Jericho VII

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Jericho VII
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Astrographical

System:

Lambda Serpentis system[1]

Orbiting:

Lambda Serpentis[1]

Orbital position:

Seventh planet[1]

Moon(s):

Four[1]

Societal

Species:

Humans[1]

Government:

Unified Earth Government[1]

 

Jericho VII, also known as Eremus,[2] was a lightly populated human colony world located in the Lambda Serpentis system, orbited by four silver-colored moons. Governed by the Unified Earth Government, the world contained a biosphere suitable for human life, characterized by vast green oceans and rolling plains of palm grass.[1]

History[edit]

During the Insurrection, the Freedom League fought for independence against the Unified Earth Government and its military.[3] In 2525, Spartan-IIs were dispatched to Jericho VII to suppress the insurrectionists,[4] as was the 10th Shock Troops Battalion of the Orbital Drop Shock Troopers, who battled rebels on Jericho VII for over 131 days.[5] The Spartans effectively helped to quell rebellion on the planet, cutting through the leadership of the Freedom League.[3][6]

During the Human-Covenant War, Jericho VII was found and attacked by the Covenant as early as 2532.[7] The planet was glassed via orbital bombardment in the final stages of the Battle of Jericho VII in 2535. At the end of the battle, John-117 asked Captain de Blanc for permission to watch Jericho VII being glassed. A large number of orphans from this planet enlisted for the SPARTAN-III program, among them Owen-B096.[8] Five years following the planet's fall, UNSC forces returned to the planet in Operation: GUARDIAN LANCE and recovered several Covenant artifacts that would later be studied in SWORD Base on Reach.[9]

Economy[edit]

Jericho VII had been known as the sole producer of Alt Burgundy, a fine alcoholic beverage.[10]

Notable residents[edit]

List of appearances[edit]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Halo: The Fall of Reach, p. 8 (2001); p. 22 (2010)
  2. ^ Halo Waypoint: Discovery Dispatch
  3. ^ a b c Halo: Silent Storm, Chapter 6
  4. ^ Halo: The Fall of Reach, p. 103 (2001); p. 125 (2010)
  5. ^ Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, Part 1
  6. ^ Halo: Silent Storm, Chapter 16
  7. ^ Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, p. 70
  8. ^ a b Halo: Battle Born, Chapter 17
  9. ^ Halo: Reach, multiplayer map, "Sword Base"
  10. ^ alt_burgundy.ogg
  11. ^ Halo Waypoint: Jameson Locke