History Series / StargateAtlantis

20th Oct '17 9:46:26 PM BelBlack
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::: It has to be said he didn't ''guess'' it -- he'd seen it before, and remembered it because he'd [[IRememberBecause figured out what the numbers meant]]. The only reason [=McCay=] even typed the password in full view of Sheppard is because of his low opinion of military types as idiots, figuring Sheppard would never remember it. Which is odd, since he's known since the first season that Sheppard has a MENSA-level IQ.

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::: It has to be said he didn't ''guess'' it -- he'd seen it before, and remembered it because he'd [[IRememberBecause figured out what the numbers meant]]. The only reason [=McCay=] [=McKay=] even typed the password in full view of Sheppard is because of his low opinion of military types as idiots, figuring Sheppard would never remember it. Which is odd, since he's known since the first season that Sheppard has a MENSA-level IQ.
2nd Sep '17 10:37:02 AM Mikedem2
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* ToServeMan: Human beings are the Wraith's sole food source (specifically their LifeEnergy), and the human societies in Pegasus are treated like cattle.
31st Aug '17 8:12:01 AM Mikedem2
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* CreateYouOwnVillain: The Ancients [[spoiler:accidentally created the Wraith, the enemy that drove them out of the Pegasus galaxy and terrorized the galaxy for over 10,000 years.

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* CreateYouOwnVillain: CreateYourOwnVillain: The Ancients [[spoiler:accidentally created the Wraith, the enemy that drove them out of the Pegasus galaxy and terrorized the galaxy for over 10,000 years.
31st Aug '17 8:11:05 AM Mikedem2
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* CreateYouOwnVillain: The Ancients [[spoiler:accidentally created the Wraith, the enemy that drove them out of the Pegasus galaxy and terrorized the galaxy for over 10,000 years.
** The Atlantis Expedition transformed a captured Wraith into a human named Michael, a recurring villain who [[spoiler:manages to conquer the galaxy in a BadFuture.]]


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** Aiden Ford sucks at naming things.
27th Aug '17 5:42:16 PM Mikedem2
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* TheBattlestar: Wraith Hive ships serve as their main battleships, mobile cities, and carriers for hundreds of dart fighters.
** The 304-class ships from Earth, including the ''Daedalus'' and the ''Apollo''.
** Atlantis itself is an intergalactic starship that can defend itself with a powerful shield and Ancient drone weapons, and carries a few dozen Puddle Jumpers that the expedition use as armed scout ships.
6th Aug '17 5:55:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* InappropriatelyCloseComrades: Major/Colonel John Sheppard is professional enough not to engage in this, but there is a version of him who bucked the rules in the AlternateRealityEpisode "Vegas". When Sheppard was [[TheWarOnTerror stationed in Afghanistan]], he ignored direct orders to retreat so he could attempt a failed rescue mission that got him discharged from the air force. The alternate universe version of Rodney [=McKay=] figures out that it was because Sheppard was in a relationship with one of the soldiers he tried to rescue, which he doesn't deny.

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* InappropriatelyCloseComrades: Major/Colonel John Sheppard is professional enough not to engage in this, this (and besides that, the most ShipTeasing involving him were with Elizabeth (civilian) and Teyla (alien)), but there is a version of him who bucked the rules in the AlternateRealityEpisode "Vegas". When Sheppard was [[TheWarOnTerror stationed in Afghanistan]], he ignored direct orders to retreat so he could attempt a failed rescue mission that got him discharged from the air force. The alternate universe version of Rodney [=McKay=] figures out that it was because Sheppard was in a relationship with one of the soldiers he tried to rescue, which he doesn't deny.
4th Aug '17 4:28:14 PM DarkPhoenix94
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** The Wraith (at first, before LoweredMonsterDifficulty set in). Later seasons {{handwave}} the Wraiths increased vulnerability to bullets by explaining that their healing ability is directly proportional to how recently they have fed; with more Wraith awake and less food to go around, they begin to lose their advantage.

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** The Wraith (at first, before LoweredMonsterDifficulty set in). Later seasons {{handwave}} the Wraiths increased vulnerability to bullets by explaining that their healing ability is directly proportional to how recently they have fed; fed. something suggested as early as the first episode; with more Wraith awake and less food to go around, a running subplot throughout the series, they begin to lose their advantage.



* TheJuggernaut: The upgraded Wraith ship in the GrandFinale.

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* TheJuggernaut: The upgraded Wraith ship Super-Hive in the GrandFinale.GrandFinale. Specifically, it's massive, and thanks to being powered by [[spoiler: a ZPM]], its HealingFactor (Wraith shielding systems are generally fairly nominal, going in for healing abilities instead) is insanely powerful.



'''Fran:''' One always wishes to fulfill one's purpose.\\

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'''Fran:''' One always wishes to fulfill fulfil one's purpose.\\



* KangarooCourt: The trial in "Inquisition". They arguably could have convicted Atlantis fairly on the charges, but instead they had one war survivor looking for a scapegoat and another judge being bribed by the Genii to vote guilty. The lead judge is actually open to being persuaded by a good argument. The war survivor was so biased she was going to vote guilty no matter what, but they manage to win the trial by convincing the reasonable one and giving the corrupt judge a counter-bribe to vote in their favor.
* KindRestraints: Sheppard is confined to his room while turning into the iratis bug; he asked for it, he warned everyone, yet no-one seemed to take him seriously.

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* KangarooCourt: The trial in "Inquisition". They arguably could have convicted Atlantis fairly on the charges, but instead they had one war survivor looking for a scapegoat and another judge being bribed by the Genii to vote guilty. The lead judge is actually open to being persuaded either way by a good argument. The war survivor was so biased she was going to vote guilty no matter what, but they manage to win the trial by convincing the reasonable one and giving the corrupt judge a sufficiently juicy counter-bribe to vote in their favor.
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* KindRestraints: Sheppard is confined to his room while turning into the iratis Iratus bug; he asked for it, he warned everyone, yet no-one seemed to take him seriously.



** In "Duet", [=McKay=] has the conciousness of Laura Cadman, a Marine, trapped within his mind. She was able to take control of his body for brief moments, longer if he was sleeping or voluntarily surrendered control, and she twice took the opportunity to kiss other members of the Atlantis expedition. [[spoiler:First she kissed Katie Brown, a botanist with whom Rodney had a date, and then she kissed Carson Beckett right before the dangerous experiment that would either restore her to her own body, or kill her and Rodney both.]]

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** In "Duet", [=McKay=] has the conciousness consciousness of Laura Cadman, a Marine, trapped within his mind. She was able to take control of his body for brief moments, longer if he was sleeping or voluntarily surrendered control, and she twice took the opportunity to kiss other members of the Atlantis expedition. [[spoiler:First she kissed Katie Brown, a botanist with whom Rodney had a date, and then [[CrowningMomentOfFunny she kissed Carson Beckett right before the dangerous experiment that would either restore her to her own body, or kill her and Rodney both.]]]]]]



* LoveTriangle: At the end of season four and the beginning of season five, Ronon and Rodney both begin to have feelings for Keller, and in "Tracker" they admit their feelings to each other and agree to allow Keller to make the decision. [[spoiler:She ultimately choses Rodney, but a deleted scene in "Trio" (lightly) implies that it was because Ronon took too long to make a move after their first spark in "Quarantine". Once Ronon realizes this in "The Lost Tribe" he calmly accepts the choice and stops his pursuit.]]

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* LoveTriangle: At the end of season four and the beginning of season five, Ronon and Rodney both begin to have feelings for Keller, and in "Tracker" they admit their feelings to each other and agree to allow Keller to make the decision. [[spoiler:She ultimately choses chooses Rodney, but a deleted scene in "Trio" (lightly) implies that it was because Ronon took too long to make a move after their first spark in "Quarantine". Once Ronon realizes this in "The Lost Tribe" he calmly accepts the choice and stops his pursuit.]]



** The Wraith were first introduced as ''[[BigBad the]]'' [[BigBad ultimate evil in the universe]]. They were the race that [[PrecursorKillers killed the Ancients]], and the Atlantis team spent much of the first few seasons running and hiding from them. They were practically ImmuneToBullets due to their rapid HealingFactor, requiring huge amounts of firepower to bring down, and just ''two'' of their Hiveships posed enough of a threat to Atlantis to warrant the team trying to blow the place up themselves, rather than let them get their hands on it. After a couple seasons, however, they die just as easily from a burst of P90 fire as any other enemy Mook, although they sometimes can eat a few pistol rounds and keep coming, and their ships tend to go down even easier. By the series finale, Sheppard is [[DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu casually mocking most of the Wraith he comes into contact with]].
*** [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that the Wraith are stronger and heal better depending on how recently they've fed and their level in the caste system. At the beginning of season 1 ''all'' the Wraith are awakened and basically go on a feeding spree, culling huge amounts of planets, and even then they are literally ''desperate'' to get to Atlantis [[spoiler:so they can get to Earth with its 6-7 billion population]] because there isn't enough to go around. By season 5 they are significantly weakened and starving. [[DudeNotFunny Not the first army in history to get defeated by starvation, right?]]

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** The Wraith were first introduced as ''[[BigBad the]]'' [[BigBad ultimate evil in the universe]]. They were the race that [[PrecursorKillers killed the Ancients]], and the Atlantis team spent much of the first few seasons running and hiding from them. They were practically ImmuneToBullets due to their rapid HealingFactor, requiring huge amounts of firepower to bring down, and just ''two'' of their Hiveships Hive Ships posed enough of a threat to Atlantis to warrant the team trying to blow the place up themselves, rather than let them get their hands on it. After a couple seasons, however, they die just as easily from a burst of P90 fire as any other enemy Mook, although they sometimes can eat a few pistol rounds and keep coming, and their ships tend to go down even easier. By the series finale, Sheppard is [[DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu casually mocking most of the Wraith he comes into contact with]].
*** [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that for a couple of reasons. First, the Expedition mostly knows about the Wraith from the residents of Pegasus, to whom they are an omnipotent evil, and from Ancient records, when the Wraith were at the very height of their power, and aren't particularly well informed as to their capabilities. Second, the Wraith are stronger and heal better depending on how recently they've fed and their level in the caste system. At the beginning of season 1 ''all'' the Wraith are awakened and basically go on a feeding spree, culling huge amounts of planets, and even then they are literally ''desperate'' to get to Atlantis [[spoiler:so [[spoiler: so they can get to Earth with its 6-7 billion population]] because there isn't enough to go around. By season 5 they are significantly weakened and starving.starving, while the Expedition and SGC forces in general have figured out how most effectively to fight them, with the latter having upgraded their ships with extremely powerful Asgard weaponry. [[DudeNotFunny Not the first army in history to get defeated by starvation, right?]]



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** Weir is this for pretty much the entirety of the Expedition.



* MercyKill: Major Sheppard kills Colonel Sumner after he had been fed upon by the Wraith. When Colonel Dillon Everett, a friend of Sumner's, arrives on Atlantis, he wonders just what made Sheppard feel that, after only knowing Sumner for a few days, he was qualified to make that call. [[spoiler:When Everett himself is fed on by a Wraith he tells Sheppard that he made the right call, and wishes that Sheppard had been there for him.]]

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* MercyKill: Major Sheppard kills Colonel Sumner after he had been fed upon by the Wraith. When Colonel Dillon Everett, a friend of Sumner's, arrives on Atlantis, he wonders just what made Sheppard feel that, after only knowing Sumner for a few days, he was qualified to make that call. [[spoiler:When Everett himself is fed on by a Wraith he tells Sheppard that he made the right call, and wishes that Sheppard had been there for him.]]



** [=McKay=] destroyed [[InsistentTerminology 5/6]] of a solar system when he let his hubris get the better of his judgement.

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** [=McKay=] destroyed [[InsistentTerminology 5/6]] of a solar system when he let his hubris get the better of his judgement. Since it was uninhabited, this is more of a RunningGag used to wind him up than a serious cause for angst.



* OurAncestorsAreSuperheroes: Not only it has AncientAstronauts, but they also sport non-technological superpowers, like telepathy.
** Teyla is revealed to be descended from humans who were experimented on by the Wraith, which gave them (and her, and others like her) the ability to sense the presence of Wraith.
*** This ability also allows her to tap into the Wraith psychic network and even temporarily possess a Wraith. Of course, it works both ways.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: The Wraith were once insects who [[HollywoodEvolution evolved to a human-like state]], but still retain their most basic instincts, which is to feed off of beings by sucking the life force (literally) out of your body with their hands, to rejuvenate their own life. Doing so renders them biologically immortal, some having been around for many thousands of years. It is unknown whether a Wraith can starve to death although there is an instance where one went delirious and spoke in haikus. Feeding causes the target to age rapidly until they die; even partially fed victims die most of the time due to the levels of trauma involved. In fact, the human body would shut down far too fast for their liking, were it not for the special enzyme transferred into the victim that makes them somewhat more resistant to it. Said enzyme is produced by a set of glands in their forearms and can be used as a highly addictive [[PsychoSerum combat drug]] for humans.
** It is said that Wraiths have a HealingFactor dependent on when they fed last. A well-fed Wraith can knock humans across walls and swallow up to forty bullets before dying -- as Sheppard puts it, "I can see you just fed which means your regenerative powers are at their highest... but I seriously doubt you can grow a new head". However, their physiology is similar enough to humans that Wraith weapons designed to stun humans work on their owners as well. Additionally, a retrovirus can suppress the insect DNA, transforming the Wraith in question into a regular human with amnesia (temporarily unless a viral inhibitor dose is also used regularly).

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* OurAncestorsAreSuperheroes: Not only does it has have AncientAstronauts, but they also sport non-technological superpowers, like telepathy.
** Teyla is revealed to be descended from humans who were experimented on by the Wraith, which gave them (and her, and others like her) the ability to sense the presence of Wraith.
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Wraith. This ability also allows her to tap into the Wraith psychic network and even temporarily possess a Wraith. Of course, it works both ways.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: The Wraith were once insects who [[HollywoodEvolution evolved to a human-like state]], but still retain their most basic instincts, which is to feed off of beings by sucking the life force (literally) out of your body with their hands, to rejuvenate their own life. Doing so renders them biologically immortal, some having been around for many thousands of years. It is unknown whether a Wraith can starve to death although - though there is an instance where one went wound up delirious and spoke in haikus. Feeding causes the target to age rapidly until they die; even partially fed victims die most of the time due to the levels of trauma involved. In fact, the human body would shut down far too fast for their liking, were it not for the special enzyme transferred into the victim that makes them somewhat more resistant to it. Said enzyme is produced by a set of glands in their forearms and can be used as a highly addictive [[PsychoSerum combat drug]] for humans.
** It is said that Wraiths have a the Wraith HealingFactor is dependent on when they fed last. A well-fed Wraith can knock humans across through walls and swallow up to forty bullets before dying -- as Sheppard puts it, "I can see you just fed which means your regenerative powers are at their highest... but I seriously doubt you can grow a new head". However, their physiology is similar enough to humans that Wraith weapons designed to stun humans work on their owners as well. Additionally, a retrovirus can suppress the insect DNA, transforming the Wraith in question into a regular human with amnesia (temporarily unless a viral inhibitor dose is also used regularly).



** The ExpandedUniverse reveals something that explains a great deal about the above, and why the Wraith hate the Ancients in the first place: they didn't actually evolve from the Iratus Bug, that was a polite fiction of the Ancients. They were originally humans experimented on by the Ancients, and not entirely willingly at that, being spliced with Iratus bug DNA as a potential method of becoming immortal if the whole Ascension thing didn't work out.



* VillainDecay: The Wraith seem to go through this, especially in the last couple of seasons, due to both LoweredMonsterDifficulty and the story changing the emphasis from "the Wraith slowly wiping out all Pegasus humans" to battles against EvilerThanThou enemies such as the Replicators and Michael. Todd also helped with the Villain Decay, because he gave a lot of insight into Wraith culture, and someone decided not to make them as evil as we were first led to believe.
* VillainEpisode: The series shows the POV of a Wraith named Michael in the eponymous episode, which makes the main characters look morally ambiguous if not downright evil for their treatment of the Wraith-turned-human. The sympathies of the audience remain with Michael during most of the episode, and for a large part of the fanbase, well after Michael became a threat to the team in his own right.

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* VillainDecay: The Wraith seem to go through this, especially in the last couple of seasons, due to both LoweredMonsterDifficulty and the story changing the emphasis from "the Wraith slowly wiping out all Pegasus humans" to battles against EvilerThanThou enemies such as the Replicators and Michael. Todd also helped with the Villain Decay, because he gave a lot of insight into Wraith culture, and someone it was decided not to make them as evil as we were first led to believe.
** This might also have something to do with the fact that for the first two seasons, the Expedition actually knew very little about the Wraith and the main perspective on them came from the residents of Pegasus who had a superstitious dread of them as an omnipotent force of evil, and the Ancients in their last stand, when the Wraith were overwhelming them.
* VillainEpisode: The series shows the POV of a Wraith named Michael in the eponymous episode, which makes the main characters look morally ambiguous ambiguous, if not downright evil evil, for their treatment of the Wraith-turned-human. The sympathies of the audience remain with Michael during most of the episode, and for a large part of the fanbase, well after Michael became a threat to the team in his own right. Then he lost all that sympathy when he became the most evil antagonist in the series, and a {{Hypocrite}} to boot.



** Both the Wraith and the humans of the Altantis expedition point out that no matter how many Wraith ships they destroy, the Wraith will just send more.

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** Both the Wraith and the humans of the Altantis Atlantis expedition point out that no matter how many Wraith ships they destroy, the Wraith will just send more.more. Back during the war with the Ancients, this was a viable Wraith strategy, largely because they had cloning factories.



* WestCoastTeam: To the original ''Series/StargateSG1''.
* WhamShot: After the successful destruction of the Asuran homeworld in "Be All My Sins Remembered" by the Tau'ri-Wraith-Traveller alliance, the last shot of the episode reveals the apparently still alive [[spoiler:Elizabeth Weir]] clad in villain gear and commanding a Replicator ship.

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* WestCoastTeam: To the original ''Series/StargateSG1''.
''Series/StargateSG1'', which it ultimately outlasted.
* WhamShot: After the successful destruction of the Asuran homeworld in "Be All My Sins Remembered" by the Tau'ri-Wraith-Traveller alliance, the last shot of the episode reveals the apparently still alive [[spoiler:Elizabeth Weir]] clad in villain gear and commanding a Replicator ship.ship and pronouncing a rather ominous WhamLine.



** A clip show in which the Pegasus Galaxy call the Atlantis Expedition out for all the chaos they have caused with a panel of three judges. Subverted since the reasonable one agrees with them, the emotional one isn't listening, and the swing vote is corrupt.
** "Michael" loves to point this out, that for all their preaching about morality, in regards to torturing and experimenting on prisoners, they violated it several times because of the flimsy justification that human rights do not apply when the enemy ''isn't'' human.

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** A clip show in which the Pegasus Galaxy call the Atlantis Expedition out for all the chaos they have caused with a panel of three judges. Subverted since the reasonable one ultimately agrees with them, them when the Expedition makes their case, the emotional one isn't listening, listening and was never going to, and the swing vote is corrupt.
corrupt and happily changes sides in exchange for a suitably large bribe.
** "Michael" loves to point this out, that for all their preaching about morality, in regards to torturing and experimenting on prisoners, they the Expedition violated it several times because of the flimsy justification that human rights do not apply when the enemy ''isn't'' human.human. This loses a bit of its punch when you consider that [[{{Hypocrite}} he promptly did the exact same thing, on a far grander scale, slaughtering entire planets to create his Hybrid army]], while the Expedition was largely isolated and up against an entire galaxy full of Wraith, meaning that it fell into IDidWhatIHadToDo territory.



* WildCard: Todd the Wraith, oh so much.

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* WildCard: Todd the Wraith, Wraith (real name 'Guide', apparently), oh so much.much. The only thing he can be sure of doing is what's best for him - and even then, that's not entirely certain.



* WithholdingTheirName: When telepathic [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Wraith]] get captured for interrogation or just become recurring characters, [[TheNicknamer Colonel Sheppard randomly assigns human names to them]] so they can be called something other than "[[YouKnowTheOne that Wraith]]". The ExpandedUniverse novels reveal that Wraith have names that they use among each other, but they're apparently based on their roles in society and/or how their minds "feel" to each other telepathically, which means they have no way of communicating their names to humans even if they wanted to.

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* WithholdingTheirName: When telepathic [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Wraith]] get captured for interrogation or just become recurring characters, [[TheNicknamer Colonel Sheppard randomly assigns human names to them]] so they can be called something other than "[[YouKnowTheOne that Wraith]]". The ExpandedUniverse novels reveal that Wraith have names that they use among each other, other (Todd's, for instance, is Guide), but they're apparently based on their roles in society and/or how their minds "feel" to each other telepathically, which means they have no way of communicating their names to humans even if they wanted to.



* WrongGenreSavvy: In "Quarantine", when Sheppard is locked in a room with the pregnant Teyla he becomes concerned since, in the movies, the pregnant woman always goes into labor in that scenario. However, since this is a sci-fi adventure instead of a romantic comedy or personal drama, her baby waits for a later episode.

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* WrongGenreSavvy: In "Quarantine", when Sheppard is locked in a room with the pregnant Teyla he becomes concerned since, in the movies, the pregnant woman always goes into labor labour in that scenario. However, since this is a sci-fi adventure instead of a romantic comedy or personal drama, her baby waits for a later episode.



* {{Zeerust}}: averted most of the time, but the Ancient Ships are terribly dated and unimaginative for a race that was supposed to have the most advanced technology known to exist. The ships really do speak late [='90s=] early-[=2000s=], before the technological and engineering advances of five to ten years ago. Considering that we know that all the Ancients needed to do was to slap hyperdrive and sublight engines to a structure covered in a shield (like Atlantis itself), the Ancient ships don't look that much more advanced than the ''Daedalus''-class ships from earth.
* ZergRush: How the Wraith defeated the Lanteans and generally the way they like to roll.

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* {{Zeerust}}: averted Averted most of the time, but the Ancient Ships are are, design wise, terribly dated and unimaginative for a race that was supposed to have the most advanced technology known to exist. The ships really do speak late [='90s=] early-[=2000s=], before the technological and engineering advances of five to ten years ago. Considering that we know that all the Ancients needed to do was to slap hyperdrive and sublight engines to a structure covered in a shield (like Atlantis itself), the Ancient ships don't look that much more advanced than the ''Daedalus''-class ships from earth.
earth - though their firepower is, for the most part, considerably greater until the Asgard upgrade them.
* ZergRush: How the Wraith defeated the Lanteans and generally the way they like to roll. Since they had the numbers advantage even before they involved cloning factories, you can see why this would be considered a viable strategy.
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* InappropriatelyCloseComrades: Major/Colonel John Sheppard is professional enough not to engage in this, but there is a version of him who bucked the rules in the AlternateRealityEpisode "Vegas". When Sheppard was [[TheWarOnTerror stationed in Afghanistan]], he ignored direct orders to retreat so he could attempt a failed rescue mission that got him discharged from the air force. The alternate universe version of Rodney [=McKay=] figures out that it was because Sheppard was in a relationship with one of the soldiers he tried to rescue, which he doesn't deny.
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** The Judges in the clip show episode may come off as [[UngratefulBastard ungrateful bastards]], but they're not entirely wrong when they accuse the Atlantis crew of being responsible for a lot of the sector's troubles. Having [[NiceJobBreakingItHero broken quite a bit despite their best efforts and good intentions]].
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* TheCavalry: "The Siege", the season one finale and season two opener, sees the [[SemperFi US Marines]] arrive to defend Atlantis from Wraith attack, and then the USS ''Daedalus'' arrives [[GunshipRescue to drive off the remaining forces]].

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* TheCavalry: "The Siege", the season one finale and season two opener, sees the [[SemperFi US Marines]] arrive to defend Atlantis from Wraith attack, and then the USS ''Daedalus'' arrives [[GunshipRescue to drive off the remaining forces]].



* ContinuityPorn: In "''Dopppleganger''", Carter refers to the events of "''Cold Lazarus''", where they encountered a similar form of Crystal Entity that briefly impersonated Jack O'Neill, "''The Gatekeeper''" which was where they first acquired Virtual Reality technology, as well as her time being taken over by an alien entity in "''Entity''".

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* ContinuityPorn: In "''Dopppleganger''", "''Doppleganger''", Carter refers to the events of "''Cold Lazarus''", where they encountered a similar form of Crystal Entity that briefly impersonated Jack O'Neill, "''The Gatekeeper''" which was where they first acquired Virtual Reality technology, as well as her time being taken over by an alien entity in "''Entity''".
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