The Ancient/Lantean fleet was one of the most advanced fleets known to exist, existing not only in the home galaxy of the Ancients, but also the Milky Way and later Pegasus galaxies. SG-1 first encounter him as a Viking holographic recording (played by Mark Gibbon) on the planet Cimmeria in "Thor's Hammer". He warns General Landry in that show's season 2 episode "Critical Mass" of the Trust's plan to destroy Atlantis with a bomb, and aids several Expedition team members to track down Rodney McKay's sister Jeannie Miller on Earth in season 4's "Miller's Crossing". [48] When the producers came up with story ideas for the Trust, they found that Alias had used all the names they could think of. [124] What was under Anubis' cloak became a main question among fandom. The Ancients are well known for their belief in free will and will go to great lengths to ensure that others are allowed to make their own decisions without outside interference. [21], The Stargate producers approached Beau Bridges, a self-claimed fan of science fiction,[22] directly to play the role of Hank Landry. Adria, played by Robert C. Cooper's daughter Emma (season 10, age 4), Jodelle Ferland (season 10, age 7), Brenna O'Brien (season 10, age 12), Morena Baccarin (season 10, adult) – The primary antagonist in season 10. According to producer and writer Peter DeLuise, Siler's name and dialog deliberately contain the letter "S" because Dan Shea lisps. In the episode "Unnatural Selection", the Replicators had developed human-form Replicators, based on the technology they extracted from their Android creator, that appear just like humans and are able to change their form. Stargates, also called Astria Porta in Ancient and Chappa'ai in Goa'uld, as well as various other names across the universe, are a series of devices built by the Ancients which create wormholes, allowing for near-instantaneous transportation between two distant points in space. Having made multiple clones of himself, Ba'al begins a campaign to battle the invading Ori for control of the galaxy in "Stronghold" and tries to gain power through various means in "Off the Grid", and season 10's "Insiders" and "The Quest". Replicator Carter (also known as RepliCarter), played by Amanda Tapping (season 8) – A human-form Replicator created by Fifth. Dr. Fraiser is also shown alive in an alternate timeline in the year 2010 in season 4's "2010", but Fraiser and SG-1 alter the timeline to prevent a catastrophe on Earth involving the Aschen race. They were also known for writing information on stone tablets. [38] Siler is subsequently shown to be involved in many accidents at the SGC, which is parodied in dialogue and action in several SG-1 episodes such as season 4's "Window of Opportunity", season 7's "Heroes" and the milestone episode "200". Senator Robert Kinsey, (played by Ronny Cox, seasons 1, 4–8) – A US senator who first appears in season 1's "Politics". He first appears in season 5's "The Tomb", blaming SG-1 for the death of several Russian SG team members. Only Ori technology, which was most likely created with ascended knowledge by the Priors, and Asgard technology can compare. That in itself is over the top. While Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe are separate shows, they take part in the same fictional universe, so no character is internally show-specific. (SG1: "The Fourth Horseman, Part 1", "The Pegasus Project", "The Ark of Truth"). The Goa'uld are the dominant race in the Milky Way and the primary adversaries from seasons 1 to 8 of Stargate SG-1. In season 1's "Singularity", Fraiser adopts Cassandra, an alien orphan whose people had been exterminated by the Goa'uld System Lord Nirrti. It later turns out that Simmons had orchestrated the entire affair. He also appears in Stargate: Continuum and season 1 of Stargate Atlantis. Naquadah enriched stone (or just Naquadah for the Stargates), it seems, is their preferred storage because of its ability to stay intact for millions of years while paper would degrade and anything tech based would require a power source that would eventually become depleted. None (present)Ori (as the Alterans)Alliance of Four Great Races (past) "Lucian Alliance" redirects here. It also promises its followers that, on death, they will Ascend. [36] While only appearing in six episodes in total, actor Jay Acovone frequently appears at Stargate conventions.[37]. Instead, they use humans called Priors, which they artificially evolve so that they are one step from Ascension, giving the Priors godly powers. [59], Robert Picardo was in the main cast of Star Trek: Voyager from 1995 to 2001. However, the Ancients did little to nothing to stop members of their race from acting to help as long as they didn't do it directly as an Ascended being: the Ancients allowed Orlin to descend to explain everything to the Tau'ri and help develop a cure for the Prior plague, they allowed Morgan to subtly inform Daniel and Vala of where to start looking for the Sangraal, Merlin's anti-Ori weapon and didn't interfere when she revealed herself until she tried to tell them exactly where to look and despite the fact that the Sangraal was being built with Merlin's advanced knowledge and had the risk of falling into Adria's hands and being used against them, they let Daniel and SG-1 finish and ultimately deploy it. The first spaceworthy Earth fighter, the X-302 (later F-302), is introduced in season 6's "Redemption", and a few episodes later in "Prometheus", Earth's first space battlecruiser, the Prometheus. 2 that the names of planets in Ancient are also the Stargate addresses, thus making the symbols a "language" in their own right. He is played by Christopher Judge in a regular role in seasons 1–10, in both direct-to-DVD films and in season 4 of Stargate Atlantis. Agent Barrett also recurs in Stargate Atlantis. Following her promotion to major in season 3, she is promoted to lieutenant colonel in early season 8 and assumes command of SG-1. [8][9] Nemec was open to continue playing Jonas Quinn after season 6, but a new contract was reached with Michael Shanks for Daniel to return in season 7. ", To accelerate the natural Ascension of any living being is a high crime among their people, and the Others, those who follow their rules of non-interference, have taken harsh measures against those that break them. [49] The IOA has also been referred to as the "International Oversight Committee" on the show, until producer Joseph Mallozzi realized during the writing of "The Ties That Bind" that the acronym IOC is already used by the International Olympic Committee. "[22] According to Bridges, Landry appreciates Carter's knowledge, and needed some patience with the fast-speaking Daniel Jackson to realize "how important a piece of puzzle" he is. The Ancients placed Stargates on thousands of worlds across several galaxies. They are one of the most advanced races known to have existed, having evolved for millions of years prior to the present day and reaching their level of technology long before humanity evolved on Earth. The most powerful Goa'uld in the galaxy are collectively known as the System Lords. She joins SG-1 after giving birth to the new leader of the Ori at the beginning of season 10, and appears in both direct-to-DVD films. Teal'c /ˈtiːəlk/ is a Jaffa from the planet Chulak. Trebal 13. After SG-1 is captured by the Replicators, Fifth becomes fascinated by them, especially Carter, and attempts to help them, but SG-1 break their promise and leave Fifth behind in a time dilation field. Some time after the destruction of Dakara by the Ori, leaders of the Free Jaffa Nation meet to consider the future, but Bra'tac and Teal'c are badly injured during an ambush by a former enemy of Teal'c. As stated in season 2's "1969", Daniel speaks 23 languages, including Russian, German, Spanish, and Egyptian. The resulting energy wave breaks Replicator Carter and all her brethren into their constituent parts. Ba'al's host survives the extraction and Vala plans to help him adjust to life after over two thousand years under Ba'al's control. [...] His whole existence is basically predicated on living up to that theme, and that's a theme that's time immemorial. Shea first auditioned for the role as Siler with executive producer Brad Wright and director Martin Wood. [...] Sometimes he does that with a bark, and sometimes with a bite, but he also has a sense of humor, this man. [83] Late in season 3, SG-1 helps to destroy Thor's ship, the Beliskner, which has been overtaken by the Replicators, in "Nemesis". The Stargate producers offered her the part when she was visiting the set while in Vancouver for another job. It is unclear if she is an Ancient herself, as the Ancients Orlin and Merlin give different accounts of knowing Oma. [85] They meet the real Thor one season later when they enlist him to save Cimmeria from Heru-ur's invasion. O'Neill is able to open an emergency airlock and releases Simmons into hard vacuum, killing both him and the Goa'uld. The ancient site is said to sit where 14 ley lines converge and some feel, along with other similar ancient sites, this essentially makes it an energy portal or stargate. [75][76] For the Prometheus, the producers wanted to build something that was exactly the opposite of Goa'uld ships, which, according to Paul Mullie, are basically big empty rooms with nowhere to sit, no screens and no buttons to press. Her fiancé, a scientist named Ernest Littlefield (played by Keene Curtis and Paul McGillion), is the first human to have travelled through the Stargate since the ancient Egyptians buried it. This religion states that they created humanity and as such are to be worshipped by their creations. ", "Myth Maker (Part 2): An Interview With Robert C. Cooper", "Myth Maker (Part 1): An Interview With Robert C. Cooper", "Directing The Future: An Interview With Robert C. Cooper", "New Directions (Part 1): An Interview With Robert C. Cooper", "Fifth Unleashed: An Interview With Patrick Currie", "Chillin' With Elliott: An Interview With Courtenay J. Stevens",, Fictional United States Air Force personnel, Fictional United States Marine Corps personnel, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, Articles with dead external links from December 2017, Articles with permanently dead external links, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles lacking reliable references from December 2019, Articles with unsourced statements from June 2009, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 25 November 2020, at 16:47. Bra'tac was also the one who initially influenced Teal'c to doubt the Goa'uld as well. He goes on off-world missions with SG-1, and frequently provides valuable knowledge and expertise, including the ability to use a Goa'uld healing device. An alternate version of Martouf arrives at the SGC when many SG-1s from alternate realities start coming through the Stargate in season 9's "Ripple Effect". Colonel Frank Simmons, (played by John de Lancie, seasons 5–6) – The NID liaison to Stargate Command after Col. Harry Maybourne's arrest for treason. In season 7's "Death Knell", Jacob helps his daughter devise the Kull Disruptor as an invaluable weapon in fighting the army of Kull Warriors of Anubis's creation. In the first two seasons, Rothery didn't have a contract and was booked on every episode in which she appeared. SG-1's duties include first contact, reconnaissance and combat, diplomacy, initial archaeological surveying, and technological assessment. Ben Browder joined the cast after Richard Dean Anderson's departure from Stargate SG-1 in 2005. He is caught in season 4's "Watergate", convicted of treason, and placed on death row. Thor perishes along with the rest of the Asgard race when their planet self-destructs before the Ori can attack. Mitchell is introduced in "Avalon" as the leader of a squadron of F-302s against the forces of the arch villain Anubis in season 7's "Lost City". She also commented on her acting life once, "The life of an actor is always very up and down. Oma Desala last appears in season 8's "Threads", sacrificing herself to enter an eternal battle with Anubis to prevent him from wreaking further havoc on the galaxy. The Tok'ra extract the symbiote from the last Ba'al clone in Stargate: Continuum. As their brains further evolved, their intelligence and capacity to store knowledge greatly increased, allowing them to develop some of the most advanced technology encountered thus far. Ayiana 3. "[28], After her character's death in season 7, there were various rumours which said she would appear in the upcoming Stargate film; this never happened. Homeworld In season 6's "Smoke and Mirrors", a group controlling the rogue NID, known as "the Committee", tries to assassinate Kinsey and frame Col. O'Neill for his murder, but NID agent Malcolm Barret and SG-1 foil this attempt. [67], Garry Chalk was assigned to the role as Chekov by executive producer Michael Greenberg and N. John Smith. The Web's most complete, most updated Stargate news and reference guide! "Well, it stands to reason they weren't always called the Ancients." [8] The role of Jonas was reduced to recurring status in season 7. It has been indicated that the Asgard used the same technology to defeat the Replicators in their own home galaxy as well. In the Stargate fictional universe, the Ancients, also known as the Alterans and Lanteans, are the most advanced race known to have existed, having evolved millions of years prior to the present day and reaching their level of technology long before Human life evolved on Earth.. Because of this, Destiny has continued on a pre-programmed path on its journey throughout the stars, alone, for millions of years. Many fans of Stargate thought that Elliot and his team would replace Samantha Carter, Teal'c, Daniel Jackson and O'Neill as the main characters of the show. She abducts Daniel and probes his mind to find the location of the Dakara superweapon, the only thing in the galaxy capable of stopping her. The Tollan are an advanced human civilization who are introduced in season 1's "Enigma" when the SGC helps a group of them relocate from the original Tollan homeworld that had undergone catastrophic volcanic activity. Dan Payne in a DVD special about the creation of the Kull warriors. Noted for its massive redundancies and the extensive use of Control crystals, Ancient technology is remarkably similar, in both appearance and function, to that of the Ori, as they both once lived together as one society: the Alterans. Teal'c is chosen as a member of the new Jaffa High Council and supports Bra'tac as an interim leader in season 9's "The Fourth Horseman" before a type of government is solidified. Eventually the Ancient Merlin would deascend himself after coming to believe that the Ori were a threat that needed to be destroyed. The producers initially wanted to call the NID "NRD" for "No Real Department", but went for "NID" because it sounded better. Thor gets a new clone body soon after. She is played by Amanda Tapping in a regular role in seasons 1–10, in both direct-to-DVD films and makes an appearance in all seasons of Stargate Atlantis. Cooper said, "It is our last year, so we are thinking of killing one of our regulars. [65] In season 8's "Full Alert", Colonel Chekov helps General O'Neill deal with the possible Goa'uld compromise of the US government and establishes a direct line between O'Neill and the Russian President to avert a nuclear war. Ba'al, played by Cliff Simon (seasons 5–10) – A System Lord based on the Baal of Canaanite religion. "[52] McBeath once stated that the character of Maybourne diminished after Richard Dean Anderson's departure from the show in season 8.[53]. The NID is a shadowy intelligence agency that appears throughout the run of Stargate SG-1 and occasionally on Stargate Atlantis. A split then occurred among the Alterans… This name generator will give you 10 names which will generally fit the lanteans of the Stargate universe. The Goa'uld are a parasitic species that resemble finned snakes, which can burrow themselves into a humanoid's neck and wrap around the spinal column. Bridges said that "Landry truly loves his work [but] respects and appreciates his daughter. Tomin is intended as a representation of the Ori warriors,[144] and Cooper described Guinee as a "fabulous actor who instantly creates that humanity and empathy ... while he's mass-murdering people"[141] Tomin is introduced in flashbacks in season 9's "Crusade", having found Vala after she was transported to the Ori home galaxy. Orlin 10. unbekannter Antiker 11. Mainly because of the severe time restraints of filming television, the producers gave Palffy no background on the character and encouraged Palffy to experiment and find the character's tone himself. [29] Robert C. Cooper, producer for Stargate SG-1, called Rothery about the death of her character. [13] The writers' decision to put Mitchell in command of SG-1 instead of Carter was met with resistance by some critics and audience members. The military personnel return to Earth, while Daniel falls in love with Kasuf's daughter Sha're and remains behind. The composition of SG-1 changes several times during the series run and varies in several alternative universes.[1]. In the season 3 two-parter "Jolinar's Memories"/"The Devil You Know", Martouf joins SG-1 on a mission to rescue Jacob Carter, the host of the Tok'ra Selmak, from Ne'tu. Human-form Replicators, on the other hand, are resistant to projectile weapons as well due to the change in their nature from large blocks to smaller units the size of organic cells (cell blocks). When they get nursed back at the SGC, Bra'tac tells Teal'c that he is like a son to him. He specializes in installing, maintaining and repairing bomb navigation, weapons control as well as automatic flight control systems. Daniel joins the SG-1 team in search of his kidnapped wife (Sha're), until she dies in season 3. The first time Shea was officially double for Anderson was in Toronto when they did a MacGyver movie; Anderson had broken his foot so Shea was forced to do a stand-in.[39]. "Do not accelerate the natural ascension process of those beneath or interfere in their natural life, and ultimately, death. Oma Desala ("Mother Nature"), played by Carla Boudreau (season 3) and Mel Harris (seasons 5, 8) – An Ascended being who goes against the ways of the Ancients. Siler's first name is never mentioned in dialogue in the series, although his uniform patch and magazines give his first name as "Sly" several times,[38][40] and his uniform patch in "Entity" reads "Dan". He is promoted to the rank of full-bird Colonel in Stargate: Continuum. As Merlin began building a weapon capable of destroying Ascended beings and was doing so with Ascended knowledge, the Ancients assigned Morgan Le Fay, a rival of Merlin's, to watch over and stop him if necessary. "The original creators of the Stargate." Charles Kawalsky portrayed by John Diehl (in the film) and Jay Acovone (in the series), is introduced in the 1994 Stargate as lieutenant colonel. Kawalsky is promoted to major and becomes the leader of the newly formed SG-2 team, accompanying SG-1 on their mission to Chulak to rescue Sha're and Skaara. [14][15] For his portrayal of Cameron Mitchell, Ben Browder was nominated for a Saturn Award in the category "Best Supporting Actor on Television" in 2006.[16]. Don S. Davis knew Richard Dean Anderson (O'Neill) from Anderson's starring role in MacGyver, in which Davis was a stand-in for Dana Elcar (playing Pete Thornton, MacGyver's boss) before making several guest appearances. [88] Impressed by SG-1's primitive but effective tactics, Thor requests SG-1 to help fight the Replicators in his Asgard homeworld soon after, in "Small Victories"[89] Anubis captures Thor and probes his mind for Asgard technology, and Thor's body lapses into a coma in "Revelations". [92] Thor personally makes an appearance at a secret meeting between the permanent members of Earth's UN Security Council taking place in the Pentagon, to ensure the SGC retains control over the Earth Stargate. Stargate Command is typically commanded by a General and is staffed by subject matter experts and military support personnel, several elite special operations teams, and several SG teams, including SG-1. [6] The producers based Jonas's motivation to join SG-1 on his momentary reluctance to actively prevent Daniel's death and his feelings of responsibility afterwards. The best direction she got for playing this almost "omniscient" character was that she was not like others and was a "being" of her own.[81]. SG-1 theorized that they did this either as they knew it would work and wanted it to, or knew it wouldn't and thus didn't care while Adria believed that they did it as they knew it would successfully wipe out the Ori and wanted them gone. He also plays a key role in retuning the Dakara Superweapon to the right pattern to attack the Replicators in season 8's "Reckoning", but Selmak dies of old age one episode later in "Threads", along with Jacob who wouldn't let go of him a few weeks earlier knowing by keeping Selmak alive he would help in the fight against the replicators but would ultimately die with Selmak due to release of a poison when a Symbiote dies. The real Ba'al is shot and killed by Mitchell, restoring the original timeline. The International Oversight Advisory (IOA) is a civilian oversight committee created after the United States and Russia revealed the existence of the Stargate Program to the other permanent members of the UN Security Council in season 6. His last SG-1 appearance is in season 10's "Dominion". Eventually, due to the actions of Doctor Daniel Jackson and Vala Mal Doran, the Ancient's old enemy the Ori became aware of the existence of human life in the Milky Way Galaxy and began a crusade to convert all humans in the galaxy to Origin in order to gain more power with the intention to confront the Ancients in battle and destroy them. He realizes how challenged they are. With the efforts of Morgan and SG-1, the Ori followers learned the truth about their "gods" and Adria's power was diminished to the point that Morgan was able to engage her in eternal battle and end the threat of the Ori and their threat to the Ancients once and for all. He is promoted to the rank of lieutenant general at the beginning of season 8, being placed in command of the new Homeworld Security command, a department in control of Stargate Command, the Prometheus project, and the Atlantian Antarctica outpost. He also appears in both direct-to-DVD films and in seasons 1 and 5 of Stargate Atlantis. [20] Although the producers had some ideas for the characters, they collaborated with Bridges to develop the character's backstory before the writing of season 9 began. Colonel Chekov, (played by Garry Chalk, seasons 5–6, 8–10) – Russia's liaison to Stargate Command following the early season 4 events of the short-lived Russian Stargate program. In the show, Earth's efforts to construct starships of its own using reverse-engineered alien technology begin in the season 4 episode "Tangent", with the less-than-successful X-301. [127] According to portraying actor Simon, Ba'al was his most "interesting" he's done because of Ba'al's character development and diversity among others. Orlin was also outcast when he used his powers to help the people of Velona to construct an Orbital weapon to protect themselves, but then intended to use the weapon against other races. Chaya Sar /Athar 4. (SG1: "Ascension", "Full Circle", "Threads") (SGA: "Sanctuary"), There is a real, physical transfer of energy to the Ori that occurs through a human being's worship of them. As a doctor, Fraiser looks for peaceful solutions and is disinclined towards armed solutions. Spawned by the queen Egeria, they live in true symbiosis with their hosts, both beings sharing the body equally and benefitting from each other. [123] Since Anubis is cloaked all the time, Palffy had to express the character's weight through the voice and movements. The Ancients are the original builders of the Stargate network, who by the time of Stargate SG-1 have ascended beyond corporeal form into a higher plane of existence. The astronomers David J. Tholen and Roy A. Tucker enjoyed the character so much that they named a near-Earth asteroid that they co-discovered in 2004, 99942 Apophis.[126]. Kinsey makes his last appearance in season 8's "Full Alert", where the SGC convinces Kinsey to go undercover to undermine the hierarchy of the Trust. Cox described him as a "self-aggrandizing senator who like[s] to throw his weight around", and as "Kinsey feels that the Stargate [is] being used in completely the wrong way and one that is endangering American ideals and a way of life that he believes in" and a "Born-again, right-wing, Christian fundamentalist"; Cox played him as a heroic antagonist rather than villainous. The base extends many levels beneath the ground and is protected from most forms of attack including indirect nuclear detonations, also serving to contain biological, chemical or alien hazards to the outside world by means of a 'lockdown' status. Most of their weapons technology was designed and used during their centuries-long war with the Wraith in the Pegasus Galaxy, however after returning to the Milky Way the Ancients had no further need for either more powerful weapons or defensive shields (as their only potential enemies were the far inferior Goa'uld), so they became somewhat lacking when compared to their other technological marvels created during this time. To do otherwise, to underplay that, will work against the idea of what he represents. She assists Lt. Col. Cameron Mitchell in seasons 9 and 10. [23] Bridges made no deliberate effort to distinguish his character from General O'Neill, believing that the character could stand on his own.[22]. General Hammond recruited him as someone with excellent technical ability and a cool head to operate the Stargate under extreme pressure. Here is a chance to experience ancient Egypt. They are the slaves of the alien Ra and are descendants from ancient Egyptians brought through the Stargate to mine the fictional mineral naqahdah. Cameron Mitchell manages to travel back in time to 1929 and set an ambush for Ba'al when he boards the Achilles. Captain/Major Janet Fraiser, the resident Chief Medical Officer of the SGC (played by Teryl Rothery, seasons 1–7, 9) – She is responsible for maintaining the health of the SG teams, as well as the SGC's support staff and base personnel. The Ori sway lesser-developed planets into worshipping them by promising Ascension through an invented and empty religion called "Origin". Her husband didn't want Fraiser to join the US military which is one of the main reasons for their breakup. In his last appearance in the alternate timeline film Stargate: Continuum, Hammond acts as a military advisor to President Henry Hayes. Extremely advanced technologically, the threat of their intervention shields many planets in the Milky Way from Goa'uld attack, including Earth. Alliances The producers dropped Elliot and minimized his role so that he was never even mentioned in Stargate Atlantis. Catherine Langford appears again in alternate universes and times in "There But For the Grace of God" and "1969". This is one of the main reasons the Ancients have so strongly believed in strict non-interference in the lower planes, because the temptation to manipulate and align lower life forms in some order for your own purposes could result in this type of abusive corruption, as they see it. He was familiar with Stargate SG-1 from his time as a Showtime subscriber. Ba'al secretly collaborates with SG-1 and Jacob/Selmak to thwart Anubis' plan of overtaking the galaxy with the Dakara Superweapon, but flees when the Jaffa storm his mothership. [80] SG-1 first encounters Oma Desala on their search for Shifu in season 3's "Maternal Instinct". That symbol in itself has been around since the dawn of time. "48 Hours" Simmons' involvement in the disappearance of the Adrian Conrad Goa'uld, whom he now holds captive, is revealed and General Hammond has him arrested. First appearance [60][61] Producer Joseph Mallozzi said that "whenever I do interviews, I often draw parallels between [Amanda Tapping and Robert Picardo].

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