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HIVEMIND-class Mjolnir

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Hivemind
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Production overview

Testing site(s):

ANVIL Station[1]

Type:

MJOLNIR Powered Assault Armor[1]

Role(s):

Flood containment

 
"ANVIL Station is the ideal equipment testing environment for Spartans tasked with eliminating localized Flood infestations."
— Official description[1]

HIVEMIND-class Mjolnir is an experimental variant of MJOLNIR Powered Assault Armor, which was approved for testing on ANVIL Station.[1]

Overview[edit]

Development history[edit]

HIVEMIND is an armor set intended for use by Spartan personnel assigned to Flood containment operations. It was tested at ANVIL Station, which was considered an ideal testing ground for such equipment.[1][2]

In-game information[edit]

The Hivemind armor set was first introduced into Halo 3's MCC port along with eleven other new armor sets, as part of Season 5: Anvil. It was never available in Halo 3 for Xbox 360.[3] The set is one of six which do not have any associated forerarm armor.

Piece Description Unlock requirements (Halo 3) Unlock requirements (Halo: MCC)
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Helmet
ANVIL Station is the ideal equipment testing environment for Spartans tasked with eliminating localized Flood infestations. N/A (MCC-exclusive) Season 5 Tier 64, Season point 1
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Chest
Season 5 Tier 41, Season point 1
HTMCC H3 Hivemind LShoulder Icon.pngHTMCC H3 Suture RShoulder Icon.png
Shoulders
Season 5 Tier 59, Season point 1
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Legs
Season 5 Tier 67, Season point 1

Production notes[edit]

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The HIVEMIND armor set was originally created as a useable armor permutation for Halo Online, a cancelled Halo 3-derived multiplayer game developed by Saber Interactive and Innova Systems which was intended to be released exclusively in Russia for the PC. After the game's cancellation in 2016, the armor was one of twelve sets introduced to Halo 3 in The Master Chief Collection as part of the game's fifth season in 2021.[citation needed]

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List of appearances[edit]

  • Halo 3 (First appearance; Halo: The Master Chief Collection only)

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