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Col. Reynolds of SG-3 covers SG-1's six in Season Seven


SG-3 was one of the original nine units formed when the SGC became a fully-operational command after Apophis's attack (1.02 "Children Of The Gods Part 2").

Season One

The unit was first organized as a Marine combat unit, going on missions deemed hazardous for SG-1 to go on alone.

The first identified commander of SG-3 was Marine Colonel Robert Makepeace. The unit had four members, one of who was Lt. Johnson:

When SG-1 and SG-3 went to P3X-797 (Land of Light), all of the members of the teams except for Daniel Jackson and Teal'c, were immediately the victims to the curse of the "Touched" virus. Lt. Johnson was the first to show signs of this virus when he attacked Teal'c during the mission debriefing. The other members of SG-3 eventually showed the debilitating effects of the virus soon afterward. Fortunately, Dr. Fraiser found a cure for the disease. (1.05 "The Broca Divide")

SG-3 was sent to look for Jack O'Neill and Sam Carter when they failed to return with Daniel Jackson and Teal'c from P4A-771. Major Castleman was on the team and possibly its leader during this search mission because General Hammond instructed Teal'c to coordinate his rescue efforts with him. After their first mission together, Major Castleman returned to the SGC injured after he fell several meters from a rock ledge in a cave. (1.18 "Solitudes")

Teal'c carrying an injured Maj. Castleman

Sometime during their first year of operation, SG-3 had brought back a small amount of raw naquadah, but it was not revealed from which planet it was taken, who was on the team at the time, or how many members were on the team. Captain Carter related this discovery to the rest of her team when SG-1 had travelled to P3R-636 and saw some raw naquadah being sent through the Stargate by the people of the planet. (2.05 "Need")

Seasons Two and Three

Major Warren was the commanding officer of SG-3 when the team was assigned to rescue SG-1 after they had not reported back from their mission. They went to the planet, but were only able to come back with SG-1's equipment and to report that SG-1 had been sent to the prison planet Hadante. Major Warren wanted to pursue the rescue, but General Hammond asked that they continue on their regular mission schedule which was to the planet P2A-509. It was fortunate that General Hammond had them continue on their regular schedule because SG-1 was able to escape from Hadante and had travelled to P2A-509 to meet up with SG-3 knowing that they were supposed to be there. SG-1 had to do this because they no longer had a GDO and Major Warren allowed them to use his to send a signal to the SGC so that they would be able to go home. (2.03 "Prisoners")

The SG units must go through some sort of personnel rotation, because the next mission involving SG-3 was once again led by Col. Robert Makepeace. General Hammond sent SG-3 to the Tok'ra secret base on the planet designated P34-353J to extract Captain Carter because her father, General Jacob Carter, was dying of cancer. The Tok'ra kept SG-3 as an exchange for allowing Captain Carter and Colonel O'Neill to return home. When the Tok'ra base was betrayed by a traitor in their midst, the remaining members of SG-1 and SG-3 were released because the Tok'ra had to abandon the base. SG-3 helped the Tok'ra with their evacuation (2.11-2.12 "The Tok'ra").

SG-3 was called to accompany SG-1 in retrieving SG-10 from the planet P3W-451, but the mission was aborted when it was realized that P3W-451 was being pulled apart by a black hole and there was no way to rescue the unit. (2.15 "A Matter Of Time")

Col. Makepeace continued on as SG-3's commanding officer at the beginning of their third year. On a mission to P3X-254 they obtained information from several Tok'ra that SG-1 had been taken prisoner. Col. Makepeace reported this to Gen. Hammond and Hammond put him in charge of the rescue, leading SG-3, SG-5, SG-6, and SG-11. SG-3 stayed at the Stargate on the planet, while Makepeace took the rest of the soldiers into Hathor's base. SG-3 was captured by Hathor's Jaffa and several men from the other units were killed. SG-1 was successfully extracted and the rest of the men were able to go home after a daring rescue by Teal'c and Gen. Hammond himself (3.01 "Into The Fire Part 2").

SG-3 went with SG-1 to rescue the Abydonians taken by Amaunet in her kidnapping of the Harsesis. She was able to send the boy away with one of her trusted aides, but Amaunet, and Sha're, were killed by Teal'c with his staff weapon when he found her killing Daniel with the ribbon device (3.10 "Forever In A Day).

SG-3 lost Col. Makepeace when he was temporarily assigned as the new leader of SG-1 after Col. Jack O'Neill was forced into retirement because he stole a piece of Tollan technology. This was really a precurser to a sting operation of which Col. Makepeace was not aware and it was discovered by Jack that Makepeace was a NID mole. He was placed under arrest for treason. (3.18 "Shades of Grey")

Seasons Four Through Six

In the fourth year of the team's operation, Gen. Bauer replaced Gen. Hammond as the commander of the SGC. He made changes to many of the SG units, including SG-1 and SG-3. Bauer dismantled SG-1 and sent its members to other positions. The only member of the team still allowed to go on missions was Teal'c and he was assigned to SG-3. Gen. Bauer sent SG-3 to P3S-452, a planet known to be a Goa'uld stronghold, in order to obtain refined naquadah for a bomb he wished to test. The unit lost their leader, Major Waite, and another member, Lt. Morrison, sustained serious injuries while laying cover fire in their escape. They were successful in obtaining the naquadah, but it had been at a very high price. (4.15 "Chain Reaction")

When SG-1 returned from the planet P3A-194 (the Volian homeworld), they thought that they had found the advanced ally Earth needed in order to successfully defend itself against the Goa'uld threat. This ally was known as the Aschen, and it was up to the SGC to determine if they could locate the Aschen homeworld since it was known that the Aschen did not have a DHD to compensate for stellar drift so they were limited to 300 light years from the Volian homeworld. One of the four possible candidate planets was P4C-970, the planet locked out of the SGC dialing computer when General Hammond received a note from the future from Jack that said not to go there under any circumstances (4.16 "2010"). General Hammond decided to send out SG-3, SG-12, and SG-15 to the other three candidate planets, but the mission was scrubbed by the President because he didn't want to risk a potentially rewarding alliance. The members of SG-3 were not identified for this mission (5.10 "2001").

SG-3 was identified as being a Marine unit when Col. Jack O'Neill complained that they came back through the Stargate at the SGC and interrupted a training exercise. SG-3's unexpected arrival was due to being under heavy fire from a Goa'uld, but details of the mission were not provided, neither was the composition of the unit. (5.13 "Proving Ground")

After the SGC was able to reveal the participants in a rogue NID operation to steal alien technologies, mostly from the SGC's allies, there were many fences to mend. One of these involved the government of the planet called Latona, where the NID operatives had disabled a major defense weapon, called the Sentinel, during their visit there. SG-9 was sent to settle things diplomatically, but the tampering with the Sentinel opened the planet up for attack by a Goa'uld who sent footsoldiers to find the weapon. SG-3 was at the Stargate on Latona when the Jaffa arrived, and they ended up going after the Jaffa on foot while SG-1 was escorting two of the operatives who had damaged the Sentinel and defending the Sentinel's location. SG-1 found the sole survivor of SG-9, Lt. Grogan, and O'Neill took Grogan to continue diplomatic talks with the planet's leader while Daniel, Carter, and Teal'c worked with the two operatives in getting the Sentinel functional once more. The two operatives were successful, but they both died in their attempts. SG-1, SG-3, and Lt. Grogan returned home. The leader of SG-3 was Major Lawrence (however, he was played by the same actor who played Major Warren, so it is possible that the name "Lawrence" was an accidental oversight in continuity) (5.20 "The Sentinel").

When Daniel Jackson was exposed to the lethal dose of naquadria radiation on the planet Kelowna, Jack O'Neill discussed a few options that they had available to them in order to try to save Daniel from the horrific death he was certain to suffer. It was said that SG-3 had found a sarcophagus, but it was heavily guarded. General Hammond refused the mission to take the sarcophagus because it would have been too risky and Daniel did not desire that more people die on his behalf. It was not stated who were on the team at the time the sarcaphagus was discovered two months prior to Daniel's exposure, nor was the planet designation given. (5.21 "Meridian")

SG-1 and SG-15 are in on the planet P4S-237, where the Goa'uld Mot and his Jaffa are terrorizing the people who have been mining naquadah which Mot was supposedly collecting as a tribute to Ba'al. The Tok'ra knew that Mot was actually hoarding the naquadah for himself, hoping to build up enough of it to support his attempt to overthrow Ba'al. SG-3 was prepared to go in and help SG-1 and SG-15 when contact was lost. The people of the planet were successful in staging an uprising and Mot was killed. The fighting at the Stargate on the planet was intense, but SG-1 and SG-15 were able to come through with only a few wounded. SG-3 and SG-10 were sent to help SG-1 round up the remaining Jaffa (6.21 "Prophecy").

Season Seven

At the beginning of of their seventh year of operation, it appeared that SG-3 was no longer solely a Marine unit because Col. Reynolds, formerly of SG-16, is in the Air Force and was the unit's new commander (7.01 "Fallen Part 1").

SG-3, along with SG-1 and SG-5, went to the planet later referred to as Vis Uban where it was thought that the Lost City of the Ancients was located. While setting up their perimeter fifty meters around the Stargate on the planet, Col. Reynolds and his unit encountered the newly-descended Daniel Jackson (known here as Arrom). Col. Reynolds recognized Daniel immediately and his unit escorted him to the village where SG-1 was and presented their lost teammate back to them. (7.01 "Fallen Part 1")

SG-3 presents Daniel to SG-1

Col. Reynolds's unit was part of the operations set up on the planet to trap Anubis in his search for the weapons which were thought to be stored in the Lost City. He was part of the ambush to disable two Jaffa sentries Anubis sent to guard the ring transportation site. Daniel Jackson and Jonas Quinn were then able to take the Jaffa's ring control arm band and transport up to Anubis's ship in order to hack into his computer system. The mission had many twists and turns, but eventually all was successful and Anubis's superweapon he created at Abydos in Season Six was destroyed and ultimately his entire mothership (7.02 "Homecoming Part 2").

Daniel Jackson's memories had been erased once he retook human form, but he gradually got most of his memories back from before he died of the radiation poisoning. He was starting to remember some of his time as an Ascended Being and what he was remembering was the taking of Bra'tac and Rya'c by Ba'al's Jaffa on the planet called Erebus. Bra'tac and Rya'c were held in a prison camp on that planet to labor in a naquadah refining operation to build a new ship for Ba'al. SG-2 and SG-3 went with SG-1 to rescue the two Jaffa from the camp. SG-3 was assigned to secure the fallen Jaffa who were guarding the Stargate on the planet and then establish a perimeter. The mission was successful in not only extracting Bra'tac and Rya'c, but in destroying the ship being built as well as gaining possession of the camp, many of whose former inmates decided to join the Rebel Jaffa in their fight for freedom from the Goa'uld (7.04 "Orpheus").

Penhall and Hanson of SG-3 behind Daniel

SG-3 went to P3X-403 to backup SG-1 on a search and rescue mission for a missing member of SG-11 (7.07 "Enemy Mine"). Reynolds was not seen amongst team members on this mission. Lts. Penhall and Hanson, engaged in battle with the Unas settlement there (7.07 "Enemy Mine"). The leader of SG-11, Col. Edwards, ordered Penhall and Hanson to accompany Teal'c, Daniel Jackson, and Daniel's Unas friend Chaka on a mission to parlay with the native Unas. Daniel later had Teal'c, Penhall, and Hanson stay behind while he went on alone with Chaka to show good faith. When talks broke down, SG-3 was amongst those surrounded by Unas at SG-11's mining camp. An alliance was reached with the native Unas.

The Goa'uld Anubis was creating an army of "supersoldiers" (Kull Warriors) which was genetically engineered to be loyal and relentless. He sent one of his warriors to intercept the minor Goa'uld System Lords Tilgath and Ramius and prevent them from making an alliance which they would have used to gather strength against him. The warrior was successful in killing Tilgath and the Jaffa on both sides, but Ramius escaped. Bra'tac coordinated with Rebel Jaffa working in Ramius' ranks to ambush the Kull Warrior Anubis sent to Ramius' home planet to complete the mission of destroying him. SG-1, SG-3, and SG-12 went to the planet in hopes of capturing the warrior alive and coordinated an ambush some distance from the Stargate. SG-3 was commanded by Col. Reynolds, who placed C-4 at the ambush site, while other members of SG-3 secured the Stargate. Members of SG-12 also participated in the ambush, along with Bra'tac and some Rebel Jaffa. In the fierce firing and blasting, Reynolds was shot in the left arm by the warrior's laser weapon. The group ended up having to surrender with hopes that the remaining Rebel Jaffa would free them. Eventually, they convinced their Jaffa guard to free them when he realized that his lord had fallen and he only remained. Eventually, they were successful in completing their mission by capturing the warrior as he was returning to the Stargate. Reynolds survived the injury (7.11 "Evolution Part 1").

By some chance, Anubis learned the location of the new Alpha Site (they had just finished locating to a new Alpha Site after Anubis learned of the former one through the mind probe used against Jonas Quinn), and he sent a few of his Kull Warriors to eliminate all who were living there, including Rebel Jaffa, Tok'ra, and SGC personnel. As many as could be were evacuated to the Beta Site, but Colonel Riley, the commander of the Alpha Site, stayed behind to destroy what remained to prevent it from falling into Anubis's hands. SG-1 and SG-3 were sent to the Alpha Site to find survivors because 90 people were unaccounted for. Colonel Reynolds was in command of SG-3 during this search and rescue mission (7.16 "Death Knell").

SG-3 was sent to back up SG-13 on the planet P3X-666 after SG-13 got permission to remain on the planet to explore Ancient ruins. SG-13 needed SG-3 to secure the Stargate because they had encountered a Goa'uld probe there, but no other Goa'uld activity had been detected. The Ancient ruins were very important in the SGC's search for the Lost City of the Ancients, so they needed to gather as much information as possible on the planet. Unfortunately, the probe that they had encountered sent in a message before it was destroyed and soon there were Jaffa arriving in ships. An incredible number of SG units were involved in extracting wounded SG-13 member, Senior Airman Simon Wells, but only a single casualty was suffered by the SGC: Dr. Janet Fraiser was killed by a Jaffa who had broken through the SGC's line of defense to get to her location where she was stabilizing Wells' condition (7.17 "Heroes Part 1" and 7.18 "Heroes Part 2").

Anubis continued his climb in power. He was searching for the Lost City of the Ancients at the same time as the SGC. It appeared he was only one step behind in sending out probes to the same locations that the SGC sent teams. While on the planet P3X-439, SG-3 was watching the Stargate as SG-2 surveyed some Ancient ruins. They were able to return safely to the SGC, but Reynolds's team had spotted a probe and knew that Anubis would be sending ships to the planet soon. Daniel was able to complete his translation of the ruins that SG-2 had found and discovered that this planet had on it another Repository of Knowledge device which contained all the knowledge of the Ancients. SG-1, SG-3, and SG-5 returned to the planet to attempt to remove the device and gain access to the knowledge, but they were soon under attack. Reynolds commanded both SG-3 and SG-5 in securing the Stargate and was able to keep the Stargate open for them to escape, but there were a few casualties in the battle. (7.21 "Lost City Part 1")

Jack took the download of the Repository of Knowledge on the planet and destroyed the device before Anubis could get to it. With this knowledge, he was able to locate the Antarctic Outpost where he activated advanced weapons which destroyed Anubis's attacking fleet over Earth. (7.21 "Lost City Part 2")

Season Eight

After Anubis's defeat, the Goa'uld System Lord Ba'al started taking control of Anubis's domain (8.01 "New Order Part 1"). When SG-1 was accompanied by SG-3 to the planet P2X-887 which had been in Anubis's power, but thought to be unknown by Ba'al, Reynolds was second in command of the mission to Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter. It was Reynolds's team's duty to protect SG-1 while they used the ring transporter control they obtained from Rebel Jaffa that would get them into the hidden base. Reynolds suggested that he leave two of his men at the Stargate while he and another of his men accompanied SG-1, now only a three-man team, but Carter insisted that the entire SG-3 team remain at the Stargate, much to Reynolds's disapproval. Reynolds spotted an Al'kesh fly over and concluded that it was Ba'al who had discovered their location. When they couldn't locate SG-1, everyone assumed that they had been captured on the ship. Ba'al used this knowledge to bargain for a trade between SG-1 and the traitor Goa'uld System Lord Camulus, but he really didn't have SG-1. They were trapped inside the hidden base with no means of communication. (8.04 "Zero Hour")

Col. Reynolds acted as a military advisor to Jack, now a Brigadier General and in command of the SGC. He provided suggestions on where to make the trade and even gathered the troops in the embarkation room to show Jack that everyone was behind him 100% in finding the missing team. Reynolds knew of the history between Ba'al and Jack and how SG-1 had stopped at nothing to find Jack and bring him home (6.06 "Abyss"). Jack was touched by everyone's support because at this time he was having a lot of doubt as to the wisdom of his taking the commanding position at the SGC. Reynolds ran the missions to the various planets involved in the arrangements to trade Camulus for SG-1. The trading arrangements failed because Ba'al never had SG-1, but SG-1 eventually returned home unharmed. (8.04 "Zero Hour")

SG-3 was assigned to the rescue mission on the Prometheus to determine the fate of the Atlantis Expedition in the Pegasus Galaxy. Col. Reynolds commanded the four-man team and provided the mission commander, Gen. George Hammond, with advice from the military and strategic point of view. He acted as the mission's military second in command. When the rescue mission answered a distress call and encountered two disabled ships, an Al'kesh and a cargo ship, Reynolds led his team to determine if the Al'kesh could be salvaged. Sr. Airman Bosworth was also on the team (formerly of SG-13) and he showed expertise in operating the ring transporter:

SG-3 and the rest of the Prometheus crew, except for Daniel Jackson, were stranded on the Al'kesh by the space pirate, Vala, in her bid to steal the Prometheus and trade it for an extraordinary amount of weapons grade naquadah. Col. Reynolds demonstrated knowledge of Al'kesh system controls and was left on the Al'kesh to pilot it home after the Prometheus was recovered. Vala, however, was able to overpower SG-3 and send them back to the Prometheus via the ring transporter before she disappeared in hyperspace on the Al'kesh. (8.12 "Prometheus Unbound")

When Replicators were sent to the SGC base by their leader, Replicator Carter, Gen. Jack O'Neill ordered that the base be evacuated. Col. Reynolds, still wearing his SG-3 patch, acted as second-in-command by verifying that everyone was accounted for. He reported to Jack concerning the status of the computer security systems and that there were some men trapped on Level 8. After everyone else had been evacuated, he remained behind with Jack to free the trapped men. With the countdown for a nuclear bomb about to be detonated down the silo of the Mountain ticking away, these remaining men defended the base and made their way to the Control Room in order to attempt to dial out and escape through the Stargate. Reynolds stood by Jack's side in their effort to protect Sgt. Siler who was attempting to override the Replicators' reprogramming of the dialing computer. With only a few minutes left in the countdown, the Stargate was activated from the planet Dakara where an Ancient weapon had been programmed by Jacob Carter/Selmak to send a disruptor wave which would neutralize the Replicators permanently. The wave went through the base and all the Replicators were destroyed. (8.17 "Reckoning Part 2")

Season Nine

SG-3 was assigned to rendezvous with the Goa'uld Nerus on a neutral planet after Nerus requested a meeting with the SGC, now under the command of Gen. Hank Landry, concerning the activities of the Ori on the planet Kallana. Sgt. Siler went with the team to determine if the Goa'uld was carrying any harmful technology. After giving the all-clear, SG-3 escorted Nerus to the SGC. Nerus turned out to have his own agenda as a follower of the Ori, pursuading the SGC to use a naquadah-enhanced nuclear bomb against the force field the Ori were constructing on the planet, but the use of the weapon only strengthened the force field. Landry had Nerus sent to Area 51 for his deception. (9.06 "Beachhead")

Col. Reynolds and his team were included in the mission led by SG-1 to rescue Teal'c who had been captured by Ba'al (or, more specifically, one of Ba'al's clones). The rescue was coordinated between the SGC and Bra'tac, who used an Al'kesh to clear the area around the Stargate on the planet where Ba'al had parked his Ha'tak. The rescue operation was a success. (9.14 "Stronghold")

Reynolds and his team visited a planet where the population had become addicted to a corn engineered with a psycho-stimulant. Lt. Mooney of his team tasted the corn, called "kassa", and became quickly addicted to it, so much so that Reynolds had to forcefully urge him away from it to return to the SGC. Reynolds obtained the coordinates of the planet said to be the source of the produce, and Gen. Landry sent SG-1 to the planet to gather more information about it. While SG-1 was conducting their investigation on P6G-452, Reynolds remained at the SGC, kept up to date with Dr. Lee's research into the plant, and reported the results of their investigation to Landry. SG-1 discovered that the Lucian Alliance was behind distributing the corn to several human populations, many of whom had been the topic of concern among the Free Jaffa at their last Interim Council meeting because of their erratic behavior. (9.16 "Off the Grid")

Gen. Landry sent Teal'c and SG-12 to investigate a distress call received through the Stargate from the Sodan Jaffa. The Sodan were under attack by one of their own, Volnek, who had been turned into a murderous zombie by one of the Priors of the Ori as punishment for the Sodan's rejection of the Ori. After Teal'c's party failed to report back on time, Landry ordered Reynolds to take his team and SG-22 to render assistance. Reynolds and his men found Teal'c and the remainder of his party stranded in the burned down village. Since the only way to terminate Volnek's existence permanently was to destroy the body, Reynolds and his men built a trap made of explosives and a trip wire. Volnek was destroyed, and sadly, only one Sodan, Lord Haikon, survived. (9.18 "Arthur's Mantle")

Season Ten

Originally, SG-3, still commanded by Reynolds, were sent to P9J-333 to covertly observe if the planet turned to Origin or not. They used the Sodan Cloaking Devices to stay undercover, but when people were being attacked and killed by a vicious creature, they made contact with the population. It was later discovered that the Sodan Cloaking Devices were permitting a parasite to "bleed" through from an alternate dimension, to burrow itself into a local animal, and to mutate that animal into a monster. Reynolds and his men attempted to capture the creature alive, but Teal'c destroyed it with a grenade. Still, they were able to study the creature and determine the cause of its mutation. When it was discovered that the same thing had happened to a local wild animal on Earth, the team participated in the search party that hunted and killed two mutated creatures. (10.05 "Uninvited")

SG-3 was on P9C-882 where they made contact with people who wished to oppose the Ori and asked for the SGC's help. Reynolds introduced SG-1 to their leader, Thilana, and then he and his team left the planet. (10.12 "Line in the Sand")

When the Jaffa Arkad engineered a massacre of other Jaffa at Dar Eshkalon who were seeking to oppose the Ori's army, several teams, under Reynolds' command, were ordered to consider the investigation a top priority. Reynolds reported to General Landry on behalf of SG-22 who had heard about Arkad on P8T-365, a predominantly Jaffa planet that had turned to Origin. Reynolds and his men had been maintaining contact with anti-Ori rebels who reported that Arkad was amassing a stockpile of weapons grade naquadah in order to attack Earth. (10.17 "Talion")

SG-1 and SG-3 set a trap to stop Teal'c from killing Arkad for the massacre at Dar Eshkalon. Teal'c disabled SG-3's Reynolds and Baker, and even disabled his SG-1 teammates, to get to his target. Arkad died by Teal'c's hand, and the Jaffa killed in the massacre were avenged. SG-1 and SG-3 returned to the SGC and filed reports that falsified what happened on the planet so that the IOA would not prevent Teal'c from rejoining his team. (10.17 "Talion")

SG-1's Mitchell checks on Reynolds and Baker after Teal'c attacks them

SG-3 were part of a false memory implanted into Vala so that she could fool her daughter Adria, the leader of the Ori's crusade in the Milky Way, into thinking that she had left the SGC. In these false memories, SG-1 stopped supporting Vala because they thought that Adria was controlling her mind by feeding her Stargate addresses of where the Ancients had allegedly hidden weapons before they ascended. This support was cut off after Reynolds and his team were immediately ambushed as they stepped through the Stargate, and two of his men were lost. Fortunately, this was all a false memory and the team members were not actually harmed. (10.19 "Dominion")


While SG-3 were on P6X-437, they were approached by a Prior of the Ori (the Prior of Ver Isca) who wished to talk with Earth's representatives concerning their surrender. The Prior was granted an audience with General Landry at the base, knowing full well that his powers would be nullified by the Anti-Prior Device. Even though the Ori Priors had seven warships in the solar system, they chose to wait for this Prior's word to attack Earth. Their best chance at gaining a huge multitude of followers to empower the Ori was to convert the planet's population to Origin, rather than destroying it. Reynolds took the Prior's orbed staff away from him and he and his team escorted him through the Stargate to SGC where he was confined. Ultimately, this Prior was exposed to the light of the Ark of Truth, which revealed the truth about the Ori's lies and evil intent. With this Prior's conversion, all other Priors in the galaxy were enlightened through the psychic links they all had through their orbed staffs, and the Ori threat in the Milky Way was ended. (Stargate: The Ark of Truth)

SG-3 escorted the last of the Ba'al clones through the Stargate to the Tok'ra's new homeworld for an extraction ceremony. Major General Jack O'Neill also accompanied the group to keep an eye on the last of the Goa'uld System Lords. The extraction ceremony was performed and the symbiote was executed, but the host was spared. (Stargate: Continuum)


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