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Misriah Armory



Two main engines housed in middle section of ship, ten maneuvering thrusters housed in four vector pylons

Slipspace drive:



Reactive camouflage

Service information

Known commanders:




Evan Phillips: "Some obscure Russian hero?"
Black-Box: "Buy One, Get One Free."
Evan Phillips: "Ah. Nothing like a dose of gravitas."
Black-Box and Evan Phillips' exchange regarding the name of the new dropship.[1]

Bogof (short for Buy One, Get One Free) is an upgraded Pelican dropship attached to the UNSC Port Stanley.[1] It largely resembles a normal Pelican apart from its stealth coating and increased height due to the slipspace drive mounted amidships.[2]

Operational history[edit]

Bogof served as Port Stanley's spare Pelican starting in April 2553. Lian Devereaux and Naomi-010 went to Anchor 10 with the Huragok Requires Adjustment to upgrade the Pelican with systems similar to Tart-Cart for use with Port Stanley, with upgrades including a slipspace drive, cloaking measures and extended communications and electronic warfare capabilities. However during the upgrade Malcolm Geffen and Vasily Beloi were captured by the militia on Venezia and the team was forced to take Bogof with them.[3] Naomi piloted Bogof to Stuttgart armory where she exfiltrated Mal. Shortly following this, Bogof was remote-controlled by Black-Box who took Vaz and Staffan Sentzke to the Covenant battlecruiser Pious Inquisitor, and subsequently transported Vaz back to Port Stanley.[4]

List of appearances[edit]


  1. ^ a b Halo: Mortal Dictata, pages 292-293
  2. ^ Halo Mortal Dictata, page 341
  3. ^ Halo Mortal Dictata, pages 258-259
  4. ^ Halo Mortal Dictata, page 447