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The Hanging Gardens[1] were natural environment modules on the Covenant holy city High Charity.

It can be assumed that both Hanging Gardens were destroyed when the Flood invaded High Charity, or if not, it is certain that they were destroyed along with High Charity at the end of the Human-Covenant War.

Gardens A

Hanging Gardens A[1] was one of the two known natural environment modules that both the Covenant Loyalists and the Covenant Separatists tried to take control of.

During the first hours of the Great Schism, both the Covenant Separatists and the Loyalists tried to take the gardens. Spec Ops Sangheili and Unggoy dueled with Jiralhanae for control of the garden. Later on, two Sangheili Rangers came to assist the Separatist cause.

The area, although fairly small, was rather complicated. There were two hills on each side, and only one way to get to them. It was sometimes a difficult to find area, especially since the area was somewhat dim. In addition, there is a Kig-yar Sniper on the immediate right, which might be hard to spot.[2]

It can be assumed that the Hanging Gardens were destroyed when the Flood invaded High Charity, or if not, it is certain that they were destroyed along with the rest of High Charity at the end of the Human-Covenant War in the city's destruction on Installation 00.

Gardens B

Hanging Gardens B[1] was one of the two known natural environment modules that both the Covenant Loyalists and the Covenant Separatists tried to take control of.

During the first hours of the Great Schism, the Covenant Separatists invaded, but were attacked by Jiralhanae. All the Sangheili were slaughtered in the heated combat. John-117 arrived just in time to see two berserking Jiralhanae massacre the retreating Unggoy. John-117 killed them all.

It can be assumed that the Hanging Gardens were destroyed when the Flood invaded High Charity, or if not, it is almost certain that they were destroyed along with the rest of High Charity at the end of the Human-Covenant War.

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