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General Information
Known as The Lone Colony
Ancient Name Sagittarius
Location Helios Gamma star system
Societal Information
Population 1.7 billion
Capital Tawa
Patron God Zeus
Attractions Acheron River
Pyramid Teams Sagittaron Archers
Series Connections
Characters Clarice Willow
Pryah Magnus
Sagittaron Recruit

Sagittaron is a planet in the Cyrannus Star System, orbiting the Helios Gamma star. Sagittarius is the ancient name of the colony, which was named after one of the Twelve Tribes of Kobol.


The barren, mountainous world of Sagittaron endured centuries of exploitation by the other colonies and, perhaps as a result, its inhabitants are still quite poor and have been slow to embrace modern science and technology. Because of their religious beliefs, many Sagittarons eschew medical treatments in favor of folk remedies. Public displays of affection, as well as singing and dancing, are banned by law, although visitors will find the capital, Tawa, a bit more tolerant than the isolated mountain valleys. [1]


The Twelve Colonies are located in the Cyrannus Star System. Sagittaron is in the third orbit of the Helios Gamma star in that system. The colonies Scorpia and Libran and also orbit this star. [1]

Noteworthy Citizens[]


Sister Clarice Willow of the Athena Academy

Sagittaron is home of Priyah Magnus, the public relations consultant for Graystone Industries. Cyrus Xander tapped her for a job with Graystone because she is the best public relations person on Sagittaron. ("Reins of a Waterfall")

Sister Clarice Willow (the Headmistress of the Athena Academy in Caprica City) was born on Sagittaron and grew up in its slums. [2]

In the News[]

During the Second Tauron Uprising in 42YR, CAP News reports that a massive shipment of Sagittaron arms bound for rebel forces on Tauron were seized. ("The Dirteaters")


Cultural References[]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Mandel, Ibid.
  2. "Pilot." Caprica: Season 1.0, created by Ronald D. Moore and Remi Aubuchon, deleted scenes, episode 101, Syfy, 2010, disc one, 5:30-5:40.