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metabog
March 18th, 2006, 09:04 AM
I'm not expeting the writers to read any of this, so that's not why I'm proposing this, but for fun. Write summaries of plots you imagine for season 3.

I'm thinking of an episode where they run into a natural wormhole (they just find the anomaly in space, without being generated by a stargate). The episode should explain why we need to be decomposed molecule by molecule before being sent through the stargate (the natural wormhole should be very unstable). Still, something should come through it that really freaks people out.

If a stargate's wormhole *looks* like a wall of water, this shoud look like a formless mass of water-like liquid floating in space (or something else, but similar to the stargate's appearance).

Jonzey
March 18th, 2006, 09:21 AM
I discussed this with some dude in the Camelot thread, but it could be an Atlantis ep or an SG1 ep:

The team arrive on a planet to find a gothic style village which is overlooked by a creepy castle at the top of a rocky hill. This castle is inhabited by a powerful wraith who has armed himself with an array of ancient technology, and he travels down to the village during the night to feed on the locals. The people of the village are tormented and terrorised by him and when the team arrives, they have to find a way past the ancient defences of his castle to eliminate him.

The wraith decided to live there in isolation, keeping the people on this planet as his own personal food source. Also he may or may not enjoy feeding on humans with his teeth- I havn't decided yet. And he may or may not be called Dracula- although there could always be a line from Shep or McKay or someone calling him that.

Of course, it could also occur in some remote region of Earth in SG-1- or else the myth could have been brought back to Earth by the ancients.

Ludofjn
March 18th, 2006, 09:24 AM
atlantis need a living ancient NOW

Kirath
March 19th, 2006, 06:18 AM
how about a time travel ep where the Atlantis teamgoes back in time to the Wraith/Atlantean war. They have the oppurtunity to change the way the war turned out and either the plan doesn't work or they change it in a unexpected way. For example it changes earth history such that the earth gets destroyed by the goauld or the wraith made it to the milky way 1000's of years ago and they are culling both galaxies. Or where a team from the future comes threw the gate. The ep partly is from their point of view. In their future the conflicts with the Wraith/Ori are either over or we have been fighting them for years. Either they have come back intentionally to change the future for the better or their arrival was a accident and they things in their future are so good that they don't want to risk doing anything that could damage the timline.

Jumper One
March 19th, 2006, 07:41 AM
atlantis need a living ancient NOW

I agree, they really need one. :)

The Prophet
March 19th, 2006, 07:57 AM
They find an entire city of Wraith, trying to ascend to "feast" upon the Ascended Lantiens. They have a perfect Utopian Society, living as equals with Humans, defending them against other Wraith & giving them the Health Benefits of Wraith Enzyme, but without the Ford Crazystyle freaking out & the addiction. They live without disease, unnatural death, fear, starvation or war.

The Wraith Survive without feeding upon the Humans they live with by Fasting & meditating, thinking that when they ascend, they're ultimate gift will be feasting upon the ascended, they remain Chaste. They only feed once per year on GM "Biomass," Artificially made food, that allows the Wraith to feed.

The Atlantis Team is contacted by an Ascended Lantien, asking them to destroy these Wraith for them, as they cannot interfer. So SGA is faced with a moral dilema:

Kill the Wraith to stop the Lantiens dying, but destroy the human's Utopian life.

Don't kill the Wraith, but allow them to find ascension & kill the Lantiens, but allow the Humans to live in Utopia.

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Another version I see, is that a corrupt, suicidal ancient, or a Prior is teaching the Wrath Ascension, making them pawns to get rid of there enemy. SGA must stop this. A little less deeper than the first, but a chance for a possible cross-over with SG1.

siXbrownSnakes2
March 19th, 2006, 08:17 AM
how about a time travel ep where the Atlantis teamgoes back in time to the Wraith/Atlantean war. They have the oppurtunity to change the way the war turned out and either the plan doesn't work or they change it in a unexpected way. For example it changes earth history such that the earth gets destroyed by the goauld or the wraith made it to the milky way 1000's of years ago and they are culling both galaxies. Or where a team from the future comes threw the gate. The ep partly is from their point of view. In their future the conflicts with the Wraith/Ori are either over or we have been fighting them for years. Either they have come back intentionally to change the future for the better or their arrival was a accident and they things in their future are so good that they don't want to risk doing anything that could damage the timline.
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More than one moebius = bad. As much as I'd like to see that fight (and waste the entire season's VFX budget), there's no real easy way to make it into a new and original episode.

I've had a few ideas based on stuff that I want to see in S3. Right now the Wraith don't seem like a powerful, tough and interesting enemy. We learn in "Allies" that their technology is organic and it doesn't work like it used to.

How about it start working correctly? How about the Wraith start making technological advancements and build a sort of 'super-hive', much like a flag ship, which the Ancient weapons we have CAN'T destroy. I don't know, but something to make the wraith a halfway interesting enemy. The Ori right now (after Camelot) are way more appealing to me. They can't destroy their ships, which creates a general arc for the season. And it gives us a reason to be afraid of them. The wraith right now don't seem so scary.

I'd also like to see an episode where they go underwater and explore what's in the ocean. The battle was fought on Lantea for many years, SOMETHING must have been destroyed and sunk into the ocean. It may have been screwed pretty bad over 10,000 years, but who knows?

Major_Griff
March 19th, 2006, 10:16 AM
I think there should be a story, a two parter perhaps, where Super Ford returns to Atlantis and tries to assimilate back into normalcy. He tells them that he's off the enzyme and trying to return to the way he was, maybe go back to Earth once he's completely back to normal. Soon they find out that he's been sneaking doses of the enzyme. Somehow he smuggled it into the city without them finding it. Then he escapes their capture and manages to dial the gate to a random adress in the Milky Way. This lead to some kind of crossover where SG-1 and Sheppard's team search for Ford together and eventually capture him and take whatever supply of enzyme he had on him. Then once he is back to normal he goes to see his cousin and grandparents.

McSwift
March 19th, 2006, 01:32 PM
Heres a few episode ideas:

Episode Name: Recursion
- Episode deals with how the Iratis bug evolved into the wraith
- Weaknesses in wraith technology and history of the wraith
- Relationship between the wraith and the ancients, how were they created
and is the wraith in some way linked to the ancients.
- Could also be a "Michael" episode where we explore him further.

Episode Name: Lineage
- Exploring the asgard further. The asgard must have descendents before them. We know that the Asgard looked very much like the humans a long time ago, however their brains could hold more info.
- The ancients was the first evolution of the humans, so the furlings can be some how related to the asgard in terms of family.
- Maybe finding some sort of hidden link in the PG about the cloning problem with the asgard.

Episode Name: Enclosure
- Exploring Teyla's connection to the wraith further.
- Maybe the reason why she is limited with her wraith ability is because shes holding it back, afraid that she would become like a wraith in terms of aggresion and such. Maybe Teyla would be the key to save Ford.



Thoughts everyone?

thenimf
March 19th, 2006, 03:01 PM
They travel back to the 60's!!

Don't really see a practical reason... I just wanna see McKay in tights and Ronan with an afro.

somethinghuman
March 19th, 2006, 07:59 PM
atlantis need a living ancient NOW

RIGHT ON!!! Surely there are some who dídn't die horribly or become prissy, annoying, glow in the dark Sheppard worshippers???!!!! :confused:

somethinghuman
March 19th, 2006, 08:07 PM
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT. I all for action, adventure and tech, but it would be great to learn more about the title characters and the city they are living in. :sheppard: :ronan: :teyla: :ford: :mckay: :weir: :beckett:
ATLANTIS BASED EPISODES
They keep telling us how big it is and how "cool"the ancients were, but were yet to learn much about the city. C'mon it can be all the same corridor decorated and shot in differing ways to look like many. There has got to be more creepy and dangerous ancient thingys hidden away in there.

Lone Wolf
March 20th, 2006, 12:35 AM
Episode title: City of Darkness

When a member of the expedition commits suicide, dr. Weir fears that the overwhelming stress they have been living under for two years has finally started to show. She has dr. Heightmeyer have a talk with each member of the expedition.
Meanwhile, though, Sheppard has reason to believe that there is more behind his collegues supposed suicide so he and Weir start to investigate.

- I think it could be a nice episode, combing a good-old detective/murder plot (which we rarely get to see in a sci-fi show) with scenes of doctor Heightmeyer talking to Teyla, Ronon, Rodney, Beckett and Zelenka.

- It would be a nice way to explore the effect that the huge stress these people have been living under had on them and not just pretend that you could go through what thei`re going and not feel a thing.

- Another nice move would be having Weir refuse to be psychoanalized herself and Sheppard trying to talk her into it. It would bring up Weir`s leadership issues as well as the pills she`s been taking.

somethinghuman
March 20th, 2006, 01:24 AM
Episode title: City of Darkness

When a member of the expedition commits suicide, dr. Weir fears that the overwhelming stress they have been living under for two years has finally started to show. She has dr. Heightmeyer have a talk with each member of the expedition.
Meanwhile, though, Sheppard has reason to believe that there is more behind his collegues supposed suicide so he and Weir start to investigate.

- I think it could be a nice episode, combing a good-old detective/murder plot (which we rarely get to see in a sci-fi show) with scenes of doctor Heightmeyer talking to Teyla, Ronon, Rodney, Beckett and Zelenka.

- It would be a nice way to explore the effect that the huge stress these people have been living under had on them and not just pretend that you could go through what thei`re going and not feel a thing.

- Another nice move would be having Weir refuse to be psychoanalized herself and Sheppard trying to talk her into it. It would bring up Weir`s leadership issues as well as the pills she`s been taking.

Ok this is the best one I have heard for a while!!! Truly awesome idea!!!

Merlin1701
March 20th, 2006, 03:36 AM
For a time travel story off the top of my head...The Orion has been fixed up and sheps heading to the genii home world to help with construction of a new city on the surface. (their taking the Orion as it can carry loads of building materials and it’s a great show of force) in hyperspace the ship intersects an open gate stream or something; this sends the vessel back to the Atlantean war. As they jump out of hyperspace they receive a distress call from three vessels; cargo vessels returning to Atlantis.
Shep saves them by destroying the hive ship and its escorts. We see that the Orion has been out fitted with F-302s.
This episode gives a chance to see other ancient warships, different warships. In response to their help the lost atlanteans, those that can’t get back to Atlantis, give shep the co-ordinates of a few ancient outposts that have been hidden since the war broke out. A vessel research facility hidden within a moon and they promise to make preparations for Earth and Atlantis when they get back to earth. Setting down their ships on a planet to gate back to earth by jumping from one world to another. shep uses the

- this could give us the chance of anything really:
ships
jumpers
drones
fighters
new outposts, cities
new tech
etc

your thoughts....

Merlin1701
March 20th, 2006, 03:46 AM
Another idea
The Orion is on a shakedown cruise when the ships systems begin to detect a vessel…its Asgard. The ship is an Asgard ancestor vessel, floating in space hidden by an asteroid field; the Asgard inside are in suspension. The vessel is like no Asgard vessel seen before, we learn that the Asgard ability to think like us was not so difficult in their previous form; their ship is armed to the teeth.
The dilemma: Should the vessel be turned over to the Asgard or sent to earth for research?

Lone Wolf
March 20th, 2006, 05:46 AM
Ok this is the best one I have heard for a while!!! Truly awesome idea!!!

Thank you:)

I`m always FOR character development because it brings much needed realism to a genre which lacks it by its very nature.

McSwift
March 20th, 2006, 06:21 AM
Episode title: City of Darkness

When a member of the expedition commits suicide, dr. Weir fears that the overwhelming stress they have been living under for two years has finally started to show. She has dr. Heightmeyer have a talk with each member of the expedition.
Meanwhile, though, Sheppard has reason to believe that there is more behind his collegues supposed suicide so he and Weir start to investigate.

- I think it could be a nice episode, combing a good-old detective/murder plot (which we rarely get to see in a sci-fi show) with scenes of doctor Heightmeyer talking to Teyla, Ronon, Rodney, Beckett and Zelenka.

- It would be a nice way to explore the effect that the huge stress these people have been living under had on them and not just pretend that you could go through what thei`re going and not feel a thing.

- Another nice move would be having Weir refuse to be psychoanalized herself and Sheppard trying to talk her into it. It would bring up Weir`s leadership issues as well as the pills she`s been taking.

I like this idea because Weir seemed like she was always ok about people dying or whatever. She really didn't show much feelings. For instance when Sheppard might die because he was turning into a wraith, she didn't really say much in terms of feelings.

Good idea there :)

McSwift
March 20th, 2006, 06:24 AM
Oh yeah. We need another Goa'uld episode for SGA.

Maybe something with Kavinough (sp?) and him not being a goa'uld and getting his life sucked away by the wraith!

APPLAUSE!!! :D

metabog
March 20th, 2006, 07:34 AM
Episode title: City of Darkness

When a member of the expedition commits suicide, dr. Weir fears that the overwhelming stress they have been living under for two years has finally started to show. She has dr. Heightmeyer have a talk with each member of the expedition.
Meanwhile, though, Sheppard has reason to believe that there is more behind his collegues supposed suicide so he and Weir start to investigate.

- I think it could be a nice episode, combing a good-old detective/murder plot (which we rarely get to see in a sci-fi show) with scenes of doctor Heightmeyer talking to Teyla, Ronon, Rodney, Beckett and Zelenka.

- It would be a nice way to explore the effect that the huge stress these people have been living under had on them and not just pretend that you could go through what thei`re going and not feel a thing.

- Another nice move would be having Weir refuse to be psychoanalized herself and Sheppard trying to talk her into it. It would bring up Weir`s leadership issues as well as the pills she`s been taking.

Wow this sounds like a good epsiode to me. I'd like to see it ;)

All hail the USAF
March 20th, 2006, 08:57 AM
This idea has been in my head for awhile and I'm not sure it's a great idea but...

The USN is starting to get more involved the Stargate Program and part of that is water-bound ships being build in Atlantis (it's only logical to think the Ancents had docking ports for water-bound ships being that their on a would that is mostly water) and the ep could follow a ship exploring the seas around Atlantis or maybe even a Sub and they have a nasty run in with the uber-whale or maybe some other sea meanie

It could be a great way to introduce ner characters AND a great excuse to finally get the Navy involved and explore Atlantia more

metabog
March 20th, 2006, 10:34 AM
Here's my ideea for a special episode, maybe 200t... sg-1 ideea though.

SG-1 team is somehow shifted to a paralel universe (quantum mirror style). In this universe, there is no SGC and no Atlantis, but it's members are still there. :D they are actors in a show called Stargate SG-1, which is about SG-1 (duh). Sounds familiar ? :-) Something could develop from here, but imagine what they would say to each other... or it could be the other way a round, a member of this alteranate SG-1 "cast" could somehow arrive at the SGC in the... let's say normal universe.

generaloneill
March 20th, 2006, 01:10 PM
I discussed this with some dude in the Camelot thread, but it could be an Atlantis ep or an SG1 ep:

The team arrive on a planet to find a gothic style village which is overlooked by a creepy castle at the top of a rocky hill. This castle is inhabited by a powerful wraith who has armed himself with an array of ancient technology, and he travels down to the village during the night to feed on the locals. The people of the village are tormented and terrorised by him and when the team arrives, they have to find a way past the ancient defences of his castle to eliminate him.

The wraith decided to live there in isolation, keeping the people on this planet as his own personal food source. Also he may or may not enjoy feeding on humans with his teeth- I havn't decided yet. And he may or may not be called Dracula- although there could always be a line from Shep or McKay or someone calling him that.

Of course, it could also occur in some remote region of Earth in SG-1- or else the myth could have been brought back to Earth by the ancients.

sounds like an amalgamation of 2 stargate atlantis episodes to me instinct and the tower these 2 episodes have similar plots as shown in your episode idea.:weir:

Lord Dannos
March 20th, 2006, 02:43 PM
I've said this before in another thread a long time ago, but I always wanted to see an episode entitled 'The Lone Norseman'. Either set on the Daedalus, or Atlantis itself, something incapacitates everyone except Hermiod, and knocks out power. Perhaps an alien scouting party, determined to find out about these humans from another galaxy, and their technology. Either way, Hermiod is left on his own, without access to all the advanced technology he is used to, and ultimately has to become a bit more 'human' to rescue everyone. McKay would also have to swallow his pride and say thank you to the Asgard for saving his life too ;)

I know it'd never happen, for budget reasons, but still, how much fun would it be :)

Lone Wolf
March 21st, 2006, 12:55 AM
I've said this before in another thread a long time ago, but I always wanted to see an episode entitled 'The Lone Norseman'. Either set on the Daedalus, or Atlantis itself, something incapacitates everyone except Hermiod, and knocks out power. Perhaps an alien scouting party, determined to find out about these humans from another galaxy, and their technology. Either way, Hermiod is left on his own, without access to all the advanced technology he is used to, and ultimately has to become a bit more 'human' to rescue everyone. McKay would also have to swallow his pride and say thank you to the Asgard for saving his life too ;)

I know it'd never happen, for budget reasons, but still, how much fun would it be :)

I love the character of Hermiod, I really do (just like my Profile says ;) LOL) but there is one major problem with making an episode around him...people won`t relate to him...actually they can`t.
The thing about a character like Hermiod is that his greatest strenght is the fact that you see him very rarely...and that`s what makes his moments memorable. Were you to put him as the lead in an episode it would only
de-mysticize the character.

Federation
March 21st, 2006, 09:17 AM
I like the ideal but I honestly don't think Earth would risk losing a valuable ally like the Asgard. Basically, we would be holding Asgard citizens against their will. Citizens who could provide vaulable genetic information to offset centuries of cloning. So this action could threaten the future of the Asgard as a race and possiblly destroy our alliance. It would also prove that the Asgard where right to not truth us. We are a tech greedy civilization who will do anything without regard to the situation or consequences to other races. We wouldn't want the Asgard going to all our other allies telling them that we can't be trusted. We need the Asgard in the battle with the Ori and no weapons or tech would offset any advances gained through this action. Furthermore, we could just ask the Asgard for the weapons. Weapons that mostly likely would be less superior then their current weapons. Kill two birds with one stone.

generaloneill
March 21st, 2006, 11:14 AM
atlantis need a living ancient NOW

they have one they encountered chaya sar in season one the team wanted to negotiate with her so they could bring survivors of wraith cullings to her planet but she had been punished by the other ascended beings for interfering in a civilization less advanced than the ancients. her punishment was that she had to protect the people of that planet only she wouldn't be able to defend any refugees that the team brought to her planet so there's the proof that atlantis has a living ancient in the pegasus galaxy only that chaya is powerless to help them because of the punishment imposed on her.:sheppard:

andrelage
March 21st, 2006, 01:42 PM
they have one they encountered chaya sar in season one the team wanted to negotiate with her so they could bring survivors of wraith cullings to her planet but she had been punished by the other ascended beings for interfering in a civilization less advanced than the ancients. her punishment was that she had to protect the people of that planet only she wouldn't be able to defend any refugees that the team brought to her planet so there's the proof that atlantis has a living ancient in the pegasus galaxy only that chaya is powerless to help them because of the punishment imposed on her.:sheppard:

she wasnt living i think she was ascended

beale947
March 21st, 2006, 02:04 PM
Name: The suprise reversed

We find the wraith hive world and they are building a massive fleet and a huge ship as there command ship, and we learn this after the daedalus aproches the planet following large power readings and gets attacked my 5 wraith hive ships and lots of crusiers and darts, so they escape but a dart pilot beamed onto the daedalus and then when it gets to Atlantis it sends a message and a beacon which they decode and it says Atlantis is here attack.

They find the wraith and kill him, then we call for help and the Oddessy arrives. Then we find a wraith fleet above the planet the daedalus was attacked at and we decover they are also going to attack Atlantis my gate by sending wraith soldiers in, so we plan a suprise for them as they were going to suprise us. We attack there ground forces with soliders and we detonate a nuke on the planet to wipe the base out and then the Oddessy and the Daedalus and Orion attack the Fleet in orbit and destroy most of the crusiers and some hive ships and heavily damage the other ships, but they try to attack the massive ship but it is too powerful and the Orion gets destroyed my letting the daedalus and Oddessy to escape. And the big ship jumps to hyperspace as well.

Luckly the Location of Atlantis was never delevered to the fleet as they atacked before it was, but we learn that the big ship has been attacking the other wraith factions and is only a matter of time before it finds Atlantis and Earth, and they don't know if they will be able to destroy it.

McSwift
March 21st, 2006, 02:57 PM
Things i'm sick of:
- Time travel episode suck. I hated Mobieus I and II, it was a waste of a good season finalie
- Alternate dimensions suck. I didn't really enjoy that SG1 episode in season 9 too much either.
- The Wraith. I'm sick of hearing more storylines with them. We need that new enemy. Oh and something original too, I don't want another replicator enemy.

generaloneill
March 21st, 2006, 03:18 PM
Things i'm sick of:
- Time travel episode suck. I hated Mobieus I and II, it was a waste of a good season finalie
- Alternate dimensions suck. I didn't really enjoy that SG1 episode in season 9 too much either.
- The Wraith. I'm sick of hearing more storylines with them. We need that new enemy. Oh and something original too, I don't want another replicator enemy.

i liked moebius those 2 episodes were brilliant had plenty of drama in them
ripple effect was another excellent episode full of memorable moments
and why are you sick of hearing more storylines about the wraith the wraith are the backbone of atlantis without the wraith there is no story the wraith are the expedition's main enemy because sheppard woke them up prematurely from hibernation. the wraith are here to stay until the atlantis team manages to find a way to kill all the wraith in the pegasus galaxy. :ronan:

Federation
March 21st, 2006, 04:41 PM
I would like to see Weir practice what she preachs with regards to multiculturalism and alliance building. I'm sorry maybe its me but I see too much manifest destiny/white man's burden in her attitude for Seasons 1 & 2. It may be the intent of the writers to take her through a gradual change over time as Atlantis is forced to assert its independence from Earth for military and diplomatic reasons. Earth agrees to continue to provide one last influx of fresh troops and personnel but Atlantis is on its own in most regards. Weir issues out a constitution and bill of rights. Civilian elections are held for all remaining positions but Weir is keep at head of Atlantis or President.

The last influx of personnel contains about 3-5 Asgards, Nox, and Tok'ra representives. The Tok'ra bring a huge amount of tunnel builder crystals which they use on the mainland to creat a underground operations base. Access to the mainland and Atlantis is done by the rings. The underground base contains activity rooms, a temple, additional living quarters, a X-301 construction large and repair bay, and educational/ military training rooms for the Athosian as they become apart of the Atlantis crew. Teyla retires are civilian leader of the Athosian and become its military advisor/representative. The crippled guy takes the position as its diplomatic representative and civilian leader. Atlantis and the Athosian began to develop their own way of life together.

To end the fight with the Genii, Weir trades Tok'ra tunnel builder cystrals with them. The deal is great for both parties. The Genii can now connect there underground cities together without additional physical labor plus the rings allow them to move back and forward from underground to the surface with ease. For us, the cystrals can't be turned into weapon against us. Plus the Genii get to meet the Asgard, Nox, and Tok'ra seeing that we mean business in reuniting the galaxy.

The Asgard and Tok'ra come up with a defense against to the Wraith. Since the Wraith hyperdrive operates differently from ours. They can redirect where the hyperdrive will open at and we select the middle of a black hole for all Wraith vehicles exiting hyderdrive. The draw back is the system isn't 100% and can only operate at a limited distance. Several plants are selected to be within the protected area of the hyderdrive shielding. As many civilizations outside the shielding are evalucuated behind it. The ideal is the starve the Wraith out. All other worlds are given Tok'ra tunnel builders and told to go underground. Atlantis builds a united military with the other civilizations within the hyderdrive shielding and conduct guerrilla attacks at weak points in the Wraith fleet. Most of the Wraith are fighting for the few human left to feed on and their number decline.

GoVols
March 21st, 2006, 09:38 PM
Ok, so while exploring a planet where the Ancients had a city, the SGA team discovers historical records dating back to the pre Wraith War era. What they find is trade details about them and another less advanced race. Similar to the relation ship the Asgard have with us. This race lives in a neighboring galaxy and although considerd primitive by the Ancients at the time, they were doing interstellar trade before we evolved. So The Deadolus is sent to the Galaxy to track them down while the Orion is left to defend Atlantis.

Where it goes from hereup to further deliberation. Could possibly tie it in with the Furlings. Or could be a totally new species who is now quite advanced. At first they would appear to have little interest in us. But as they discover who we were and what had happend to their Ancient frinds, who are now considerd to be only myth and legend, their interest grows.

Jonzey
March 22nd, 2006, 09:34 AM
sounds like an amalgamation of 2 stargate atlantis episodes to me instinct and the tower these 2 episodes have similar plots as shown in your episode idea.:weir:
Yeah... but with Dracula!

knowles2
March 22nd, 2006, 10:43 AM
Here story.

twelve hive ships suddenly appear over atlantis. Apparently they have manage to reverse enigneer the ancients cloaking system and have equip their hives with the system. They start bombarding the planet at radom location trying to locate atlantis and they do , luckily enough we manage to bring up the shields. Unfortantly atlantis can only hold out for two weeks and its get wors the origon and doug and virtuelly the entire asguard fleet are preparing for a final battle against the ori, our last hope for victory and cannot not come to our aid. Atlantis cannot even evacuate to a other planet as the wraith are repeatley dialling the gate. Cut of from all hope. Also sheperd and mackay are on the main land with the anthosians they are attack by the wraith but this time they are different they are not stopping to feed they are just killing any one that stands in their way. fortantly the anthosians equip with our weapons are holding their own with in some tunnels unfortantly they can not last long. Then suddenly we switch back to atlantis and they a view screen on with hive vessels. Suddely a vessel appear, unlike anything we have seen before. They fire a single shot which completly destroy the a hive ship. The other hives open fire on the vessel with no effect , infact the vessel just stays their and takes hundreds of hits with not effect at all. Then suddenly it fires again and completly destroy the entire fleet, with just one shot. Then we see the vessel suddenly turn on atlantis and they open up a communications with them. all we is a black mist and we here a single voice, surrender or die. Then the episode ends with TO BE CONTINUE

_WraithQueen_
March 22nd, 2006, 11:48 AM
They travel back to the 60's!!

Don't really see a practical reason... I just wanna see McKay in tights and Ronan with an afro.

haha! McKay in tights would be awsome! but if they travelled back to the sixties would they not end up on atlantis in the sixties, which would suck as it would still be underwater and there would be no tights for McKay to wear.

finalphoenix
March 26th, 2006, 08:27 AM
sticking with your time travel theme sheppard and co could go back in time to the wraith/atlantean war to gain info on how to beat them in the present and when they're back there they realise they cant intervene in the timeline so they decide to go back but before they do Mc Kay breaks the code on a video feed that was recorded and encrypted during the war that they brought from the present(confused yet sorry)and it states that four unknown travellers tipped the balance of power to the wraith by inadvertantly giving away an atlantean bases position.Something like that anyway

metabog
March 26th, 2006, 08:43 AM
That doesen't sound so bad, but McKay should do his "dead-serious" routine, where he starts shouting :D

Merlin1701
March 26th, 2006, 11:46 PM
Building on my previous idea...

The Orion intersects an open gate stream while in hyperspace this sudden jolt in energy temporarily turns the Orion’s hyperspace generator into a temporal drive. As the vessel exits hyperspace the team don’t really notice until McKay gazes upon the stream of communications, all from other ancient ships and stations. A debate begins on what to do and the effects of time travel, a distress signal is detected coming from three transport vessels being attacked; Shep makes the command decision to help.

As the Orion exits hyperspace they are attacked by a squadron of darts. Sheppard orders the F-302’s to be launched, just as Sheppard hands command over to McKay another ‘Aurora class’ enters the battle, then another vessel appears; it looks like the Asgard’s newest vessel but more geometric in design. The squadron is destroyed and its carrier. The main screen on the Orion turns on with the faces of the commanders of each ancient vessel. As they realise that Sheppard isn’t one of them all vessels turn there weapons on him.

Sheppard explains the situation to his counter parts. They all seem suspicious but escort the team’s vessel to a hidden base used to repair vessels. There are five vessels already there; two of the smaller ships that look like the O’Neill, design, a couple of transports and a ship similar to the Orion.

The ancients learn that Sheppard and his crew are their decedents from Earth. They learn how the Wraith now dominate the PG and how a powerful race threaten the MW. One of the bases officers offers to help the team configure their sensors to detect gate tunnels and how to get home. The Orion gets a total over haul by command of this stranger who offers the spatial positions of other outposts that were detached from the gate network (hidden) in trade for information on the foe’s attacking the MW.

Your thoughts…..

Admiral Mappalazarou
March 27th, 2006, 08:09 AM
I agree, they really need one. :)

Totally.

Admiral Mappalazarou
March 27th, 2006, 08:13 AM
How about an episode of SG-1 based mainly around the caterers at the SGC; The Dinner Ladies. the main characters could be Jill, Leanne, Kasy and an Unas in an apron called 'Miss Cocktail'. When there is a foothold situation at the SGC the Dinnerladies must stage a rebellion and save the world from killer aliens.

knowles2
March 28th, 2006, 04:30 AM
And all the dinner ladies die. Who likes school dinners anyway.

Merlin1701
March 30th, 2006, 12:07 AM
I do, but the idea is unlikely and they did a similar idea in sg1 with the science geeks off world. On sci-fi meshes.com there’s a chap who’s been creating a new look battleship in a stargate style. It’s really good, perhaps the idea of a new ship is what we need; after all there is something like 60 hive ships and we have the Deadalus and the Orion that has no weapons.

Perhaps the ancients were building a new vessel without the backing of the council. Not finished it remains in a hidden shipyard so the team must send over a group of engineers to continue with its construction. The Asgard lend a hand by sending a team of its engineers to the vessel and the Deadalus is going back and forth with materials and more staff to help build it.
The wraith torture a captured expedition member in hopes of finding Earth co-ordinates, before the wraiths prisoner dies the wraith glimpses the new vessel in their mind. The clock is ticking, the Wraith know about the ship, so it needs to be ready before they find it.

A ‘B-story’ for a season brings a few Asgard into the mix, another ship and a big battle.

Perhaps the vessel need a ZPM to power some of its systems so they need these new villains and their ability to create them.


Your thoughts...

Stricken
March 30th, 2006, 02:49 AM
Things i'm sick of:
- Time travel episode suck. I hated Mobieus I and II, it was a waste of a good season finalie
- Alternate dimensions suck. I didn't really enjoy that SG1 episode in season 9 too much either.
- The Wraith. I'm sick of hearing more storylines with them. We need that new enemy. Oh and something original too, I don't want another replicator enemy.
This is about Atlantis and not SG-1, although they have already done a time travel episode of sorts - "Before I Sleep". Nor have they done Alternate Dimensions, I don't see this plot turning up in the near future on Atlantis.
The Wriath are a major part in Atlantis, they are the bad guys and we need to know about them.


One of The Baal Clones has made it to the Pegasus Galaxy and has captured Sheppard, and cloned him! Baal tourtures Sheppard, whilst the clone returns to Atlantis under orders from Baal to aqquire Ancient technology that requires the Ancient Gene to work. The rest of the team are suspicious of Sheppard, after he managed to escape and return through the Stargate unscathed. Beckett discovers something within Sheppards DNA leading them to the discovery that he is a clone.
The capture him and demand he tell them where the real Sheppard is, being the clone of Sheppard feels that he has to help his friends reveals all, and agrees to help them to free him.
Baal Clone dies, Sheppard is freed and the Sheppard Clone disappears leading to possible stories for later episodes...

lissafoss
March 30th, 2006, 02:57 AM
How about an episode from the point of view of Major Lorne.
Watching Sheppard and the others get up to all the stuff they do from the out side. Ok, this is just a reason to see more of Lorne because i like him but it could be an interesting twist.

And if we are going to do this could we have Lorne semi naked at some point!

knowles2
March 31st, 2006, 08:12 AM
About a episode where we see the entire episode shot from the point view of the ancients monituring the expedition actions and what they have been doing. This could be a rogue ancient who does not entirly toa the line with ancients but is not quite willing yet to help the expedition with atlantis. This could be turn into a long term storyline with the ancient checking up on them every now again. Also this episode could be entirly base in atlantis and we see the team working on projects and may be sheperd training the anthosians, mackay working with some new peice of technology, tyler, ronon and weir talking about a trade deal with a other people. All of this filmed through the eyes of a ancient, then of cause some thing would lead them to discover the ancient, infact a more interesting way of doing it would be not have the team finding out about the ancient and leave the audience with a mystery of what the entire episode was about for a other epidsode.

A other idea it that the douglous finds some sought of subspace anomly and is sent to a totally different galexy, then they find out that they have travel over a billion light years out, further out than the asguard have even been. The asguard do not even have any starmaps which match their location , they are so far out that according to their asguard it could take centaries to get back to a known part of space and may be longer to get home. The asguard only knows of one way of actually getting back and that is to cause a artifical supernova which could in theory to get them back but would require even them to find a star about to go nova or build a miniture stargate network to connect a stargate around a sun to a stargate near a blackhole. And then just second before the super nova hit their vessel they would jump back into hyperspace and with a lot of luck they will be able to get back to their region of space. This would send them on a miniture quest to find the resources for them to make it home. Has a dual story line the douglous could of been on some osought of emergency misson to atlantis and if they do not get their soon, atlantis could be destroyed. Also to add to their crisis the asguard have actually never built a stargate and only know in principal how to build.
This story could be told over four to five episode arch.

tommo7
April 2nd, 2006, 10:46 AM
A friend of Teyla's - Freya - visits Atlantis he has just escaped a crashed wraith dart - he was trapped in the dart's computer matrix along with a wraith - his comrade released him before being killed. Freya requests refuge on Atlantis - Weir allows this.
The first night that Freya stays Zelenka disappears - he is no where to be found on Atlantis' sensors. The next night McKay disappears - but Sheppard finds a recording left by McKay "It's a Wraith!". Sheppard looks for a wraith in Atlantis - but still nothing. The next night Weir disappears - this is when Ronon and Teyla realise that people started to disappear the same time that Freya arrived in Atlantis.
Freya is thrown in the brigg and Sheppard, Ronon and Teyla await nightfall. The unimaginable happens - Freya becomes a wraith. The wraith explains that he co-inhabits Freya's body. Sheppard recalls this happening to McKay (in DUET). Ronon forces the wraith to reveal the location of Weir, McKay and Zelenka, while Sheppard and Teyla go to the planet Freya escaped in order to retrieve the wraith dart's computer matrix.
It's daytime again, Weir, McKay and Zelenka have been found - the wraith was hoarding them. McKay puts Freya back into the matrix and seperates the two life signs. Freya is released with the wraith remaining in the matrix.
end.
Tell me what you think of this idea.

tommo7
April 2nd, 2006, 11:17 AM
The Daedalus while journeying between Pegasus and the Milky Way suddenly drops out of hyperspace. While the crew try to figure out why an entity enters the ship and takes control. Daniel realises that the crew have lost control - the entity gives the crew a message "Don't be alarmed - I just want to return to Atlantis"
The entity takes the Daedalus back to Atlantis and enters atlantis itself, Daniel meets with weir, sheppard and mckay - he explains that there is an entity in the city
Suddenly in a flash of white light Oma appears to Daniel she tells him that the entity is anubis! Oma and anubis do battle across the city and the team's job is to keep people out of harm's way, while weir and daniel do research in the library to find a way to destroy anubis.
the battle is damaging the city, weir remembers events from the episode 103 hide and seek and decides that they should try and trap anubis in the container that traps non - corporeals!
daniel tells oma of the plan - she leads anubis into the trap. the team and daniel celebrate - and oma repairs the city with a wave of her arm.

Allestian
April 2nd, 2006, 02:28 PM
My idea involves a puddlejumper coming out of a hyperspace window above Atlantis and losing control. It misses the city as it plummets down into the ocean. As the jumper hits the water it explodes. Dr Weir sends Sheppard's team down to the scene of the explosion to see if there is any survivors. When they get there they see a young man - Early 20's - in the water. He's holding onto a piece of debris, barely, and is unconcious. The jumper can't land near him because of the debris so Carson and McKay swim over to assist him. While pulling the young man towards the jumper Carson is suddenly pulled underwater. McKay takes the man back to the jumper and then swims back to where Carson vanished. He goes underwater to try and find him and notices Carson's silhouette further down. He's fine but is struggling with something. McKay investigates and notices that it is a young girl - Late teens - who can't swim to well.

They all get back to the jumper after a bit of a struggle and go back to Atlantis. Back at Atlantis Carson finds out that the two survivors are actually Ancients. They've been trapped on an abandoned Hive ship for thousands of years and were released by a strange being - Later to be seen as Ford - they've used a hyperdrive that the Wraith attempted to attach to the jumper. The malfunctions caused by the failed attachment were what caused the crash and the explosion.

After McKay and Zelenka are attacked by a Wraith while in the city suspicions arise that the two Ancients were not simply abandoned after all.

Okay, I'm going to bed now.

I hope you like it.

:D

generaloneill
April 2nd, 2006, 04:39 PM
My idea involves a puddlejumper coming out of a hyperspace window above Atlantis and losing control. It misses the city as it plummets down into the ocean. As the jumper hits the water it explodes. Dr Weir sends Sheppard's team down to the scene of the explosion to see if there is any survivors. When they get there they see a young man - Early 20's - in the water. He's holding onto a piece of debris, barely, and is unconcious. The jumper can't land near him because of the debris so Carson and McKay swim over to assist him. While pulling the young man towards the jumper Carson is suddenly pulled underwater. McKay takes the man back to the jumper and then swims back to where Carson vanished. He goes underwater to try and find him and notices Carson's silhouette further down. He's fine but is struggling with something. McKay investigates and notices that it is a young girl - Late teens - who can't swim to well.

They all get back to the jumper after a bit of a struggle and go back to Atlantis. Back at Atlantis Carson finds out that the two survivors are actually Ancients. They've been trapped on an abandoned Hive ship for thousands of years and were released by a strange being - Later to be seen as Ford - they've used a hyperdrive that the Wraith attempted to attach to the jumper. The malfunctions caused by the failed attachment were what caused the crash and the explosion.

After McKay and Zelenka are attacked by a Wraith while in the city suspicions arise that the two Ancients were not simply abandoned after all.

Okay, I'm going to bed now.

I hope you like it.

:D

i see one problem with your episode idea as far as we stargate fans know puddle jumpers cannot enter hyperspace we know this for a fact because in the episode the defiant one it took 15 hours for a puddle jumper to reach the planet sheppard said that in the episode critical mass he said how about the planet where we found the crashed wraith ship it took us 15 hours by puddle jumper it's a blink of an eye for the daedalus. there you go that's my evidence that puddle jumpers can't enter hyperspace:sheppard:

ZAMOLXE
April 3rd, 2006, 02:14 AM
i call this episode
An international team of astronomers discoveres a new class of stars--massively compressed old neutron stars that seem inactive . Using Merlin?s reasearch to kill the ascended beeings and the massive energy bursts from a inactive neutron stars , Carter forges a weapon to destroy the second wave of ORI star ships , led by a high priestess of ORI called NIMUE , but it need a gigantic amount of power to used it.SG1 search for the Xcaliber to find Gawain , the inventor, who puts up a fight against them but strangely his strength increases until noon then wanes . Mitchell finaly defeats Gawain to find out that Myrdin or Merlin stolen the Xcaliber researches to get revenge on ORI because they killed his loved wife , one of Ladies of the Lake , Niviane.

i will publish all my ideeas on this thread. Thanx for opening.

Allestian
April 3rd, 2006, 02:16 AM
I thought I'd mentioned this...oh well. It is a Wraith hyperdrive that is connected to the jumper. The two Ancients take it to their advantage but unfortunately it causes the explosion after it overloads the mainframe. The Wraith attached it when they found it to try and use Ancient technology to their advantage.

:D

metabog
April 3rd, 2006, 08:01 AM
Here's my ideea for a special episode, maybe 200t... sg-1 ideea though.

SG-1 team is somehow shifted to a paralel universe (quantum mirror style). In this universe, there is no SGC and no Atlantis, but it's members are still there. :D they are actors in a show called Stargate SG-1, which is about SG-1 (duh). Sounds familiar ? :-) Something could develop from here, but imagine what they would say to each other... or it could be the other way a round, a member of this alteranate SG-1 "cast" could somehow arrive at the SGC in the... let's say normal universe.

The whole thing could go galaxy quest-style. I think the best ideea would be for a person from the universe where Stargate is a show to end up in the real Stargate universe, during some attack. :P It should be sheppard or mckay (and the actors don't have to be called flannigan and hewlett, they have different names, remember we don't really consider that universe to be *ours*).

Allestian
April 3rd, 2006, 08:06 AM
You mean like the Wormhole X-treme cast getting confused by aliens as being real space travellers so they take them away to see if they can help them or something like that???

Sweet.

:D

metabog
April 3rd, 2006, 09:02 PM
LOL, no, but that sounds good too haha.

No, the actor-sg1 would be from an alternate universe (since there are infinite possibilities) in which SG-1 is only a TV show. Like ours, only not! :P and they'd run into fans and stuff, not to mention the actor-sg1 (or sga). Maybe a vicious alien or a Prior could follow them into that world (hahahawhaahaoaa imagine what the fans would say lol).

nemisis
April 7th, 2006, 01:31 PM
We Should find a glitch in the accinet data base and in revils that after sending out a recall beckon it found a half built accinet fleet in a counstrion moon on the very very eade of are Gaxiley (this would mean that it would of bean sheilded from the wraith considering they do not have the interstela-hyperdrives) the glitch is that there is a destress call coming from it what do you think,would happen next


A.would we go there and find out that the accients when into hibonation and have just been revied by the beckon

B.they get there to find a lonly child that was the only one to servie beaing woken up ?

C.they get there to find no accients but the loona factory is full operational with powered z.p.m?

please post your ideas thank you nemisis

IcyNeko
April 7th, 2006, 01:52 PM
I'll bite.

Let me make a few assumptions based on your native language:
accinet = acme-net (The 21st Century Acme Corporation)
counstrion = constipated
interstela = inside Stella (a wraith hive queen?)
hibonation = Hydroponics
revied = reviewed

I think that in Quarter 3, the Acme Corporation will definitely still be able to beckon forth a recall of their poorly-manufactured products from their constipated moon. Especially if this constipated moon is really a wraith queen's bum, which is unfortunate.

A. I'm sure that the Acme corporation, if they were in the pegasus galaxy, would have hydroponics labs.

B. They would feel quite lonely as well. It's quite natural when you have to grow plants in space.

C. Well, I have to disagree. Acme corporation and Looney Tunes have a working relationship. So where you find Looney Tunes factories, you will find Acme products.

Alipeeps
April 7th, 2006, 01:55 PM
I'll bite.

Let me make a few assumptions based on your native language:
accinet = acme-net (The 21st Century Acme Corporation)
counstrion = constipated
interstela = inside Stella (a wraith hive queen?)
hibonation = Hydroponics
revied = reviewed

I think that in Quarter 3, the Acme Corporation will definitely still be able to beckon forth a recall of their poorly-manufactured products from their constipated moon. Especially if this constipated moon is really a wraith queen's bum, which is unfortunate.

A. I'm sure that the Acme corporation, if they were in the pegasus galaxy, would have hydroponics labs.

B. They would feel quite lonely as well. It's quite natural when you have to grow plants in space.

C. Well, I have to disagree. Acme corporation and Looney Tunes have a working relationship. So where you find Looney Tunes factories, you will find Acme products.

Oh god, I just laughed so hard I think I herniated something!! :D

genius21
April 7th, 2006, 01:58 PM
One big epside with sg-1 and atlantis and might answer some questions that people have.

Picture this:

Start with atlantis getting a com from the deadules saying they need to send the orian after the wraith hive ships to intercept them on the way to our galaxie the deadules rides besides heavily damaged the asguard and caldwell transport over to the orian the asguard will make the latest repairs and upgrades to the hyperdrive we know they can do that we have seen in episode with first human replicators.

when catched up with the hive ships the battle will start the orian against two hive ships mckay and ronan finds sheppard unties them and mckay uses his hacks to disable the ecm to be able to teleport to the orian and criple the hive ship making the battle one on one and easy battle for the orian.

orian recieve distress call from the asguard that was at the supergate orian goes to the supergate with the asguard once there they find only one ori ship that means that the other three are converting the galaxie sg-1 is on board the ori ship the orian begins battle against the ori ship using the drones then mckay says uhhhh duhhhhhhhh we got a type of sattelite weapon on the site of the ship we can use the ori ship shield go down they didn't expect this kind of fire power the asguard ship transport sg-1 and vala from the ship het shield had left with the other ships and the orian destroys the ori ship.

on the ship sg-1 and team atlantis get to know one and all with a drink and mckay is romancing carter but she goes to sheppard.

well it's some idea i don't know how to put sg-1 in becouse it's just a idea that i think they could have used to answer a lot of questions!!

nemisis
April 7th, 2006, 02:05 PM
One big epside with sg-1 and atlantis and might answer some questions that people have.

Picture this:

Start with atlantis getting a com from the deadules saying they need to send the orian after the wraith hive ships to intercept them on the way to our galaxie the deadules rides besides heavily damaged the asguard and caldwell transport over to the orian the asguard will make the latest repairs and upgrades to the hyperdrive we know they can do that we have seen in episode with first human replicators.

when catched up with the hive ships the battle will start the orian against two hive ships mckay and ronan finds sheppard unties them and mckay uses his hacks to disable the ecm to be able to teleport to the orian and criple the hive ship making the battle one on one and easy battle for the orian.

orian recieve distress call from the asguard that was at the supergate orian goes to the supergate with the asguard once there they find only one ori ship that means that the other three are converting the galaxie sg-1 is on board the ori ship the orian begins battle against the ori ship using the drones then mckay says uhhhh duhhhhhhhh we got a type of sattelite weapon on the site of the ship we can use the ori ship shield go down they didn't expect this kind of fire power the asguard ship transport sg-1 and vala from the ship het shield had left with the other ships and the orian destroys the ori ship.

on the ship sg-1 and team atlantis get to know one and all with a drink and mckay is romancing carter but she goes to sheppard.

well it's some idea i don't know how to put sg-1 in becouse it's just a idea that i think they could have used to answer a lot of questions!!


kool:cool:

IcyNeko
April 7th, 2006, 02:08 PM
Kneel before your god IcyNeko.

nemisis
April 7th, 2006, 02:21 PM
I'll bite.

Let me make a few assumptions based on your native language:
accinet = acme-net (The 21st Century Acme Corporation)
counstrion = constipated
interstela = inside Stella (a wraith hive queen?)
hibonation = Hydroponics
revied = reviewed

I think that in Quarter 3, the Acme Corporation will definitely still be able to beckon forth a recall of their poorly-manufactured products from their constipated moon. Especially if this constipated moon is really a wraith queen's bum, which is unfortunate.

A. I'm sure that the Acme corporation, if they were in the pegasus galaxy, would have hydroponics labs.

B. They would feel quite lonely as well. It's quite natural when you have to grow plants in space.

C. Well, I have to disagree. Acme corporation and Looney Tunes have a working relationship. So where you find Looney Tunes factories, you will find Acme products.


thanks m8 ******and your********

nemisis
April 7th, 2006, 02:22 PM
not but cheers for taking the mick

nemisis
April 7th, 2006, 02:31 PM
i belive that the writers should make a serious twist to the story line like the wraith are now controled by the ori or assecded beans and they are there to wipe out the accient threat and they belive us to be accients on a random episode one wraith could come out with hallowed are the ori and i pria comes into the room and blessed all the wraith with random things

Eoin
April 7th, 2006, 02:49 PM
I'll bite.

Let me make a few assumptions based on your native language:
accinet = acme-net (The 21st Century Acme Corporation)
counstrion = constipated
interstela = inside Stella (a wraith hive queen?)
hibonation = Hydroponics
revied = reviewed

I think that in Quarter 3, the Acme Corporation will definitely still be able to beckon forth a recall of their poorly-manufactured products from their constipated moon. Especially if this constipated moon is really a wraith queen's bum, which is unfortunate.

A. I'm sure that the Acme corporation, if they were in the pegasus galaxy, would have hydroponics labs.

B. They would feel quite lonely as well. It's quite natural when you have to grow plants in space.

C. Well, I have to disagree. Acme corporation and Looney Tunes have a working relationship. So where you find Looney Tunes factories, you will find Acme products.

Oh god, I just laughed so hard I think I herniated something!!
I have only one thing to say to both of you, Get a life :rolleyes:

@ nemisis, I really cant see anything like that happening, although it would be very very coool if it did :D

nemisis
April 7th, 2006, 02:54 PM
I have only one thing to say to noth of you, Get a life :rolleyes:

@ nemisis, I really cant see anything like that happening, although it would be very very coool if it did :D


lol cheers m8

The Signal
April 7th, 2006, 02:57 PM
I can honestly say if this happened I would never watch Stargate Atlantis again. Ever.

EDIT: Came off as harsh, i dont like it, but thats 'cus im not the biggest fan of the Wraith or the Ori, but a lot of others would love it

The Signal
April 7th, 2006, 03:08 PM
Lol Eoin, playing good samaritan with Nemesis here. I gotta say Alipeeps, IcyNeko, you really dont wanna be picking fights around here, we have ShadowMaat and we arent afraid to use her :D

As for the idea, not my cup of tea, but im sure loads of people would like it (including Eoin)

Eye Of Ra
April 7th, 2006, 03:27 PM
i would not like i agree with god that if that happend i would not watch atlantis again

DrPepperJunkie
April 7th, 2006, 03:34 PM
i think that would be one of the biggest wtf? moments in stargate history. i mean, as far as anyone knows the ori aren't even aware of the Pegasus galaxy.

DrPepperJunkie
April 7th, 2006, 03:41 PM
that sounds too chaotic. you're talking about resolving two season finales that aren't necessarily happening at the same time in one episode of one show.

genius21
April 7th, 2006, 03:45 PM
if i was a writter i would have wrote a story this is just a idea what i have written doesn't fill a hour

DrPepperJunkie
April 7th, 2006, 03:48 PM
if i was a writter i would have wrote a story this is just a idea what i have written doesn't fill a hour

ok, i missunderstood. i thought you were talking about one hour of television. i still think it's too much going on with both shows. but that's just because for me, i think the shows should remain as much apart as possible.

The Prophet
April 7th, 2006, 04:45 PM
assecded beans


Not to be harsh but: I Love your Malpropisms, it reminds me of President Bush Jnr, a lot. I'd give you green for that but I've already given you some for another of your posts!

(It's Ascended Beings BTW).

I won't mind if a few Wraith were converted for an episode or two by some Rogue Prior who discovered Pegasus but decided to make it his personal domain, but SGA destroy him & his Wraith followers... could make for an interresting 2 parter episode. That or find a group of Wraith seeking Enlightenment... but we've got the Asuran for that...

IcyNeko
April 7th, 2006, 05:33 PM
Well... that begs the question of whether or not Wraith would even go that far. Their typical tactic is feed.. if they fight, stun then feed. If they're still fighting, bombard with orbital ships.

They don't think they're gods (and thus don't have anything to protect and don't want power).. they're just hungry. :) And priors seem like tasty sources of food.

The Prophet
April 7th, 2006, 05:39 PM
Well... that begs the question of whether or not Wraith would even go that far. Their typical tactic is feed.. if they fight, stun then feed. If they're still fighting, bombard with orbital ships.

They don't think they're gods (and thus don't have anything to protect and don't want power).. they're just hungry. :) And priors seem like tasty sources of food.

Unless the Prior can promise them more food by telling them to follow the Path of Origin.

The Wraith seem intelligent enough to make a truce with their prey & not eat them to help themselves get a larger feast eventually, as seen in Allies- They didn't eat SGA because they wanted to get to Earth instead. Ditto with the Episode Condemmed- the Feasting on Prisoners- They get to Eat without hibernating by just eating the Prisoners & leaving the Mainland untouched giving them a continued source of food.

IcyNeko
April 7th, 2006, 06:15 PM
Buuuut... the Orii get more powerful by sapping the life out of each prior... if the Wraith eat their power base, it's kind of... defeating themselves, no? :)

Of course, if they did find this acceptable, then they could even offer their own galaxy... :)

The Prophet
April 7th, 2006, 06:19 PM
Hmmm, yeah.... I suppose they could...no...ermmm... you've got me stumped!

Look! McGuyver & O'Neill are fighting!

:jack: vs :jack:

*Runs off shouting "Big Honking Sapce Magnets"*

Kanten
April 8th, 2006, 02:09 AM
I'm confused. No offense to anybody in this thread.

genius21
April 8th, 2006, 04:05 AM
yes your wright about that but i wrote this idea the writters could use to make a episode that also answers alot of questions people really ask if the orian against a ori ship would win and this way we also know it and what are some of the possibilites of the orian are.

AtlantisForever
April 8th, 2006, 04:47 AM
I'll bite.

Let me make a few assumptions based on your native language:
accinet = acme-net (The 21st Century Acme Corporation)
counstrion = constipated
interstela = inside Stella (a wraith hive queen?)
hibonation = Hydroponics
revied = reviewed

I think that in Quarter 3, the Acme Corporation will definitely still be able to beckon forth a recall of their poorly-manufactured products from their constipated moon. Especially if this constipated moon is really a wraith queen's bum, which is unfortunate.

A. I'm sure that the Acme corporation, if they were in the pegasus galaxy, would have hydroponics labs.

B. They would feel quite lonely as well. It's quite natural when you have to grow plants in space.

C. Well, I have to disagree. Acme corporation and Looney Tunes have a working relationship. So where you find Looney Tunes factories, you will find Acme products.

you fkin prat that dosnt make sence 1 bit...
and nemisis i like A/B/C shame they wont do it :P

mrX225
April 8th, 2006, 06:03 AM
another unlikely thing to happen an orion type ship comes out of hyper space
then they send a team on board to see that all the ancients on board r still alive and they r just getting back from a 10000+ year journy accross the universe

IcyNeko
April 8th, 2006, 08:10 AM
AtlantisForever: It wasn't supposed to.

mrX225: That would put Atlantis at too much of an advantage. With both the Asgard and the Ancients there, plus the creativity of the Tauri (and the retrovirus), they could easily win the war against the wraith. It would be awesome, but... unlikely. :)

Falcon76
April 9th, 2006, 03:48 AM
One thing I would love to see in a Stargate/Atlantis episode is the idea of them finding out through the library or though Daniel (When he finally gets there) of the existance of a ZPM generator/recharger. The story would open up a whole chapter of ideas that lead to finding the mysterious facility where the ZPM's were generated from. From this story it could lead to a discovery of a place in the Pegasis Galaxy of a planet guarded by ancient defence systems to keep all out. The only way in is to permentally deactivate the weapons. The team finally manages to uncover the secrets to getting in just to find that they have set a chain reaction of devistating results, that could alert the wrath or the new enemy to it's location and possibly lead to it falling in their hands. However the team decide that the only way to prevent this from happening is to make the ultimate sacrifice of destroying the facility but not before finding the last Full ZPM from a vast range of depleted ones in the faciliy.
The end result they get a full ZMP allowing more episodes to be based on the cities newly unlocked technolgy.

freyr's mother
April 12th, 2006, 12:36 PM
TPTB said that the characters would be getting darker this year correct? Also, we meet a new enemy who has a $hitload of ZPM's. Might TPTB write an episode where we storm the asuran cityship to salvage it for zpm's, jumpers, drones and the city itself? Remember, Weir allowed sheppard to raid the warehouse in search of the dead ZPM that Ladon had.

Lord Anubis
April 12th, 2006, 12:40 PM
sounds good but it will be a lot harder because of the asuarns being more powerful than the Genii. Also they will have to get through the security measures the city has

freyr's mother
April 12th, 2006, 01:31 PM
sounds good but it will be a lot harder because of the asuarns being more powerful than the Genii. Also they will have to get through the security measures the city has

So you're saying they'd put the city into a lockdown?

Lord Anubis
April 12th, 2006, 01:32 PM
yes they will or they will start fighting with us

mckaychick
April 12th, 2006, 01:41 PM
yes they will or they will start fighting with us
yeah