Halo 101


Welcome to Halo 101 a new post here at Elders.TV to get the new players or even old players Halo information. Halo 101 will talk about everything in the Halo universe. Today we will be talking about Spartans, and how they are a big part in the Halo game.


Spartans are super soldiers, and are way more better at kicking ass then any marine. Spartans where at a large number before the The Human-Covenant War. There were 100 (or more) of Spartans fighting side by side. Training for Spartans was not an easy task. During training  Augmentation Procedures, a process that would kill 30 of the 75 children conscripted, and cripple 12 others who would “wash out.” It was not easy being Spartan as you can see. During the Human-Covenant War almost all Spartans were wiped out. There was only one hope John 117 (Master Chief)

Master Chief:

There was only one hope on one Spartan named John 117 (Master Chief). Master Chief was not like any other Spartan. He was stronger, faster,and take less damage. Master Chief never took off his helmet, so we never knew what you looked like or much of his back ground. When books came out, and gave us more info on Master Chief. John, was born in 2511 and first lived with his family on the human colony planet Eridanus II. Large for his six years of age, and approximately a foot above his school peers, he is described as a typical boy with brown hair, freckles and a gap between his two front teeth. In 2517, John and seventy-four other children his age are covertly taken from their homes and replaced with flash clones to hide the kidnapping. The original children are brought to planet Reach, one of the UNSC’s headquarters, to begin intense physical and psychological training to become SPARTAN-II supersoldiers.

More info on Spartans and Master Chief can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_Chief_(Halo)


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