Just gonna help ya out here, Boba.Boba772 wrote:Noble Six was an amazing solider. He may not have had a ton of character development, but he was hyper lethal. Aside from that, I do not understand why everyone thinks the Spartan II's are gods. They are just humans with training, they die a lot. In fact, of the initial 300 there are only, what, maybe ten confirmed alive?
Anyway, on topic, I can't think of any Halo character I really hate. I did not like Del Rio, though the way they wrote him was too... is extreme the right word? I do not like how his character was written. I see no problem with Palmer.
I think I will lock in my answer as Captain Keys. He has always bored me, and I hate that because I want to like him. He bored me in Cole Protocol, Fall of Reach, and CEA.
-150 children were considered for the Spartan-II Program.
-75 were conscripted into the UNSC for the Spartan-II Program.
-OFFICIALLY, 30 Spartan-IIs died during augmentations, leaving 35 left alive to enter full service. However, 4 of these were Spartan-Black and one was Serin Osman.
-Of the 35 Spartan-IIs, these Spartans are either unaccounted for or alive:
01. Jai-006 (Grey Team)
02. Naomi-010 (Kilo-5)
03. Douglas-042 (Red Team aboard the Spirit of Fire - Potentially KIA)
04. Linda-058 (Blue Team)
05. Maria-062 (Retired from UNSC, alive on Earth)
06. Kelly-087 (Blue Team)
07. Jerome-092 (Red Team aboard the Spirit of Fire - Potentially KIA)
08. Fred-104 (Blue Team)
09. Adriana-111 (Grey Team)
10. John-117 (Blue Team/Solo)
11. Mike-120 (Grey Team)
12. Alice-130 (Red Team aboard the Spirit of Fire - Potentially KIA)
It should also be noted that of those Spartan-IIs that did die, that was over a 28 year war of attrition where nearly every battle was a loss and they were deployed to nearly every major engagement hat included crucial ground battles. So I think the Spartan-IIs have, in fact, earned their reputation. Out of a company of 35 (39 including Spartan Black), having as many as 9-12 survive into the post-war era is something of a miracle.