Eric Seaborne

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Eric Seaborne
Eric Seaborne

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Role Head of security, Astral Queen
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Eric Seaborne is a Cylon
Eric Seaborne is a Final Five Cylon
Eric Seaborne is a Human/Cylon Hybrid
Eric Seaborne is an Original Series Cylon
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Eric Seaborne in the separate continuity
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Eric Seaborne is the head of security aboard the Astral Queen.

As a renewed Cylon attack on the Colonies occurs, the Queen jumps to the Gemenon Data Processing Complex. After docking, Anna Bazinet asks for help in moving server equipment that contains highly sensitive, classified information off the complex. Agreeing to this, Owen Wilkens assigns Seaborne and other security guards from the Queen to oversee the prisoners who aide Bazinet.

However, this mission is aborted when Centurions storm the complex, forcing Bazinet to activate the destruction mechanism that would destroy the server room. As Bazinet, Tom Zarek and the other prisoners escape through the server core, Seaborne is rocked by the explosion and tries to grab towards the door opening. Zarek catches him, but solicits a promise that Seaborne would owe him for saving his life, to be paid at a later date.

Much to his chagrin, Seaborne agrees and survives the Cylons assault on the complex to return to the Queen, itself jumping to meet up with a refugee fleet at Ragnar (Battlestar Galactica: Zarek 4).