Soldier (Children of the Gods I)

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Soldier
Character of Stargate SG-1
Image of the character
Biographical informations
Full name Unknown
Birth planet Earth
Nationality American
Death 1997
Abydos pyramid
Gender
Race Tau'ri
Species Human
Socio-political informations
Occupation Military
Allegiance Second Abydos mission team
Out of Stargate universe informations
Portrayed by an unknown actor
First appearance "Children of the Gods"

The soldier was a member of the Second Abydos mission team, led by Colonel Jack O'Neill. He has been killed in 1997 by Serpent guards when Apophis came on Abydos to find hosts for Goa'uld symbiotes.

Character's evolution[edit]

"Children of the Gods" (1997)[edit]

The soldier is part of the Second Abydos mission team, led by Colonel Jack O'Neill, whose mission is to retreive Daniel Jackson and check if any threat came from here. All the team pass through the Stargate and find themselves inside the Abydos pyramid. The place seems desert yet suddenly, all the young Abydonians hold the team at gunpoint. Daniel Jackson comes out and tells everybody to lower their weapons. Then after a moment, Jackson invites the team to join their evening meal.

Later, when Jackson, O'Neill, Captain Samantha Carter and Major Charles Kawalsky go outside the pyramid to get in a newly found room, Major Ferretti tells the soldier that Jakson's wife, Sha're, is very beautiful. Suddenly, all the team comes on alert as the Stargate enables itself. He takes cover and defend the place when some Serpent guards get outside the wormhole and fire at them. Hidden behind a column, the soldier is eventually shot by a Goa'uld staff weapon blast.

When they come back to Stargate Command, O'Neill reports to General Hammond that two men are down.[1]

Notes[edit]

  • The soldier's name is unknown. Yet, in Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods - Final Cut, O'Neill names the two soldiers who remained unnamed in the "Children of the Gods" pilot; Currin and Swope. But one cannot determine which one is Currin and which one is Swope as nobody named them before. Those two names are considered as canon, yet those article's titles cannot be more precise.
  • The nationality is deduced as the soldier is part of the US Army.

Behind the scenes[edit]

  • The extra who portrays the soldier is unknown.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. This line only happens in the recut version of "Children of the Gods".

* — Deceased