THIS IS A HIGH PRIORITY MESSAGE. IF YOU DO NOT WANT HALO: REACH TO BE SPOILED, READ THIS NOW.
As most of you know, Halo: Reach has been leaked due to Microsoft posting in on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace for testers. Modders have downloaded the game and spoilers are running rampant on the internet. This is not only horrific for those who have decided not to "go dark", but also for Halopedians, especially regulars and admins.
Spoilers will begin flooding into Halopedia any time now... in fact, they already have. The revised spoilers policy should take care of the majority of the leaks, but I'm thinking the administration should say "goodbye" to any thoughts they had of not being spoiled. This is a code-red alert, and I'm advising any users who don't want to be spoiled to go dark NOW.
I've already had the entire campaign spoiled for me, and it sucks. I don't want it to happen to you. If you don't want to be spoiled, go dark; stay off the internet... do not go to Halopedia. The leaked spoilers will begin pouring in within the week.
- Read the Spoilers Policy now, if you haven't already done so.
- Do not post leaks on Halopedia or Bungie.net. You will be banned.
- Microsoft will be banning anyone with an illegitimate copy of Halo: Reach for 7,992 years.
- Heavily advise administration to consider locking every Halo: Reach-related page until September 14th to avoid inevitable spoilers, regardless of the new policy. The drastic implications of this suggestion are fully acknowledged, but it is urged to continue regardless. The administration can be trusted to then add any official information from Bungie during lockdown.