A Hive Ship is a massive Wraith mothership capable of carrying unknown hundreds of Wraith along with their dart fighters. Large parts of their internal structure are used to house stasis cocoons from where Humans may be stored for later feeding. There are a number of corridors within the large vessel with a fine mist covering the floor. (ATL: "Rising") Hive Ships are one of the largest ships known to exist, being roughly thirteen time greater than its main combatant, Earth's304.
Despite their size, Hive Ships are quite capable of entering a planet’s atmosphere and landing. They are even capable of surviving for countless centuries in such conditions to the point where vegetation and the planet's environment can grow around them. This did not affect the ship as it was quite capable of achieving space flight and combat, suffering little, if any, adverse affects. (Read more...)
In addition to film and television, the Stargate franchise has expanded into other media, including books, video games, and comic books. These supplements to the film and television series have resulted in significant development of the show's fictional universe and mythology. In 2008, the films Stargate: The Ark of Truth and Stargate: Continuum were released direct-to-DVD, which in total grossed over 21 million in the United States. In 2002, the franchise's first animated series, Stargate Infinity, was released as an introduction to the Expanded Universe. In 2004, Stargate Atlantis was released as a spin-off from Stargate SG-1. The newest Stargate spin-off series, entitled Stargate Universe, began airing on October 2, 2009. (Read more...)
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