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RHINE-class Mjolnir

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Rhine
Front
HTMCC H3 Rhine Crop.png
Rear
HTMCC H3 Rhine Crop Back.png
Production overview

Testing site(s):

ANVIL Station[1]

Type:

MJOLNIR Powered Assault Armor[2]

 
Even the most carefully crafted tool of destruction requires field-testing to refine and sharpen.[2]

RHINE-class Mjolnir is an experimental variant of MJOLNIR Powered Assault Armor.[2]

Overview[edit]

Development history[edit]

The RHINE armor was developed in the skunkworks departments of ANVIL Station.[1] RHINE-class was extensively field tested, despite the level of craftsmanship that went into its design.[2]

In-game information[edit]

Halo 3[edit]

The Rhine armor set was first introduced into Halo 3's MCC port along with six other new armor sets, as an Exchange-exclusive armor set in Season 6: Raven. It was never available in Halo 3 for Xbox 360.[3]

Piece Description Unlock requirements (Halo 3) Unlock requirements (Halo: MCC)
HTMCC H3 Rhine Helmet Icon.png
Helmet
Even the most carefully crafted tool of destruction requires field-testing to refine and sharpen. N/A (MCC-exclusive) Season 6: Raven, Purchase in The Exchange (Season point 20)
HTMCC H3 Rhine Chest Icon.png
Chest
Crop of the H3 Rhine shoulders, to substitute a lack of images in the files.Crop of the H3 Rhine shoulders, to substitute a lack of images in the files.
Shoulders
Crop of the H3 Rhine arms, to substitute a lack of images in the files.
Forearms
HTMCC H3 Rhine Legs Icon.png
Legs

Production notes[edit]

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The RHINE armor set was originally created as an 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 - though the set ultimately never made it into any of the game's public playable builds or files. After the game's cancellation in 2016, the armor was partially redesigned and included as one of six sets added to Halo 3 in The Master Chief Collection as part of the game's sixth season in 2021 as an Exchange exclusive armor set for 20 season points.[4]

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List of appearances[edit]

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

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