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* NotSoDifferent: Three overhears a transmission of Thon mourning his brother's capture, and comes to think the Elite might not be that different from him. Thon too comes to learn that humans also have concepts of honor, teamwork, and family that he finds worthy of respect.

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* NotSoDifferent: NotSoDifferentRemark: Three overhears a transmission of Thon mourning his brother's capture, and comes to think the Elite might not be that different from him. Thon too comes to learn that humans also have concepts of honor, teamwork, and family that he finds worthy of respect.


* TheImmune: A Hunter captured by Ebullient Prism is the first lifeform immune to the Flood that the Monitor has ever found. Unfortunately, its relatively low intelligence and overly complex physiology make it impractical for a cure, so Prism promptly kills it.

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* TheImmune: A Hunter (which is a being made out of thousands of alien worms with a single HiveMind) captured by Ebullient Prism is the first lifeform immune to the Flood that the Monitor has ever found. Unfortunately, its relatively low intelligence and overly complex physiology make it impractical for a cure, so Prism promptly kills it.

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* CassandraTruth: Iona realizes that the signals being sent by Line Installation 1-4 to the UNSC ''Long Time Coming'' might be foretelling something dangerous, but is ignored until it's too late.

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* LetsYouAndHimFight: [[spoiler:Ebullient Prism hacks the imaging on Two, Three, and Four's [=HUDs=] in order to make the Spartans kill each other and break up Three's and Four's tenuous alliance with Thon's forces. Among other things, this results in Four nearly killing Two after being tricked into thinking she was Thon betraying their alliance, which causes Four to snap and start attempting to carry out his repressed grudge against Three, whom he blames for the situation.]]


* TisOnlyABulletInTheBrain: Black-Two survives a beam rifle shot to the head, somehow. After a period of unconsciousness, she dismisses it as having a headache.

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* TisOnlyABulletInTheBrain: Black-Two survives a beam rifle shot to the head, somehow. After a period of unconsciousness, she dismisses it as having a headache.


In late 2552, an undercover UNSC vessel and a Covenant ship have their respective missions both go awry as the two ships' slipspace jumps are interrupted. The ships are shot down by an old Forerunner defense system, which has still been active in the past hundred millennia. Only the Spartans and a handful of Covenant survive, but their war has to be put on hold after Forerunner machines kidnap some of their teammates. Forced to make an uneasy alliance, Spartan Team Black and the Covenant crew must come to grips with their enmity, not just towards each other, but even their own teammates.

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In late 2552, an undercover UNSC vessel and a Covenant ship have their respective missions both go awry as the two ships' slipspace jumps are interrupted. The ships then are shot down by an old Forerunner defense system, which has still been active in the past hundred millennia. Only the Spartans and a handful of Covenant survive, but their war has to be put on hold after Forerunner machines kidnap some of their teammates. Forced to make an uneasy alliance, Spartan Team Black and the Covenant crew must come to grips with their enmity, not just towards each other, but even their own teammates.


In late 2552, the missions of an undercover UNSC vessel and a Covenant ship both go awry as the two ships' slipspace jumps are interrupted. The ships are shot down by an old Forerunner defense system, which has still been active in the past hundred millennia. Only the Spartans and a handful of Covenant survive, but their war has to be put on hold after Forerunner machines kidnap some of their teammates. Forced to make an uneasy alliance, Spartan Team Black and the Covenant crew must come to grips with their enmity, not just towards each other, but even their own teammates.

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In late 2552, the missions of an undercover UNSC vessel and a Covenant ship have their respective missions both go awry as the two ships' slipspace jumps are interrupted. The ships are shot down by an old Forerunner defense system, which has still been active in the past hundred millennia. Only the Spartans and a handful of Covenant survive, but their war has to be put on hold after Forerunner machines kidnap some of their teammates. Forced to make an uneasy alliance, Spartan Team Black and the Covenant crew must come to grips with their enmity, not just towards each other, but even their own teammates.


''Halo: Blood Line'' is a 2009-2010 five-issue comic set in the ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' universe and published by Creator/MarvelComics. It was written by Fred Van Lente, and centers around a squad of Spartan-[=IIs=] known as Team Black (making their return from ''Literature/HaloEvolutions''[='s=] ''Blunt Instruments'').

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''Halo: Blood Line'' is a 2009-2010 five-issue comic series set in the ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' universe and published by Creator/MarvelComics. It was written by Fred Van Lente, and centers around a squad of Spartan-[=IIs=] known as Team Black (making their return from ''Literature/HaloEvolutions''[='s=] ''Blunt Instruments'').


''Halo: Blood Line'' is a comic set in the ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' universe and published by Creator/MarvelComics. It was written by Fred Van Lente, and centers a squad of Spartans known as Team Black.

In late 2552, an undercover UNSC mission and Covenant ship rendezvous goes awry as the two ships' slipspace jumps are interrupted. The ships are shot down by an old Forerunner defense system, still active in the past hundred millennia. Only a handful of humans and Covenant survive, but their war has to be put on hold after Forerunner machines kidnap some of their teammates. Forced to make an uneasy alliance, Spartan Team Black and the Covenant crew come to face their internalized enmity, against both aliens and their own teammates.

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''Halo: Blood Line'' is a 2009-2010 five-issue comic set in the ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' universe and published by Creator/MarvelComics. It was written by Fred Van Lente, and centers around a squad of Spartans Spartan-[=IIs=] known as Team Black.

Black (making their return from ''Literature/HaloEvolutions''[='s=] ''Blunt Instruments'').

In late 2552, the missions of an undercover UNSC mission vessel and a Covenant ship rendezvous goes both go awry as the two ships' slipspace jumps are interrupted. The ships are shot down by an old Forerunner defense system, which has still been active in the past hundred millennia. Only the Spartans and a handful of humans and Covenant survive, but their war has to be put on hold after Forerunner machines kidnap some of their teammates. Forced to make an uneasy alliance, Spartan Team Black and the Covenant crew must come to face grips with their internalized enmity, against both aliens and not just towards each other, but even their own teammates.
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'''''Halo: Blood Line''''' is a comic set in the ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' universe and published by Creator/MarvelComics. It was written by Fred Van Lente, and centers a squad of Spartans known as Team Black.

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'''''Halo: ''Halo: Blood Line''''' Line'' is a comic set in the ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' universe and published by Creator/MarvelComics. It was written by Fred Van Lente, and centers a squad of Spartans known as Team Black.


* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:Reff goes mad with power after he's rescued, declaring it destiny that he came to this artifact and planning to blow up the approaching Covenant ships and building a new empire here. When Thon reprimands him for his arrogance, Reff kills his own brother.]]

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* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:Reff [[spoiler:Played with. Reff goes mad with power after he's rescued, declaring it destiny that he came to this the artifact and planning to blow up the approaching Covenant ships and building and build a new empire here."new Covenant". When Thon reprimands him for his arrogance, Reff kills his own brother. That being said, Reff at least intended to spare humanity after taking power, making him ALighterShadeOfBlack compared to his comrades from Team Black's perspective.]]


* LaserGuidedKarma: ''Literally''. [[spoiler:Shortly after Reff kills his brother and shoots down a Covenant fleet, Ebullient Prism returns [[EyeBeams Eye-Lasers]] him to a crisp.]]

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* LaserGuidedKarma: ''Literally''. [[spoiler:Shortly after Reff kills his brother and shoots down a Covenant fleet, Ebullient Prism returns and [[EyeBeams Eye-Lasers]] eye-lasers]] him to a crisp.]]


* NotQuiteDead: Black-Two is seemingly shot in the head [[spoiler:by her own teammate, fooling into thinking she was an Elite]]. She's out cold and there's blood everywhere, yet she jarringly is back up and fighting again by the end of the comic.

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* NotQuiteDead: Black-Two is seemingly shot in the head [[spoiler:by her own teammate, fooling fooled into thinking she was an Elite]]. She's out cold and there's blood everywhere, yet she jarringly is back up and fighting again by the end of the comic.

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* GoForTheEye: Black-One manages to steal a Super Sentinel Beam and fires into Prism's eye. It doesn't hurt him much, being a robot and all, but it does get him pretty mad.


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* SuperDeformed: Iona's avatar for her second interface is small and cuter in an {{Animesque}} style. [[spoiler:After Prism takes it over, it stays cute but with ''much'' more bloodthirsty expressions.]]


* BeliefMakesYouStupid: The Sangheili Reff 'Talamee belives everything that happens is the will of the Forerunner, even down to small accidents. His brother Thon is religious, but finds his brother's preaching to be tiring and annoying.

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* BeliefMakesYouStupid: The Sangheili Reff 'Talamee belives believes everything that happens is the will of the Forerunner, Forerunners, even down to small accidents. His brother Thon is religious, but finds his brother's preaching to be tiring and annoying.

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