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* The Prophet of Truth, Ord Casto, was one of the {{Big Bad}}s of the {{Halo}} series and instigator of the attempted genocide of two species. After finding out that humans were the descendants of Forerunners, thus violating Covenant doctrine, Truth, along with his cohorts Mercy and Regret, decided to wipe out humanity rather than risk their species losing power. While originally more concerned with personal power instead of the Covenant religion, as time went on Truth became more and more devoted to the idea of procuring [[AGodAmI godhood for himself]] through [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence the Great Journey]], and took more drastic steps to make it a reality. Believing the Jiralhane (Brutes) to be more vicious and mindlessly devoted pawns than the Sangheili (Elites), Truth secretly ordered the genocide of the Sangheili race after ensuring the Jiralhane supplanted them. This triggered the Covenant Civil War. Cold-blooded and ruthless, Truth felt no loyalty or affection for his fellow Prophets. Truth prevented Covenant forces from saving Regret in order to use Regret's death for political gain, and allowed Mercy to die by the parasitic Flood for no reason at all. Even when having evidence that the Halo Rings were not devices to procure godhood but were instead weapons of mass destruction, Truth decided to activate all of them anyway, willing to risk the death of all life in the galaxy just to have the chance to become a god.
* Police Commissioner Kinsler, a brutal thug and DirtyCop who took advantage of the chaos caused by the Covenant's invasion of New Mombasa to carry out his crimes without repercussion. The first time Sadie encounters him, Kinsler reveals his intention to rape and kill her. When Sadie escaped from him with the help of Kinsler's driver, Mike Branley, Kinsler swore revenge on both of them. After Vergil, a subroutine of the AI that maintained New Mombasa's infrastructure, prevents Kinsler from killing Branley and recapturing Sadie, Kinsler responds by shutting the AI down. This has the effect of grinding New Mombasa's evacuation to a hault and causing many unnecessary deaths. Kinsler's final attempt to capture Sadie has him [[ScarpiaUltimatum threatening to murder her father if Sadie doesn't willingly turn herself in]]. When Sadie arrives at Kinsler's private train car, Kinsler's having his corrupt officers fire into the crowd of panicked refugees to prevent them from escaping on his train. Once Sadie's in his clutches, Kinsler reveals that he already murdered her father by flooding his lab with argon and then tries to have his way with her again.
* Faber, the Forerunner known as the Master Builder. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it only so he could toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened.

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* The Prophet of Truth, Ord Casto, was one of the {{Big Bad}}s of the {{Halo}} series and instigator of the attempted genocide of two species. After finding out that humans were the descendants of Forerunners, thus violating Covenant doctrine, Truth, along with his cohorts Mercy and Regret, decided to wipe out humanity rather than risk their species losing power. While originally more concerned with personal power instead of the Covenant religion, as time went on Truth became more and more devoted to the idea of procuring [[AGodAmI godhood for himself]] through [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence the Great Journey]], and took more drastic steps to make it a reality. Believing the Jiralhane (Brutes) to be more vicious and mindlessly devoted pawns than the Sangheili (Elites), Truth secretly ordered the genocide of the Sangheili race after ensuring the Jiralhane supplanted them. This triggered the Covenant Civil War. Cold-blooded and ruthless, Truth felt no loyalty or affection for his fellow Prophets. Truth prevented Covenant forces from saving Regret in order to use Regret's death for political gain, and allowed Mercy to die by the parasitic Flood for no reason at all. Even when having evidence that the Halo Rings were not devices to procure godhood but were instead weapons of mass destruction, Truth decided to activate all of them anyway, willing to risk the death of all life in the galaxy just to have the chance to become a god.
* Police Commissioner Kinsler, a brutal thug and DirtyCop who took advantage of the chaos caused by the Covenant's invasion of New Mombasa to carry out his crimes without repercussion. The first time Sadie encounters him, Kinsler reveals his intention to rape and kill her. When Sadie escaped from him with the help of Kinsler's driver, Mike Branley, Kinsler swore revenge on both of them. After Vergil, a subroutine of the AI that maintained New Mombasa's infrastructure, prevents Kinsler from killing Branley and recapturing Sadie, Kinsler responds by shutting the AI down. This has the effect of grinding New Mombasa's evacuation to a hault and causing many unnecessary deaths. Kinsler's final attempt to capture Sadie has him [[ScarpiaUltimatum threatening to murder her father if Sadie doesn't willingly turn herself in]]. When Sadie arrives at Kinsler's private train car, Kinsler's having his corrupt officers fire into the crowd of panicked refugees to prevent them from escaping on his train. Once Sadie's in his clutches, Kinsler reveals that he already murdered her father by flooding his lab with argon and then tries to have his way with her again.
* Faber, the Forerunner known as the Master Builder. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it only so he could toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened.
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27th Jan '13 11:21:30 AM OccasionalExister
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* The Prophet of Truth, Ord Casto, was one of the {{Big Bad}}s of the {{Halo}} series and instigator of the attempted genocide of two species. After finding out that humans were the descendants of Forerunners, thus violating Covenant doctrine, Truth, along with his cohorts Mercy and Regret, decided to wipe out humanity rather than risk their species losing power. While originally more concerned with personal power instead of the Covenant religion, as time went on Truth became more and more devoted to the idea of procuring [[AGodAmI godhood for himself]] through [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence the Great Journey]], and took more drastic steps to make it a reality. Believing the Jiralhane (Brutes) to be more vicious and mindlessly devoted pawns than the Sangheili (Elites), Truth secretly ordered the genocide of the Sangheili race after ensuring the Jiralhane supplanted them. This triggered the Covenant Civil War. Cold-blooded and ruthless, Truth felt no loyalty or affection for his fellow Prophets. Truth prevented Covenant forces from saving Regret in order to use Regretís death for political gain, and allowed Mercy to die by the parasitic Flood for no reason at all. Even when having evidence that the Halo Rings were not devices to procure godhood but were instead weapons of mass destruction, Truth decided to activate all of them anyway, willing to risk the death of all life in the galaxy just to have the chance to become a god.

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* The Prophet of Truth, Ord Casto, was one of the {{Big Bad}}s of the {{Halo}} series and instigator of the attempted genocide of two species. After finding out that humans were the descendants of Forerunners, thus violating Covenant doctrine, Truth, along with his cohorts Mercy and Regret, decided to wipe out humanity rather than risk their species losing power. While originally more concerned with personal power instead of the Covenant religion, as time went on Truth became more and more devoted to the idea of procuring [[AGodAmI godhood for himself]] through [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence the Great Journey]], and took more drastic steps to make it a reality. Believing the Jiralhane (Brutes) to be more vicious and mindlessly devoted pawns than the Sangheili (Elites), Truth secretly ordered the genocide of the Sangheili race after ensuring the Jiralhane supplanted them. This triggered the Covenant Civil War. Cold-blooded and ruthless, Truth felt no loyalty or affection for his fellow Prophets. Truth prevented Covenant forces from saving Regret in order to use Regretís Regret's death for political gain, and allowed Mercy to die by the parasitic Flood for no reason at all. Even when having evidence that the Halo Rings were not devices to procure godhood but were instead weapons of mass destruction, Truth decided to activate all of them anyway, willing to risk the death of all life in the galaxy just to have the chance to become a god.
27th Jan '13 11:18:52 AM OccasionalExister
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* From {{Halo}} 3: ODST's audio-files, we have Police Commissioner Kinsler. Over the course of the story told in the various audio-packets you find throughout the city, he [[spoiler:tries to capture and [[AttemptedRape rape]] Sadie multiple times, has the city Superintendent shut down, hindering rescue work and thus likely resulting in hundreds of unnecessary deaths, [[ButForMeItWasTuesday casually]] orders the execution of Dr. Endesha (Sadie's father), has his [[CorruptCop troops]] [[MoralEventHorizon open fire on a tightly-packed group of civilians]] who were trying to get to safety in his train car, and other things I can't remember at the moment. The last of those acts gets him killed when Vergil opens the train doors, allowing the [[TorchesAndPitchforks angry mob]] to rush in and literally [[KarmicDeath tear him apart]]]].
* There's Prophet of Truth - he's TheCaligula who [[OmnicidalManiac intends to wipe out everything in the universe with Halo]]. He attempts to commit genocide against the Elites, causes trillions of deaths just so that he won't lose power, and after coldly murdering Miranda Keyes, he forces Johnson to activate the Halos while ''mocking him and calling humanity weak.'' Never mind that Miranda was something of a student to Johnson. His death at the hands of the Arbiter is pretty damn satisfying. At least Gravemind gets a point for operating on BlueAndOrangeMorality. Also, he knew [[PathOfInspiration the Great Journey]] was a lie, according to the books, and ordered the genocide of humanity anyway in order to get himself named Hierarch.

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* From {{Halo}} 3: ODST's audio-files, we have Police Commissioner Kinsler. Over the course of the story told in the various audio-packets you find throughout the city, he [[spoiler:tries to capture and [[AttemptedRape rape]] Sadie multiple times, has the city Superintendent shut down, hindering rescue work and thus likely resulting in hundreds of unnecessary deaths, [[ButForMeItWasTuesday casually]] orders the execution of Dr. Endesha (Sadie's father), has his [[CorruptCop troops]] [[MoralEventHorizon open fire on a tightly-packed group of civilians]] who were trying to get to safety in his train car, and other things I can't remember at the moment. The last of those acts gets him killed when Vergil opens the train doors, allowing the [[TorchesAndPitchforks angry mob]] to rush in and literally [[KarmicDeath tear him apart]]]].
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Prophet of Truth - he's TheCaligula who [[OmnicidalManiac intends Truth, Ord Casto, was one of the {{Big Bad}}s of the {{Halo}} series and instigator of the attempted genocide of two species. After finding out that humans were the descendants of Forerunners, thus violating Covenant doctrine, Truth, along with his cohorts Mercy and Regret, decided to wipe out everything in the universe with Halo]]. He attempts to commit genocide against the Elites, causes trillions of deaths just so that he won't lose power, and after coldly murdering Miranda Keyes, he forces Johnson to activate the Halos while ''mocking him and calling humanity weak.'' Never mind that Miranda was something of a student to Johnson. His death at the hands rather than risk their species losing power. While originally more concerned with personal power instead of the Arbiter is pretty damn satisfying. At least Gravemind gets a point Covenant religion, as time went on Truth became more and more devoted to the idea of procuring [[AGodAmI godhood for operating on BlueAndOrangeMorality. Also, he knew [[PathOfInspiration himself]] through [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence the Great Journey]] was a lie, according Journey]], and took more drastic steps to make it a reality. Believing the books, Jiralhane (Brutes) to be more vicious and mindlessly devoted pawns than the Sangheili (Elites), Truth secretly ordered the genocide of humanity anyway the Sangheili race after ensuring the Jiralhane supplanted them. This triggered the Covenant Civil War. Cold-blooded and ruthless, Truth felt no loyalty or affection for his fellow Prophets. Truth prevented Covenant forces from saving Regret in order to get himself named Hierarch.use Regretís death for political gain, and allowed Mercy to die by the parasitic Flood for no reason at all. Even when having evidence that the Halo Rings were not devices to procure godhood but were instead weapons of mass destruction, Truth decided to activate all of them anyway, willing to risk the death of all life in the galaxy just to have the chance to become a god.
* Police Commissioner Kinsler, a brutal thug and DirtyCop who took advantage of the chaos caused by the Covenant's invasion of New Mombasa to carry out his crimes without repercussion. The first time Sadie encounters him, Kinsler reveals his intention to rape and kill her. When Sadie escaped from him with the help of Kinsler's driver, Mike Branley, Kinsler swore revenge on both of them. After Vergil, a subroutine of the AI that maintained New Mombasa's infrastructure, prevents Kinsler from killing Branley and recapturing Sadie, Kinsler responds by shutting the AI down. This has the effect of grinding New Mombasa's evacuation to a hault and causing many unnecessary deaths. Kinsler's final attempt to capture Sadie has him [[ScarpiaUltimatum threatening to murder her father if Sadie doesn't willingly turn herself in]]. When Sadie arrives at Kinsler's private train car, Kinsler's having his corrupt officers fire into the crowd of panicked refugees to prevent them from escaping on his train. Once Sadie's in his clutches, Kinsler reveals that he already murdered her father by flooding his lab with argon and then tries to have his way with her again.
14th Jan '13 4:37:38 PM OccasionalExister
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* Faber, the Forerunner known as the Master Builder. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to ''use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos''. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it only so he could ''toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened''.

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* Faber, the Forerunner known as the Master Builder. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to ''use use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos''. Halos. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it only so he could ''toss toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened''.happened.
14th Jan '13 4:37:09 PM OccasionalExister
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* The Forerunner known as the Master Builder, a.k.a. Faber. Good Lord, he'll utterly tear your "Forerunners were noble heroes" view apart. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to ''use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos''. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it...so he could ''toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened''.

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* The Faber, the Forerunner known as the Master Builder, a.k.a. Faber. Good Lord, he'll utterly tear your "Forerunners were noble heroes" view apart.Builder. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to ''use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos''. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it...it only so he could ''toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened''.
3rd Jan '13 3:36:44 PM OccasionalExister
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* Haka, from the ''HaloLegends'' DVD adaptation, easily qualifies. He has a friend of the then-Arbiter murder the Arbiter's wife, after an off-screen beating that, judging from the injuries, was horribly brutal. He then lures the Arbiter into an ambush to kill him and usurp his clan leadership because the Arbiter wasn't part of the Covenant. Oh, and while most Elites would have had the justification of the Great Journey, believing that only a unified Covenant could reach Paradise, Haka didn't give a damn. To him, the Journey was simply a means to control other Elites and take power.
* The Forerunner known as the Master Builder, a.k.a. Faber. Good Lord, he'll utterly tear your "Forerunners were noble heroes" view apart. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to ''use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos''. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it...so he could ''toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened''.
* [[BigBad The Didact]] in Halo 4. When he's accidentally [[SealedEvilInACan unleashed from his can]], he wastes no time in [[EnemyMine uniting the local Covenant Storm faction and the Prometheans]] and plunge the galaxy into chaos like he did millennia ago. His weapon of choice is the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Composer]], a device which [[spoiler: [[AndIMustScream turns human essence into data so they can be made into new Promethean forces]], in a manner similar to [[MassEffect2 the creation of a Reaper]].]] He ''despises'' humanity for supposedly seizing the Mantle, and will stop at '''nothing''' to claim what is rightfully his.

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* Haka, from the ''HaloLegends'' DVD adaptation, easily qualifies. He has a friend of the then-Arbiter murder the Arbiter's wife, after an off-screen beating that, judging from the injuries, was horribly brutal. He then lures the Arbiter into an ambush to kill him and usurp his clan leadership because the Arbiter wasn't part of the Covenant. Oh, and while most Elites would have had the justification of the Great Journey, believing that only a unified Covenant could reach Paradise, Haka didn't give a damn. To him, the Journey was simply a means to control other Elites and take power.
* The Forerunner known as the Master Builder, a.k.a. Faber. Good Lord, he'll utterly tear your "Forerunners were noble heroes" view apart. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to ''use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos''. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it...so he could ''toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened''. \n* [[BigBad The Didact]] in Halo 4. When he's accidentally [[SealedEvilInACan unleashed from his can]], he wastes no time in [[EnemyMine uniting the local Covenant Storm faction and the Prometheans]] and plunge the galaxy into chaos like he did millennia ago. His weapon of choice is the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Composer]], a device which [[spoiler: [[AndIMustScream turns human essence into data so they can be made into new Promethean forces]], in a manner similar to [[MassEffect2 the creation of a Reaper]].]] He ''despises'' humanity for supposedly seizing the Mantle, and will stop at '''nothing''' to claim what is rightfully his.
1st Jan '13 10:38:45 PM alupe99a
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* spoiler:[[BigBad The Didact]] in Halo 4. When he's accidentally [[SealedEvilInACan unleashed from his can]], he wastes no time in [[EnemyMine uniting the local Covenant Storm faction and the Prometheans]] and plunge the galaxy into chaos like he did millennia ago. His weapon of choice is the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Composer]], a device which [[AndIMustScream turns human essence into data so they can be made into new Promethean forces]], in a manner similar to [[MassEffect2 the creation of a Reaper]]. He ''despises'' humanity for supposedly seizing the Mantle, and will stop at '''nothing''' to claim what is rightfully his.

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* spoiler:[[BigBad [[BigBad The Didact]] in Halo 4. When he's accidentally [[SealedEvilInACan unleashed from his can]], he wastes no time in [[EnemyMine uniting the local Covenant Storm faction and the Prometheans]] and plunge the galaxy into chaos like he did millennia ago. His weapon of choice is the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Composer]], a device which [[spoiler: [[AndIMustScream turns human essence into data so they can be made into new Promethean forces]], in a manner similar to [[MassEffect2 the creation of a Reaper]]. Reaper]].]] He ''despises'' humanity for supposedly seizing the Mantle, and will stop at '''nothing''' to claim what is rightfully his.
26th Dec '12 5:27:57 PM Shaoken
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* The Forerunner known as the Master Builder, a.k.a. Faber. Good Lord, he'll utterly tear your "Forerunners were noble heroes" view apart. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to ''use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos''. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it...so he could ''toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened''. Unfortunately, he's long dead by Halo 4, so we don't get to f*ck him up for it.
* [[spoiler:[[BigBad The Didact]] in Halo 4]]. When he's accidentally [[SealedEvilInACan unleashed from his can]], he wastes no time in [[EnemyMine uniting the local Covenant Storm faction and the Prometheans]] and plunge the galaxy into chaos like he did millennia ago. His weapon of choice is the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Composer]], a device which [[AndIMustScream turns human essence into data so they can be made into new Promethean forces]], in a manner similar to [[MassEffect2 the creation of a Reaper]]. He ''despises'' humanity for supposedly seizing the Mantle, and will stop at '''nothing''' to claim what is rightfully his. The worst part? Even after [[DisneyVillainDeath falling into the abyss of his ship]], he's ''still alive''. [[BringMyBrownPants Right now would be a very good time to change your undies.]]

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* The Forerunner known as the Master Builder, a.k.a. Faber. Good Lord, he'll utterly tear your "Forerunners were noble heroes" view apart. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to ''use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos''. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it...so he could ''toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened''. Unfortunately, he's long dead by Halo 4, so we don't get to f*ck him up for it.\n
* [[spoiler:[[BigBad spoiler:[[BigBad The Didact]] in Halo 4]].4. When he's accidentally [[SealedEvilInACan unleashed from his can]], he wastes no time in [[EnemyMine uniting the local Covenant Storm faction and the Prometheans]] and plunge the galaxy into chaos like he did millennia ago. His weapon of choice is the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Composer]], a device which [[AndIMustScream turns human essence into data so they can be made into new Promethean forces]], in a manner similar to [[MassEffect2 the creation of a Reaper]]. He ''despises'' humanity for supposedly seizing the Mantle, and will stop at '''nothing''' to claim what is rightfully his. The worst part? Even after [[DisneyVillainDeath falling into the abyss of his ship]], he's ''still alive''. [[BringMyBrownPants Right now would be a very good time to change your undies.]]
26th Nov '12 1:29:25 AM Trogdor7620
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* [[spoiler:[[BigBad The Didact]] in Halo 4]]. When he's accidentally [[SealedEvilInACan unleashed from his can]], he wastes no time in uniting the local Covenant Storm faction and the Prometheans and plunge the galaxy into chaos like he did millennia ago. His weapon of choice is the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Composer]], a device which [[AndIMustScream turns human essence into data so they can be made into new Promethean forces]], in a manner similar to [[MassEffect2 the creation of a Reaper]]. He ''despises'' humanity for supposedly seizing the Mantle, and will stop at '''nothing''' to claim what is rightfully his. The worst part? Even after [[DisneyVillainDeath falling into the abyss of his ship]], he's ''still alive''. [[BringMyBrownPants Right now would be a very good time to change your undies.]]

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* [[spoiler:[[BigBad The Didact]] in Halo 4]]. When he's accidentally [[SealedEvilInACan unleashed from his can]], he wastes no time in [[EnemyMine uniting the local Covenant Storm faction and the Prometheans Prometheans]] and plunge the galaxy into chaos like he did millennia ago. His weapon of choice is the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Composer]], a device which [[AndIMustScream turns human essence into data so they can be made into new Promethean forces]], in a manner similar to [[MassEffect2 the creation of a Reaper]]. He ''despises'' humanity for supposedly seizing the Mantle, and will stop at '''nothing''' to claim what is rightfully his. The worst part? Even after [[DisneyVillainDeath falling into the abyss of his ship]], he's ''still alive''. [[BringMyBrownPants Right now would be a very good time to change your undies.]]
14th Nov '12 7:03:13 AM Trogdor7620
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* The Forerunner known as the Master Builder, a.k.a. Faber. Good Lord, he'll utterly tear your "Forerunners were noble heroes" view apart. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to ''use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos''. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it...so he could ''toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened''. Unfortunately, he's long dead by Halo 4, so we don't get to f*ck him up for it.

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* The Forerunner known as the Master Builder, a.k.a. Faber. Good Lord, he'll utterly tear your "Forerunners were noble heroes" view apart. Power hungry, vain, and a horrible racist to other aliens and basically anyone who isn't a builder, he built the Halos basically so he and his pals could be in charge. When the San'Shyuum (Prophets) revolted after they realized the Forerunners were losing to the Flood, he figured the fair punishment was to ''use their homeworld as a test subject for his Halos''. And when the Forerunner council told him he had to allow the Librarian to use the Halos as preserves for sentient life, he allowed it...so he could ''toss those populations to the Flood and see what happened''. Unfortunately, he's long dead by Halo 4, so we don't get to f*ck him up for it.it.
* [[spoiler:[[BigBad The Didact]] in Halo 4]]. When he's accidentally [[SealedEvilInACan unleashed from his can]], he wastes no time in uniting the local Covenant Storm faction and the Prometheans and plunge the galaxy into chaos like he did millennia ago. His weapon of choice is the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Composer]], a device which [[AndIMustScream turns human essence into data so they can be made into new Promethean forces]], in a manner similar to [[MassEffect2 the creation of a Reaper]]. He ''despises'' humanity for supposedly seizing the Mantle, and will stop at '''nothing''' to claim what is rightfully his. The worst part? Even after [[DisneyVillainDeath falling into the abyss of his ship]], he's ''still alive''. [[BringMyBrownPants Right now would be a very good time to change your undies.]]
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