Embrace the death trap. Master Chief John must die for everyone else to live. He transports himself and the other Blessed One to another dimension beyond time. Prepare for war. Halo the series unravels.
Master Chief John falls into a death trap, becoming one with the other Blessed One and transporting them to another dimension. This dimension transcends time, meaning it’s the ultimate weapon and the ultimate rebirth and savior of humanity. With enemies behind every smile, the only way to survive is to die. Halo the series makes us questions reality. Both Blessed Ones are kidnapped prisoners of their respective enemy parties and Halo season 1 is unraveling.
The creepy human living with the ruler of the Covenant is now with Master Chief, but what is her true motivation? Apparently she and Master Chief John are unique in their ability to activate these alien keystone relics. Will they ultimately work together, or die as one? They are Blessed Ones… and possibly related. What do they do and why is this such a mystery to our humans? Plus, the only strong humans are evil humans. No one else can take on the aliens.
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By diverging from the video games, Halo the series has opened the story up completely. Our lone survivor Kwan has already stolen Master Chief to the resistance, but the human government needs them because the Covenant is too strong otherwise. Also, cloning.
What parts of the original story have found their way into Halo season 1? Will every episode recreate the video game experience? Share with me your thoughts and make sure you watch our quick review.
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