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29th Jul '16 5:17:51 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Creator/KarenTraviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe, and was published in 2012. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}'', while the storyline of the trilogy itself is followed up in ''Literature/HaloMortalDictata''.

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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second a 2012 novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Creator/KarenTraviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe, and was published in 2012. the second part of Creator/KarenTraviss's ''Kilo-Five Trilogy''. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', ''Literature/HaloGlasslands'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}'', while the storyline of the trilogy itself is followed up in ''Literature/HaloMortalDictata''.
29th Jul '16 5:15:57 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Creator/KarenTraviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe, published in 2012. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}'', while the storyline of the trilogy itself is followed up in ''Literature/HaloMortalDictata''.

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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Creator/KarenTraviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe, and was published in 2012. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}'', while the storyline of the trilogy itself is followed up in ''Literature/HaloMortalDictata''.
29th Jul '16 5:15:26 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Creator/KarenTraviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}'', while the storyline of the trilogy itself is followed up in ''Literature/HaloMortalDictata''.

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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Creator/KarenTraviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe.universe, published in 2012. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}'', while the storyline of the trilogy itself is followed up in ''Literature/HaloMortalDictata''.
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29th Jul '14 11:53:49 AM SFH
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Elite's slang term for the Brutes is ''Jir'a'ul'', a portmanteau of their species name Jiralhanae and ''a'ul'', which means "lump of wood". In other words, they're calling them "faggots"!

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Elite's Elites' slang term for the Brutes is ''Jir'a'ul'', a portmanteau of their species name Jiralhanae and ''a'ul'', which means "lump of wood". In other words, they're calling them "faggots"!"faggots"!
* HonorBeforeReason: Raia 'Mdama, despite wanting the Elites to stop focusing on being warriors, joins the Servants of the Abiding Truth to look for her husband Jul 'Mdama. [[spoiler:She ends up getting killed when the Covenant separatists shoot down the frigate they're fleeing Sanghelios on, and lead Jul to want to destroy humanity not out of security, but for {{Revenge}}.]]


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* ObstructiveZealot: When the siege of Vadam keep is about to begin, Avu Med 'Telcam orders the Servants of the Abiding Truth kill any of Thel 'Vadam's supporters who flee, but also orders them to not destroy any Forerunner buildings or ruins. Most the bridge of the frigate he's on audibly groans, realizing how much this will hinder them.
8th Mar '14 12:25:10 PM Tuckerscreator
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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Creator/KarenTraviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}'', while the storyline of the trilogy itself is followed up in ''Halo: Mortal Dictata''.

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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Creator/KarenTraviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}'', while the storyline of the trilogy itself is followed up in ''Halo: Mortal Dictata''.
''Literature/HaloMortalDictata''.
17th Jan '14 3:08:23 PM Tuckerscreator
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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Karen Traviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}'', while the storyline of the trilogy itself is followed up in ''Halo: Mortal Dictata''.

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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Karen Traviss Creator/KarenTraviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}'', while the storyline of the trilogy itself is followed up in ''Halo: Mortal Dictata''.
15th Jan '14 4:34:31 PM ued199
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** Staffan Sentzke, an Insurrectionist who hates the [=UNSC=], because he blames them for the death of his daughter and caused her wife to commit suicide. [[spoiler: He's not far off, his daughter is Naomi-010, and they replaced her with a flash clone.]]

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** Staffan Sentzke, an Insurrectionist who deals in nuclear weapons hates the [=UNSC=], because he blames them for the death of his daughter and caused her wife to commit suicide. [[spoiler: He's not far off, his daughter is Naomi-010, and they replaced her with a flash clone. Though the ones who are really responsible for it were ONI.]]
24th Sep '13 2:22:14 PM MisterRandom2
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* OnlySaneMan: Jul 'Mdama feels this way about himself in regards to his own people, and it's not too hard to see why.



** Staffan Sentzke, an Insurrectionist who hates the [=UNSC=], because he blames them for the death of his daughter and caused her wife to commit suicide. [[spoiler: He's not far off, his daughter is Naomi-010, and they replaced her with a flash clone.]]

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** Staffan Sentzke, an Insurrectionist who hates the [=UNSC=], because he blames them for the death of his daughter and caused her wife to commit suicide. [[spoiler: He's not far off, his daughter is Naomi-010, and they replaced her with a flash clone.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: Paragonsky to Director Magnusson after [[spoiler: Jul 'Mdama's escape.
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7th Sep '13 8:28:34 PM Tuckerscreator
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** Staffan Sentzke an Insurrectionist who hates the [=UNSC=], because he blames them for the death of his daughter and caused her wife to commit suicide. [[spoiler: He's not far off, his daughter is Naomi-010, and they replaced her with a flash clone.]]

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** Staffan Sentzke Sentzke, an Insurrectionist who hates the [=UNSC=], because he blames them for the death of his daughter and caused her wife to commit suicide. [[spoiler: He's not far off, his daughter is Naomi-010, and they replaced her with a flash clone.]]
5th Aug '13 4:02:27 PM Tuckerscreator
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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Karen Traviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}''.

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''Halo: The Thursday War'' is the second novel in the ''Kilo-Five Trilogy'' by Karen Traviss set in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' universe. Following the events of ''[[Literature/HaloGlasslands Glasslands]]'', Evan Phillips attempts to keep alive after surviving a surprise attack by Brute rebels, ONI tries to handle the ever increasing tension between the [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Arbiter]] and the forces of the zealous [[TheFundamentalist Avu Med 'Telcam]], and Jul Mdama contemplates how he might escape his confinement on the Shield World Trevelyan. These conflicts lead up to the events on Requiem in ''{{VideoGame/Halo 4}}''.
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