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I FINALLY received my specialization code for Halo 4, all my friends had already gotten it and I was sitting there in the dark getting left behind. I go to enter my code and I get the "Code Not Valid" message and that "The code has already been redeemed. Please enter an unused code." I called Xbox Live and there was nothing they could do but suggest coming here and posting about this unusual case. They tried entering the code and it wouldn't work for them either. This has become an extremely frustrating experience.
I need to get the campaign done on Legendary to get the Mark VI armor from halo 3. I really want the armor myself and with 4 people on Legendary it should go easier than doing it by yourself. If you're interested, please send me a message to my gamertag. My gamertag is: SizzleMyWizzle Note: I will probably only do the first four missions for the day. But if we do good, I may continue. (Please HAVE a mic)
Halo Bulletin Has Information That Cannot Be Seen By The Naked Eyes Have we been deceived. Have we been lied to this whole time. Secret messages have been found in the latest Halo Bulletin. If you go onto the Halo Waypoint Website and look at the Bulletin you will find secret messages if you just highlight the page. Here is the Bulletin so you can check it out for yourself. Click Here Ducain23 describes it in this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrgumePpclo&list=UUzGLSfWbq4CiqKFO9lU9HLg&index=1&feature=plcp Video By Ducain23 So what do you think? Like Ducain23 said I also have no idea what this means. The words are very random. Let me know what you think about this information, and if you figure it out let me know. Heres what it shows: PLNB PRIORITY TRANSMISSION [CLASSIFIED] ENCRYPTION CODE: [CLASSIFIED] PUBLIC KEY: N/A FROM: CODENAME SURGEON TO: CODENAME COALMINER CLASSIFICATION: ELEVENTH HOUR [1/5] SUBJECT: AFTERMATH /FILE EXTRACTION-RECONSTITUTION COMPLETE/ /START FILE/ Decades from now, when historians evaluate the war, what will they say about us? Will they claim that our victory was ultimately fruitless? That it failed to secure a lasting peace, or worse, that it was only a prelude to far greater horrors that now lay ahead? My hope – OUR HOPE – is that history would instead view this war as a catalyst. That the last thirty years were a crucible, a threshing floor for our species, sifting out our fears and frailties. And that ultimately it made us stronger and more vigilant in the end, fully prepared for whatever will come next. After all, what good is struggle if there is no change? What good is a fire if the sword is not made stronger? Attached are four reports accounting the major contingency structures our species currently faces in the wake of the war. Please evaluate them closely. Their outcomes will dictate how history views us, or if history even views us at all. Xenomorphic element [2/5] Martial element [3/5] Provenancial element [4/5] Primogeniture element [5/5] As Machiavelli once said: “the Romans, foreseeing troubles, dealt with them at once, and, even to avoid a war, would not let them come to a head, for they knew that war is not to be avoided, but is only put off to the advantage of others.” Likewise, we must deal with these issues head-on, without fear and without hesitation. We can afford no other stance. /END FILE/ Written down by Unease P34nut
Due to seeing an increasing number of disrespectful and downright mean-spirited posts, I have decided to create this topic. Please read over it, and maybe you'll get something out of it. Lately I have been seeing quite a few members responding to topics (mostly ones created to express concerns/complaints on any number of subjects) with, in my eyes, absolutely uncalled for responses. These posts range from name calling to personal insults and telling others to not "waste their time" with the OP. Let me say that I am disappointed to see such hate coming from our community, especially from members I would have never thought I'd see it from. It hasn't yet become common place, but I thought that I would create this as a sort of warning. People have different opinions. This is a fact that we all are aware of. However, some of us apparently feel the need to go out of our way to throw hate and disrespect towards those we may not agree with. I myself am perhaps guilty of this on one or two occasions, even though the person whom I was responding to pretty much deserved what I said. I do not know what has brought about the increase in this lack of respect, but I do know that it needs to stop. Now. You are free to voice your thoughts, but I believe that you should do so only in a polite and respectable manner. If you see someone doing nothing but being rude and hateful, report the post. Do not follow in their footsteps and keep "the flame" alive. Help to extinguish it by catching it before it spreads. Do your best to offer your opinions and advice in a friendly way. We do not need to let ourselves devolve into another B.Net or Halo Waypoint. Don't go so far with this that new members are unwilling to post, for fear of being attacked. Stop it here and now. We should be proud that we're such a friendly community (despite what I've seen lately from a few members) and that people actually want to sign up here. This means that we should also do all that we can to keep it like that. This website is like a family. As such, we should treat each other as brothers and sisters. Treat your fellow brothers and sisters with care and respect. If someone is making what you believe to be a foolish mistake, let them know what you would do in their shoes. Feel free to let them know that there are other options besides the one that they're choosing. Try to steer others towards the right path, and hope that they'll continue without your assistance. I know that sometimes people post completely crazy and downright stupid things, but please don't offer your opinion unless you can do so in the correct manner (i.e. without insulting and being hateful). Everyone is free to voice their opinions on this website, despite how poorly thought out or silly they may be. Keep things civilized. If we blow our top, we need to acknowledge it and make sure that it doesn't happen again. If you don't believe you can add anything meaningful to the discussion, or don't think you're capable of responding without vitriol, simply do not post.