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Ehecatl
October 11th, 2007, 07:38 PM
Could the enemy in Reunion be Michael's improved Iratus Bug/Wraith creature that we saw in "Vengeance"?

Or do you think that it could be the Asurans?

Mitchell82
October 11th, 2007, 07:54 PM
Could the enemy in Reunion be Michael's improved Iratus Bug/Wraith creature that we saw in "Vengeance"?

Or do you think that it could be the Asurans?
I think the first is more plausible.

AutumnDream
October 11th, 2007, 08:16 PM
Ugh... no more cheesy alien remakes please.

Alipeeps
October 12th, 2007, 01:42 AM
It's neither of those. It's not someone we've specifically seen before but it has to do with something we've seen mentioned before but about which we don't really know much...

MechaThor
October 12th, 2007, 02:12 AM
Ugh... no more cheesy alien remakes please.

NO! Lets! They are only chessy if they are made and filmed bad. I am all for the Iratus bug mutants, they were cool. And sci fi alien monsters are cool.

However i recon the unexpected enemy will be Ronons sadetan friends or Ronon himself!

IcarusAbides
October 12th, 2007, 03:58 AM
It's neither of those. It's not someone we've specifically seen before but it has to do with something we've seen mentioned before but about which we don't really know much...

shame i wanted it to be ford

Alipeeps
October 12th, 2007, 04:05 AM
shame i wanted it to be ford

Ford's not gonna be in Season 4, Joe Mallozzi has confirmed this.

prion
October 12th, 2007, 05:02 AM
Ford's not gonna be in Season 4, Joe Mallozzi has confirmed this.

I don't think we'll EVER see Ford again. Out of sight, out of mind *cough*

rarocks24
October 12th, 2007, 05:05 AM
It's neither of those. It's not someone we've specifically seen before but it has to do with something we've seen mentioned before but about which we don't really know much...

The infamous Wraith birthing scene? :P

Not sure, I'll have to wait and see the episode in order to make a judgement as to who this enemy is.

FallenAngelII
October 12th, 2007, 05:31 AM
A Wraith of any kind would be quite "unexpected" at this point, what with them not being featured in a major way for the past, oh, year (they were pretty much absent as a species from season 3) and all and with the Asurans hot on their trail.

I want Teer (about-to-Ascend-slut from "Epiphany") to come back as an enemy. That'd be fun and unexpected. Or Chaya gone mad from loneliness. Or possibly Mara (total-slut-princess from "The Tower"). Either one (or two or all three) would work as we'd finally see them blasted into oblivion or whatever.

rarocks24
October 12th, 2007, 06:17 AM
A Wraith of any kind would be quite "unexpected" at this point, what with them not being featured in a major way for the past, oh, year (they were pretty much absent as a species from season 3) and all and with the Asurans hot on their trail.

I want Teer (about-to-Ascend-slut from "Epiphany") to come back as an enemy. That'd be fun and unexpected. Or Chaya gone mad from loneliness. Or possibly Mara (total-slut-princess from "The Tower"). Either one (or two or all three) would work as we'd finally see them blasted into oblivion or whatever.

Given that they're raiding a Wraith base, I somehow doubt that they'd be "unexpected". :rolleyes:

SG13-NightOps
October 12th, 2007, 06:22 AM
I thought it was worked out from the poem that its High probability of actual spoiler in here
Satedans? Ronan found a bunch of Satedans and they turn out to be Wraith worshippers

FallenAngelII
October 12th, 2007, 06:56 AM
Given that they're raiding a Wraith base, I somehow doubt that they'd be "unexpected". :rolleyes:
Atlantis is raiding Wraith bases since when now? They haven't actively (by choice) engaged the Wraith for over a year.

The Wraith are also being wiped out by the Asurans as we speak. Not to mention the fact that the Wraith think we're dead and we're not even back on our own planet anymore.

rarocks24
October 12th, 2007, 07:48 AM
Atlantis is raiding Wraith bases since when now? They haven't actively (by choice) engaged the Wraith for over a year.

The Wraith are also being wiped out by the Asurans as we speak. Not to mention the fact that the Wraith think we're dead and we're not even back on our own planet anymore.

A group of Ronon's people enlist the team's help in raiding a Wraith weapons facility, where they find themselves in the middle of a growing conflict with an enemy they never expected.

FallenAngelII
October 12th, 2007, 11:54 AM
A group of Ronon's people enlist the team's help in raiding a Wraith weapons facility, where they find themselves in the middle of a growing conflict with an enemy they never expected.
Aah. Ok now.

Then I have no idea. Because apparently we haven't met said enemy before o_O.

Ltcolshepjumper
October 12th, 2007, 05:48 PM
It's neither of those. It's not someone we've specifically seen before but it has to do with something we've seen mentioned before but about which we don't really know much...

well, growing conflict seems to imply that these people, that we've seen before, probably on more than one occasion, have already been somewhat opposed to the Wraith.

KoshNaranek
October 12th, 2007, 06:30 PM
bringing back the goa'uld would be awesome, i.e. while colonel caldwell was possessed by a goa'uld, he beamed a tank full of symbiotes to a pegasus planet's surface and they slugged their way into some hosts...

Phenix
October 12th, 2007, 06:39 PM
I want Teer (about-to-Ascend-slut from "Epiphany") to come back as an enemy. That'd be fun and unexpected. Or Chaya gone mad from loneliness. Or possibly Mara (total-slut-princess from "The Tower"). Either one (or two or all three) would work as we'd finally see them blasted into oblivion or whatever.

Could you be any more insulting towards female characters?

Ltcolshepjumper
October 12th, 2007, 06:42 PM
mara was the only one I had a problem with, definitely too promiscuous, but definitely not that. And Teer- not bad, but really jsut a copy of Chaya. chaya, IMO, was a pretty good character. Could have been more developed during the episode.

Phenix
October 12th, 2007, 06:43 PM
bringing back the goa'uld would be awesome, i.e. while colonel caldwell was possessed by a goa'uld, he beamed a tank full of symbiotes to a pegasus planet's surface and they slugged their way into some hosts...

The goa'uld are hopeless with out the Jaffa and well I don't think they are going to make a planet of Jaffa overnight. They first have to indoctrinate them then well get all the equipment for ships etc... Its not a bad idea just unrealistic even for Stargate writers.

So far in 3 galaxies there primarily humans w/ a few scattered aliens.

WingedPegasus
October 12th, 2007, 08:31 PM
Could you be any more insulting towards female characters?

Actually, I agree with him on those characters. They were pretty awful, IMO.

FallenAngelII
October 13th, 2007, 06:17 AM
Could you be any more insulting towards female characters?
I insult indiscriminately. I insult male characters just the same. I've called John a slut many times.

It doesn't matter if they're women. I view stupid people as stupid regardless or gender.

MechaThor
October 15th, 2007, 09:59 AM
NO! Lets! They are only chessy if they are made and filmed bad. I am all for the Iratus bug mutants, they were cool. And sci fi alien monsters are cool.

However i recon the unexpected enemy will be Ronons sadetan friends or Ronon himself!


YEAH I WAS RIGHT! BOO YEAH!

Take that everyone who said it would be the replicators! I mean yes one was in the episode and that was unexspected! However it was not an enemy (kinda) as it never actully harmed anyone (apart from them wraith).

...Anyways a Gd Episode with an intresting fact that about the wraiths views on the replicators and there understanding of them!