Mendicant Bias stops the Covenant

As most of us know, the Mendicant Bias’ shards connection to the keyship was severed by the heirachs after his announcement to them during Contact Harvest. He was unable to prevent the war that followed and brought humanity close to being wiped out. However, what if things changed? Let’s say a huragok re-connects Mendicant to the rest of the keyship.

Knowing what has transpired and enraged, Mendicant speaks to all within High Charity. He demands for the war against humanity to end. Learning from his previous mistake, he plays his part as an oracle tells them a grave sin has been committed and that humanity deserves a proper standing in the Covenant and on the Great Journey. The hierarchs, for the sake of the Covenant and themselves relent to him This all takes place right as the fleet of Particular Justice arrives to lay waste to Reach. How do you see this affecting the Covenant itself, and humanity?

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> As most of us know, the Mendicant Bias’ shards connection to the keyship was severed by the heirachs after his announcement to them during Contact Harvest. He was unable to prevent the war that followed and brought humanity close to being wiped out. However, what if things changed? Let’s say a huragok re-connects Mendicant to the rest of the keyship.
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> Knowing what has transpired and enraged, Mendicant speaks to all within High Charity. He demands for the war against humanity to end. Learning from his previous mistake, he plays his part as an oracle tells them a grave sin has been committed and that humanity deserves a proper standing in the Covenant and on the Great Journey. The hierarchs, for the sake of the Covenant and themselves relent to him This all takes place right as the fleet of Particular Justice arrives to lay waste to Reach. How do you see this affecting the Covenant itself, and humanity?

From what you outlined here…I would say a great schism would take place, although the reasoning behind it would differ greatly

Two things:
A) the prophets knew the Great Journey was a lie and they still went along with it. They’d find a way to shut up MB.
B) humanity would never join tune Covenant, especially if the war stopped at Reach.

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> > As most of us know, the Mendicant Bias’ shards connection to the keyship was severed by the heirachs after his announcement to them during Contact Harvest. He was unable to prevent the war that followed and brought humanity close to being wiped out. However, what if things changed? Let’s say a huragok re-connects Mendicant to the rest of the keyship.
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> > Knowing what has transpired and enraged, Mendicant speaks to all within High Charity. He demands for the war against humanity to end. Learning from his previous mistake, he plays his part as an oracle tells them a grave sin has been committed and that humanity deserves a proper standing in the Covenant and on the Great Journey. The hierarchs, for the sake of the Covenant and themselves relent to him This all takes place right as the fleet of Particular Justice arrives to lay waste to Reach. How do you see this affecting the Covenant itself, and humanity?
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> From what you outlined here…I would say a great schism would take place, although the reasoning behind it would differ greatly

That thought did come to me. For the sake of the scenario however Bias kept his mouth shut on his previous revelation. This led the hierachs to somewhat back his words for the good of the Covenant. Otherwise the whole thing would just be a re-hash of halo 3.

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> > > As most of us know, the Mendicant Bias’ shards connection to the keyship was severed by the heirachs after his announcement to them during Contact Harvest. He was unable to prevent the war that followed and brought humanity close to being wiped out. However, what if things changed? Let’s say a huragok re-connects Mendicant to the rest of the keyship.
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> > > Knowing what has transpired and enraged, Mendicant speaks to all within High Charity. He demands for the war against humanity to end. Learning from his previous mistake, he plays his part as an oracle tells them a grave sin has been committed and that humanity deserves a proper standing in the Covenant and on the Great Journey. The hierarchs, for the sake of the Covenant and themselves relent to him This all takes place right as the fleet of Particular Justice arrives to lay waste to Reach. How do you see this affecting the Covenant itself, and humanity?
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> > From what you outlined here…I would say a great schism would take place, although the reasoning behind it would differ greatly
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> That thought did come to me. For the sake of the scenario however Bias kept his mouth shut on his previous revelation. This led the hierachs to somewhat back his words for the good of the Covenant. Otherwise the whole thing would just be a re-hash of halo 3.

It sounds like you would have preferred to have humanity join the covenant, no?

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> > > > As most of us know, the Mendicant Bias’ shards connection to the keyship was severed by the heirachs after his announcement to them during Contact Harvest. He was unable to prevent the war that followed and brought humanity close to being wiped out. However, what if things changed? Let’s say a huragok re-connects Mendicant to the rest of the keyship.
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> > > > Knowing what has transpired and enraged, Mendicant speaks to all within High Charity. He demands for the war against humanity to end. Learning from his previous mistake, he plays his part as an oracle tells them a grave sin has been committed and that humanity deserves a proper standing in the Covenant and on the Great Journey. The hierarchs, for the sake of the Covenant and themselves relent to him This all takes place right as the fleet of Particular Justice arrives to lay waste to Reach. How do you see this affecting the Covenant itself, and humanity?
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> > > From what you outlined here…I would say a great schism would take place, although the reasoning behind it would differ greatly
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> > That thought did come to me. For the sake of the scenario however Bias kept his mouth shut on his previous revelation. This led the hierachs to somewhat back his words for the good of the Covenant. Otherwise the whole thing would just be a re-hash of halo 3.
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> It sounds like you would have preferred to have humanity join the covenant, no?

Not really, just didn’t want this falling back into a halo 3 plot. Plus it appears rare in space human vs alien conflicts that the aliens just outright stop on the verge of victory. So simply curious how the UNSC would react to that.

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> > > > > As most of us know, the Mendicant Bias’ shards connection to the keyship was severed by the heirachs after his announcement to them during Contact Harvest. He was unable to prevent the war that followed and brought humanity close to being wiped out. However, what if things changed? Let’s say a huragok re-connects Mendicant to the rest of the keyship.
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> > > > > Knowing what has transpired and enraged, Mendicant speaks to all within High Charity. He demands for the war against humanity to end. Learning from his previous mistake, he plays his part as an oracle tells them a grave sin has been committed and that humanity deserves a proper standing in the Covenant and on the Great Journey. The hierarchs, for the sake of the Covenant and themselves relent to him This all takes place right as the fleet of Particular Justice arrives to lay waste to Reach. How do you see this affecting the Covenant itself, and humanity?
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> > > > From what you outlined here…I would say a great schism would take place, although the reasoning behind it would differ greatly
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> > > That thought did come to me. For the sake of the scenario however Bias kept his mouth shut on his previous revelation. This led the hierachs to somewhat back his words for the good of the Covenant. Otherwise the whole thing would just be a re-hash of halo 3.
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> Not really, just didn’t want this falling back into a halo 3 plot. Plus it appears rare in space human vs alien conflicts that the aliens just outright stop on the verge of victory. So simply curious how the UNSC would react to that.

No doubt with confusion
but with the unleashing of the didact so early, the covenant would not stop their assault on humanity but would no doubt double their efforts at the command of one of their gods

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> > > > > > As most of us know, the Mendicant Bias’ shards connection to the keyship was severed by the heirachs after his announcement to them during Contact Harvest. He was unable to prevent the war that followed and brought humanity close to being wiped out. However, what if things changed? Let’s say a huragok re-connects Mendicant to the rest of the keyship.
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> > > > > > Knowing what has transpired and enraged, Mendicant speaks to all within High Charity. He demands for the war against humanity to end. Learning from his previous mistake, he plays his part as an oracle tells them a grave sin has been committed and that humanity deserves a proper standing in the Covenant and on the Great Journey. The hierarchs, for the sake of the Covenant and themselves relent to him This all takes place right as the fleet of Particular Justice arrives to lay waste to Reach. How do you see this affecting the Covenant itself, and humanity?
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> > > > > From what you outlined here…I would say a great schism would take place, although the reasoning behind it would differ greatly
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> > > > That thought did come to me. For the sake of the scenario however Bias kept his mouth shut on his previous revelation. This led the hierachs to somewhat back his words for the good of the Covenant. Otherwise the whole thing would just be a re-hash of halo 3.
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> > Not really, just didn’t want this falling back into a halo 3 plot. Plus it appears rare in space human vs alien conflicts that the aliens just outright stop on the verge of victory. So simply curious how the UNSC would react to that.
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> No doubt with confusion
> but with the unleashing of the didact so early, the covenant would not stop their assault on humanity but would no doubt double their efforts at the command of one of their gods

Think you got the threads mixed up Vul.

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> > > > > > > As most of us know, the Mendicant Bias’ shards connection to the keyship was severed by the heirachs after his announcement to them during Contact Harvest. He was unable to prevent the war that followed and brought humanity close to being wiped out. However, what if things changed? Let’s say a huragok re-connects Mendicant to the rest of the keyship.
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> > > > > > > Knowing what has transpired and enraged, Mendicant speaks to all within High Charity. He demands for the war against humanity to end. Learning from his previous mistake, he plays his part as an oracle tells them a grave sin has been committed and that humanity deserves a proper standing in the Covenant and on the Great Journey. The hierarchs, for the sake of the Covenant and themselves relent to him This all takes place right as the fleet of Particular Justice arrives to lay waste to Reach. How do you see this affecting the Covenant itself, and humanity?
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> > > > > > From what you outlined here…I would say a great schism would take place, although the reasoning behind it would differ greatly
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> > > > > That thought did come to me. For the sake of the scenario however Bias kept his mouth shut on his previous revelation. This led the hierachs to somewhat back his words for the good of the Covenant. Otherwise the whole thing would just be a re-hash of halo 3.
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> > > > It sounds like you would have preferred to have humanity join the covenant, no?
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> > > Not really, just didn’t want this falling back into a halo 3 plot. Plus it appears rare in space human vs alien conflicts that the aliens just outright stop on the verge of victory. So simply curious how the UNSC would react to that.
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> > No doubt with confusion
> > but with the unleashing of the didact so early, the covenant would not stop their assault on humanity but would no doubt double their efforts at the command of one of their gods
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> Think you got the threads mixed up Vul.

I totally did I am so sorry lol
I jus got off work and am not processing things properly lol

To be honest (had To re read every thing)
it sounds inevitable to proceed in with events at least similar to H3