Horus

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This article is about the Horus guard from Stargate, the movie. For the Goa'uld System Lord, see Heru'ur. For other uses, see Horus (disambiguation).
Horus
Horus in Stargate.jpg
Biographical information
Death 1995 (killed by Jack O'Neill)
Abydos naquadah mine
Gender
Species Human
Socio-political information
Occupation Horus guard
Allegiance Ra
Out of Stargate universe information
Portrayed by Djimon
First appearance Stargate

Horus was a Horus guard who plegded allegiance to Ra. He has been killed by Colonel Jack O'Neill on Abydos in 1995.

Biography

Horus was an Horus guard who pledged allegiance to the Goa'uld Supreme System Lord Ra. Among humans, he impersonated Egyptian gods thanks to his helmet with an eagle shape.

Character's evolution

Stargate (1995)

Horus is part of the capture of Colonel Jack O'Neill and Doctor Daniel Jackson, and bring them to Ra inside his pyramid-shaped spaceship. There, Ra orders them to reveal themselves to the humans. Pressing a button on the side of his helmet, the latter retracts and reveals a human face. The Horus guards kneel before Ra, and force O'Neill and Jackson to do so.

The next day, after a failed execution where O'Neill, Jackson, Kawalsky and Ferretti escaped, Ra interrogates his guards, especially Anubis and Horus. Horus reveals that some kids helped them to escape. Then, worried, Anubis and him assist to the execution of another guard, thrown to a wall and killed with a Goa'uld hand device woren by Ra.

Later, in the Abydos naquadah mine, Horus, covered with his helmet, approches one people struggling with a heavy load. He orders him and beats him with his staff weapon. Then, he is surrounded by the kids and O'Neill's team. O'Neill fires a blast on him with a staff weapon at blank point, killing him instantly. Kasuf argues with his son Skaara as he brings disaster to them. Daniel Jackson asks Kasuf to take a good look to his "god", and pushes a button on Horus' helmet. The helmet retracts, revealing Horus' face, a human face.

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