Actually, it's because he ran out as ONI's personal hitman for at least a quarter century. Remember as well that his helmet cam is one of the verifying sources, so this is really actually kinda accurate.
I must say this is probably the best SPARTAN article that i've ever read. Absolutely amazing to be honest, why doesn't it have an annual award? How long has it taken you to get it to the point that it is now?
ONI strike team invades LOMI's house in accordance with November Black policy 091 specially requested for "091" to be a part of Labyrinthverse. And thus said article earned himself ANOTHER era template!
Hey, love this article! I love the idea of him being smuggled by ONI and all and am currently applying the idea to one of my other articles. But, just wanted to point out that you stated he wieghs 95 kilograms. 95 kilos sounds about right for maybe a marine, but for a SPARTAN-II, it seems to not be very much at all. Most of my Spartans weigh around 135kg and the Spartans of Noble Team wieghed around 110kg. It just seems very light by Spartan standards is all, just thought I'd point it out. =D
Sona, trust me, I've taken the armour wieght into account. But the armour weight does not contribute to the weight of an unarmoured Spartan. 135 kilos seems to be an accurate wieght for a SPARTAN-II. The Master Chief (as said on Halopedia, although I think it is inaccurate) weighs around 179kg. The average adult human wieghs around 80-95kg. Considering the SPARTAN-II's muscle density, I would've thought that they weigh much more than that.
I looked on Halopedia, and John-117 wieghs at 130 kilos. And S-091, thanks for listening to me and considering my advice. =D — Rex(Talk To Me) (My Work)
I would just like to point out that his name in hebrew is ירד, which means to descend, not descendant.--Supercavitation 20:12, April 10, 2011 (UTC)
Are those pictures of Gunner Wright?
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