History Literature / TheForerunnerSaga

29th Jul '16 8:09:20 PM Flawedspirit
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* EternalEnglish: Averted (though not with English because none of the species involved speaks it). The Forerunners use many different languages (only two or three are given any detail, however) and many, many more have been lost over their ten million year history.

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* EternalEnglish: Averted (though not with English because none of the species involved speaks speak it). The Forerunners use many different languages (only two or three are given any detail, however) and many, many more have been lost over their ten million year history.
29th Jul '16 8:04:24 PM Flawedspirit
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* EternalEnglish: Averted (though not with English because none of the species involved speaks it). The Forerunners use many different languages (only two or three are given any detail, however) and many, many more have been lost over their ten million year history.


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** What is known is that it occurred over a somewhat long period of time, and the Forerunners made sure it happened ''consciously''. The humans subjected to it [[AndIMustScream could feel themselves losing strength, mass, and intelligence over time]].
29th Jul '16 5:07:41 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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The first novel, ''Literature/HaloCryptum'', was released in January 2011, with others to follow. The story is told as a first-person narrative, from the perspective of Bornstellar Makes Eternal Lasting, a rebellious young Forerunner fed up with the social rules of Forerunner society. He is sent to a remote mining colony called [[UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} Edom]] by his father to learn discipline, but instead he gets caught up in an adventure involving AncientConspiracy, SealedEvilInACan and {{Lost Superweapon}}s.

The second novel, ''Literature/HaloPrimordium'', was released in January 2012. It covers the adventures of Chakas, a human introduced in the first novel, as he and a select few others journey across Halo Installation 07, seeking to find a way to escape and survive while also avoiding a malevolent entity's grasp, all the while discovering things about the Flood.

The third and final novel, ''Literature/HaloSilentium'', was released March 2013.

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The first novel, ''Literature/HaloCryptum'', was released in January 2011, with others to follow.2011. The story is told as a first-person narrative, from the perspective of Bornstellar Makes Eternal Lasting, a rebellious young Forerunner fed up with the social rules of Forerunner society. He is sent to a remote mining colony called [[UsefulNotes/{{Mars}} Edom]] by his father to learn discipline, but instead he gets caught up in an adventure involving AncientConspiracy, SealedEvilInACan and {{Lost Superweapon}}s.

The second novel, ''Literature/HaloPrimordium'', was released in January 2012. It covers the adventures of Chakas, a human introduced in the first novel, as he and a select few others journey across Halo Installation 07, seeking to find a way to escape and survive while also avoiding a malevolent entity's grasp, all the while discovering things about the virulent entity known as the Flood.

The third and final novel, ''Literature/HaloSilentium'', was released March 2013. It is presented as a series of Forerunner logs detailing the final days of their civilization.



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3rd Jul '16 1:05:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheObiWan: The Didact to Bornstellar.
1st Apr '16 2:23:19 PM MarqFJA
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* CameBackWrong : [[spoiler: The Flood originated from the highly versatile cells of Precursors being damaged due to beingin stasis for eons.]]

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* CameBackWrong : [[spoiler: The Flood originated from the highly versatile cells of Precursors being damaged due to beingin being in stasis for eons.]]
27th Jan '14 2:23:19 PM LentilSandEater
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* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: [[spoiler: The humans and San 'Shyuum resisting the Forerunner siege of Charum Hakkor during the Forerunner-human war kill themselves rather than surrender. [[spoiler: This mass suicide could also be seen as the last act of defiance to make sure the secrets to combat the Flood die with them.]]

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* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: [[spoiler: The humans and San 'Shyuum resisting the Forerunner siege of Charum Hakkor during the Forerunner-human war kill themselves rather than surrender. [[spoiler: This mass suicide could also be seen as the last act of defiance to make sure the secrets to combat the Flood die with them.]]
27th Jan '14 2:22:54 PM LentilSandEater
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* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: [[spoiler: The humans and San 'Shyuum resisting the Forerunner siege of Charum Hakkor during the Forerunner-human war kill themselves rather than surrender. Anyone familiar with Halo can see their perspective though: who wouldn't chose death over being sent back to the Flood?]]
** [[spoiler:At the time, they'd pushed the Flood back so it was not much a threat to them. What they feared were the inevitable punishments to the defeated foes of the Forerunners. The prospects of watching their once mighty empire dismantled, the children devolved clearly made death vastly preferable.]]
** [[spoiler: This mass suicide could also be seen as the last act of defiance to make sure the secrets to combat the Flood die with them.]]

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* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: [[spoiler: The humans and San 'Shyuum resisting the Forerunner siege of Charum Hakkor during the Forerunner-human war kill themselves rather than surrender. Anyone familiar with Halo can see their perspective though: who wouldn't chose death over being sent back to the Flood?]]
** [[spoiler:At the time, they'd pushed the Flood back so it was not much a threat to them. What they feared were the inevitable punishments to the defeated foes of the Forerunners. The prospects of watching their once mighty empire dismantled, the children devolved clearly made death vastly preferable.]]
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[[spoiler: This mass suicide could also be seen as the last act of defiance to make sure the secrets to combat the Flood die with them.]]
21st Oct '13 1:40:32 PM madcapguy
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** It's revealed in ''Primordium'' that [[spoiler:the Precursors created the Flood to be a last ditch "fuck you" to the Forerunner, their rebellious servants.]]

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** It's revealed in ''Primordium'' that [[spoiler:the Precursors created the Flood to be a last ditch "fuck you" to the Forerunner, Forerunners, their rebellious servants.]]
18th Jun '13 6:09:24 AM SeptimusHeap
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* HumansAreBastards: Pretty much how the Forerunners view the humans by the events of ''Cryptum'', and for a reason. The ancient humans conquered several Forerunner worlds, though this was an act of desperation as the humans were on the run from [[spoiler:the Flood]] that ravaged many of the worlds on the other side of their empire. Many of the Forerunner worlds that humanity destroyed were also [[spoiler:infected by the Flood. Humanity was trying to stop it.]]


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* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Pretty much how the Forerunners view the humans by the events of ''Cryptum'', and for a reason. The ancient humans conquered several Forerunner worlds, though this was an act of desperation as the humans were on the run from [[spoiler:the Flood]] that ravaged many of the worlds on the other side of their empire. Many of the Forerunner worlds that humanity destroyed were also [[spoiler:infected by the Flood. Humanity was trying to stop it.]]
3rd Jun '13 3:09:07 AM ued199
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** The Forerunners also get hit with this. [[spoiler:The Flood are actually the Precursors who transformed themselves into powder, and later regenerated and mutated into the Flood, and they are out for vengeance against the Forerunners.]]
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