I really can't understand the Cylon air of righteousness in Battlestar Galactica, they've undertaken the genocide of almost an entire species, billions of people, used so many nuclear weapons that the Twelve Colonies should not be habitable/dead worlds for millenia, and yet they still think this is okay with their god? It seems an awfully weak point in trying to get the player to empathise with them, they're utter monsters, whether mankind created them or not, that does not absolve them of responsibility for their actions.
I can't see how anyone can get over this, and I can't see why Baltar doesn't raise this point with his imaginary friend.
Edit: Making twelve life bearing worlds lifeless is also such a crime (considering their rarity in the Milky Way) and an utterly moronic waste that I fail to see what their "plan" is?
Edited by Nonek, 10 September 2016 - 02:07 PM.