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nemisis
April 8th, 2006, 02:11 PM
i belive we need more tollan in season ten because think about it they can give us advaced technology to help us fend of the ori and they may have warships




do you think itz a good idea ?

Oscar06
April 8th, 2006, 02:32 PM
I think it would be awesome.....however very very unlikely. See as they have repeatedly reminded us that they won't share there tech. with a culture as "young" as ours. They may and i stress may join in the fight against them but i don't see them giving ships to us or anything like that.

Welsh_Guy
April 8th, 2006, 02:35 PM
Are any of the Tollan still around after the Gouald attacked them I wonder?

Wraith_Hunter
April 8th, 2006, 03:19 PM
Lol! Seeing as Anubis obliterated Tollana, I fight it highly unlikely that they'll be helping anybody out, other than the worms feeding on their corpses!

Charles Kawalski
April 8th, 2006, 03:51 PM
I don't think the Tollans could help us against the ori. They couldn't defend theirselves against Anubis, so why on earth should they have the power to defeat the ori? Preconditioned they are alive! We don't know.

JUNIOR
April 8th, 2006, 05:29 PM
i belive we need more tollan in season ten because think about it they can give us advaced technology to help us fend of the ori and they may have warships




do you think itz a good idea ?

If they are still alive giving the Tauri their tech and showing them how to make better tech would probably be about the smartest thing they could do because at least the SGC would put it to better use than they apparently did. They could provide us with phase shifting tech., weapons jamming tech., and long rang communication tech. (to communicate with PG easier) they could even show us how to build SG's. I could just imagine a Daedalus class ship that had a built in stargate, phase shifting bombs, and send out a jamming signal to stop opposing ships from arming weapons and maybe even sheilds. Man that would be one kick a** ship!

Bragi
April 8th, 2006, 06:06 PM
Good idea.

Too bad they're dead.

Amanda Eros
April 8th, 2006, 08:22 PM
I would love to see what happened to them. Were they enslaved, or did they all die. I wouldn't mind seeing their reaction to the Orii. Though I don't know how good they would be in fighting them.

-PITBULL-
April 8th, 2006, 10:17 PM
I think it would be great to have some of the Tollan still alive , Could have been helped from the Nox . And they stayed in hidding wih the Nox to protect them selfs tell it was time for a need of there help .

the fifth man
April 8th, 2006, 10:50 PM
Good idea.

Too bad they're dead.

Indeed!:D Personally though, I still hold on to some hope that at least a few of them survived the Goa'uld attack on their world. And hopefully, Narim was among that few.

immhotep
April 9th, 2006, 01:38 AM
they could have escape through the gate, maybe to the nox, not alot but before the gate exploded a few of them got through, and some other got away on ships ..i wouldnt bet on them being a major player every again but they might still be alive in some capacity.

JUNIOR
April 9th, 2006, 07:14 AM
I think it would be great to have some of the Tollan still alive , Could have been helped from the Nox . And they stayed in hidding wih the Nox to protect them selfs tell it was time for a need of there help .


If some of them were still alive I’d like to see a more evil Tollan story line that goes something like this: One of the evacuation space crafts survived from the Tanith attacks on Tollana, and out of the 50 Tollan that survived only the Chief security officer to the Curia knows the actual truth that occurred on that tragic day. The former officer is now the leader of the “Tollan warriors”, as they call themselves now, and although he knows the truth about SG-1’s involvement and the Travell-Tanith alliance he is still blinded by hate, and fear of what the others might do to him for not being truthful with them if they ever found out. Now living on an abandon planet which was once ruled over by a minor Goa’uld; the Tollan have been waiting in the shadows to take revenge out on an unsuspecting SG-1 and the Tauri. In their eyes SG-1 played a major part in helping destroy their civilization because to them the Tauri’s war with the Goa’uld ultimately brought the Goa’uld to the doorstep of Tollana and with Tanith dead, and Anubis gone that only leaves SG-1 and the Tauri to take the blame. They have gathered a significant amount of Intel on SGC operations and been training and gather resources from various places to build an arsenal in order to eliminate the destroyers of their world…SG-1 and the Tauri.

Plot twist:
SG-1 learns that the Chef security officer/leader of the Tollan has been brain washed to become a sort of Za'tarc by a Goa’uld spy that has been in the mist of the Tollan survivors ever since the events of the episode Between Two Fires took place. The Goa’uld’s plan is to make sure that SG-1 and the Tauri are taken care of once and for all and to also gain all the secrets of Tollan technology in order to build its new Goa’uld Empire.

This is just a scenario that I would like to see play out if they did bring the Tollan back.;)

The Prophet
April 9th, 2006, 07:21 AM
If some of them were still alive I’d like to see a more evil Tollan story line that goes something like this: One of the evacuation space crafts survived from the Tanith attacks on Tollana, and out of the 50 Tollan that survived only the Chief security officer to the Curia knows the actual truth that occurred on that tragic day. The former officer is now the leader of the “Tollan warriors”, as they call themselves now, and although he knows the truth about SG-1’s involvement and the Travell-Tanith alliance he is still blinded by hate, and fear of what the others might do to him for not being truthful with them if they ever found out. Now living on an abandon planet which was once ruled over by a minor Goa’uld; the Tollan have been waiting in the shadows to take revenge out on an unsuspecting SG-1 and the Tauri. In their eyes SG-1 played a major part in helping destroy their civilization because to them the Tauri’s war with the Goa’uld ultimately brought the Goa’uld to the doorstep of Tollana and with Tanith dead, and Anubis gone that only leaves SG-1 and the Tauri to take the blame. They have gathered a significant amount of Intel on SGC operations and been training and gather resources from various places to build an arsenal in order to eliminate the destroyers of their world…SG-1 and the Tauri.

Plot twist:
SG-1 learns that the Chef security officer/leader of the Tollan has been brain washed to become a sort of Za'tarc by a Goa’uld spy that has been in the mist of the Tollan survivors ever since the events of the episode Between Two Fires took place. The Goa’uld’s plan is to make sure that SG-1 and the Tauri are taken care of once and for all and to also gain all the secrets of Tollan technology in order to build its new Goa’uld Empire.

This is just a scenario that I would like to see play out if they did bring the Tollan back.;)


It seems a little too Genii-ish, I like the idea of the Genii, but I'd want to keep the Genii in Atlantis.

Other than that, it's quite good. With the revistitng of the Goa'uld (which I'm hoping TPTB will do soon, but not just with Ba'al, come on! There's got to be some Goa'uld survivors! Not just Ba'al! And the revisiting of the Za'tarc which TPTB have forgotton... minus the appearance of Anubis Jnr, with the Lie Detector.

shadowofthemoon
April 9th, 2006, 07:22 AM
I would like it to see the Tollan again. I can´t believe that all of them were killed by the attack. I think it´s very possible that some of them escaped or weren´t on the Tollan homeworld when the Goa´uld attacked it.

TechnoBoY
April 9th, 2006, 11:56 AM
Tollan were from the old writing team. New writing team probably dont want them.

PG15
April 9th, 2006, 01:41 PM
What are you talking about? The old writers are pretty much the same as the "new" writers.

Wright
Cooper
Mallozzi
Mullie
Kindler

etc.

override367
April 11th, 2006, 12:00 PM
Well we know the Tolan got tritium from places other than their own planet, so at the very least there's possibility of a small tolan outpost somewhere.


Ahh to think how much more effective missiles would be against an Ori vessel if they had phase-shifters attached to them :)

Aither
April 12th, 2006, 04:10 AM
I don't think the Tollans could help us against the ori. They couldn't defend theirselves against Anubis, so why on earth should they have the power to defeat the ori? Preconditioned they are alive! We don't know.
Hint: their new weapon.

Jedi_Master_Bra'tac
April 12th, 2006, 04:47 AM
I don't get why they didn't use the bombs that they were gonna use against us against anubis. I just watched pretense and the goa'uld could defeat them even if the ion canons coould penetrate them

Prior_of_the_Ori
April 12th, 2006, 06:35 AM
I don't think they survived but anything is possible i suppose. And reason why i am not sure about gate travel is they would have done that instead of going by ships which were shot down i think and this might be because the Goa'uld did the infamous tactic of dialing in to prevent escape...possible though assumption.

sampler40
April 14th, 2006, 04:02 AM
Indeed!:D Personally though, I still hold on to some hope that at least a few of them survived the Goa'uld attack on their world. And hopefully, Narim was among that few.
Of course Narim survived. Not only did he send the SGC the message while/after Anubis attacked, he got back to earth, hooked up with Dr Weir and then dumped her after she left for SGA!

Lets assume they cant recast a recast actor ?

Cheers

Primus Commander Woden
April 24th, 2006, 06:46 AM
yeah same, i mean i was shocked when i saw him playing Simon, in Atlantis but i really want them to bring back Narim i think he could be a big help to SG1's fight against the Ori

AdamRLeggett
April 24th, 2006, 12:09 PM
Don't know why this didn't occur to me before - but it seems likely that the tollan 'could have' phase shifted their escape ships. I know the episode implied they didn't because they were being shot down - as per the 'radio' message - but it sure seems possible - maybe some of the ships got away.

nemisis
May 5th, 2006, 08:21 AM
Don't know why this didn't occur to me before - but it seems likely that the tollan 'could have' phase shifted their escape ships. I know the episode implied they didn't because they were being shot down - as per the 'radio' message - but it sure seems possible - maybe some of the ships got away.


ow yer they have that cool technology dont they.

IcyNeko
May 5th, 2006, 09:46 AM
Don't know why this didn't occur to me before - but it seems likely that the tollan 'could have' phase shifted their escape ships. I know the episode implied they didn't because they were being shot down - as per the 'radio' message - but it sure seems possible - maybe some of the ships got away.
Maybe, but not likely.

Even if they did, they want to keep their presence as low profile as possible. But if Narim survived, you'd think that Narim would come directly to a SG controlled planet (alpha or Earth) and have us help him out, right? :)

RepliHawk
May 5th, 2006, 11:39 AM
I sure hope they return one day.and help us defend against the ori.Thats not if the tollan people are completly destroyed.

the fifth man
May 5th, 2006, 08:45 PM
I sure hope they return one day.and help us defend against the ori.Thats not if the tollan people are completly destroyed.

As I've said before, I truly believe at least some survived. Hopefully TPTB will revisit this one day.

npattis
May 5th, 2006, 09:42 PM
If they are still alive giving the Tauri their tech and showing them how to make better tech would probably be about the smartest thing they could do because at least the SGC would put it to better use than they apparently did. They could provide us with phase shifting tech., weapons jamming tech., and long rang communication tech. (to communicate with PG easier) they could even show us how to build SG's. I could just imagine a Daedalus class ship that had a built in stargate, phase shifting bombs, and send out a jamming signal to stop opposing ships from arming weapons and maybe even sheilds. Man that would be one kick a** ship!

Nice idea...but unfornately the show would probably end with us kicking everyone's ass.:)

Betelgeuze
May 7th, 2006, 02:40 AM
It would be nice to see the Tollan again, especially since they now no longer have a reason not to share technology with Earth, since Earth now has Atlantis. Perhaps some Tollan scientists can help Earth scientists to understand Ancient technology.

Also the Tollan Ion cannons and fase shift technology may not be usefull against the Ori, but they may be effective against the Wraith.

Redmen
May 7th, 2006, 03:13 AM
Yeah it would be nice to see them again and the Serrakin too (the Celtic aliens)

Primus Commander Woden
May 7th, 2006, 04:00 AM
yeah would be great to see the Tollan again, woudl make sense that they have been lying low for the last few years tryign to rebuild but when the Ori come they realise they need Earth's help, Narim comes to Earth and they form an alliance!!!!

it possible, and i hope it happens hehe

Flygirl
May 7th, 2006, 04:14 AM
Narim comes to Earth and they form an alliance!!!!

it possible, and i hope it happens hehe
Not to mention a sparkle in Carters not-so-successful love life:samanime51:

Primus Commander Woden
May 7th, 2006, 06:05 AM
lol yes, and what will probably happen is her and Narim will start something, and Jack (who will obviously be in season 11 because he misses it so much lol) while start to make her question her attraction to Narim, by making her realise she likes him, then she ends it with Narim goes to Jack who says no Carter we cant, its the airforce!!!!!!!

Whoever made that rule was an idiot and clearly was unattractive and spiteful lol

nemisis
May 8th, 2006, 01:50 AM
Whoever made that rule was an idiot and clearly was unattractive and spiteful lol

hehe

mburrows
May 8th, 2006, 05:35 PM
i didnt read the whole thread, this might've been said...




prior comes threw tollana gate, revives all tolans...tolans workship ori. etc etc etc....the ori battleships, imo, look talonish now that i think bout it