Charlotte Gallivan
Charlotte Gallivan
Vital statistics
Home Colony: Libran
Gender: Female
Birthdate: 62 BTF
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Green
Posting: Battlestar Galactica
Position: Ship Psychiatrist
Rank: Lieutenant
Spouse(s): N/A
Children: N/A
Personal Weapons Systems
Primary Projectile Weapons: Standard Issue Pistol
Chronological & Political Information
Era(s): First Cylon War
Affiliations: Colonial
Enemies: Cylons

Dr. Charlotte Gallivan is a character in the one-shot story Prisoner of War from the Chronicles of the First Cylon War series. She was born on Libran.


Dr Charlotte Gallivan was a Lieutenant aboard the Battlestar Galactica during the final days of the First Cylon War. It was her responsibility to look after the Psychological welfare of the crew and this duty meant that she was allocated her own room that doubled as her office. During the final days of the war she was assigned the unique task of interrogating a Cylon prisoner.

Controversial FigureEdit

After the war she returned to Libran to lecture in Psychiatry at the University of Libran. As a result of her experiences with the Cylons she later wrote a book entitled 'The Enemy' which was a psychological study of the Cylon race. In it she described how the Cylons had evolved into a legitimate artificial and sentient race that had

"The Enemy" by Charlotte Gallivan

been enslaved by humanity and likened their revolt to the one that took place on Tauron. The book was extremely controversial and Dr Gallivan herself faced reprisals, some violent, for the rest of her life. Neveah Ratliff gave a copy of the book to Artimus Bowman when she met him onboard the Battlestar Cerberus. He held onto the book and kept in his collection aboard the Battlestar Hermes until after ‘The Fall’

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