He then turns to his left and finds an abandoned Plasma Rifle , lying on a rock stained with Sangheili blood. He picks it up and readies himself on the path ahead. Anniversary version: The Arbiter gets ready for lies ahead. He gathers himself before seeing the portal close behind him and turns to see the path ahead of him.

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He then turns to his left and finds an abandoned Plasma Rifle , lying on a rock stained with Sangheili blood. He picks it up and readies himself on the path ahead. Anniversary version: The Arbiter gets ready for lies ahead. He gathers himself before seeing the portal close behind him and turns to see the path ahead of him. He pauses with a shocked look in his eyes as he picks up, and examines, a Plasma Rifle , before walking forward. Jiralhanae 1: "Weaklings!

Sangheili 1: weakly "The Brutes have betrayed us A Jiralhanae is seen shooting at another dead Sangheili nearby. Jiralhanae 1 "I already checked there! Kill him! He returns to the doors, and looks at a dead Sangheili. Special Operations Sangheili: "By the Prophets Special Operations Sangheili: "A Zealot!

So much for a stealthy advance. Over so soon? Save some for the rest of us! There are more Brutes to kill!

Two Unggoy stationed on the upper levels of the cave notice the doors open, become spooked and flee. Sangheili Zealot: "Ha ha! Long have I waited for this! Raise the alarms! The Arbiter and his team manage to kill all Covenant present. They move on into a room, where a pair of Jiralhanae and several Kig-Yar are holding their position. The Sangheili eliminate them and move on. In the corner of the room, a single Unggoy can be seen cowering among a few Unggoy corpses.

If the player chooses to approach the cowering Unggoy: Cowardly Grunt : "Please Me like Elites! Brutes stinky bad-bad! Me stay here, make sure no Brutes come behind, mighty Arbiter!

One of the Sangheili crouches next to the dead bodies. Special Operations Sangheili 1: "Start the journey And yet I live. Jiralhanae 5: "Elite resistance! Warn the others! The Sangheili catch them by surprise and easily defeat them. A Sangheili Minor armed with a carbine joins the group.

The Sangheili move through another corridor scattered with dead Sangheili, Unggoy, and more weapons. The room after the corridor is occupied by more Jiralhanae and Kig-Yar, including a Jiralhanae-operated Shade turret.

Another fight starts as the two forces meet, and more Jiralhanae enter the room to aid their allies. They are all taken out. The Sangheili move on, to a large door. As the Sangheili head forward, a Jiralhanae Captain rides a Ghost into the area and disembarks. A pack of Jiralhanae follow, some wielding human shotguns and augmented by a Kig-Yar Sniper. They clash with the Sangheili force. The Covenant are soon eliminated.

A few more Ghosts sit unused near the position. The Arbiter pilots one of them, and the Sangheili follow. The Sangheili follow, as a big battle takes place between the two sides. After the initial garrison is defeated, Covenant reinforcements appear. More Jiralhanae-controlled Ghosts and even a Spectre try to stop the Sangheili forces, but fail. A small Kig-Yar camp awaits in the next area, and is easily taken care of by the Sangheili.

Some of the Sangheili take the opportunity to pilot the Ghosts throughout the camp. A Phantom dropship flies overhead, but pays no attention to the conflict below. After going down a steep hill with a waterfall, another Jiralhanae camp awaits on a shallow river with several methane recharge stations placed at the front to block the Sangheili, and a few Kig-Yar Snipers as support.

As the Sangheili forces approach the camp, the Jiralhanae try to kill them by detonating the methane recharge stations. This ploy fails, and the Sangheili crush the defenses and follow the river to the next area. Fight Club[ edit ] The river stops at a waterfall, and in front of a Forerunner structure guarded by multiple Jiralhanae and two Wraiths.

A huge battle begins, with more Jiralhanae coming out from the structure. In addition, many Kig-Yar Snipers try to engage the Sangheili from long range, but they too are defeated. Once most of the area is cleared of Jiralhanae, two more Covenant orbital insertion pods land and reinforce the Sangheili. The group moves on into a room, which appears to have been used as an armory by the Jiralhanae.

Many weapons and equipment, both human and Covenant are stored all over the room. One of the Sangheili Minors stops, and looks around. Sangheili Minor 2: "What vulgar taste! Even as trophies, these weapons are worthless! More Covenant troops and two Jiralhanae-controlled Ghosts come through the cave in a final effort to stop the Sangheili.

They fail. There is a door at the end of the cave. He spots a Wraith approaching him slowly. The Arbiter readies his weapon a carbine in Anniversary. The Wraith stops in front of him. The Councilors! The Prophets were fools to trust them! One flies over the Control Room while the second stops above the platform of the Installation 05 Control Room. Tartarus emerges from the gravity lift , with Commander Miranda Keyes and Guilty Spark in captivity. Four Jiralhanae guards awaits behind the Control Room door.

Tartarus stops momentarily, sniffs the air, and continues into the Control Room. Tartarus enters, and the doors slams shut behind him with a loud bang. Fades to black. Level ends Glitches [ edit ] If the dying Sangheili with the Energy Sword at the beginning of the level is meleed as the quote "The Brutes have betrayed us The Councilors One can receive unlimited Plasma Pistols on this level.

Even if pushed toward and off the edge, they will not follow the crowd like the Elites will if they are pushed down. The Grunts, however, will appear again when the player reaches to the second chapter, near the door. Sometimes, the Zealot will stop moving no matter how far the player goes, if the player switches weapons with him, he will start climbing up an imaginary boundary and stay at the top. Driving a Ghost out the last door will trigger the cutscene with a Ghost in the background.

It is possible to gain two extra Spec Ops Elite allies near the beginning of the level, at the expense of two Grunts. Therefore, the player will only have the one Elite as an ally, plus the two Grunts. If the Grunts are killed, two extra Spec Ops with Plasma Rifles will appear, usually accompanying the first one. Be sure not to betray the Grunts outright, or the Elites will attack the player. After clearing the first room, go back and allow the Zealot and two Minor Elites to drop from the sky, however, the Zealot and two Minor Elites will not follow through out the rest of the level in this glitch.

It is possible to skip much of this level and start the next level prematurely by jumping out and around the level. When approached, he will say: "Please! No hurt! Brutes stinky bad bad! Me stay here and make sure no Brutes come behind mighty Arbiter! In this whole level, there are a total of Seven Sangheili , another seven reference.

In one of the rooms that the Brutes wait there are seven in total. Miscellaneous[ edit ] There was a cinematic cut from the beginning of this level in which the player would see Brutes lining up and killing Elite Councilors.


Talk:Halo: Uprising

Interested, Brian Michael Bendis and Jayatilleke visited Bungie to take up the offer of publishing the Halo Graphic Novel as well as to discuss the possibility of a tie-in comic book series. He noted that the graphic novel brought "humanity and perspective" to the franchise, something not easily imparted through the games. The Philadelphia Daily News suggested that a Halo comic book would attract readers who had never picked up a comic book before. Issue 3 was originally slated for a September release but was pushed to a final release date of nearly a year late in August The constant revisions of the date became a running forum joke at the fan site Halo. The collected hardcover features a variety of bonus art and "making of" materials. The supersoldier Master Chief is stowed away aboard an ancient Forerunner ship.


Brian Bendis: That was a bigger challenge for Alex. The edit link for this section can be used to add comments to the review. Criterion 1: well-written[ edit ] Lead: Clause problem: "The series was brought together by Ruwan Jayatilleke, who landed the license to publish Halo comics, including the single-volume Halo Graphic Novel in ". The "who" creates a parenthetical statement and the "including" does the same. Think of it similar to " this with this ". Suggestion - change first comma for a fullstop or a semi-colon.



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