Myras Tyla

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Myras Tyla
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Biographical information

Species:

Human

Gender:

Female

Hair color:

Black

Political and military information

Affiliation:

Unified Earth Government, civilian

 

Myras Tyla is a famous human styllight player.[1]

Biography[edit]

Battle of Cleveland[edit]

Main article: Battle of Cleveland

She was present in Cleveland, Ohio when the Covenant invaded the city in November 2552. At this time, she met a hotel concierge named Ruwan Ackerson. Along with many other civilians, she and Ruwan were captured in an attempt by the Covenant to find the Key of Osanalan.[2][3]

After escaping imprisonment, she internally considered her own place in the world, worried she had been nothing but "tits and ass". After a period of running she used a scavenged plasma pistol to kill an Unggoy, which greatly surprised Ackerson. She reacted badly to taking a life, but Ruwan was able to placate her and they shared a romantic moment, vowing to be married after the war.[3]

After being rescued by UNSC Marines, Ackerson and Tyla informed them about the true nature of the Key of Osanalan: it was a fictional object that Ruwan and his brother, James, created for their childhood games. Ackerson and Tyla were escorted to an underground base in the old sewers of Cleveland. There, they met Sergeant Twyker and devised a plan to deceive the Covenant. Despite Myras' objections, Ruwan volunteered for this mission. He was injected with Tykos 30, an organic tracking compound, which allowed the UNSC to destroy Harbinger of Piety, the flagship of the invading Covenant forces.

After Ruwan's death, Myras Tyla was sent to a UNSC relief camp in Akron, Ohio, were she began to compose a song dedicated to him.[4]

Trivia[edit]

Myras Tyla was composing a song called Dead Flowers before the Covenant invaded Earth.[5]

List of appearances[edit]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ Halo: Uprising, Issue 1
  2. ^ Halo: Uprising, Issue 1
  3. ^ a b Halo: Uprising, Issue 2
  4. ^ Halo: Uprising, Issue 4
  5. ^ Halo: Uprising, ("I never finished "Dead Flowers." It could have been the one. It could have been my "Juli Nights.")