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Apophis' host

Apophis' host

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{{Infobox Character |name=Apophis' host |image=250px">250px |race=Tau'ri |home planet=Earth |gender=Male |born= |died=
  • 1998 ({{C|later revived}}
  • 2001
  • |rank= |allegiances=Temple of Amun |appearances=Stargate SG-1<br>
  • "Serpent's Song"<br>*"Forever in a Day" {{m}}
    <br>*"Resurrection" {{m}}
  • |actor=Peter Williams}} Apophis' host, a man from ancient Egypt, was taken by the Goa'uld symbiote known as Apophis.


    Background information

    He was once a scribe in the Temple of Amun at Karnak, with a wife and children before being used as a host. For thousands of years, he endured an unending nightmare, his mind trapped within his body and longing for release. {{Cite|SG1|Serpent's Song}}


    When Apophis escaped from Sokar in 1999, the host, for perhaps the first time in millennia, was able to take control and told SG-1 of his torture. Moments before he died, Daniel Jackson performed an Egyptian ritual whereby the host's soul would be preserved in a Shabti statue and returned to Egypt. However, his nightmare began again as Sokar revived Apophis with a sarcophagus. {{Cite|SG1|Serpent's Song|The Devil You Know}}


    Two years later, in 2001, Apophis' Ha'tak eventually crashed onto Delmak which not only ended Apophis' life but that of his host, finally putting an end to the host's suffering. {{Cite|SG1|Enemies}}
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