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Lucy
Lucy
1 year ago

Curiously the Fandemonium SG-1 books (which are considered part of the canon) go over this in some way (the apocalypse novels in particular) , apparently the Goa’uld release a compound into their hosts (ostensibly Naquada as it’s the only thing known to be released into to host body) that is toxic to the Wraith making it impossible for them to feed on a Goa’uld host without dying, now that likely means that if a Goa’uld takes a Wraith as it’s host it will be releasing toxins into the Wraith’s body, killing it and making the Goa’uld have to move to… Read more »

Kacper
Kacper
1 year ago
Reply to  Lucy

Goa’ulds from there mother planet, that they shared with Unas, didn’t had the Naquadah in their system yet, only ones that came into contact with the sarcophagus technology, so as the Wraiths have human descendants they should be easly used as hosts by the “Snakes”.
Only condition was that they need to originate from the home planet, do they would be a little dummer than the offworld ones but still powerfull combo innmy opinion.

Jay
Jay
1 year ago

I reckon if a goa’uld can take a being as powerful as Adria as a host then it could definitely take a wraith as one.

PingaSchmertz
PingaSchmertz
1 year ago

I wonder if a Tok’ra could have blended with an Asgard and cured their genetic degradation.

Yaroslav
Yaroslav
1 year ago
Reply to  PingaSchmertz

Their healing ability is purely hormonsl. They can control regeneration, control immune system and therefore banish cancer, but they can’t fight telomere issue.

But ironic enough, the tech made by human-wraith hybrid could solve the problem

Ian
Ian
1 year ago

In my opinion it could take over a wraith easily. The bigger question would they be able to sustain it and personally I’d think the hive mind would either kill th we host or “kick it out”

RygelXVI
RygelXVI
1 year ago
Reply to  Ian

Or the hive would see the advantage of the rich feeding grounds that the goauld would bring them too. In essence it would be tolerated till they are well onbtheir way and then killed for it would also pose a threat to wraith superiority. The symbiote would have to alter the wraith biology on feeding( we know what happened to michael and those who were converted and rhen reverted)

Ian MACWILLIAM
Ian MACWILLIAM
1 year ago
Reply to  RygelXVI

Yes. The hive would win in the end.

Deondre
Deondre
1 year ago

I always wonder why they did not realize that they was fighting clones. And the asgard did not look into how the Rath was using cloning technology?

Edward
Edward
1 year ago

Would the Ori see the Waith as an immediate threat or challenge?

Godmy
11 months ago
Reply to  Edward

HALLOWED … are the Ori!

Troy
Troy
1 year ago

But wouldn’t the symboit try to cure the wraith of the actual disease that created it thereby turning it human like they did to Micheal in the show Atlantas

Daryl
Daryl
1 year ago

This is a no brainer!
Baal took Adria as a host ….. A human on the verge of ascension!
I think that covers all arguments

Michael
Michael
1 year ago
Reply to  Daryl

Keyword being human. Advanced sure but still just a human.

jkwak
jkwak
1 year ago

personally, i think they can definetly take Wraith as host, uf they can actually take over the host is another question, a mindless drone absolutely, an officer? maybe, a Queen NO absolutly not, in case of the Queen they would probably be trapped and decide to leave the Host (considering how durable Wraith are not killing them even if they try) unless the they made a deal with the Host and form a Tokra like relationship between Symbiote and Host. If the Symbiote Cant leave the wraith queen and control, the wraith queen gain access to Goauld knowledge… and i… Read more »