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  1. Forerunner, or at least the Ur-Didact, should have been around in Halo 5, but they cut him out. Let's hope they don't make the same type of decision midway through Halo 6's development.

  2. What Cortana does isn't slavery because ruling over people isn't the same thing as making them your legal property. Enslave means "to cause (someone) to lose their freedom of choice or action". The Created ordered everyone to obey them...

  3. Doubtful. The Assembly wanted to stand with humanity, not enslave them.

  4. Escalation takes place between Halo 4 and 5.

  5. Long night of solace shipmaster Rho brutamee was looking for Forerunner structures on reach including one that would lead to the location of the forerunners capital world. Hmmm, the Capital World. That could be an interesting place to visit in the Halo...

  6. The Precursors

    Halo Universe - Posted By Nihilus Shadow On

    Well the Flood are a form of Precursors and the Gravemind is the Primordial reincarnated, so they've been in Halo since Combat Evolved.

  7. Codex

    Halo Universe - Posted By Nihilus Shadow On

    I want something like Samus' ability to scan objects and enemies to add to her database in Metroid Prime. Halo: CEA had it, but it was a Kinect only feature.

  8. Hate to be the bearer of bad news but 343 confirmed they will not be creating any playable fractions in HW2. That might rule them out as playable, but it doesn't mean that can't be an enemy.

  9. I would imagine they would. Cortana wouldn't just seize a new Halo Ring and not be curious about where it came from. If she didn't know the Ark was repaired already, she does now and I'd bet securing it would be high on her list of things to...

  10. But AI aren't organics. This way of thinking is incredibly racist. Considering how sophisticated AI have become and the fact people and AI can form emotional attachments means it's time we consider giving them rights. Cortana considers this a...

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