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- "I know they will come in force to challenge me, but I will not turn away from them. I will answer their call."
- — Fal 'Chavamee
Life as the general of the Covenant armyEdit
Fal was an Arbiter, which at the time was a rank of privilege within the Covenant. He was a Sangheili of loyalty and honor. However, he believed that his people had strayed from their honor and fought only for power. He denied the Great Journey, proclaiming it to be a lie. For his disbelief he was declared a heretic. Soon after, a contingent of Covenant Sangheili was dispatched to eliminate him. Fal traveled by boat to meet them, after which his skill with a blade defeated the Sangheili force. After the battle, he was the only being left standing.
Duel with HarkaEdit
Because Fal was declared a heretic, Harka, a member of Fal's clan, took advantage of the event. In an attempt to provoke and defeat Fal, Harka forced one of Fal's closest friends into killing Fal's wife, Han. Fal came back home after the battle to find Roh and Han's bodies. When he found Han he was in so much grief, he let out a cry of deep sorrow. He then swiftly moved to accept Harka's challenge, brutally plowing his way through an entire Covenant Army to reach his wife's murderer. When Fal finally met Harka atop a Forerunner structure, the duel began. It only lasted for several seconds. The Sangheili circled each other for a bit and then, in the blink of an eye, attacked. Fal's whole upper torso was slashed open, gushing blood out, while Harka was stabbed in the midsection. They both died by each other's hands, with Harka collapsing first. Fal's last thoughts before dying was the memories of his wife.
Before Fal's actions, the rank of Arbiter was considered to be one of great standing and appurtenance. Fal's heresy led the Prophets to declare that the rank of Arbiter would thenceforth be one without honor, given to those who could be useful to them as a last chance to regain their lost honor before death. Thus, becoming a symbol of martyrdom and suicidal devotion to the Covenant cause, unlike Fal.
- Fal's mouth was not drawn properly, like most Elites in this episode of Halo Legends, called The Duel.
- Strangely, it appears that all the Elites in this episode are capable of placing their mandibles in either this position or the regular formation, as both are seen in that particular episode.
- Fal's surname could arguably be changed to "Chavam", since he no longer served the Covenant at the time of his death.