Ghost of Barolon

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Ghost of Barolon
The Ghost of Barolon in the map Prism, based on alt text on Halo Waypoint.
The Ghost of Barolon over the skies of Suban.
Ship history
HP Banished Icon.png Banished


Banished dreadnought[1]



Naval architect:

Irusk Workshop[1]


Shipmaster Orna 'Fulsamee[2]

General characteristics




2,665 meters (8,743 ft)[1]


127 million tonnes[1]

Maneuver drive:

Three repulsor engines[3]



Carrying capacity up to "Over ten thousand warriors"[1]


Air wing:


The Ghost of Barolon is a Banished dreadnought designed by Irusk Workshop.[1]

Operational history[edit]

The Ghost of Barolon was named after a feature of Doisac, part of a practice commemorating what was lost during the Great Immolation. The ship's name would take new meaning after the Razing of Oth Sonin.[1]

Sicatt Workshop technicians stationed on the Ghost of Barolon would break ground with the Sicatt Workshop shock rifle; achieving a robust production run that could also be charged and maintained at local outposts.[5] A member of the Workshop's Alchemy Corps who was stationed on the ship, Vulcus, would push the design concept of the rifle further.[6]

Following the battle at Netherop in late 2559, the Ghost of Barolon was deployed to Suban to study the blamite crystals on the moon.[6] The Ghost of Barolon was still at Suban when a battle broke out there against the Swords of Sanghelios in 2560.[4][7]

List of appearances[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Halo Encyclopedia (2022 edition), page 462
  2. ^ Halo: Battle for the Blood-Moon
  3. ^ Halo Infinite, Dreadnought in-game model
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h Halo Waypoint - Halo Infinite, Reckoning Intel (Retrieved on Nov 14, 2023) [local archive] [external archive]
  5. ^ Halo Encyclopedia (2022 edition), page 477
  6. ^ a b Halo Waypoint - Games, Canon Fodder: Fly Me to the Blood-Moon (Retrieved on Nov 20, 2023) [archive]
  7. ^ Halo Infinite, multiplayer map Prism