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Combat support, defense, heavy weapons experts
Unggoy combat harness
Jul 'Mdama's Covenant
These Unggoy are used to engage high-tier enemies through the use of augmented armor, explosives such as the Type-33 fuel rod gun and Type-58 fuel rod cannon. This class is composed of experienced and formidable Unggoy warriors, who are often fully capable of engaging light armed vehicles effectively. Unggoy of this role are rarely encountered on the battlefield though.
Banished Unggoy Heavies were heavily augmented by machinery on Installation 00. Like their Covenant counterparts they focus on heavy weapon use such as Type-33 fuel rod guns and Methane Wagons' plasma cannons. The Banished Unggoy Heavies are led by the Shadow Master of Buwan.
The original Unggoy Heavies wore distinctive sage-green armor, typically with a full-face methane breather and a cylindrical methane tank on their back, similar to the Unggoy Ultra. Their armor provided significantly more protection that that of an Unggoy Minor or Major but it wasn't nearly as strong as an Ultra's or a Special Operations Unggoys in terms of durability.
Slim-stock tank harness
The Heavies of Jul 'Mdama's Covenant wear a helmet with full-face protective rebreathers, enhanced optical sensors with optics articulators, and ultra-dense battle harnesses that has a slim-stock tank with analog eye sockets of Unggoy predators. The harness is issued in orange, blue, silver, green, and magenta. The combat harness also allows for the Heavies to use the methane tank as a makeshift thruster pack, allowing for easy access in various terrains.
- The only time a non-Heavy Unggoy is seen deploying a plasma turret is in Halo 2 at the beginning of the level The Arbiter where a Special Operations Unggoy is carrying one. This is because the only Unggoy allies encountered in the level are Special Operations units.
- In Halo 3, if a Heavy panics while carrying an undeployed plasma turret, it will wave the turret around in the air with only one hand. This is because Unggoy usually use small single-handed weapons, and no separate animation was created for Unggoy Heavies using turrets.
- Unggoy Heavies are classified as Special Operations Unggoy in Firefight, whereas Unggoy Ultras are simply classed as regular Unggoy. Actual Special Operations Unggoy are only seen manning the side-mounted plasma turrets on the Phantoms. Something similar happens in Halo 4, where Unggoy Heavies are classified as Ultras by the Commendations along with some other enemies who have also been mislabeled.
- In Halo: Reach campaign level ONI: Sword Base, Unggoy Heavies are seen with plasma rifles on higher difficulties.
Two variants of the Unggoy Heavy in Halo 4.
A blue-armored Unggoy Heavy aboard the UNSC Forward Unto Dawn.
An Unggoy Heavy in Halo 5: Guardians.
Concept art of an Unggoy Heavy for Halo Wars 2.
Blitz card of Unggoy Heavies in Halo Wars 2.
An army of Unggoy Heavies attack a T-26 Wraith and Skitterers.
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List of appearances
- Halo 2 (First appearance)
- Halo 3
- Halo 3: ODST
- Halo Legends
- Halo: Reach
- Halo 4
- Halo: Escalation
- Halo 2: Anniversary
- Halo 5: Guardians
- Halo: Ground Command
- Halo Wars 2
- ^ Halo Wars 2
- ^ Halo: The Essential Visual Guide, page 87
- ^ Halo Encyclopedia, pages 142-143
- ^ a b Halo 4
- ^ a b Halo 5: Guardians
- ^ a b Halo 4 Interactive Guide - Enemies: Covenant - Grunt Heavy
- ^ Halo Waypoint - Haze of Glory
- ^ Halo: Reach