"Battlestar Galactica"
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Humanity has reached for the stars and led by twelve zodiac gods and goddesses populated twelve worlds as colonies of Earth in a distant galaxy. Scientific advancement has created robots with artificial intelligence, Cylons, that rebel against humanity and after a war agree to go their own way. Because of the robot rebellion, further research had been abandoned but only by humans so 50 years later, the Cylons return with 12 advanced models capable of appearing human and quickly dominate humanity wiping out most and forcing 50,000 humans to flee towards Earth. The Cylons are confident that they are superior to the humans supposedly lacking many emotional flaws and possessing an abliity to be reborn into new bodies with memories of past lives as well as an ability to share memories with replicate models. However, Cylons are unable to reproduce and unable to communicate with their one god that they believe replaces the human belief in twelve gods so they are keen to gain these abilities from their human creators. The Cylons wipe out most of humanity on the twelve planets except for a few used in experiments to reproduce. Unable to reproduce among themselves, they attempt to reproduce with humans and insist that reproduction can only be successful if the humans fall in love with them which is challenging to accomplish in part because the Cylons cannot shut up about how superior they are to humans. The Cylons avoid wiping out the remaining 50,000 humans preferring to chase them back to Earth in hopes of forcing a meeting with their god. The humans initially allow the remaining military to lead their flight but eventually accept that they need to cooperate and put aside past colony specific prejudices in order to survive as a species as their populationo dwindles. Civilian leadership chooses to abandon the quest for Earth and settle on another planet where the Cylons find them and enslave them. This causes a rift among the advanced Cylon models and a rift among the humans forcing new alliances, a civil war among the Cylons and a continuation of the flight to Earth. When Earth is finally reached, it is surprisingly uninhabitable due to an ancient nuclear war. Out of hope, the humans despair but the one god sends angels to guide them to a new planet where the Cylons and humans can co-exist peacefully.
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