What episode does Asgard meet Stargate?
SG-1 travels to a planet whose people are allies of the Asgard.
What happened to the Asgard in Stargate SG1?
Extinction of the Ida Asgard Their final attempts to repair the genetic degradation caused by continuous re-cloning failed, and unwilling to allow their technology to be plundered by other races, the Asgard decided to commit mass suicide and destroy their planet, but not without passing on their legacy.
Who are the Asgard?
The Asgard were a highly evolved humanoid race, and were original members of the Great Alliance of four races. It was said about them: “They are a friend to all and protector of all, except the Goa’uld with whom they are at war.” They had a long-standing interest in Earth and human civilizations.
Where are the Asgard from?
The Asgard evolved on the planet Othala, in the Ida galaxy. Their collected history and culture would span 100,000 years. They began exploring outside their galaxy around 28,000 BC.
Do all Asgardians live so long?
While humans generally perceive them as immortal, Odin has pointed out they are not. Loki noted that, even though they are not truly immortal, Asgardians live much longer, “give or take 5,000 years”. Asgardians age as humans do for the first 20-or-so years of their lives.
Who is the voice of Thor on Stargate?
Michael Shanks does appear as the voice of Thor. This is the last episode where Michael Shanks would be listed in the main cast until season 7.
Did the Asgard ascend?
No, they lost the ability to do so through their pursuit of scientific technology to prolong their lives.
Can humans go to Asgard?
The most favorite place that the Norsemen wanted to spend their afterlife was definitely Asgard. It was located up in the top of Yggdrasil and there dwelled the Gods. There was the only gateway from Midgard to Asgard in Norse mythology, Bifrost the Rainbow Bridge.
Why is Asgard Not a Planet?
It is not round like the Earth, does not spin on its axis, and does not revolve around a star. It is a flat, asteroid-like mass that has a top surface with a gravitational pull, similar to that of the Earth, in order to keep the citizens and their cities from floating into the void.
Who built Asgard?
Asgard was one of the Nine Worlds created by Odin and his brothers, and it was the name of the home of Aesir gods and goddesses. Dozen or more palaces or halls were built within Asgard belonging to the gods, with Odin residing in great hall called Valaskjalf.
Do Asgardians need to eat?
The Golden Apples of Immortality possess many magical properties. However, they do not grant true immortality – they only slow down aging. As a result, Asgardians must regularly eat the apples to maintain the appearance of immortality.
Can Asgardians get drunk?
Like the aforementioned Valkyrie, Asgardians can get drunk. In Thor: Ragnarok, Valkyrie is first seen stumbling and falling down drunk. It can then be assumed that even though Thor possesses godly powers, he could also reach that level of intoxication.
What happens in Asgard in Stargate SG-1?
Fair Game – Thor and the Asgard mediate negotiations between Earth and the Goa’uld System Lords, allowing Earth to be included in the Protected Planets Treaty. Point of View – SG-1 helps the SGC in an alternate universe contact the Asgard, who rescue Earth from Apophis’s invasion.
How did the Asgard reproduce in Stargate Atlantis?
(Stargate Atlantis 2.20 “Allies”, 2.06 “Thor’s Chariot”, 3.22 “Nemesis Part 1”, 4.01 “Small Victories Part 2”) For some time before their extinction, the Asgard reproduced exclusively through a process of enhanced cellular mitosis; they’d been incapable of cellular division through meiosis for nearly a thousand years.
Why did Thor come to Earth in Stargate?
Disclosure – Thor arrives on Earth to defend the U.S. military’s operation of the Stargate program, and to outfit the Prometheus with Asgard shields and weapons as a thanks for SG-1’s efforts.
Who are the gods and goddesses of Asgard?
One of Earth’s most powerful allies, the ancient and benevolent Asgard were aware of the Tau’ri for some time. They assumed the personae of Norse gods on many worlds, including Cimmeria (protected by Thor’s Hammer ), and K’Tau, a more progressive world but still heavily immersed in Norse beliefs.