History StargateSG1 / SToZ

18th Apr '16 12:26:29 AM StFan
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* WrongGenreSavvy: In the GroundhogDayLoop episode "Window of Opportunity", Col. O'Neill remembers to record a conversation with Daniel as though it were mass amnesia rather than a space-time reset button.

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In the GroundhogDayLoop episode "Window of Opportunity", Col. O'Neill remembers to record a conversation with Daniel as though it were mass amnesia rather than a space-time reset button.
17th Apr '16 6:55:01 PM MerryMerlin
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* WrongGenreSavvy:
** In the groundhog day loop episode, Col. O'Neill remembers to record a conversation as though it were mass amnesia rather than a temporal reset button.

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* WrongGenreSavvy:
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WrongGenreSavvy: In the groundhog day loop episode, GroundhogDayLoop episode "Window of Opportunity", Col. O'Neill remembers to record a conversation with Daniel as though it were mass amnesia rather than a temporal space-time reset button.
16th Apr '16 11:56:31 AM StFan
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* WrongGenreSavvy: When the team is faced with a very real dragon, Col. Mitchell suddenly decides he is some kind of dracologist and plans to kill it by setting off a brick of C-4 underneath it, since "that's where dragons are weakest." The dragon proves him to be very wrong.

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* WrongGenreSavvy: When the team is faced with a very real dragon, Col. Mitchell suddenly decides he is some kind of dracologist and plans to kill it by setting off a brick of C-4 underneath it, since "that's where dragons are weakest." The dragon proves him to be very wrong.WrongGenreSavvy:


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** When the team is faced with a very real dragon, Col. Mitchell suddenly decides he is some kind of dracologist and plans to kill it by setting off a brick of C-4 underneath it, since "that's where dragons are weakest." The dragon proves him to be very wrong.
16th Apr '16 11:02:24 AM MerryMerlin
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** In the groundhog day loop episode, Col. O'Neill remembers to record a conversation as though it were mass amnesia rather than a temporal reset button.
27th Jan '16 8:02:38 AM MadCat221
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* TerminallyDependentSociety: Jaffa carry a larval goa'uld symbiote in their stomach pouches, which grants them an increased lifespan and immunity from disease, but suppresses their own immune system. If the symbiote is removed, they grow ill and die within days. In season six the SGC discovers the medicine tretonin, which can replicate the healing effects of the Goa'uld, but this simply transfers the dependency to an artificial chemical.

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* TerminallyDependentSociety: Jaffa carry a larval goa'uld symbiote in their stomach pouches, which grants them an increased lifespan and immunity from disease, but suppresses their own immune system. If the symbiote is removed, they grow ill and die within days. In season six the SGC discovers the medicine tretonin, which can replicate the healing effects of the Goa'uld, but this simply transfers the dependency to an artificial chemical. However, tretonin is a manufactured substance, and the means of production aren't hung over them as a means of control like the Goa'uld's use of them as incubators was. Means of production could easily be taught to them to put that aspect of their liberty in their own hands.
25th Jan '16 2:46:47 PM StFan
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* TheThreeFacesOfAdam: Ry'ac, Teal'c, and Bra'tac have such a dynamic. Ry'ac is the Hunter, trying to define himself and live up to the fame of Teal'c, his father. Teal'c is the Lord, once a Jaffa in a lofty position as First Prime of a System Lord and now a lynchpin of their new society as the first jaffa to so brazenly defy their Goa'uld overlords and call out the fallacy of their divinity. Bra'tac is the Prophet, the one who instilled such beliefs in his protege, Teal'c, and sits back to watch Teal'c fundamentally change Jaffa society while still giving counsel to Teal'c when asksed.

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* TheThreeFacesOfAdam: Ry'ac, Teal'c, and Bra'tac have such a dynamic. Ry'ac is the Hunter, trying to define himself and live up to the fame of Teal'c, his father. Teal'c is the Lord, once a Jaffa in a lofty position as First Prime of a System Lord and now a lynchpin of their new society as the first jaffa to so brazenly defy their Goa'uld overlords and call out the fallacy of their divinity. Bra'tac is the Prophet, the one who instilled such beliefs in his protege, Teal'c, and sits back to watch Teal'c fundamentally change Jaffa society while still giving counsel to Teal'c when asksed.asked.
25th Jan '16 12:57:34 PM MadCat221
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* TheThreeFacesOfAdam: Ry'ac, Teal'c, and Bra'tac have such a dynamic. Ry'ac is the Hunter, trying to define himself and live up to the fame of Teal'c, his father. Teal'c is the Lord, once a Jaffa in a lofty position as First Prime of a System Lord and now a lynchpin of their new society as the first jaffa to so brazenly defy their Goa'uld overlords and call out the fallacy of their divinity. Bra'tac is the Prophet, the one who instilled such beliefs in his protege, Teal'c, and sits back to watch Teal'c fundamentally change Jaffa society.

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* TheThreeFacesOfAdam: Ry'ac, Teal'c, and Bra'tac have such a dynamic. Ry'ac is the Hunter, trying to define himself and live up to the fame of Teal'c, his father. Teal'c is the Lord, once a Jaffa in a lofty position as First Prime of a System Lord and now a lynchpin of their new society as the first jaffa to so brazenly defy their Goa'uld overlords and call out the fallacy of their divinity. Bra'tac is the Prophet, the one who instilled such beliefs in his protege, Teal'c, and sits back to watch Teal'c fundamentally change Jaffa society.society while still giving counsel to Teal'c when asksed.
25th Jan '16 12:55:20 PM MadCat221
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* TheThreeFacesOfAdam: Ry'ac, Teal'c, and Bra'tac have such a dynamic. Ry'ac is the Hunter, trying to define himself and live up to his father's legacy. Teal'c is the Lord, once a Jaffa in a lofty position and now a lynchpin of their new society as the first jaffa to so brazenly defy their Goa'uld overlords and call out the fallacy of their divinity. Bra'tac is the Prophet, the one who instilled such beliefs in his protege, Teal'c, and sits back to watch Teal'c fundamentally change Jaffa society.

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* TheThreeFacesOfAdam: Ry'ac, Teal'c, and Bra'tac have such a dynamic. Ry'ac is the Hunter, trying to define himself and live up to the fame of Teal'c, his father's legacy. father. Teal'c is the Lord, once a Jaffa in a lofty position as First Prime of a System Lord and now a lynchpin of their new society as the first jaffa to so brazenly defy their Goa'uld overlords and call out the fallacy of their divinity. Bra'tac is the Prophet, the one who instilled such beliefs in his protege, Teal'c, and sits back to watch Teal'c fundamentally change Jaffa society.
25th Jan '16 12:53:54 PM MadCat221
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* TheThreeFacesOfAdam: Ry'ac, Teal'c, and Bra'tac have such a dynamic. Ry'ac is the Hunter, trying to define himself and live up to his father's legacy. Teal'c is the Lord, once a Jaffa in a lofty position and now a lynchpin of their new society as the first jaffa to so brazenly defy their Goa'uld overlords and call out the fallacy of their divinity. Bra'tac is the Prophet, the one who instilled such beliefs in his protege, Teal'c, and sits back to watch Teal'c fundamentally change Jaffa society.
6th Jan '16 7:31:22 AM MadCat221
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* StaticStunGun: the Zat'nik'tel, or "Zat Gun" as O'Neill dubs it. Functionally a Goa'uld/Jaffa "sidearm",, it is stylized like a serpent preparing to strike when in safety, and jumps out like a striking serpent when prepared to fire. The SGC commandeers many over the course of its operations and makes use of them too, with some SG team operatives preferring them for sidearms over the conventional 9mm service pistol. It's not entirely a non-lethal weapon; the first shot stuns. If the target is shot with a Zat a second time shortly after, odds are good that it was lethal. A third shot vaporizes the target. The electrostatic effect of its shot has been used for some alternative means other than to non-lethally incapacitate the target.

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* StaticStunGun: the Zat'nik'tel, or "Zat Gun" as O'Neill dubs it. Functionally a Goa'uld/Jaffa "sidearm",, "sidearm", it is stylized like a serpent preparing to strike when in safety, and jumps out like a striking serpent when prepared to fire. The SGC commandeers many over the course of its operations and makes use of them too, with some SG team operatives preferring them for sidearms over the conventional 9mm service pistol. It's not entirely a non-lethal weapon; the first shot stuns. If the target is shot with a Zat a second time shortly after, odds are good that it was lethal. A third shot vaporizes the target. The electrostatic effect of its shot has been used for some alternative means other than to non-lethally incapacitate the target.
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