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  • Dab1001



    At E3 yesterday, a new DLC expansion for Halo Wars 2 was unvieled, titled Halo Wars 2: Awakening the Nightmare. This expansion, which is not included in the season pass, will include a new campaign featuring the return of the Flood, two new Banished leaders (likely the two Brutes depicted in the image below), two new multiplayer maps and finally Terminus Firefight, a cooperative mode where players must band together to defeat hordes of enemies for as long as possible. Awakening the Nightmare will release in Autumn, 2017, and will cost $19.99 USD.

    Awakening the Nightmares campaign expansion will have players taking control of the Banished, as they encounter the ancient Flood threat. It will include two Blur cutscenes to bookend the experience. Outs…




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  • Dab1001



    In the latest Halo Waypoint blog post, a new Halo novel was announced. The book, titled Halo: Bad Blood, is not set to release until next year, 2018. Almost no details have been revealed on Halo: Bad Blood as of yet, besides the fact that it will be penned by Matt Forbeck, author of Halo: New Blood.

    One likely possibility is that it will focus on Michael 'Mickey' Crespo, the ODST from Halo 3: ODST, who defected from the UNSC during the events of New Blood - hence the title 'Bad Blood'. However, this is mere speculation and we will have to wait for more details before making any assumptions.

    We'll just have to wait and see what Forbeck has in store for us next year.



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  • Dab1001

    s Latest DLC Leader, Sgt Johnson, Has Released}}


    Fan-favourite character Sergeant Avery Johnson has made his way into Halo Wars 2 in its latest piece of DLC, which was released yesterday. He brings with him a variety of mechs new to the game, some of which have never been seen before.

    The beloved Sergeant's focus as a leader are mechanized units, and so with him, several mechs have been added. In place of the Warthogs, Johnson fields Mantises. Also replaced in Johnson's arsenal is the Scorpion. What could be better than "66 tonnes of straight-up, HE-spewin' dee-vine intervention", you ask? The Collossus, a huge mech with the ability to stomp on and stun enemies. Johnson himself can take to the battlefield in his Green Machine hero unit, a very…



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  • Dab1001



    In the latest Halo Community Update, a new comic series titled Halo: Rise of Atriox was announced. The first issue of the 5-part miniseries is expected to release on August 2, 2017, with each of the consecutive issues releasing at some point after that.

    As its name suggests, Halo: Rise of Atriox shows the rise to power of Atriox, the Jiralhanae warlord who leads the Banished and serves as the main antagonist of Halo Wars 2. Issue one opens with him leading his Jiralhanae (Brute) brethren in an assault against a UNSC outpost. As the series progresses, readers will watch Atriox become the leader of the Banished, from his humble beginnings as one of many thrall in the Covenants ranks.

    Halo: Rise of Atriox will be going more in-depth into Halo lore pre…




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  • Dab1001



    Halo: Combat Evolved, the video game which kicked off the Halo franchise and helped launch the Xbox, was recently added into the World Video Game Hall of Fame as one of the four inductees for 2017. This is an amazing achievement for the franchise, as only 15 other games have ever had the honour of added to this list since its inception in 2015. Halo: CE now sits in the hall of fame, amongst other gaming icons such as Super Mario Bros, Pac-Man, Sonic the Hedgehog, Tetris, Space Invaders, Donkey Kong, Doom, Legend of Zelda and Pong.

    Games are nominated for places in the World Video Game Hall of Fame based on four criteria:

    • Icon status - how recognisble and memorable the game is.
    • Longevity - how long the game remained popular.
    • Geographical reach - whether the …



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  • Dab1001



    The newest DLC for Halo Wars 2, a leader named Colony, has arrived. Though Colony was expected to release earlier this week on Monday the 24th, the DLC was delayed until today for the purpose of quality assurance.

    Colony is the name chosen by a bond brother pair of Mgalekgolo gestalts (or Hunters, for those of you not fluent in Halos lore), and as such, its main focus are units and leader powers based around Lekgolo (the worms that make up Hunters). Hence, Colony brings with it several new additions to the Halo Wars 2 sandbox, such as: Goliaths (Giant Hunters who ditch their assault cannons in favour of a more up-close and personal approach), Skitterers (Small turret-like machines controlled by lekgolo worms, which can attach as bodyguards to …




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  • Dab1001



    Earlier today, Halo Wars: Definitive Edition released on Xbox One, Windows and Steam as a standalone game available for individual purchase. Previously, the title was only available to those who had bought the Halo Wars 2 Ultimate Edition bundle on Xbox One or Windows, but it can now be purchased seperately for $19.99 (£15.99), and is also now newly available on Steam.

    Halo Wars: Definitive Edition is an enhanced port of 2009's Halo Wars, which features all the DLC from the original game; improved graphics and audio; additional achievements and finally, support for ultra high definition (UHD) resolutions and refresh rates above 30Hz. The port was made by Behaviour Interactive and published by 343 Industries and Microsoft Studios, while the origin…




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  • Aya787

    What are the Guardians?

    March 30, 2017 by Aya787

    Heyo! Aya here.

    Now, I was thinking about this while reading through my last post to see if I made any mistakes, and I remembered something about Onyx that has always been nibbling at the back of my mind. I know that when you guys read this title, then you're probably going to freak out and say that "We already know what the Guardians are" probably because of stuff you've seen in Halo 5, whether you played it or watched someone else play it, right? hehehehe< WRONG! Actually I wish I could say that and it be true but I can't. I just wanted to say it.

    Well, the only reason I'm doing this is because I haven't done that. The only thing I absolutely know for sure about the Guardians is that they were created by the Forerunners, they can take out …

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  • Aya787

    Heyo! Aya here.

    Before you go any further, I warn you that there may be spoilers for books if you are reading the books, so if you don't want to get spoiled about something, I suggests coming back and reading this later. But please come back read and please come back and comment below, I will always answer back.


    Ok, so I've been reading the Halo book series like you guys probably already know, hopefully, right? And you know that in my last Personal thoughts post I made a big deal about something that happened in the book. Like for instance in the last personal thoughts post I went on and on about one of the chapters where Master Chief and a few other Spartans were faced with a situation, that in my opinion, could have opened up to, probably,…


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  • FleroviumLivemorium

    This service record is recalled by Commander Oganessian

    Battle: Battle of Sanghelios

    Commanding Officers: Arbiter Thel ‘Vadam, Shipmaster Rtas ‘Vadum, Commander Oganessian.

    February 1, 2568



    “The landing zone is clear,” comments the voice of an old war hero, Rtas ‘Vadum.

    “Good. Be sure to mind your head I’m dropping soon,” I report, “Lieutenant Fathree are you ready?”

    “I don’t know I never did like these drop pods.”

    “Come on have some fun,” I comment before being interrupted by the familiar acceleration of the drop.

    “Ah!” cries Ensign Fathree, “They should at least warn us!”

    “They usually do, but it’s more fun to see shinies have fits.”

    “I really don’t like you.”

    “You know you love me.”

    “Do I know I love you? Yes, yes I do.”

    “Knew it.”

    “Oganessian?” asks…


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