Hello readers. I, 1hs444, wrote this blog for all of you to bite your nails about an entire year ago, but I somehow forgot to publish it! Well, fellow Halo Nationals, I hope you enjoy reading this speculatory, and intriguing blog. Blow the dust off of the history books, because here is a look at a Halo fans thoughts a year ago:
When you read the title of this haphazardly thrown together blog, you may think that I'm talking about the endlessly long debate on if John-117 will die in the Reclaimer Saga, but actually, I'm writing on a subject that you probably haven't even thought about before. Will the Chief be a Lieutenant, or even Captain someday instead of his memorable rank?
Halo 4 ended on a note where 117 could be promoted, after all, f…Read more >
Again, I have missed my deadline for making blogs... but this is kind of the type of year when that sort of stuff isn't “top priority”. With multiple other things preventing me from writing on HN, my life has been thrown out of balance (wink wink). Enough of my complaining, and read this article!
When you read the title of this haphazardly thrown together blog, you may think that I'm talking about the endlessly long debate on if John-117 will die in the Reclaimer Saga, but actually, I'm writing on a subject that you probably haven't even thought about before. Will the Chief be a Sergeant, Lieutenant, or even Captain someday instead of his memorable rank?
Halo 4 ended on a note where 117 could be promoted, after all, for the millionth time he…Read more >
Hello! If any of you have noticed, I missed writing a blog a couple weeks back, so sorry about that. Anywho, this speculatory blog should quench your thirst for reading random things on the internet. ;) So without further rambling, I will begin.
We all miss the Covenant Empire and it's full strength a little, but with the help with the Didact's forces, could it return? The collapse of the Covenant was finalized with the death of the last major prophet, the Prophet of Truth, but like the Empire from Star Wars, the Covenant could still have efficient and deadly warships 10+ years after their resolve.
Class-CSO supercarriers probably don't go over the 10's or 20's, but only 2 were known to have been destroyed, possibly leaving 8-18 supercarr…
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Since I made such a short blog that received so many comments in the end of last year, I decided to make a much more detailed approach on the topic. Who would win, the Covenant Empire, which threatened humanity for 30 years, picking off hundreds of colonies and also the faction responsible for the near extinction of humanity, or the Galactic Empire from Star Wars, which had incredible amounts of cheaply built star fighters, vessels, Etc... and threatened peace in the Galaxy (the one that was there a long time ago far far away) for 20 years. So once again, I will begin with a few personal opinions and the strengths of both sides. When I made the previous blog, I didn't include any sort of boundaries, so I will specify the strengths. The Emp…
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We know that there are at least 800 colonies before the Human-Covenant war, but how many are left? The Covenant supposedly only bombard strategic planets to an uninhabitable state (or 'glass') or the ones that show great resistance, and the number of glassed planets is thought to be 76. However, 'virtually every outer planet' was glassed by 2535, 18 years before the war ended. So if the Covenant had the outer region of the Human empire for 18 years, then all outer colonies were presumably taken.
Many colonies like Arcadia, Harvest and Reach were featured in the games, possibly signaling that they showed much more importance. But all of these colonies were eventually somewhat glassed, possibly raising the ratio of awful defeat when put next to …Read more >