BeautifulHotrod192 wrote:the road to saving the galaxy is not through the pants of the main character's squad members.
John and Kelly. Yes or No?
Its even stated in the books that sexual encounters were expected within the group. One of halseys excerpts I believe. And ofcourse its all up to the readers interpratation. However ill have to go find the passages to quote them. The point of this thread is chief and kelly to get back on topic, however after reading the EU i find a chief/linda couple to be more believable.ImAri3s wrote:no its not its called loving your brother and sister remember they grew up together they love each other as family not like thatJeagerAB117 wrote:Umm im pretty sure Linda and Chief have a thing. I think its alluded to in the books multiple times...
I would disagree. In First Strike, they were all willing to risk their lives to go get Linda in a Banshee while she was hanging on a rope, sniping, while the Unyielding Hierophant was about to blow up. All Spartan-IIs, especially Blue Team, are extremely close to one another.His not really close to Linda, no one is
Knowing someone your whole life is in no way a reason not to be together. Also as someone who has deployed to a hostile enviroment. I know of three examples where after the deployment a couple has gotten married and way more than that who have atleast started dating. In real life situations where the military is involved its actually quite common, even when someone else in the relationship is already married. You build a closeness and trust that civilians can never understand.they are close just not as close in my opinion. They have none each other there whole lives.His not really close to Linda, no one is
Once again, tell me where I'm wrong. What did I misread?Hypearion wrote:Then read it correctly this timeRunWithSpoons wrote:Please, tell me where I'm wrong, instead of simply posting something nonconstructive?Hypearion wrote:Typical halo 4 and 5 lover who know nothing about halo. Please read halo tfor .RunWithSpoons wrote:The Spartan 2s were stripped of all sexual drive during the augmentation. So, no.
Not to mention that Kelly is essentially Chief's sister.
And I've read Fall of Reach three times. Along with The Flood, First Strike, Contact Harvest, and Ghosts of Onyx.
Well said, I'm impressed.GreenleafCM wrote:I love how people here are so threatened by the idea of two mature, consenting adults who have known each other their whole lives and are also best friends possibly being in a healthy romantic relationship. The horror...
Simply put, the depth of their bond really goes down into the roots of John-117 and Kelly-087's characters. They've been together for 35 years almost constantly both on and off the battlefield. In fact Kelly’s partnership with John is the longest standing relationship that exists for either character in Halo canon. As the prologue of ‘The Fall of Reach’ (the very first piece of Halo fiction that was released to the public) firmly establishes Kelly’s place as John’s right-hand Spartan and confidant. Their interactions with each other are also definitely the most emphasized and unique among the members of Blue Team. We’ve seen this evidenced throughout Halo canon many times over the years - particularly through moments like Kelly giving John a special ‘Spartan smile’, and later when John confronts imminent death from Hunter cannon fire strictly to protect her. They think about each other quite often when separated, with Kelly showing particular concern for John’s well-being. And Kelly is the only person whom John has ever referred to as being beautiful. You don’t see actions like this from either of them directed towards anyone else.
I have actually compiled a summarized list of moments from the Halo books and additional official media that cite all the times we’ve seen evidence of John and Kelly’s relationship given particular attention and how that could be considered at least a basis for underlying romantic feelings:Spoiler:Show
Now all this could just be played as how the two are best friends that have been through a lot together. And if the relationship between them stays that way, that would still be awesome because their friendship is inherently awesome. But if it just so happens to progress into something more as Blue Team’s story goes forward, there’s definitely a long-standing and canon-based reason for such a development to potentially occur. Now is it likely to happen? Probably not. But if it did it, certainly wouldn't be unwarranted or unhealthy. That's all there is to it.
Dude, if you focused that obsession into neurosciences, you could've probably found the cure to Alzheimers by now.GreenleafCM wrote:Here's my full-length series of essays summarizing and analyzing nearly every single significant moment between these two characters we've been shown in canon prior to 'Halo 5', complete with book quotes and chapter references:
We know full well that Spartan-IIs are perfectly capable of pursuing romance and living happy lives outside of the UNSC if given the opportunity. So there really is no reason that John and Kelly's entirely healthy dynamic couldn't be expanded upon in the future in subtle and interesting ways - an unlikely endgame perhaps, but still worth thinking about and discussing.