Title: All That Slithers Is Goa'uld Author(s) Jinngerbread and Lithiniel Characters Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, OC's, Stargate SG-1 Team Summary: Six months after the events in Gate Crashin' Namtar has solidified his control of the System Lords. Determined to crush all in his way, the now self-proclaimed Goa'uld leader has sinister plans for the Jedi and the entire galaxy. Authors Notes: Hey gang, we're back! Took us long enough, we know, but rest assured we are going to have one exciting adventure! The prologue is a bit of a shorty but rather than keeping you guys waiting longer, we decided to go ahead and post. As always we welcome your feedback and comments! Enjoy! Prologue Namtar had long since moved into the quarters Ba'al had been using; they were far superior even to his own, affording him a brilliant view of the stars and a complete tactical command center. He never needed to be on the Pel'tak, but that was where he spent most of his time. It kept morale up. Today he sat in an ornate throne, his eyes closed in deep concentration. He'd meant to meditate, but thoughts kept interrupting him. Namtar was pleased -- very pleased -- that the System Lords had been wise enough to accept his offer. Not that he'd left them much choice: Yu and Bastet had served as prime examples of why his will should not be thwarted. When they had disappeared, the others fell into line quickly. But there was something else weighing on him. Namtar had been able, through a network of spies, to keep tabs on his host's master, Qui-Gon Jinn. At least until recently. Suddenly, the Jedi Master had dropped altogether from sight, not even using his comm. Qui-Gon had gone dark, and that didn't bode well. If Qui-Gon was involved, one could always bet that would mean trouble. His host's maverick teacher was a sore spot he wasn't sure what to do about, exactly. He needed to bring the Master to him, but thus far, he was not able to locate him, even through the abilities of his host, much to the host's delight and his own annoyance. Still, that did not mean there weren't ways that he could do so. He had his own methods of persuasion just as well as anyone. He smiled. He had all of the hosts memories at his command. He knew Qui-Gon's weaknesses as well as his strengths. He would find the Master. Find him, and take him for his own.