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(@reker 345) thank u, Sorry my way of writing English is bad, but what I wanted to say is how they do it so that in the banner where your gamertag is there is a logo related to some previous game like halo 2, halo 3, ODST or bungie, I want to know how I can do to have any of those in my halo reach gamertag, sorry I not use transistor bro 😣
  • How much force is behind a Jiralhanae's punch?
  • What is a Spartans pain tolerance?
  • Will we ever see Spartan ops again?
reker 345 wrote:
1 why did noble six have to die

2 why are there some very odd looking helmets

3 can the unsc bring spartans back to life
1. Well we know he needed to use the Mass Driver to get the Pillar of Autumn under way. After crippling the Covenant Frigate Noble Six was in heavily populated Covenant territory. With no support and surrounded by Covenant reinforcements Noble Six had limited options. Sending in support wouldn't really work out with all the Covenant forces in the area.

2. Just art design from different artists.

3. The only Spartan to actually be brought back from the dead is Linda 058 and that's only because John was able to get her into a Cryo Pod. Dr Halsey being the person who created the Spartans was the main doctor who had a real chance of bringing any Spartan back around. This is the only situation where this has happened. So the short answer is no. Linda 058 just get extremely lucky.
reker 345 wrote:
1 why did noble six have to die

2 why are there some very odd looking helmets

3 can the unsc bring spartans back to life
1. Well we know he needed to use the Mass Driver to get the Pillar of Autumn under way. After crippling the Covenant Frigate Noble Six was in heavily populated Covenant territory. With no support and surrounded by Covenant reinforcements Noble Six had limited options. Sending in support wouldn't really work out with all the Covenant forces in the area.

2. Just art design from different artists.

3. The only Spartan to actually be brought back from the dead is Linda 058 and that's only because John was able to get her into a Cryo Pod. Dr Halsey being the person who created the Spartans was the main doctor who had a real chance of bringing any Spartan back around. This is the only situation where this has happened. So the short answer is no. Linda 058 just get extremely lucky.
thank you
Left two of his questions. If you can, answer them: https://www.halowaypoint.com/en-us/forums/db05ce78845f4120b062c50816008e5d/topics/odst-augumentation-and-hundreds-cso/ca38e8c5-eff8-4fd8-bfa4-4e771d950ba0/posts?page=1#post2
lowcaged wrote:
  • How much force is behind a Jiralhanae's punch?
  • What is a Spartans pain tolerance?
  • Will we ever see Spartan ops again?
1. I'm not sure if that detail has ever been described. In raw strength they are stronger than Spartans however they aren't to refined on different CQC training rather more just rely on that strength to overpower their enemy which usually works for the. Atriox seems to be the first Brute we have encountered with intellect. He gave Red Team a beating on their first encounter.

2. Depends on the type of Spartan. Spartan III's especially from Gamma Company had a pain redolence engineered to be "more durable" than Spartan IIs. Fred 104 even noted that in Halo: Last Light and it was noted again by Lopez in Halo Redemption, the more you hurt a Spartan from Gamma the tougher they fought. They will pretty much fight to the death using every ounce of their strength and from a Spartan stand point they are definitely the highest currently on the pain tolerance. Below that I would say a Spartan II. I'm not to familiar with the comparison between the IVs and the rest of the IIIs but I hope this was some help.

3. Grimbrother ones sure would like to see it come back, I believe he openly tweated that however there has not been any announcement to it nor any indication that we will get a Season 2.
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1. I'm not sure if that detail has ever been described. In raw strength they are stronger than Spartans however they aren't to refined on different CQC training rather more just rely on that strength to overpower their enemy which usually works for the. Atriox seems to be the first Brute we have encountered with intellect. He gave Red Team a beating on their first encounter.2. Depends on the type of Spartan. Spartan III's especially from Gamma Company had a pain redolence engineered to be "more durable" than Spartan IIs. Fred 104 even noted that in Halo: Last Light and it was noted again by Lopez in Halo Redemption, the more you hurt a Spartan from Gamma the tougher they fought. They will pretty much fight to the death using every ounce of their strength and from a Spartan stand point they are definitely the highest currently on the pain tolerance. Below that I would say a Spartan II. I'm not to familiar with the comparison between the IVs and the rest of the IIIs but I hope this was some help.3. Grimbrother ones sure would like to see it come back, I believe he openly tweated that however there has not been any announcement to it nor any indication that we will get a Season 2.
Are you an official 343i? Can you answer my question about hundreds of CSOs and ODST?
Since Halo 3 ODST's 10 year anniversary is this year I have a few questions relating to the lore. During Halo 3 ODST we saw other drop pods alongside Alpha Nine did any of the other odst squads survive the battle for New Mobossa? What were their squad names? Last question will we maybe see any of these squads in any type of media?
Will we get any more delicious content focused around the ODST’s? Whether that be in books, games or whatnot; I think the Helljumpers need some more love. Especially since Halo 3: ODST is coming up on its 10th anniversary.
Since Halo 3 ODST's 10 year anniversary is this year I have a few questions relating to the lore. During Halo 3 ODST we saw other drop pods alongside Alpha Nine did any of the other odst squads survive the battle for New Mobossa? What were their squad names? Last question will we maybe see any of these squads in any type of media?
If any ODSTs did survive it, it's not noted. Just for reference that operation is called Operation: BUMRUSH, only known survivors was Alpha Nine as of now.
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(@reker 345) thank u, Sorry my way of writing English is bad, but what I wanted to say is how they do it so that in the banner where your gamertag is there is a logo related to some previous game like halo 2, halo 3, ODST or bungie, I want to know how I can do to have any of those in my halo reach gamertag, sorry I not use transistor bro 😣
i know on reach you go into profile on the menu and its somewhere in there but i haven't played halo 2 or 3 in a long time
First Strike says the Covenant had hundreds of CSOs. This is quite logical, given that the UNSC for the entire period of the war met only 4-6 of them. Considering that the narration is not conducted on behalf of the Covenant, and CAS is never mentioned as a supercarrier, except in the internal classification of the Covenant (it does not make sense to us and its translation into English was recognized as an error), it is logical to assume (given the context of the narration) that the Covenant had hundreds of CSOs. However, this does not fit the latest statements and halo warfleet, which greatly underestimate the production capacity of the Covenant (100 trillion tons of Hight Charity is not enough, although they are only an assumption). Question: Does the Covenant have any ships in the CAS and CSO powers?

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SECTION VII HARBINGER EPILOGUE Ninth Age of Reclamation, Step of Silence \ Covenant Holy City "High Charity," Sanctum of the Hierarchs.A hundred thousand probes darted and scanned with winking electronic eyes across the void of tangled nonspaces enveloping the Covenant inner empire. They gathered data and emerged into the cold vacuum, where they were recovered by the hundreds of supercarriers and cruisers in station-keeping positions around the massive, bulbous planetoid that dominated the heavens.Not a single rock larger than a centimeter could enter this space without being identified, targeted, and vaporized. Autho- rization codes were updated hourly, and if any incoming vessel hesitated for a millisecond with the proper response, it, too, met unyielding destruction.The High Charity drifted beneath this impervious network, il- luminated by the glow from scores of warship engines.Deep within, protected by legions of crack Covenant soldiers, the Sanctum of the Heirarchs was an island of calm. The walls, floor, and ceiling of the chamber were ornamented with mirrored shards made from the fused glass of countless worlds conquered by the Covenant Hegemony. They reflected the whispered thoughts of the one who sat in the center of this room—mirrored them back, so they might consider the glory of its domain, and learn from its wisdom… because there was no higher source of intel- lect, will, and truth alive in the galaxy.
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WHAT SHIP CLASS WAS THE ASCENDANT JUSTICE?
- SPARTANGOLD125
The Ascendant Justice is a DDS-class carrier (Halo Visual Guide, p. 28). The confusion arises from the designation of “supercarrier” in the Adjunct text of Halo: The Flood (2010, p. 367). However, that wasn’t inaccurate from the perspective of the writer, as the DDS, CAS, and CSO carriers are a breed apart from the as-yet unrevealed range of lighter “carrier” vessels that have support functions using small craft (e.g. the Lawgiver from Halo: Ghosts of Onyx). Nevertheless, it is confusing and we are currently in talks with Sangheili semantic linguists to see if such confusing nomenclature can be rectified in future broadcast logs.
From here you can make several important conclusions:
1. The error is misunderstood by the UNSC officer of the Sanghaili because the Covenant has its own classification of ships.
2. All CAS and DDS are supercarriers. All other smaller ships are not.
3. In the UNSC classification, CAS is not a supercarrier.This denies the possibility of the existence of large ships, which the Covenant would define as super carriers and UNSC confirmed this. I love the Covenant, but I don’t want to think that the cruisers were mentioned next to the 29 km long ships, just as I don’t like the understatement of the Covenant abilities. Can any ships be carriers in the UNSC classification, but are simply more advanced ships than the CAS in the Covenant classification?
First Strike says the Covenant had hundreds of CSOs. This is quite logical, given that the UNSC for the entire period of the war met only 4-6 of them. Considering that the narration is not conducted on behalf of the Covenant, and CAS is never mentioned as a supercarrier, except in the internal classification of the Covenant (it does not make sense to us and its translation into English was recognized as an error), it is logical to assume (given the context of the narration) that the Covenant had hundreds of CSOs. However, this does not fit the latest statements and halo warfleet, which greatly underestimate the production capacity of the Covenant (100 trillion tons of Hight Charity is not enough, although they are only an assumption). Question: Does the Covenant have any ships in the CAS and CSO powers?

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SECTION VII HARBINGER EPILOGUE Ninth Age of Reclamation, Step of Silence \ Covenant Holy City "High Charity," Sanctum of the Hierarchs.A hundred thousand probes darted and scanned with winking electronic eyes across the void of tangled nonspaces enveloping the Covenant inner empire. They gathered data and emerged into the cold vacuum, where they were recovered by the hundreds of supercarriers and cruisers in station-keeping positions around the massive, bulbous planetoid that dominated the heavens.Not a single rock larger than a centimeter could enter this space without being identified, targeted, and vaporized. Autho- rization codes were updated hourly, and if any incoming vessel hesitated for a millisecond with the proper response, it, too, met unyielding destruction.The High Charity drifted beneath this impervious network, il- luminated by the glow from scores of warship engines.Deep within, protected by legions of crack Covenant soldiers, the Sanctum of the Heirarchs was an island of calm. The walls, floor, and ceiling of the chamber were ornamented with mirrored shards made from the fused glass of countless worlds conquered by the Covenant Hegemony. They reflected the whispered thoughts of the one who sat in the center of this room—mirrored them back, so they might consider the glory of its domain, and learn from its wisdom… because there was no higher source of intel- lect, will, and truth alive in the galaxy.
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WHAT SHIP CLASS WAS THE ASCENDANT JUSTICE?
- SPARTANGOLD125
The Ascendant Justice is a DDS-class carrier (Halo Visual Guide, p. 28). The confusion arises from the designation of “supercarrier” in the Adjunct text of Halo: The Flood (2010, p. 367). However, that wasn’t inaccurate from the perspective of the writer, as the DDS, CAS, and CSO carriers are a breed apart from the as-yet unrevealed range of lighter “carrier” vessels that have support functions using small craft (e.g. the Lawgiver from Halo: Ghosts of Onyx). Nevertheless, it is confusing and we are currently in talks with Sangheili semantic linguists to see if such confusing nomenclature can be rectified in future broadcast logs.
From here you can make several important conclusions:
1. The error is misunderstood by the UNSC officer of the Sanghaili because the Covenant has its own classification of ships.
2. All CAS and DDS are supercarriers. All other smaller ships are not.
3. In the UNSC classification, CAS is not a supercarrier.This denies the possibility of the existence of large ships, which the Covenant would define as super carriers and UNSC confirmed this. I love the Covenant, but I don’t want to think that the cruisers were mentioned next to the 29 km long ships, just as I don’t like the understatement of the Covenant abilities. Can any ships be carriers in the UNSC classification, but are simply more advanced ships than the CAS in the Covenant classification?
1. It could be or it could be an oversight from Bungie and 343i. In The Fall of Reach or First Strike I believe Vinh's number designation was 029 (Joshua) at one point in the book. It's obviously not that but that'show it was written. So it could be just a mistake. (Hopefully that helps)
2. CAS is considered an Assault Carrier and DDS is considered a Carrier ( https://www.halopedia.org/Covenant_fleet )3. It not being labeled a super carrier doesn't really define anything. The CSO is the only Covenant Ship Class with the title as Super Carrier.

The UNSC does have a few different carrier classes such as Orion Class (Assault Carrier), Epoch Class (Heavy Carrier), Poseidon Class (Light Carrier), Infinity Class (Super Carrier), Punic Class (Super Carrier), UNSC Aircraft Carrier (Wet Navy). ( https://www.halopedia.org/Category:Carrier_classes )
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Why haven't we seen any more ODST since Halo 3?
What happened to Jun from Halo Reach?
What will be the fate of the traitorous AIs once Cortana has been defeated?
Why haven't we seen any more ODST since Halo 3?
What happened to Jun from Halo Reach?
What will be the fate of the traitorous AIs once Cortana has been defeated?
We have, Halo Reach, Halo wars, Halo Wars 2 and Halo Fire Team Raven.

Jun became a recruiter for the Spartan IV Program, trained them and was a senior member of the Spartan Branch. More Specifically Carter had Jun escort Halsey to the relative safety of ONI's Castle Base, Jun was ordered to protect Halsey and prevent the secrets she possessed from falling into Covenant hands. He was gone by the time Spartan-II Red Team arrived the next day. At some point just before the fall of the planet, he first encountered Gunnery Sergeant Buck. Through unknown means, Jun eventually escaped Reach, the sole survivor of NOBLE Team.
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... seems a bit suss that this wasn't flagged for "non-constructive input", given that I've seen the moderators waylay Comments for less, but while I have you here: what is the functional difference between a "plasma lance" and a "plasma beam"? The reason I ask being the alleged weaponry of the DAS-class storm cutter- it has four Emri Ka-pattern light plasma lances and four Enteros-pattern plasma beams. When one looks up either weapon, both results lead to a page on "Energy projectors". One would think that the difference between the two might be negligible, if they're both considered the same type of weapon. So why the hair-splitting between "lance" and "beam"?

If there's no real answer to this question, yet, will we ever see what exactly the difference between the various design patterns of ship-to-ship weapons is?
What ever happened to Thel 'Lodamee following Operation WARM BLANKET? Is he still currently alive?
What ever happened to Thel 'Lodamee following Operation WARM BLANKET? Is he still currently alive?
Halopedia is a bit light on info, but it seems like there's nothing to report on his whereabouts as of yet. At first that character was meant to be Thel 'Vadam(ee), lending some weight to 'Taralumee's final words of the episode about how 'Lodamee will regain his honor. However, this conflicted with the lore in Cole Protocol which addressed when exactly Vadam first encountered Spartans. Perhaps this little snafu has kept anyone from continuing his story, but who knows.
What ever happened to Thel 'Lodamee following Operation WARM BLANKET? Is he still currently alive?
Halopedia is a bit light on info, but it seems like there's nothing to report on his whereabouts as of yet. At first that character was meant to be Thel 'Vadam(ee), lending some weight to 'Taralumee's final words of the episode about how 'Lodamee will regain his honor. However, this conflicted with the lore in Cole Protocol which addressed when exactly Vadam first encountered Spartans. Perhaps this little snafu has kept anyone from continuing his story, but who knows.
From what I remember, there was a time it was supposed to be Thel 'Vadamee and that "or Arbiter" was supposed to forshadow that, but that was completely retconned with the major now being a separate character, Thel 'Lodamee. His fate as of right now is unknown, and it's really bothered me that it's never been addressed almost a decade later. Back in the Halo Catalogue days, I constantly asked this question but it was never answered. I've since relegated that question to this thread and still never answered.

I also constantly asked about Luro 'Taralumee, though was a bit annoyed that someone else got the credit for asking it, despite the fact that I asked it much before the other user did, but meh, at least it was answered. Interestingly enough he is actually still alive and still holds true to the Covenant beliefs and now is the leader of his own Covenant faction post-Human Covenant war.
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