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Heru'ur's Ha'tak
Heru'ur's Ha'tak
A Ha'tak in space
Production information
Manufacturer

Heru'ur

Designer

Ptah

Class

Ha'tak

Technical specifications
Length

700m

Width

650m

Height/depth

315m

Engine unit(s)

Sublight engines

Fuel

Naquadah

Hyperdrive system

Interstellar

Power plant

Naquadah reactor

Shielding

Goa'uld Shields

Sensor systems

Goa'uld Sensors

Control systems

Pel'tak

Armament

Staff cannons

Complement

Death Gliders

Crew

12 people

Minimum crew

2 people

Passengers

2,000 maximum

Other systems

Transportation rings

Usage
Role(s)

Warship

Affiliation

Heru'ur's Ha'tak was a Ha'tak used by Heru'ur when meeting with Apophis to discuss an alliance.

DesignEdit

This Ha'tak vessel looked like all other known Ha'taks. Since it served as the mothership of a powerful System Lord, it is possible that it is superior to standard Ha'tak vessels but this has never been proven.

HistoryEdit

Two of Heru´Ur´s Ha´Taks were sent to pursuit Klorel that scaped to Tollana, where Klorel knows the Heru´Ur Ha´Taks would be destroyed by the superior Tollan Technology.

Heru'ur's Ha'tak was the personal mothership of Heru'ur, which he used during a meeting with Apophis to discuss an alliance. Before this event, Teal'c was captured on Chulak by Jaffa loyal to Heru'ur and brought upon his ship to be tortured by Terok before planning to send him to Apophis as part of a deal with him. However the Tok'ra got information about the meeting and tried to stage a war between the two System Lords. This mission was conducted by Jacob Carter together with SG-1. When Teal'c was presented to Apophis and meant to be sent to him, SG-1 tried to intercept the matter stream between the two ships to retrieve Teal'c, but failed. Luckily for them, Teal'c convinced a Jaffa named Rak'nor to help him and only Terak was sent over. With the sabotage and Teal'c not being sent over, Apophis believed that he had been betrayed and attacked Heru'ur's Hat'ak, revealing he had a cloaked fleet in the minefield. Using the superior firepower of his mothership, Apophis easily destroyed Heru'ur's ship, thus killing Heru'ur. With Heru'ur's death, Apophis absorbed his forces into his own and became more powerful than ever which unfortunately was the opposite result of what SG-1 and the Tok'ra had been hoping for. (SG1: "The Serpent's Venom")

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