Well avoiding questions based around the Catalog itself is a good thing to do also. Your more likely get a error about needing a higher authority to find out. As we found out in the pastQuote:Actually, that looks like a pretty good idea.Quote:I'm thinking we may need to write up some ground rules for querying Catalog. We're clearly overwhelming the guy. I've got some ideas:
1) Do your do diligence. Make sure you have actually checked up on whether your question has been answered already in canon or elsewhere. This thread has a record of Catalog's answers already, and Halopedia is doing the same thing. I've actually seen questions repeated a few pages later because the person asking didn't know it had been answered. And there are over thirty pages to the thread at this point.
2) Don't ask about whether this person survived this game or that, like if Cortana or the Didact survived Halo 4, or the current status of the crew of the Spirit of Fire. People actually are asking that, but really, do they actually think that Catalog will answer that?
3) Don't spam questions. Just ask Catalog once and then wait. If he didn't answer this time, he might on the next.
Anyone else have any other suggestions?
Plus we will find out more about it during the ARG(if this is counted as one)