SG-11 failed to report regularly while mining trinium, a vital mineral for earth's defense against the goa'uld. SG-1 finds them missing, all traces cease at the site of arrow-heads made from trinium. Then they are all sedated by such arrow and brought to the village of Tonané, whose earthly tribal ancestry Daniel identifies by its animal totems, however soon awake and released, even returned their guns and promised to get their friends back too from the wolf spirit T'akaya and the raven-shaped supreme spirit Xe'ls. The council of elders refuses to allow resuming the mining, which is disrespectful to nature, but Tonané is delegated to be shown alternatives on earth. Both teams return to star-base, or so it appears- in fact SG-11 is a series of incarnated spirits, who are soon convinced the earthlings are most untrustworthy... Written by
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The spirit name of T'akaya was taken from the Tsleil-Waututh word takaya, which means wolf. The Tseil-Waututh territories include Vancouver, where Stargate SG-1 was filmed. See more
After Tekiyah in disguise as a wolf lets a few soldiers disappear who are running towards the wolf in a hallway, you can clearly see a hand signaling the wolf to continue walking towards it. See more
She's right there.
I can only see a wolf, Tonané. A-A beautiful animal, granted, but not a spirit.
You can't see the wind either, Sam, but you know it's there. You can hear it, you can feel it, you can see its effects on the trees. It's the same with the spirits. You see a wolf, but T'akaya is there.
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