bloom and recoil are two different things, and are in no way related. bloom has to do with the trajectory of the projectile over distance. recoil is the forceful flinching motion of the weapon (notice that the reticle is placed slightly off after you fire). bloom and recoil also have nothing to do with the generation of spartans, unless you are going to completely overlook halo 3, where you play as a S-II but still deal with the most aggressive recoil in the series. and regardless of the generation of spartan, they have no control over bloom, unless a spartan can somehow telepathically alter the course of a bullet mid-flight.BANGHART wrote:thats what bloom in reach represents. Spartan 3s are normal human beings so when they shoot their is still gonna be some recoil, hence the bloom.HellcatDestryer wrote:
spartan 2s are 8 feet tall superhumans that are equipped with special suits that enhance their abilities even further. their reflexes are technologically enhanced to the point that they basically see in slow motion. They are masters of their weapons and therefore they can shoot while moving without any recoil. they are strong and skilled enough to have complete control over any weapon they fire.
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