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Humanity is no longer on the defense. We are the giants now.

The Infinity-class supercarrier[4] is a United Nations Space Command heavy warship class designed by the Office of Naval Intelligence during the Human-Covenant war.

Class History[]

The Infinity wasn't originally conceived as a warship. The original purpose of the ship was to be a mobile colony ship in case of societal collapse during the days of the Human-Covenant war, as part of Project OUROBOROS, but the end of the war found it unfinished, and was repurposed as a warship.

In 2553 Engineers from Trevelyan began assisting in the construction of the vessel, allowing Forerunner shielding to be equipped. It was completed that year, with the vessel's first deployment being to Sanghelios, where it fought the Servants of the Abiding Truth.

After the ship's completion, it was re-purposed as a peacetime vessel, searching for Forerunner installations. It was during this mission in 2557 that the ship took part in the First Battle of Requiem. The same vessel would return for the Second Battle of Requiem.

Probably for the high cost of the Infinity, the Eternity wasn't finished, though several pre-manufactured modules were built for it, and retrofitted onto the Infinity in 2558.


The Infinity-class supercarrier is the largest spacecraft ever created by humanity. It has deployment bays from which smaller spacecraft can be deployed. In addition to almost five meters of Titanium-A3 armor, Infinity-class supercarriers also boast incredibly strong energy shields reverse-engineered from Forerunner artifacts found on Shield World Trevelyan. The warships boast several Magnetic Accelerator Cannons, hundreds of 70mm point-defense guns, thousands of missile pods and experimental Forerunner artillery. Each vessel has at least 895 decks, with the most prominent ones being S-deck and the combat deck. S-deck functions as a massive barracks and armory for SPARTAN-IV operatives, and the combat deck is home to a state-of-the-art training simulation deck, designated War Games.

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