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 on: Today at 04:34:21 AM 
Started by Khnum - Last post by Khnum
From  planet  Setange ...

Khenem planet, throne room


We see clearly that night has fallen on the planet Khenem. Hundreds of small lights dot the large city that branches out ordered by the central pyramid. Akhmenu the city of God Khnum, the splendid as many had called it seeing it in the light of the sunset or in the splendor of the day, the city that never sleeps, now seems wrapped in absolute calm. The scene from the outside is panoramic, placed inside the goa'uld pyramid and we see the great hall of throne in the style of goa'uld. Two rows of small braziers follow each other up to the throne of the goa'uld, the latter is sitting in it waiting for information on the mission of Faris. The pharaonic mask on the face, the long dress, Khnum seems insensitive to fatigue, after all the physiology goa'uld, seems more resistant than usual. When Rashaken appears before the System Lord for the relationship, the goa'uld does not even say a word waiting for the relationship.

"My lord ... I have no good news, the Faris ship has fallen into an ambush or rather into a rebellion, according to our only reliable source, Lord Ausar has betrayed you by allying with the goa'uld conspirators and has taken the ship of your son Harsiesis hostage, Faris is seriously injured and is now probably in custody of the renegades, your Horus Guards have fought with honor and have fallen, the few prisoners taken will surely be sacrificed as a warning ... "

"... but in all this disaster, we still have hope, one of my warriors has avoided the capture and will try to free your son!" Rashaken concluded, bowing his head, waiting for Khnum to reply. The latter remained silent for a moment, in a very quiet but firm tone, he replied to his second First Prime.

"Lord Ausar is a vile traitor, we will deal with it promptly, how many ships are held in Ausar at this time?" Asked the goa'uld in turn without opening his mask.

"Three ha'tak also counting that of Faris, our jaffĂ  will try to save Faris and repel the enemies, but will need external support, serve at least four or five ha'tak as a deterrent and a minimum of 2000 jaffa to eliminate the enemy warriors as well as at least fifty ash'rak to eliminate also Lord Ausar, Lep'tis and the deviated goa'uld called Van'kesh! "Rashaken replied in turn. His face was tense, the request was implied, but Rashaken knew well that Khnum had also understood what he had not said ... if the plan had failed.


Continued   on  Setange  planet...


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 on: Today at 04:30:51 AM 
Started by Khnum - Last post by Khnum
Faris ha'tak, Setange orbit


The bridge 16 was one of the lower levels of the ha'tak ship sent by Khnum, led by Faris the son Harsiesis of Khnum, perhaps the strongest and certainly the most clever and clever of all the Horus Guards in the service of the System Lord. Ammunition depots, jaffa lodgings and some warehouses made up the level. A single laboratory, the one in which Snefru was located, the only jaffa left probably in the whole ship still at liberty. The scene moves right in the hall of laboratory No. 4 and we see the big screen. Snefru is visibly nervous. The image of Rashaken appears on the display, the second First Prime immediately realizes that something is happening if a simple jaffa like Snefru dared to contact him.

"Commander Rashaken, we were attacked by Lord Ausar who betrayed the trust of our Lord Khnum, I do not know the fate of First Prime Faris, but he may have died or taken prisoner by Ausar himself, however we have no further information about his person, we suffered a massive invasion on all the bridges of the ha'tak and most of our forces were killed and left, taken prisoner and probably executed shortly, I will try to find Faris and regain control of the ship, but I still require a reinforcement ! "Snefru concluded, observing how Rashaken had shown considerable concern, unusual for a comrade and colleague.

"This belief will be a first problem to be solved, if Faris is indeed a prisoner of Lord Ausar, he will want more than just a ransom, especially since it is precisely Faris ... I will immediately ask our Lord and only then can I tell you something Snefru, but I think anyway you will not be able to reply, especially now that they are certainly tracing this call! "Rashaken concluded, seeing as Snefru was aware that it was only a matter of time before someone came to capture him.

"I will immediately get to safety by moving through the conduits, if within twelve hours I will have no answer or I will not see the reinforcements arrive, I will abandon the ship by activating self-destruction!" Completed the jaffa, seeing nod jaffa and its commander in chief. The connection ceased and the screen went black. Taken the zat's portable rifle, abandoned most of the typical jaffa armor, Snefru left through the ventilation duct behind one of the side panels, just before a team of enemy jaffas pounced into the control room in his search.

continued  on  khenem  planet ...


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 on: Today at 04:26:06 AM 
Started by Mim - Last post by Khnum
Lucia orbit, Khnum fleet

The conveyor rings carried the System Lord and his personal escort aboard the great Apo'tak. In a few minutes the goa'uld reappeared in the pel'tak of the ship where Jandir was waiting at the controls of the ship itself and Kelani, the goa 'uuld more mysterious in the wake of Khnum. None of the System Lord's two servants said a word, after all it must have been the most powerful goa'uld to address the word first and not vice versa. Khnum passed them, nodding immediately to his right hand toward Faris. the latter attracted the attention of both Kelani and Jandir. the Apo'tak throne room was next to the great pel'tak. Khnum had just sat on the golden throne, without the mask.

"The situation is more difficult than expected, Sobek and the son of Queen Mefitis are in agreement with us, I have some doubts about the work of Grundel, but for now I do not think it is appropriate to investigate in this sense ... Jandir will take a phone 'tak and you will make a reconnaissance towards the enemy fleet ... "

"... the tel'tak will have to remain hidden to life and decrease the heat emanation of the engines to remain hidden for the longest time from their sight and their sensors, only when you have enough data or there is a real danger, you are authorized to return and report! " the System Lord concluded, making his eyes sparkle.

"How do you order my lord!" replied the jaffa coming out immediately from the throne room with a mission entrusted to him alone. When the jaffa was away from the hall, Rashaken turned to Khnum himself, asking for an explanation of his order.

"My lord ... as long as Jandir is skilled and has already participated in extremely dangerous missions in this mode, do not you think it's a gamble to send him without an escort?" he asked, knowing full well that this statement could also unnerve the System Lord.

"Jandir is a great jaffa, an infiltrated spy with great experience of the rest I would not have readmitted if I did not know its best and worst features, will operate in perfect Stealth mode and send us as required, do not doubt the skills of your Rashaken soldiers!" Khnum replied, smiling as the scene moves out of the ship where we see the microscopic tel'tak in comparison, disappearing from view thanks to the concealment.


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 on: Today at 12:55:21 AM 
Started by Mim - Last post by Mim


<The Screaming Eagle-401-11>

 Jordan heard the call to Jack over her own coms, she felt exactly the same way but it wasn't the Wraith she was concerned about. Those people or beings that did all that damage on that other planet, not to mention apparently was that they had been getting up to some pretty nasty cloning, that had to be a big investment for them and for what purpose?

 Still they had more immediate concerns for the people below; that star was off, way off. They shouldn't look like that. "Mother Goose to Hobo leader, is it me or does that friggin star look like its on the verge of dying? I'm no astrophysicist, but it just doesn't look right to me." She craned her neck around to speak directly to Juliet. "Montale, can you do a survey on that sun, see what life is left in it?" Someone should be worried about this and she was certain it couldn't wait.

 @MeredithMcKay 

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 on: Today at 12:02:28 AM 
Started by Mim - Last post by Cipherhornet18




<<From Hangars and Airfield>>

Aurore turned to Taer and shook her head as they entered the facility.

"Request denied, everyone needs to be at this debriefing." Aurore replied, pulling off her sunglasses and hooked them at the top of her flight suit's zipper.

"Besides, I am not detaining an SG team on guard duty when I have enough troops to re-invade Iraq here. Something that I intend to tear the IOA and North Atlantic council apart over when compared to the current situation." The fighter pilot added, "You all have done a wonderful job, doing far more than what was intended to be asked of you when you signed up. Colonel Bixby and I will likely have to order a number of awards to be sent through when we contact the SGC."

Brian glanced around at his teammates. Somehow, the mix of a USAF Combat Rescue Officer, a Russian Spetznaz sniper, a French Commando demolitions expert, a former Swedish Ranger electronics specialist and a retired Polish GROM/now archaeologist had put together a team that he felt would be able to tackle any mission put before them.

"I think, ma'am, a decent meal, a shower and a proper bed to sleep in would do it for my teammates and I." Brian offered with a smile, a smile that spread to all of SG-7, even Nikolai managed a small one.

"I'll see what we can do, Captain." Aurore said as she led the way into the briefing room.

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 on: April 23, 2018, 11:55:18 PM 
Started by Rodgin Kemph - Last post by Mim
 Tomorrow here in Oz is Anzac Day, that being so its family for me as I want to see my Dad march on what maybe his last (due to his health) and my Sis and Bro are marching with him, so its going to be fabulous to watch. :)

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 on: April 23, 2018, 11:43:36 PM 
Started by Mim - Last post by Mim


Bonnie flicked a stray strand of hair out of her face, it felt weird really as she hadn't worn her long mane out for over a month other than when bathing back at the dig site. At the same time it did feel good to be able to present herself as a woman once again rather than the scruffy Airman she was 99% of the time. "No Bry, I always look this impatient just for the fun of it." She was joking of course, never in a million years could she be mad with him, just she wouldn't always show it either. "We have about 25 minutes to get there, so yeah we are slightly behind. Just wear that pale blue shirt I bought you a while back, I don't think a Tee will cut it tonight." God she would have if she could have gotten away with it.


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 on: April 23, 2018, 10:14:35 PM 
Started by Ellen_Ripley - Last post by Bluebell722
Jon glanced at Walker. He didn't know the guy well.

To his team leader he said, "It is hard to keep a straight face, but - I know I'll age much more gracefully. Taking better care of myself this time around." Louder, he said to the Old Guy, "Would you like me to find you a laptop, sir?"

He had to keep up appearances, after all.

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 on: April 23, 2018, 10:05:34 PM 
Started by Mim - Last post by sorra


Bryan had just gotten out of the shower when he heard a familiar knock and voice.  He tugged on a pair of jeans and went to answer the door.  "You in a hurry?" He asked as he pulled his door open.  "And yeah just gotta get my shirt. "

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 on: April 23, 2018, 10:02:32 PM 
Started by Mim - Last post by sorra


<<From Armory via Accommodation>>

Taleeya had to laugh at herself when it came to the boots.   Laces certainly weren't anything she was used to.  Although thanks to Vala they got it accomplished and apparently ahead of the men.

"Never trust a man to be on time," she commented.

<control too >

It felt good to breathe again.  Sarah has been feeling a bit claustrophobic.   Something she wasn't used to.  Not to mention Cheryl seemed happier with just a couple people.   She stood back as Lucia was called up again.  Hopefully they weren't too late.   They really couldn't chance losing Lucia even if it meant helping the Gou'ld.

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