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'''Leda Kane''' was a citizen of the [[Rand Protectorate]] and the wife of [[Jared Kane]]. In [[2004]], she took care of [[Daniel Jackson]] when the latter was badly wounded after the bombing of the [[Rand capital]] by the [[Caledonian Federation]]'s missiles. She died of the [[Ori plague]] in [[2005]] after she refused to embrace [[Origin]].
'''Leda Kane''' was a [[Rand Protectorate]] citizen and the wife of [[Jared Kane]]. In [[2004]], she took care of [[Daniel Jackson]] when the latter was badly wounded after the bombing of the [[Rand capital]] by the [[Caledonian Federation]]'s missiles. She died of the [[Ori plague]] in [[2005]] after she refused to embrace [[Origin]].


== Biography ==
== Biography ==

Revision as of 09:11, 24 November 2017

Leda Kane
Leda Kane in Stargate SG-1 Season 8.jpg
Biographical information
Planet of origin Tegalus
Nationality Rand Protectorate
Death 2005
Gender
Species Human
Information about family
Marriage Jared Kane
Out of Stargate universe information
Portrayed by Amy Sloan
First appearance "Icon"

Leda Kane was a Rand Protectorate citizen and the wife of Jared Kane. In 2004, she took care of Daniel Jackson when the latter was badly wounded after the bombing of the Rand capital by the Caledonian Federation's missiles. She died of the Ori plague in 2005 after she refused to embrace Origin.

Biography

Character's evolution

"Icon" (2004)

"Ethon" (2005)

At Stargate Command, Jared Kane tells SG-1 and General Hank Landry Leda's fate. When a Prior came in the Rand Protectorate to preach Origin and urge the people to embrace it or not, a desease stroke all the country. The Prior promised to cure the ones who would accept Origin, but Leda (who was touched) refused the bargain and died.

Notes

Behind the scenes

See also

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References