Location of AtlantisEdit

How did Michael find the new location of Atlantis? He knew it in The Last Man and The Prodigal. — Anubis 10545 03:58, 29 June 2008 (UTC)

He didn't know it in The Last Man but he probably got it from the Jumper he stole. Unsigned comment by WarGrowlmon18 (talk • contribs).
Yes he did. On the Phoenix, Carter told Rodney to do anything he could to increase Atlantis' shield's efficiency (as Michael could attack). And Woolsey said something like: We need one ship in orbit at all times for defensive purposes, and Also: The IOA thinks it's unlikely Michael will launch an unprovoked attack. So that seems like they're saying he knows where Atlantis is.—Anubis 10545 04:11, 9 November 2008 (UTC)
Doesn't mean he knew right then and that was the future anyway so its possible he learned it in that future. I think they were just being cautious in caase he did learn and decided to attack. Unsigned comment by WarGrowlmon18 (talk • contribs).

Is Michael really dead? Edit

Did Michael really die on that tower??? I think so but he has a bad habit of surviving. I almost couldn't believe it when he was finally killed. I believe he's dead but I want other people's opinions. Unsigned comment by WarGrowlmon18 (talk • contribs).

There's arguments both ways. On the death side, he fell a really, really long way. And if they were to hint at his survival, I expected someone to comment that his body hadn't been found, the kind of way they commented that he may have stolen the jumper to escape his ship. However, they didn't comment. On the survival side, he didn't hit a damn thing on the way down (I expected him to maybe bounce off the tower), they didn't show an impact, and there looked to be a pool at the bottom of his drop. I'm leaning towards death, but perhaps he'll reappear in a movie. —Ka'lel 01:51, 9 November 2008 (UTC)

Clone? That Michael could have been a clone, think about it he cloned Becket and was going to clone Teyla's baby. He could have pulled a Baal and made clones of himself. He should of known better that his ass would have been kicked only by bringing a half dozen men with him to Atlantis. Since it is the end of the series the writers probably wanted to tie up loose ends but i thought Micheal would be smarter then what happened. Unsigned comment by WarGrowlmon18 (talk • contribs).

Could very well be a clone. They did say the series would not end on a cliffhanger, but if they're looking for an established antagonist for the Atlantis movie, there's no one better than Michael Kenmore. Maybe Todd, but something tells me there'll be a happier ending for him. Off-topic sidenote: Please sign your name (if you're a registered user) to differentiate comments and so I know who I'm talking to =) —Ka'lel 04:07, 9 November 2008 (UTC)
They said the Wraith aren't going to be wiped out by the end. The movie'll probably finish them off. Oh and it's WarGrowlmon18, I'm the one that posted the question about Michael's survival in the first place but I have no idea how to do that name signing thing. Unsigned comment by WarGrowlmon18 (talk • contribs).
Signing your name is actually very easy: Just type four tildes (like this: ~~~~) after your message. The Wiki software will automatically subsititute it with your username and the date and time of your posting. On topic: So long as I don't see a dead body I'll just assume he's now a POW. - Bell'Orso 10:13, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

I read that yes, he is in fact dead. Apparently on Joe Malozii's (don't know how to spell that) blog he said that they decided to wrap up the Michael storyline with this episode so he is in fact dead from the sounds of that. Unsigned comment by WarGrowlmon18 (talk • contribs).

Michael, born Lastlight Edit

I'm going to change this article to reflect Michael's current name. After Lastlight was kidnaped by the Tau'ri, he was given the name Michael Kenmore, which he eventually shortened to just Michael.

Since he was called Michael by Tau'ri, Wraith, and his own subjects (and he even referred to himself as Michael) it should be assumed that he changed his name when he became a hybrid. As such he should be referred to by his current name, not his birth name.

An example, Temüjin was Genghis Khan's birth name, but no one called him that after the became founder and Great Khan (emperor) of the Mongol Empire. --Uriel718 (talk) (Contribs) 14:24, March 8, 2015 (UTC)

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