Honestly if they give a reason for it I’m all good. It felt looked so weird on the chief. But if it’s fun to play around with in the end I don’t really care if it’s in or not.Sack Of Dongles wrote:I am sure that the winch tech on the Hogs or Pelicans would have no problems lifting a Spartan. Though that would require 343 creating an asymmetrical silo for the Chief which I think they wanted to avoid, and keep his classic silo.Prophet Onyx wrote:Actually that’s not too far off. Current military grade ATVs (we use Polaris) can carry up to 850 Pounds of equipment across most terrain. So fast forward 500 years it makes sense to carry the chief considering the advancement of technology :).I El Arqui I wrote:The same way a mongoose can support the weight of a 1000 pounds spartan and still drive perfectly fine.Prophet Onyx wrote:My only complaint with the grapple hook is that it doesn’t make sense to me. How is that tiny thing pulling the chief who weighs over 1,000 pounds in his armor. But eh I’m over it at this point I’m just hoping it’s fun to play around with.
A grappling hook on the forearm on the other hand makes no sense regardless of human advancement of technology due to physics. The only explanation that could work is if it’s forerunner made and they have some weird mumbo jumbo alien technology that allows it to work, which in that case I can’t fight it.
On Topic: A grappling hook is fine in Halo, as long as it is fun to use. Take Pathfinder in Apex for example. Regardless of other players personal preference, his grappling ability is actually quite fun to use at times. It just seems 343 made it slow and lame.
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That grapple hook doesn’t belong...
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