User:Iota Eta Pi

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Sci-fi/action. Ex. Avatar, Inception, Transformers, etc.


Sci-fi/comedy. Ex. Warehouse 13, Wilfred, The Boondocks, etc.


Screamo, metal, rock. Ex. Black Veil Brides, Disturbed, Sleeping with Sirens, etc.

Video games

Halo: Combat Evolved, 2, 3, ODST, Wars & Reach; Red Dead Redemption; Portal 1 & 2; Super Smash Bros. Brawl; Modern Warfare 2; Assassins' Creed: Brotherhood.

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Favorite Halo moment

Watching Noble Six sacrifice himself so the Master Chief, Jacob Keys and the rest of the Pillar of Autumn's crew can survive.

Worst Halo moment

No. Nope. Sorry, not possible.

Anything else

I am co-founder of a clan in Halo: Reach called Omega Company. We are small but that's all we need. We're primarily focused around Grifball and need two new positions, both Tank/Defender Hybrids. The four Grifball positions are listed below, taken directly from

Trick Runner: This is the guy who carries the ball and is responsible for scoring. It's also his job to function as a quarterback for the team and make callouts for his teammates. A vocal runner is usually much more successful than one who is not.

Tanks: A tanks job is really quite simple: plow through everything in their way and create a path for the runner. Most tanks prefer to use their hammer the majority of the time, however there are some tanks that rely on the sword. They would be referred to as Sword Tanks. Tanks are also responsible for keeping the opposing team's defenders busy, causing them to lose track of the ball.

Hybrids: A Hybrid is basically a jack of all trades. They're capable of doing whatever is necessary to get the job done, whether it be tanking, running or defending. Many teams now assemble themselves primarily with Hybrids, allowing them to field much more versatile line-ups.

Defenders: A defender's number one job is to keep track of the opposing team's runner and do whatever it takes to not allow them to score. These will be the players who stay back behind their teammates, shadow the opposing team's runner, make callouts and sniff out launches.

Email me at if you would like to join or have any questions. The group can be found here:

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