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Untitled story (Halo: Fractures)

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This untitled story is the last story in Halo: Fractures: Extraordinary Tales from the Halo Canon. Written by Jeremy Patenaude[1], the story takes place after the events shown in Promises to Keep and reveals the fates of Bornstellar Makes Eternal Lasting and Chant-to-Green.

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The short opens on a father watching his son work on a small farm. The father describes the homestead and the planet. It nears sundown, and the fathers wife joins him in watching the twin suns pass behind a gas giant. The boy joins the two, and asks of the father a story of the halos. The father vaguely recounts a story of a great warrior who captures the commander, his old enemy, of a halo ring, bringing him to justice - for a time (referring to background events in Halo: Primordium). When his wife and child go to sleep, plagued by memories of the Halos, he travels to his old ship on top of a mountain - the Audacity - and enters. He looks at his old armor, where it is revealed by a bearing in the armor that he is Bornstellar-Makes-Eternal-Lasting.

It concludes that, although the armor and weapons could have kept him alive indefinitely, he chooses not to wear them, instead living his days out naturally. All forerunners made this decision - to live their lives out naturally, separated from one another so that they, as a species, would die out.







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