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This article is about the Mjolnir variant. For other uses, see Warrior.
The helmet features a classic, full-plated helmet system. The suit has lightweight narrow design ceramic armor that increases mobility. A collar-outlet for swift component modularity. The suit also has hollow-plate pauldrons (73-G9) that increase speed.
The Warrior helmet's robust design protects an elegant combination of sensors and computing clusters that are fully interoperable with all Mjolnir derivatives. The Warrior armor's dual-channel gel layer can disperse kinetic and thermal energy quickly and efficiently while preserving mobility.
Tested at the Damascus Materials Testing Facility on Chi Ceti IV, the final production run of Warrior is the most pervasively distributed Mjolnir armor system currently in production. Streamlined to improve the wearer's speed and agility, the variant's architecture leverages intelligence from Covenant encounters to improve overall design and execution.
Halo 3 MCC
In the Halo: The Master Chief Collection version of Halo 3, the Warrior variant was added as part of Season 5: Anvil content. With the updated Halo 3 armor customization options, the players can now fit their Spartan with Warrior helmet, chest, shoulders, forearms and legs. The description of the armor pieces are the same for each other. The Warrior set found in this depiction uses the RECRUIT forearms and RG-63 Counter leg models.
Warrior was first introduced into the Halo games as an armor set in Halo 4. In pre-release media for the game, the set was often depicted as the main armor used by Spartans, including the Red vs. Blue PSAs Save the Date and Remember To Not Forget. The armor has one available skin; Matrix (MTRX).
Halo 5: Guardians
Available skins: Blade, Helm, and Shield
In Halo 5: Guardians due to the "Body" having a predefined customisation this armor set permanently has the following parts from Halo 4:
Halo 4 skins
Halo 5: Guardians skins
List of appearances