Welcome, Sphycomonster, to Halo Fanon: the wiki where you can write fan-made article(s) about the popular Halo series! Just follow these 3 basic rules and you will be guaranteed to be successful on this wiki!
Rule #1: Follow Canon! — What is Canon? By definition, it is the body of works considered genuine or official within a fictional universe. For example, Bungie and 343 Industries have officially stated that there were only twelve Halos. So, face the facts and try not to be stupid enough to create another Halo, otherwise it may be tagged and namespaced.
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Don't feel discouraged your first idea didn't work out. A lot of my first one did not work out at all and were far less well thought out than yours. Consider it a learning experiance. Also, no one knows Halo canon perfectly: [www.halopedia.com thats why we have Halopedia for references.] No one thinks you are stupid, or the worst writer on the site; just that there is a lot for you to learn and thats part of the point of Halo Fanon: to have a bunch of fans that, together, know a hell of a lot about the subject matter that improves general knowledge in life.
Kind regards and best of luck,
02:30, April 3, 2014 (UTC)