Spartan117 wrote:Blood, Clearly you don't know as much Halo as I do
Lol. You have no idea how big Halo is to me. Its my second love of the sci-fi realm. Star Wars was there first, baby. I've been there since the beginning, I've got all the games, Risk set, books, etc. Although I do refuse to buy Halo Legends or Forward unto Dawn when I can simply watch them on the internet. I know John is a squad leader. But that isn't his strength, there are better leaders such as Kurt-051 and Fred-104. Its luck.
Don't you ever fucking think you know more then other people do. Just because they don't wave it around like a flag tied to their dick, doesn't mean they aren't fans of something.
Spartan117 wrote:Slipspace doesn't work like a portal, but more like a, bluntly, torn hole in space AND time. And Can cause anomalies, in time and space, like it did to the shipboard A.I. Melissa, who was brought back to our time on a website.
Melissa is a AI, not a human. Not to mention that here existence and time jumping causes hell on the canon standards of Halo's AI limits. It was a fun marketing add nothing more. Its also not just space and time that you would require, its crossing into an alternate dimension where super powered individuals existed in the 21st century. Slipspace can't generate that, even if you were to use a similar crystal to the one in Halo; First Strike, it still couldn't transcend across those boundaries into a different reality.
Spartan117 wrote: I like a soldier figure in a cast of characters, (and to be honest Samurai Jack was a little close in my opinion, to that but he doesn't seem fit) I think a SPARTAN-II fits the job.
It doesn't HAVE to be a Spartan 2. It can look similar to a Spartan 2, but doesn't have to be one. You are calling for a character archetype that is easy to create. It would be better to create your own, then to pull a wild slipspace event.
Spartan117 wrote:the damaged slipspace drive on the Dawn activating
there isn't enough power for it, and I believe the events of Halo 4 explained what happened to the Dawn. Can't fuck with established canon quite like that. Its messy.
Spartan117 wrote: Hey, even a stray wormhole can bring Chief here.
The Master Chief's fate was explained in Halo 4. We both know how that ended, and that he wouldn't show up.
Spartan117 wrote:suporting character that CAN tag along too
He just isn't needed as a supporting character. What would a 46 year old (not counting in the time spent in slipspace and cryo, which would put him at his mid 20's), sociopath/anti-social, born and breed to be a super solider of death and hell, have ANYTHING to do with pre-teen superheroes that could punch through his armor with their bare fists? A mentor is as good as you can take it. A solider would be easier to create your own original character.
Spartan117 wrote:Oh I have infinite knowledge of Halo. If there is one person that will be quivering: it's Bloodlord
Again, you can't beat me. Never assume you know more then someone else. Besides, I just destroyed your argument. Again.
BeeAre wrote:Incidentally, the answer of another question, "the bomb goes off and Blossom and Buttercup fail to stop it," is another thing to ponder.
Fun. I look forward to this.
BeeAre wrote:The Master from Fallout is in fact TOO nightmarish. I don't want to get PMs/emails from parents again.
Spartan117 wrote:How about something like a mass teleportation to another location in the universe. Something like moving the planet to the interior of another planet.
Why would a shield world be used? And don't bring up the Micro-Dyson sphere, they operate on the same principles. What would be the point?