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11/27/2012 3:24:07 PM
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Why is the Didact so angry in Halo 4?

He didn't seem so angry in Cryptum. He just seemed sad. So why did he get so angry towards humanity all of a sudden. Does he just not want them to reach their former status? The status that they had in the human-forerunner war?
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  • Lets hope not...
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  • Because he hates everything after being trapped in a ball for a hundred thousand years.
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  • Because he's a jackass.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Wolverfrog He's had a 100,000 year dry spell. That'd piss off anyone.[/quote]I think most of the people here, myself included, know dat feel.
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  • He's becoming Harbinger.
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  • If you watch the terminals, towards the end of the war the Didact seems to go mad with power and starts composing all the humans to build a synthetic army against the flood. To stop him, the librarian betrays him and traps him on requiem. After 100,000 years of sitting on that, I believe that he finally snapped and had found a way to blame the human race for everything bad that has happened to him and the galaxy. Humanity unleashed the flood (which we kind of did), humanity killed his family, humanity destroyed entire worlds, humanity turned his wife against him. And now we have the gall to try to take the forunners' place as guardians of the mantle, something he feels that we are grossly unfit to do. That is why he is angry.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Wolverfrog He's had a 100,000 year dry spell. That'd piss off anyone.[/quote] HA!
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  • Lol
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  • He's had a 100,000 year dry spell. That'd piss off anyone. [Edited on 11.27.2012 8:21 AM PST]
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  • He has always hated humanity. He led the Forerunner military against the ancient humans. He hates humanity so much because the ancient humans took responsibility of the Mantle (The Forerunners are very protective when it comes to the Mantle.) and the ancient humans killed the Didact's children.
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