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*In the non-canon [[Stargate Universe: Icarus 1]] comic script, Xi'an is designated as PX8-344.
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*In the non-canon [[Stargate Universe: Icarus 1]] comic script, Xi'an is designated as PX-8344.
 
**Comic writer [[Laurence Moroney]] stated that this was fixed in later drafts, however, those drafts weren't posted.<ref>{{Cite web |url=https://forum.gateworld.net/threads/90804-SGA-Season-Six-and-SGU-S3-Comics-(American-Mythology)/page32|title= Laurence Moroney on Gateworld's SGU S3 Forum}}</ref>
 
**Comic writer [[Laurence Moroney]] stated that this was fixed in later drafts, however, those drafts weren't posted.<ref>{{Cite web |url=https://forum.gateworld.net/threads/90804-SGA-Season-Six-and-SGU-S3-Comics-(American-Mythology)/page32|title= Laurence Moroney on Gateworld's SGU S3 Forum}}</ref>
   

Revision as of 18:32, March 7, 2020

Non-canon

Xi'an, designated P2S-569 by the Tau'ri, is a planet in the Milky Way galaxy, and is homeworld to the Xi'an race.

History

Xi'an was under the domain of System Lord Vu. It housed the Goa'uld's palace and treasury room that contained Vu's research into the stargate's ninth chevron, the Destiny, as well as contained Vu's collection of Ancient technology.

At some point, Xi'an had become liberated from System Lord Vu's reign and retained Vu's research. This made them a target of the Lucian Alliance. Vu's research, however, also became an interest to Stargate Command, who tried to aid the natives in defending Xi'an but failed, due to the Xi'an military already siding with the Alliance and making it a trap for the Tau'ri.

Some Xi'an fighters under Duizhu Cheung remained on the planet while the Tau'ri escaped, in an attempt to try to fight for its liberation once more. (SGU: "Icarus 1")

When the conflict ended, thiry-seven Tau'ri and fifty Lucian Alliance men were dead. Colonel David Telford's cover in the Lucian Alliance was also blown. Balint used a Goa'uld brainwashing device on him to turn him into a mole. (SGU: "Icarus 3")

Notes

References

  1. Laurence Moroney on Gateworld's SGU S3 Forum.
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