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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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  • Aya787

    Why Master Chief

    November 11, 2016 by Aya787

    Heyo! It's me again.

    Sorry I haven't been on for a while. No one read my last post, and figured everyone forgot about me.

    ...

    Kidding.

    The truth is I had nothing to write about up till now, and no time in my life to write anything. Yeah, I know I said I would continue my psych evow on the Spartan-II, and I still plan to. But I haven't gotten enough information to continue. But I was talking to a friend during lunch the other day at school. I don't remember how the conversation started, but it eventually went to this next question. Why does everyone call Master Chief, Master Chief?

    I mean, I already know his real name, all of us who played Halo 4 do. And sure, 343 Industries and Bungie didn't want us to know his real name until Halo 4, I get tha…

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  • Aya787

    Heyo! Aya here. I'm here this time to talk about the psychological evaluation of the Spartan-II's. Now I wish to say this right off the bat. What you are about to read is completely from the point of view from a high-schooler that has no experience in the psychological field at all. I have no degree for this, so this is from what I have learned from the Halo timeline, story line, and what facts I could gather. Also, this is completely my point of view, so I could be wrong, that is up to you to decide and I will respect your opinions. As I said before, I do not have a degree in Psychology, so I'm using the lessons that my dad has taught me. I hope you like this. Also, if you go onto halowaypoint.com and look at https://www.halowaypoint.com/…

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  • Aya787

    Heyo! Aya here. Ok, this is going to be one of many explanation blogs that I will make in the future. This one is about Dr. Halsey and the two data crystals that she gives to Master Chief. This first has data on it that will give ONI a possible chance of counteracting the Flood if they come back. Which we all know that they do. But the second one has a better, more sure chance that they can counteract the Flood. But in order for that to happen, ONI would kill Sergeant Johnson. See, Johnson was one of the only ones to actually survive a near takeover of the Flood. If you recall, if you've ever played the game, in the first game, as you watched the video recording on Jenkins helmet cam, you saw Captain Key's, Sergeant Johnson, Jenkins, and a…

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