According to the rules and FAQ, when playing the core game or Pegasus, if Boomer is a cylon and reveals before the sleeper stage, she still takes TWO loyalty cards at the half and (can/does pass) them off to one person. However, according to the FAQ, when playing Exodus, if Boomer is a cylon and reveals before the sleeper stage, then she takes just ONE loyalty card to hand off. In Exodus, you always have one card left over; thus, it would seem that if Boomer takes just one of the two cards she was originally expecting to take, it leaves now two cards behind in the remaining "loyalty deck." This seems odd to me and a very bad thing for the cylons to have that much chance for one of their cards to go unselected (executions notwithstanding).
From the FAQ:
Q: How many loyalty cards does Boomer get in the sleeper-agent phase if she is a revealed Cylon at that time?
A: (Corey, FFG, to Orphius): Boomer would still receive 2 cards during the Sleeper phase. (This makes Boomer the only character whose drawback still partly functions after revealing. Corey's decision was on the base game, but it also holds for Pegasus. Note that an earlier ruling of Corey said that she would receive only one, but he changed his mind. Also note that if the Exodus expansion is used, the Exodus rulebook specifies that she draws only one. In the Exodus rules, however, the loyalty deck never empties.)
I don't get that last part about Exodus. Thoughts?