[Spoilers] For the end of Halo 3.

Why doesn’t Master Chief go with the Arbiter to the Cockpit of the Forward Until Dawn. Seems stupid to stay in a open hanger. even if you Master Chief.

Because he needed to insert Cortana into the Dawn. One could make the argument that he could have done the same thing in the cockpit, but then two possibilities come to mind. One, time was of the essence and they needed Cortana to get to work immediately. Two, having Chief insert Cortana in the hangar was the best way for the writers to make sure Arbiter and Chief/Cortana were separated when the Dawn went through the portal.

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> Because he needed to insert Cortana into the Dawn. One could make the argument that he could have done the same thing in the cockpit, but then two possibilities come to mind. One, time was of the essence and they needed Cortana to get to work immediately. Two, having Chief insert Cortana in the hangar was the best way for the writers to make sure Arbiter and Chief/Cortana were separated when the Dawn went through the portal.

I concur with your first possibility. The Halo ring was tearing itself apart and they needed to get to a minimum safe distance. Time was not their ally, however, and we all know the end result.

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> Why doesn’t Master Chief go with the Arbiter to the Cockpit of the Forward Until Dawn. Seems stupid to stay in a open hanger. even if you Master Chief.

Because the writers wanted them separated for an emotional ending

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> Because he needed to insert Cortana into the Dawn. One could make the argument that he could have done the same thing in the cockpit, but then two possibilities come to mind. One, time was of the essence and they needed Cortana to get to work immediately. Two, having Chief insert Cortana in the hangar was the best way for the writers to make sure Arbiter and Chief/Cortana were separated when the Dawn went through the portal.

Completely agree I think it was due to the writing to be perfectly honest.

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> Because he needed to insert Cortana into the Dawn. One could make the argument that he could have done the same thing in the cockpit, but then two possibilities come to mind. One, time was of the essence and they needed Cortana to get to work immediately. Two, having Chief insert Cortana in the hangar was the best way for the writers to make sure Arbiter and Chief/Cortana were separated when the Dawn went through the portal.

Right so Cortana could warm eveything up. This is probably the best theory.