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Zues
September 8th, 2005, 01:20 AM
I was just lookin through the omnipedia and all the ships, and there are somethings missing.

In season 7 episode 13 "Grace"
Promethious is attacked by a vessel of unknown origin. Could you put like a vessel class "Unknown" or something like that?

In season 8 episodes 1+2 "New Order"
Teal'c Refers to the vessel him and Thor are traveling in as "The Daniel Jackson" Now correct me if I'm wrong, but in that episodes it shows schematics of the ship looking an awefully like an asguard research vessel.

Oh and one more thing, "the O'Neill"(model) is actually a newer version of an Asguard mothership. The Balliskner was an out of date ship that was used in earlier seasons of Stargate SG-1. In Season 5 episode 22 "Revelations" at the end of the episode when Anubis's Ha'tak class ship is attacking the Tel'tak, 3 Asguard motherships (carters words) drop out of hyperspace. Now correct me if I'm wrong, but those ships look VERY simliar to season 4 episode 1 "Small Victories" "The O'Neill" that gets blown up.

Anyhow I was just making a few observations while watching some previous episodes. I want to hear some comments please if you think I'm wrong.

Qasim
September 8th, 2005, 01:26 AM
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Zues
September 8th, 2005, 01:27 AM
Was just curious that's all.

NotANumber
September 8th, 2005, 03:04 AM
Oh and one more thing, "the O'Neill"(model) is actually a newer version of an Asguard mothership. The Balliskner was an out of date ship that was used in earlier seasons of Stargate SG-1. In Season 5 episode 22 "Revelations" at the end of the episode when Anubis's Ha'tak class ship is attacking the Tel'tak, 3 Asguard motherships (carters words) drop out of hyperspace. Now correct me if I'm wrong, but those ships look VERY simliar to season 4 episode 1 "Small Victories" "The O'Neill" that gets blown up.There was almost two years between Small Victories and Revelations. It's possible that the Asgard built more ships like the O'Neill in that space of time. And considering the importance of the Asgard outpost it's understandable that they would send those ships to stop Anubis' forces and prevent their research from being lost.