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On February 9, UK-based Spartan Games announced that they will produce Halo-themed tabletop miniature wargames beginning in 2015. The first release will be a naval combat game which is to be followed by a ground combat game later in the year. Read the official announcement HERE!
The Halo 3: ODST campaign will be upgraded and added to The Master Chief Collection as free downloadable content for those who played the MCC between launch day and December 19. Read the official announcement HERE!
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The term glassing, more formally known as plasma bombardment, is used to refer to the act by which a Covenant ship or ships bombard a planet from orbit by using heavy plasma weaponry. The process of glassing a planet begins when a fleet has achieved air and space superiority on an enemy-controlled world. The specifics of the glassing process vary depending on the strategic significance of the planet or the orders of the Fleet Master.
This is the prototype NOVA Bomb, nine fusion warheads encased in lithium triteride armor. When detonated, it compresses its fissionable material to neutron-star density, boosting the thermonuclear yield a hundredfold. I am Vice Admiral Danforth Whitcomb, temporarily in command of the UNSC military base Reach. To the Covenant uglies that might be listening, you have a few seconds to pray to your damned heathen gods. You all have a nice day in hell... —Admiral Danforth Whitcomb