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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \
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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \\\"uniform humans\\\". And no, it\\\'s not just a story element. In Halo 3, the visual motif is of humans fighting alongside gigantic monsters that resemble the enemies. Indeed, several scenes, including the last, show the humans being chummy with elites, or the Master Chief standing backtoback with the Arbiter. Not knowing about those visuals pretty much meant his point about uniformity was blatantly false.

Also, he says that the Covenant want to conquer the humans; they want to kill the humans. If he\\\'s going to ignore story, he shouldn\\\'t talk about it at all.

I will fix the entry so that it mentions only those elements.

Although story context IS important, and just blatantly ignoring it means that his argument is full of holes. Maybe not DidNotDoTheResearch, but certainly a case of misrepresentation not helping him. It\\\'s like saying that Mario games are racist based on the uniformity of the Toads and how Mario and Peach are normal humans, in comparison to the more monstrous and diverse enemies.

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* Did Not Do The Research: His \\\"Combat Evolved\\\" discussion on Halo asserted that the human marines look uniform in comparison to the diverse Covenant; in Halo 3, the humans are teamed up with a species of bipedal 8 foot tall aliens with brightly colored armor. He also mentions that the Covenant want to conquer mankind; in reality, they want to kill all the humans.

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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \
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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \\\"uniform humans\\\". And no, it\\\'s not just a story element. In Halo 3, the visual motif is of humans fighting alongside gigantic monsters that resemble the enemies. Indeed, several scenes, including the last, show the humans being chummy with elites, or the Master Chief standing backtoback with the Arbiter. Not knowing about those visuals pretty much meant his point about uniformity was blatantly false.

Also, he says that the Covenant want to conquer the humans; they want to kill the humans. If he\\\'s going to ignore story, he shouldn\\\'t talk about it at all.

I will fix the entry so that it mentions only those elements.

Although story context IS important, and just blatantly ignoring it means that his argument is full of holes. Maybe not DidNotDoTheResearch, but certainly a case of misrepresentation not helping him.

Here\\\'s a fixed version.
* Did Not Do The Research: His \\\"Combat Evolved\\\" discussion on Halo asserted that the human marines look uniform in comparison to the diverse Covenant; in Halo 3, the humans are teamed up with a species of bipedal 8 foot tall aliens with brightly colored armor. He also mentions that the Covenant want to conquer mankind; in reality, they want to kill all the humans.

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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \
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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \\\"uniform humans\\\". And no, it\\\'s not just a story element. In Halo 3, the visual motif is of humans fighting alongside gigantic monsters that resemble the enemies. Indeed, several scenes, including the last, show the humans being chummy with elites, or the Master Chief standing backtoback with the Arbiter. Not knowing about those visuals pretty much meant his point about uniformity was blatantly false.

Also, he says that the Covenant want to conquer the humans; they want to kill the humans. If he\\\'s going to ignore story, he shouldn\\\'t talk about it at all.

I will fix the entry so that it mentions only those elements.

Although story context IS important, and just blatantly ignoring it means that his argument is full of holes. Maybe not DidNotDoTheResearch, but certainly a case of misrepresentation not helping him.
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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \
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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \\\"uniform humans\\\". And no, it\\\'s not just a story element. In Halo 3, the visual motif is of humans fighting alongside gigantic monsters that resemble the enemies. Indeed, several scenes, including the last, show the humans being chummy with elites, or the Master Chief standing backtoback with the Arbiter. Not knowing about those visuals pretty much meant his point about uniformity was blatantly false.

Also, he says that the Covenant want to conquer the humans; they want to kill the humans.

I will fix the entry so that it mentions only those elements.

Although story context IS important, and just blatantly ignoring it means that his argument is full of holes. Maybe not DidNotDoTheResearch, but certainly a case of misrepresentation not helping him.
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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \
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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \\\"uniform humans\\\". In Halo 3, the visual motif is of humans fighting alongside gigantic monsters that resemble the enemies. Indeed, several scenes, including the last, show the humans being chummy with elites, or the Master Chief standing backtoback with the Arbiter. Not knowing about those visuals pretty much meant his point about uniformity was blatantly false.

Also, he says that the Covenant want to conquer the humans; they want to kill the humans.

I will fix the entry so that it mentions only those elements.

Although story context IS important, and just blatantly ignoring it means that his argument is full of holes. Maybe not DidNotDoTheResearch, but certainly a case of misrepresentation not helping him.
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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least.
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MovieBob does not mention the story elements of the humans teaming up with the Elites, at least, which is in huge contradiction to his point about \\\"uniform humans\\\". In Halo 3, the visual motif is of humans fighting alongside gigantic monsters that resemble the enemies.
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Which means that in Halo 3, the visual motif is of Humans fighting alongside gigantic monsters that resemble the enemies.
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I will fix the entry so that it mentions only those elements.
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I will fix the entry so that it mentions only those elements.

The story context about the Covenant, however, is still important in that it\\\'s the complete OPPOSITE of what he asserts. Maybe it doesn\\\'t belong in Did Not Do the Research (Although from what I can tell, he did not do the research there), but it\\\'s still important.
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