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Halo TV Series: 9 Incredible Storylines From The Games The Show Must Adapt

Halo TV Series 9 Incredible Storylines From The Games The Show Must Adapt

Arguably the greatest game franchise of all time, a Halo TV series adaptation is finally coming. And there are many amazing stories from the games we want to see in the halo TV Series.

The Keyes Loop & Battle Of Sigma Octanus IV

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The Keyes Loop

Captain Jacob Keyes is but a minor character in the Halo series. But he is one true badass who deserves all the recognition he can get. The UNSC ships are vastly inferior to Covenant ships. Fighting even one of them is termed suicide. But Captain Jacob Keytes cleverly uses emergency thrusters, orbital momentum and a well-placed nuclear warhead to destroy three of the four ships, forcing the last surviving one to retreat. This famous maneuver is now known as the Keyes Loop.

Cortana Meeting Masterchief For The First Time

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Cortana & John-117

John-117 & Cortana are the crux of all Halo games. When the two first met, they were quickly put into a suicide mission involving enemy marines squads, mines, missiles, and machine guns. An political enemy of the SPARTAN Program was to blame for this mishap.

First Contact With The Covenant

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UNSC-Covenant First Contact

After the two civilizations encountered skirmishes, they eventually decided to call a truce and negotiate terms for the violence to end. But the talks soon turned sour and the Covenant declared a religious war on humanity. The eventual predicament of the human civilization and UNSC forces was quite inevitable.

Thel ‘Vadam’s Fall From Grace & Eventual Uprising Against The Prophets

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The Arbiter

Thel ‘ Vadam was once the Covenant’s fiercest and most loyal member. After he failed to stop Masterchief from destroying the Halo, he was publicly shamed and humiliated. Thel :Vadam would eventually lead a mutiny against the Prophets after learning the truth about Halo and humanity.

The Spartan-III Program

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War Oprhans

The Spartan-II Program trained children from birth. They were physically enhanced and augmented to be the pinnacle of human biology. The Spartan-III program was about kidnapping war orphans and turning them into super soldiers. Their job was to infiltrate enemy lines and kill as many Covenant forces as possible before dying. The Spartan-III program is the darkest chapter of UNSC’s war effort.

The Rise Of The Flood

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Enter The Flood

The Flood is a parasitic lifeform that seeks to infect and devour all life in the Galaxy. Its threat was so great that the Covenant and humanity joined forces to push it back. The Flood’s origins and rise to power must be shown in the Halo TV Series.

Operation: UPPERCUT

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The Long Night Of Solace

Reach, the Spartan home-world, is overrun by a single Covenant supercarrier. After all attacks on the ship fails, Spartan Noble team uses a makeshift bomb out of a slip-space engine to take the massive spacecraft out. Despite Spartan Jorge’s sacrifice, another Covenant Armada arrives seconds later proving all their efforts were in vain. This leads to the Fall of Reach.

Fall Of Reach

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Fall Of Reach

Reach is humanity’s military capital. It is also the UNSC’s best defended outpost within the Galaxy. The Battle For Reach and its eventual glassing is one of the most endearing tales of the Spartan effort against Covenant tyranny. It also happens to be the place where the best Halo game ever – Halo: Reach takes place.

The Great Schism

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The Brutes

After Thel ‘Vadam aka the Arbiter’s fall from grace, the savage Brutes take control and lead to a Covenant wide genocide of the Elites. This act leads to an all out civil war that destroys the Covenant from the inside, leading to its eventual downfall.

Written by Bibhu Prasad Panda

With a Bachelor's in Engineering and a Master's in Marketing and Operations, Bibhu found a love for writing, working for many different websites. He joined FandomWire in July 2020 and worked his way to his current position of Content Strategist. Bibhu has been involved in operating and managing FandomWire's team of writers, diversifying into varied, exotic fields of pop culture.