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  • Recommended by Sikon
  • A further development of the Alternate Universe presented in "The Changeling": where the cast are firemen, and the SGC is just T's dream. This Fan Verse has its own high and low points, but deserves commendation just for the worldbuilding involved: even Atlantis characters have been blended into the setting.

The Prophet's series

  • Recommended by Robert
  • Over 90 stories, arranged in multiple series, all in the same canon, including 12 based on the Cthulhu Mythos.

Soulmates, by Maureen Thayer

  • Recommended by Lord Misfit
  • Lots of stories with either a Daniel/Sam shipping theme, or other types that have a lot of focus on Daniel and Sam, even though Jack and Teal'c aren't left out. This troper highly recommends the 7-story "What You Already Know" series most of all so far, a nice Alternate Universe story about Daniel having returned to Earth from his ascension in Season 7 not quite as normal as once thought.


  • Recommended by Nimhrodell
  • Most of Vathara's SG-1 stories are cross-overs, and heavily so. But the connections between the worlds she connects are well thought out and engaging to read. (Several are sure to induce laughter so hard shortness of breath and contact with the floor may be common symptoms.) Cross-overs include the worlds of Rurouni Kenshin, Airwolf, Godzilla: The Series, Gargoyles and many others.

Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.

The Guardian's Order by Seraphin 2011

  • Recommended by Zha Warudo
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Military sci-fi that's actually not totally military geeky and dull to read.
  • Comments: Ascended MC descends in season 8 to make things right, by helping Earth and reviving his race. In essence, interesting OC's, massive space and ground battles, a lot of new technology, economy, politics and new SG-like adventures. First of the epic and super long trilogy of which the 3rd book is well on it's way and ongoing.

The Barista by dietcokechic

  • Recommended by Katty 008
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: The series from the point of view of the Barista in Daniel's favourite coffee shop.
  • Comments: Managed to get me reinterested in Stargate after life had intervened, and it is amazing. Kira's unique insight is given to her by the fact that she really has no idea what is going on, and has a habit of listening in on conversations that involve Daniel. She's also a well-developed OC, so much so that later developments that might raise a few eyebrows otherwise don't come across as contrived coincidences. A must-read.
    • It's a bit of a Self-Insert Fic, and the main character is a bit of Been There S Haped History because of the way Daniel and/or Jack apparently went to her coffee house during or after almost every single mission, but, well, Tropes Are Not Bad. It's a well-written, funny, believable story about an OC who happens to be one of SG-1's very few "normal" acquaintances, what they look like to her, and how she handles it.

Walked Right Out Of The Machinery by Rydra_Wong

  • Recommended by 20thcenturyvole
  • Also recommended by Ogma.
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Jack, not alone in his own head.
  • Comments: Huge, gorgeous AU that is better read than summarized - the premise, when you realize it, is a stunner. This is hugely atmospheric, with wonderful characterization and intriguing politics. It's one of those fics that just makes you fascinated about the whole Stargate verse; it's also, without a doubt, the best Jack fic I've ever read.

Beneath the Stains of Time by Annerb

  • Recommended by samred
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: 50 years after the extinction of the human race, Jack O’Neill wakes to discover that he may be the only one capable of undoing it, but not without a price.
  • Comments: Wow. A time loop fic that just kicked me in the teeth in the ending. The twist and the angst are unbelievably good, but that the author manages to fix everything with the unexpected last loop - I'm happier than Vala with a bowl of parfait.

L'Ombre du Passé/The Shadow of the Past by Ihriae

  • Recommended by Rufus Shinra
  • Synopsis: In different parallel universes, many "very, very different" groups are forming themselves for their own agendas, each of them looking for tools to fight a pretty old threat coming right on them, or just playing in the hands of some Elder Races.
  • Comments: First of all, this fic is in French, but it's probably the best SG fanfic written in this language, and anyone reading it should hop on there to check it. Nowhere else could you find Ba'al and clone!Beckett working together and learning to appreciate one another, or an author managing to pull a professional-level novel without rebooting the verse. It takes some time to truly begin, as there are at least half a dozen groups which story is told, and you have to wait until they begin to meet, but then... wow. The level of complexity of the Author's verse is way beyond anything I've ever read, and she gives some depth to the Goa'uld one could never imagine before but which is entirely coherent with the series. Really, a must read, and probably a reason in itself to learn french.

Rubber Sword by Milareppa (G)

  • Recommended by Caysha, Komodo Classic
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: AU challenge fic Daniel has a secret life he's worked hard at keeping from the SGC. What will happen when he's forced to reveal it?
  • Comments: A silly, but extremely funny one-shot, which sees the 'geeks' get their own back....

Stargate: New Frontier by ajw

  • Recommended by Judge King, Tropers/Night
  • Status: Dead
  • Pairings: None
  • Synopsis: AU Stargate. What could have happened if the Stargate had never been discovered. How would things be different for Humanity and the Goa'uld when they finally meet.
  • Comments: Night says: Decent story, but short and infrequent updates; there's just not much there.

Altered Destiny: Divergence Point by ajw

  • Recommended by Judge King
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Anubis makes a different decision and begins bombarding Earth from orbit before SG-1 arrives.
  • Comments:

Smite 1701 by richardson

  • Recommended by Judge King
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: During the Prometheus' return trip from Tegrea, it detects a Venator-class Star Destroyer in orbit of Neptune. Hilarity ensues bigtime.
  • Comments:

The Glory of Their Days by Glennfiffich 12

  • Recommended by Judge King
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: The first shots of Earth's fight against the Ori are taken as the US and her allies strike at the Priors. Change comes to Atlantis and governments prepare for Disclosure.
  • Comments:

Aftershocks, volume I,II, III, and IV by Rachel 500

  • Recommended by EmCat24
  • Status:
    • Volumes I - III: Complete
    • Volume IV: Dormant
  • Synopsis: A series of TAGs for each episode, currently up to the end of season six (two seasons per volume; volume four is in the works). They cover the characters' reactions to their missions, and other events that happen offscreen, and all parings follow canon (established or suggested). They don't need to be read in order, or directly after watching the associated episode, but you can if you want to. Spoilers (plenty of foreshadowing) to the end of the series, albeit most of it is minor (except for the stuff with Daniel in season six.)
  • Comments: Really well thought-out and well-written. Everyone stays in character, which makes me happy. Definitely good worth reading multiple times.

The Wicked Shall Be Vanquished by F-302 Pilot

  • Recommended by Judge King
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: An AU that starts just before the Battle of Asuras, the actual point of divergence is just after Unending given that the Ori are rampaging throughout the Milky Way.
  • Comments:

Stargate: Project Arctic Circle by Night 33

  • Recommended by Judge King
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Synopsis: Canada gets the Stargate in 1941 because of a shipping error, and several decades later discovers it and starts its own SGC program.
  • Comments: The point of divergence is in 1941 when the Stargate is accidentally shipped to Canada after a train wreck.
    • Has a very different feel from the show. Basically, the Canadians are a lot more careful, and take pains to keep the Goa'uld from learning that Earth is a threat to them. Also, lots of tech.

''As According to Plan by Guillum

  • Recommended by Judge King
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: SG-1 manages to take and keep the Ha'tak that Thor took to Earth in the season six episode "Descent".
  • Comments: This is pretty good fic, though it does appear to be dead though, it's a damn shame that it hasn't been updated in two years.

''Learning Tilt(The Spatial Orientation Remix) by Rigel

  • Recced by Soulseller
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: The latest recruits of Stargate Command are the new breed of "steely-eyed missile men" for today's new space race – stepping through the deep void of space to touch new worlds. Julia Donovan meets some of them.

''The Stargate Initiative (original) by Legacy

  • Recommended by Nails And Butterflies
  • * Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: Ernest Littlefield had a radio instead of just wired communication, allowing him to communicate that he was alive, and found a more-intact Heliopolis, leading to the establishment of a Stargate program in early 1945.
  • Comment: The link is to the original version. Legacy has started a revised version on
    • The revised edition hasn't been updated since July 2016.
      • This is no longer the case, as the author has both resumed work on the story and made an effort to update equally on all sites he has posted this story, despite a preference for

The Enemy of My Enemy by MissAnnThropic

  • Recommended by jyshin2
  • Status: Complete
  • Sypnosis: A mission goes wrong and Jack becomes a Tok’ra.
  • Comments: An AU fic that takes place pre-Ascended Daniel, I consider this fic a way better version of Jack as a Tok'ra than what we got later on in the show. This fic actually has Jack and the Tok'ra interacting, dealing with Jack's characteristic inclination against being a host, and what it takes for them to work together and get back home. One of the best SG-1 fics I've read.

Stories focused on the romantic relationships between the cast.

In the Moonlight by Rachel 500

  • Recommended by EmCat24
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Sam and Jack
  • Synopsis: Sam and Jack's relationship grows and changes over the years, as they find themselves stargazing together. One chapter for each year through from one to eight, plus an epilogue.
  • Comments: Well-written and entertaining, not too long but not too short, and with a warm, happy ending.

A Pond with No Fish by Rachel 500

  • Recommended by EmCat24
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Sam and Jack
  • Synopsis: AU story: Jack decides to take Kerry's advice and retire so he can finally be with Sam, but the universe seems like it's trying everything it can to stop him from getting his happy ending. It isn't entirely a "shippy" fanfiction, but the relationship does form a central theme in every chapter.
  • Comments: Some of the stuff in the middle wasn't as interesting (in my opinion), but Jack's "rules", the stuff with Ba'al, the ending definitely made up for it. My one main complaint is that it doesn't feature Vala.

Dr. Jackson's Diary by Anais

  • Recommended by Rykan, force42, addikt
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Paul Davis and Daniel, later Jack and Daniel
  • Synopsis: A year in the life of Dr. Daniel Jackson, going through most of the stages of a relationship with Jack. (Set at around season 5 or 6)
  • Comments: One of the funniest fanfics I have ever read. There are so many comic scenes, the Halloween party and the base being invaded by monkeys being some of my favourites. It's also very tender, with some very well written love scenes. One of the few things ever written that I can read over and over again.
    • This reader just about died laughing, despite not really being into J/D. Definitely worth a go if you're looking for humor.
    • DJD is not currently available online, though asking around the right places can net you a copy.

The Raggedy Edge by Annerb

  • Recommended by Ogma
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Sam and Jack
  • Synopsis: During a rescue mission gone awry, Sam and Jack end up stranded in another galaxy where they find themselves passengers on a ship called Serenity. (PG-13, Action/Adventure, Drama, Crossover with Firefly, Sam/Jack established relationship, hints of Daniel/Vala, Kaylee/Simon, Mal/Inara, and Jayne/Everyone (at least in his mind). Season: Post-BDM for Firefly, early season 9 for SG-1)
  • Comments: Great writer, a master shipper, although this is more than "just" ship fic. She should be in the SGU writer's room. They need her.
    • Well, not anymore, since it was canceled...
      • It's complete now, so...

Flyboy_fanfic by Biblio

  • Recommended by sinanju
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Jack and Daniel
  • Synopsis: Jack and Daniel have a passionate relationship (and never mind Jack's whining about never having enough sex). Jack discovers the existence of the television show The Sentinel and then of fanfic, and decides that what the world needs is Sentinel fanfic written by Jack O'Neill (with plenty of Mary Sue-ish insertions of himself and Daniel). Hilarity ensues.
  • Comments: And I'm not kidding. I'm not a slash fan, but this is one of the funniest Stargate fics I've ever read. Especially's Jack reactions to reader commentary on his deathless prose.

Census 2000 by Dorothy Marley

  • Recommended by Tensa
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Jack, Daniel, Teal'c (minor offhand reference in the first chapter)
  • Synopsis: Jack does Census 2000, long form. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Comments: Chapter 2 (of 2) is quite possibly one of the best fanfics out there. Made of hilarity and win. Sadly, no Sam.

Scenes from an Accidental Courtship by Sorrel

  • Recommended by Samred
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Sam/Jack (unrequited), Daniel/Jack (unrequited), Sam/Daniel
  • Synopsis: "No, not that way. We were really, really good friends." And maybe just a little bit more. Season 7 behind-the-scenes friendship and romance.
  • Comments: Can't decide if you ship Sam/Jack or Daniel/Jack? This fic offers a very sweet third option. I didn't even ship Sam/Daniel until this fic.

What You Already Know series- Ship Version by Maureen T

  • Recommended by Marcus S Lazarus
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Daniel Jackson/Samantha Carter, secondary pairing of Jack O'Neill/Janet Frasier
  • Synopsis: When a specialist in biofeedback therapy begins treating the SGC personnel, Daniel discovers that he possesses abilities that may result in him losing his place in the Stargate Program and everything else that he loves. This leads to a rapid series of developments as Daniel becomes a powerful figure to the Jaffa Rebellion while developing a complex relationship with Sam
  • Comments: The General version is all right, but the Ship version takes everything great about that one and adds in fascinating twists and turns regarding Daniel's relationship with Sam in particular, as the entire galaxy undergoes significant upheaval due to Daniel's new influence as he develops his abilities.

Eurydice Ascending by Christina K

  • Recommended by Mike Rosoft
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Daniel Jackson/Sha'uri
  • Synopsis: One thing changed when Daniel confronted Amonet; and then things kept changing...
  • Comments: AU / Fix Fic of 'Forever in a Day'.

Crossover Fics
Stories in which Stargate characters interact with those from a different series

StarGate: Skynet by Alias

  • Recommended by Horton
  • Status: In Progress
  • Synopsis: What if the Stargate program and sg1 were aided by an artificial intelligence? It's name? Skynet
  • Comments: Crossover with the Terminator universe

Chronicles of the Crusade Book 1 and Book 2 by Ken Harper ( crossover)

  • Recommended by SAMAS
  • Status:
    • Book 1: Complete
    • Book 2: Dead
  • Synopsis: The Daedalus finds a mysterious gate in the asteroid belt during its shakedown cruise that ends up taking them to an alternate earth hundreds of years into the future, which despite their efforts, becomes infected with a deadly plague. The SGC decides to help them find a cure, and discover shocking secrets about their origins.
  • Comments: Crossover with Babylon 5

Snakepit by Dark Schtroumpf (crossover)

  • Recommended by releelex
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: When a damaged Goa'uld ship stumbles into the Solar System and discovers an Earth still recovering from the Final War, it unwittingly sets a force worse even than them loose on the galaxy. Earth and the Stargate are controlled by the Draka rather than the US, and the Draka have very few qualms with using whatever force necessary to survive in (and take over) the galaxy.
  • Comments: Crossover with S.M. Stirling's ''Draka'' Series. It is non-canon as all of the Stargate history and the cultures are reimagined (including Tollans who are imperialistic rather than bland).

Crumpets Aren't My Style by Marz 1 (Crossover with Harry Potter, pre-Half-Blood Prince)

  • Recommended by SAMAS
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: On a routine mission to London, Jack finds himself running into Harry, and gets captured along with him by the Death Eaters,and subsequently rescued by SG-1. When the mark Voldemort leaves on Harry begins to affect him all the way as Stargate Command, they take drastic measures to protect him.
  • Comments: Not a bad story, all things considered. Well-written, shows interesting scenes such as a fight between Goa'uld and Voldemort and Harry's reaction to things such as aliens and the sort of supertech that the Stargate universe is so well-known for, but not a must-read. Not saying it's bad, just... YMMV, is all. Has an incomplete sequel Here, titled ''"Scones, Anyone?"''

Reunions are a Bitch by Bob Regent

  • Recommended by SAMAS
  • Status: Dormant
  • Synopsis: The SGC has made contact with the Twelve Colonies of Kobol (nBSG). Unfortunately, the rulers of the Colonies have decided that the lost thirteenth colony must be brought back into the fold. By force, if necessary. Earth must throw everything it has at the Colonials and then some to maintain their sovereignty. Recently updated after the trouble mentioned below.
  • Comments:
    • Reunions are a Bitch AU by various
    • Also Recommended by SAMAS
    • * Status: Dead
    • Synopsis: a round-robin variation of the Raa B story by several fans of the series, where the Earth Forces are forced to submit by the threat of orbital bombardment, and the Colonials occupy Earth. Things do not go well for all sides involved.
    • Comments: As this is written by people other than the original author, so the quality of individual entries varies (some get shoved into Canon Discontinuity even), but it's overall almost as good a story as the original. Other series than just Stargate and Galactica get involved in some places, and it's a little Curb-stompy in the beginning as the Colonials run headfirst into forces far better equipped for ground combat.
      • This also resulted in several massive arguments between the authors, several more nearly leaving or just stop writing SG fanfiction. Also the original author of RAAB stated he has no wish to continue with RAAB for the time being because of this AU (Troper's Note: RAAB is being continued again!). Overall all spacebattles members agree this idea while good suffered from lack of oversight, disagreements on how to handle the occupation without curbstopming or performin a genocide on the Colonials(which many people were calling for), and just disagreements over everything else.

Consequences of Actions and Consequences of Actions Part 2 by Bob Regent

  • Recommended by Judge King, Sithking Zero
  • Status:
    • Book 1: Complete
    • Book 2: Dead
  • Synopsis: An SGC ship fighting the Goauld discovers that they aren't the only enemy Earth has to worry about.
  • Comments: Stargate SG-1/Babylon 5 X-over.

XSGCOM: Goa'uld Defence

  • Recommended by S J C, amitakartok, Tropers/Night, Paddy Murphy
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: None
  • Synopsis: SG-1/X-COM Crossover - As humanity fights two alien threats its defenders join forces to turn the tide
  • Comments
    • amitakartok: HOO-LEE-SHIT. There are no words to describe how excellent this fic is. I think I'm not overexaggerating when I say this is to Stargate what Shinji And Warhammer 40 K is to Evangelion: take the original and crank it Serial Escalation. I especially love how the two armies exchange stuff to catch both the Sectoids and the Jaffa by suprise. One example: one Avalanche Missile + few kilos of naquadriah against one alien Battleship. Do the math. I also love how the author portray X-COM soldiers as dakka-craving adrenaline junkies. Seriously, would a sane person think of building a Gatling cannon out of staffs???
    • Tropers/Night: Take the above with a grain of salt. If you want a feel-good asskicking romp, this isn't a bad story for it, and it develops its world nicely enough. But therein lies the problem; neither UFO Defense nor SG-1 (and with the sequel to this story, Atlantis and Terror From The Deep) were such things. UFO Defense is the story of a desperate defense against near-incomprehensible alien power, done on much more of a shoestring. SG-1 is the story of having to build a defense for Earth from the ground up with a lot more resources and much better help. Mixing the two wouldn't really turn out like this. On the other hand, this story does present one major truism: to a veteran X-Com squaddie, Jaffa would be as nothing.
  • Sithking Zero: Both Night and Amitakartok have good points: Yes, it is crazy awesome, but it's not as true to the spirit of the original. However, there is one point that I believe deserves mentioning: it's nearly exhaustively researched. Every single plot point, every twist, every turn, has examples and references clearly listed, with good justification for them. I would say read it.

Contact at Kobol by Wilkins 75

  • Recommended by zarpaulus
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: SG-1/BSG Crossover - Years after the Stargate program is made public the Tau'ri make contact with the Twelve Colonies, who insist that they're the Thirteenth colony and should be under their jurisdiction.
  • Comments: Given this one already had a page I'm wondering why it wasn't listed here.

Worldwar: Discovering the Balance by Albert Green Jr.

  • Recommended by trimeta
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: None
  • Synopsis: SG-1/Worldwar/BSG Crossover - What if the Race from Turtledove's Worldwar series arrived in time to meet the members of Stargate SG-1, who themselves have recently been in contact with a group who insists that Earth is the Thirteenth Colony? (The SG-1/BSG part is something of an AU to Reunions are a Bitch, above, having mostly been guest-written by the same author.) Also, in the sequel, it is openly admitted that they are split off from the same universe; however, in the RAAB timeline, Ra destroyed the Race, so they never appeared.
  • Comments: Sithking Zero: Quite good, not too much action until later chapters, though. Got me into the Worldwar series, which I am thankful for. Captures the Race well, but it is kind of an accurate portrayal of how the Race would react to technology light years beyond their own, rather than just WWII levels (as it was in the original timeline). I'd give it a shot- it's not "Shinji and Warhammer 40K," or one of the other darlings of TV Tropes, but it's still good. It has a sequel, as noted below.

World war: The Balance Destroyed by Albert Green Jr.

  • Recommended by Judge King
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: The 'Race', and the Colonials of Cyrannus each tried to conquer Earth. They both failed. The Race has a new colony now. The Colonials haven't finished yet. It's a bad combination all around because everyone's stubborn. Welcome to the galaxy at large.
  • Comments: Sequel to Worldwar: Discovering the Balance
    • Sithking Zero: Somewhat more polished than the first work, with better character development.

Dust of the Stars by brian0711

  • Recommended by Judge King
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: The Colonies are forced to enter a galaxy ignored for centuries. As powerful empires begin to notice these twelve isolated worlds the Colonies will have to stand together with their lost brothers against these new and powerful enemies. Chapter 6 posted.
  • Comments: A Stargate/nBSG crossover

Over The Horizon by Glennfiddich 12

  • Recommended by Judge King
  • Status: Dormant
  • Synopsis: While on missions of discovery, two cultures meet and must face the challenges of their enemies and their pasts together. A Battlestar Galactica/Stargate crossover.
  • Comments:

Reaper's Origin by prometheus55

  • Recommended by Judge King
  • Status: Dormant
  • Synopsis: After the battle with the Collectors, the Normandy tries to return to the Terminus systems. Unfortunately, things don't go as planned and now she and what's left of her crew must find a way home. However, reality is rarely cooperative with the Specter.
  • Comments: Crossover with Mass Effect.
    • Sithking Zero: At times, it feels like it's trying to be XSGCOM. Plenty of good twists and turns to keep you on your toes, and it's worth a look.

A Square Peg in a Round Hole by Marble Glove

  • Recommended by jyshin2, tpyrene
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: or Junior Year of High School, Revised, A Clones Tale. Highlander-Stargate X-Over. Methos was just spending a year as a high school teacher; Jake O'Neil was just trying to be someone other than Jack O'Neill; neither are simple individuals.
  • Comments: The best Highlander/Stargate crossover fic I've ever read, where people are in character and no one spills precious secrets at the drop of a hat to strangers just because. I especially love the author's take on Teal'c and how his cultural upbringing gives him a different view than the humans on certain issues; I also love Methos' characterization in this one.
    • tpyrene: I agree completely with jyshin2. This is an excellent fic and really the best of the best of Highlander/Stargate fanfiction. An extremely thoughtful and nuanced take on immortality, religion, and culture. And her portrayal of clone!jack is just frankly amazing.

Bridges by Tassos (Crossover with Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

  • Recommended by EMY3K
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: After the collapse of Sunnydale, Jack gets a call about a woman he knew over twenty years ago. . . and the son he didn't know he had.
  • Comments: This is probably the most well-written "Xander's real father" story that has ever been written. Neither fandom gets pushed aside in favor of the other. The relationship between Jack and Xander is believable and well-paced. Links to the sequels are included.

The Hawk and the Dove by Rozca Deb

  • Recommended by bissek
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: All Jack wanted to was stop off at the convenience store to pick some stuff up before meeting up with his wife and enjoying his vacation. Unfortunately, Murdock has mistaken him for his old nemesis, Dr Angus MacGyver.
  • Comments: The story is based on the fact that O'Neill and MacGyver have the same actor, and that both have a close associate who answers to Sam. It's short, but rather good.

Sparkgate: Agatha and the Grasp of the Serpent God by Samarkand (Crossover with Girl Genius, Tropes page)

  • Recommended by Gentlemens Dame 883, USA Bobcat, Sithking Zero
  • Status: Dormant
  • Synopsis: When Agatha Clay gets thrown through a Stargate and meets SG-1, things get... interesting fast.
  • Comments:
    • USA Bobcat: A very interesting and in depth look at what SCIENCE! does to the Stargate crew. There is a Goa'uld OC that comes off as very Mary-Sueish, including avoiding the horrible fashion-sense of the System Lords. However, he does not get away with everything, and Agatha shuts him down quick nicely. Be aware, though, that this is Agatha before the main plot of Girl Genius, and not the one at the most up-to-date issue.

Degrees of Seperation by Fell

  • Recommended by Weaver
  • Status: Dormant
  • Synopsis: A MALP is sent through the Gate of an uninhabitable world and finds a quarian exploratory team who picked up the building the gate was in on orbital scans and came to investigate on the other side. A decidedly friendly First Contact follows.
  • Comments: A crossover with Mass Effect, although one set a couple of centuries prior to the events of the game (the quarians have only been stuck on the Flotilla for a century or so). Not many chapters so far but what there is is good.
  • Continued here.

Shades of Grey: The Aftermath (chapter 1-10, chapter 11-20, and chapter 21-30 in plain text format: or from by MandySg1

  • Recommended by ricjac
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Crossover with JAG. The plot is set following events of "Shades of Grey" in SG-1's 3rd season and in or after JAG's 5th. Harm is sent on an investigation to Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado, and is later joined by Mac.
  • Comment: Engaging plot with good characterizations and believable interaction between the characters from the two series.

The Dragon King's Temple by Kryal

  • Recommended by DP Innocent, Komodo Classic, necrolectric, Kalaong, Newt
  • Status: Complete
  • Fandoms: Avatar: The Last Airbender, Stargate SG-1
  • Synopsis: An amazing crossover between A:TLA and Stargate SG1 staring Toph, Zuko, Carter and Janet Fraiser. Everyone is amazingly in character and the two shows are blended marvelously. Author is excellent at writing action, which is good because there are major fight scenes throughout. Kryal also brainstormed the story with the Crossover Queen herself, Vathara.
    • Seconded by Komodo Classic. I honestly cannot recommend this enough. This isn't just the 10% in Sturgeon's Law—this is the top 1%.
    • Thirded by Kalaong. Kryal actually blows Vathara clear out of the water with this one, giving every character a chance to be amazing without bashing anyone. Even Aang, the fandom's designated Butt-Monkey, manages to pull off a series of amazing acts of thoughtfulness, wisdom, and badassery. Aang does get a mild tap, but it is immediately followed by some hard thinking on his part that is perfectly in character. The Tok'Ra get a nasty slap, but again, the characterization is spot-on, making repeated references to canonical responses. Also, Kryal spends a lot of time developing a Platonic Life Partnership between Toph and Zuko that the series hinted at but never got a chance to develop.
    • Fourthed by Veanne. One word: Worldbuilding. Specifically, worldbuilding that explains, among other things, why the Goa'uld are such power-mad backstabbers. Also features sane chemistry and a delicious instance of Obfuscating Insanity (not by the same person, drat). And cool characters who make realistic mistakes. And a lovely, lovely plot. Cannot recommend it enough.
    • Fifthed by Dark Phoenix 94: The Worldbuilding is utterly superb, slick, creative, and important to the narrative, never getting in the way of the plot. In fact, the fic strikes the perfect balance between plot, dialogue, characterisation, and worldbuilding. It even pulls off some excellent OCs (the idea that records of Tau'ri escapes end up as drinking game fodder for Jaffa is hilarious by itself).

Jones And Quinn:The Misfit Diaries by Robot Roll Call

  • Recommended by: Veanne
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: Doctor Who
  • Synopsis: A medical student who is not Rose Tyler and a scientist who is not Daniel Jackson meet in a jail cell.
  • Comments: A funny, well written bit in which two underestimated mild introverts show their Action Survivor acumen to get themselves - and the glamorous people, too - out of a situation. Good psychology, chuckle-inducing dialogue ("Rose Tyler got into dignified trouble"). Stuff Blowing Up a little.

A Star to Steer By by dogmatix and norcumi

  • Recommended by: Newt, thebadplace
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: Star Wars
  • Synopsis: Jack O'Neill runs into the weirdest snake he's ever met, and that's saying something. Obi-Wan just wants to get his people home.
  • Comments: A very good (and very different) crossover where the Jedi are (good) Gou'ald and Obi-Wan and some of his men end up in the Stargate section of the universe where they meet Jack O'Neill. Has a side series filling in some of the backstory on the Star Wars side of the crossover, A Supplemental Star to Steer By.

Waking to Another Sky by Vathara
  • Recommended by: solunasky
  • Status: Dormant; last updated April 2017
  • Crossover with: Sword Art Online
  • Synopsis: Daniel wanted to ease the wider world into the idea of What's Out There. Hammond wanted a way to teach soldiers to duck when the purple-tentacled cat-octopus-thing went for them. The NID... wanted something a little more ambitious. When dealing with Kayaba... be careful what you ask for.
  • Comments: VERY well written, and it combines the two universes better than expected. While it hasn't been updated for a couple of months, it's a great story.

No Easy Day by liron-aria

  • Recommended by bbb35
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: Power Rangers
  • Synopsis: SG-1 knows that there's no such thing a routine recon mission, so it shouldn't surprise them when Daniel Jackson befriends four teenagers and a twenty-something and winds up helping resolve an alien civil war. / / a.k.a. Just once, Tommy Oliver would like his birthday to pass without someone trying to maim, torture, or murder him and the people he cares about.

Apostle's Message by Lone-ranger1

  • Recommended by EGuardian101
  • Status: Dormant; last updated January 2018
  • Crossover with: Mass Effect
  • Synopsis: When the Reapers see the threat Shepard poses, they enact a backup plan millions of years old. A single Reaper will unleash his fury and two galaxies will never be the same. Stargate SG1/Mass Effect
  • Comments: The original wasn't anything special, but the redux fixes the majority of the issues and delivers. Does a good job mixing ME story with SG-1 Season 8, and characterizations are spot on and entertaining. Especially Garrus as a Badass Snarker. Takes place immediately after Horizon, and before New Order Part 1, and merges the two universes together. MShep as a Paragon who's turned Renegade. Has a healthy mix of drama, action/adventure, with a good dose of humor. Takes awhile to get into the main story, but well worth it.

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