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Abandon

Attached Image: 192.168.1.104www-image3.png Initial surveys of Erebus VII were promising and hopeful, but the events which followed tell a far darker story.

Adrift

Attached Image: 192.168.1.104-image1111.png Now fully dedicated to supporting the war effort, this mining vessel once served the UNSC's colonization efforts.

Complex

Attached Image: 192.168.1.104-imagjjje4.png Galileo's Compartmentalized layout benefits protracted defensive stands in the unlikely event of an attack.

Erosion

Attached Image: 192.168.1.104-image5.png Sites like this allow researchers the ability the closely observe a world's inner workings prior to colonization.

Exile

Attached Image: 192.168.1.104-imageee6.png Stranded on a remote world, a handful of survivors managed to use their ship's debris to thrive long after the crash.

Haven

Attached Image: 192.168.1.ddd104-image7.png Hidden deep within the clouds, harmonic resonance platforms are believed to sustain the existence of artificial stars.

Impact

Attached Image: 192.168.1.jjj104-image8.png Collision craters rarely elicit the need for embedded teams, but the contents of this particular site demanded it.

Longbow

Attached Image: ggg.png Powerful channel-based mass drivers like these were once used to launch monitoring relays deep into space.

Meltdown

Attached Image: 192.168ddd.1.104-image10.png The catastrophic effects of this reactor's systemic breakdown will eventually rend this icy moon into pieces.

Ragnarok

Attached Image: 192.168.h1.104-image11.png Now integrated into the War Games simulation, this curiously hidden gorge was once the site of Spartan deployment.

Ravine

Attached Image: 192.167778.1.104-image12.png Seismic scans indicate that these looming citadels only hint at the enormous structure which lies beneath.

Solace

Attached Image: 192.1iii68.1.104-image13.png A testament to the Forerunners' technological prowess, this installation was designed to suspend the death of a star.

Vortex

Attached Image: s.png ONI personnel remain convinced that these ancient structures somehow harness the planet's torrential wind for power.