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One One Se7en

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This article contains information about a fan-made subject that is not considered a part of the official Halo universe.
Stuntmutt's depiction of the Master Chief.

One One Se7en is a Halo-themed webcomic written by Stuntmutt. It is currently hosted by halo.bungie.org.

Description[edit]

First published on June 22, 2003, it has since grown to become a staple of the Halo community, easily recognized by its distinctive portrayal of the Master Chief and other Halo characters. Stuntmutt posted the last One One Se7en on March 3, 2008.

Over the years, One One Se7en has had many crossovers with other webcomics, but so far it remains the most easily recognized and popular one, even after its ending. Stuntmutt submitted a new One One Se7en every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Games[edit]

There are several One One Se7en themed Flash games created by the long-time halo.bungie.org member Boll. A game titled "Warthog Launch", which was also included in the bonus disk that came with the Limited and Legendary Editions of Halo 3[1][2] and "CrazyBOLL",[3] a side-scrolling game that was used in a HBO-hosted contest for access codes for the Halo: Reach Multiplayer Beta.[4]

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