I belive that the quote from the DVD when the actor that portras daniel says was Anubis really desrtroyed? is needed to allure to his posible survival! -- 02:04, 10 October 2007 (UTC).

What is the name of the Anubis Warrior? (The big bulky guys in the lazer proof armour). Is there an article? —Donovan-j-charlie 18:30, 8 January 2009 (UTC)

Do you mean Kull warriors? -- Matthew R Dunn 18:41, 8 January 2009 (UTC)

Yes, thanks :) —Donovan-j-charlie 11:29, 10 January 2009 (UTC)

The text under defeat is wrongEdit

The text under defeat is wrong. No kull warriors were on Dakara, Sam and Jacob never lost Dakar this part is totally wrong. And it needs be be removed. The replicators were on Dakara fighting Sam and Jacob + soma Jaffa, the Ancient weapon was triggered the replicatoers were destroyed and at the same time Oma began her fight with Anubis. RealBob12 (talk) (Contribs) 12:46, October 1, 2009 (UTC)

You are incorrect, that your combining 2 different episodes together. In one episode, The replicators attack, Anubis does nothing, except has Ball fight the war, and the Jaffa take control of Dakara, this episode amounts to Daniels "death" in the same instant as the weapon is activated against the Replicators, and Daniel does not appear in the restaurant until the next episode.

In that episode, Anubis appears in the cafe, and slowly eludes to the plan to take and use Dakara on the entire galaxy. He used the first situation where ball developed/used something to dial all stargates at once, since he was not allowed to use any knowledge from being ascended unless he could do it as a Goa'uld. He is supposed to have been on Dakara poised to activate the weapon, existing in both planes at once when he was attacked by Oma Desala, and disappeared, locked in some struggle. 21:35, January 4, 2010 (UTC)

Worship Edit

I believe it should be stated in the article, though I'm not sure where that aside from Anubis being Half-Goa'uld he wanted people to worship him for the power that comes with it; Much like the Ori. It even states in the episode Prototype:

Before the episode aired, a draft of the original script was said on Gateworld to reveal that Anubis's purposes for Khalek was to make Khalek part of an army of warriors called the "Mashur", which was derived from the Goa'uld word "Mashur-nat" meaning "Mutation". Anubis's plans for this army was to train them to ascend and do battle with the Ascended Ancients on their plane of existence and ultimately destroy them. However, this was cut from the episode.

It makes a lot of sense really.¥ Super Novice Talk 2 Me ¥ 06:22, December 9, 2009 (UTC)

This may have been a part of his grand plan, to restart the galaxy after wiping out all life in the galaxy with the weapon on Dakara. We cant know for sure, he would have had trouble enacting the full plan, particularly having the ancients fight him before he could have them worship him.

However, I would debate one little thing, Anubis may have in fact been fully ascended, but simply limited from using any powers or knowledge he gained, following the rules set out by the Ascended Ancients, with them watchful to make sure he made no use of his powers. They merely suspected he was half ascended, but they never knew for sure, and as it appeared when Daniel met him on another plane of existence, he seemed as ascended as the Ancients, just as powerful as Oma. 21:35, January 4, 2010 (UTC)

He told Daniel that he was half ascended, Oma ascended him to fight him or she would have been stoped.A scotsman (talk) (Contribs) 02:09, August 3, 2010 (UTC)

Neither Anubis or Oma ever said that he was "half Ascended" that is an error made by fans. What Anubis said is that there are many different plains of existence and he was on a lower one than the Ancients. Daniel was also on a lower plain of existence after Oma helped him ascend. The Ancients themselves are not on the highest plain as Orlin states in season 9 to Carter when he says that the Ancients would like to continue their development into higher plains. So there are many different plains of existence once you Ascend. Anubis was fully ascended but just kept on a lower plain by the Others. --D Toccs (talk) (Contribs) 04:51, August 3, 2010 (UTC)
No more certainly isn't fully ascended anymore and there are multiple planes of ascension as we see pictured on the show. Half ascended is a way describing his state not exactly an exact kind of being. He ascended and the Others felt his malevolence and descended him but allowed him some of his power to show the chaos that comes from meddling in the affairs of lower beings. 22:27, June 15, 2012 (UTC)

Anceint Technology Edit

There is no actual evidence that he employed any Ancient Technologies theat the Goa'uld in general did not have access to.

The enhanced shields and weapons were never shown to have been in any way coming from ancient designs. We also know that Anubis was not allowed to use any knowledge that he would not have otherwise gained as a Goa'uld. He also appeared to use other Goa'uld to do research on various things instead of doing them himself. He may simply have had a few Goa'uld he acquired and used over the millenia to improve technologies and develop new technologies, so that he could stay within the rules set out by the Ascended Ancients. 09:37, January 12, 2010 (UTC)

The above is a good point.  Anubis had all the knowledge (including Thor's knowledge, nature and location of Daqara superweapon, knowledge of nahquadria, ancient weapons platform, and Atlantis), but needed others to 'discover' it and bring it to his attention, before he could 'know it' or 'use it', or risk the wrath of the other ascended.  Anubis, while knowing how to create and use ancient technology, only had that technology which he either found or stole from others, per the rules.  I can imagine this would have been frustrating, but it's a pretty good trade for being effectively invincible. 01:52, March 2, 2015 (UTC)


shouldnt we get an image of his acne scarred face from Reckoning, Part 1 or something —ASDF1239 DISCUSSION 05:41, March 9, 2010 (UTC)

You mean something like this? Actually though, yes. —Anubis 10545 (talk) (Contribs) 05:46, March 9, 2010 (UTC)
lol thanks —ASDF1239 DISCUSSION 07:23, March 9, 2010 (UTC)

Anubis's Form Edit

It says clearly that Anubis is Half-Acsended, but since he's a Goa'uld, I just don't really get how that works. Is he a Goa'uld in a half-acsended human host? Is he a half-acsended Goa'uld snake who's using "ascended magic" to create a body similar to that of a human? Is he a half-acsended snake in a half-ascended body (I don't really get how that would work, since they're different entites and both would kinda have to ascend)? Please help me out, and maybe explain it on the article =D Assmaster 3000

He is an ascended Goa'uld symbiont, but his body is a forcefield which gives him a human shape to make it easier for him to look like the other Goa'uld who do have hosts, and to sit on the host-shaped chairs :D. Host probably recovered when the symbiont vanished from inside him, we know the Asgard can beam out symbionts which one would think would have the same effect, or maybe the host ascended too. Either way, Anubis would no longer have control of the host. Sman789 (talk) (Contribs) 21:05, May 22, 2010 (UTC)

He has an Ascended form that is (was) held together by a force field. —Supakillaii (talk) (Contribs) 22:13, May 22, 2010 (UTC)
Anubis doesn't have a host. Anubis is a being composed of energy he needs no host and he is not in the form of Goa'uld symbiont either. His host would not have ascended because his of ascension the Goa'uld are intelligent life so no they don't need any being to rise to a higher plan. In addition the Goa'uld don't need host to survive they can exist in specially made containers whih mimic their nature environment. 22:27, June 15, 2012 (UTC)
Anubis can do anything that he was capable of doing as a goa'uld (and is capable of as an immaterial being), which means he can inhabit hosts (though it kills them).  Because of the way he rapidly consumes his host bodies, the best solution was to create a 'suit' that would allow him to interact.
When Anubis ascended, BOTH host and symbiote ascended. When he flashed his face in front of Jackson, it showed a human skull rather than a snake skull. If the host ascended, then the symbiote ascended too, and vice versa. 07:45, April 18, 2016 (UTC)07:45, April 18, 2016 (UTC)07:45, April 18, 2016 (UTC)07:45, April 18, 2016 (UTC)


What's up with all these videos everywhere? Ma'chello (talk) (Contribs) 17:09, June 21, 2010 (UTC)

I did then the users can see how he rises to power and how he is defeated ok. (Anubis1996)

Alternate timelines may be wrongEdit

  • Though Anubis never appeared in an alternate timeline, it can still be assumed that Ba'al somehow defeated him because he gained possession of Anubis' mothership and halted his rise to power. The most logical conclusion is that Ba'al, knowing the future events to come, found a way to kill Anubis before he could meet Oma Desala and ascend. (SG1: "Continuum")
  • This is from the page, and has some huge guesses, I can think of other more logical ones. One huge flaw I see here is that Anubis was banished thousands of years ago, the only system lord from that time still on the council is extremelly old and its affecting his mind, he likely ascended along time ago, and only recently returned to take action in the galaxy, with possible time in the galaxy hidden and building up forces. Unless we are now saying Ba'll went back thousands of years ago instead of a mere 50, as was implied very strongly in Continuum. He could get the technology from the original timeline, maybe he developed Merlin's weapon and wiped out all the ascended beings, he would know how to pass the tests, where to go, and just would have to find a way to decieve Merlin. 02:20, July 22, 2012 (UTC)

I agree. It's just pure speculation. Dragonfly82 (talk) (Contribs) 17:21, April 20, 2016 (UTC)

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