|Point of origin|
|Number of suns||2|
Present : Jaffa|
Previously : Goa'uld
Present : Free Jaffa Nation|
Previously : Goa'uld
|History of Stargate||Active|
|Out of Stargate universe information|
|First appearance||"Children of the Gods"|
Races living on Chulak
People from Chulak
Locations on Chulak
Following Apophis' assault on Abydos, a wounded Major Ferretti has enough strength to memorize a Stargate address entered by Apophis himself. The newly formed SG-1 and SG-2 teams, led by Colonel Jack O'Neill and Major Charles Kawalsky respectively, go there. While SG-2 is establishing a base camp, SG-1 do some recon on the field. They meet a group of monks leading them to the city of Chulak. There, they finaly encouter Apophis and Sha're who has been possessed by a Goa'uld symbiote. The Serpent guards neutralize them.
In the prison of Chulak, they meet Skaara, but the latter is taken by the Goa'uld to become a child of the gods. When Apophis orders to kill all the remaining prisoners, Teal'c, Apophis' First Prime, turns his staff weapon against his fellow Jaffa and helps O'Neill to free the prisoners.
Apophis and all the Goa'uld with him (including Sha're and Skaara) get to the Stargate and enter an address. While a death glider attemps to shoot all the prisoners, Kawalsky and his team shoot it down. Seeing the destruction of the ship, Apophis and his queen escape through the Stargate, followed by the remaining Goa'uld. Then SG-1, SG-2, and Teal'c fight back the Serpent guards while the prisoners escape through the Stargate to the SGC. Kawalsky, O'Neill, and a wounded Casey are the last to pass through. While some Serpent guards try to follow them the iris closes and they crush on the arrival.
A Goa'uld larva has taken Major Kawalsky during the firefight on Chulak. After an unsuccessfull attempt to remove the symbiote, the Goa'uld enters the Chulak address on the dialing computer, and leads to the Stargate room. Teal'c fights him there and Colonel O'Neill asks Teal'c to hold Kawalsky's head in the event horizon while he orders MSgt. Walter Harriman to shut down the Stargate. Part of Kawalsky's brain disappears, killing both Kawalsky and the Goa'uld.