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nova
October 10th, 2007, 02:43 PM
at end of the ep, is shows the asurans are launching an armada of ships, heading for the wraith.

so, do you think the asurans are goin to be able 2 defeat the wraith? and do you think they are going to need our help? and if so, should we help them?

wise one
October 10th, 2007, 02:55 PM
at end of the ep, is shows the asurans are launching an armada of ships, heading for the wraith.

so, do you think the asurans are goin to be able 2 defeat the wraith? and do you think they are going to need our help? and if so, should we help them?

future episodes:
well the wraith call for atlntis to help them defeat a commaon foe.....looks like the wraith is making an alliance to combat this foe...could be the asurans or micheal

sg1adam
October 10th, 2007, 03:00 PM
It could be both, we'll have to wait and see.

nova
October 10th, 2007, 03:00 PM
yea, ive read the future synopsis, but i thought this board is for just this episode, and not future spoilers.

thats why i asked the questions, for people who have'nt read the future ep's

BUT now you brought it up LOL.


yea, it looks like the asurans are way to much for the asurans to handle, so the question lies in

1. help wraith defeat asurans, and then fight wraith
2. deny wraith, let ausrans kill them, then we fight asurans.


so? ur opinions

Defiant
October 11th, 2007, 02:03 AM
future episodes:
well the wraith call for atlntis to help them defeat a commaon foe.....looks like the wraith is making an alliance to combat this foe...could be the asurans or micheal

I thought it was the otherway around and they don't get all the Wraith on their side either

KnightCrusader
October 11th, 2007, 09:23 AM
Too bad we nuked all those ships they built for attacking Earth, otherwise they could be using them to give the Wraith more of a smackdown. Oh well!

Render
October 11th, 2007, 01:45 PM
It will be interesting to see why the Code was deactivated in the first place, maybe there are issues with it?

SoulReaver
October 11th, 2007, 02:39 PM
at end of the ep, is shows the asurans are launching an armada of ships, heading for the wraith.

so, do you think the asurans are goin to be able 2 defeat the wraith? and do you think they are going to need our help? and if so, should we help them?it's the other way around actually - the wraith don't stand a chance. McKay screwed up big time (again :-)

Phenix
October 11th, 2007, 08:25 PM
it's the other way around actually - the wraith don't stand a chance. McKay screwed up big time (again :-)

But McKay will never ever ever never ever be held responsible for messing up for the millionth time. I hope Carter will tell him off a few times. Maybe that'll help McKay grow a bit as a character.

andromeda_dan
October 11th, 2007, 10:43 PM
It will be interesting to see why the Code was deactivated in the first place, maybe there are issues with it?

my guess is that, other the replicators aggressive nature, an unforseen side effect that happens when the nanites infect the wraith is that the wraith would develop a resistance to the nanites, in time, either thru natural immunity build up, or by the development of a defense by the wraith scientists against the nanites.

AutumnDream
October 12th, 2007, 02:36 AM
rofl terrans vs zerg vs protoss

Except Kerrigan, er... Weir was converted to Protoss instead of Zerg.

Defiant
October 12th, 2007, 03:00 AM
Too bad we nuked all those ships they built for attacking Earth, otherwise they could be using them to give the Wraith more of a smackdown. Oh well!


I think we team up with the Wraith because of the huge amount of firepower that will be built up by the Asurans and Earth knows what the next target will be once the Wraith are gone ;)

Samildanach
October 12th, 2007, 08:16 AM
I think the wraith will be able to handle the Asurans just fine. Which is probably why the Ancients didn't activate them against the wraith in the first place. No point in activating a weapon that you realise is obsolete and won't do any damage. Also what happened to the PWARW's that were being developed? The Asuran homeworld would be a great thing to capture if at all possible.

rarocks24
October 12th, 2007, 08:23 AM
my guess is that, other the replicators aggressive nature, an unforseen side effect that happens when the nanites infect the wraith is that the wraith would develop a resistance to the nanites, in time, either thru natural immunity build up, or by the development of a defense by the wraith scientists against the nanites.

When the Wraith Scientist is working with Mckay, he mentions that the Wraith had found a way to disable the nanites and Mckay had basically turned them back on. This might be why the Asurans were neutral for 10,000 years.

FoxyEX
October 13th, 2007, 04:38 PM
It will be interesting to see why the Code was deactivated in the first place, maybe there are issues with it?
The attack directive in the base code was shutdown by the Wraith because they knew that they couldn't defeat the Asurans. Choking their aggression towards them and keeping them neutral is far easier than fruitlessly fighting them.

sg1adam
October 17th, 2007, 05:34 AM
On this topic; I think that the Wraith "switched" them off the "attack Wraith" mode, and left them be. Let sleeping dogs lie.

What did the Japanese say about attacking Pearl Habour?? We have just woken up a sleeping dragon, and what happens if you do that?? It will kill you.

Rather than fight thme millenia ago, they found a way to neutralise their directive, and not fight them.

Playtime20
August 4th, 2010, 11:34 AM
Why attack something you can't feed on

The Wraith turned there attack directive off and left them alone in the Pegasus Galaxy