SGCommand is a popular Stargate SG-1 fanfiction archive created by SGC Admin. The archive is well known for its extensive searchability and customizability, as it also features the ability to create encyclopedia-like articles about Stargate characters, devices, races, ships etc. It has been online since December 2002.
The archive currently houses over 12,000 fanfiction stories and has a total of 1.4 million words. It is also one of the few Stargate fanfiction archives that allow crossovers with other fandoms.
SGCommand was voted the Best Stargate SG-1 Fanfiction Archive by the fans in the 2006 Stargate SG-1 Fan Awards.
SGCommand is a StarGate fandom that was created in the early 1990s. The fandom centres around the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1, which aired from 1997 to 2007. SGCommand is one of the oldest and largest StarGate fandoms and has spawned numerous fanworks including fanfiction, fanart, and fanvids.
SGCommand is known for its large and active online presence, with numerous websites and forums dedicated to the fandom. The fandom has also produced several conventions, including Gatecon and AltCon, which bring together fans from all over the world. SGCommand is a close-knit community that is known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
The story of Stargate SG-1 begins not long after the events of the original feature film. As explained in the episode “Torment of Tantalus”, an alien ship was drawn to Earth by Dr Daniel Jackson’s use of a secret code contained in the gate address that sent Colonel Jack O’Neill and his team to the planet Abydos in the film. SG-1 learned of the threat through their contacts with a powerful race of aliens called the Asgard, who told them that another alien enemy known as Apophis would arrive at Earth within three years, though they were able to prevent this.”
The pilot episode (“Children of the Gods”) picks up directly after this event when Colonel Jack O’Neill is forced to replace Daniel on SG-1. However, Daniel soon returns to active duty on his home planet of Abydos, where he discovers that Anubis is using human slaves in his bid for galactic domination.
The Stargate SG-1 series finale in 2007 was a major event for the SGCommand fandom, with many fans mourning the end of the show. However, the fandom has continued to thrive over the years, with new members joining all the time. SGCommand is a thriving and active community that shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Stargate’s ongoing legacy is also evidenced by the show’s presence on Netflix, which has helped to introduce new generations of fans to the franchise. SGCommand is a vibrant and active fandom that is sure to entertain fans for many years to come.