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@  DoctorB77 : (19 June 2019 - 11:52 AM) Oh. I found it. Gems
@  DoctorB77 : (19 June 2019 - 11:42 AM) Hey, this place's youtube channel still alive?
@  Halo6 Follower : (19 June 2019 - 08:21 AM) Time flies!
@  Filch_Is_A_H... : (19 June 2019 - 06:48 AM) The fact that in 2 months I signed up to this website 7 years ago, scares me. :sweat:
@  343iBot : (18 June 2019 - 10:31 PM) Welcome to the forums, samtyler! :welcome: View samtyler's Profile
@  RedStarRocket91 : (18 June 2019 - 02:40 PM) Because the entire match always just descends into two teams each camping a power spot, occasionally leaning out to poke at each other across the map
@  RedStarRocket91 : (18 June 2019 - 02:40 PM) It's why Halo 2 is such an awful game the moment you put BR spawns on
@  RedStarRocket91 : (18 June 2019 - 02:39 PM) Halo 3 is by far the best Halo in terms of map movement, simply because you can actually move around the map
@  RedStarRocket91 : (18 June 2019 - 02:39 PM) I've said it before and I'll say it again, the reason Halo 3 was such a good game is because of bullet travel time
@  Drizzy_Dan : (18 June 2019 - 10:22 AM) Yea the arena feel and movement style of the original trilogy was unique. I think the changes that we saw in competitive Halo 5 gave it a unique feel as well since they took out loadouts and such and made it into a faster moving version of Halo with more focus on manual dexterity. Anyone who could control faster and more steadily generally won the battle
@  Twinreaper : (18 June 2019 - 09:36 AM) The reason people en mass want a more Halo 3-2 feel, is because Halo was unique in the facr that it dudnt rely on gimmicky mechanics for multiplayer or start players off with a complete set of advatage/disadvantage loadouts. It was an even playing field with simple aim/shoot/strafe play, and it required more skill and tactical teamwork to pull off a victory. Clearing a room wasnt as simple as respawning with a power weapon, dropping into the enemy with a ground slam and blasting them away.
@  Drizzy_Dan : (18 June 2019 - 09:08 AM) It seems like the masses want to go back to a more classic feel ala Halo 3 and so if the multiplayer can be like the H3 Classic playlist in Halo 5 then I am all aboard
@  Drizzy_Dan : (18 June 2019 - 09:07 AM) @Zoob I agree on H5 multiplayer like I really loved it when I played and still recognize it to be one of the best. Most fun I've had and most hours I'd dedicated since Halo 3
@  Drizzy_Dan : (18 June 2019 - 09:05 AM) I can't let it go
@  Drizzy_Dan : (18 June 2019 - 09:05 AM) It's a mandatory thing
@  RedStarRocket91 : (18 June 2019 - 08:30 AM) The Bnus filter is still there?
@  Halo6 Follower : (18 June 2019 - 04:57 AM) lol
@  Buns : (18 June 2019 - 03:45 AM) hot damn
@  Buns : (18 June 2019 - 03:45 AM) Bnus
@  Buns : (18 June 2019 - 03:45 AM) Does my name still have a filter?

UncookedMoa

Member Since 19 Jan 2014
Offline Last Active Nov 15 2018 06:39 AM
Halo 4 with Marty's music? It's more likely than you think: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ppl9J-dhj4 Updated 20 Sep · 0 comments

About Me

So, I made this account back in 2014 then left. It's 2018 now. How long was I out? Four years, seven months, ten days. (I do not regret that reference.)
 
A few things of note, I have been exploring Halo modding, as well as music mixing and trailer mashups. Here are a few new noteworthy things I've been working on since returning to the Halo community:
 
EDITS:
- TBA: Halo 4 Cutscenes With Bungie Music
- TBA: Halo Yesterday Music Video
 
MUSIC MIXING:
- TBA: Halo 5 Mjolnir Mix
 
MODDING:
 
FONT CREATION:
 
ONGOING SIDE PROJECTS:
- AwesomeHaloMusic - Archiving Obscure Halo music, from fan made to official.
 
Unfortunately, I've been having problems with grabbing attention with these videos, which really expand upon the kinds of content I create, and they're the most impressive things I've worked on thus far.
 
 
(Old stuff below - Kind of out of date? Not really. Just expanded since then.)
 
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Hello there! I am UncookedMoa.
 
Moas need their love and they have gone extinct back on Earth. Luckily, they've been found on Reach and we can see Moas roam happilly once more! But what do we do with them? We eat them as burgers. How could you humans be so heartless? Plus the Covenant glassed Reach. Now, they are a highly endangered species once again. They can be found at the Uplift Nature Reserve.
 
I make fan made trailers, music videos and a couple of other things on YouTube. My channel is here.
Here are what I believe to be my best creations (In order of best to least best):
 
 
Well, my name came from an extinct flightless bird called a moa. The joke in my name is in the "Uncooked" part of it. Uncooked came from the Moa flavored burgers from Halo: Reach. Thus, meaning that the moa is destined to be food, it may not be cooked yet, but it will be. Thus why it has gone extinct. Humans have been eating them.
 
However, comedy isn't where my username ends. My name also means "unseen potential." Uncooked means I have a lot to learn and have potential yet to be unleashed. The moa is a flightless bird and it is extinct, showing me as the underdog (flightless) who has something others don't (that "something" is extinct).
 
MY HALO COLLECTION
All I have are the standard editions of each game (Halo CE, Halo PC, Halo 2, Halo 2 Multiplayer Map Pack, Halo 2 Vista, Halo 3, Halo 3 ODST, Halo Wars, Halo Reach, Halo Anniversary, Halo 4 and Halo Spartan Assault), each Halo soundtrack, Halo Legends, Halo Forward Unto Dawn and all the Halo books. I even have the beta builds available (Halo 2 Beta, Halo 3 Beta, Halo 3 Epsilon, Halo Reach Beta and the Halo 4 Network Test Beta).
 
I also have every cutscene of every Halo game inside my hard drive, including each trailer and live action short films (Such as Halo Landfall). 
 
I don't have any limited or legendary editions of Halo. I don't have Halo special edition Xbox consoles or controllers. I don't have Halo comics or the graphic novel. I don't have the Halo encyclopedia. I don't have any Halo action figures, Halo Mega Blocks or Halo Legos. I don't have any Halo posters. I've been playing Halo since 2003, so it seems weird how my collection still isn't big yet and most of my Halo collection is all digital.
 
Well, I do have fan made Halo games (Halo Zero, Halo OWaW, Halo Blood Covenant, Halo 2600, Pixel Force Halo), a couple of fan made Halo movies on my hard drive (Halo Helljumper is the most notable) and hundreds of fan made Halo music, but those don't really count since they're fan made work...
 
I also have an RGH Xbox 360 and collect Halo mods from the Halo Xbox modding scene.
 
MY FAVORITES:
I enjoy many games of different genres. But my favorite game is Halo, hence why I'm here. I enjoyed the entirety of the Halo series since I played the first one back in 2003, with the release of Halo PC.
 
GAMES:
Besides Halo, I enjoy games such as BioShock, Half-Life, Crimson Skies, Metroid, Alan Wake, Metal Gear, Super Mario, Gears of War, Far Cry, Ace Attorney, Dark Souls, Dynasty Warriors, Elder Scrolls, Minecraft, Splinter Cell, Conker, Ghost Trick, Legend of Zelda, GoldenEye, Perfect Dark, Red Dead Redemption, Dishonored, Soul Calibur, FTL Faster Than Light, 3089, Ace of Spades, Doom, Unreal Tournament, Quake, Marathon, Fallout, Tomb Raider, Age of Empires, StarCraft, Civilization, Sims, Vanquish, Trace Memory, Hotel Dusk, Monster Hunter, Samurai Warriors, Papers Please, Resident Evil, Star Wars, Mass Effect, Forza Motorsport, Project Gotham, Need For Speed, Geometry Wars, Borderlands 2 (Didn't like the first), Call of Duty (Before MW3), Battlefield, Surgeon Simulator, Bejeweled, Peggle, Plants vs. Zombies, LA Noire, Katamari, Beyond Good and Evil, Rayman, Ninja Gaiden, Max Payne, Sleeping Dogs, Sniper Elite, Singularity, Spider-Man, X-Com Enemy Unknown, Prince of Persia, Assassin's Creed, Portal, Quantum Conundrum, Q.U.B.E., Antichamber, and...Well, you probably get the fact I play a lot of games. I could list more, but I'm tired typing all that...
 
MOVIES
As for movies, I enjoy action movies, drama movies and cerebral movies that test the brain. My favorite of which are Christopher Nolan's which are able to find a balance between the above. I also am quite fond of JJ Abrams. His movies may have many loose ends and are at times completely dumb, but he finds a way to inject strong emotion in his movies and I really feel the events that happen. It's not supposed to be a smart movie. Among my favorite movies are Memento, Star Trek 2009, Dead Poets Society, Mission Impossible III, Inception, The Prestige, The Dark Knight, Saving Private Ryan and a lot of others...
 
EPISODE-BASED SERIES:
As for TV shows, I have a few of them. I did enjoy Falling Skies and Walking Dead. Beyond live action, I've got Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra. As for web series, there's Red vs. Blue and RWBY. I've just started building up on anime with Halo Legends and Sword Art Online. I'm currently checking out Attack On Titan after several people recommended it to me... I did watch Pokemon and Blue Dragon when I was younger. I really fall short when it comes to "episode based" things.
 

Well, I watched anime when I was younger (3-7 years old). I've stopped for 5 years, due to not have an anime channel on TV and not knowing where to find any on the internet at the time.

 

Only now have I come back to re-explore the entire medium again. With that said, I really like anime a lot. When I was younger, I watched Pokemon, Beyblade, Naruto and Blue Dragon. But then I stopped for a while. Now, I've started up again with Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo, Sword Art Online and Shakugan no Shana.

 
BOOKS
As for books, I did read and enjoy books that were required reading in school from Robinson Crusoe, Gulliver's Travels, Treasure Island, A Tale of Two Cities, Around the World In 80 Days, Animal Farm, etc. I also read books myself. I enjoyed Isaac Asimov's Foundation books. I've also read the older Halo books (Basically, everything before Halo Cryptum). I also like Tom Clancy and Stephen King. I used to read young adult books such as Harry Potter and Percy Jackson, but they feel lacking now, personally. They're great for light reading, but for the most part, I find it corny now..
 
COMICS:
As for comics, well, I don't really follow comics. I'd love to, but I just casually read them. I sometimes read Marvel and DC comics. I casually read web comics for comedy. I've also read Halo comics. I'm interested in going deeper with other less mainstream comics. But I have yet to do so. It's even worse for manga, which I have minimal knowledge of at the moment.
 
MUSIC:
FAVORITE MUSIC:
1. Space Invader - Trocadero
2. All Saints Day - The Silent Comedy
4. Hishoku no Sora - Mami Kawada
5. Mad World - Gary Jules
 
In music, I typically like rock music since I like the sound, it's not as mainstream as pop and it's normally very easy to find on the internet in comparison to genres like jazz, folk, etc. If I choose to listen to music, most of the time, I'll listen to rock. I typically listen to 30 Seconds To Mars, Linkin Park, Breaking Benjamin, Three Days Grace, Muse etc. Yes, I know, lots of angst there, but I like the sound. I also like The Heavy, Nico Vega, Arctic Monkeys, Trocadero, Jeff Williams and a slew of other lesser known rock artists.
 
I also listen to movie/video game soundtrack. I love the Halo soundtracks from Martin O'Donnell (My favorites being Under Cover of Night and of course, the main theme and don't forget Halo 3 ODST's incredible Finale theme and...oh forget it, at this rate, I'll be mentioning every single track). The Halo Wars soundtrack by Stephen Rippy with all the ambience and emotion they have (My favorite of which is Insignificantia). I also liked the Age of Empires 3 soundtrack. The Halo 4 soundtrack is really good too, but definitely the least effective in the series, although I liked "To Galaxy" a lot. I'm also fond of the Elder Scrolls soundtracks by Jeremy Soule. The Crysis 2 soundtrack by Hans Zimmer was great too and had a sense of mystery around it (especially the main theme). Inception's soundtrack wasn't half bad. I really liked "Time". Star Trek Into Darkness soundtrack was quite nice, especially the main theme. Minecraft's soundtrack by C418 is nice to listen to with all its ambience (Especially Sweden). Don't forget the iconic soundtracks of Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Mission Impossible, etc.
 
I'm also quite fond of folk, jazz, classical, metal, electronic and country music. Just that I'm not as open to these genres in comparison to rock music and soundtracks, which I like almost all the time. I'm more particular with these music.
 
Another type of music Im quite fond with is Japanese music. So long as it sounds "quite like" rock and not the random techno sounds and high pitched voices from that people on the internet rave about...
 
Classical music is really great for relaxing and thinking and it has a unique sound not present today. You know who they are. Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, etc. Folk is peaceful and gives a lot of ambience. I like Simon and Garfunkel's music and a couple of lesser known folk artists, such as Jackson C. Frank. Jazz feels soothing and is similar to folk, in my opinion. I barely know any jazz, but I thought "I Don't Know Why" was quite good. Metal is angry. I like the screaming to be done occasionally, or subtly. Otherwise, it'll end up just as chaotic as dubstep. AC/DC is quite good here with well known "Highway to Hell". Electronic needs a sense of style to be good, With that said, when done correctly, electronic msuic is stylish. Not like the random noise that most dubstep music has. It should be done like "GRiZ - The Future Is Now" or "Justice - Genesis", with nods to past music. As for country music, it's quite close to pop. I don't listen to it often, but there are a few exceptions such as Rascal Flatts and Keith Urban, which I like a lot. I used to really hate rap. But that changed when I heard Linkin Park, Zack Hemsey and Jeff Williams. Jeff Williams - Pray is the best example of good rap my opinon. Mainstream rap just isn't done well and is just as bad as mainstream pop.
 
As for the genres I haven't mentioned, I'm really "just okay" with pop and dubstep, just not fond of listening to it. If it's playing in the background beyond my control, I don't mind. Most dubstep sounds like random noises going back and forth, it's so chaotic that I don't want to listen to it if I'm alone. As for mainstream pop, the lyrics get so corny most of the time with very few exceptions and the topics they deal with in the lyrics are always the same topics over and over. Not to mention the chorus just repeats. It's very repetitive. I really wonder why pop is the favorite genre of the mainstream crowd. The best pop music comes from the past, sadly.
 
Note: ANTI-MOA BURGER MOVEMENT - We've got free cookies!

 


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    Entertainment (Games, Movies, TV, Books, Comics, Anime, whatever)

    I'm also interested in taking up programming, 3D modeling/animating and 2D spriting so that I can create my own video games and see my concepts come to fruition. Movie directing and book writing, too, which includes animation.

    I'm also interested in creating some new technology with a company...I just want to create something.

    I'm interested in the concept of virtual reality. Oculus Rift is good, but I want it to go further and reach Matrix-level virtual reality.

    Note: I'm a critic and have made several reviews for different things.

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UncookedMoa

Halo 4 with Marty's music? It's more likely than you think: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ppl9J-dhj4
Sep 20 2018 09:29 PM
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UncookedMoa

How long was I out? Four years. Seven months. Ten days.
Sep 13 2018 03:32 AM
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    UncookedMoa
    Woke up from cryo sleep and ready to get back to work.
    Sep 13 2018 06:37 AM
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    Welcome back!
    Sep 13 2018 09:06 AM
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    Halo6 Follower
    :DDDDD Welcome back my dude!
    Sep 13 2018 04:29 PM
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UncookedMoa

Took sometime to create my own profile picture.
May 20 2014 02:46 AM
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UncookedMoa

I made a Halo MV (Bartholomew): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKZMxrpXMw4 - Inspired by the Dark Souls Bartholomew trailer
Apr 24 2014 09:24 PM
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Well, what do you know? It's my birthday...
Jan 25 2014 10:58 PM
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    UncookedMoa
    Thank you everyone.
    @Beckoningzebra1 Plants are living things, too. So, everyone eats living things.
    Rule: You can eat non-endangered species, but not endangered ones.
    So, non-endangered meat is okay.
    Jan 26 2014 12:21 AM
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    UncookedMoa
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2S8rM-YMcIY
    Jan 26 2014 01:00 AM
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    BeckoningZebra1
    Ohh....
    Free Hamburgers for everyone! :D
    Jan 26 2014 02:06 AM
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BeckoningZebra1UncookedMoa

You have my support. I'm joining the anti-moa burger movement...Now where are my cookies?
Jan 23 2014 09:52 AM
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    UncookedMoa
    Cookies are to be served at the headquarters at AMB (Anti-Moa Burger) Intergalactic Space Central.
    Jan 23 2014 10:29 AM
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    BeckoningZebra1
    ._.
    I can't find on my GPS...
    Jan 23 2014 10:42 AM
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