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Theodore Sorel

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Theodore Sorel
Sorel as he appears in the Halo Encyclopedia (2022 edition).
Biographical information

Homeworld:

Forseti[1]

Born:

August 2, 2527[1]

Died:

May 15, 2560[2]

Cause of death:

Killed by Tovarus and Hyperius[3]

Personal details

Species:

Human

Gender:

Male

Height:

211 centimetres (6 ft 11 in)[1]

Weight:

122 kilograms (269 lbs)[1]

Political and military information

Affiliation:

Spartan Operations

 

Theodore "Theo" Sorel was a SPARTAN-IV supersoldier in the United Nations Space Command. He was a special weapons expert.[2]

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

Born on Forseti on August 2, 2527, Sorel was raised largely insulated from the horrors of war, instead excelling in music in his younger years. As early successes began to expose him to a wider audience, and the realities that most other UEG citizens were faced with, Sorel decided to completely change the course of his life. A successful military career culminated in an invitation to the SPARTAN-IV program.[4]

Installation 07[edit]

Main article: Battle for Zeta Halo

On December 12, 2559, Spartan Theodore Sorel was onboard UNSC Infinity when it was ambushed by Banished forces upon arrival at Installation 07. As the Infinity fell to the Banished assault, Sorel was leading marines, including Private Chamberlain and Private First Class Miyazaki in repelling Banished boarders. Upon hearing Captain Thomas Lasky’s orders to evacuate, Sorel led the marines to the hangar bay for evacuation.[5]

Sorel and his marines made landfall on the surface of Installation 07, but their aircraft Oscar 128 was downed in Banished-occupied territory. Having lost uplink to UNSC command, Sorel and the marines were forced to hold their position after being spotted by Banished forces.[6] On the next day, Sorel and his marines witnessed an explosion causing the ring to fracture.[7] Two weeks later, on December 28, Sorel went on a recon sweep and observed the ring repairing itself, and returned to Miyazaki, stating that they were to continue sabotaging Banished operation on the ring.[8]

By March 3, 2560, Sorel has regrouped with Spartans Vedrana Makovich, Bonita Stone, and Bertold Vettel, and a few dozen marines. They decided to enact the Rubicon Protocol: stop or slow the Banished by any means necessary and keep Zeta Halo out of their control.[9] On April 24, after being told of increased Banished activity near the Reverie by Spartan Bonita Stone,[10] Sorel and Makovich observed Site Novem, a Banished excavation site south of the UNSC Mortal Reverie's crash site.[11] The two correctly deduced that Banished War Chief Escharum was searching for the Monitor of the installation, 117649 Despondent Pyre, and spent the next few weeks stalling the Banished's excavation efforts.[11]

When the Banished's excavation was completed on May 15, Sorel and Makovich infiltrated the Conservatory.[12] Inside, the two were ambushed by the Sangheili Jega 'Rdomnai, with Sorel being wounded by 'Rdomnai's surprise attack. Makovich urged Sorel to run ahead to locate the monitor, while she would fend off 'Rdomnai.[13] Makovich died in the following duel against the Sangheili,[2] while Sorel made a last stand deeper inside the facility, having killed multiple Banished troops before being killed by the Jiralhanae brothers Tovarus and Hyperius.[3] Sorel's body remained inside the Conservatory and was found on May 28 by Master Chief Petty Officer John-117, who recovered his thruster pack module.[2]

Equipment[edit]

During the Battle for Installation 07, Spartan Sorel wore the Mjolnir GEN3 Mark VII armor, employing the ISR helmet, UA/Agathius shoulder pads, and UA/Type SA knee pads. He carried a thruster module, which was inherited by John-117.[2]

Production notes[edit]

Gallery[edit]

List of appearances[edit]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Halo Encyclopedia (2022 edition), page 103
  2. ^ a b c d e Halo Infinite, campaign level Conservatory
  3. ^ a b Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Scattered #09 - Killers
  4. ^ Halo Encyclopedia (2022 edition), page 103
  5. ^ Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Evacuation #02 - Home Defense
  6. ^ Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Ringfall #01 - Enemy Territory
  7. ^ Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Ringfall #06 - Asunder
  8. ^ Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Reverie #04 - On the Mend
  9. ^ Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Scattered #01 - Rubicon Protocol
  10. ^ Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Scattered #02 - What Lies Beneath
  11. ^ a b Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Scattered #04 - The Prize
  12. ^ Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Scattered #07 - Infiltration
  13. ^ Halo Infinite, Spartan Audio log: Scattered #08 - The Assassin
  14. ^ Halo Infinite, credits