There would be mant AI glitchs if they did not remove it. user:halo101
i removed the reference of species on the infinite succor being sentient. there is no proof that all the animals on the ship were sentient. or any at all. it is probable the flood simply used them as biomass for warrior units. considering the combative nature of the animals they probably just wanted the mass and giants claws.
Ive got this game but have not noticed any. Are they in it?
They aren't in any games. They only appear in the books.
Shouldn't the category be changed since the Thorn Beast made official appearances in Halo: Contact Harvest and even mentioned in an event summary in the Halo Wars Timeline? I think someone should take it out of the Deleted Content category. --RadicalEdward2 21:41, 25 August 2009 (UTC) The reason for it being in the deleted catergory is because it was cut from Halo Wars not from any canon things. EDIT: It was in a Halo Wars timeline event? Which one? --Sgt.T.N.Biscuits 02:57, October 21, 2009 (UTC)
Flood Thrasher Form?
Not saying that it is nor am I trying to merge it but I am here to tell you some similarities to the Flood Thrasher Form because the way they look is similar; they both have thorns on their backs. Making it quite possible that the Thrasher Form is an Infected thorn beasts. Cally99117|9:12, 3 May, 2010}}
I really don't think the Thrasher is a Thorn Beast. The part of the Trasher that is animal has grey-ish skin and has more of a gorilla-like posture and shape (large upper body and arms and smaller lower body and legs), if anything it's an [Arctic Beast]. Plus those thorns on it's back you are referring to are not thorns they are tentacles of the flood and they are not at the same position the thorns would be if it were a Thorn Beast. -18.104.22.168 22:39, May 3, 2010 (UTC)
- You don't know the differences when any type of life form is infected; it changes dramatically. Cally99117|8:25, 4 May, 2010}}