This week there were just five of us which is a good number for Battlestar Galactica, although a bit tougher with just three humans against two toasters. This was Felix's first play and, understandably, he was keeping pretty quiet. But was that just to hide that he (Starbuck) was a cylon? There weren't too many suspicious actions before the sleeper reveal although I (as Admiral Saul Tigh) was trying to goad Nige (Chief) by suggesting his actions were just what a skin-job would do. Nicky (President Laura Roslin) made us face a couple of nasty crisis cards - very suspicious - and when she let Andrew (Gaius Baltar) draw the next jump card instead of me, my cylon senses were heightened although Andrew was also unhelpful in only jumping one space.
Soon, the inevitable happened with Chief Nige declaring himself a cylon and trying to destroy the armory so his boarding party was protected (thankfully he failed). Things were looking very precarious though with all of our tracks getting very low. The admiral managed another jump and got us to Kobol so one more jump would see us to Earth. Nige was desparately pleading for the other cylon to reveal himself (or herself) as we were easy pickings by then but still he seemed to be acting alone. However, eventually, Andrew - Baltar - revealed himself not to be human (and hadn't been from the start) and it was curtains for the good guys. Good fun as always but the writing was on the wall long before the final blow was delivered and Andrew could have shortened the game by about half an hour if he'd revealed earlier. Anyway, he kept his identity secret very effectively and pushed on for the win when he eventually needed to.