Talk:Eleventh Hour reports

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I suggest to rename this article to "Eleventh Hour" since the reports are classified as such. Two more to go. — subtank 12:49, 26 October 2012 (EDT)

Yeah, I agree. The current name seems too vague.--Spartacus TalkContribs 13:15, 27 October 2012 (EDT)
Indeed, Codename SURGEON's Post War Analysis sounds like a really terrible indie rock band name. Grizzlei
Agreed with renaming it as well, though I can see "Eleventh Hour" being a band name too. Tuckerscreator(stalk) 17:26, 27 October 2012 (EDT)
Halopedia itself sounds like a garage-band name. I agree, actually.... nah, yeah I agree. -Killjax (talk | contribs)
If I had a choice, I would

Bigger text[edit]

Is there any way to make the text on the documents bigger? The same goes for the 'Reach Data Drops.--The All-knowing Sith'ari 14:47, 26 October 2012 (EDT)

Seems like this is affecting Webkit users. Fixing now.— subtank 21:41, 27 October 2012 (EDT)

Report 4 and Primordium[edit]

It seems fairly clear that the fourth report serves as a summary of the events leading up to, and during, the modern-day portion of Halo: Primordium. The events described clearly follow the same pattern; "They brought back a severely damaged armature" is what sets the events in motion, "Initially, there was a strong suspicion of this armature’s origin, but local science teams undertook an aggressive node cultivation process to withdraw data from the device and determine, with veracity, its actual origin" is an exact summary of what happens in the present-day segments throughout the novel and "All communications with the UNSC RUBICON halted within 48 hours of their last notice" is obviously after Spark takes control of the ship.

It appears that the purpose of the report is to clarify that the Guilty Spark interrogated by the science team was actually the one encountered in the games and not a duplicate discovered in a different location - indeed, the monitor being a duplicate wasn't even stated with certainty in Primordium. Plus, this gives us a few extra details, such as the name of the science team's ship (UNSC Rubicon). --Jugus (Talk | Contribs) 04:37, 2 November 2012 (EDT)


Is it reasonable to assume that these reports and the events they detail took place between 2553 and 2557, for dating purposes in articles?--The All-knowing Sith'ari 14:18, 3 November 2012 (EDT)

I would assume so. These are mere after action reports detailing post-war circumstances. Details that correspond to the release of Halo 4, so it makes sense. -Killjax (talk | contribs)
Since the last report hints that the Composer was found, and that an audio log in Halo 4 says the personal of Ivanoff Station has been studying the Composer since at least December 15th, 2554, I think these documents (along with the "modern-day" portion of Primordium) are set between March 2553 and December 2554). --They're coming. They're hungry. (talk) 16:40, 25 June 2013 (EDT)

More articles![edit]

I see numerous primary nouns used in the text of these information packets, such as possible Kig-Yar colonies. However vague the information, we should have individual pages for these. Chris talk 21:13, 12 December 2012 (EST)

A few issues[edit]

Hi just a couple of things I noticed but wasn't really sure what to do about them. Down the bottom the page mentions a Data Drop released in the build up to Glasslands. It links to the Data Drops from the lead up to CEA. Is there a page for the Glasslands drop or should a new one be created? Also, the page for Song of the East features the Data Drops as a source however, it makes more sense that these would be the source or am I missing something?--Soul reaper (talk) 12:39, 21 February 2013 (EST)

Anyone?--Soul reaper (talk) 10:54, 25 February 2013 (EST)
There's only one data drop. It was used to promote Glasslands, but it came out during the lead-up to Anniversary. As for Song of the East, Data Drop Part 5 lists the Halcyon class' post-refit power plant, dimensions, armor, and armament. --Courage never dies. (talk) 11:28, 25 February 2013 (EST)


On the Vector skin, the stuff in the tabs is white text against a white background-i.e. unreadable unless you highlight it.--D9328 (talk) 09:43, 9 February 2019 (EST)d9328

Fixed. — subtank 09:50, 9 February 2019 (EST)