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  • Since requim has been destroyed and the Didact has been composed, what is to happen of the newest enemy, the Prometheans?

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    • Supposedly they died along with requiem but we cannot guarantee that they all died so i would say that there is still alot more Prometheans out there.

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    • Jul' Mdama could have taken a number of them on his ships, I know i would.

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    • Good point portalier never thought of that.

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    • didact wasn't composed hes immune >:/

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    • and the promies

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    • I don't think we have seen the last of both the Prometheans or the Forunners. At the end of Halo 4 you hear the Didact speak to other Forunners which implies that there are others still out there. I understand that the Prometheans were a creation of the Didact and the Forunners did not condone their creation. But it doesn't mean that the Forunners in the end didn't use them as weapons against the Flood since they were not organic. Just because you don't approve of the creation of the nuclear bomb doesn't mean you won't use it. I am excited to see what Halo 5 has to offer us.

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    • I reckon some Prometheans are on 'Mdama's ships. Season 2 of Spartan Ops would be boring just fighting covies.

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    • Remember that the Didact is immune to the Composer, so he may still be alive on the other side of the slipspace portal.

      Provided that the Prometheans' slipspace devices are long-range, they would have probably evacuated Requiem, now following the Covenant. If the slipspace is only short-range, this will probably be the last we see of them in the franchise and Spartan Ops, unless the Didact returns and summons them again.

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    • I guess will see in season 2 of Spartan Ops

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    • the didact helps the covenant storm because he wants revengene on them for killings his children and why at the end of halo 4 can h e talk.


      plus we need to see predcursors

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    • hey that was me me covenant333

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    • u never know in halo 5 there might be a new planet with prometeans on it

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    • 68.204.153.240 wrote:
      I don't think we have seen the last of both the Prometheans or the Forunners. At the end of Halo 4 you hear the Didact speak to other Forunners which implies that there are others still out there. I understand that the Prometheans were a creation of the Didact and the Forunners did not condone their creation. But it doesn't mean that the Forunners in the end didn't use them as weapons against the Flood since they were not organic. Just because you don't approve of the creation of the nuclear bomb doesn't mean you won't use it. I am excited to see what Halo 5 has to offer us.

      You're making the assumption that the speech was given in the present.

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    • 03-049 Abject Testament wrote:

      68.204.153.240 wrote:
      I don't think we have seen the last of both the Prometheans or the Forunners. At the end of Halo 4 you hear the Didact speak to other Forunners which implies that there are others still out there. I understand that the Prometheans were a creation of the Didact and the Forunners did not condone their creation. But it doesn't mean that the Forunners in the end didn't use them as weapons against the Flood since they were not organic. Just because you don't approve of the creation of the nuclear bomb doesn't mean you won't use it. I am excited to see what Halo 5 has to offer us.

      You're making the assumption that the speech was given in the present.

      His speech is from his trial before he was placed in the cryptum on Requiem and has hints of a return as he was presumed K.I.A because it was assumed he was vulnerable to it as humans were or the fall killed him. Since Forerunners are immune to the composer e.g John-117 in halo 4 and the didact. If the composer didn't kill him the fall won't either as John did something similar at the end of halo 2

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    • His speech is from his trial before he was placed in the cryptum on Requiem and has hints of a return as he was presumed K.I.A because it was assumed he was vulnerable to it as humans were or the fall killed him. Since Forerunners are immune to the composer e.g John-117 in halo 4 and the didact. If the composer didn't kill him the fall won't either as John did something similar at the end of halo 2


      Actually Forerunners are not immune to the Composer, being that all of the Warrior Servents under the Didact's command in the Forerunner-Flood war were composed, with the composer, to create the Prometheans in the first place. Also, when he see's that the Master Chief was not composed, he reacted, I forget what he said exactlly, but I am pretty sure he was slightly confused for a second, before recovering and stating that it would not make a difference. Also, I personally theorize that the warping effect he fell into was some sort of slipspace communication array thing, being that a composed human from New Pheonix turned up on a Forerunner Artifact on the Infinity, that had been taken from Requiem. So if the Didact survived the grenade, then he may have been composed or sent into slipspace or who knows what really. But unless their armor can survive a nuclear blast and/or Slipspace without a ship's shielding, I don't think we will see anymore of the Didact, depending on if that was the Original or the Ur-Didact.

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    • DBD Abyss wrote:

      03-049 Abject Testament wrote:

      68.204.153.240 wrote:
      I don't think we have seen the last of both the Prometheans or the Forunners. At the end of Halo 4 you hear the Didact speak to other Forunners which implies that there are others still out there. I understand that the Prometheans were a creation of the Didact and the Forunners did not condone their creation. But it doesn't mean that the Forunners in the end didn't use them as weapons against the Flood since they were not organic. Just because you don't approve of the creation of the nuclear bomb doesn't mean you won't use it. I am excited to see what Halo 5 has to offer us.
      You're making the assumption that the speech was given in the present.

      His speech is from his trial before he was placed in the cryptum on Requiem and has hints of a return as he was presumed K.I.A because it was assumed he was vulnerable to it as humans were or the fall killed him. Since Forerunners are immune to the composer e.g John-117 in halo 4 and the didact. If the composer didn't kill him the fall won't either as John did something similar at the end of halo 2

      Do you KNOW the speech was given at that specific time? According to the Terminals, the Librarian was the one who betrayed the Didact and placed him in the Cryptum on Requiem, so the speech was not given at that time. The exact occurence of this speech is still up to speculation, but the speech sounds like it was given after the end of the Human-Forerunner War, prior to the Didact's exile on the Human home world.

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    • I've got to agree with the monitor, because  while we don't know when the speak was gived it is more likely by the of the Human-Forrunner war or to the Ecumene to allow him to compose more humans.

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    • the prometheans started out fighting the humans and covenant trying to stop them from releashing the didact and then the didact probably commanded them and they were too scared or just following the only forerunner around so theres the possibility of humans and prometheans still fighting each other and working together depending on what happens at the start of 5 and 6

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    • 86.128.83.68 wrote:
      the prometheans started out fighting the humans and covenant trying to stop them from releashing the didact and then the didact probably commanded them and they were too scared or just following the only forerunner around so theres the possibility of humans and prometheans still fighting each other and working together depending on what happens at the start of 5 and 6

      Unfortunately for us, the Didact is still alive, and even if he isn't, the Prometheans are still following orders that he gave before he fell into the portal, that is, "Kill the Humans and help the Covenant". Until we find the Janus key, we have no way of controlling the Promethans and making them help us.

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    • 03-049 Abject Testament wrote:

      Unfortunately for us, the Didact is still alive, and even if he isn't, the Prometheans are still following orders that he gave before he fell into the portal, that is, "Kill the Humans and help the Covenant". Until we find the Janus key, we have no way of controlling the Promethans and making them help us.

      I personally do not find it unfortuniate, IF I am alive, being that I fell into a slipspace portal, of which you humans had a much better grasp upon than us Forerunners, where in slipspace your not going to survive without at least a small ship. Let alone heavily damaged armor, and I have NO idea how the heck I was breathing over by my composer, when that section of my beloved ship was open to the vaccume of space. So yea...

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    • I honestly have no idea what you are trying to say...sorry.

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    • Without all the playacting, I am trying to say that it was not confirmed that the Ur-Didact actually survived or died. I dought that the grenade killed him, it would be sad if he can survive war with humans almost more advanced than forerunners, but not a grenade. But I DO know, that unless his armor advanced in technology while in his cryptum just like the chief's obviously did, he is not going to survive direct exposure to slipspace, which is what the orange  swirling thing was. At least, I know he is not going to survive the forerunners' version of slipspace...

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    • Forerunner Didact wrote:
      Without all the playacting, I am trying to say that it was not confirmed that the Ur-Didact actually survived or died. I dought that the grenade killed him, it would be sad if he can survive war with humans almost more advanced than forerunners, but not a grenade. But I DO know, that unless his armor advanced in technology while in his cryptum just like the chief's obviously did, he is not going to survive direct exposure to slipspace, which is what the orange  swirling thing was. At least, I know he is not going to survive the forerunners' version of slipspace...

      I would agree with you, however I personally do not believe that the "swirly orange thing" was a slipspace rupture. A slipspace portal would generally be blue in color. I thnk that the swirly stuff was actually a portal of some sort. Either way, the Didact is simply to important of a character to die in an anticlimatic quick time event. This is all speculation of course. We'll just have to wait until Halo 5.

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    • 03-049 Abject Testament wrote:I would agree with you, however I personally do not believe that the "swirly orange thing" was a slipspace rupture. A slipspace portal would generally be blue in color. I thnk that the swirly stuff was actually a portal of some sort. Either way, the Didact is simply to important of a character to die in an anticlimatic quick time event. This is all speculation of course. We'll just have to wait until Halo 5.

      Ah yes, but according to the Ur-Didact's Wiki page:   

      "...At which point Cortana and several of her copies manage to manifest themselves from the hardlight bridge that the Didact was on and bind him to it, restraining the Didact long enough for Chief to plant a Pulse Grenade on his chest.  It detonates, wounding him and causing him to fall off the light bridge and into the slipspace portal below. Master Chief then destroys the Composer and the Didact's vessel with a Havok nuclear bomb as Cortana shields him from the blast with hardlight, ultimately sacrificing herself..."


      But yes, I DO hope that he survived, or was semi-composed, something.

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    • Do you think I'm forerunner?

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    • Back to the original post, does it say anywhere in the game that the Prometheans are only from Requiem? The Forerunners had tons of installations around the galaxy, who's to say there aren't Prometheans on other planets, rings, etc? 

      Though personally, I hate the bastards, and would love to be only fighting the Covenant. But either way, bring the Arbiter back, Thel 'Vadam is the best character in the entire series.

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    • true......but what if the prometeans were intergrated into the sentinals! Thosse are tough sentinals.

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    • ^ just for the above conversation between 049 abject testament and forerunner didact, the "orange swirly thing" is actually a forerunner slipspace rupture because when on the mission midnight, cortana mentions how there is significant slipace readings under tthe composer. <---- sorry love, just thought you should know FABER (talk) 15:55, April 28, 2013 (UTC)

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    • There is only a few left alive, the rest died by Requiem, MURDER JUL 'MDAMA!

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    • Not necessarily, considering the Knights 'phase' around via Slipspace, and don't forget how 'Mdama got from Trevelyan (Onyx) to wherever he went- he accessed the interplanetary portal system. I also believe that Thursday War mentions the portal system being capable of reaching Requium, but being locked out. Not only that, but the unspeculated number of remaining Shield Worlds could also house a 'barracks' of Prometheans- such an example, despite the clear difference, is the Shield World/shipyard in Halo Wars.

      As for the Ur-Didact surviving his injuries at the hands of John-117 and subsequent entry into a slipspace field/portal, it is entirely possible for the Didact to have returned to Reqium (ref. New Phoenix Incident) in the same method human Composed matter did. Given the Didact was not seen on Reqium six months after the NPI, it is likely he may have too used the portal systems to leave, recover, plan and marshall an auxilliary assault of some kind- however, this is contingent on his actual survival.

      As to his speech in the closing cutscene of Halo 4, it is likely to be the Didact's (not the Ur-Didact) stand before the Ecumene Council (ref. Forerunner novel trilogy) before his subsequent return to duty during first contact with the Flood.

      However, both points are moot, given that we have access to neither the planned storylines/background and the actual facts as would be presented by 343 in Halo 5/6's release. We can only continue to speculate.

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    • Just one thing in the Halo 4 terminals we find out that the Didact is immune to compostion.

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    • Why does everyone get the impression that these things "die"? I always thought that, when their bodies died, that the material was vaporized and the AI was redownloaded into a database. I know you'd say that Cortana said somethng about an AI purge, but it could have just been a purge from the mechanical body, not a complete deletion of the AI.


      The Diadact also said something in the Halo 4 terminals about needing more numbers (prometheans). However, the flood could have been spreading too quickly for his numbers to handle. More numbers would mean more ability to control the Flood.

      I don't know, it just doesn't make sense to completely delete an AI when the body is killed. That's experience and personel wasted. It would make much more sense to move the AI to a database and put it into a new body when it is available (kinda like Battlestar Galactica).

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    • Unless I am wrong (and if I am, please correct me), the Prometheans could only teleport a short distance from Requiem. Maybe that means they were created to function only within the vicinity of their designated planet?

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    • what about...THE NEW PHEONIX PROMIES!

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    • 108.221.251.56 wrote: what about...THE NEW PHEONIX PROMIES!

      Some made it to Requium, but I don't know about all of them.

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    • 343 industries spent such a long time creating them, why would they scrap them now?

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    • If you unlocked the Waypoint code regarding Halo: Silentium, then somewhere in that 45 min read aloud, you'll hear Bornstellar telling Riser that maybe one day, Riser's children will meet Bornstellar's children. This may be foreshadowing!

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    • Here is a great guess! MAYBE THE DIDACT WILL COMPOSE SOME OF THE COVENANT AND "HONOR THEM TO BE PROMETHEANS" AS HE DID WITH ANCIENT HUMANITY.

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    • WalkersFatality wrote:
      Here is a great guess! MAYBE THE DIDACT WILL COMPOSE SOME OF THE COVENANT AND "HONOR THEM TO BE PROMETHEANS" AS HE DID WITH ANCIENT HUMANITY.

      The composer was destroyed... But then again there may be multiple, considering how much stuff there is on the Janus Key

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    • What if the Didact decided to target flood-infected worlds with the composer and used the forerunner device to turn millions of hostile zombie-like mutants into millions of robotic warrior-servants? Wouldn't that be an interesting twist!

      Just imagine; the power to destroy the flood, by turning themselves into their own enemies, similar to the "cure" that the ancient humans supposedly used against the flood, but at a great lesser cost.

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    • Lets assume 1/10 of them were on didacts ship, the rest were on requiem. Both of those places blow up, essentially destroying all promethean s and, with the loss of the composer, besides the new Phoenix batch, of which most, if not all, we're sent to requiem. When it blows up, there can't be more than a couple dozen prometheans left.

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    • it almost imposible to compose flood... they just simulated living tissue as librarian said ...and i doubt if composer can read flood essence

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    • 121.216.105.10 wrote:
      What if the Didact decided to target flood-infected worlds with the composer and used the forerunner device to turn millions of hostile zombie-like mutants into millions of robotic warrior-servants? Wouldn't that be an interesting twist!

      Just imagine; the power to destroy the flood, by turning themselves into their own enemies, similar to the "cure" that the ancient humans supposedly used against the flood, but at a great lesser cost.

      The humans didn't discover any cure. The Flood can choose to infect or not. It favored the humans as this supposed "cure" was the only thing that made the Forerunners not exterminate them.

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    • Lest we forget the existence of the Domain.

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    • I hope they are gone but chances are there will be a flood vs promeathen vs covenat vs humans above earth somehow.

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    • their are prometheains in new phenox, after the composer fired. The new prometheains run a geuilla war on earth destroying all of the orbital defense platforms. Which were the main thing that stopped the covenant advance last time. #covenent storm attack earth 

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    • 173.191.234.110 wrote:
      their are prometheains in new phenox, after the composer fired. The new prometheains run a geuilla war on earth destroying all of the orbital defense platforms. Which were the main thing that stopped the covenant advance last time. #covenent storm attack earth

      Sources?

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    • God forbid if we are forced to fight the REAL Promethan Warrior servents. I would rather fight Nurgle's Nurglettes then fight them (To be fair, Nurglettes have a nice shape)

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    • 211.26.90.118 wrote:
      God forbid if we are forced to fight the REAL Promethan Warrior servents. I would rather fight Nurgle's Nurglettes then fight them (To be fair, Nurglettes have a nice shape)

      I know right... 

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    • Just a gnome cyborg wrote:
      211.26.90.118 wrote:
      God forbid if we are forced to fight the REAL Promethan Warrior servents. I would rather fight Nurgle's Nurglettes then fight them (To be fair, Nurglettes have a nice shape)
      I know right... 


      GG man GG

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    • 211.26.90.118 wrote:
      Just a gnome cyborg wrote:
      211.26.90.118 wrote:
      God forbid if we are forced to fight the REAL Promethan Warrior servents. I would rather fight Nurgle's Nurglettes then fight them (To be fair, Nurglettes have a nice shape)
      I know right... 

      GG man GG

      No GG, only cold. Such is life.

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    • Just a gnome cyborg wrote:
      211.26.90.118 wrote:
      Just a gnome cyborg wrote:
      211.26.90.118 wrote:
      God forbid if we are forced to fight the REAL Promethan Warrior servents. I would rather fight Nurgle's Nurglettes then fight them (To be fair, Nurglettes have a nice shape)
      I know right... 

      GG man GG
      No GG, only cold. Such is life.


      And the precursors just put on their troll mask and put in some "special" tweaks on life.

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    • to just gnome cyborg i have no sources and that is not cannon just whishful thinking. 

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    • 173.191.234.110 wrote:
      to just gnome cyborg i have no sources and that is not cannon just whishful thinking. 

      Ah.

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    • Btw, it's 'canon' not 'cannon' not to be a spelling nazi here, but Cannon is...well... a Cannon. 


      Canon means that it's based on the lore of the game.


      There's also another thing called Head-canon, it's basicly people thinking something that isn't canon to be canon, despite that there is facts that it's not canon. 

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    • All of this discussion on when the end monolouge of the Diadact takes place, but nobody mentions his last words. Quote" The Reclamation has already begun." Wouldn't this imply that there are still Forerunners alive and that they intend to "reclaim" their old power?

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    • 216.56.8.241 wrote:
      All of this discussion on when the end monolouge of the Diadact takes place, but nobody mentions his last words. Quote" The Reclamation has already begun." Wouldn't this imply that there are still Forerunners alive and that they intend to "reclaim" their old power?

      Well perhaps, but I think he means by that is that humans are -in the future- already reclaiming the forerunner's technology and the mantle. And that there is no way to stop them unless they are eradicated completely.

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    • That probaby what he ment.

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    • The Promethans are human AND machine fused into one, they are the result of the Didacts attempemts to create the best soldiers he could have, but it went horribly awry, the fusing process happens, but they come out as like a hollow figure.

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    • That said, they can feel pain, they can bleed, they still have thought, they still have some conscinence, they still feel a great loss when they are killed.

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    • Maybe they're in storage.

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    • The UR-Didact is assumed K.I.A., the Promethean Knights are probably with Jul, but what ever Happened to the ISO-Didact in Halo 3 it is said he fired the Halo Rings from the Ark, but then Nothing?

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    • He oversaw the reseeding of humanity with Riser.

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    • Portalier wrote: He oversaw the reseeding of humanity with Riser.

      Then What?

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    • He left in Onyx the "Bornstellar relation" which was found by the UNSC, but I guess you are asking if he died or if he went in a cryptum. So maybe next Halo?

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    • I believe that the Prometheans are still out there, they could be guarding other Warrior-Servant Installations, with the Covenant Remnant, or in Slipspace itself. Basically, the possibilities are endless.

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    • prometheans are just to supply the remanent with brutes, engineers, buggers, and skirmishes. 

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    • 173.191.234.110 wrote: prometheans are just to supply the remanent with brutes, engineers, buggers, and skirmishes. 

      Do you mean all in one?

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    • Most likely. The Promethean are far more numerous than what most of us think. 

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    • all our questions will be answered when halo 5 comes out but for now all we can do is discuss but then halo 5 will leave us with another huge batch of questions

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    • because there are probabley other ones stored some where they will prababley be in halo 5

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    • Unfortunately Prometheans are under control of the Didacts Hand in his abscence(as seen in Spartan Ops) and will continue to do so until otherwise.

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    • 163.150.129.57 wrote:
      all our questions will be answered when halo 5 comes out but for now all we can do is discuss but then halo 5 will leave us with another huge batch of questions

      necro

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    • ZeroTo100 wrote:
      163.150.129.57 wrote:
      all our questions will be answered when halo 5 comes out but for now all we can do is discuss but then halo 5 will leave us with another huge batch of questions
      necro

      -mancer

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    • 149.12.7.137 wrote:
      ZeroTo100 wrote:
      163.150.129.57 wrote:
      all our questions will be answered when halo 5 comes out but for now all we can do is discuss but then halo 5 will leave us with another huge batch of questions
      necro
      -mancer

      lolol still a thread necro >_>

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    • I don't know about you guys but I did not enjoy fighting the prometheans I mean yeah they were good but I just don't like them not as much as I like the flood

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    • flood beats everything. 

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    • I like Prometheans but i think there is still a lot of room for improvement in the future Halo games

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    • 173.191.232.169 wrote: flood beats everything. *Tank beats everything

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    • 69.139.24.63 wrote:

      173.191.232.169 wrote: flood beats everything. *Tank beats everything

      A reference to  "The Life"? ^^

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    • They shouldn't be killed off, quoting myself.

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    • I'm assuming that the Prometheans would still be around even after the Didact's defeat.

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    • I wonder if they are any good prometheans that are not allied with the Covenant and the Didact.

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    • The Didact returned in a comic-book.

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    • And violently murdered Black Team. *sniff*

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    • They had a good back story to just be killed off like that. 

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    • They didn't even explain how Black Team got off Line Installation 1-4.

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    • Marcus P. Stacker wrote: They had a good back story to just be killed off like that. 

      That happens with a lot of halo characters.... I, think.

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    • Killing some nameless Spartan-IVs would've been better.

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    • I think they give characters excellent back stories, then kill them off the very second after, because their aiming for tragedy.

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    • I know he's back but aren't there any prometheans not affiliated with him or the Covenant and also why are they working with them aren't they free to think for them selves.

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    • Commando Trooper wrote: And violently murdered Black Team. *sniff*

      The new comic gives them a bit more screen time. Not much consolation, I know, but better than just their corpses.

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    • "More of you. Unacceptable."

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    • Agent Hawaii wrote:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lhggzy7H6QU

      I'm sorry, I had to.

      "Onyx saved them all!"

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    • ...I haven't read that book, so I don't know what you're referencing. Sorry.

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    • I'm not referencing anything, but it sounds like she said "Onyx saved them all!".

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    • It's a guy. And I guess it does. :)

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    • Agent Hawaii wrote: It's a guy. And I guess it does. :)

      what are you wearing, jake from state farm!

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    • Agent Hawaii wrote:
      It's a guy. And I guess it does. :)

      Lol then he has a very feminine voice.

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    • 108.206.129.101 wrote:
      Since requim has been destroyed and the Didact has been composed, what is to happen of the newest enemy, the Prometheans?

      I'm betting there's gonna be other Promethean Manufacturing facilities somewhere across the galaxy where the Didact can easily began creating more Promethean machines for war purposes under his supervision.

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    • 216.80.140.168 wrote:

      108.206.129.101 wrote:
      Since requim has been destroyed and the Didact has been composed, what is to happen of the newest enemy, the Prometheans?

      I'm betting there's gonna be other Promethean Manufacturing facilities somewhere across the galaxy where the Didact can easily began creating more Promethean machines for war purposes under his supervision.

      He does in Escalation, using the New Phoenix people. In fact, he doesn't even seem to need a special facility, he seemed to have just made them out of dirt and rocks.

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    • Agent Hawaii wrote:

      216.80.140.168 wrote:

      108.206.129.101 wrote:
      Since requim has been destroyed and the Didact has been composed, what is to happen of the newest enemy, the Prometheans?
      I'm betting there's gonna be other Promethean Manufacturing facilities somewhere across the galaxy where the Didact can easily began creating more Promethean machines for war purposes under his supervision.
      He does in Escalation, using the New Phoenix people. In fact, he doesn't even seem to need a special facility, he seemed to have just made them out of dirt and rocks.

      He can create and materialize metal from dirt and rocks...ouch.

      I don't know if I can considerate it alchemy or something else.

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    • Well you can kinda say it's alchemy.

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    • a big possibility we might never know

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    • 68.144.176.66 wrote: a big possibility we might never know

      What, the alchemy or the fate of the Promies? Because the Promies sure aren't disappearing immediately, I can tell you that.

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    • I'm pretty sure with out a leader the Prometheans deaths would be, oh idk, instantaneous?

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    • Lord of the STARS wrote: I'm pretty sure with out a leader the Prometheans deaths would be, oh idk, instantaneous?

      ...But they still have one...

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    • exactly.

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    • ...Huh? What are you trying to say?

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    • some people still don't get that the didact did not die in halo 4.... oh no, what have I done!

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    • 343i is sparing the Didact for now. But eventually the Ur-Didact won't be escaping karma anytime soon.

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    • 216.80.140.168 wrote: 343i is sparing the Didact for now. But eventually the Ur-Didact won't be escaping karma anytime soon.

      I hope he gets a noble death. A warrior deserves nothing less.

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    • The didact has nine lives.  Gets killed by Faber. survives.  Gets assimilated by flood.  Survives.  Does life threatening experiments on himself.  Survives.  Gets put in a ball for 100,000 years with no food or water.  Survives.  Gets shot with a MAC. Survives.  Gets a grenade thrown at him and is shoved off a bridge.  (If 343 would have had him die I would have been like WTF!!!!!?) Survives.  

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    • Three lives left, then.

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    • I can't believe that you counted.  I didn't.  9 lives is just head canon you know.  I pulled it off of cats. 

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    • The Prometheans are still around, being a dangerous threat humanity under the Ur-Didact's leadership by the time Halo 5: Guardians rolls in.

      Possibilities that the Promethean Knights can be playable for any multiplayer modes in any future Halo game.

      Here's an example "click here!"

      This kinda shows that Promethean Knights can be playable for Multiplayer and other Game modes (i.e. Firefight) besides "Promethean Soldiers"

      Set all Promethean Knights into Overwatch and watch them de-atomize any target they see.

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    • 73.206.241.73 wrote:
      The Prometheans are still around, being a dangerous threat humanity under the Ur-Didact's leadership by the time Halo 5: Guardians rolls in.

      Possibilities that the Promethean Knights can be playable for any multiplayer modes in any future Halo game.

      Here's an example "click here!"

      This kinda shows that Promethean Knights can be playable for Multiplayer and other Game modes (i.e. Firefight) besides "Promethean Soldiers"

      Set all Promethean Knights into Overwatch and watch them de-atomize any target they see.


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    • yeah there in Halo 5 :/

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