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Hippolyta
Biographical Information
Name Hippolyta
Origin Unknown
Residence Caprica City
Occupation STO Soldier
Religion Monotheism
Status Deceased
Relationship Information
Significant Other Pann (boyfriend)
Character Information
Portrayer Aidan Dee
First Episode "End of Line"
Last Episode "Retribution"
Episode Count 3
Cultural References Queen Hippolyta
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Hippolyta is a Monotheist and an STO soldier.

She is one of Clarice Willow's former students. Athena Academy's STO membership (Hippolyta, Pann, Ben Stark, and Keon Gatwick) dissolved after Ben died. At some point in time she switched sides to join Barnabas Greeley's cell.  Barnabas is Clarice's rival. She is with Barnabas in the Port District when Clarice comes to confront her rival. ("Reins of a Waterfall") ("End of Line") ("Retribution")

109 Clarice Confronts Barnabas

Barnabas' and Clarice's cells square off.

Lacy is target shooting in a greenhouse. She joins Barnabas and other young STO members in a ritual circle. She, Keon and Pann are there with others. Barnabas takes a knife and cuts the palm of his hand. He squeezes his blood into a bowl. Lacy is distracted. She says she does not know the ritual, but Pann says Barnabas has done it before. Hippolyta says it is one of their most sacred. Barnabas doubts her commitment to the cause. In response, Lacy takes the knife, slices her palm and squeezes her blood into the bowl. She takes the bowl and pours the blood into an infinity symbol upon a wooden slab. Barnabas is pleased. He leaves, taking Hippolyta with him. ("Unvanquished")

Hippolyta is part of a botched attempt to kill Clarice by planting a bomb at Trojan Spaceport in Caprica City - an attempt Barnabas ordered. When Clarice discovers this, she goes to Hippolyta's home and finds her in an alley outside of her apartment. Hippolyta tries to apologize, but Olaf Willow knocks her down. The GDD finds her dead body in the morning. ("Retribution")

Notes[]

Executive Producer Kevin Murphy says in the commentary for episode "Unvanquished" that Barnabas expects his followers to sexually service him. This is why Barnabas tells Hippolyta to come with him after the ritual. [1]

Cultural References[]

References[]

  1. "Unvanquished." Caprica: Season 1.5, created by Ronald D. Moore and Remi Aubuchon, commentary by Executive Producer Kevin Murphy, episode 110, Syfy, 2010, disc one, 23:40-23:44.
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