continuities from other comics and novelization sources, see: Apollo (TOS alternate).

Apollo is the Crown Prince of Caprica, son of Archduke Adama, and brother to Lady Athena.

A Viper pilot, his former wingman and friend is Starbuck. Starbuck owes Apollo a life debt, which Lady Athena uses to her advantage following Apollo's abduction during the Cylonic suicide attack on Caprica.

After Apollo's abduction by the Cylonics, he is brought before Imperious Leader Baltar aboard the aetherprison Proteus. Baltar plans to have Apollo sent to Helia for hard labor, before finally extracting Apollo's brain and implanting it into a new iteration of Cylonic Knight—as a means to exact vengeance against Archduke Adama.

Aboard Proteus, he encounters two former subjects of the Colonial Empire that were excommunicated by the Quorum following Baltar's failed power-grab following the Ovion Wars: Boomer and Jolly (Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 1).

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