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The Devil You Know, Absolute Power, Summit

Portrayed by

William deVry

Aldwin is a Tok'ra.


He met Teal'c when he returned from Netu after SG-1 and Martouf were captured trying to rescue Jacob Carter. Aldwin listened to the message that Apophis had sent to Teal'c and then went to speak with the Tok'ra High Council who ordered him to return to Netu with a Tok'ra Chain reaction weapon and use it to destroy the moon which would take out Sokar's Ha'tak as it came into orbit. Aldwin was about to launch the weapon when Teal'c received communications from SG-1 but Aldwin launched the weapon anyway, holding Teal'c back with a Zat'nik'tel. Teal'c overpowered him and locked him in the cargo area of the Tel'tak. He called to Teal'c through the door, telling him that if he intended to intercept the matter stream from a Ring Transporter he had to position the ship in the right position and come to a complete stop. After rescuing the captives, Aldwin told Teal'c that he was sorry that he doubted that it could be done. (SG1: "The Devil You Know")

He came to Stargate Command with a Za'tarc Detector to determine if Shifu was indeed a Harcesis. When it was confirmed that he was a Harcesis, Aldwin said they could extract a lot of valuable information from him but Daniel Jackson said that they can't. Shifu turned into energy and left through the Stargate. (SG1: "Absolute Power") He gave a tour of the Tok'ra base on Revanna to SG-17 and then gave a lecture on the development of Tok'ra insurgency techniques since the collapse of the Second Goa'uld Dynasty. When the Goa'uld began attacking he reported that the Stargate had been dialed into and was preventing their escape. He had new tunnels made out in every direction to spread out their forces to prevent a direct attack. He went with Jack O'Neill and Teal'c to the surface to witness thousands of Jaffa landing. On their way back they were attacked by Death gliders and Aldwin was sent flying, landing on his neck and was killed. (SG1: "Summit")