Goa-uld sentence example

  • After the Ancients but still thousands of years ago, the system was taken over by the Goa'uld, a race of evil parasites who enslaved humanity.
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  • The Goa'uld took human slaves from Earth and established them on suitable planets throughout the galaxy.
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  • The humans of Earth rebelled against the Goa'uld and buried the Stargate in prehistoric times.
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  • Established in an underground facility in Cheyenne Mountain, Stargate Command is a secret military base with a mission to explore other planets, make contact with humans and other races, and conduct a defensive war against the Goa'uld.
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  • In their travels to other worlds, the SG-1 team found powerful allies, including the Asgard, a spacefaring race of skinny big-eyed little grey fellowed with that classic 'alien' look, and the Tok'ra, who was the 'good guy' Goa'uld.
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  • The Tok'ra Goa'uld took human hosts who were volunteers and the relationship was symbiotic rather than parasitic.
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  • The Goa'uld were small lizard-like parasites who resided inside a (usually human) host and took over and controlled the host's body.
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  • Goa'uld had both great powers and advanced technology, much of the technology pirated from the mysterious Ancients.
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  • On the planets they controlled, the Goa'uld posed as gods and the local humans worshipped them.
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  • And like the gods of mythology, the Goa'uld also squabbled and battled among themselves.
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  • The Goa'uld provided the most consistent "villain" for the SG teams.
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