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Tok'ra Tel'tak
Tok'ra Tel'tak
Production information
Manufacturer

Goa'uld

Designer

Ptah

Class

Tel'tak

Technical specifications
Length

15 meters

Width

10 meters

Height/depth

6.5 meters

Engine unit(s)

Sublight engines

Fuel

Naquadah

Hyperdrive system

Limited Interstellar

Shielding

Goa'uld Shields

Sensor systems

Goa'uld Sensors

Countermeasures

Cloaking device

Crew
  • Pilot
  • Co-pilot
Passengers

25 maximum

Cargo capacity

35,000 kilograms

Other systems
Usage
Role(s)

Transport ship

Year introduced

1999

Affiliation

Tok'ra Tel'tak was a Tel'tak that the Tok'ra Jolinar of Malkshur stole from Sokar, later used by the Tok'ra. It was later used on SG-1's mission to Netu.

HistoryEdit

When Jolinar of Malkshur was imprisoned on Sokar's hellish prison moon, Netu,she used the Lord of Netu, Bynarr, in order to escape. She ringed to Delmak, then commandeered this Tel'tak and flew it to the Tok'ra base. After this incident, the Tok'ra used this Tel'tak as their own. When Jacob Carter/Selmak was captured and imprisoned on Netu, the Tok'ra sent Martouf to enlist the help of SG-1, especially Major Samantha Carter, the last host to Jolinar of Malkshur, the only person to ever escape Netu. The group used this Tel'tak to travel to Netu where all of SG-1 (except Teal'c) and Martouf travel to Netu's surface in Escape pods. There, the group is captured once Carter identifies herself as a former host to Jolinar and are reunited with Jacob who passes on his information to Teal'c through a Short range communicator. Using the distraction of an uprising coming from Bynarr's death, the team tried to escape through the Transportation rings to the ship, but were captured by Naonak who revealed himself to really be Apophis. At the same time, Teal'c was forced to flee the system after being cornered by two Death Gliders and hearing a message from Apophis and returns to Vorash to alert the Tok'ra and get some help for a rescue. The Tok'ra, disturbed by the information of Sokar's forces, come up with a plan to kill him: they know he'll take his Ha'tak into Netu's orbit to put down the uprising before attacking the System Lords so they plan to launch a weapon into Netu's core that will destroy the moon and Sokar's ship, killing him. Teal'c and the Tok'ra Aldwin arrive and Aldwin launches the weapon against Teal'c's wishes, starting Netu's destabilization which will take twelve minutes. SG-1, Jacob and Martouf manage to make it to the rings which Martouf successfully hotwires and they ring aboard the Tel'tak once Teal'c gets into position. Netu explodes, destroying Sokar's Ha'tak and killing Sokar, but Apophis manages to use the ship's rings to escape to Delmak where he takes over control of Sokar's vast forces, restoring Apophis to a position of power once again. (SG1: "Jolinar's Memories", "The Devil You Know")

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