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I once wanted a game for Stargate Universe, that would work very similar to have the TV show set everything out, basically the game would mostly play in first-person or third-person, except when using the ship's Mainframe display, which would Show the ship similar to have this shows up within certain damaged areas and unlocking those areas and fixing them to improve the ships capabilities.
In that show they have the unique opportunity to use Stargates, as one of them was on board the destiny already, and every single planet within its predetermined path.
And as the crew of this ship, it was your responsibility to stay alive, the ship would provide information of what the ship needed in order to sustain the life that was on board it, it would drop out of FTL and dialogue nearby planet where on this planet there were resources that we're needed on board the ship, the ship would create a timer two when the FTL Drive was ready to jump again, and because it was an automated ship at this point, you had to get your resources back in time before the ship jumps into FTL, when you get back using the gate on that planet, you can then take your resources that you collected on that planet and put them to work on board the ship where are the systems needed it.
Throughout your time on board this ship, you are to unlock secrets about the ship and its mission, keep the ship in good repair as much as possible, because the ship will frequently get attacked by other ships and it has been for millions of years as it was automated, but the ship is near its last leg, so it's up to the human crew to fix up this ship the best I can so that they could be ready for another attack, the ship will automatically turn on its Shields when it's about to be attacked by another ship, and it will turn on its defenses.
As the crew you'll run into these events by a certain chance Gap, whether it be on board the Destiny or offworld on some other planet that you're getting the resources on, as commander of the ship you are tasked to make sure the ship works like a well-oiled machine, which means you need to order the crew to do certain things on board the ship at all times.
You will need somebody who can become an expert at Hydroponics to make sure there is plenty of medicine and food on board the ship for the crew, you'll need somebody that is willing to learn the ancient language and decipher certain aspects of the ship to see if they can unlock them, to uncover the mysteries of the ship, you will need somebody who is a doctor and make sure they have the provisions they need in order to take care of people on board the ship, you will need your guards to rotate their shifts just in case something happens while the commander is sleeping.
Basically how the game would work, is most of the planets will be procedurally generated, except for maybe the resources that you need on them, the ship battles will be procedurally-generated based off of level and experience and capability of the crew and a chance gap, every time you and your team gate to a planet it should be at least four people of at least two soldiers one scientist and one Tech person in case something goes wrong at the gate, the Planet will also have procedurally-generated events such as the team possibly being attacked by an alien or an animal on the planet while they search for resources, maybe even use the animal as food for the crew or maybe find medicinal aspects off of the animal for the doctor to use.
If the crew needs help or information, they could either contact somebody via the communication stones, or use the ancient repository chair and unlocked the knowledge using that.
This type of game will never be made, but one could hope.
So I'm watching the 2 part heroes episode and was wondering what Airmen Wells told his wife?
They live nearby are gone for a week at the most off world, if Wells had died how would the government explain it? How did he explain getting shot?
At least Cassie knows about the stargate when Frasier died
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Normally I wouldn't touch this type of game, however recently something just happened, people started talking about this new device called the steam deck, this steam deck device I am actually personally excited about, because I have games like this timekeepers game being developed for Stargate that should play well for this type of gaming device.
A little while ago I purchased a game called Homeworld off of steam, well I tried to play the game but I am a person who cannot stand using keyboard and mouse and I thought at the time that all I needed to do was to use a controller software and just create my own bindings, well long story short that didn't pan out as good as I thought it would, now with steam's steam deck I believe that problem will be a thing of the past, anyway I got that game because I saw someone on YouTube playing some mods that had Stargate stuff in them, I actually bought the game because it had a mod that I would have liked to enjoy for Stargate.
So when this Stargate timekeepers game comes out, I will be excited to try it out with the steam deck, right now the steam deck doesn't function with every single game and the entire network of steam, but given enough time and updates, that device will get over the years and possibly even by the time this Stargate timekeepers game comes out, I believe it'll be a better experience.
Anyway what will you guys do when this game comes out?
Basically this one. I'm kinda interested, but not committed right now.
What do you think would happen if a Goa'uld tried this?
Would the Goa'uld be able to handle this much information, or would it be far too much information for a goa'uld to contain?
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So I had a theory about Stargate: Continuum. So could that be possible that Anubis is erased from the existence, when Ba'al went back in time, before Anubis could meet Oma Desala and ascend.
But he was killed by Ba'al from the future, and then when he did make sure that Anubis was permanently killed, then the next mission was to kill everyone else on the ship called the Achilles in 1939 to stop the existence of Stargate Command.
So when Cameron killed Ba'al from being able to successfully finishing his mission by killing everyone.
Does that mean that Anubis has never existed in the slightly new timeline, as he was the first one to be killed by Ba'al?
Now in the show we knew what the Ori supergate looked like, and all the rest of the gates in the series, however we have never seen on screen or off screen what the Ori stargate looks like, so i decided to take this opportunity to present what it could possibly look like based on their style in the show, starting with their version of transporter rings.
Now what i imagined was a possibly milky white ring design, with perhaps an irony white look, i also believe when they activate their stargate that it resembles their insignia that we often see all over their architecture like for example anything from their symbols of clothing of jewelry to the style of the Ori ships interior to their ring transporters.
I was able to present a few photos of the rings that i had to edit to bring out the symbols and reduced fog as i wanted to present these symbols as the very same symbols that they would use to dial their version of stargates.
We already know they have their own version of the gate travel within their galaxy, otherwise how would the first prior come out of a milky way gate to begin with as seen in the show?
Not to mention how they built the supergate by sending smaller objects through their gate to fly through a milky way gate that was established on a beachhead planet.
We also see this symbolism on the Doci, as he wears that device around his neck and and is taken under control by the Ori.
Anyway what do you guys think?
Going back in time within the story here.
So Anubis wanted to do the same thing the Alterans did, except that he wanted to murder an entire galaxy using the Dakara weapon for his own reasons.
It seems illogical to make this decision at first glance, so what could have been his possible motive, other than him being an evil goa'uld with a black and white personality?
I can only speculate it's something he's learned through the Alterans during his time with the ascended Others and what he needs to do in order to maintain his foothold of the galaxy.
from what i understand, Anubis knows nothing about the Ori, but at the same time it's possible that he does know about them and how they maintained their power by using people as worshippers, it could be that he was going to use it as a possible bargaining chip for the Ori and take out the Others along the way and then use the Dakara platform to repopulate the galaxy as the Dakara device has been known to be capable of and using the new population to gain his ascended power like the Ori do.
Or perhaps he was planning to recreate the circumstances of how the Ori came to power and create his own rule and priors to overthrow the Others.
The originally planned video game of Stargate Alliance was supposed to be a continuation of Anubis's story within the show, without knowing what that story was about, it's possible that this was one of the routes that the show was going to provide in the form of a video game.
Also, what was the purpose of Anubis's clone body of himself, named Khalek? is it possible to clone yourself to worship yourself i wonder? it sounds silly, but it's a possible outcome right?
Khalek was created with abilities almost identical to the Prior's of the Ori, so it's possible this could have been the motivation in why this clone of himself was created.
What do we know of Anubis? he clones his own Jaffa army in the form of Kull Warriors to only serve him through his Queen's design, these warriors are programed by the Queen to serve Anubis, so it's possible that they can also be programmed to worship him as well.
While Anubis is speaking to Ba'al
"First i will retake Dakara, then I will destroy every living thing in the galaxy, including you, all at once"
"You have no way of knowing what is necessary, and what is not in My Grand design" Anubis.
But of course we don't get this information in the show's story, but this is what i think of Anubis's possible motives, what do you guys think on this part of the story?
What do you think it's like within the ascended realm or realms?
So i'm just bringing up a topic for topic's sake because this page is a ghost town, and it needs some kind of engagement.
I have a question the first episode of stargate sg 1 we hear Daniel jackson say that the Goa'uld have enslaved humans by taking their culture and their faith, that means that humans are already revered by the gods before the Goa'uld
There's this fan project online I stumbled onto years ago that I've been trying to find again recently without success, and I don't have a lot of leads to go on. It was this website hosting a series of alternative scenarios and storylines for the later series of SG-1 (definitely 8-10, possibly 7 as well but I can't be sure) and at least part of Atlantis. I'm not sure what the format was exactly as I didn't pay it much mind at the time. I've looked on a few fan resources and threads but I've not spotted any references to anything similar to it.
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