Cylon Raider (Blood and Chrome) Battlestar Galactica Model
The next incredible ship to soar into the Battlestar Galactica Collection is the Blood and Chrome version of the Cylon Raider! Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome is a prequel to the 2004 reimagined series that tells the story of William
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The next incredible ship to soar into the Battlestar Galactica Collection is the Blood and Chrome version of the Cylon Raider! Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome is a prequel to the 2004 reimagined series that tells the story of William Adama (later Admiral Adama) in his earliest days aboard the Battlestar Galactica. The ships taking flight in the show were conceived to be halfway points between original designs and the updated, modern machines. This Blood and Chrome Raider combines the cockpit-style and panel structure of the Classic Raider with the enlarged engines and evolving scimitar shape of the Modern Raider. Far from mere stopgap though, this ship was a deadly upgrade in-flight speed and attack accuracy!
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