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7,563 Spartans have attained the rank of Inheritor in Halo: Reach. But only 4 can claim to have completed a marathon beyond Unfrigginbelievable - Bad Terminator, DH1762, HWM ICEBIRD, and Pokenut have completed 117 of 117 Weekly Challenges in Halo: Reach; an accomplishment worthy of the Master Chief and a target goal for these players.

Here's a few stats that will show the immensity of their accomplishment. Stats are for all 4 participants.

They have played Halo: Reach for 228 Days, 0 Hours, and 54 Minutes. That's like signing in on January 1st at 12AM and finally quitting on August 16th just before 1AM. This equals over 2.5 years of 40 hour work weeks. In the 117 weeks since Halo: Reach released, these gamers have averaged 46.77 hours a week on Halo: Reach (or 11.69 hours each).

They have completed 7,493 Daily Challenges. It would take 1 person 5 years of completing all challenges every day to reach that number.

They have won 14,409 games in Matchmaking with a Win Percentage of 59.84%.

They have killed 356,137 Spartans in Matchmaking and they've died 281,808 times. Their K/D is +74,329 for an average of 1.26 Kills per Death. Along the way they've earned 49,461 Assists and 509,476 Total Medals in Matchmaking.

They've played a lot of (too damn much!) Grifball to complete these challenges. These 4 Spartans alone have gotten 99,163 Gravity Hammer Kills, (27.8% of their total kills). The next highest weapon of choice is the DMR with 82,009 kills, (23.0%).

They've passed bullets through 108,540 brains in Matchmaking making Headshots count for a substantial 30.4% of their kills and 21.3% of their total Matchmaking Medals.

Bet you can't kill just 1! These Spartans have put up 57,991 Multikill Medals in Matchmaking for 11.3% of their Matchmaking Medals.

Why not tack on a few while we're at it? 21,640 Spree Medals in Matchmaking for 4.2% of their Matchmaking Medals.

I'll just leave this here... They have scored 3,043 Objectives (Bomb Planted/Flag Captured) in Matchmaking.

It's not all fun and war games... These Spartans have decimated the Covenant with 972,018 Kills in Firefight and Campaign. They been killed by those Covie -Yoinks!- 33,586 times. The K/D ratio is 28.94. They've put up 340,659,892 points in Firefight and 38,577,181 points in Campaign.

Of the 92,859 Spartans that have earned credits on Halo: Reach (according to Halotracker) only 4 can claim to have completed all 117 Weekly Challenges. I'd give you a percentage on that one but I think I just fried my calculator. Bottom line, well done Bad Terminator, DH1762, HWM ICEBIRD, and Pokenut.


For further reading...
Pokenut hosted a Bungie.net forum group to discuss the challenges and help others complete the challenges here: http://www.bungie.net/fanclub/qf52/Group/GroupHome.aspx

HWM ICEBIRD has kept his Halo Wheelmen community up to date with his progess, (at one point he considered quitting after 40), in this forum thread: http://www.halowheelmen.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=114&t=13226

BS Angel posted this after week 52: http://blogs.halowaypoint.com/post/2011/09/14/52-Weekly-Challenges-Completed.aspx

(HWM ICEBIRD and DH1762 have since retired from this spree. Bad Terminator and Pokenut currently stand at 119 of 119 weekly challenges in Halo: Reach All stats collected from Halo Waypoint and Halo Tracker. All stats current Sunday, December 9, 2012.)
Amazing. congrats guys, really well done :)
Congrats! This is quite the achievement, and it's impressive to see all the stats behind the effort.
This is some amazing gameplay folks... and the reason why I feel so inept when I play halo.

Congrats!
/me starts a slow clap..... :D
CONGRATS GUYS! Hell of a run you have going there!

That is dedication.
Congratulations Guys.
Well Done guys. As I read thorugh the staggering statistics I thought I bet the first comment will be from some guy saying "get a life" or "get a job" or something nasty like that. Well I dont really care because no matter whether you guys work or have a life what it does demonstrate is that you can set yourself a goal and have a passion to acheive that goal which is a quality that is severly lacking in a lot of people nowadays. So I take my hat off to you guys for rising up to the challenge and i am really pleased to see that so far your post has not has the usual hate that the forums seem to attract now but maybe that is because the BKs are all on the H4 forums and have finally left Reach to the players that truely enjoyed this game.
These guys are awesome. Really cool post and a very interesting read. I'm only 9 weekly challenges behind and I'm really considering switching back over to Reach from 4. Reach is absolutely a better game, I'm a little disappointed in myself for falling behind on the weekly challenges and letting a few slip by in the past.
Slayer of Flood;2070108 wrote:
Well Done guys. As I read thorugh the staggering statistics I thought I bet the first comment will be from some guy saying "get a life" or "get a job" or something nasty like that. Well I dont really care because no matter whether you guys work or have a life what it does demonstrate is that you can set yourself a goal and have a passion to acheive that goal which is a quality that is severly lacking in a lot of people nowadays. So I take my hat off to you guys for rising up to the challenge and i am really pleased to see that so far your post has not has the usual hate that the forums seem to attract now but maybe that is because the BKs are all on the H4 forums and have finally left Reach to the players that truely enjoyed this game.

I had that exact premonition. I'm glad it didn't come true!
Very impressive! Hopefully 343i will recognize these few individuals and dole out some exclusive gaming goodies for their hard work and dedication!
This post has been edited by a moderator. Please refrain from reviving old threads.


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Sandhill, look how old the thread is, then re-read forum rules.
When the game is over, the King and Pawn go into the same box... #That's the truth
Cream...
Mind telling me what those rules are?
And if it matters that much, why'd you reply to me? I need to re-read the rules?
Never read them to begin w/.
In case you did't know, I'm new here. So thanks for the info, I'll look it up.
Sandhills, welcome to Reach (forum).
And don't let Cream annoy you - he's an old ODST, and they get very grumpy.
Thanks pal. It's good to be here. And thanks for the tip.
Sandhill Elites;2794816 wrote:
Thanks pal. It's good to be here. And thanks for the tip.

It is against the forum rules to necropost a dead thread, especially ones almost a year old. You agreed to these rules when you joined Waypoint, so admitting you didn't even read the rules is a big no-no.

Could a moderator please lock this thread.
Phil Mitchell62;2794901 wrote:
Sandhill Elites;2794816 wrote:
Thanks pal. It's good to be here. And thanks for the tip.

It is against the forum rules to necropost a dead thread, especially ones almost a year old. You agreed to these rules when you joined Waypoint, so admitting you didn't even read the rules is a big no-no.

Could a moderator please lock this thread.



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Take it easy, Phil, nothing wrong with old threads - I've still got a pair of Levis that I bought when Noah joined the Navy.
More seriously, now that the number of posts - and posters - has dropped so dramatically from the older games forums, surely there's no harm in occasionally doing the Resurrection Shuffle?
Sandhill Elites;2794983 wrote:


I replied to advise you about the rules and to bring this thread to the attention of a moderator so that it could be locked. Regardless of your excuse, it is still against the rules of the forum.

Jigger639;2795076 wrote:
Take it easy, Phil, nothing wrong with old threads - I've still got a pair of Levis that I bought when Noah joined the Navy.
More seriously, now that the number of posts - and posters - has dropped so dramatically from the older games forums, surely there's no harm in occasionally doing the Resurrection Shuffle?

As I stated above rules are rules. The reason old threads are left alone is simply because the discussion has ended. Bringing a dead thread back to the front page with no legitimate reason to do so moves new, more up-to-date threads back. This is all explained in the official forum rules thread.
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