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  • Just two things:

    1) Noble Six couldnt have been pulled for Noble Team right after training because even in game he is considered Hyper-Lethal, and known as the lone Wolf who accomplished may different missions that would have been suicide for many other assets.

    2) I dont know if this is true, but I was reading about how the Spartans of Gamma company were not only physically altered, but emotionally as well, making them far more aggressive. Their base 'Fight or Flight' mode was replaced by the need to continue fighting. Somebody stated that the Spartans of Gamma commpany could lose all their limbs and would still try to fight on. Last part seems exaggerated but I get the point.

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    • No one has ever said that Noble Six as directly pulled from training to join Noble Team. It's well documented since the character was introduced by Bungie that Six spent a lot of time beforehand serving under an unnamed ONI officer performing classified missions, described as that individual's "personal grim reaper." The actual backstory of Noble Six besides being from Beta Company is largely unknown.

      Gamma Company had their brains chemically altered to make them more aggressive in combat at the cost of having to constantly kept on medication. It is well documented from Halo: Ghosts of Onyx by Eric Nylund and in later Halo media like the Spartan Field Guide.

      The injuries that you were told of are accurate, though a little bit exaggerated. Several Gammas killed during the Battle of Onyx in the book were alive for minutes after losing enough blood to kill a human or having all their internal organs in their chest cavity burned out by plasma fire. What the Gammas manage to do while on a combat high is impressive, sometimes absurd, but all true.

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    • Distant Tide wrote:
      Beta Company is largely unknown.

      The injuries that you were told of are accurate, though a little bit exaggerated. Several Gammas killed during the Battle of Onyx in the book were alive for minutes after losing enough blood to kill a human or having all their internal organs in their chest cavity burned out by plasma fire. What the Gammas manage to do while on a combat high is impressive, sometimes absurd, but all true.

      A good example of this is when Olivia G291 gets both of her legs broken by a rockslide but still jumps onto, and beats to death, a sentinal.

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