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Or vice versa
Ok that doesn’t make sense. The Aschen might ask the Tau’ri for help with the Wraith.
The Wraith as a whole could negotiate a hand off the human worlds and Earth.
What do the Aschen have to negotiate with?
Seriously, Besides. Kinsey. I doubt many would overlook how the Aschen tried to slowly wipe out the Tau'ri at first, then probably any animals. When they were exposed by one of their own, then tried quickly to wipe out the Tau'ri.
(Go and watch at Mollem's facial expression as it says it all. "How could you fall for that trick?")
Besides, did you notice no children or even animals on Volia on the episode 2001?
I have been rewatching sg-1 and will start atlantis soon but it is so hard to remember who is alive and dead at the end of the series. Maybourn, Todd, Michael, Kinsey, Q from Star Trek(Simmons), etc. They had some good reoccurring characters.
Maybourn did become a King on a planet, Todd is alive,
Michael did fall from (thinking) from the tower of the Atlantis after Teyla kicked of his hand, it's unknown if Kinsey is dead as he became a host to a Goa'uld Symbiote.
If you look on Mollem's facial expression, he looks at Borren first then at Sam. I wonder if Borren will be punished or killed for betraying his superior officer.
I can understand the Volians would come to hate the Tau'ri for the destruction of the Aschen.
But they will eventually realize it was all for the good in the long run.
I think, by the remorse which Doci and other Priors seemed to be displaying and the fear showed by Adria. I think they could had helped those worlds that got ravaged by the Aschen. Like the Volians, If they were asked by the Tau'ri. That would be a great redemption story.
I think Joseph Faxon (2010) was a traitor as he did agreed to help the Aschen by wiping out the Tau'ri.
What do you think?