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 on: Today at 10:47:56 AM 
Started by Bowsy 112 - Last post by Khnum

Goa'uld  Ha'tak, Lego  version

 on: Today at 09:13:04 AM 
Started by Khnum - Last post by Khnum
Khnum flagship

Rashaken ascended through the transport ring, directly into the pel'tak level of the ship, but before entering the pel'tak, he was immediately warned that Khnum was not yet present. To the jaffa it did not matter, he would wait, or he would go to the higher levels to give news of the reconquest of Ra's pyramid to the same System Lord. Immediately the servant of the goa'uld disappeared through the corridors leading to the upper level while Rashaken waited in a side room, smaller, almost an antechamber. Large windows were open on the right side, a sign that he was on the right of the pel'tak itself. The walls partially covered with gilded panels interspersed with black slabs like the night, furrowed by curved golden lines that intersected at some points. Two rows of oil lamps on support stood along the sides while two statues representing Khnum in Egyptian style / goa'uld gave access to the ship's pel'tak.It took a few minutes for Rashaken to hear footsteps drawing his attention, then the door opened and Khnum's lo'taur waved him in. Rashaken took a few steps into the pel'tak room, long, semi-transparent curtains descending around the end of the hall where Khnum resided on the raised throne. Few Ram guards compared to what was usually present in the hall. Khnum wore his version of goa'uld armor, but he did not wear a ram-head helmet with corked horns. Rashaken entered the innermost part through the drapery and knelt before the System Lord before uttering a word.

"My lord ... the resistance on the planet was crushed, we avoided killing them and we took them prisoners to be able to condition them to make new guards to your order!" he completed the First Prime showing all his happiness for the accomplishment of his mission.

Khnum, on the other hand, made his eyes sparkle before he replied in turn.
"Very well, take the prisoners to the ship for conditioning, they will be an excellent addition to our army and since they know the planet so well, I will allocate them to the surface so as to continue the monitpraggio, but first I think it is necessary to know how many more information on who they serve and the military dimensions of our potential enemy! " concluded the System Lord looking in the eyes of his First Prime, knowing well that Rashaken would not let slip this situation so favorable to make himself more visible in the eyes not only of the same Khnum, but of the whole empire, as if it were a competition of beauty.

"As you order my lord, I will immediately transfer the prisoners on board for conditioning, in the meantime my men will remain on the surface of the planet to maintain their position!" the First Prime replied, bowing to the head before leaving the pel'tak of the ship.

 on: Today at 01:19:29 AM 
Started by Mim - Last post by Mim

 Down and down back to the Stargate the two of them passed by the comings and goings of the Tok'ra. The alarm from earlier had appeared to have been settled now and all they could see was the everyday life of these people, in the most part rather calm. As they walked towards their destination many bowed their heads towards Sarah, Geldinin noticed this and had to make a comment. "They deeply respect you Sarah for the wisdom you show and of course for being so committed to both our cause and bringing Nicholas to them. I think he will do very well and when the time comes that I can once again join their ranks I will be pleased to work with him."

 They stood at the Stargate quietly for a moment until the address of Earth was dialed up once again. It failed. "Well it looks as if we have time to talk. You homeworld's Stargate is currently busy. Shall we sit for a while?"

 on: Today at 12:58:08 AM 
Started by Mim - Last post by Mim

<<From Blackbird>>

 Ben knocked lightly on the door, he didn't wait for an invite though. "Admiral we have some developments that might help us pin point Ba'al's location or at worst where he was last. Our Goa'uld friend Allienna was apparently tasked with putting the bloke under lock and key, if anyone knows his status she will. Now the question remains, do we go straight to her?"

 on: October 14, 2018, 11:24:14 PM 
Started by Ellen_Ripley - Last post by Ellen_Ripley

Richard knew the implications well enough, right now they were in a very precarious position yet he could see that handing over older technology to the Wraith wasn't the issue, it was whether Todd and his people would accept that technology from what they deemed as a lower species. "You're talking about retrieving weapons from Earth, which although we can do so through the Stargate will take time to convince our superiors back home as to the reason why. We cannot lie to them and say for example we're supplying the weapons to any one of our allies, so we need another avenue." He tapped his chin for a brief moment. "And we'll need a lot of them. If any of you can think of a way around this I'd like to know now." He then looked up at Todd, his take on the situation was as equally important.

A low rumble came from the Wraith's throat before he answered. "While true we are at a disadvantage in our current circumstances I do have this to offer. If samples of these projectile weapons can be provided, we can replicate them in great numbers in a very short time. The principle point now is, do we have that time? I know of one human world recently evacuated rather than face the Vanir, much of their industry appears to remain intact and I know their technology is not too far behind yours in as much as your weapons are concerned. They may have even left something behind. Would this be of value?"

 on: October 14, 2018, 10:52:12 PM 
Started by Mim - Last post by Ellen_Ripley

<Jumper bay/Car park>

"Why does he always do that?" Vala asked herself as if he didn't think she and the others hadn't gone that far. "We're back there now Cameron, discussing the finer points of security which I might add we may have yet to resolve. Would you like me to get the- wait did you say treasure? Again?" Her beaming smile was most likely reaching all the way up to the Spire. "I'll be here, how soon?"

 on: October 14, 2018, 09:44:51 PM 
Started by NG - Last post by Ellen_Ripley

Without being asked Coops pulled a chair away to sit down, although a quick movement of the head in Elle's direction was much akin to asking in any case. Since these three went back so far it was simply old pals being who they were; yet Cooper hadn't been prepared quite for the amount of memory loss his friend had suffered. The briefing over the phone from Anne was just that, brief in her usual way she only gave him the basics in that he'd been taken by the Wraith, held for a month, rescued and he'd lost some memory. Little did he realize the poor guy had basically been sent back to zero; that was a lot to take in. Fortunately though in Cooper's capacity as a trauma Nurse, he had some experience in this field and maybe, just maybe he could help begin the process of resurrecting what Mike's mind had chosen to hide.

"Scrambled eggs and bacon huh? Elle I don't recall you to have ever been a cordon bleu chef to any degree." He was teasing naturally, although he knew quite well at least in the distant past from the Alpha site Elle did have some skills lacking in the kitchen. Maybe she had learned a thing or three since then. "I'll take it though, should be interesting considering my motel meal last night wasn't what I'd call nourishing." He then turned his gaze on Mike.

"No buddy it isn't your normal exposure but then I understand you've had quite an experience lately. Care to fill me in on some of the details I might have missed? I was told you took a little vacation is that right?" An easy start, let the man say what he was willing to get off his chest.

 on: October 14, 2018, 07:33:18 PM 
Started by Mim - Last post by Mim

<<From Kill House>>

 Trouble meant on the double and since the cells weren't that far from the Kill House it didn't take long for Abby to get there. She paused though on the balcony before heading down to wait for Lorne. From here she could see that the SF's had the prisoner secured and sitting on the steel bench, he had quick ties around his wrists and ankles and the man wasn't happy at all.

 on: October 14, 2018, 05:50:26 PM 
Started by Mim - Last post by Mim


  "Sergeant Lawson this is Control. I need you to get down to the cells and check on what is happening with that Genii clone prisoner, the SF's seem to be having some serious issues with him. Once you find out, please call Master Chief Hunter on the Dreadnought. Over."


 Half way out the door to begin the clock countdown Abby stopped when her radio went off loud and clear. She listened closely, there was no need to reply. Taking her helmet off she swore under her breath. "Okay I have an urgent call in the cells. Chief can you take over my team or one of your people. We still need to run this and I'll be back as soon as I can." She looked at Rob. "We'll take a rain check on the next dance bud, see you soon." As she went back into the control room she tapped Lorne. "You may need to come with me sir, there is a small problem down in the cells with the Genii clone." She couldn't wait though, as she headed out the back door.

<<To Brig>>

 @sorra @Bluebell722

 on: October 14, 2018, 05:46:12 PM 
Started by Mim - Last post by Mim
 The Brig in Atlantis and presumably other City-ships as well, are used to lock away dangerous people or prisoners. It is a large room with non-touching cells in the middle. Each cell is a large cage with horizontal bars and a powerful force field spanning across the sides. This field does not allow material to pass through and is only deactivated (on the opening side) when the cell is opened.

 The cells have been used by the Atlantis expedition to hold Wraith prisoners and even Richard Woolsey and Major General Jack O'Neill during the Asuran occupation of Atlantis. The cells aboard the Asuran City-ship held Lt. Colonel John Sheppard's team along with Dr. Elizabeth Weir

 Following the Replicator invasion, McKay secretly installed a voice command override on the brig in case he ever got trapped again like during the invasion. During the Second Battle of Atlantis, McKay was able to use the override to vocally give his code from inside the cell and escape.


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