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I haven't played Halo 3 in about 7 years, so I don't exactly remember how they became friends, but I remember them becoming more than allies. I think it's funny that when Chief and Arby meet at 1st time, Chief was calm (but probably cuz he know that there is nothing to do until the. In the Halo science fiction universe, the Arbiter is a ceremonial, religious, and political rank . The Master Chief decides to activate the Halo under construction at the Ark to destroy the local Flood while sparing the During the game, the Arbiter meets with Spartan Jameson Locke who asks the Arbiter about whether the.
Master Chief, originally named John, was born in and first lived with his family on the human colony planet Eridanus II. Large for his six years of age, and approximately a foot above his school peers, he is described as a typical boy with brown hair, freckles and a gap between his two front teeth. The original children are brought to the planet Reach, one of the UNSC's bastions, to begin intense physical and psychological training to become "Spartan-II" supersoldiers.
Approximately eight years later, John and the other children are biologically and cybernetically augmented and enhanced. These procedures have substantial risks;  only John and thirty-two other Spartans survive. Aboard the spaceship Pillar of Autumn, Cortana plots a random course of escape. Combat Evolved Main articles: Combat Evolved and Halo: The Flood Master Chief first appears in the games as the protagonist of Halo: Combat Evolved and the novelization, Halo: During the opening cinematic of Halo: Combat Evolved, the Chief is awakened from cryonic sleep.
Upon exiting slipspacethe Pillar of Autumn is attacked by the Covenant and crash lands on Haloa ring-shaped megastructure. Master Chief escapes the ship via an escape pod. Upon landing on Halo, his first task is to find other survivors. While fighting the Covenant, Master Chief and Cortana learn that Halo was created by an ancient race, the Forerunnersas a last line of defense against an alien parasite called the Flood.
However, Guilty Spark neglects to inform the Master Chief that Halo would accomplish this by destroying all sentient life in a vast radius, essentially starving the Flood to death. She and the Master Chief destroy it  by detonating the Pillar of Autumn's fusion reactor core.
The Master Chief and Cortana escape in a Longsword spacecraft, believing they are the only survivors. First Strike and Halo 2 Halo: Combat Evolved and bridges the events of Halo and Halo 2. Floating in Halo's debris field, Cortana and the Chief discover that there are in fact other human survivors. At Reach, the Master Chief discovers that the Covenant had not destroyed the planet's biosphere in the usual manner, and that a few other Spartans survive.
The Chief retrieves Dr. The Spartans then attack a massive Covenant command station, the Unyielding Hierophant, thus delaying a Covenant assault on Earth. Returning to Earth with heavily damaged armor, the Master Chief receives an upgrade.
Aboard Cairo Station in space, he attends a brief awards ceremony, which is interrupted by a Covenant invasion. Master Chief is commanded to protect the station. Emerging from a structure, the Master Chief is attacked by orbiting Covenant forces, but is rescued by the Gravemindan intelligence of Flood origin. Uprising and Halo 3 Main articles: With the Arbiter a Covenant Elite who has sided with humanity and fellow allies, the Chief leads the assault on a Forerunner artifact that the Covenant Prophet of Truth is attempting to activate.
Soon after Truth escapes Earth through the slipspace portal opened by the artifact, the Flood lands on Earth. The Flood follow the Chief to the Ark, bringing High Charity through the slipspace portal to escape the range of the six original Halos.
Master Chief leads the Marines while the Arbiter leads the Elites into a climactic battle where they kill the High Prophet of Truth and ultimately destroy the Covenant.
The allied Elites and humans then decide to activate the new Halo in order to kill the Flood outside the galaxy, and thus preserve life there. During the escape, the collapsing slipspace portal severs the Dawn in two, stranding Cortana and the Master Chief deep in space.
While the Arbiter returns to Earth, Cortana activates a distress beacon, knowing that rescue could take years; the Master Chief enters cryonic sleep, telling Cortana, "Wake me, when you need me.
A splinter faction of Ex-Covenant are invading the ship and Master Chief fights his way outside as the frigate crash lands on a Forerunner shield world.
He survives the fall and awakens inside the shield world without serious injury. There, while fighting the shield world's defensive AI which Cortana identifies as "Prometheans", he encounters the Didact, an antagonistic Forerunner who plans on using a Forerunner artifact called The Composer to turn humanity into digital data. Master Chief manages to foil his plans by delivering a HAVOK nuclear warhead inside the Didact's ship and detonating it, while the increasingly rampant Cortana protects him with a hard light barrier before fading away leaving the Chief mourning her loss.
By the events of Halo 5, Master Chief has been known to execute countless military operations non-stop without rest alongside Blue Team.
During the operation, Master Chief comes into contact with what he believes to be Cortana, directed to go to Meridian. Blue Team finds a dormant Guardian, an autonomous Forerunner ship. Upon reaching Genesis, Blue Team learns that Cortana did not perish, but came across the Domain, a Forerunner computer network that serves as "the fountain of youth" for artificial intelligence.
After fighting through scores of Promethean forces, Master Chief attempts to negotiate with Cortana and asks her to return to the UNSC, only for Cortana to refuse and imprison Blue Team in a Forerunner prison called the Cryptum with the intent of preserving them while Cortana enforces a forced peace across the galaxy. Though the Arbiter is believed dead, he is rescued—along with his nemesis, the human soldier Master Chief—by the parasitic Flood intelligence Gravemind.
Gravemind reveals that the Great Journey actually spells doom for all sentient life, and sends him to stop Tartarus from activating the ring.
The unexpected shutdown of Halo triggers a standby sequence, which the Arbiter learns has made all the Halo installations ready to fire remotely from a place known as the Ark. After the Flood arrive on Earth, the Arbiter persuades Rtas 'Vadum not to glass the entire planet to quell the infestation. Along with a group of humans and Elites, the Arbiter follows the Prophet of Truth's forces through a slipspace portal to the Ark, where he kills the Prophet. The Master Chief decides to activate the Halo under construction at the Ark to destroy the local Flood while sparing the galaxy at large; the Arbiter helps to retrieve the artificial intelligence Cortana so that the installation can be fired.
During the escape, the ship he and the Master Chief are on split in two; while the Master Chief is presumed lost, the Arbiter crashes safely to Earth. After attending a ceremony honoring the dead, the Arbiter and the rest of the Elites leave for their homeworld. He's Darth Vader times ten. Under the Prophet's orders, the Arbiter kidnaps Professor Ellen Anders and takes her to a Forerunner shield world in uncharted space where he uses Anders to activate a massive fleet of Forerunner dreadnoughts with the plan to use the fleet to destroy humanity.
The Arbiter engages in combat with protagonist Sergeant John Forge twice: Both times the Arbiter proves to be more than a match for Forge.
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The first time, the Arbiter spares Forge's life after Anders agrees to go with him quietly in exchange. The second time, Forge tricks the Arbiter before stabbing him in the neck with his combat knife "Lucy". Forge is then able to kill the Arbiter with his own energy sword. The trailer acts as a prelude to Halo 5: Guardians in which Thel 'Vadam and his forces Swords of Sangheilios are locked in a bloody civil war with rogue Sangheili-led splinter factions that reside on the home planet Sanghelios.
During the game, the Arbiter meets with Spartan Jameson Locke who asks the Arbiter about whether the nickname "Demon" was an insult or a compliment. The Arbiter assures it was an insult, but with a certain standard of respect, which, after a chain of events, eventually lead the Arbiter to call the Master Chief an ally and even his friend.
Before the Spartans leave, the Arbiter asks Locke what the Spartans nicknamed the Master Chief, given that he was neither ally nor foe to them. The scene ends with Locke dodging the question and restating his duty. The Arbiter appears as an ally in the game, fighting the reformed Covenant forces of Jul 'Mdama, even after 'Mdama's death at the hands of Locke.
The Arbiter is ultimately successful in defeating his enemies and is reunited with the Master Chief at the end of the game following Cortana's betrayal.
Other appearances[ edit ] An Arbiter is available as a playable character in Killer Instinct: Season Threevoiced by Ray Chase. He uses several weapons from the Halo series in combat, and fights in the Arena of Judgment, a stage set in the midst of a battle on Sanghelios. According to franchise development director Frank O'Connor, this character is an "amalgam" of historical characters.