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{{AI Infobox
 
{{AI Infobox
|image=[[File:Auntie Dot.png]]
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|image=[[File:Auntie Dot.png|251px]]
 
|name=Auntie Dot
 
|name=Auntie Dot
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|number= ADT 6849-9<ref name="EVG">'''[[Halo: The Essential Visual Guide]]''', page 17</ref>
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|began=[[2541|May 9, 2541]]<ref name="EVG"/>
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|ended=possibly [[2552]]
 
|gender=Female programming
 
|gender=Female programming
 
|description=Constantly changing grid pattern of blue lights
 
|description=Constantly changing grid pattern of blue lights
 
|color=Blue
 
|color=Blue
|affiliation=[[United Nations Space Command|UNSC]]
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|voiced=[[Carole Ruggler]]<ref>'''[[Halo: Reach]]''', ''Credits''</ref>
|function=
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|affiliation=[[United Nations Space Command|UNSC]] [[UNSC Army|Army]]
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|function= Intelligence Support<ref name="EVG"/>
 
|battles=[[Fall of Reach]]
 
|battles=[[Fall of Reach]]
 
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{{Quote|And we are now under attack across the Viery territory, including Orbital Defenses. As per the Winter Contingency, we are countering on every front.|Auntie Dot}}
 
{{Quote|And we are now under attack across the Viery territory, including Orbital Defenses. As per the Winter Contingency, we are countering on every front.|Auntie Dot}}
   
'''Auntie Dot''' was a [[United Nations Space Command|UNSC]] [[Artificial intelligence]] construct at the time of the [[Fall of Reach]].<ref name="IGN">[http://ie.xbox360.ign.com/articles/110/1106694p1.html '''IGN''': ''Why is Master Chief in Halo: Reach?'']</ref><ref name="Campaign">[http://xbox360.ign.com/articles/110/1109806p1.html '''IGN''': ''Deep Into the Halo: Reach Campaign'']</ref> She monitored and assisted [[Noble Team]] during the battle, and kept the team's members connected while they were embarking on separate missions. She observed the team through security cameras and satellites over Reach, but her actual location during the battle is unknown. Similarly, it is not known if Dot survived the Fall of Reach, nor what her activities after it were if she did.
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'''Auntie Dot''', also known simply as '''Dot''', was a [[United Nations Space Command|UNSC]] "Dumb" [[Artificial intelligence|AI]] construct at the time of the [[Fall of Reach]].<ref name="IGN">[http://ie.xbox360.ign.com/articles/110/1106694p1.html '''IGN''': ''Why is Master Chief in Halo: Reach?'']</ref><ref name="Campaign">[http://xbox360.ign.com/articles/110/1109806p1.html '''IGN''': ''Deep Into the Halo: Reach Campaign'']</ref> She monitored and assisted [[Noble Team]] during the battle and kept the team's members connected while they were embarking on separate missions. She observed the team through security cameras and satellites over [[Reach]].
   
Rather than personifying herself in the form of a humanoid avatar, Dot's personal representation is a grid of glowing, constantly changing blue lights.
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Rather than personifying herself in the form of a humanoid avatar, Dot's personal representation is a grid of glowing, constantly changing blue lights. She typically speaks in a calm, dry, and articulate voice with a British accent.
 
Auntie Dot typically speaks in a calm, dry, articulate voice, displaying little emotion compared to AIs like [[Cortana]]. As such, she may be classified as a "Dumb" AI.
 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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*Dot's voice can be purchased as a [[Firefight]] voice in ''Halo: Reach'' for 15,000cR.
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*Dot's grid is displayed as ''Halo: Reach''{{'}}s loading screen.
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*At the end of ''Halo: Reach'', just before the screen fades to black, Dot's grid displays a [[List of seven references in Halo|seven]].
   
*She was voiced by [[Carole Ruggler]].<ref>'''[[Halo: Reach]]''', ''Credits''</ref>
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==Appearances==
*Auntie Dot's voice is usable in ''Halo: Reach'''s [[Firefight]] mode.<ref name="IGN"/>
 
*Auntie Dot's grid is displayed as ''Halo: Reach''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s loading screen.
 
*One of Auntie Dot's loading screen images could be a reference to the [[Superintendent]] AI, as it appears to be a circle-like shape with two eyes in the center.
 
*Dot's grid accompanies the credits sequence to ''Reach'', and at the very end, just before it fades completely into darkness, it displays a [[List of "seven" references in Halo|Seven]].
 
*Dot's grid resembles a flat version of the spherical Forerunner Consoles seen in Halo Wars, minus the Forerunner symbols.
 
*Despite the traits that may classify her as a Dumb AI, she does exhibit some traits, such as emotion, of Smart AIs. Examples include: when she expresses concern for [[Jorge-052|Jorge]] as he watches Sword Base as it is glassed and tries to console him, when she makes a quick remark to [[Emile-A239|Emile]] when he criticizes the coordinates she sent Noble Team, and when she clearly expresses alarm at [[Carter-A259|Carter's]] refusal to acknowledge her hails when she detects that he is badly injured.
 
*She never mentions any Noble Team member's name, always referring to them by their Team number, Spartan designation, or rank. Also, she nevers talks to Noble Six directly.
 
 
==List of appearances==
 
 
 
*''[[Halo: Reach]]'' {{1st}}
 
*''[[Halo: Reach]]'' {{1st}}
   
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
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[[Category:Human A.I.]]
[[Category:Human AI]]
 
[[Category:UNSC technology]]
 
[[Category:Females]]
 
[[Category:A.I.]]
 
[[Category:Halo: Reach]]
 
[[Category:UNSC]]
 

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“And we are now under attack across the Viery territory, including Orbital Defenses. As per the Winter Contingency, we are countering on every front.”
— Auntie Dot

Auntie Dot, also known simply as Dot, was a UNSC "Dumb" AI construct at the time of the Fall of Reach.[3][4] She monitored and assisted Noble Team during the battle and kept the team's members connected while they were embarking on separate missions. She observed the team through security cameras and satellites over Reach.

Rather than personifying herself in the form of a humanoid avatar, Dot's personal representation is a grid of glowing, constantly changing blue lights. She typically speaks in a calm, dry, and articulate voice with a British accent.

TriviaEdit

  • Dot's voice can be purchased as a Firefight voice in Halo: Reach for 15,000cR.
  • Dot's grid is displayed as Halo: Reach's loading screen.
  • At the end of Halo: Reach, just before the screen fades to black, Dot's grid displays a seven.

AppearancesEdit

SourcesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Halo: The Essential Visual Guide, page 17
  2. Halo: Reach, Credits
  3. IGN: Why is Master Chief in Halo: Reach?
  4. IGN: Deep Into the Halo: Reach Campaign


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