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Bolroci Workshop Chopper

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This article is about the Banished Chopper introduced in Halo Infinite. For other Chopper variants, see here.
Bolroci Workshop Attack Bike
A transparent image of the Halo Infinite Banished Chopper
Production information

Manufacturer:

Bolroci Workshop[1]

Product line:

Chopper

Model:

Banished Chopper

Technical specifications

Engine(s):

Boosted gravity propulsion drive

Armament:

Crew:

One pilot[1]

Usage

In service:

Post-Covenant War conflicts[1]

Affiliation:

 

The Bolroci Workshop Attack Bike is a modified and retrofitted Covenant Chopper employed by the Banished during the conflict on Installation 07 in 2560.[1]

Overview[edit]

Design details[edit]

The Bolroci Workshop Chopper is a design by Bolroci Workshop that utilized the shared knowledge of six disparate Jiralhanae clans.[1] Hyperius's Chopper uses gold plating in place of the Banished plating and deploys energy blades on the front and sides when boosting it.

Weapons[edit]

This variant of Banished Chopper is equipped much like the standard variation, with twin cannons.[1]

Usage[edit]

The Bolroci Workshop Chopper is used by the Banished occupation fleet led by Escharum.[1]

Service history[edit]

Battle for Installation 07[edit]

Main article: Battle for Installation 07

The Banished made use of this Chopper variant as they fought the United Nations Space Command for control of Installation 07 in 2560.[1] Hyperius made use of a variant of this Chopper called the Catalus Chopper.[2]

Production notes[edit]

During Season 01: Heroes of Reach of Halo Infinite the Chopper was glitched and could not destroy other vehicles by ramming, instead only doing damage while stationary or moving slowly. This was later fixed in Season 02: Lone Wolves.

Gallery[edit]

Concept art[edit]

Screenshots[edit]

List of appearances[edit]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Halo Waypoint, Canon Fodder - Showcase Sensitive (Retrieved on Jun 16, 2021) [archive]
  2. ^ Halo Infinite, campaign level Pelican Down