So, we've got the Exodus expansion for BSG a few days ago (up until now we only played with the core), and after reading the rules I have a small thing I need clarification about: the revised rules for preparing the Loyalty deck say that in a 6-player game, we should build a deck with 2 "You are a Cylon" cards and 10 "You are not a Cylon" cards - one more "Human" card than the original game. Then, after dealing the first round of loyalty cards, the "Sympathizer" card is added to the deck.
So, in a six-player game, after the first round of dealing the cards, we will have 7 cards, and one of them is the Sympathizer card. So in theory, it is possible that one of the Cylon cards (or the Sympathizer card) will never be drawn. Since one card is added to the Loyalty deck before drawing a new Loyalty after execution, it is possible that even after an execution there will only be one Cylon on the board.
Did I get the rules for this right? Is this indeed a possible situation?