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Atlantis' new member of staff proves to be an unwelcome interference in verifying disturbing Intel on the Wraith. Sheppard's regular contact, kept too busy by his Queen, is of no use and, already frayed, tempers reach boiling point. Teyla participates in a potentially deadly meditation to unlock her memory. Will she discover the truth is a key to freedom – and will she still hear a desperate cry for help?

Published: 19 Mar 2009 Updated: 20 Mar 2009
Story Notes:Dialogue adaptations from the actual show are done with an attitude of respect to the writers. The original works remain the property of Carl Binder, Joe Mallozzi, Paul Mullie, and Alan McCullough. Thanks to GoSpikey for Beta.

1. Act 1 by cedargrove [ - ] (18325 words)
My deepest respect also goes to the talented actors that brought to life the characters we see in Stargate Atlantis. My portrayal of the characters here is based on my perception of the work of Joe Flanigan, Jason Momoa, Rachel Luttrell, Paul McGillion, David Hewlett, Amanda Tapping, Robert Picardo, Christopher Heyerdahl and Connor Trinneer. Without these people and those that came before them, there would have been no Atlantis as we know it today.

Other assorted original characters (i.e. those that don't really appear in the show) are my own creation, and they, along with the original material presented here are Eirian Phillips 2008.

There may be other virtual seasons of SGA out there in cyberspace. Some may even be unofficially official. However, as a writer, I don't believe that this should discourage others from having their own ideas about things. Mine are presented here.

Characters and events are purely fictitious, and any similarity to anyone living, transformed, dead, cloned or in any alternate universe or timeline is entirely coincidental.
Published: 19 Mar 2009 Updated: 19 Mar 2009

2. Act 2 by cedargrove [ - ] (12979 words)

Published: 19 Mar 2009 Updated: 19 Mar 2009

3. Act 3 by cedargrove [ - ] (8639 words)

Published: 19 Mar 2009 Updated: 19 Mar 2009

4. Act 4 & 5 by cedargrove [ - ] (14971 words)

Published: 19 Mar 2009 Updated: 19 Mar 2009