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was extremly low and they also were very uncomfortable so the just
 
was extremly low and they also were very uncomfortable so the just
 
did away with them. [[User:ShadowofGod]]
 
did away with them. [[User:ShadowofGod]]
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the [[Ori]] page says that ''" Morgan Le Fay was able to engage Adria in '''eternal combat'''"'' while this article says ''", Morgan Le Fay engaged her in battle, and after the Ark was activated in Milky Way, again severely diminishing Adria's powers, '''destroyed her'''."''. [[Ark of Truth]] says "seemingly destroyed each other". which is it? {{User:Asdf1239/sig}} 03:17, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
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: I beleive its the same outcome as the Anubis/Oma desala fight, where they are locked into a struggle with each other. Its unclear how these battles between ascended beings take place, but based on the episode from Anubis and Oma, it seems they cannot defeat each other, without help.[[Special:Contributions/74.129.75.153|74.129.75.153]] 03:21, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
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::well then what should the articles say...that they both ascended and fought with an unknown result...{{User:Asdf1239/sig}} 03:41, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
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::But Morgan ''was'' helped, the Priors of Milky Way were brainwashed to believe the Ori were not gods, which should have, if I understand how the system works, diminished Adria's powers even more, hence making Morgan capable of killing her. —[[User:Supakillaii|Supakillaii]] <sup>([[User talk:Supakillaii|talk]]) ([[Special:Contributions/Supakillaii|Contribs]])</sup> 12:01, June 19, 2010 (UTC)
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== Adria the Witch ==
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In ''Flesh and Blood'' there is a conversation between Vala and Jackson about Adria where Vala casually admits that Adria is not the name of her mother, but really of her stepmother who was "a witch of a woman." Does anyone else here think that the writers made an intentional reference to "Adria the Witch," an NPC from Blizzard's Diablo?
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[[Special:Contributions/76.114.58.90|76.114.58.90]] 08:59, August 10, 2012 (UTC)
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While Claudia Black did voice acting for Diablo 3's character Cydaea, the timing suggest otherwise: Stargate Season 10 started airing in July 2006, while Diablo 3 was released in May 2012. It may be possible that someone at Blizzard was a Stargate fan and decided to give Adria "The Witch" a dominant role in Diablo 3, but that Stargate writers made a reference to an obscure NPC vendor from the first Diablo, seems unlikely. 
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So, if it's a reference, it was made on the Blizzard end and not the other way around. 

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Eye colorEdit

Why is it that in the earlier episodes in which she appears, she has firey-orange eyes? Whereas they appear normal in later episodes. —82.71.41.74 10:43, October 20, 2009 (UTC)

eye color Edit

during the first few episodes the different actresses that played adria wore contact lenses but it was said that marina baccarin who portayed the adult version of adria stated in an interview that visibility was extremly low and they also were very uncomfortable so the just did away with them. User:ShadowofGod

end resultEdit

the Ori page says that " Morgan Le Fay was able to engage Adria in eternal combat" while this article says ", Morgan Le Fay engaged her in battle, and after the Ark was activated in Milky Way, again severely diminishing Adria's powers, destroyed her.". Ark of Truth says "seemingly destroyed each other". which is it? ASDF1239 DISCUSSION 03:17, April 26, 2010 (UTC)

I beleive its the same outcome as the Anubis/Oma desala fight, where they are locked into a struggle with each other. Its unclear how these battles between ascended beings take place, but based on the episode from Anubis and Oma, it seems they cannot defeat each other, without help.74.129.75.153 03:21, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
well then what should the articles say...that they both ascended and fought with an unknown result...ASDF1239 DISCUSSION 03:41, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
But Morgan was helped, the Priors of Milky Way were brainwashed to believe the Ori were not gods, which should have, if I understand how the system works, diminished Adria's powers even more, hence making Morgan capable of killing her. —Supakillaii (talk) (Contribs) 12:01, June 19, 2010 (UTC)

Adria the Witch Edit

In Flesh and Blood there is a conversation between Vala and Jackson about Adria where Vala casually admits that Adria is not the name of her mother, but really of her stepmother who was "a witch of a woman." Does anyone else here think that the writers made an intentional reference to "Adria the Witch," an NPC from Blizzard's Diablo?

76.114.58.90 08:59, August 10, 2012 (UTC)

While Claudia Black did voice acting for Diablo 3's character Cydaea, the timing suggest otherwise: Stargate Season 10 started airing in July 2006, while Diablo 3 was released in May 2012. It may be possible that someone at Blizzard was a Stargate fan and decided to give Adria "The Witch" a dominant role in Diablo 3, but that Stargate writers made a reference to an obscure NPC vendor from the first Diablo, seems unlikely. 

So, if it's a reference, it was made on the Blizzard end and not the other way around. 

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