Goa'uld shock grenade

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Goa'uld shock grenade
Weapon image

Type non-lethal weapon
Service history
Used by Jaffa,
Tok'ra
Production history
Designer Goa'uld
Manufacturer Goa'uld
Out of Universe informations
First appearance "The Serpent's Lair"
"Now, that was a grenade! Come."
—Master Bra'tac (SG1: "The Serpent's Lair")

The Goa'uld shock grenade is a hand weapon used to temporary incapacitate human targets.

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This grenade, that has the shape of an orange, is designed to temporary neutralize human target(s), using dazzling light and ear-splitting noise emissions that cause an extreme pain. The effects of this weapon are a near to instantaneous collapsing, and after the victim's gain of consciousness, a temporary blindness that fades after a moment. This weapon is short range, yet it can incapacitate a large number of people located inside a huge room like a hangar bay (SG1: "The Serpent's Lair").

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"The Serpent's Lair" (1997)[edit]

While they are fighting against Jaffa inside Klorel's mothership, SG-1 are soon incapacitated by a shock grenade thrown inside the room.

Later, as Colonel Jack O'Neill, Captain Samantha Carter and Teal'c make their way to escape the vessel with Bra'tac, the latter rolls a grenade inside a death gliders hangar bay, disabling the present guards, and allowing them to take death gliders to flee.

"Enemies" (2001)[edit]

Colonel Jack O'Neill uses a shock grenade, given by Jacob Carter, to disable the Jaffa and a brainwashed Teal'c. Teal'c sees the grenade and runs for cover.

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