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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #240 on: January 19, 2020, 08:50:51 AM »

Upon being greeted by the Guard who presented herself as Ethiel, Sekhmet takes a moment to observe her as she speaks, before she gives a light nod. "Greetings, Ethiel. You may do so." Then she proceeds to follow the Guard to the meeting hall, stopping slightly as she is presented to the other when arriving there.

The first to gain her attention is Allienna, upon which Sekhmet grants a smile as she is rather pleased by her words. Being welcomed like this is most pleasing indeed. "Thank you, Allienna. I am pleased to be here." The Queen then takes the moment to step a bit further into the room as her gaze goes to Mefitis when she too greets her, something Sekhmet gains a light smile of. She gives a light, polite bow both to her and Mamers. "The pleasure is all mine." Everyone seemed to know who she was, althought she herself did not really know any of them, something that for the moment bothered her just a little bit.

Sobek, though. Sekhmet greets him as well, bowing her head gracefully, giving a smile as she folds her hands over her stomach. Her red dress with gold details, even some golden shoulderpads seems to suit her perfectly. "Greetings."

"So you served Ra.." She turns to Khnum, raising her chin slightly as her former mate is mentioned. Still, her lips form a smile. "All is not yet lost. We will rebuild our Empire!" It clearly seems she has some kind of hope or perhaps she simply is filled with the pride that follows by being part of that royal family. A sense of pride that has not yet left her from her time with Ra. After speaking she looks to Achaman, bowing her head politely as if to greet him as well. She considered it important to greet each and every one of them, being that they could be potential allies and allies was what she needed. Amongst other things.
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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #241 on: January 20, 2020, 07:30:40 AM »

"Unfortunately Lord Sekhment, the reconstruction from these rvine is difficult, but we are doing everything possible to make this feasible, it is a pleasure to see that the last queen of Ra has survived, I imagine that you made sure to surround yourself only with truly collaborators valid, in any case we would have time to talk about your past until today, today we have to discuss a problem that we all have to solve definitively now! " Khnum completed while Achaman in turn continued the sentence of the ruler of Khenem.

"Ba'al is a problem for all of us, we have to solve this problem once and for all or we could really regret it in the future, if there is a future given its actions!" he completed looking at those present, noting how all those present nodded, of course, Sekhment, that new to this knowledge and facts! "he completed making his eyes sparkle.

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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #242 on: January 20, 2020, 01:11:15 PM »

 

 With the formalities out of the way, stewards guided the gathered to their respective chairs, pulling them out for them. They were plush velvet, a deep red with gilded gold arms and legs, they wouldn't be out of place in any royal palace.

 As she sat, Allie took a moment to look closely at each face, all Goa'uld, but all in some way seeing things with a different perspective. She was no different. Other stewards, resplendent in the special livery of the base, a cream loose fitting shirt with puffed sleeves, dark pants of a blue shade with a red seam down the side. Black immaculately polished boots stopping just short of the knee; each one bearing the Jaffa tattoo of their respective masters. They brought food and wine, mostly what the humans would deem as 'finger' food to suit the occasion.

 "I am pleased to have you here Sekhmet." Courtesy went a long way. "To bring you all up to date, these are the events as has taken place in the last thirty six hours. The day before yesterday, several SGC teams of the Tauri came under attack on a remote planet we all knew as one of Ba'al's old training grounds. It should have been abandoned, they soon found out differently. The day before that, SG4 went seeking clarity on information I had fed to the Tok'ra concerning a biological lab on another human planet, the work there was being carried out by agents of the Trust, hated by all and we can now assume under his command." Taking a sip of wine she continued. "Yesterday late, someone obviously targeting me, tried to poison one of my advisors. She survived thankfully. And as of now, SG1 and SG4 are pursuing another site we left clues for them to find, this time my spies indicated some kind of data is being gathered for a super weapon. All of these events has his stink on them."

 That was a lot to take in of course, but there was more. "While as of now it is suspected Ba'al is hiding on Earth and while that is so, we cannot strike directly at him. We can though cut off his galactic resources, that is the reason for you all being here now."
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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #243 on: January 21, 2020, 12:59:33 AM »

Sobek simply stood and waited noticing Sekhmet greet each of them in turn. Eventually she turned to him giving him her greetings. Sobek said nothing but did bow his head greeting her back with some level of respect but remaining wary of just why she was here. It was then the stewards moved in giving the signal that time for such idled chat was over and now the most important beings in the galaxy would discuss important future matters.

The Crocodile Lord sat upon the chair, leaning and resting his back against the red velvet. He was pleased to see food and drink brought out, he however for the moment did not allow himself the opportunity to indulge as he felt it currently unfitting.

As they all settled Sobek allowed Allienna to begin updating them so as to make sure all were aware of what was going on outside the safe borders of their territories. Despite finding the Tau’ri acronyms extremely unpleasant to his ears he listened and did his best to rerun  the details given through his mind.

He found a little pleasure in the thought of the Tau’ri falling under attack, trespassing on worlds they had no right to tread. Sending information about one enemy to another to make them challenge one another, a bittersweet victory at best was all that was possible with Tok’ra involved. Allienna then spoke of more attacks upon them, it was clear that Ba’al was striking at them while hiding behind the Tau’ri for defence, they could not allow such acts to continue.

Indeed Allienna felt the need to stress that they could not strike at him directly so long as he hides there which filled Sobek with much anger. He truly wanted to know for sure the two were not simply in some secret alliance plotting against them but he ignored asking such questions for now. The fact that Ba’al even had any assets left at all was an inconvenience that had gotten old extremely quickly.

“If it means gathering the heads of every last one of his remaining followers then you have my interest.” Sobek said wondering just what Allienna had in mind.

“If Ba’al intends to use his followers as a means to poke his head out of the sand then so be it.” The Crocodile God truly didn’t understand why any one of their kind would even want to hide out on Earth with an entire galaxy of options, truly Ba’al had to be mad.

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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #244 on: January 21, 2020, 06:56:12 AM »






By the time she finally took her seat, Sekhmet showed no noticeable signs of pressure.
That the newcomer took to greeting those present one by one was a welcome feat to both Mamers and his queen, who appreciated its positive repercussions in Sekhmet's relationship with her peers and, in the case of Mefitis, also the simple mix of grace and genuinity with which the Lioness responded to these stimuli, in the queen's opinion one of the many manifestations of royalty.

When Allienna finally began to explain the reason for their summoning, both Mamers and Mefitis almost fell to sleep, so futile this summoning appeared to be to them. Mamers despised Ba'al but could not consider him a threat, so used he was to conventional might that he absolutely disregarded the Canaanite's cunning, while Mefitis still kept wondering why he had to be his enemy, of all people.
It was the mention of a "super weapon" to reawaken both Goa'ulds's interests, and the idea that the Tau'ri - or rather those commanded by Ba'al who foolishly expected to turn on him at some point - could get a hold of it terrified them both.

Mamers jumped from his throne, with lamb meat still in his mouth. "A biolog..." coughs followed under the perplexed faces of those present, some entertained, some rolling their eyes. "Eat as you speak..." his queen thought as she rolled her eyes.
Finally, with his snack swallowed, he could demand an explanation. "A biological weapon?".
A daring hypothesis, but it was what he could conjecture by the chain of events and contexts mentioned by Allienna. The poison on her advisor must have come from the Trust's facility that the accursed Tau'ri found.
For her part, Mefitis was finally alarmed as well, if not for the danger posed to Allienna (who she could not manage to consider a comrade no matter what. In this case, it must have been her contact with the degenerate Tok'ra - a million curses on their name and their deceased queen - to give her discomfort) for the danger posed to all of her species if this was indeed a biological weapon.
After all, she could only send Ba'al against so many Goa'uld for so long before it was her turn.
No, if this was what she thought it was, it should have been secured at all costs.
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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #245 on: January 21, 2020, 07:26:32 AM »

"If what you say Alienna is true, then we have both a problem and an opportunity, the tau'rì are a threat and a resource, it just depends on how we can exploit them or fight them to the best of our ability ..." added Achaman after sipping something that had to be wine and giving it back to his lo'taur while Doramas behind the System Lord watched in silence.

"A biological weapon, really possible that Ba'al wants to try something so daring, in fact as Achaman says, could also be something to our advantage, especially if it eliminated the tau'rì, in this way the forces of the rebel jaffas would be more than halved, not being able to count on advanced technology, we could sweep them away more easily don't you think? " Khnum added in turn, smiling maliciously as he watched the faces of those present. Who was doubtful, who potentially smug.

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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #246 on: January 23, 2020, 07:42:04 AM »

Sekhmet took her place upon the chair she was lead to, graciously sitting down and lifting her gaze to fall upon Allienna after giving a glance to the steward offering food and drink. For now choosing to not accept any of it as she wished to be focused upon the task at hand and nothing else.

She was not one to not pay attention to Allienna's words - as soon as she began speaking it was as if Sekhmet blocked everything unnecessary out and gave every bit of her attention to Allienna. She had learned at an early age the importance of this and thus it was something she practiced at every moment that deemed it necessary. Upon the mention of a 'super weapon' she raised her chin a tiny little bit, as if worried by the thought. Her face though remained emotionless.

She remained quiet as the others gave their thoughts and comments about it all, herself being within deep thought, though still paying attention to their words. "The Tau'ri are indeed a resource, why do we not use them as such." She said, agreeing with Achaman, knowing well that the Tau'ri also was a threat to them. How could she forget that when it was their fault that she had lost her mate? Still, even by the thought of this she did not show much expression other than a very small glint of anger in  her eyes upon mentioning the Tau'ri. She did not much like them and so, if Ba'al wished to use them up, then so be it. It was, however, that super weapon that worried her more than any of the other two.

"How do you propose we cut off Ba'al's resources?" Sekhmet then asked, interested in knowing more. More about Allienna's thoughts of how they were to do this and preferably more about this super weapon, if it was indeed something biological. Knowledge being the key if anything were to be successful, at least that was her opinion.

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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #247 on: January 24, 2020, 06:40:06 AM »

"In fact, how could we stop Ba'al, cut his resources, it seems difficult to me at least that Alienna already has an idea about it ... as far as I'm concerned, I have very little to offer, but surely Khnum could give you more assistance than I would do, unless you have a much more precise plan! " he completed Achaman by showing his reluctance to possibly participate in any mission. Those present watched him carefully before Alienna or some other goa'uld spoke, not even Khnum said anything, despite Achaman having indicated it as a potential help for that mission.

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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #248 on: January 24, 2020, 05:07:04 PM »

 

 Holding up a slender finger Allienna had several points to make. "As many of you are aware Ba'al was my mother's lover for many centuries, yet when I suppose since the Tauri had awoken she saw him for what he really was, she with Bastet began conspiring against him. He never found out until the two of them were imprisoned on Olympus. Indeed Morrigan forbade me or anyone to think she was not still in league with him. As you know, it cost her dearly." She inclined her head to Sekhmet, of course she was unaware of the circumstances. At another time she would tell her.

 "Now that she is safe again, many of his secrets that she was aware of she has passed onto me. We now have the positions of several of his worlds, kept hidden from us for the last ten years. Worlds he has been training both Jaffa and humans from across the galaxy including Earth, to help him rule once again." Pressing a crystal on her wrist device, a large hologram was displayed at the furthest end of the table. "None of these worlds have Chappaai, his own insecurities." She pointed to three of them.



 "Yes I am afraid we are dealing with biological weapons and then something else. One of those worlds holds the key to his main power and these three I have not fed to the Tauri, which brings me to your point Sekhmet, we are indeed using them much to their ignorance." He eyes met with those of Achaman. "A wise old Egyptian saying, to kill a snake one must cut of his head. If we eliminate his power base out here, on Earth he will be just another Goa'uld on the run looking over his shoulder until they close the noose on him."
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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #249 on: January 25, 2020, 03:36:46 AM »



Studying the map, the spread of Ba'al's remaining words appeared curious and following its own rules.
Isolated from each other and with no stargate, Mamers wondered how contact was even maintained, assuming there was contact, anyway.

Curiously enough, one of the Canaanite's holdings, in the farthest galactic east, lied not too far from the homeworld of a cowardly human people which, he had heard, waged warfare through genetically-tailored weapons which induced sterility, something which prompted him to instinctively reach for the warmth of his consort's hand.
Was this a coincidence?
Was Ba'al in league with these people?

In the end, this was as bad as he thought, Ba'al was indeed attempting to wipe out his own kind, using at the very least the Tau'ri as muscle.
Interestingly enough, the existence of biological weapons directly targeting Goa'uld and, less directly, their hosts, was known to him, but the poison that had been circulating for so long throughout the galaxy was known to be deployed in a gaseous form which would have been ridiculously easy to discover, though the warped minds that designed such weapon never counted on using subtle methods in the first place considering the extremely quick operation of the agent.
This one, while less effective, was stealthier, which made him wonder how Allienna's advisor came in contact with the biological weapon in the first place.
Was it a vulgar poison to be spread in the foods and drinks, or something more sophisticated?
Mamers had one last question. "How was this biological weapon deployed on your advisor?".
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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #250 on: January 25, 2020, 07:05:22 AM »

"Three planets without stargate, accessible only through the orbit with conveyor rings or with the asgard transport, a truly enviable situation, to reach these locations we would have to send a tel'tak or an Al'kesh that is hiding with the cloaking device and with the asgard beam to be able to pick up and move anyone at any time! "

"In addition, this biogenetic or biological weapon or whatever it is, is still a problem that we must eliminate, I believe that cutting the head of the snake is not enough, especially knowing well that Ba'al is not new being able to unite and amplify the few resources in his possession, a biological weapon would not be a strange thing, especially by those who exploit anyone for his purposes! "

"Furthermore, if he intends to eliminate us using the tau'rì as an armed arm, we must kill him and destroy this weapon, we must not make the mistakes of the past, when in an attempt to divide our resources, we came to a situation that led to our ruin!" finally concluded the ruler of Khenem looking at Alienna and immediately after both Mamers and Sekhment. He did not need to have the approval of Sobek or Achaman, he knew well that they both thought with him, certainly Achaman.

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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #251 on: January 25, 2020, 02:54:41 PM »

The Crocodile Lord focused on Allienna. The holographic map of the galaxy appeared showing the designated positions throughout the galaxy that were confirmed to still be under the control of Ba’al. It seemed Ba’al was hiding, hedging his bets on one single weapon. It was a crime that could not be forgiven, he had to be put down now.

Sobek did not favour biological weapons, instead he preferred a good old fashion army. It reminded him of Nirrti, nobody had liked her but the old System Lords had foolishly kept her around for far too long. If there was one thing he was used to after all these Millenia it was warfare and so he considered their options.

“Do we have more details on these worlds?” He asks Allienna. “A rough estimate of how many ships Ba’al still has in his possession?”

Surely by now they had more than enough resources at their disposals to outnumber the forces of Ba’als relic of a fleet. Although it was likely that Ba’al knew they would be coming.

“We must act quickly and be prepared to stop the spread of this contamination, at any and all costs.” There was no way they could allow it to be set loose.

Sobek glanced over at Sekhmet. He found himself wondering just what her reason for being here was, he recognised that she had used we indicating she perhaps was hoping to join them.

“Queen Sekhmet, do you intend to share your resources for the purpose of targeting these worlds?” Indeed The Crocodile Lord wished to know what part she was to play.
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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #252 on: January 27, 2020, 04:21:38 AM »

As the hologram was displayed, Sekhmet seemed to pay more attention to that than anything else, studying it and taking mental notes of where those worlds were. Of course, she did perceive Allienna's words, everything she said and all else as well, though she did not give any reaction to it until her name was mentioned by Allienna upon which she raised her chin slightly as if to acknowledge it. It pleased her somewhat that they indeed used the Tau'ri to their own ignorance.

Her attention, for a moment, went towards Khnum as he seemed to seek her approval of his words to which she responded with a light nod. She did agree, this was a problem that had to be dealt with and she believed that with their combined efforts it was possible to accomplish some sort of victory over it. It would however not be easy, she deemed.

She was as well as Mamers interested in knowing how the biological weapon was deployed upon Allienna’s advisor if only to learn more of what they was up against. She didn’t much like the thought of a biological weapon that could be used against them. If she got it the way she wanted, such a thing would never even have existed.

Then, Sobek addressed her upon which Sekhmet looked to him seemingly considering her words for a few seconds before speaking. "I do." She said. "I would assume that my resources may be useful to this purpose." If not, she surely had other things to offer them if need be. Her reasons for being there and for showing interest in even offering her assistance was many, and biggest was the reason that she seeked an alliance. To join them.
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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #253 on: January 27, 2020, 07:15:48 AM »

"A biological weapon had already been created by the Tok'ra, just when Anubis reappeared and destroyed the underground base on the planet Revanna, from what we know the crystal that contained the formula was stolen by the Tau'rì and later exploited with wide margins by a Tau'rì organization called The Trust, to eliminate the last goa'uld strongholds of Ba'al himself ... "

"it is not said that Ba'al did not come into contact with a portion of the compound, we know that the compound affects only the symbiote, but in doing so on the jaffà, it also kills the latter, really a weapon that should be banned for our good! " added the ruler of Khenem, attracting the attention of Sekhment who probably knew nothing of this compound. Achaman smiled observing the interested behavior of Sekhment, moreover this queen was unknown to him, there was little information available, he wanted to know more.

"In any case we should have his formula to find a counter weapon, don't you think?" added Achaman smiling with pride.

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Re: The Meeting Station of the Goa'uld
« Reply #254 on: January 29, 2020, 02:07:42 PM »

 

 By now Allie was drumming her fingers with impatience as she looked up, those innocent blue eyes had turned to ice. "A simple poison dart, a type used by many human tribes across the galaxy for bringing down large animals. Had it hit the Symbiote, Maegwin would not have recovered. Fortunately the assassin whether by choice or sloppiness missed by a hair." Gathering her thoughts she pressed on.

 "As for the actual weaponised version he is possibly planning, so far I've not found out exactly what path he is proceeding to. It may well be as we've seen in the past with as mentioned, something like the Tok'ra developed, targeting us in particular. Or..." She flicked a lock of hair from her face. "....something entirely different altogether, Khnum." Again she looked up, this time at Sobek. "The only data I've been able to gather is on that planet in between Asculum and Tahonas. From what my spies have been able to find out is it was a former colony of Her'ur's, one he never bothered with other than mining gold, which ran out eons ago. For the most part Ba'al is using it as a training ground over the various terrains. A largish continent that straddles the equator offers him everything from desert to jungle, green forests to icy plains and mountains. Apparently he has built a temporary mini city there for urban warfare training." From this point she had to look at her data pad, shaking her head.

"As usual when planning a strike he has been as elusive as ever. I cannot gather any intelligence on ship numbers apart from the few we've seen going between those three worlds. I should mention that the world nearer to the old Aschen holdings was once under Sokar's domain and from what we know of that, it might well be heavily industrialised." Offering her hand across the table she said to Sekhment. "Whatever aid you deem worthy, will be gratefully accepted."
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