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    Quote Originally Posted by BethHG View Post
    Colonel Maybourne had his first appearance. I don't think that he made a good first impression on the team.
    I doubt any of his impressions count as good...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I doubt any of his impressions count as good...

    True that

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    Their were times when he was more of an ally than antagonist
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    If I remember correctly, I always found him annoying.

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    What I liked about early Maybourne (as opposed to other military villains) is that while he was a jerk, he really did have good goals. He just wasn't so nice about how he intended to achieve them.

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    He's the bad guy doing good on the side?
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    What Seaboe is saying is yes he is an antagonist, Maybourne ultimately does what he does to protect his country. In contrast to Cool Simmons who was a greedy mikta
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    Exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seaboe Muffinchucker View Post
    What I liked about early Maybourne (as opposed to other military villains) is that while he was a jerk, he really did have good goals. He just wasn't so nice about how he intended to achieve them.

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    I can agree with this..

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    Error:

    1. Maybourne gave an order to fire, so the Nox Lya made the Tollans disappear, the chevron 2 and 3 went off as well in the background.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    Error:

    1. Maybourne gave an order to fire, so the Nox Lya made the Tollans disappear, the chevron 2 and 3 went off as well in the background.
    Woops, hidden from view.
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    The blue lights are also missing from the background. Maybe that one shows up only when the closed Iris reflects it back or something.
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    puzzle 12:48

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    14.18. Now I know why I missed this one.

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    Working my way back through Stargate, haven't watched much\any since SG-1. I wasn't expecting to come across the NID so early on in the series but I like to see some long term enemies forming.
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    Maybourne is an opportunist, he may also be a patriot, but I believe he would put himself first so that may be questionable. I find his character enjoyable though, especially after he's rogue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunasera View Post
    Maybourne is an opportunist, he may also be a patriot, but I believe he would put himself first so that may be questionable. I find his character enjoyable though, especially after he's rogue.
    I think he's the kind of guy who'll put himself first, and whomever can give him the best odds, that's who he'll be working for next.
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