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Offline Colonol Dekker

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What's all this "Humanity/Forerunner war" stuff mentioned a few pages back then??



If we're still here, and the Forerunners aren't.......Does that make us teh b3st3st?

 

Offline NGTM-1R

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What's all this "Humanity/Forerunner war" stuff mentioned a few pages back then??

I don't know such a thing even happened.
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Offline Scotty

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You know, the name "Forerunner" should tell you a lot about the feasibility of exploring such a war.

Namely, that it didn't exist because the two species did not exist at the same time.

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Offline Colonol Dekker

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I thought it just meant that they started first. Precursors and humans, hat's a different kettle of three eyed fish. ;7

  

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Forerunners fought the Flood
Hence the building of them massive rings of raw destructive power (and prison to boot)
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Offline Colonol Dekker

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Prehistoric Humanity and the Forerunners achieved Tier One technology capability.

Precursors are the only race to attain Tier Zero.


I believe they were discussing ajdusting the galactic axis when they went silent.

 

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The new backround revealed by 343 is more than just interesting.
The story, when a damaged copy of 343 Guilty Spark is found and all the stuff blow me away.
I confess I'm a little HAlo fanboy, when I saw the first trailer I started to collect anything I could get a hand on.

My guess is that Halo4 will focus around the Forerunners and to be honest, the prehistoric Humans were in many cases, if I my english don't let me down, closer to Tier Zero than the Forerunners...
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I wonder if there are negative tiers...
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Offline crizza

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Unlikely, but honestly?
After they pulled it of with a bang, that there was a human society 100.000 B.C. I was realy dumbstruck...
So perhaps they will some day introduce negative Tiers...
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Offline FlamingCobra

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Unlikely, but honestly?
After they pulled it of with a bang, that there was a human society 100.000 B.C. I was realy dumbstruck...
So perhaps they will some day introduce negative Tiers...

Well according to some information on wikipedia, extremely primitive humans emerged around 100,000 BC. And 343 tweaked their story to make it work; Prehistoric human society was completely and utterly UNACCEPTABLE destroyed around this time. And they had to start all over.

And yes, I would assume that you could get into the negative tiers of technological advancement once you achieve God-like status. When you can create pocket universes and have an intergalactic network of commerce and industry, and you completely abandon subspace travel in favor of infinite improbability drives, and you have no need for an array of Halo rings because you have built one giant halo ring circumscribing the supermassive black hole at the centre of your galaxy, then you have begun to get into the negative tiers.

 

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That's the next thing, originally there were twelve Halos in the array, most of them with 30.000km in diameter, but only one survived till today.
I would like to see that^^
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Offline Colonol Dekker

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Like the Prime Halo?

Srsly, Precursors could Slipspace entire starsystems, how cool is that?

 

Offline FlamingCobra

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Like the Prime Halo?

Srsly, Precursors could Slipspace entire starsystems, how cool is that?

The precursors didn't need a halo array. All they needed was one giant Niven ring. They called it "God's Own Anti-Son-of-a-***** Machine." To top it all off, the precursors were ottsels.