Stargate: War Begins is a full conversion for the awesome tactical fleet simulator Nexus: The Jupiter Incident. We intend to recreate the feeling of the hit Sci-fi Tv shows Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe. Our goals are to implement all of the ships seen in the series, and the original Stargate movie, and to release a full single player campaign, with configurable ships, and all the oppurtunities Nexus can provide.

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Wraith Sonde
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timstro59 Oct 13 2010, 8:11am says:


is that a mine?

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bikkebakke Oct 13 2010, 8:21am says:

It's a sensor, in this case it should just float in space and detect any incoming ships and when it does, it will probably send back an emergency message to the owner.

At least thats my take on this sonde.

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TheGeekWithTheGun Oct 13 2010, 11:37am says:

thats pretty sweet looking, it was only seen in one episode and it was like a scout drone

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Yoda900 Oct 13 2010, 11:46am says:

Where did u see it? In wich Stargate?

Good luck getting it to work. Can't wait to use it in the game!
Keep up the good work!

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SG1Shadow Oct 13 2010, 10:19pm replied:

Stargate atlantis in 2 episodes actually. It is in a season 1 episode where the jumper crashes because of that device that disables electronics to protect the kids from the wraith and in the episode where Ronon is captured by the villagers and made a runner again in return for the village to never be culled. Wraith of course lied. Can't trust a Wraith. Well maybe Todd on a good day.

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kowkillar Oct 13 2010, 12:12pm says:

Looks cool.

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stanmart Oct 13 2010, 2:45pm says:

Looks cool, but I think you meant a _probe_ :D
("sonde" sounds similar to the Hungarian word "szonda", which means probe in English)

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Cornflakes_91 Apr 4 2011, 9:24am replied:

or it could MAYBE mean the german word for probe ^^

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bikkebakke Oct 13 2010, 6:39pm says:

sonde = probably just laying in one place or patrolling a certain area, constantly scanning for any intruder

probe = flying around in uncharted(uncontrolled) areas looking for something, someone, anyone

depends all on what it's supposed to do, I reckon it could do both, well... if it doesn't have some kind of hyperdrive then it would most likely suck as a probe since any ship would be able to be faster than that thing, unless it travels by stargates at the ground.

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php_bg Oct 13 2010, 8:04pm says:

Face it, "sonde" == "probe".
As for what they wanted it to mean - that may be a completely different story.

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Mularac Oct 30 2010, 6:18pm replied:

hahahah that as a programmer made me laugh :P

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ConnerCrest Jun 25 2011, 6:17pm says:

Its a Kino from sgu!!!!! not a probe....

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ConnerCrest Jun 25 2011, 6:19pm replied:

oh wait nvm

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Based on a sonde from SGA 1x06.

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