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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
  
Hermiod of the Asgard is one of the crewmembers of the ''Daedalus'', where he keeps a station in engineering.  
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Hermiod of the Asgard was one of the crew members of the ''Daedalus'', where he kept a station in engineering.  
  
 
==Character Biography==
 
==Character Biography==
  
Hermiod is not as socially graceful as Thor when it comes to interacting with humans, and sometimes he mumbles to himself to express his dissatisfaction, but he is brilliant and trustworthy. He has played a pivotal role in battles and missions onboard the ''Daedalus''. His knowledge of Asgard technology has saved the city of Atlantis and the ''Daedalus'' itself from many threats. One of his most remarkable feats was to free Col. Caldwell, the commander of the ''Daedalus'', from a Goa'uld symbiote which had taken him unknowingly as a host by using the ship's Asgard beaming technology.
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Hermiod was not as socially graceful as Thor when it came to interacting with humans, and sometimes he mumbled to himself to express his dissatisfaction, but he was brilliant and trustworthy. He played a pivotal role in battles and missions aboard the ''Daedalus''. His knowledge of Asgard technology saved the city of Atlantis and the ''Daedalus'' itself from many threats. One of his most remarkable feats was to free Col. Caldwell, the commander of the ''Daedalus'', from a Goa'uld symbiote that had taken him unknowingly as a host by using the ship's Asgard beaming technology. (''Stargate Atlantis'')
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The Asgard committed mass suicide when they determined that their thousands of years of cloning had doomed them to a debilitating and deadly disease. They gifted their knowledge and technology to the SGC, declaring them as "The Fifth Race" (the other four were the Ancients, Nox, Furlings, and Asgard). (10.20 "Unending")
  
 
==Episodes==
 
==Episodes==
  
* [[Stargate Atlantis]]
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* [[10.20 "Unending" Episode Guide|10.20 "Unending"]]
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* [[SGA 2.01 "The Siege Part 3" Episode Guide|SGA 2.01 "The Siege Part 3"]]
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* [[SGA 2.02 "The Intruder" Episode Guide|SGA 2.02 "The Intruder"]]
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* [[SGA 2.13 "Critical Mass" Episode Guide|SGA 2.13 "Critical Mass"]]
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* [[SGA 2.19 "Inferno" Episode Guide|SGA 2.19 "Inferno"]]
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* [[SGA 2.20 "Allies Part 1" Episode Guide|SGA 2.20 "Allies Part 1"]]
  
 
==Related Characters==
 
==Related Characters==
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==Related Articles==
 
==Related Articles==
  
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* [[Ancients]]
 
* [[Asgard]]
 
* [[Asgard]]
 
* [[Asgard Beaming Technology]]
 
* [[Asgard Beaming Technology]]
 
* [[Atlantis]]
 
* [[Atlantis]]
 
* [[Daedalus]]
 
* [[Daedalus]]
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* [[Furlings]]
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* [[Goa'uld]]
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* [[Nox]]
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* [[Stargate Command (SGC)]]
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* [[Symbiote]]
  
 
==Actor==
 
==Actor==

Latest revision as of 16:56, 31 December 2007

Hermiod of the Asgard

Summary

Hermiod of the Asgard was one of the crew members of the Daedalus, where he kept a station in engineering.

Character Biography

Hermiod was not as socially graceful as Thor when it came to interacting with humans, and sometimes he mumbled to himself to express his dissatisfaction, but he was brilliant and trustworthy. He played a pivotal role in battles and missions aboard the Daedalus. His knowledge of Asgard technology saved the city of Atlantis and the Daedalus itself from many threats. One of his most remarkable feats was to free Col. Caldwell, the commander of the Daedalus, from a Goa'uld symbiote that had taken him unknowingly as a host by using the ship's Asgard beaming technology. (Stargate Atlantis)

The Asgard committed mass suicide when they determined that their thousands of years of cloning had doomed them to a debilitating and deadly disease. They gifted their knowledge and technology to the SGC, declaring them as "The Fifth Race" (the other four were the Ancients, Nox, Furlings, and Asgard). (10.20 "Unending")

Episodes

Related Characters

Related Articles

Actor


--DeeKayP 14:10, 4 March 2006 (PST)