Kill from the Grave
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Kill from the Grave (Death from the Grave in Halo 3 and Halo 3: ODST, and From the Grave in Halo 5: Guardians and Halo Infinite) in is a medal awarded in multiplayer, campaign, Firefight and Spartan Ops to a player who kills an opponent after they themselves have died. As this medal is awarded, a message appears on the screen, saying "You killed (player) from the grave". Unlike earlier games, in Halo 5: Guardians the medal is also announced by the multiplayer announcer.
In Halo 3 through Halo: Reach, the medal is represented by a platinum eight-pointed star with a face without a mouth in the center of a silver six-pointed star. In Halo 4 and The Master Chief Collection the star is also placed atop a blue circle and grey cross. In Halo Infinite, the star is replaced by a gravestone shadowed by two other gravestones on a green (Common-rarity) skill border.
The medal most often occurs from a grenade (more commonly Plasma Grenades) or Needler rounds detonating after the player's death, or a slow moving projectile such as a rocket making contact with a foe after the player who shot the rocket is killed. In Halo: Reach it is also possible to earn numerous Kill from the Grave medals with the Target Locator in campaign and Firefight. It appears to occur frequently in Halo 4 in case of near-simultaneous kills (e.g. melee duels or Shotgun/Scattershot duels). In Halo 5: Guardians the medal will be earned in Warzone if a player injures another player, dies, and then that other player is finished off by an AI marine, Covenant or Forerunner.
- Prior to the shutdown of Xbox 360 Halo online services on January 13, 2022, if a player scored two "Death from the Grave" medals in a single online match on the Halo 3 map Orbital, would unlock the Post Mortem achievement.
- Prior to the shutdown, earning a Double Kill from the Grave in a Halo: Reach matchmaking game would unlock the Totally Worth It achievement.