[SPOILERS] The Ancient Enemy of Halo 4

If you watched all the terminals, you will know that Guilty Spark makes references to nameless characters to whom he refers to as “him” and “her”(or the Librarian).

Well, we don’t know anything about this Librarian lady, other then that she controls “his” temper.

In one of the terminals, Guilty Spark is talking to an unknown construct, which claims that it came from nothing, and has always been, and that it will return to its full form. This clue pretty much screams “Timeless One”, and since these are all the hints we have, we’re going to go with out.

What have we deducted?

Guilty Spark wanted revenge on the Reclaimers for destroying his ring, so he thought it would be a good idea to unleash the rath of The Timeless One (“him”) on them. He also noted that the Librarian would not be around to control his temper, so his full might would be unleashed. As we all know Guilty Spark is now dead, and for some reason or another the Librarian cannot control the Timeless One (she could be deceased? Trapped?). Therefore, the main enemy is clearly going to end up being the Timeless One.

Side Note: If you remember the ship that crashed on the Installation, I think that the aliens that were aboard it, are going to be the new evil.

Signing Off~
C3

> If you watched all the terminals, you will know that Guilty Spark makes references to nameless characters to whom he refers to as “him” and “her”(or the Librarian).
>
> Well, we don’t know anything about this Librarian lady, other then that she controls “his” temper.
>
> In one of the terminals, Guilty Spark is talking to an unknown construct, which claims that it came from nothing, and has always been, and that it will return to its full form. This clue pretty much screams “Timeless One”, and since these are all the hints we have, we’re going to go with out.
>
> What have we deducted?
>
> Guilty Spark wanted revenge on the Reclaimers for destroying his ring, so he thought it would be a good idea to unleash the rath of The Timeless One (“him”) on them. He also noted that the Librarian would not be around to control his temper, so his full might would be unleashed. As we all know Guilty Spark is now dead, and for some reason or another the Librarian cannot control the Timeless One (she could be deceased? Trapped?). Therefore, the main enemy is clearly going to end up being the Timeless One.
>
> Side Note: If you remember the ship that crashed on the Installation, I think that the aliens that were aboard it, are going to be the new evil.
>
> Signing Off~
> C3

VVorst analyse ever, of all time.
Did you even do any research?

TO and the librarian never came in contact vvith one another.
Clearly he is talking about the Didact (Bornstellar).
And on top of that nothing came out of said space ship so yeah…
Also the unknovvn construct seems to be mediciant bias, or at least a part of it.

Yeah what he said ^^^

> > If you watched all the terminals, you will know that Guilty Spark makes references to nameless characters to whom he refers to as “him” and “her”(or the Librarian).
> >
> > Well, we don’t know anything about this Librarian lady, other then that she controls “his” temper.
> >
> > In one of the terminals, Guilty Spark is talking to an unknown construct, which claims that it came from nothing, and has always been, and that it will return to its full form. This clue pretty much screams “Timeless One”, and since these are all the hints we have, we’re going to go with out.
> >
> > What have we deducted?
> >
> > Guilty Spark wanted revenge on the Reclaimers for destroying his ring, so he thought it would be a good idea to unleash the rath of The Timeless One (“him”) on them. He also noted that the Librarian would not be around to control his temper, so his full might would be unleashed. As we all know Guilty Spark is now dead, and for some reason or another the Librarian cannot control the Timeless One (she could be deceased? Trapped?). Therefore, the main enemy is clearly going to end up being the Timeless One.
> >
> > Side Note: If you remember the ship that crashed on the Installation, I think that the aliens that were aboard it, are going to be the new evil.
> >
> > Signing Off~
> > C3
>
> VVorst analyse ever, of all time.
> Did you even do any research?
>
> TO and the librarian never came in contact vvith one another.
> Clearly he is talking about the Didact (Bornstellar).
> And on top of that nothing came out of said space ship so yeah…
> Also the unknovvn construct seems to be mediciant bias, or at least a part of it.

I thought the construct seemed like a covanant AI. Something about being free after they follow their path (make the great journey and idiotically kill themselves by firing the array.)

In the Truth and Reconciliation, 343 tells the construct that it is close to releasing a force in which it can’t comprehend. In Primordium, the Timeless One will unleash the Flood. Maybe this is his 2nd act. Just a theory.

I thought the forerunner-flood war was very much well underway in cryptum.

You do not know that the “he” Guilty Spark was referring to was the Didact. Why would he be upset with Humanity for destroying the rings? He strongly opposed the Halo Array from the beginning.(Assuming the destruction of the rings is what this person would be upset over) The fact is, it’s so vague, nobody can know for sure who he was talking about.

Also, you do not know that the Timeless One never came in contact with The Librarian. There are still a couple books left in the Forerunner Saga. How do you know that The Librarian doesn’t come in contact with him then? You don’t. It’s all just theories.

> > If you watched all the terminals, you will know that Guilty Spark makes references to nameless characters to whom he refers to as “him” and “her”(or the Librarian).
> >
> > Well, we don’t know anything about this Librarian lady, other then that she controls “his” temper.
> >
> > In one of the terminals, Guilty Spark is talking to an unknown construct, which claims that it came from nothing, and has always been, and that it will return to its full form. This clue pretty much screams “Timeless One”, and since these are all the hints we have, we’re going to go with out.
> >
> > What have we deducted?
> >
> > Guilty Spark wanted revenge on the Reclaimers for destroying his ring, so he thought it would be a good idea to unleash the rath of The Timeless One (“him”) on them. He also noted that the Librarian would not be around to control his temper, so his full might would be unleashed. As we all know Guilty Spark is now dead, and for some reason or another the Librarian cannot control the Timeless One (she could be deceased? Trapped?). Therefore, the main enemy is clearly going to end up being the Timeless One.
> >
> > Side Note: If you remember the ship that crashed on the Installation, I think that the aliens that were aboard it, are going to be the new evil.
> >
> > Signing Off~
> > C3
>
> VVorst analyse ever, of all time.
> Did you even do any research?
>
> TO and the librarian never came in contact vvith one another.
> Clearly he is talking about the Didact (Bornstellar).
> And on top of that nothing came out of said space ship so yeah…
> Also the unknovvn construct seems to be mediciant bias, or at least a part of it.

What this guy said.