Character sourced from: Sci-Fi

Number Six

CBUB Wins: 1
CBUB Losses: 1
Win Percentage: 50.00%

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Official Site: Sci-Fi Channel

Number Six is a family of fictional character from the reimagined science fiction television series, Battlestar Galactica. She is portrayed by Canadian actress and model Tricia Helfer. Of the twelve known Cylon models, she is the sixth of the "Significant Seven". Like the others of the "Significant Seven", there are several versions of her, including Caprica Six, Baltar's "Head Six", Shelly Godfrey, Gina Inviere, and Natalie. She is the only model (aside from 8) that does not use one particular human alias for all copies.

The character was named after Number Six, Patrick McGoohan's character from the show The Prisoner.

Six is a seductive, statuesque Cylon infiltrator. She was the first example shown of a new generation of Cylons capable of adapting to human form and emotions. Little else is known of her earlier years. She can, like other Cylons, retain memories which can be downloaded into another body if the original body is killed. Like her counterparts, her body was designed to mimic the human body at the cellular level, making her almost undetectable to testing procedures, and there are many copies of her in existence. Sixes and Eights are the Humanoid Cylon models shown most frequently. Sixes tend to have individualistic traits, and are considerably susceptible to the full array of human emotions. Although extremely effective and adaptive, Sixes always show certain disdain for their given chores and dislike being treated as expendable. Most versions of Six have platinum-blonde hair, including Caprica Six, Shelley Godfrey, and Sonja. Others such as Gina Inviere, Natalie, and Lida have honey-blonde hair, and one Six with black hair has been observed.

Since her debut in the mini-series, a leitmotif has been used in scenes featuring Tricia Helfer as Six. This simple 9-note motif was composed by Richard Gibbs. The 9/8 figure is divided unevenly into a group of 3 notes, followed by 3 groups of 2. It is almost always performed on a gamelan, and also plays over the introduction to each episode of the series. On the published series soundtrack, the melody is listed as The Sense of Six.

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Eve 35 to 45
Win Zam Wessell 65 to 32