ARGUS-class Mjolnir

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Argus
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Production overview

Manufacturer(s):

Watershed Division[1]

Type:

MJOLNIR (GEN1)

MJOLNIR (GEN2)

Role(s):

Situational and threat awareness

Technical specifications

Feature(s):

  • Passive cyberintrusion software
  • Novel sensor cueing and filtering
  • Battlenet control node
  • Hardware-accelerated cyberlink connections
 

ARGUS-class Mjolnir is a MJOLNIR armor variant designed by the Office of Naval Intelligence's Watershed Division.[1]

GEN1 Information[edit]

Development history[edit]

In October 2552 a Mark VI version of the armor was available.[2]

Usage[edit]

When the Spartan-IIs received their Mark VI Mjolnir armor in October 2552, Linda-058 was outfitted with the Argus variant.[2]

GEN2 Information[edit]

Overview[edit]

The GEN2 Argus-class armor is the most advanced human-centric information fusion system ever placed in a mobile platform. It has a sophisticated battlenet control node that provides situation and threat awareness in all environments. Argus-class Mjolnir also has highly advanced cyberlink connections and cyberintrusion software that helps it collect information.[3][1]

Development history[edit]

The GEN2 variant was being developed by the Watershed Division.[1]

Usage[edit]

As of 2558 Linda-058 wears the GEN2 Argus suit.[1]

In-game information[edit]

Halo 5: Guardians[edit]

Unlock: Mythic REQ card

  • Helmet Description: ARGUS helmets feature the most advanced human-centric information fusion systems ever placed in a mobile combat platform. Combines passive cyberintrusion software with novel sensor cueing and filtering.
  • Body Description: The ARGUS suit's sophisticated battlenet control node provides situational and threat awareness in all environments, as well as hardware-accelerated cyberlink connections for intelligence collection networks.

Available skins: Arestor
Arestor Unlock: Mythic REQ card

Trivia[edit]

  • The ARGUS-class MJOLNIR is named after Argus Panoptes, an all-seeing giant with one hundred eyes. This could also compliment the helmet's design, as it appears to have multiple types of optical equipment attached to it.
  • The Arestor skin is named after Argus' father.

Gallery[edit]

Normal Gallery[edit]

Armor Skins[edit]

List of appearances[edit]

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Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Halo Waypoint: Canon Fodder 6/12/2015: Conventional Warfare
  2. ^ a b Halo 2: Anniversary - Terminal Unyielding
  3. ^ Halo 5: Guardians - Armory description