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Why dont the Tok'ra try cloning Egeria, they only need to clone her once, and then they can continue the survival for their race, she can spawn hundreds of new Tok'ra or even a new queen, so they dont have to continually clone her every few hundred years. Should they make a reference to the Tok'ra if they ever come out with the movie, saying something of this nature? It'd be an easy fix, they surely kept her body.[[Special:Contributions/74.129.66.59|74.129.66.59]] 02:47, September 4, 2010 (UTC)
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Why dont the Tok'ra try cloning Egeria, they only need to clone her once, and then they can continue the survival for their race, she can spawn hundreds of new Tok'ra or even a new queen, so they dont have to continually clone her every few hundred years. Should they make a reference to the Tok'ra if they ever come out with the movie, saying something of this nature? It'd be an easy fix, they surely kept her body.[[Special:Contributions/74.129.66.59|74.129.66.59]] 02:47, September 4, 2010 (UTC)
 
:cloning using her dna at the time of [[Cure]] would replicate the old, dying cells {{User:Asdf1239/sig}} 06:22, September 4, 2010 (UTC)
 
:cloning using her dna at the time of [[Cure]] would replicate the old, dying cells {{User:Asdf1239/sig}} 06:22, September 4, 2010 (UTC)
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:Clones don't take the age of the being at the age they came from, normally, do they? Normally when you clone something they go go from childhood/their early state. Unless she is dieing of a genetic problem, like the Asgard are, or some inherited disease, it shouldnt matter, should it? Look up cloning, in real life in most cases they took cells from full grown adults and used them to grow things, they dont appear to have accelerated growth, they start over from childhood. In SG-1 and atlantis, many races have the ability to accelerate the growth by some unkown means, thats different. Anyway, in case your going to say it, she was not dieing of genetic degredation, but mostly just dieing of old age, the did at one point mention cellular degredation, but just after it was, to quote the Tok'ra, she is "very old" Since clones start over again... it should work.[[Special:Contributions/74.129.66.59|74.129.66.59]] 11:28, September 4, 2010 (UTC)

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Right now, this is more of a synopsis (summary) of the episode. It needs to be more about Egeria. If the other stuff isn't already in the episode description, it can be moved there. However, it is all original now. --CocoaZen 22:50, 13 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Is Egeria really a System Lord?—Swedish guy 13:45, 25 February 2009 (UTC)

Again, according to Stargate SG-1: Roleplaying Game she is. —Jaymach Ral'Tir (talk) 13:49, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
Hard to know when it isn't in the article. —Swedish guy 13:57, 25 February 2009 (UTC)

uhh, how exactly did she take over kelmaa's host when she appeared far too large to fit inside a human —24.17.211.150 07:37, February 12, 2010 (UTC)

The big form of the queen in the tub is the way the queen exists when breeding more symbiotes when not in a host, Its presumable that the queen "detaches" the extraneous parts of the body, when entering a host. Remember that the Symbiotes originally existed on their own without hosts, and required different developments. It may not be a detaching of extreneous parts of the body, it could be shall we say, de-inflating the body, releasing things it had been storing in the body for the birthing process, and only needs for that time.. But I cannot recall them mentioning it, but the queen page says its a sac it detaches, so maybe their was a referenace I cannot recall at the moment. I only thought of the second option right now, as an added excuss. 74.129.75.153 09:41, February 12, 2010 (UTC)
thanks thats possible —24.17.211.150 21:29, February 12, 2010 (UTC)

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Why dont the Tok'ra try cloning Egeria, they only need to clone her once, and then they can continue the survival for their race, she can spawn hundreds of new Tok'ra or even a new queen, so they dont have to continually clone her every few hundred years. Should they make a reference to the Tok'ra if they ever come out with the movie, saying something of this nature? It'd be an easy fix, they surely kept her body.74.129.66.59 02:47, September 4, 2010 (UTC)

cloning using her dna at the time of Cure would replicate the old, dying cells ASDF1239 DISCUSSION 06:22, September 4, 2010 (UTC)
Clones don't take the age of the being at the age they came from, normally, do they? Normally when you clone something they go go from childhood/their early state. Unless she is dieing of a genetic problem, like the Asgard are, or some inherited disease, it shouldnt matter, should it? Look up cloning, in real life in most cases they took cells from full grown adults and used them to grow things, they dont appear to have accelerated growth, they start over from childhood. In SG-1 and atlantis, many races have the ability to accelerate the growth by some unkown means, thats different. Anyway, in case your going to say it, she was not dieing of genetic degredation, but mostly just dieing of old age, the did at one point mention cellular degredation, but just after it was, to quote the Tok'ra, she is "very old" Since clones start over again... it should work.74.129.66.59 11:28, September 4, 2010 (UTC)
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