Divine Whisper

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Divine Whisper
Ship history
The Fleet Battles/Halo 5: Guardians Covenant Icon made in the style of HN. Covenant


Divine Whisper


Intrusion corvette


Flotilla of Unsung Piety


Destroyed in combat over Netherop on June 7, 2526[1]


Shipmaster Yey 'Mootasee[2]

General characteristics

Maneuver drive:

Repulsor engine[3]

Slipspace drive:



  • 14+ crewmembers[3]



Electronic warfare:

Active camouflage[3]


Air wing:

Multiple breaching carapaces[6]


Divine Whisper was an intrusion corvette formerly of the Covenant, later stolen and aligned with the mutineer Flotilla of Unsung Piety.[2]

Service history[edit]

Divine Whisper was one of the several stealth ships of the Flotilla of Unsung Piety, and was co-opted by Fleetmaster Nizat 'Kvarosee following his "reassignment" by the Hierarchs in mid-2526 - with shipmaster Yey 'Mootasee given command of the vessel. On June 7 of that year, the ship (alongside the rest of the flotilla) engaged in the Battle of Netherop. Early in the battle, Divien Whisper picked up the signature of a United Nations Space Command D75-TC/r Pelican dropship suddenly emerging into orbit around the planet, leading Nizat to correctly deduce the presence of the prowler UNSC Night Watch.[2]

The ship was one of the many of the fleet that was destroyed in the fighting between the flotilla, the Covenant's Fleet of Swift Justice and the UNSC's Task Force Pantea, with only Silent Truth and Quiet Faith able to escape the carnage.[1]

List of appearances[edit]


  1. ^ a b Halo: Oblivion, chapter 21: The Helios Ultra mentions that only Silent Truth and Quiet Faith survived the battle, meaning Divine Whisper was destroyed.
  2. ^ a b c Halo: Oblivion, chapter 5
  3. ^ a b c Halo: Silent Storm, chapter 12
  4. ^ a b c Halo: Silent Storm, chapter 14
  5. ^ a b Halo: Silent Storm, chapter 15
  6. ^ Halo: Oblivion, chapter 11