Stargate SG-1 - Tok’ra - Marnon.
Marnon is a Tok’ra who probably works with Freya/Anise. When she arrived to test the Atanik armbands on SG-1, Marnon accompanied her.
We do not know if Marnon is the host or the symbiote.
We have seen Marnon in the episode: “Upgrades”. Marnon is played by an uncredited actor.
Sam: “The clue for 7 down is ‘Celestial Body’ and he wrote ‘Uma Thurman’”
Stargate SG-1 - Children of the Gods - S01xE01 - Screencaps
5596 (unsorted, unedited) caps / 1024x576 / jpg format. Source: DVD
The caps are named ChildrenOfTheGods_XXXXX - ChildrenOfTheGodsIV_XXXXX, since I had problems with VLC.
Note: the zip-files are uploaded to hotfile, and if they are not downloaded at least once every 90 days, they may get deleted. Just me if you find that has happened, and I can probably re-upload.
Favourite Stargate SG-1 episode - 4x06
↳ Window of Opportunity
I made a thing…
A Tok’ra host :)
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Stargate SG-1 - Tok’ra - Malek.
Malek was a base commander of the Tok’ra outpost in the Risa system, and an influential member of the Tok’ra resistance movement.
He has had several dealings with the SGC. He is very strong-willed and determined, and the Tok’ra cause is extremely important for him.
He cooperates well enough with the Tau’ri, but has little patience with the free Jaffa, as is the case for many of the Tok’ra. This is due to the fact that the Tok’ra hosts are often from planets that have been subjugated by the Jaffa, and also that most Tok’ra that has been killed over the time, has been so by the Jaffa.
When his life was saved by Bra’tac, he was able to see further than his own misconceptions, and admit to his errors.
He is a competent biochemist, and was later able to help develop the tretonin which freed the Jaffa from their dependence on Goa’uld larvae.
When his queen mother, Egeria, was found, he met her before she died.
We do not know the name of Malek’s host.
We have seen Malek in the episodes: “Allegiance” and “Cure”. Malek is played by Peter Stebbings.
Stargate SG-1 - Tok’ra - Lantash.
Lantash has been shown to have many different duties, from diplomat, to runner for the Council, to guard, to being sent on rescue missions.
He was the mate of Jolinar for almost one hundred years. During this time, Rosha was Jolinar’s host at least some of the time, and Martouf was Lantash’s host at least some of the time.
Lantash is intelligent, and very passionate in his ideas. He loves Samantha Carter as deeply as he once loved Jolinar. Since Tok’ra love as one, Martouf shares these feelings.
Martouf is wise and kind, as well as usually much more controlled and calm than Lantash.
Martouf and Lantash have a truly symbiotic relationship. Despite their differences, they are a good match, and compliment each other in many ways.
They have been on missions with SG-1, as well as come to the aid of the SGC on several occasions. They are generally well liked, and friendly. They are sympathetic to the Tau’ri, perhaps partially because of their fondness for Samantha Carter.
Martouf/Lantash became a zatarc ( a brainwashed assassin), and attempted to kill the US president during the signing of a treaty. They were shot, with Sam firing the shot that seemed to kill them. They did not die, but were placed in stasis. However, at some point the Tok’ra decided not to risk letting Lantash attempt to heal Martouf, and removed Lantash and allowed Martouf to die. Sam accused them of doing this because they wanted to examine the brain of a zatarc victim, rather than because they did not think Lantash could heal him.
Lantash survived, and healed slowly in a healing tank. When he was almost ready to take a new host, Zipacna attacked the planet, and his healing tank was destroyed. He took the mortally wounded Kevin Elliot of the Tau’ri as his new host, but he was too weak to heal him.
After telling Sam of Lantash’s feelings for her, Elliot and Lantash volunteered to take symbiote poison to the Jaffa, so SG-1 and Jacob/Selmak could escape when the Jaffa (and Elliot/Lantash) had died.
An AU version of Martouf/Lantash came through from one of the parallel universes, at a later time. They had joined the SGC and SG-1 in order to be closer to Sam. After she left them for someone else, they stayed on SG-1, fighting together with the Tau’ri.
We have seen Lantash in the episodes (with Martouf as host, unless otherwise mentioned): “Tok’ra I”, “Tok’ra II”, “Serpent’s Song”, “Jolinar’s Memories”, “The Devil You Know”, “Divide and Conquer”, “Summit” (with Lt. Elliot as his host), “Last Stand” (with Lt. Elliot as his host), “Ripple Effect”. Lantash is played by Jr Bourne and Courtenay J. Stevens. He is the Tok’ra that has been in the second most episodes.
Stargate SG-1 - Tok’ra - Korra.
Korra posed as a minor Goa’uld loyal to Sokar, using the alias Keltar. However, Sokar discovered Korra was not loyal to him, and he had to flee.
Sokar then sent a bounty hunter (Aris Boch) after Korra. Fortunately for Korra, SG-1 had been captured by Aris Boch (who wanted to turn them in for bounty money) .
Aris Boch forced SG-1 to help him capture the presumed Goa’uld. However, SG-1 had already met and become friends with the Tok’ra, and Sam recognized Korra from Jolinar’s memories.
They managed to convince Aris Boch to let them all go - including Korra - when he realized that Korra would rather sacrifice himself than risk his fellow Tok’ra. This was something a Goa’uld would never do, and Aris Boch realized the Tok’ra were real, and different from the Goa’uld.
We do not know the name of Korra’s host.
We have seen Korra in the episode: “Deadman Switch”. Korra is played by .Mark Holden.