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A leader in the [[Jaffa Rebellion|Jaffa resistance]] movement, M'zel is a somewhat stoic and thoughtful warrior. He was present at [[Earth]]'s second [[Alpha Site]] when it was attacked by the forces of [[Anubis]]. Along with a handful of [[Jaffa]], [[Tok'ra]] and [[Stargate|S.G.C.]] personnel, M'zel failed to escape through the gate to the [[Beta Site]], and instead hid from Anubis' forces in the woods.
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|name = M'zel
After they were rescued and brought to Stargate Command, M'zel was questioned by General [[George Hammond|Hammond]] regarding the compromise of the secret off-world base. M'zel suggested that Earth's allies the Tok'ra have not been forthcoming in their information about covert operations, and insisted that they have a spy within the ranks of the [[System Lord]] [[Olokun]]. He also told Hammond that the rebel Jaffa sent warriors to try and kill Olokun, hoping that his Jaffa would join their cause when their Goa'uld master was dead -- an act the Jaffa had hoped in vain that the Tok'ra spy would carry out.
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|image = [[File:M'zel.png|250px]]
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|race = [[Jaffa]]
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|home planet = Unknown
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|gender = Male
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|died = [[2004]]
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|rank = Leader in the [[Jaffa Rebellion]]
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|allegiances = [[Jaffa Rebellion]] (present)<br>[[Heru'ur]], [[Apophis]] (past)
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|appearances = "[[Death Knell]]"<br>"[[Endgame]]"
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|actor = [[Mark Gibbon]]
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'''M'zel''' was a leader in the [[Jaffa Rebellion]] and formerly in the service of [[Heru'ur]].
   
M'zel has strong beliefs about a Jaffa's right to make the choice of freedom for himself. He himself was once in the service of Heru-ur, and was one of the many absorbed into Apophis' great army when [[Apophis]] destroyed [[Heru-ur]]. When Apophis was killed and another Goa'uld did not claim the right to his service, M'zel eventually joined the young Jaffa Resistance.
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==Biography==
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===Background information===
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M'zel had strong beliefs about a [[Jaffa]]'s right to make the choice of freedom for himself, and feared the ever-increasing influence of the [[Tau'ri]] over the [[Jaffa Rebellion]]. He himself was once in the service of [[Heru'ur]], and was one of the many absorbed into [[Apophis]]' army when Apophis killed Heru'ur. After Apophis' death, M'zel eventually joined the young Jaffa Rebellion. {{Cite|SG1|Death Knell}}
   
Because of the Jaffa's uneasy relationship with the Tok'ra, their fear of replacing one master (the [[Goa'uld]]) with another (the [[Tau'ri]]), and their desire to create a resistance movement that can stand on its own two feet before relying on allies, M'zel led the Jaffa in withdrawing from the Alpha Site and the alliance with Earth ... for the time being.
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===2003===
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He was present at [[Earth]]'s [[Alpha Site (Second)|second Alpha Site]] when it was attacked by the forces of [[Anubis]]. Along with a handful of Jaffa, [[Tok'ra]] and [[Stargate Command]] personnel, M'zel failed to escape through the [[Stargate]] to the [[Beta Site]], and instead hid from Anubis' forces in the woods. He and 11 others including [[Major]] [[Green (Alpha Site)|Green]] were rescued by [[Colonel]] [[Albert Reynolds]] of [[SG-3]] and brought to the SGC. He was questioned by [[Major General]] [[George S. Hammond]] regarding the compromise of the secret off-world base. M'zel suggested that the Tok'ra had not been forthcoming in their information about covert operations, and insisted that they had a spy within the ranks of the [[System Lord]] [[Olokun]]. M'zel eventually led the Jaffa in withdrawing from the Alpha Site and the alliance with Earth. {{Cite|SG1|Death Knell}}
   
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===2004===
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When [[The Trust]] began attacking several [[Goa'uld]] [[planet]]s with the [[symbiote poison]], killing millions of [[Jaffa]] in the process, M'Zel immediately suspected the Tok'ra instead. He later joined [[Teal'c]] in confronting [[Zarin]], a [[Tok'ra]] operative posing as a minor Goa'uld serving [[Ba'al]], eventually fell victim to the deadly substance himself, as unlike Teal'c, he was not taking [[tretonin]]. {{Cite|SG1|Endgame}}
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==Behind the scenes==
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*He was named after [[Bill Mizel]] a First Assistant Director for all three series.
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*[[Mark Gibbon]] previously played [[Thor]] (human image) in the ''[[Stargate SG-1]]'' episodes "[[Thor's Hammer (episode)|Thor's Hammer]]" and "[[Thor's Chariot]]".
 
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Latest revision as of 00:17, July 8, 2019

M'zel was a leader in the Jaffa Rebellion and formerly in the service of Heru'ur.

BiographyEdit

Background informationEdit

M'zel had strong beliefs about a Jaffa's right to make the choice of freedom for himself, and feared the ever-increasing influence of the Tau'ri over the Jaffa Rebellion. He himself was once in the service of Heru'ur, and was one of the many absorbed into Apophis' army when Apophis killed Heru'ur. After Apophis' death, M'zel eventually joined the young Jaffa Rebellion. (SG1: "Death Knell")

2003Edit

He was present at Earth's second Alpha Site when it was attacked by the forces of Anubis. Along with a handful of Jaffa, Tok'ra and Stargate Command personnel, M'zel failed to escape through the Stargate to the Beta Site, and instead hid from Anubis' forces in the woods. He and 11 others including Major Green were rescued by Colonel Albert Reynolds of SG-3 and brought to the SGC. He was questioned by Major General George S. Hammond regarding the compromise of the secret off-world base. M'zel suggested that the Tok'ra had not been forthcoming in their information about covert operations, and insisted that they had a spy within the ranks of the System Lord Olokun. M'zel eventually led the Jaffa in withdrawing from the Alpha Site and the alliance with Earth. (SG1: "Death Knell")

2004Edit

When The Trust began attacking several Goa'uld planets with the symbiote poison, killing millions of Jaffa in the process, M'Zel immediately suspected the Tok'ra instead. He later joined Teal'c in confronting Zarin, a Tok'ra operative posing as a minor Goa'uld serving Ba'al, eventually fell victim to the deadly substance himself, as unlike Teal'c, he was not taking tretonin. (SG1: "Endgame")

Behind the scenesEdit

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