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    Default Re: Where were the nox during this?

    Don't be worry for the nox they are doing what they are best of... hiding.

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    Default Re: Where were the nox during this?

    They also buried their gate, so their planet probably wasn't on Adria's hit list right away.

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    Thor Re: Where were the nox during this?

    so the nox are the last ones remaining of the alliance. great. the one that are too chicken to help us fight off any threats are the most advanced in our galaxy. or at least were as we have asgard AND ancient tech now.

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    Default Re: Where were the nox during this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Thor View Post
    so the nox are the last ones remaining of the alliance. great. the one that are too chicken to help us fight off any threats are the most advanced in our galaxy. or at least were as we have asgard AND ancient tech now.
    Just because you don't embrace violence doesn't mean that you're a coward.

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    Default Re: Where were the nox during this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff O'Connor View Post
    Either that, or they went to go save Jonas, since SG-1 couldn't be arsed to. (Things have 'calmed down' enough at the SGC that Daniel can go to Atlantis, but he won't look for his one-time replacement!?)
    Indeed!

    Or maybe they did fall to the Ori war machine, and we haven't heard from any of our allies there. (Like Langara)

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    Default Re: Where were the nox during this?

    We were never told how the Nox are able to hide things. But if it is similar to Soldan cloaking technology or to Merlin's machine it would mean some sort of dimensional displacement. If that's the case they could achieve something similar to when Carter hid the whole planet in The Road Not taken. The Nox collectively potentially could hide their whole planet.

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    Default Re: Where were the nox during this?

    Why would the Ori care at all about the Nox? The Ori have very simple objectives: convert humans so they can be used as a resource to increase their own power, thus allowing them to destroy the Ancients. Advanced humans and aliens who try to intervene need to be dealt with because they are a threat to that agenda. The Nox, though, do not fit into that category.

    They have shown no interest in hiding human populations; they are largely insular. If outsiders enter their territory they will attempt to ensure that lethal force is futile, but they do not do so elsewhere in the galaxy. They have shown a willingness to share information with sufficiently advanced beings and help advanced beings in non-lethal activities (e.g. transporting of a group from one planet to another), but that's it. Maybe if they hid a weapon from the Ori, which then blew up one of their ships they'd take an interest, but even so it's hardly worth devoting resources to trying to track them down and kill them at the invasion stage they were up to prior to the end of their storyline. And had the Ori succeeded in taking over the Milky Way it's unlikely the Nox would have any interaction with outsiders since the advanced races they would be willing to communicate with would be gone. Thus, I can easily see the Ori just leaving them there. Going after them would be like going after a non-sentient animal population on some random planet. What's the point when they're not bothering anyone and there is nothing that is needed from them or the area they occupy?
    Last edited by Xaeden; May 11th, 2018 at 08:03 PM.

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