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Daughter of Aries

By superfreak330

Humor / Romance

Shocking Discovery

"I'm afraid I still do not understand the meaning of this game, Mitchell." stated Teal'c. 

"What's there to understand? It's simple. All you do is try to get the big yellow circle to eat all the smaller white circles, before the ghosts eat you." explained Cameron.

"How is it that the yellow dot can move, when it has no legs? And why can't the white dots move as well? Also, why would ghosts want to eat a yellow circle? Are not ghosts dead?"

Mitchell sighed, pausing the game. "Yes Teal'c, they are."

"How can something that is dead need to eat?" questioned Teal'c, raising an eyebrow in confusion.

"Look I really think you're thinking too hard about th-"

All of the sudden Mitchell was cut short by the sound of the base's alarm.

"Attention, off world activation." stated the voice over the loudspeakers.

Not bothering to turn off the game, Mitchell and Teal'c left the game room and ran down the hall towards the gate room.

"Expecting someone?" Mitchell asked General Landry upon entering the control room.

"No Colonel, I'm afraid not." replied the General.

"Sir, it's the Tok'ra." stated the (control room) attendant.

"The Tok'ra?" questioned Dr. Jackson. "What do they want?"

"I don't know Dr. Jackson, but I intend to find out." answered Landry. "Open the iris."

As the iris to the stargate opened, Selmak stepped through the event horizon.

In the Briefing Room…

"Sorry to come so unexpectedly, but we've found something that might be of your interest." stated Selmak as he sat down with the others at the table.

"Such as?" questioned Mitchell.

"Upon receiving a most interesting tip, a Tok'ra recon team was sent to investigate a possible Goa'uld base of operations on P3X-0415." Selmak answered. "What our tem found was some type of genetics lab, much like that of P3X-584."

Upon hearing this, Samantha's eyes seemed to light up. "You mean like the one Anubis was using to create a Goa'uld-human crossbreed?" she asked.

"Was not that lab destroyed?" asked Teal'c.

Selmak nodded in reply. "Yes, however unlike the lab on P3X-584 this lab seemed to be designed to crossbreed Goa'uld and Ancient DNA."

"Ancient?" questioned Mitchell.

"But how did the Goa'uld get a hold of the Ancient DNA?" asked Daniel.

"That has yet to be discovered Dr. Jackson, as the scientist who's lab it was encrypted his research." noted Selmak.

"And you'd like Dr. Jackson here to help you decipher it, is that right?" inquired Landry.

"Yes." Answered Selmak. "If it were not much trouble, I'd like it if SG-1 was to look into the situation and report back with any findings."

General Landry nodded in agreement. "I don't see why we couldn't be of assistance." he stated. "So long as I have your word that what SG-1 finds is to be shared by both the Tok'ra and Stargate Command."

"Yes, you have my word." Selmak smiled.

Half an hour later, In the Gate Room…

"Do you recognize the significance of such a finding?" Dr. Jackson asked Mitchell as he finished suiting up.

Cameron cocked an eyebrow at the eager scientist. "No, but I have a feeling you're gunna tell me anyways."

Daniel glared back at him disappointingly as the last chevron locked in place.

"Chevron seven encoded, we have a lock." stated the attendant as the wormhole opened.

"SG-1, you have a go." announced General Landry. "Good luck."

As SG-1 stepped through the gate they entered into a dimly lit libratory.

Fascinated, Daniel eagerly went to work on interfacing his laptop with the labs main computer.

"Reminds me of the old Frankenstein movies." joked Mitchell.

"Indeed." stated Teal'c as he surveyed the room.

"While Jackson is busy deciphering over there, why don't Teal'c and I do a little recon?" suggested Mitchell. "I'd like to have a look around before we leave."

Sam nodded. "You two go ahead, I'll stay here and help Daniel."

As they looked around, Teal'c and Mitchell found several side rooms with "people pods" like that Khalek was found in. Most of which housed several decomposing corpses of failed experiments.

Several hours later Daniel had finally decoded the lab's research.

"Yes!" he exclaimed happily.

"See, I knew you could do it." smiled Sam.

"So Doc, what'd you find?" Mitchell asked.

"Well from the looks of it, Selmak was right. It would appear that this lab was being used by Aries, before he was killed, to create the ultimate warrior. Only unlike Anubis, Aries used Ancient DNA mixed with that of his own to create several solders." answered Daniel.

"Looks like a botched experiment to me." stated Mitchell.

"It would appear so." replied Dr. Jackson. "Except for the fact that twenty years ago Aries finally succeeded in making one of these warriors, only to be found out by a rival Goa'uld."

"So Aries makes a super-solder then it gets killed by his enemy?" questioned Cameron.

Dr. Jackson shook his head. "No, it says here that the solder he created was still in its infant state. So to preserve it until he could come back and claim it again, he gave it to one of his Lo'taur, Almie. At which time she took the infant and fled with it to…"

"Where? She fled with it to where?" Mitchell inquired.

"Earth." answered Dr. Jackson. "She took the infant to Earth."

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