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Later that year, Freyr visited Earth personally to ask SG-1 to rescue [[Heimdall]] and her research materials. He also informed them that Thor was missing in action over Heimdall's planet. By this point, SG-1 was able to recognize him by sight. At the climax of the rescue mission, Freyr commanded an [[Asgard fleet]] which confronted [[Anubis]]'s motherships, saving SG-1, Heimdall, and [[Supreme Commander]] [[Thor]]. {{Cite|SG1|Revelations}}
 
Later that year, Freyr visited Earth personally to ask SG-1 to rescue [[Heimdall]] and her research materials. He also informed them that Thor was missing in action over Heimdall's planet. By this point, SG-1 was able to recognize him by sight. At the climax of the rescue mission, Freyr commanded an [[Asgard fleet]] which confronted [[Anubis]]'s motherships, saving SG-1, Heimdall, and [[Supreme Commander]] [[Thor]]. {{Cite|SG1|Revelations}}
 
===2006===
 
In order to determine whether or not the Asgard will grant [[Asgard computer core|all of their knowledge and technology]] to the [[Tau'ri]], [[Thor]] sends Asgard engineer [[Hermiod]] to observe the humans in action under immediate threat and report back to the High Council. During the meeting with Hermiod, Freyr is one of only four High Council members well enough to attend and sits silently as [[Thor]], the [[Chief Archon]] and Hermiod discuss the issue with Hermiod's support of humanity ultimately swaying the High Council into going forward with the plan. {{cite|SGA|Hermiod's Last Mission}}
 
   
 
===2007===
 
===2007===
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