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2ndgenerationalteran
March 15th, 2006, 12:16 AM
Our soliders, SG soldiers have years of training, i assume the average age of a solider there is about 27, meaning maybe 9 years of training. i thought it was unrealistic that our soliders took down so many jaffa, because they were bred to fight, and were taugh to fight and many have done so for a hundred years.
the ori soliders have only had like 9 months of training. should be easy to kill them unless they have shields or things of the sort. if they been priorized that would serve as a big problem. But if not combined forces fighting on ground against ori solidiers maybe a great advantage we have.

knowles2
March 15th, 2006, 12:35 AM
Not really , their army should almost invicible we kill the prior briing them back to life we kill them they kill some our men unfortantly they are bought back to life again we are not. So they are probably invicible. Unlease we us ZATs and shot each warrior three time of cause not even they devaporise someone or can they.

2ndgenerationalteran
March 15th, 2006, 12:39 AM
i didnt realize they had this thread on the season 9 thread

HAL
March 15th, 2006, 06:16 AM
wouldnt the anti kull weapan work?


since they where animated liveforms


and the kull weapan was designed to kill them

Peoples_General
March 15th, 2006, 09:37 AM
Umm... the Crusaders (Ori Warriors) are not made up of dead tissue like the Kulls. Remember in "Prometheus Un-Bound"? Daniel tried to take down Vala in the super-soldier armor and didn't work. Because she was a living human being and not a Kull creature.

LIGHT
March 15th, 2006, 11:44 AM
If u come to think at it we have lots of ways to fight the ori.

1st. of all Daniel knows how to controll the replicators, we can use that, we also know how to make the anubis soldiers.. so that would be cool as well, we have the soldan cloak, puddle jumpers from atlantis(cloackable) and other lots of things that are held at are 51.. so i wont worry to much.

Chemp
March 15th, 2006, 01:11 PM
Not really , their army should almost invicible we kill the prior briing them back to life we kill them they kill some our men unfortantly they are bought back to life again we are not. So they are probably invicible. Unlease we us ZATs and shot each warrior three time of cause not even they devaporise someone or can they.

Zats should do the trick.

:tealcanime44:

that sword Cameron pulled out of that rock,could it be used to kill a prior?
Without the prior the soldiers would be easly overcome.

Oh here is an idea remember that weapon from the fourth horseman.Maybe they can develop them into some kind of mines.

+ZPM-dedalus was much faster with it and had better shields.

deadman
March 15th, 2006, 02:36 PM
Here's an idea, rigging a giant Zat on the Oddessey and using it to take out armies!!!

Darth Eddy
March 15th, 2006, 04:08 PM
Yeah, why can't the jaffa just build zat turrets and three shoots to any ship and they win.

HAL
March 15th, 2006, 04:13 PM
once they're reanimated they are dead so the kull weapan would beable to be used on them



unless they just normal people there guns will work on them :)

Major_Griff
March 15th, 2006, 04:39 PM
If u come to think at it we have lots of ways to fight the ori.

1st. of all Daniel knows how to controll the replicators, we can use that, we also know how to make the anubis soldiers.. so that would be cool as well, we have the soldan cloak, puddle jumpers from atlantis(cloackable) and other lots of things that are held at are 51.. so i wont worry to much.


I think Danny could only control the replicators when Replicarter was inside his mind and he took control of her. plus we destroyed most if not all of them and we can't make more and even if we could, we'd have no control over them.

the fifth man
March 15th, 2006, 09:46 PM
Personally, I don't feel the Ori soldiers are going to be such push-overs. I think they will be equipped with more than just that cool little staff they'll be carrying around. I'm sure the Ori and their Priors have planned quite well for this invasion. IMO, we are going to have a hell of a time repelling enemy forces, both in ships and on the ground.

andrewcool
March 15th, 2006, 10:07 PM
I would think that the Piors would quickly heal, and bring back to life the people in the army that were killed. So easily 1,000 troops can take down a whole base.

Lieutenant Reichwein
March 15th, 2006, 10:14 PM
Couldn't we use an EMP on their ships? We saw in last season that cargo ship with an EMP mod. Why can't we make some sort of deal with the guy that owns the ship and scale the technology so it can affect a range large enough to affect a whole Ori ship? With no functioning systems, we should be able to take out one of their ships easily...

metroid
March 15th, 2006, 10:24 PM
ZAT's don't desintegrate anymore.
The writers did introduce it in the earlier SG1 episodes but pretty much removed it which is why it isn't seen anymore in the later on episodes.

the fifth man
March 15th, 2006, 10:38 PM
ZAT's don't desintegrate anymore.
The writers did introduce it in the earlier SG1 episodes but pretty much removed it which is why it isn't seen anymore in the later on episodes.

That doesn't mean they can't. TPTB just choose not to. The only reason they stopped using the three shots from a zat was because the effect was an added cost in production. We could still potentially see it used again one day.

2ndgenerationalteran
March 16th, 2006, 01:13 AM
but really how much training can you get in, within a 10 month period? if we have our anti prior stuff we could probably kill the prior and fight thre rest like we did the jaffa, except they dont even know our tactics and wouldnt know what to do when they are in a tight situation under fire. they have nor previous expericance. but i do believe their staffs are more powerful then the jaffas, and i think they can stab you with it too.

bniblett
March 16th, 2006, 10:47 PM
ok, it may not work, but sure would be fun to watch.

beam a nuke under the ori warriors, set it off, and watch how high they get.

sheilds or not, they are airborn or non-existant hah

asgardcmndr
March 17th, 2006, 03:08 PM
I think the Ori warriors will be much much MUCH stronger than Jaffa. Jaffa were mainly enforcers of policy already set in place by the system lord, they had weapons of terror. Ori warriors will have weapons (and maybe shields) capable of fighting many races - some possibly being technologicly advanced - and thus will be trained as solderis not just enforcers. The Ori have a significant advantage over us and many of our allies, the way this war will have to be fought using the cloak and dagger methods of early SG-1, not the head on approach we saw in Camelot.

2ndgenerationalteran
March 21st, 2006, 07:20 PM
i still say they dont have much, jaffa were trained their entire life to fight, its been so for generations, and just about all jaffa warriors strive to be first prime. goulds used artificial selection by having the weak get killed of by the strong in the war games, thats what i found unbelievable. but these new guys, never fought a war, had minimal experiance yah they might have some fancy tech but its not in hands of people who can fully utlize it. they are running into situations where they dont know what to expect at all.

but their ships own ours so, i say let them land

Kanten
March 22nd, 2006, 01:14 PM
That doesn't mean they can't. TPTB just choose not to. The only reason they stopped using the three shots from a zat was because the effect was an added cost in production. We could still potentially see it used again one day.


Have we even seen any zat 2-shots recently? I can't remember the last time somebody was actually killed by one. It seems to be used as just a space age taser now.