History StargateSG1 / AToF

14th Oct '17 4:13:24 AM StFan
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* FullNameBasis: Teal'c uses this for anyone who does not have a military rank.
-->'''Daniel:''' Can you keep an eye on this for me, Teal'c?\\

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* FullNameBasis: FullNameBasis:
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Teal'c uses this for anyone who does not have a military rank.
-->'''Daniel:''' --->'''Daniel:''' Can you keep an eye on this for me, Teal'c?\\



** For those with a military rank, he almost always includes the rank. The only routine exception appears to be for Colonel O'Neill, who he frequently just calls "O'Neill." But Hammond is always General Hammond, Carter is almost always Captain/Major/Colonel Carter, Mitchell is almost always Colonel Mitchell, etc.

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** For those with a military rank, he almost always includes the rank. The only routine exception appears to be for Colonel O'Neill, who he frequently just calls "O'Neill." "O'Neill". But Hammond is always General Hammond, Carter is almost always Captain/Major/Colonel Carter, Mitchell is almost always Colonel Mitchell, etc.
13th Oct '17 4:46:38 PM ErikModi
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** For those with a military rank, he almost always includes the rank. The only routine exception appears to be for Colonel O'Neill, who he frequently just calls "O'Neill." But Hammond is always General Hammond, Carter is almost always Captain/Major/Colonel Carter, Mitchell is almost always Colonel Mitchell, etc.
4th Sep '17 4:59:48 PM StarSword
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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Jack mouthing off to Ba'al in season 8 to piss him off.
-->'''Jack:''' I'm ''sooo'' sorry to keep you waiting. I was just finishing up a lovely brunch.\\
'''Ba'al:''' Impudence.\\
'''Jack:''' No, tuna.



** In season eights "New Order", when Dr. Weir explains why the SGC has remained closed during international negotiations, Daniel Jackson reads through her political phrasing and deduces that the government is using the Stargate as a bargaining tool with other countries, to which Weir replies, "I would never say that." Later in the episode, when Carter is asking to be allowed to take their Ancient-modified Goa'uld cargo ship in the hopes of contacting the Asgard to save O'Neill, she points out that Earth might never figure out ''how'' the ship was modified. Dr. Weir asks if Carter is saying that she, the person most likely to figure it out, will deliberately refuse to help if her request is not granted, to which Carter responds, [[IronicEcho "I would never say that."]]

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** In season eights eight's "New Order", when Dr. Weir explains why the SGC has remained closed during international negotiations, Daniel Jackson reads through her political phrasing and deduces that the government is using the Stargate as a bargaining tool with other countries, to which Weir replies, "I would never say that." Later in the episode, when Carter is asking to be allowed to take their Ancient-modified Goa'uld cargo ship in the hopes of contacting the Asgard to save O'Neill, she points out that Earth might never figure out ''how'' the ship was modified. Dr. Weir asks if Carter is saying that she, the person most likely to figure it out, will deliberately refuse to help if her request is not granted, to which Carter responds, [[IronicEcho "I would never say that."]]
31st Jul '17 7:42:37 AM StFan
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** This simulator reappears in "Avatar" when the SGC tried to use it for VR training. Dr. Lee - at Teal'c and O'Neill's urging - ramps up the difficulty so that someone of the caliber of Apophis' former First Prime would ''"always be challenged"''. However, because the simulator's difficulty setting is adaptive in nature, it has no qualms with adapting the difficulty on the fly, outright cheating and altering the parameters of the mission just so it will always be meeting the programming guidelines Dr. Lee coded into it.

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** This simulator reappears in "Avatar" when the SGC tried tries to use it for VR training. Dr. Lee - -- at Teal'c and O'Neill's urging - -- ramps up the difficulty so that someone of the caliber of Apophis' former First Prime would ''"always be challenged"''. However, because the simulator's difficulty setting is adaptive in nature, it has no qualms with adapting the difficulty on the fly, outright cheating and altering the parameters of the mission just so it will always be meeting the programming guidelines Dr. Lee coded into it.
31st Jul '17 6:13:50 AM Origin
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** This simulator reappears in "Avatar" when the SGC tried to use it for VR training. It quite blatantly cheats when Teal'c is plugged in; it changes the rules of the game ''during play''.

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** This simulator reappears in "Avatar" when the SGC tried to use it for VR training. It quite blatantly cheats when Dr. Lee - at Teal'c is plugged in; it changes and O'Neill's urging - ramps up the rules difficulty so that someone of the game ''during play''.caliber of Apophis' former First Prime would ''"always be challenged"''. However, because the simulator's difficulty setting is adaptive in nature, it has no qualms with adapting the difficulty on the fly, outright cheating and altering the parameters of the mission just so it will always be meeting the programming guidelines Dr. Lee coded into it.
31st Jul '17 5:20:44 AM Origin
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* FamedInStory: SG-1 is legendary throughout the galaxy, but Teal'c is particularly famous (or infamous) as "the shol'va" (renegade) who started the Jaffa rebellion and almost personally lead to the downfall of the Goa'uld. Lampshaded in "Beachhead" when Nerus arrives at the SGC and {{Fanboy}}s out over Teal'c and Dr. Jackson, mentioning what he has heard about their accomplishments. He is then visibly upset at the absence of O'Neill and Carter, saying "This isn't at all the way I imagined it would be."

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* FamedInStory: SG-1 is legendary throughout the galaxy, but Teal'c is particularly famous (or infamous) as "the shol'va" (renegade) (translated as "traitor" by Daniel Jackson) who started the Jaffa rebellion and almost personally lead to the downfall of the Goa'uld.Goa'uld; likely getting the fame/infamy (depending on who's asked) due to the act of betraying the long-deified Goa'uld - especially a System Lord's First Prime doing so - being such a rarity at the time. Lampshaded in "Beachhead" when Nerus arrives at the SGC and {{Fanboy}}s out over Teal'c and Dr. Jackson, mentioning what he has heard about their accomplishments. He is then visibly upset at the absence of O'Neill and Carter, saying "This isn't at all the way I imagined it would be."
31st Jul '17 5:17:13 AM Origin
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** Daniel Jackson occasionally sneezing from his gate travel allergies; a quirk James Spader's version of the character had in the movie. Michael Shanks' version sneezes a few times in the early episodes, such as in Season 1's ''Singularity'' but, once the TV show starts to move under its own steam out of the movie's shadow, this gradually stops.
30th Jun '17 2:59:46 AM StFan
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--> "You know, [[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun you blow up one sun]] and suddenly everyone expects you to walk on water!"

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--> "You --->'''Carter:''' You know, [[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun you blow up one sun]] and suddenly everyone expects you to walk on water!"water!



* EliteMooks: The Kull Warriors are part this, part SuperSoldier, created by Anubis to replace the increasingly-rebellious Jaffa. They are completely artifical constructs, genetically engineered, super-tough, and virtually mindless. Although they all have a Goa'uld symbiote, those were spawned without the usual genetic memory, and thus lack any free will.
* TheEmperor: The Goa'uld were divided between a number of {{Evil Overlord}}s with [[AGodAmI claims to godhood]], but several aspired to control over the entire Goa'uld domain. Ra of the first movie was retconned to have been a symbolic Emperor who maintained the fiction of unity, with subsequent infighting breaking out among the other System Lords [[EvilPowerVacuum over his succession]]. Several come close, but Ba'al is the only one to outright claim to be the 'Sovereign of the Goa'uld Domain' in his near-victory.\\\

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* EliteMooks: The Kull Warriors are part this, part SuperSoldier, created by Anubis to replace the increasingly-rebellious increasingly rebellious Jaffa. They are completely artifical artificial constructs, genetically engineered, super-tough, and virtually mindless. Although they all have a Goa'uld symbiote, those were spawned without the usual genetic memory, and thus lack any free will.
* TheEmperor: The Goa'uld were are divided between a number of {{Evil Overlord}}s with [[AGodAmI claims to godhood]], but several aspired aspire to control over the entire Goa'uld domain. Ra of the first movie was retconned to have been a symbolic Emperor who maintained the fiction of unity, with subsequent infighting breaking out among the other System Lords [[EvilPowerVacuum over his succession]]. Several come close, but Ba'al is the only one to outright claim to be the 'Sovereign "Sovereign of the Goa'uld Domain' Domain" in his near-victory.\\\



* TheEmpire: The Goa'uld Empire was an evil empire in name only (the "empire" part, they're a proudly evil bunch). Territorially it was the most powerful grouping in the Mily Way Galaxy, but in fact it is deeply fractioned between numerous regional System Lords who [[EnemyCivilWar constantly fight each other for supremacy]] and after the death of TheEmperor Ra in [[Film/{{Stargate}} the original movie]] any semblence of unity is long gone. This initially worked in the humans' favor so they could focus on taking out each threat one by one, but frequently one of the Goa'uld would emerge victorious over the others to fill the EvilPowerVacuum and attack Earth directly.

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* TheEmpire: The Goa'uld Empire was an evil empire in name only (the "empire" part, they're a proudly evil bunch). Territorially it was the most powerful grouping in the Mily Milky Way Galaxy, but in fact it is deeply fractioned between numerous regional System Lords who [[EnemyCivilWar constantly fight each other for supremacy]] and after the death of TheEmperor Ra in [[Film/{{Stargate}} the original movie]] any semblence of unity is long gone. This initially worked works in the humans' favor so they could can focus on taking out each threat one by one, but frequently one of the Goa'uld would emerge emerges victorious over the others to fill the EvilPowerVacuum and attack attacks Earth directly.



* EnemyCivilWar: Happens ''all the time''. The Goa'uld are feudal AlwaysChaoticEvil megalomaniacs by nature; the usual process is to fight among themselves until a top dog emerges (Ra, Apophis, Sokar, [[DeathIsCheap Apophis again]], Ba'al, Anubis, [[MagnificentBastard Ba'al again]]...) then SG-1 wrecks the army of the top dog, and the cycle repeats itself. It's stated a few times in the series that the Goa'uld are actually doing more damage to their own forces than the puny Tau'ri; what Earth is really doing is continually upsetting the balance of power.

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* EnemyCivilWar: Happens ''all the time''. The Goa'uld are feudal AlwaysChaoticEvil megalomaniacs by nature; the usual process is to fight among themselves until a top dog emerges (Ra, Apophis, Sokar, [[DeathIsCheap Apophis again]], Ba'al, Anubis, [[MagnificentBastard Ba'al again]]...) then SG-1 wrecks the army of the top dog, and the cycle repeats itself. It's stated a few times in the series that the Goa'uld are actually doing more damage to their own forces than the puny Tau'ri; Tau'ri or Tok'ra; what Earth is really doing is continually upsetting the balance of power.



** The Goa'uld Nerus proposed an alliance with the SGC in order to cooperate against the Ori, [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope but he was working against them all along]].]]

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** The Goa'uld Nerus proposed proposes an alliance with the SGC in order to cooperate against the Ori, [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope but he was is working against them all along]].]]



** Despite being AlwaysChaoticEvil, some of the Goa'uld actually seem quite fond of each other - for example, Apophis really seems to care for his wife, Amaunet, and son, Klorel. At the same time, however, Apophis doesn't seem to care about his brother Ra, using the latter's death as an opportunity to muscle in on his territory. He also has no qualms about killing Heru-ur, his own nephew.

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** Despite being AlwaysChaoticEvil, some of the Goa'uld actually seem quite fond of each other - -- for example, Apophis really seems to care for his wife, Amaunet, and son, Klorel. At the same time, however, Apophis doesn't seem to care about his brother Ra, using the latter's death as an opportunity to muscle in on his territory. He also has no qualms about killing Heru-ur, his own nephew.
29th Jun '17 12:19:41 PM MrItty
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** In that same episode (the pilot), Apophis activates Earth's Stargate without the use of either a DHD nor the Earth Stargate's dialing computer. This ability is never referenced nor seen again.
8th Jun '17 1:29:45 PM WillKeaton
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* ExplosiveLeash: They don't explode, but the Kor mak bracelets work in a similar fashion. One is worn by the prisoner and one is worn by the guard. If the two are more than a hundred feet from each other BOTH parties get sick and die. This system would both prevent the prisoner from escaping and [[YouHaveFailedMe killing the guard for failure.]]
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