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#Halo

11/9/2012 11:15:42 PM
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The Forerunners

Alright, I have a question. Why is it that after the Halos fired that the Forerunners weren't reseeded? Or was it that they were, but somewhere unknown?
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  • Why? Because they felt unworthy. They kept going on and on about the mantle and how they were the protectors of all living things but in the end they had to kill everything in order to save the galaxy.
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  • They were probably too busy to save everyone else from the Flood but maybe they thought they failed because they were going to do the one thing the Mantle apposed... no one knows.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Onomatopoeia [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Wolverfrog They went on a Great Journey, with only the Didact staying behind to fight the Flood and remain guardian of the mantle (and possibly the Librarian and Bornstellar-Didact.)[/quote] I always thought "The Great Journey" was what Forerunner called death. It makes sense, Truth wanted to light the rings to go on this journey, and the only thing after the Halo array firing is death. [/quote] No, "great journey" with regards to the Forerunners was literally them leaving on a journey into exile. The Covies misinterpreted the phrase as an ascension to the divine.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Wolverfrog They went on a Great Journey, with only the Didact staying behind to fight the Flood and remain guardian of the mantle (and possibly the Librarian and Bornstellar-Didact.)[/quote] I always thought "The Great Journey" was what Forerunner called death. It makes sense, Truth wanted to light the rings to go on this journey, and the only thing after the Halo array firing is death.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] ferrrari I think the forerunners didn't think themselves worthy enough to be given a second chance, after all they did fail the mantle...[/quote] So their pride kept them from saving their own species?
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  • They went on a Great Journey, with only the Didact staying behind to fight the Flood and remain guardian of the mantle (and possibly the Librarian and Bornstellar-Didact.)
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  • I think the forerunners didn't think themselves worthy enough to be given a second chance, after all they did fail the mantle...
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