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Replicator
Species Replicators
Homeworld Homeworld of Reese
Governing body Reese, then First, then Fifth, then RepliCarter.
Alliances as of season 10 None
Prior Alliances None
Key episodes "Nemesis" (first appearance)

In the science fiction series Stargate SG-1, the Replicators are a race of self-replicating machines, and arguably one of the most advanced races in the Stargate universe. Created the replicators, caused the destruction of her entire world. ... In the Stargate fictional universe, the Replicators are a race of self-replicating machines, arguably one of the top two most advanced races in the Stargate universe. ... Fifth is an android character in the television show Stargate SG-1, played by Patrick Currie. ... Replicator Carter (more commonly referred to as RepliCarter, and rarely referred to as Carter2) is a character from the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1. ... Nemesis (Part 1 of 2) is the Season 3 finale episode of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1. ... Science fiction is a form of speculative fiction principally dealing with the impact of imagined science and technology, or both, upon society and persons as individuals. ... Stargate SG-1 (often abbreviated as SG-1) is a science fiction television series, part of the Stargate franchise. ... The idea of Self-replicating machines is tackled by such persons as Homer Jacobsen, Edward F. Moore, and Freeman Dyson. ...


They were first mentioned indirectly in the episode "Fair Game", when Thor informs Jack O'Neill about an enemy worse than the Goa'uld. The Replicators themselves first appear in the episode "Nemesis". Throughout the series, the Replicators are primarily the main enemies of the Asgard, but their expansionist nature makes them a significant threat to all other lifeforms in the universe, including the people of Earth. Fair Game is an episode of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1. ... Thor is a recurring character in Stargate SG-1. ... John J. Jack ONeill (born October 20, 1952)[1] is a fictional character in the science fiction feature film Stargate and the subsequent television series Stargate SG-1 played by actors Kurt Russell in the film (name spelled as ONeil) and Richard Dean Anderson in the series. ... The Goauld (pronounced go-ah-OOLD , commonly GOOLD, or go-OOLD) are a fictional parasitic alien race in the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1 universe. ... Nemesis (Part 1 of 2) is the Season 3 finale episode of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1. ...

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Technology and Composition

A standard Replicator.
A standard Replicator.

Standard Replicators are composed of modular blocks, which can be compared to individual computers, that come together to perform several tasks. They have very high interconnectivity, and are able to communicate via subspace to other Replicators who may be light years away. Every block contains two million isolated kiron pathways, that control the molecular cohesion of all Replicators. These blocks can self-assemble into various larger forms, the most common being the small spider variation illustrated above. [1] However, much larger forms have been observed, including whole spacecraft on a scale comparable to Goa'uld Ha'tak. [2] The blocks themselves are composed of whatever materials were available at the time of construction. For example, a Replicator infection on board a Russian nuclear submarine resulted in Replicators made of steel, even susceptible to rusting. Most Replicators however are made of more advanced alloys absorbed from Asgard ships, with whom the Replicators have been waging war for some time. It takes multiple blocks to create more blocks, although a single Replicator appears to be capable of self-replication. [1] Replicator from Stargate SG1 This is a screenshot of a copyrighted website, video game graphic, computer program graphic, television broadcast, or film. ... A light-year or lightyear (symbol: ly) is a unit of measurement of length, specifically the distance light travels in vacuum in one Julian year. ... The Goauld (pronounced go-ah-OOLD , commonly GOOLD, or go-OOLD) are a fictional parasitic alien race in the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1 universe. ... The Hatak class of Goauld warships are the primary ships of the fleets of the System Lords, characters from the television series Stargate SG-1. ... In the science fiction series Stargate SG-1, the Asgard are a benevolent, highly advanced and evolved race from another galaxy, called Ida, who have visited Earth on many occasions, giving rise to the Norse legends. ...


Replicators are impervious to all known handheld energy weapons, including Zats and Staff Weapons. Though projectile weapons can shatter standard Replicators, the resistant machines have demonstrated a limited ability to reassemble from the scattered blocks and continue with their objectives. [3] However, this ability was lost as the show progressed. To defend themselves at close quarters, a Replicator is capable of spraying an assumed acidic liquid, known as Replicator Spray. [4] This liquid is capable of penetrating all metals, even the nigh-on invincible armour worn by the Kull Warriors. [5] Replicators are also incredibly strong in relation to their size. A single standard Replicator has been seen capable of holding open the SGC's Gate Room hydraulic blast doors. [5]. A Zat gun held in its open configuration, ready to fire The Zatniktel (pronounced ZAT-nik-a-tel), or Zat Gun for short, is a fictional weapon on the sci-fi television show, Stargate SG-1. ... Energy Staff Weapon The staff weapon is a fictional weapon in the Stargate universe. ... Kull Warrior Kull Warriors are creatures genetically engineered by Anubis (and, following his demise, by Baal) for use in his personal army. ...

Two different kinds of Replicator ships.
Two different kinds of Replicator ships.

The Replicators are presented as being one of the most technologically advanced species in the Stargate universe, with the possible exceptions of the Ancients and the Ori. They not only swiftly assimilate foreign technology, but also enhance it, usually far beyond the understanding of its previous users. For example, Replicators can modify a Goa'uld Ha'tak to travel at 800 times its maximum speed [6], and utilize an Asgard time-dilation device to accelerate time and escape the powerful pull of a black hole. [2] Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (850x663, 132 KB) 2 snapshots of stargate sg-1 croped and fused toghther. ... Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (850x663, 132 KB) 2 snapshots of stargate sg-1 croped and fused toghther. ... The Ancients, also known as the Alterans and Lanteans, sometimes calling themselves Anqueetas in their language, are a human race in the fictional Stargate universe. ... The Ori (pronounced OR-eye) are fictional characters on the Stargate SG-1 television program. ...


It is speculated that the Replicators acquired their knowledge from many races, and by pooling it together, they were able to surpass all other living species. It is also possible that they have encountered other races, prior to encountering the Asgard, whose technology was assimilated as well. This would explain how the Replicators escaped from their own galaxy and into that of the Asgard without encountering any other races within the Milky Way galaxy. Their prime source of knowledge however would most likely be the Asgard, who are extremely powerful in their own right. A human-form Replicator has also mentioned that the Replicators also have a fair understanding of Ancient technology, mostly taken from databases on Asgard ships. [7]


Behavior

A "Mother Bug" creating new blocks.

Replicators are driven solely by their desire to create more of themselves, and their intergalactic storm of conquest was originally based solely upon this desire. Replicators can form raw materials into new blocks, although the quality of the replicated blocks is based in part on what raw materials are available. [1] This base programming, to multiply at all cost, had led Teal'c to note that the Replicators are no more "evil" than a virus. Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (1024x576, 41 KB) A mother Replicator, as seen in Small Victories. This image is a screenshot of a copyrighted television program or station ID. As such, the copyright for it is most likely owned by the company or corporation that produced... Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (1024x576, 41 KB) A mother Replicator, as seen in Small Victories. This image is a screenshot of a copyrighted television program or station ID. As such, the copyright for it is most likely owned by the company or corporation that produced... Tealc [ˈtiːəlk] (born c. ... Groups I: dsDNA viruses II: ssDNA viruses III: dsRNA viruses IV: (+)ssRNA viruses V: (-)ssRNA viruses VI: ssRNA-RT viruses VII: dsDNA-RT viruses A virus is a microscopic particle (ranging in size from 20 - 300 nm) that can infect the cells of a biological organism. ...


All Replicators exhibit the ability and desire to rapidly absorb any superior technologies they encounter, often passing up familiar or less advanced technology in order to acquire more advanced technology. They incorporate new alien technology into their currently existing store of knowledge, and constantly improve their combat and scientific abilities as they do so. [8]


Human-form Replicators

See also: Replicator characters in Stargate

After the gynoid Reese, who had created the first generation of Replicators many centuries ago, was discovered and eventually killed by SG-1, her remains were given to the Asgard. The Asgard used the body to lure every Replicator in the known universe to Halla, an abandoned Asgard planet, as part of an elaborate plan to trap them inside a time-dilation field. However, after the Replicators came in contact with Reese, specifically the nanites used in her self-repair mechanism, they were able to create nanite-based blocks, eventually leading to the creation of human-form Replicators. [8] These nanites were based on neutronium, a material essential to the creation of human-form Replicators. [2] In the Stargate fictional universe, the Replicators are a race of self-replicating machines, arguably one of the top two most advanced races in the Stargate universe. ... Created the replicators, caused the destruction of her entire world. ... SG-1 arm patch SG-1 (Stargate Team 1) is the primary unit of Stargate Command in the science fiction TV show Stargate SG-1, of which its members are the main characters. ... In the science fiction series Stargate SG-1, the Asgard are a benevolent, highly advanced and evolved race from another galaxy, called Ida, who have visited Earth on many occasions, giving rise to the Norse legends. ... A nanobot is a nanotechnological robot nanomachine, also called a nanite, which is a mechanical or electromechanical device whose dimensions are measured in nanometres (millionths of a millimetre, or units of 10-9 metrer). ... Neutronium is a term used in science fiction and popular literature to refer to an extremely dense phase of matter composed primarily of neutrons. ...


These Replicators, who were physically indistinguishable from ordinary humans, were composed of millions of microscopic nanites. However, this made them even more powerful, because these Replicators were resistant to projectile weapons beside being impervious to energy weapons. The only way to destroy them was by using the Replicator Disruptor. They possess massive strength, are extremely agile, and self-aware. Instead of attacking their victims with Replicator Spray, human-form Replicators instead prefer to use either their massive strength, or restructure their hand into a sword with which to impale their foes. In addition, these Replicators can probe the mind of humans by inserting their hand into the victim's forehead. [8] Human-form Replicators possess the ability to reform themselves at any time, not only enabling them to heal but also to reshape body parts. They can also deactivate portions of their bodies, effectively enabling them to leave body parts behind. These Replicators are, like the standard Replicators, also connected to the Replicator datastream called The Link. [7] Trinomial name Homo sapiens sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 Humans, or human beings, are bipedal primates belonging to the mammalian species Homo sapiens (Latin: wise man or knowing man) under the family Hominidae (the great apes). ...


They were originally created to be leaders of the Replicator race [8], and at least three distinct human-form Replicators have been known to lead their species into battle. [7] They could be compared to Star Trek's Borg Queen, who was also the personification of a collective race. Eight human-form Replicators have been encountered thus far. The current Star Trek franchise logo Star Trek is an American science fiction franchise. ... This article is about the fictional race of aliens. ...


It should be noted that while it has been stated that the Bug-Form Replicators require multiple blocks to replicate, no information has been given regarding human-form replication.


Asurans

Main article: Asuran
The Asuran council.
The Asuran council.

In 2006, the Atlantis Expedition discovered what appeared to be a new form of human-form Replicators, who called themselves the Asurans, in the Pegasus Galaxy. The Asurans are a fictional race in the science fiction series Stargate Atlantis that bear many similarities to the Replicators of Stargate SG-1. ... Image File history File links Sga-s03e05-0. ... Image File history File links Sga-s03e05-0. ... For the Manfred Mann album, see 2006 (album). ... Aerial view of Atlantis. ... Holographic map of the Pegasus Galaxy. ...


These human-form Replicators were the result of a failed Ancient experiment to fight the Wraith. Desperate for more effective means of fighting their nemesis, the Ancients created the predecessors to the Asurans to infiltrate and destroy the Wraith from within. To that end, these self-replicating nanites were programmed with an aggression surpassing even that of the Wraith. As they grew in numbers, the nanites began to assume the form of their creators, eventually resembling the Ancients themselves. Eventually, the Ancients decided to terminate their experiment, destroying them. A few Asurans however, survived, and through their replicative abilities, they brought about a "second birth" - this time, not only taking the form of their creators, but also recreating their city on a far grander scale. In the science fiction television series Stargate Atlantis, the Wraith are the original antagonistic alien species, first introduced in the pilot episode Rising. In the early seasons of the show they dominated the Pegasus Galaxy, the shows setting, and were an almost unstoppable and fatal threat. ...


Unlike the previously known human-form Replicators, the Asurans are to a limited extent stunned by energy weapons [9], which would suggest they are less sophisticated than those encountered by SG-1 and the Asgard. This is not an unreasonable conclusion as while the original Replicators had a technology base comprised of Asgard, Ancient and other races technology from all over the place, the Asurans have limited themselves to perfectly duplicating Lantean era technology only. Individual Asuran cells are also vulnerable to EMP. SG-1 arm patch SG-1 (Stargate Team 1) is the primary unit of Stargate Command in the science fiction TV show Stargate SG-1, of which its members are the main characters. ... EMP has several meanings: EMP is an abbreviation for the term Electromagnetic pulse in telecommunications and warfare fields. ...


The relationship between the Replicators and the Ancients would explain why Jack O'Neill was able to easily develop the Replicator Disruptor after his second encounter with the Repository of Knowledge, as the Ancients were familiar with kiron-based nanites. [9][2] But no link between the two has ever been sucesfuly established. John J. Jack ONeill (born October 20, 1952)[1] is a fictional character in the science fiction feature film Stargate and the subsequent television series Stargate SG-1 played by actors Kurt Russell in the film (name spelled as ONeil) and Richard Dean Anderson in the series. ... In the Stargate science fiction universe, a Repository of the Ancients is a device that contains a library of the knowledge of the Ancients, the builders of the Stargate network. ...


History

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.

The Replicators were originally created by a gynoid (a female android) named Reese, who had been constructed by an advanced human culture in the Milky Way. Reese had the resemblance of a spoilt girl. She seemed to lack the ability to comprehend the consequences of her actions and understand evil in any meaningful way. She was also incredibly inattentive, quick to have temper tantrums, and difficult to reason with. She displayed severe mood swings that, coupled with her formidable physical strength, were often disastrous. All these childish characteristics may as well have been a manipulative intention to destroy Earth and infest it with the toys (her "children", in her terms), as O'Neill thinks pointing out that she lied from the start, and when she made the first replicator on the base already gave it the acid "defense" spray.[4] This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Created the replicators, caused the destruction of her entire world. ... It has been suggested that Andromeda-Milky Way collision be merged into this article or section. ...


Apparently, Reese created the first Replicators as "toys" under her direct control. But when the citizens of her world became aware of the capabilities of the Replicators, they were alarmed and claimed she was "built wrong". Out of fear of being destroyed, she instructed her toys to protect themselves and their creator (self-preservation) and to make more of themselves (replication). However, the Replicators soon became too numerous to completely control, and escaped her dominance. In the end, they destroyed all society on her world, presumably by converting every useable substance into Replicator blocks. Reese escaped the catastrophe by "going to sleep", putting herself in stasis.[4]


Eventually, the Replicators discovered a way to leave this galaxy, and travelled to the Ida galaxy, home of the Asgard, who discovered them on an abandoned planet. When the Asgard realised the danger the Replicators posed, they tried to destroy the scourge, but the machines adapted to the weapons the Asgard used to destroy them. [3]


Early Encounters

What a Replicator sees.
What a Replicator sees.

The Replicators were first encountered by the SGC after a swarm of Replicators had infested Thor's ship and found the location of Earth. Thor had managed to sabotage the outbounded beams but brought up Jack O'Neill to figure out a way to defeat them. Aided by Samantha Carter and Teal'c, they placed a naqahdah-enhanced bomb on the external hull, and used it to destroy the deceleration drive, causing the ship to go into an uncontrolled atmospheric reentry. Shortly before crashing, they beamed up the Stargate as a means of escape. [3] However, a single Replicator survived and infected a Russian submarine before being neutralized. [1] Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (853x480, 599 KB) snapshot of stargate sg-1 - POV of a replicator This image is a screenshot of a copyrighted television program or station ID. As such, the copyright for it is most likely owned by the company or corporation that... Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (853x480, 599 KB) snapshot of stargate sg-1 - POV of a replicator This image is a screenshot of a copyrighted television program or station ID. As such, the copyright for it is most likely owned by the company or corporation that... Cheyenne Mountains entrance tunnel In the science fiction television show Stargate SG-1, Stargate Command (also known as the SGC), is located in the Cheyenne Mountain complex in Colorado. ... Thor is a recurring character in Stargate SG-1. ... Samantha Sam Carter (born December 29, 1968)[1] is a fictional character in the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1, played by English-Canadian actress Amanda Tapping. ... The fictional Stargate setting contains a number of elements and other compounds unique to it, as well as fictional properties for real elements and compounds. ... A typical depiction of a Stargate. ... German UC-1 class World War I submarine A model of Günther Priens Unterseeboot 47 (U-47), German WWII Type VII diesel-electric hunter Typhoon class nuclear ballistic missile submarine USS Virginia, a Virginia-class nuclear attack (SSN) submarine A submarine is a watercraft that can operate underwater...


Over a year later, SG-1 discovered Reese on her barren homeworld. She was brought back to the SGC and reactivated. After a near-repeat of what happened to her planet on Earth, she was killed. Her body was given to the Asgard, and ultimately yielded the key to capturing the Replicators, as one key command first installed by Reese was still present in all Replicators that followed: "Come Forth." SG-1 arm patch SG-1 (Stargate Team 1) is the primary unit of Stargate Command in the science fiction TV show Stargate SG-1, of which its members are the main characters. ...


The Asgard attemped to trap all Replicators in the known universe inside a time-dilation field where time was slowed down some 10,000 times. However, when the Replicators arrived and found Reese's body, they hailed her as their creator and began to construct "cellular" blocks based upon her self-repair mechanism. Using these nanites, the first human-form Replicators were created. These human-form Replicators were able to reverse the time-dilation device, accelerating time inside the bubble. It was the Replicators' intention to increase their numbers exponentially in what would seem a small amount of time to the rest of the universe. The discovery of Reese's body also brought about the realization of their true purpose, the replacement of all biological life in the universe with their own superior form of life.


Outside the bubble, the Asgard were only aware that their plan had failed. Desperate, the Asgard requested the aid of SG-1. The Replicators would surely defeat any Asgard attempt to enter the bubble and repair the time-dilation device, whereas the technologically primitive humans would not be seen as a threat by the Replicators.


By the time SG-1 had arrived to assist, six human-form Replicators had been created, and the entire planet was covered with Replicator blocks. SG-1 discovered that the initial flaw in Reese's base programming - her lack of any real humanity - was later corrected in the creation of Fifth. His humanity, however, was seen as a flaw by the others, and removed from the subsequent versions created. Fifth is an android character in the television show Stargate SG-1, played by Patrick Currie. ...


SG-1 used Fifth's "flaw" against him to trap the Replicators on the planet. Appealing to his compassion and emotion, namely his attraction to Samantha Carter, they convinced him to repair the time-dilation device and leave the planet with them. Unfortunately for Fifth, Jack O'Neill had no intention of releasing a human-form Replicator into the universe, and instructed Carter to rig the machine to trap Fifth as well. [8]


Fifth's Leadership

It took Fifth almost two years (in realtime, several days from his perspective) to escape, leaving behind most of his brethren after Halla's sun was collapsed into a black hole by the Asgard. Fifth remained the only human-form Replicator left in existence, and assumed leadership of the Replicator race. However, his humanity also made Fifth much more dangerous than any other Replicator in existence, who have no real concept of cruelty, torture or betrayal and were only consumed with self-replication. Fifth attempted to conquer the new Asgard homeworld Orilla, but was eventually stopped by SG-1, and their recently constructed Replicator Disruptor. For other senses of this word, see black hole (disambiguation). ... Orilla is the planet where the Asgards moved after trapping the replicators to their former home-planet, Othalla. ...


Still infatuated with Samantha Carter, Fifth abducted her and tried to convince Carter to stay with him. However, as it became clear he could not have a relationship with her in the form he desired, he released her and created a perfect replica[2] intended to accept him and govern the Replicator race with him. However, the so-called RepliCarter was identical to the original, even down to the very last memory and character-facet, what in part led to her despising what he was trying to do as much as the original Samantha Carter would have. Replicator Carter (more commonly referred to as RepliCarter, and rarely referred to as Carter2) is a character from the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1. ...


However, due to Fifth's training of RepliCarter, Samantha Carter's doppelgänger had become a megalomanic, ruthless, dominating conqueror. Bent on finding a defence against the Replicator Disruptor, the only threat to her plans to dominate the universe, and to rid herself of Fifth, Replicator Carter devised an intricate plan, which involved sending RepliCarter to the SGC, claiming that she had betrayed and fled Fifth, and expressing a wish to be destroyed by their Disruptor. SG-1 took her to the Alpha Site to question her, where she informed them (untruthfully) that Fifth had immunised every single Replicator to the Disruptor, except her due to his spite. However, she promised to help them realign the Disruptor to overcome around Fifth's immunisation. Cheyenne Mountains entrance tunnel In the science fiction television show Stargate SG-1, Stargate Command (also known as the SGC), is located in the Cheyenne Mountain complex in Colorado. ... SG-1 arm patch SG-1 (Stargate Team 1) is the primary unit of Stargate Command in the science fiction TV show Stargate SG-1, of which its members are the main characters. ... In the science fiction television show Stargate SG-1, the Alpha Site is a secondary offworld base of Stargate Command (SGC). ...


As they began work on the Disruptor, RepliCarter was able to study the weapon to discover how to immunise her race from it. She relayed reports of her progress back to Fifth, keeping in communication with him via the datastream between all Replicators. Unbeknown to the SGC and SG-1, Fifth was tracking her position, on his way with one of his powerful Replicator ships to attack the planet, confident RepliCarter would upload the cipher to render the Disruptor useless before he arrived. Cheyenne Mountains entrance tunnel In the science fiction television show Stargate SG-1, Stargate Command (also known as the SGC), is located in the Cheyenne Mountain complex in Colorado. ... SG-1 arm patch SG-1 (Stargate Team 1) is the primary unit of Stargate Command in the science fiction TV show Stargate SG-1, of which its members are the main characters. ...


However, RepliCarter eventually betrayed Fifth by firing the Replicator Disruptor at his ship before she uploaded the cipher. Both he and his ship were destroyed, before RepliCarter immunised herself and her race. As she left the Alpha Site via its Stargate, Teal'c tried to stop her and forced her to leave her arm behind. The arm, decomposed into its deactivated cells, were studied by Carter, who felt responsible for her doppelgänger's victory. [7] RepliCarter subsequently took over Fifth's position and became the leader of the entire Replicator race. [5] A typical depiction of a Stargate. ... Tealc [ˈtiːəlk] (born c. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ...


Invasion of the Milky Way

Several months later, Replicator Carter led her army back to the Milky Way, and launched a massive attack on the Goa'uld, taking over their territories and incorporating their technology into her own, the rather outclassed Goa'uld losing ships almost as quickly as they sent them out to confront her fleets, which were captured and rapidly turned right back against the Goa'uld who sent them. The Goauld (pronounced go-ah-OOLD , commonly GOOLD, or go-OOLD) are a fictional parasitic alien race in the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1 universe. ...

Daniel is captured by RepliCarter.
Daniel is captured by RepliCarter.

Knowing of the ascended knowledge still present in Daniel Jackson's subconscious mind, information that could possibly be a threat to her invasion, RepliCarter captured her doppelgänger's teammate. After hours of probing his mind, RepliCarter discovered the existence of the Dakara Superweapon, a device that, when altered, could be used to destroy her entire army at once. Image File history File links Replicarter-traps-daniel. ... Image File history File links Replicarter-traps-daniel. ... Daniel Jackson and a Zen Monk meditate on the complexities of Ascension. ... Daniel Jackson (b. ... Dakara Superweapon being activated. ...


However, the Replicator invasion, seen by many Jaffa as holy retribution for their blasphemy against their Gods, proved not only to be disastrous for the Goa'uld, but also caused many rebelling Jaffa to revert to their old religion. Teal'c and Bra'tac, along with many Free Jaffa, subsequently attempted to take over the Temple at Dakara, an act that they believed would prove to all Jaffa that the Goa'uld are not gods. The Jaffa are a fictional alien race, in the television series Stargate SG-1. ... Tealc [ˈtiːəlk] (born c. ... In the Stargate universe, Bratac is a former First Prime of the Goauld System Lord Apophis played by Tony Amendola; as of Season Nine, he is also a Progressive member of the High Council of the Free Jaffa Nation. ... Dakaras central Temple Dakara is a planet in the fictional Stargate universe of the science fiction series Stargate SG-1. ...


RepliCarter sent her forces to Dakara to eradicate the weapon, engaging the Jaffa rebels and Ba'al's fleet, who had turned his fleet on Dakara to drive out the Rebel Jaffa. However, Samantha Carter had also discovered the weapon, and she recognised it as the only thing capable of destroying the Replicators, being based upon the same technology as the Replicator disruptor. Baal is a fictional character in the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1, a Goauld based on the Baal of mythology. ...


However, the Replicators eventually landed on Dakara and attempted to reach the weapon. In the meantime, Daniel, whilst allowing RepliCarter to enter his mind, was able to work his way into her mind, and was able to momentarily freeze every single Replicator in the galaxy, including those on Dakara and those invading the SGC. This gave Samantha Carter enough time to alter the weapon with help from Jacob Carter/Selmak and Ba'al to send out waves that would only cause Replicators to permanently disassemble. This wave was spread over the entire galaxy via the Stargate, destroying all known Replicators, including RepliCarter, in the Milky Way galaxy. [5] Jacob Carter was a fictional character on Stargate SG-1 portrayed by Carmen Argenziano from 1998 to 2005. ... Baal is a fictional character in the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1, a Goauld based on the Baal of mythology. ...

Spoilers end here.

Trivia

Stargate Atlantis is an American science fiction television program, part of the Stargate franchise. ... Holographic map of the Pegasus Galaxy. ...

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Small Victories" (Stargate SG-1)
  2. ^ a b c d e "New Order" (Stargate SG-1)
  3. ^ a b c "Nemesis" (Stargate SG-1)
  4. ^ a b c "Menace" (Stargate SG-1)
  5. ^ a b c d "Reckoning" (Stargate SG-1)
  6. ^ "Enemies" (Stargate SG-1)
  7. ^ a b c d "Gemini" (Stargate SG-1)
  8. ^ a b c d e "Unnatural Selection" (Stargate SG-1)
  9. ^ a b "Progeny" (Stargate Atlantis)
  10. ^ "The Asurans were originally conceived of as the series' primary villains when the show was on the drawing board.. Brad Wright. Retrieved on October 30, 2006.

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In the Stargate fictional universe, the Replicators are a race of self-replicating machines, arguably one of the top two most advanced races in the Stargate universe. ... The Nobili-Pesavento 29-state approximation of von Neumanns universal constructor, with a tape of instructions extending to the right. ... The term Von Neumann machine has two seperate meanings. ... Grey goo refers to a hypothetical end-of-the-world scenario involving molecular nanotechnology in which out-of-control self-replicating robots consume all living matter on Earth while building more of themselves (a scenario known as ecophagy). ...

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Alien races in the Stargate universe Edit
 Four Great Races  Ancients, Asgard, Furling, Nox
 Humans  Tau'ri, Tollan, Aschen, Genii, Athosians, Prior
 Jaffa  Sodan, Free Jaffa, Hak'tyl, Illac Renin
  Ascended beings  Ancient, Ori
 Goa'uld  System Lords, Tok'ra, Kull Warrior
 Other  Asurans, Iratus bug, R-75, Re'ol, Re'tu, Replicator, "Spirits", Unas, Wraith
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Replicator (Stargate) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2064 words)
Replicators are driven solely by their desire to create more of themselves, and their Inter-Galactic storm of conquest is based solely upon this desire.
When the citizens of her world became aware of the capabilities of the Replicators, they were alarmed and claimed she was "built wrong." Out of fear of being destroyed, she instructed her toys to carry out the primary missions of self-preservation (of herself and them) and replication.
The human-form Replicators instead prefer to use either their massive strength, or restructure their hand into a sword with which to impale their foes; this is how both the System Lord Yu and Daniel Jackson were killed by RepliCarter.
NodeWorks - Encyclopedia: Replicator (Stargate) (1200 words)
The Replicators are a fictional mechanical race on the television series Stargate SG-1.
The Replicators are a race created by a gynoid (female android), Reese, who was retrieved from a depopulated world.
She created the first Replicator as a toy (which was under her control), but this alarmed the denizens of that world, who claimed she was 'built wrong'.
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