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Comment by mark brian rouland on February 28, 2017 at 1:33pm


Ive had some health problems, but they are getting better.  Wondering if Battlestar Orion-73 is still patrolling?


Comment by mark brian rouland on May 11, 2015 at 11:58am

just saw a message concerning Battlestar crew stats..wherein a group must consist of 25 members, all members of BSG.  There are smaller ships, within Ghost Fleet, that could accommodate a smaller crew.  We do this in KAG, working our way up to larger ships, w/ larger crews..just a thought.

Comment by mark brian rouland on May 7, 2015 at 10:18am

ok, after my cryo-sleep, Im back and looking again to the 'ghost fleet'  there are several possibilities there..anyone interested, lets talk..Ripsaw, Brian and Robert

Comment by mark brian rouland on October 19, 2013 at 7:28pm

ok, wasn't exactly sure how big Orion bs-73 was.  And since, so far, there are only 2 of us, we can tell anyone that contacts Orion, that she is a Pegasus-class Battlestar, ok??  Ive often wondered about 'moth-ball' fleets.  Both the Federation and the Klingon Empire have them. why not the Colonies??  Older ships can be 're-purposed' and surely not every ammo depot or older ship was within the confines of the 12 colonies?  Just a personal opinion, but there has to be other ships and facilities that Orion and Galactica can 'find'.  Thanks for quick response..have a great week-end...


Comment by brian scott mercier on October 19, 2013 at 6:59pm

personally i prefer the Pegasus size battlestar

Comment by mark brian rouland on October 19, 2013 at 6:31pm

Even though there appears to be a 'joining' of Colonial Defense Forces and Battlestar Galactica ships, there seems to be a lot of 'lee-way' in available information about ships.  Is Orion BSG-73 a Valkryie class Battlestar?  It makes sense if it is, 'cos they seem to have been half the size of Galactica, w/ about 20 Vipers onboard!  That would allow for 2 squadrons of 10 each..respectable.  My apologies if Ive taken the Tauran by the horns, but this couls open a door for several smaller BS' all within the Midwest.  And I did reference the position of the hopes for more activity within the 'heartland'.  So, w/ smaller battlestars, and fewer squadrons, along with the 'Colonial networking', we could find more Colonials to help out, still doing the gaming and still doing the BSG club.  What do you think Brian??

Comment by mark brian rouland on October 13, 2013 at 7:29pm

Your welcome, have a good nite!

Caprica 77

Comment by brian scott mercier on October 13, 2013 at 6:15pm

yes it could be.cool thanks for the info

Comment by mark brian rouland on October 13, 2013 at 6:18am

Greetings Brian,

I just stumbled upon another BSG Orian site..a MUSH??  It looks like a game platform, but it seems to have a lot of what could be pertinent info that sould be used?!  It is Colonial in designation and has descriptions of ship, personnel, even a background story.  There is a log-in/registration site too.  If it is active, perhaps there are members there to be recruited?  This is all speculation, but it could be interesting!


Comment by brian scott mercier on October 12, 2013 at 8:44pm

 i live about an hour out of omaha

 east of omaha


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