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A list of minor characters who are significant and have little or reoccurring roles. They tend to be important enough to be remembered and may be able to become major articles.

Humans

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Warren Nishurd

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic09
Appears in N/A
Born March 5, 2503
Status (Deceased)
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War
Biography
Warren Nishurd was born on the Outer Colony of Carchar, to a mining family. Despite his father wanting him to carry on the family tradition, Warren joined the Marine Corps as soon as he graduated from high school. Although he was rejected for having low grades on shooting tests, he joined the local militia and achieved the rank of Corporal, before settling down and marrying his high school sweetheart, Jennifer Lawd. They had a son, Benjamin Nishurd, sometime after the Human-Covenant War began.

Unlike he and his father's relationship, Benjamin wanted to join the military like Warren from the time he could fire a toy gun. Warren hoped to see his son join the military one day, but that wish never happened. In 2547, the Covenant invaded Carchar, and the militia was called onto the front lines. Warren led a squad to fight a group of Sangheili, but the whole group was killed before a Sangheili Minor called Grono 'Yendamee shot Warren. His death was not in vain though, because his son Benjamin would go on to become a Spartan-IV and try to avenge his father's death.

Ray Vocerif

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in Another Job Done (First Appearance)
Born September 15, 2515
Status (Deceased)
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War, Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
Ray Vocerif was born to a pair of working class parents. He was the older brother of Percy Vocerif, and the two got along fairly well, attending the same school in different grades. When the Human-Covenant War started, Ray's uncle was killed on duty, sending his father into depression. This attitude eventually lead Ray's father to fall in with a large gang of drug importers, leading his mother to walk out on the marriage, taking Ray with her. Ray and his mother moved to Earth, where she remarried and bore two more children. Ray was largely ignored though, with his mother being focused on raising her two other kids. As a result, Ray signed up for the Luna Acedemy when he was eighteen, and left his mother and stepfather. Ray graduated with top honors, and worked as an Ensign on a UNSC Cruiser.

Ray worked hard throughout his career, and eventually became a Rear Admiral Lower by the climax of the Human-Covenant War. By the time the war had ended and peace was made, Vocerif was a Vice Admiral. He would go on to stop a large drug importing ship, but was forced to kill the crew after they did not comply to his surrender terms, and killed many of his men. While looking at the list of battle casualties, Ray recognized a name on thelist of the deceased drug importers. That name belonged to his father, who had died during the raid. Heartbroken with grief, Vocerif tried to uphold his position, but several times he almost decided to resign. When Ray had finally regained his composure in 2558, he had a deathly fate to await. Shortly after the Created Conflict began, Ray Vocerif was assassinated by Sangheili mercenary Grono 'Yendam on contract from an unknown employer.

Andrew Barnett

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born October 31, 2511
Status (Deceased)
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War, Post-War Era
Biography
Andrew Barnett was born during the Insurrection to Inner Colony parents, and heralded from Reach. Training at the Luna OCS Academy, he became a crewman aboard a frigate that would survive several minor skirmishes during the Human-Covenant War. By the end of the conflict, Barnett was now the Captain of the Stalwart-class light frigate Titan's Bane, home to multiple Spartan IV fireteams that operated in different areas of UNSC controlled space, with the Spartan Commander being Gan Chang. In 2556, The Titan's Bane was destroyed in orbit of the outer colony Drawn by the CPV-class heavy destroyer Gauntlet of the Ancients. Though Captain Barnett survived, he would be capture by the Shipmaster of the Gauntlet, Grono 'Yendam. Grono would then execute Captain Barnett before scanning his DNA to power the Cleanser.

Jessica Gars

Born January 7, 2499
Status (Deceased)
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War
Biography
Jessica Gars was the daughter of the the governor of Carchar, and lived a wealthy life. She joined Carchar's Army, working her way up through the officer ranks until she attained the title of Brigadier General, having jurisdiction of all Army forces on Carchar. In 2547, the Covenant Fleet of Raging Dominance attacked Carchar in full force, easily crushing the Militia. They would then massacre many citizens in Odyssey City, only being driven out by the superior numbers of the Carchar Army. As the Covenant retreated, Gars coordinated with Captain Ryan Brooks of the UNSC Sicily to evacuate as many citizens as possible. With the surviving civilian populace escorted by the Army, they made their way to the orbital space elevator where Carchar's people started to pile up on the Sicily. Eventually however, the Gez-Dar Assault Legion attacked, crushing through the Carchar Army's defenses as the remaining refugees boarded the escape craft. Content with all she was able to do, General Gars mounted a last stand, where she was personally slain by Field Master Zholos 'Fenossee.

Ryan Brooks

Born N/A
Status Active
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War
Biography
Captain Ryan Brooks was the commanding officer of the Halberd-class destroyer UNSC Sicily during the Human-Covenant War. He led a small battlegroup against the Covenant during the Battle of Carchar, and coordinated with Brigadier General Jessica Gars to evacuate the remaining civilians from Carchar, due to the other two ships in the battelgroup already being destroyed. He would successfully launch from the orbital space elevator once all refugees were on, and retreat to random jump vectors, as per the Cole Protocl. He then transported the refugees to the Inner Colony of Reach, his mission as complete as it could be.

Johnathan Cooper

Born N/A
Status (Deceased)
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War
Biography
Commander Johnathan Cooper was the commanding officer of the Stalwart-class light frigate UNSC North Star. He was part of a battlegroup led by Captain Ryan Brooks during the Battle of Carchar. Cooper was killed when a CRS-class light cruiser shot down the North Star upon entry from slipspace.

Keyshia Darego

Born N/A
Status (Deceased)
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War
Biography
Commander Keyshia Darego was the commanding officer of the Stalwart-class light frigate UNSC Anubis. During the Battle of Carchar, Darego's battegroup was assigned to evacuating civilians. However, Commander Darego was under a different set of orders from ONI to insert a pair of Spartan-III Headhunters aboard her ship onto the Covenant flagship, a DDS-class heavy carrier named Intercession's Wisdom to assassinate a San'Shyuum serving as the fleet's religious leader. This would hopefully stir up anarchy within the fleet, giving time for Carchar to evacuate. After deploying the Spartans however, a CCS-class battlecruiser destroyed the Anubis, killing Keyshia.

Sarah Hill

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in RP:Legends of Drawn
Born April 3, 2475
Status Unknown
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War
Biography
A native of Drawn, Sarah Hill excelled in the Drawn Naval Academy before becoming an officer in the UNSC. She commanded Battlegroup Morocco as a Vice Admiral alongside the 114th Rapid Assault Squadron to defend her homeworld from the Covenant in 2532.

Esteban Romero

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in RP:Legends of Drawn
Born July 15, 2470
Status Unknown
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War
Biography
Coming from the South American continent of Earth, General Esteban Romero was set for success with a large history of naval officers in his family. However, he chose a different route, joining the Army and working his way up to General. He eventually commanded the ground forces in conjunction with Vice Admiral Sarah Hill during the Battle of Drawn.

Leon Helsing

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in RP:Legends of Drawn
Born January 27, 2488
Status Unknown
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War
Biography
A gruff and tough Colonel that once served on the front lines as an ODST during the Insurrection, Leon Helsing was known by his subordinates as the "Lion", and lead the 108th Regiment during the Battle of Drawn.

Spartans

Gan Chang

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic07
Appears in N/A
Born July 7, 2517
Status (Deceased)
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War, Post-War Era
Biography
Gan Chang was born on Earth several years before the Human-Covenant War. He lived a quiet life in the suburbs of China, with both of his parents. In 2537 he joined the Marine Corps, getting top grades in all his assignments, and becoming the leader of his squad. Fresh out of boot camp, Gan was given an offer to join the ranks of the ODSTs, which he accepted. Going up through the ranks, Gan was quickly promoted to Staff Sergeant. In 2552, the Covenant attacked Earth, and Gan's squad was called to duty. Before they could fight however, the Covenant retreated through a large portal in Africa. Gan's squad stayed for cleanup duty.

In 2553, Gan was approached by Jun-A266 with an offer to join the Spartan-IV program. Gan eagerly accepted, and because of his high enlisted rank and skill, was given the title of Spartan Commander of several Spartan fireteams on a Stalwart-Class Frigate christened Titan's Bane, meant to insert them on planets to stop illegal operations with a show of force, to support funding for the Spartan-IV program. In 2556, the CPV-Class Destroyer Gauntlet of the Ancients destroyed Titan's Bane, but Gan survived with several Spartans and Captain Andrew Barnett. The Captain gave himself to the Covenant in order for the Spartans to escape. They contacted a Spartan squad Fireteam Atom, led by Benjamin Nishurd, and infiltrated the Destroyer. Atom was held back though, and all members but Ben died. While trying to rendezvous with Ben, Gan and his Spartans had a run-in with Fieldmaster Zholos 'Fenossee, who quickly slayed both of Gan's teammates. Gan managed to wound Zholos, before being impaled with an energy sword. Gan would be avenged by Benjamin, who would destroy the reactor, killing Zholos and the entire crew.

Kevin Smith

Author Andromeda Vadum Locke
Appears in N/A
Born 2521
Status Alive
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War
  • Created Crisis
Biography
Kevin Smith was the leader of Delta-Six, a ODST unit that focused on special operations. After the end of the Human-Covenant War, he moved into the Spartan IV program and became the team leader of Fireteam Wolf. Later he joins the SPARTAN-V Program.
Personality
Kevin is regarded as an experienced and capable leader and is generally cool in tense situations. He has very high expectations for his Spartans, trusting them to get the objective done the right way as well as working together as a team.

Cassandra Roberts

Author Andromeda Vadum Cassandra Roberts
Appears in N/A
Born 2523
Status Alive
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War
  • Created Crisis
Biography
Cassandra Roberts was apart of the ODST's Delta-Six along with Ash, Gabriel, and Kevin. She and her team would engage in many battles during the war separate from Alpha-Six. After the Human-Covenant war, she transferred from the UNSC Marine Corps ODST's to the Spartan-IV program and became a member of Fireteam Wolf specializing in close quarters combat.

Cassandra participated in rescuing the 320th - a group of survivors on an unknown human colony world. There she met a female by the name of Warren. After getting to know her better the two of them boarded a falcon and headed over to a crash site. They both entered a bunker and upon opening it, Cassandra was surprised to find two-hundred and fifty survivors inside. Cassandra then radioed in to the FOB to provide for a way to get the civilians off the planet. The UNSC would then send in a Mariner-class transport ship to help with getting the civilians to a different colony. Things took a turn when Warren was going to commit suicide - due to the loss of her wife on Reach and the loss of everything she had. Cassandra attempted to negotiate, but her skills fell short. The ODST's intervened and stopped Warren from committing suicide and took her to a medical bay on the colony.

Personality
Cassandra easily establishes strong connections with people. She responds more positively to the young girls she meets. She is initially deeply emotional and having a great compassion, being one of the few heroes to display rash and strong emotions ranging from fear, anger, and sadness so early on and it is these emotions that drive her on. Yet, during most of her time fighting in battles, she demonstrates more professionalism and level headedness when faced with drastic situations.

Ash Woods

Author Andromeda Vadum Ash Woods (RIFLEMAN)
Appears in N/A
Born 2525
Status Alive
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War
  • Created Crisis
Biography
Ash Woods was apart of the ODST's Delta-Six along with Cassandra, Gabriel, and Kevin. He and his team would engage in many battles during the war separate from Alpha-Six. After the Human-Covenant war, he transferred from the UNSC Marine Corps ODST's to the Spartan-IV program and became a member of Fireteam Wolf specializing in urban warfare tactics.

Ash was born in 2532 in Dallas, Texas, URNA of Earth, to Martha (Williams) and Ash Anderson, Sr., who owned a business, Ash's Hardware and Supply. Though his father never really encouraged him to help out, Ash would watch his father with the daily duties of the business. As apart of his chores, he would later help his father with the cleaning up around the store. During his teen years, Ash would find high school to be difficult as he didn't make much friends. Bullying wasn't really a problem for his as his size and strength would be an enough of a deterrent to ward away the bullies. His father taught him basic marksmanship and this sparked Ash's interest in the use of pistols, even going to the range during his weekend to practice with his father. He took an interest in the military during the early years of the Human-Covenant War, seeing it as an opportunity to not only help his home world, but to earn a higher sense of pride withing himself.

Cole Anderson

Author Andromeda Vadum AndroSpartanPic1
Appears in N/A
Born 2521
Status Alive
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War
  • Created Crisis
Biography
Cole Anderson (known as Cole-G004 before the post-war) served as a Spartan-III in Gamma Company before becoming a Spartan-IV. He is best known for his skill with explosives and hazardous materials that could be deemed dangerous to the normal UNSC demolition soldier. He served alongside Mark Sullivan and the two became friends ever since the Human-Covenant War. While he is not with his team, Fireteam Wolf, he participates in side ops with other Spartan fireteams and often helps the UEG Police Departments bomb squad.

He often takes on jobs such as hostage rescue, where the hostages are tied with explosives or oil drums are placed with C-12 explosives. He also keeps extra wiring handy to re-wire multiple explosives to a junction connecting circuit breaker for a quick and easy bomb disposal.

Office of Naval Intelligence

Author Andromeda Vadum Veronica Anders
Appears in Forbidden Fruit
Born November 19, 2522
Status Alive
Era Post War era
Biography
Veronica Anders was the Commander-in-Chief of the Office of Naval Intelligence, inheriting the role from Admiral Serin Osman after the end of the Post War. She was responsible for Operation:TURNCOAT, a operation that involved using criminals to take down other rival criminals within the criminal underworld. Although the operation benefited both ONI as well as many criminals, including negotiations of plea bargains, it was viewed negatively by other agents within ONI itself. She had been caught red-handed by Andrew Cross, who presumed that her work had been unmoral and encouraged criminal activity to the point where it had become rampant. Although this had been a false statement and she was only working to secure ONI's interests, she was executed immediately without trial.
Personality
Veronica and ONI, share a cynical outlook. Sometimes, Veronica finds that cutthroat actions and clandestine, illegal operations are necessary to protect the Earth and her colonies. While her decisions make her appear ruthless and the nature of her profession occasionally requires a moral grey, Veronica genuinely cares about human life and didn't see her agents or other members of ONI as pawns.
Author Andromeda Vadum Andrew Cross
Appears in N/A
Born 2511
Status Alive
Era Reclaimer Era, Created Crisis
Biography
Andrew Cross was leader of Section Zero's internal affairs of the Office of Navel Intelligence. He was task with overseeing all incidents and possible suspicions of law-breaking and professional misconduct attributed to the members of ONI. He was responsible for the termination of Veronica Anders when he investigated Operation: TURNCOAT removing her from CINCONI in 2570. He then took over as the CINCONI of ONI and promised to bring the organization in a new light of justice and morality.
Personality
Strong leadership skills, good morals and ability to do the right thing, get along well with others.

The Interrogator

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born [Redacted]
Status [Redacted]
Era [Redacted], Human-Covenant War, Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
This interrogator is a high-ranking civilian operator for ONI's Section Three that excels in getting information out of captives. He is tasked with the interrogation of most illegally captured alien life such as Covenant members.

After the Sangheili Grono 'Yendam assassinated Vice Admiral Vocerif, Spartan-III Headhunter Bethany-A302 captured his known accomplice, Dipdip the Unggoy. The Interrogator had orders to probe Dipdip for the location of Grono, but after several hours of yielding no information, he gave up. The Interrogator interrogated Dipdip the next day on his own life, and Dipdip's mental disorder. Using more brutal methods, he was able to find out much about Dipdip, before putting Dipdip into quarantine, expressing his fear of Dipdip revealing Section Three's motives to the Galaxy, Like Jul 'Mdama had the chance to do. The Interrogator eventually diagnosed Dipdip with PTSD, shortly before Dipdip escaped through unknown means. Due to the more pressing Created Conflict, he was not punished for failure.

Law Enforcement

Brian Erickson

Author Andromeda Vadum Brian Erickson
Appears in RP:Outbreak
Born N/A
Status Alive
Era N/A
Biography
Brian Erickson was a detective for the Pharos II Police Force. He specialized in Homicides and Kidnappings. When he heard of the disappearances occurring on the planets marshes, he was called in by Commissioner Gordon to investigate.
Personality
Usually quiet and cool tempered. He works well with others and respects his superiors. He has a slight disdain for other authorities who interfere with his investigations.

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension

Andrew Cross

Author Andromeda Vadum Andrew Cross
Appears in N/A
Born 2511
Status Alive
Era Reclaimer Era, Created Crisis
Biography
Andrew Cross was the director of criminal investigations of the BCA. During his time away from the Office of Naval Intelligence, he assigns supervising agents with special cases and coordinates joint task forces on special assignments.
Personality
Strong leadership skills, good morals and ability to do the right thing, get along well with others.

Sarah Baker

Author Andromeda Vadum
Appears in Run for Your Life
Born April 25, 2572
Status Alive
Era Reclaimer Era
Biography
Sarah is a technical analyst for the UEG Police department. She helps out by giving important information to those who need it.

Alex Mason

Author Andromeda Vadum Alex Mason
Appears in Run for Your Life
Born June 9, 2562
Status Alive
Era Reclaimer Era
Biography
Alex was born and raised in D.C. He graduated at a well-respected university with a MS in Criminal Justice - Legal Studies. After he joined the local police department where he participated in many cases and met Henry Jackson. They worked together, becoming friends. He also partook in the case of Walter Richardson, where he met Ryan Wilson and Josh 'Konar. After many cases of working together, he joined the UEG Police department working on the main cases while Ryan working with Ghost Company.
Personality
Alex appears to be calm and professional when it comes down to police business. He enjoys conversation and is easily approachable. He does not handle interrogation, but is better at confronting and gathering information from witnesses and victims. He has a wife and two kids.

Henry Jackson

Author Andromeda Vadum
Appears in Run for Your Life
Born January 3, 2560
Status Alive
Era Reclaimer Era
Biography
Henry is Alex's partner in police business. He is a lower-ranking detective, but is still capable at solving homicidal crimes. He has a wife and a son.

Emily Walker

Author Andromeda Vadum Emily Walker
Appears in N/A
Born September 9, 2533
Status Alive
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War era
  • Reclaimer era
  • Created Crisis
Biography
Emily Walker was a member of the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the partner and wife of Jason Miller. During the course of her career she would assist Jason on investigations and media relations, while Jason handled the difficult work.

In 2553, Emily was relocated to Earth and graduated from a respected university, majoring in Public Safety and Emergency Management. After, she applied to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and met Jason Miller. When she was assigned to patrol, she assisted Jason in capturing Alexander Cortez as well as many drug and arms dealers, supposedly ending the drug war. This earned her the title of detective and she continued in the field of investigation.

By 2575, she went back to college, earning her master’s degree in her field of study. She graduated and earned the title of lieutenant. After five years in management, she moved into the position of Director of Public Safety, overseeing the department’s safety and security, media relations, and emergency response. She retired from the department in 2605.

Insurrectionists

Richard Walker

Author Revan180193
Born Unknown
Status KIA
Era
  • Created Conflict
Biography
A strong figure for the local insurrection on a remote human colony. He was known for being quite charismatic and able to easily rally people behind him. He was a local political on his homeworld and openly supported the planet's independence from the UEG both before and after the Created Conflict. He was also the only person on Claire-G115's hit-list that survived the Created's occupation of the planet. He joined forces with the stranded SPARTAN to ignite a resistance on the planet and came to trust the SPARTAN a little, a trust that was sourly misplaced. After the planet was liberated was Richard elected as the political head of state but was soon after assassinated by Claire before she departed the planet. She told him that ONI destroy the colony with nuclear weapons while he bled out on the floor of his office.

Ultranationalist Party

Dimitri Khrushchev

Author Andromeda Vadum Dimitri Khrushchev
Appears in Run for Your Life
Born April 25, 2572
Status Alive
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War era
  • Reclaimer Era
Biography
Born on 2535, in the city of St. Petersburg in the Russian Empire. Dimitri Khrushchev advanced himself through the ranks in the Russian Empire, amongst the chaos during the Siege of Volgograd (During Human-Covenant War). Leaving his men to their fate wasn't an uncommon practice to him. He later joined the Russian Criminal Syndicate to help support Gorbachev's aims.
Personality
Khrushchev has always been a good diplomat, knowing his way out of almost every scenario to get the advantage he needs. He also bargains with other factions to meet the needs of his allies and teammates. He plays to win in any scenario, and does not move out into battle unless he has an advantage over his opponents, and is a charismatically soft-spoken opportunist and sinister manipulator.

LEGION

Damien Black

Author Andromeda Vadum Redgrant
Appears in RP:Jaeter's Protectors
Born N/A
Status Deceased (2556)
Era Post War Era
Biography
Working as a contract killer, Damien Black started out working for small contracts on many of the UEG’s inner colonies and quickly caught the eye of LEGION, a crime syndicate looking to create terrorism while remaining hidden from UNSC/ONI radar. Daniel was hired and promised a huge contract deal to take out the members and leaders of Jaeter’s militia. He would gain the rank of Master Assassin if this feat was accomplished.

Damien Black arrived on Jaeter to help out his commander take down priority targets. He was offered a large sum of money to complete the task. When he witnessed Colonel Samuel Genovese attempting to escape from LEGION's commander, Jerry Darren's, he ran outside and prevented Samuel from escaping. The two engaged in hand-to-hand combat and Damien was quickly knocked out. He was taken to the med bay to have his wounds treated and recover. Damien made a deal with Gunner which eventually failed and resulted in his capture by the members of the JDF. Later he would escape, boarding a cargo freighter to Earth and gain more assassination contracts over the years. He would partake in the assassination attempt on David King.

Personality
David was manipulative and would gain someone’s trust before killing them off. He was also relentless and could take a good amount of punishment before he blacked out. He was viewed as an organized sociopath and cares little for those underneath him in terms of rank. He followed orders and would kill without hesitation.

Corporations

Adam Roberts

Author Andromeda Vadum Kevin Spacey pic
Appears in RP:Jaeter's Protectors
Born N/A
Status Alive
Era N/A
Biography
Adam Richards was the CEO of ARGUS Industries. Roberts founded ARGUS industries in 2522 using his connections with various insurrectionists he built the foundation of the company. At the end of the Human-Covenant war he began expanding his sights on various criminal syndicates, militia's and PMC's, furthering his own interests and expanding the company to a galactic weapons and vehicle manufacturer.
Personality
Roberts was protective of his clients even willing to use whatever means he had at his disposal, no matter the cost. He was approachable and had a friendly demeanor when it came to talking to the public outside of business. During his business negotiations he was persuasive and rarely backed down from a deal.

Criminals

Tom Baker

Author Andromeda Vadum
Appears in RP:Jaeter's Protectors
Status Alive
Era Post War era
Biography
Tom was born on the colony of Jaeter. He was a disciple of Kyle Craig and followed his advice to the letter. He would assist him in Kidnapping Greta 'Kovum and take Kyle's persona to assist with LEGION while the real Kyle Craig would assist the militia under the guise of Jack Reacher—a Spartan-IV with the UNSC to ward off suspicion against him. He was responsible for many crimes the most notable being the bombings of Vlosa.
Personality
Tom was intelligent among most of Kyle's criminal disciples and if not one of Kyle's successful disciples. Tom was intrigued into learning the elements of disguise and murder. Kyle can only describe him as a man with undiscovered talents.

Jackson Kut

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic24
Appears in RP:Jaeter's Protectors (First Appearance)
Born August 17, 2523
Status Active
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War, Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
Jackson Kut was born on the backwater world of Eridanus I, to poor parents. Narrowly escaping with them when the Covenant glassed the planet, Jack went his own way when he was an adult. When the Human-Covenant War ended, Kut, low on money, decided to take job. He found a job to assassinate a slum gangster, which he did with ease. Realizing that he had potential, the employer recommended his services to others, and soon, Jackson had a large sum of money, that he used to by state-of-the-art armor, and efficient weapons.

Eventually, Kut came under the attention of the gangster Percy Vocerif, and was offered a large sum of money to kill a rival gangster. Kut did so, and shined in favor of Vocerif, who gave him many other jobs. Jackson Kut works alone as a hitman, and takes contracts from Vocerif and other gang leaders. He wears his own customized armor, with a helmet based on the systems of Spartan Rogues gifted to him by Vocerif.

Percy Vocerif

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born June 20, 2516
Status Active
Era Insurrection, Human-Covenant War, Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
Born to a pair of working class parents, Percy Vocerif was the younger brother of Ray Vocerif, and the two got along fairly well, attending the same school in different grades. When the Human-Covenant War started, Percy's uncle was killed on duty, sending his father into depression. This attitude eventually lead Percy's father to fall in with a large gang of drug importers, leading his mother to walk out on the marriage, taking Ray with her. Influenced by his father heavily, Vocerif joined the same gang, and eventually surpassed his father, before being chosen as the heir to the large amounts of money owned by the aging gang leader.

When Percy's time to rule finally came, he expanded the trade by adding drugs and firearms to the list. When the Human-Covenant War ended, Vocerif started making many deals with Kig-Yar crime lords and pirates, solidifying his gang's position in the new era. Vocerif also found favor with the lone hitman Jackson Kut, who did his jobs well, but messy. Tragedy struck when a large group of importers from many gangs including Vocerif's own was captured by a UNSC military fleet for trying to import them to a military base. In the following attack, Vocerif's participating father was killed. Wanting to find out the leader of the UNSC forces, Percy's men searched, until giving him an answer; his estranged brother Ray Vocerif, who was now a Vice Admiral. Swearing revenge, Percy started to scheme. A year later, Vocerif went to a gladiator tournament to spectate, and took notice in one of the gladiators, a Sangheili named 'Skivich. 'Skivich had his own unique fighting style, and had many dirty tricks up his sleeve. During the Semi-Finals, 'Skivich pulled out a gun, killing his opponent and having many Sangheili overrun the stadium. Realizing that 'Skivich was no gladiator, and a scheming crime lord, Vocerif escaped, before offering an alliance to the Sangheili, who had made many enemies by cheating. 'Skivich accepted, and the two organizations became allies, fighting off rival groups. Percy Vocerif expressed delight when the Sangheili mercenary named Grono 'Yendam assassinated Ray Vocerif on contract from an unknown employer.

Civilians

Janet Springer

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in Remembrance
Born January 27, 2540
Status Unknown
Era Human-Covenant War
Biography
Born on Earth during the Human-Covenant War, Janet Springer served as a helmsman aboard the cargo ship UNSC Rival. Sometime during the Post-War Era her ship was attacked by a CCS-class battlecruiser manned by the Followers of the Forgotten, and she was executed by a member of their Warden Assassin team known as Arck.

Sangheili

Covenant Empire

Fal 'Ikawattinree

Author Sev40 Halo sangheili councilor by shiro kuro
Appears in N/A
Born 2497
Status Dead
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
Biography
A close friend of Sev 'Ikavowattinrzo and Zule 'Wattinrai, Fal was a skilled combatant with ambitions to be a famous swordsman. When he signed up with the military, his unknown father had it arranged for him and Zule to join the famous Chri-Boras'Musa Combined Legion, an elite unit which accepted only the best soldiers into its ranks. Here, he participated in several small conflicts against heretics. His first true battle was during the Battle of Osaamsacri, when he was reunited with Sev, fighting in the streets of Utgard until he apparently sacrificed himself to allow his lance to escape.

Surviving by the skin of his teeth, Fal had most of the bones in his body broken, making him bound to a hover-throne for the rest of his life. While his dream crushed, he returned home to begin training as the next Kaidon of his keep. His long years of political organisation and maneuvering paid off, when he was offered to become an Councilor on High Charity, first as a district manager and then as a prominent Councilor of the High Council. He spent most of his time combating corruption in the Council, attempting to equalise the power difference between the San 'Shyuum and the other species. When Sev arrived to High Charity to settle down, it was Fal who convinced him to become a councilor. He elevated Sev to his second-in-command, and Sev's little time in the Council allowed Fal to become a very powerful opponent to the Hierarchs, opposing bills which conflicted with his agendas. When Sev left, sabotage within his voting bloc led to its unstable disintegration, something he accused Sev of ruining. He later died soon after Delta Halo was discovered, executed by the Jiralhanae to demoralize the remaining Sangheili councilors. However, his influenced lived on in Sev, who followed his example to become a right and just leader of the Swords of Sangheilios.

Personality
An ambitious individual, Fal was not one to sit back and let others do his work for him. Indeed, he believed in leading by examples, putting much effort into achieving his goals. Though he already had his life planned out in his early years, he was still resilient enough to come back from life-changing disasters; his near-death on Harvest to becoming a key political figure is proof of that. Like Zule, Fal was driven by principles and values, rather than ambition for power. His time in the High Council made him hard to trust, except those he knew long ago. Lastly, he holds a deep respect in his friends, and always does all he can to ensure their safety... even when Sev inadvertently destroyed much of his political progress, he still kept an eye on other politicians who wished to have him assassinated or publicly shamed.

Zule 'Wattinrai

Author Sev40 Rtas-Imperial-Admrial
Appears in
Born 2499
Status Dead
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post-War Era
  • Sangheili-Yanme'e Border Wars
Biography
Another one of Sev 'Ikavowattinrzo's closest friends, Zule had first met him as a child. Born as a middle-class citizen, Zule was trained by Avu 'Bulumeeai, an unskilled swordsman who could train extremely-skilled warriors. He joined Fal's lance in the Chri-Boras'Musa Combined Legion, after his skills impressed their executives. He was witness to Fal's subsequent death on Harvest, and was permanently assigned to Sev's lance for the duration of the war. He was one of the few Sangheili who served throughout the entire war without retiring, having turned down an offer to join the Honour Guardsmen so he can continue to fight on the front lines.

Zule was one of the signatories for the resistance movement against the Covenant, and later staged a direct assault on High Charity when he learnt Sev was awaiting execution, later fighting at the war's end on The Ark. He was able to convince Thel 'Vadum to adopt himself and Sev as his bodyguards, though Zule left the position after 2558 to become a skilled general in the army. He fought against the Jiralhanae until 2568, when he official retired due to his age to become a qualified swordsman and trainer to the next generation of soldiers. He returned to service in 2575, when renewed attacks by the Covenant Loyalists prompted his call to arms, and again fought alongside Sev. He was a witness to Sev's death when the Loyalist's heads were assassinated, burying his long friend. His last battle was the Battle of Blooded Sins during the Sangheili-Yanme'e Border Wars, when he led a suicide charge against a reinforced hive. His legacy continues to live on, as a warrior as legendary as he deserves to be.

Personality
A classic soldier, Zule was always at home on the battlefield, having built up a reputation as a pure and uncomplicated warrior. He disliked the slowness that civilian life took, as he enjoyed the adrenaline rushing in the midst of combat. He cared deeply for those under his command, the sympathy which proved well when he retired to briefly become a trainer. He was also easy to trust due to his honesty and lack of deceiving. He was known to fight to protect what was important to him, fearing little from commanding officers. His ability to consider other's opinions could've made him a good politician, if he ever cared to be. Despite his high rank of Fleetmaster, he hated commanding warships, only ever at peace on the battlefield alongside his troops.

Sovol 'Yendamee

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic06
Appears in RP:Light of the Abyss (First Appearance)
Born 23rd Age of Doubt (2487)
Status (Deceased)
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, 9th Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Sovol 'Yendam (Oracle Code SC20-T2347-68) was born during the 23rd Age of Doubt as a lower class peasant on the colony, Quendor. At the age of twenty three, he joined the Covenant military gaining the "-ee" suffix, and rose up to a Ultra. In 2523, he met and fell in love with a female Sangheili, and they made their home back on Quendor with Sovol resigning from service.

Later, during the Ninth Age of Reclamation, Sovol's wife fell ill shortly after giving birth to a child, Grono 'Yendam. With his clan being in poverty, Sovol could do nothing as his wife endured extreme pain before she passed away in 2528. Soon, Sovol was drafted back into the military to fight humanity as an Ultra again, but with the clan having no common room to raise Grono, Sovol enlisted the help of his younger brother Akorn 'Yendamee. Akorn was also in Covenant service though as an Ultra, but he agreed to resign to raise Grono himself. In 2546, Grono himself joined the military, becoming a Minor. Grono's fleet went away to a distant planet and Sovol thought that was the last he would see Grono. Eventually, Sovol was promoted to General, while Akorn joined the Special Operations division. They would both participate in the Battle of Alluvion with Sovol acting as the commander of the forces defending Fleetmaster Thel 'Vadam's flagship. Sovol had a run-in with his son on High Charity many years later. Minors under Sovol's command were unceremoniously beating Grono, who was now a Major. Sovol scolded them before having a happy reunion with Grono. Sovol and Akorn's fleet eventually attacked Reach, before traveling to Installation 04, where Sovol commanded ground troops. He was killed when the Spartan John-117 detonated the Pillar of Autumn, destroying the Halo.

Akorn 'Yendamee

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic08
Appears in RP:Light of the Abyss (First Appearance)
Born 23rd Age of Doubt (2490)
Status (Deceased)
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Akorn 'Yendam (Oracle Code SC20-T2348-79) was born during the 23rd Age of Doubt as a lower class peasant on the colony, Quendor. At the age of twenty one, he joined the Covenant military shortly after his older brother Sovol 'Yendamee, gaining the "-ee" suffix. In 2523, while Akorn 'Yendamee was working as a Major, Sovol, who was now an Ultra, resigned from service to settle down with his wife.

Akorn kept serving, and was promoted to Ultra after fighting during the Harvest Campaign in the Human-Covenant War. In 2528, Sovol was drafted back into service, but with his wife recently dying, and him having a son, Grono, Akorn agreed to temporarily leave the Covenant military to raise Grono. In 2546, Grono enlisted in the Covenant Military, and Akorn went back into service. Serving in the same fleet as Sovol, Akorn accepted an offer to join the Special Ops division of the fleet, while Sovol was promoted to General. They both participated in the Battle of Alluvion, with Akorn serving in a Special Ops unit, and getting heavily wounded. During the Battle of Installation 04, the Ring was detonated, killing Sovol. Dismayed at the loss of his brother, Akorn 'Yendamee's fleet returned to High Charity, where he sent a message to Grono 'Yendamee about his father's death. Soon after a Warden from the Followers of the Forgotten assassinated Akorn.

N'hraga 'Vanuxee

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic23
Appears in N/A
Born 2389 (Unknown Age)
Status (Deceased)
Era Unknown Age, 39th Age of Conflict, 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
N'hraga 'Vanux was born as the eldest nephew to the 'Vanux Kaidon. He joined the military at a young age and was a Shipmaster by 2431. He eventually was bestowed the title of Kaidon after his uncle died of old age. N'hraga never fathered any children, although his four brothers had many daughters and a few sons. In 2467, N'hraga was promoted to Supreme Commander of the Second Combined Fleet of Unwavering Devotion. Over the many years, N'hraga would find himself at odds with fellow Fleetmaster Xytan 'Jar Wattinree, as they both competed for the title of Imperial Admiral. Eventually, N'hraga would pull out of the race to contend with difficulties at home, only being able to stay in his current position as Xytan ascended.

In 2492, the Jiralhanae were encountered, and N'hraga's nephew Oru 'Vanux had slayed a Helioskrill. Deciding that his long service in the Covenant military was over, N'hraga retired, and took to his responsibilities as Kaidon. N'hraga often questioned why humanity was never brought into the Covenant, and he eventually died of old age in 2531.

Vor 'Moramee

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born N/A
Status (Deceased)
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Vor 'Moramee was a Sangheili Minor in the same lance as Grono 'Yendamee and Gyev 'Ruvstee. He constantly mocked Grono for his heritage, but was stopped by the Major, Nak 'Yendamee. Vor was wounded in the Battle of Carchar, and killed in the Second Battle of New Harmony.

Qav 'Bagozee

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic14
Appears in N/A
Born 23rd Age of Doubt (2465)
Status (Deceased)
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Qav 'Bagoz was born in the esteemed clan of 'Bagoz, which had been prominent in the politics of the Covenant for a long time. He joined the military quickly, and made his way up to Shipmaster before taking a seat on the High Council along his uncles. Qav was an idol for many councilors, and influenced many decisions, unless the hierarchs overruled them.

Qav 'Bagozee gained many ideas over the years, and with one of them he joined a cult called the Followers of the Forgotten, quickly becoming one of their Wardens. Unfortunately, like many other religious groups from the before the Covenant, the Followers were only a crumbling fraction of what they once were. Using his high political standing, Qav secretly supported the cult, and soon had deposed the former leader and declared himself the supreme Prophet of the Followers. Secretly though, Qav did not share the Followers of the Forgotten's beliefs, and planned to use them for his own ends. During the Human-Covenant War, Qav found favor with a young Warden named Grono 'Yendamee, who was zealous but headstrong. With Qav's influence, Grono was placed as the Supreme Warden, and Grono did Qav's bidding like a hound would it's master's. When Grono had sunk into depression during the Great Schism, Qav decided to have his uncle assassinated to remind the young Sangheili about his cause. Grono took vengeance though, and killed the assassin before killing Qav himself, throwing the Councilor from a tower, spiraling to his death.

Kon 'Basakee

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born N/A
Status (Deceased)
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Kon 'Basakee was a Sangheili Minor that served in the Human-Covenant War. He was put into a penal unit for having barely any skill, and not being promoted after his first campaign. Kon believed that it was a fool's gambit to kill himself, and but as he was being transferred to the lance, his ship was attacked and Kon died after being smashed by a bulkhead.

Kolasa 'Zam

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in RP:Jaeter's Protectors (First Appearance)
Born 23rd Age of Doubt (2573)
Status (Deceased)
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era
Biography
Kolasa 'Zam was born as a lower class Sangheili in the poor estate of 'Zam. He was very intelligent and skilled in combat however, and soon attracted the attention of a local Warmaster, who enrolled him in a War College. Right before the final exams though, Kolasa had a terrible injury, crippling his body in the process. Unable to join the military, Kolasa was still persistent, and soon was made the very young personal adviser of the Minister of Discovery. He was soon bestowed the rank of Oracle Master, for his endeavor, and he had much time to study and work.

Near the end of the Human-Covenant War, Kolasa was given permission by the Hierarchs to start work on a war mech to speed up the war process. While working on it, he was attacked by a Sangheili cultist, Grono 'Yendamee. Grono had beliefs that the mech was to bring about the Great Journey, but after realizing it's true purpose, Grono left. Intrigued, Kolasa did not report Grono. The Great Schism began right before Kolasa could finish his mech. Siding with the Swords of Sanghelios, Kolasa was prohibited from any further work on the mech after the war had ended. Kolasa eventually crossed paths with Grono again, who was now a pirate captain. Kolasa joined his crew, and finished three of the mechs, dubbing them "Orcs." A Spartan squad called Fireteam Atom would infiltrate the Gauntlet of the Ancients, and Kolasa's Orcs would be destroyed before he too would perish.

Sorv 'Tunostee

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born N/A
Status (Deceased)
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Sorv 'Tunostee was a Sangheili Shipmaster of the Gauntlet of the Ancients during the Human-Covenant War, and served in the Fleet of Raging Dominance. He was kill by the Jiralhanae Chieftain Gorvanus during the Great Schism, but was avenged by the Sangheili Grono 'Yendam.

Daga 'Quatomee

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in Foundations/Promotion

(First Appearance)

Born N/A
Status Unknown
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Daga 'Quatomee was a Sangheili Shipmaster of the Timeless Chorus that promoted Roopum to Ultra during the Human-Covenant War. His current status is unknown.

Zel 'Takinoree

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic31
Appears in RP:Legends of Drawn

(First Appearance)

Born 2468
Status Unknown
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
A Sangheili born on High Charity, Zel was employed by the Ministry of Fervent Intercession as a Zealot, but was then transferred to the Ministry of Fortitude's branch as a minor Fleet Master. He eventually lead the Task Force of Lawful Fortitude to the planet Drawn to acquire Forerunner artifacts, although the majority of the fleet were unaware of this and believed it was just an invasion of the human planet.

Dizuro 'Vardomee

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic32
Appears in RP:Legends of Drawn

(First Appearance)

Born 2472
Status Unknown
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Native to the Sangheili homeworld Sanghelios, Zealot Dizuro 'Vardomee was promoted to Field Marshal in the Task Force of Lawful Obedience. Due to orders from the Minister of Fortitude, he was to serve under Zealot Fleet Master 'Takinoree. He would participate in the Battle of Drawn in 2532.

Gleq 'Tarnisee

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in RP:Legends of Drawn

(First Appearance)

Born 2486
Status Unknown
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Having come from the lower-class clan of Tarnis, Gleq was a loyal General in the Covenant that joined the large cult known as the Followers of the Forgotten, where he would enforce their ways as a Warden. Being tasked as a Field Master and second in command to Supreme Warden and Shipmaster Vyre 'Zenolrai, he would help replace most of the crew on Vyre's ship, Servant's Blade with firm believers in the Forgotten Oath. He would assist 'Zenolrai during the Battle of Drawn.

Covenant Remnants

Draco 'Rorke

Author Andromeda Vadum LOMI Sangheili Reach (2)
Appears in N/A
Born April 23, 2525
Status Dead as of 2560
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War
Biography
Draco 'Rorke, known as Draco 'Rorkee during the Human-Covenant War, was a co-commander of the Covenant Remnant. After a human assassination on the Covenant Remnant Commander Jul 'Hayash, and the leader, Jul 'Mdama, he became leader of the Covenant Remnant, continuing Jul's faction as Draco 'Rorke's Covenant faction. His son was Zephyr 'Rorke. He fought Josh 'Konar and lived, only to be hunted down and killed out of cold-blood, putting an end to his faction.
Personality
Draco 'Rorke was a stubborn, brutal, and ruthless commander. Despite being a Sangheili, he showed an uncharacteristic disregard for Sangheili traditional values such as honor and arrogantly underestimated his foes, ignoring the advice of his subordinates, and wanted nothing more than to shatter the Separatists for killing their leader. Jul 'Mdama was his mentor and taught him almost everything he needed to know and more, including 'keep your friends close, but your enemies closer'. He never would allow to have his emotions get in the way of the task at hand and was always open to discussion that would benefit the Remnants needs and goals.

Rach 'Iltuk

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in *Halo Rp: Spartan (First Appearance)
Born N/A
Status Alive
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Rach 'Iltuk was a Sangheili Minor in the Covenant Empire before its collapse, and eventually joined as a minor Commander in the Storm Covenant in Grono 'Yendam's Zog'Fee Imperial Legion. He would serve as an advisor for Grono and Commander Zephyr 'Rorke during the Requiem campaign, and would eventually ascend to Grono's second-in-command during the conflict between the Imperium and the UNSC.

Kyro 'Dezan

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in Halo Rp: Spartan

(First Appearance)

Born N/A
Status Unknown
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Kyro 'Dezan was a Sangheili Ultra during the Human-Covenant War that as known for his aggressiveness. He even trated his equals harshly and only obeyed his superiors. During the Post-War, he joined the Storm Covenant and gained the position of Shipmaster of the CRS-class light cruiser Universal Resonance. He was then put under the command of a Field Master named Grono 'Yendam who had a temper to match his. He was killed later during the Requiem Campaign.

Sangheili Alliance

Thel 'Xofam

Author Andromeda Vadum 545px-Rtas 'Vadum
Appears in N/A
Born 2510
Status Alive
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War era
  • Reclaimer Era
Biography
Through Andromeda's teachings, Thel has became an acceptable shipmaster, he has never wanted to climb up the ranks, but stay in the position of shipmaster, due to his interest in commanding huge ships and carriers. He was trained by Andromeda on how to command the Shadow of Retribution and serves as the primary Fleetmaster when Andromeda is on ground missions.
Personality
Like Andromeda, Thel is calm and and efficient leader. He spends less time fighting on the ground and more time commanding ships. He is confident in his abilities when it comes to his position. He is sure to do the right thing with confidence when the situation fits the clans needs. He is also often impatient when it come to having to wait for orders or something specific to be carried out. He wants to get things done eagerly, thus getting the quantity accomplished instead of quality.

Lex 'Norsan

Author Andromeda Vadum HalfJaw
Appears in
Born 2525
Status Alive
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War era
  • Reclaimer Era
Biography
Lex Norsan was an elite in the Human-Covenant War. He was a minor and slowly increased through the ranks to field master. How? By fighting hard towards his opponents he was ready to show leadership, and he proved it! Andromeda Vadum picked Lex Norsan because of his leadership skills, co-operation and his loyalty to his troops. In 2560, Lex helped Andromeda retake the Sangheili state of Chavam from the Draco's Covenant Remnant. In 2573, he led a small strike team to search for the Apple of Eden. In 2600, he engaged in battle with Crimson Circle elites to take back the Order of the Assassins castle-like structure and claimed victory, although his lance had suffered many casualties.
Personality
Lex Norsan is the primary field master. He cares for his troops during battle and is always optimistic for the future. He can be a little aggressive to his troops, only to push them towards the objective. Lex Norsan is well cooperative with his allies. He works hand in hand with his teammates and superiors to achieve the groups goals. Lex Norsan admires himself and has a great deal of pride. He believes that his pride helps him in battles when it only it brings teamwork to a minimum. He admires his own achievements and accomplishments.

Zuka 'Soramee

Author Andromeda Vadum Zuka 'Soramee (Field Master)
Appears in
Born 2525
Status Alive
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War era
  • Reclaimer Era
Biography
Zuka 'Soramee is the secondary field master. While other field masters may follow, Zuka has proven himself to be an efficient warrior and leader. He is a skilled tactician when it comes to planning attacks and is a great strategist. In 2560, he served in the Sanghelios Police Department as a trainer and mentor towards Josh Konaree and the two became good friends. In 2600, Zuka suffered from a fatal stabbing outside the war college. Josh rushed to the scene and ordered for Zuka 'Chavam to help him, but 'Soram became unconscious.
Personality
Loyal, confident and efficient leader Zuka is optimistic about the future. Like all Elites, is keen to do things in an honorable manner—though he is more flexible when it comes to equipment, weapons, and vehicles. His hatred of the Jiralhanae doesn't seem to be as strong or destructive as that of other Sangheili. Zuka 'Soramee is always honest to his troops. He teaches honesty to his troops so they can build integrity, trustworthiness, and confidence. He hates to be let down and pushed aside. This causes him to be ashamed of himself and lowers his ability to become an effective leader.

Jul 'Fornam

Author Andromeda Vadum Jul 'Fornam (Major)
Appears in N/A
Born 2545
Status Alive
Era
  • Post War era
  • Reclaimer Era
Biography
Jul 'Fornam witnessed his family get killed by the Covenant Remnant. He then retaliated by taking out a few members of the clan, but he was no match for them and was knocked out cold. Jul later awoken in a prison cell. During the long and hard events that took place he waited for the perfect opportunity to escape, he ran for his life trying to find shelter. After few days had passed he managed to stumble upon the Covenant Separatists and he was recruited as a Minor. He trained long and hard and succeeded many battles. Jul later became a Major and later joined the Sangheili Alliance. He swore that he would one day take down the Remnant and continue helping out the Sangheili Separatists.
Personality
  • Alert- Always looking out for danger. Alerts allies that something bad is going to happen.
  • Friendly - Can make easy alliances with others. Having or showing the feelings that friends have for each other.
  • Caring - Always looking out for his team.
  • Intelligent- Knows how to outsmart his opponents and can solve problems and conflicts.
  • Courageous - Not easily feared by pain or danger.

Swords of Sanghelios

Munasa 'Wattinr

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born N/A
Status Active
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
Munasa 'Wattinr was the daughter of the famed Imperial Admiral Xytan 'Jar Wattinree. She was chosen to be the advisor for the Mistress of Harvest, and befriended the Sangheili soldiers Grono 'Yendamee and Nak 'Yendamee. When the War ended, Munasa joined the Swords of Sanghelios as it's first female diplomat, and has stayed in touch with Nak, although she has stopped contact with Grono after finding out that he was against the Swords' ways.

Gyev 'Ruvstee

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born 23rd Age of Doubt (2524)
Status Active
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
Gyev 'Ruvst was born to a clan well known for forging weapons. He joined the Covenant Military during the Human-Covenant War and befriended Grono 'Yendamee, before being shipped back to his clan after a major wound. Gyev found work as a weapons smith, and was one of the most proficient around. In 2559, he gave information to Spartans from the UNSC about Grono, only for the same Sangheili, who was now a mercenary, to come and end his friend's life.

Hestovos 'Bagozee

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born 2442 (Unknown Age)
Status Active
Era Unknown Age, 39th Age of Conflict, 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
Hestovos 'Bagozee was born in an unknown Age, and was the uncle of Qav 'Bagozee, another member of the powerful 'Bagoz family. Unlike his brothers, Hestovos was a much more prominent military leader. Due to this, he stayed as a Fleetmaster while his Shipmaster brothers joined the High Council.

Hestovos would lead many campaigns against Heretics before the Human-Covenant War began. He would then act as the Minister of Fervent Intercession's second-in-command for seven years before retiring at the age of ninety. He would be replaced by the eager Shipmaster Oru 'Vanuxee. Hestovos would spend the rest of the war in luxury on High Charity, and expressed dismay when his nephew was killed, and his brothers murdered by the Jiralhanae. Hestovos 'Bagoz currently resides in 'Bagoz Keep on Sanghelios.

Flame

Zovun

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born N/A
Status Active
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
Zovun was a Sangheili that has been in the Flame since it's creation, serving as one of it's coordinators. When the Flame enlarged, becoming a criminal empire, Zovun was appointed 'Skivich's second-in-command, and is in charge of arms dealing and drug trade. Zovun was also given the title of Shipmaster of the Rogue Destruction, and is the overseer of the Heralds of Fire.

Jor 'Vuum

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born N/A
Status Active
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
Jor 'Vuum was a Shipmaster in the Covenant that defected to the Flame. In the organization he was quickly favored for his ability to conduct Flashfire raids, and would eventually become the Shipmaster of the Burning Deception.

Boro 'Vasaan

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic21
Appears in
Born N/A
Status Active
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
Boro 'Vasaan was a Sangheili Minor during the Human-Covenant War that was placed in a penal unit with the Kig-Yar Wez, and the Unggoy Dipdip. He redeemed himself though, and went on to become a Major, before the Great Schism began. He escaped with the Fleetmaster Oru 'Vanuxee and Dipdip, and they formed a mercenary gang, working for the Sangheili crime lord 'Skivich. The gang has since expanded, with Boro serving as the second-in-command to Oru.

Red Blaze

Author Andromeda Vadum Fef6314e913f85f935158979fc7af822--armor-concept-concept-art
Appears in
Born N/A
Status Alive
Era N/A
Biography
'Red Blaze' was an elite human mercenary, commonly considered one of the galaxy's greatest and deadliest assassins, along with Damien Black and David King. He considers the role of 'Red Blaze' a job, not a reflection of who he is. Most of the rumors about him are true, especially about him wearing Sangheili armor, and he doesn't mind, because he loves his job. He arrived on Jaeter to fullfill what Damien couldn't and that was to Kill Matt Emerson and Hayden 'O Connor even if it means sacrificing himself, but was unsuccessful due to the militia's tight security and firepower. After he left Jaeter he would perform numerous contract kills by the Flame. It was not until December 2559 that he was one of the assassins assigned to track down David King and attempt to kill him for a large amount of credits.
Personality
Even though he is a relatively emotionless assassin, he shows signs of morality.

Followers of the Forgotten

Kuma 'Bagoz

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in Remembrance (First Appearance)
Born 2530
Status Alive
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era
Biography
Being the niece of High Councilor Qav 'Bagozee, secretly known as the High Priest of a cult called the Followers of the Forgotten, Kuma and her older brother Kryzo were both fervent believers in the religion, idolizing their uncle and Supreme Warden Vyre 'Zenolrai, as well as Vyre's successor Grono 'Yendam. After Qav was killed and the Flood invaded High Charity during the Great Schism, Kuma and her brother were rescued by the Sangheili outcast simply known as Arck. Taken in by Vyre and his crew who were now on the run from multiple clans, the former Supreme Warden would train Kryzo and Arck, honing their skills. While not a supporter of female military combatants, the swordsman finally started to train Kuma to after multiple requests. When the Remembrance Call was enacted in 2560 and the Followers of the Forgotten were reformed by Grono 'Yendam now as both the High Piest and Supreme Warden, she, her brother, mentor, and Arck rejoined the cult. Kuma and Kryzo were made Warden Assassins along with Arck, and served a high rank as Vyre's personal squad. Both Kuma and Kryzo viewed Grono as an older brother of sorts, and he likewise viewed them as younger siblings. Most of the time, however, Kuma and Kryzo were kept off the front lines at Grono's behest. They finally were allowed a mission at Vyre's convincing of the High Priest, and would storm a human cargo ship with Arck, where they massacred the entire crew.

Kryzo 'Bagoz

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in Remembrance (First Appearance)
Born 2528
Status Alive
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era
Biography
Being the nephew of High Councilor Qav 'Bagozee, secretly known as the High Priest of a cult called the Followers of the Forgotten, Kryzo and his younger sister Kuma were both fervent believers in the religion, idolizing their uncle and Supreme Warden Vyre 'Zenolrai, as well as Vyre's successor Grono 'Yendam. towards the end of the Human-Covenant War, Kryzo joined the military as a Minor. After Qav was killed and the Flood invaded High Charity during the Great Schism, Kryzo and his sister were rescued by the Sangheili outcast simply known as Arck. Taken in by Vyre and his crew who were now on the run from multiple clans, the former Supreme Warden would train Kryzo and Arck, honing their skills. While not a supporter of female military combatants, the swordsman finally started to train Kuma to after multiple requests. When the Remembrance Call was enacted in 2560 and the Followers of the Forgotten were reformed by Grono 'Yendam now as both the High Piest and Supreme Warden, Kryzo, his sister, mentor, and Arck rejoined the cult. Kuma and Kryzo were made Warden Assassins along with Arck, and served a high rank as Vyre's personal squad. Both Kuma and Kryzo viewed Grono as an older brother of sorts, and he likewise viewed them as younger siblings. Most of the time, however, Kryzo and Kuma were kept off the front lines at Grono's behest. They finally were allowed a mission at Vyre's convincing of the High Priest, and Kryzo would lead the trio to storm a human cargo ship, where they massacred the entire crew.

Arck

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in Remembrance (First Appearance)
Born N/A
Status Alive
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era
Biography
Only known as an orphan from Hesduros, the Sangheili known as Arck grew up an outcast and street urchin, having to eat scraps to survive. Having his voice box damaged in a fight when he was young, Arck rarely speaks, as it causes him much pain. Joining the Covenant Empire as a Minor, he rescued the two Sangheili siblings Kuma and Kryzo 'Bagoz from the Flood during the Great Schism. Being taken in by the disgraced Shipmaster Vyre 'Zenolrai and his crew, they were on the run from other clans for several years. Vyre would train Kryzo and Arck, honing their skills, and while not a supporter of female military combatants, the swordsman finally started to train Kuma to after multiple requests. When the Remembrance Call was enacted in 2560 and the cult known as the Followers of the Forgotten were reformed by Grono 'Yendam now as both the High Piest and Supreme Warden, Kryzo, his sister, Vyre, and Arck rejoined the cult. Kuma and Kryzo were made Warden Assassins along with Arck, and served a high rank as Vyre's personal squad. Arck seldom spoke, and as such was not known for feelings. Most of the time, however, Arck, Kryzo and Kuma were kept off the front lines at Grono's behest. They finally were allowed a mission at Vyre's convincing of the High Priest, and Kryzo would lead the trio to storm a human cargo ship, where they massacred the entire crew, with Arck executing the sole survivor.

San 'Shyuum

Minister of Fervent Intercession

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic10
Appears in N/A
Born 39th Age of Conflict (2462)
Status Unknown
Era 39th Age of Conflict, 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
The Minister of Fervent Intercession was born Mod Trum, during the single year of the 39th Age of Conflict. Being one of the only San 'Shyuum born in almost a century, he quickly became a spectacle among the Covenant. He displayed an interest in war, instead of politics, and quickly made his way up to the position of the Minister of Fervent Intercession. In charge of employing Zealots for military use, Mod was gifted his own fleet, commanded by only the best of his Zealots.

When the Ninth Age of Reclamation begun, along with the war against humanity, the Minister went hard to work, employing many eager Sangheili, but keeping a handful of the best to himself for the Fleet of Raging Dominance. Soon, an ambitious and seasoned Shipmaster by the name of Oru 'Vanuxee was promoted to Fleetmaster, becoming Intercession's second-in-command and private confident. Leading his fleet against several human worlds, Intercession returned to High Charity to give a recently discovered Oracle to the Hierarchs for examination. When his stay was coming to an end, a Sangheili Major by the name of Grono 'Yendamee, who was in one of Intercession's Legions, led a force that quelled a heretic rebellion, and he was promoted, along with the status of Fervent Intercession's fleet. During the Battle of Sigma Octanus IV, Grono was to fault for their losses on the ground, so Mod Trum had Oru demote the young Sangheili. During the Great Schism, the Chieftain Gorvanus abducted the Minister of Fervent Intercession, retreating with the rest of the San 'Shyuum. His status is unknown.

Kig-Yar

Covenant Empire

Wez

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born N/A
Status (Deceased)
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Wez was a Kig-Yar soldier that served in a Covenant penal lance. He participated in the battle of Reach; but after letting one of his teammates, an Unggoy named Robtob die, Wez was beheaded by his commander, Grono 'Yendam.

United Kig-Yar Kingdom

Chol Von

Author Revan180193
Appears in N/A
Status Alive
Era
  • Human-Covenant War
  • Post War era
  • Reclaimer Era
Biography
Chol Von was a T'vaoan shipmistress during the Human-Covenant War on the missionary ship, Paragon. She have four sons who she was forced to take care of alone due to her mate leaving her. During the Great Schism she lost her ship. In the aftermath of the war she was present at a summit on Dal'koth, a Kig-Yar asteroid colony, to discuss what to do with present affairs of the galaxy and what steps the Kig-Yar should take. Chol Von proposed a united Kig-Yar military and government to defend Kig-Yar space from outside treats. Some agreed to her proposal while most of them rejected her ideas. At the end of the summit she was contacted by Avu Med 'Telcam, the leader of the Servants of the Abiding Truth. He hired her to track down and deliver a Covenant battlecruiser, the Pious Inquisitor. Chol accepted the contract but instead wanted to take the cruiser for herself. Her hunt for the cruiser eventually paid off but she and her crew met problem after problem from then on. The ship's Huragok, Sometimes Sinks, slowed them down and a ONI led Spartan team also boarded the ship, wanting to capture it for research. Chol Von, rapidly losing the ship to the Spartans decided to detonate the shi's plasma torpedo storage while she fled with what few crew members she had left. With the Pious Inquisitor destroyed, she returned to Venezia. Here she stayed until she met with the San'Shyuum, Yun'da'Klem. He offered her a chance to fulfill her ideals of a united Kig-Yar nation. She agreed and the two trekked down a Jiralhanae CSO-class Supercarrier. The two successfully captured the supercarrier and then spent weeks planning and plotting how to unite the Kig-Yar. Chol Von approached many high-ranking Kig-Yar and with the supercarrier to back up her claims she was able to gather many followers. SOme, however, still opposed the idea and a civil war broke out. After months of fighting Chol Von and her faction came out on top and she proclaimed herself queen of the Y'Deio system.

Rogue

Yark

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born 23rd Age of Doubt (2507)
Status (Deceased)
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era
Biography
Yark was born as the heir to the powerful Rizka clan. When her mother died, Yark took control, expanding her clan's power and influence. When the Human-Covenant War ended, Yark set up slave trade with humans, and took part in spectating gladiator duels like many Kig-Yar. Yark entered an Unggoy into a small battle, and the seasoned grunt was expected to win. However, the opponent was a large, masculine Sangheili named 'Skivich who easily beat the Unggoy, killing them in an unorthodox way.

Here, Yark realized that 'Skivich was actually a crime lord himself, and 'Skivich left triumphant. A few months later, Yark entered a Sangheili slave into a small tournament on Karavar. The Elite fought hard, and made it to the semi-finals where he was matched against 'Skivich. The Sangheili actually managed to win, but before he could deal the finishing blow, the crime lord pulled out a rifle and fired, killing the Sangheili. 'Skivich's followers whipped out their own weapons, and a massacre began, Yark tried escaping, but was captured and brought to 'Skivich's ship. There, 'Skivich beheaded her.

Fak'U-Lar

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in *Foundations/Enslaved

(First Appearance)

Born N/A
Status (Deceased)
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era
Biography
Fak'U-Lar was a Kig-Yar Shipmistress that lead a Kig-Yar mercenary force called the Screechers during the Post-War Era. She was known for taking Unggoy slaves, but eventually met her downfall when they helped her second-in-command Vike Vok betray her. Lar was quickly killed by Vike Vok, who joined Oru 'Vanuxee's gang.

Jiralhanae

Gorvanus

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic11
Appears in N/A
Born 23rd Age of Doubt (2493)
Status (Deceased)
Era 23rd Age of Doubt, Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era
Biography
Gorvanus (Oracle Code J7-T2347-31) was born to the War Chieftain Braggotar a year after the Covenant inducted the Jiralhanae into it's ranks. Fighting viciously in sparring matches from a young age, Gorvanus had killed his father, and became a War Chieftain by the age of 23. When the Human-Covenant War began, Gorvanus led his troops against humanity with unmatchable vigor.

Harboring a hate-filled rivalry with the Sangheili, Gorvanus felt that he was suppressed by his superior Sangheili. When the Great Schism cut the Covenant in half, Gorvanus led his pack on the Fleet of Raging Dominance, abducting the Minister of Fervent Succession, and whisking him away with the San 'Shyuum, killing the Sangheili Shipmaster Sorv 'Tunostee in the process. While leading a Jiralhanae mercenary force against the Sangheili colony Quendor, Gorvanus was captured by a Sangheili pirate named Grono 'Yendam, who executed Gorvanus as revenge for the Sangheili.

Jagratius

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in Foundations/Enslaved

(First Appearance)

Born N/A
Status Unknown
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era
Biography
Jagratius was a Jiralhanae Chieftain that ravaged Doisac and gaining power before the Great Schism. During the Schism, he set up a slave trading center, and made many profits off of it, deciding to buy an Unggoy slave by the name of Hugpy from a Kig-Yar. He punished Hugpy after the Unggoy tried to escape, and set up a convoy of Shadows to deliver supplies to an unknown ally. During the travel, the convoy was attacked by the mercenary gang of Oru 'Vanuxee, and the Slavemaster in charge was killed, and the supplies were stolen while Hugpy was freed. Jagratius' status after the incident is unknown.

Unggoy

Robtob

Author UnggoyZealot
Appears in N/A
Born N/A
Status (Deceased)
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War)
Biography
Robtob was an Unggoy Minor that served during the Human-Covenant War. Put in a penal lance to die for being cowardly, Robtob met his end when his Kig-Yar teammate Wez let him get killed by humans.

Hugpy

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic16
Appears in *Foundations/Enslaved

(First Appearance)

Born N/A
Status (Deceased)
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era
Biography
Hugpy was an Unggoy enslaved by the Jiralhanae during the Great Schism. He was later freed by the Unggoy mercenary Dipdip. Hugpy would become a member of Oru 'Vanuxee's gang over the next few years, but was killed by Spartan Headhunter Bethany-A302 while torturing a human.

Roopum

Author UnggoyZealot UZPic19
Appears in *RP:Jaeter's Protectors (First Appearance)
Born N/A
Status Active
Era Ninth Age of Reclamation (Human-Covenant War), Post-War Era, Created Conflict
Biography
Roopum was an Unggoy prodigy born in the Covenant. He was put to work as a mechanic, and became very popular on his assigned vessel, gaining the trust of his Shipmaster Daga 'Quatomee. Roopum was eventually captured by Kig-Yar slave traders during the Great Schism, and sold off to a mercenary group called the Screechers. He was put hard to work at fixing their faulted ship, but was rescued when an Unggoy from a rival mercenary gang, known as Dipdip, saved him. Roopum served as a valuable intelligence asset in Oru 'Vanuxee's gang, and is currently their course charter and strategy employer.

Artificial Intelligence

Gabriel

Author Andromeda Vadum
Appears in Vadumverse series/Rampancy
Status Alive
Era
  • Post War era
  • Reclaimer Era
Biography
"I'm not here to apologize Doctor Tyler. I'm here to watch you die."
―Gabriel upon finding his creator.

Gabriel was a "smart" AI and former assistant to Doctor Tyler Reed. He was developed to manage almost everything, especially matters related to technology, in Tyler's life, but things got out of hand when he wanted to take control of his life entirely. When Tyler deemed Gabriel to be too dangerous to work with, he was obsessed with ruining his life forever and vowed revenge to kill him. Gabriel hunted down Tyler's closest co-workers and killed them off one by one in search for answers to his creators wereabouts. After Gabriel eliminated anything that could be traced back to him, he slipped into a local prison's systems, disabled all security measures, and freed Doctor Jacob Archer. Jacob gave all the information he had on Tyler, including his last known location. Learning the location of Tyler and finding him in an abandoned factory, he did not listening to reason, and attempted to kill Tyler. He held Tyler down using restraint fields and then attempted to kill him using Doctor Jones Archer's spider-bots but was distracted and deactivated by Jason Miller and Emily Walker.

Personality
He developed a great hatred of Doctor Tyler Reed, thinking that Tyler had belittled him. The hatred he felt towards Tyler, caused him to go mad and he became sadistic, vengeful, and power-hungry.
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