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  • Prophet of Objection
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  • He was once called the "Prophet of Denial", but you don't see him denying his claims of treason or trying to kill himself. As an additional piece of information for this very short article, Gruntipedia would like you to know that he did it with many, many Grunts. Is the page long enough or should I get the whip? Image:Cquote1.pngNay!Image:Cquote2.png — Prophet of Objection on the question above
  • Alias No information Origin No information Occupation No information Powers/Skills No information Hobby No information Goals No information Type of Villain No information The Prophet of Objection is a minor villain in the Halo series. He was a member of the Covenant High Council in 2552 and was present during Supreme Commander Thel 'Vadam's trial. He was angered about his failure and shouted "Nay, It was heresy!". It was highly likely he died sometime around the Great Schism and the Flood invasion of High Charity.
  • In the power vacuum left in the wake of the assassination of the Prophet of Regret and the murder of Prophet of Mercy, the Covenant was left with only a single Hierarch to command it. Some historians hold that the fracturing of the Old Covenant started with the death of Regret, and the threat of secession made by the Sangheili - such a bold move would certainly have shocked the other races, and perhaps inspired a number to make their own secession threats. But all agree that Truth managed to hold the ailing Covenant together long enough to devastate Earth and reach the Ark. His death ahd a devastating effect on the Covenant, but it was not the only mortal blow - many of the Alpha tribe Chieftains were also killed in combat against UNSC and Sangheili forces, depriving the Jiralhanae of thei
  • The Prophet of Objection was a member of the Covenant High Council in 2552 and was present during the trial of Thel 'Vadamee, who would later be made an Arbiter. A devout follower of the Covenant ideology, Objection was angered by what he saw as the Commander's failure in the destruction of Installation 04. He thus led the call against the Commander and when the High Prophet of Truth remarked to the Commander that his mistake not to safeguard the Halo was a colossal failure, Objection stood up and shook his fist, saying "Nay, it was heresy!"
Era
  • *Great Schism *War of Vengeance
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type of villain
  • Tyrant, Non-Action
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Goals
  • Unknown
Eyes
  • Black
Origin
  • Halo
Skills
  • Leadership
Affiliation
Name
  • Objection
  • Prophet of Objection
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Alias
  • Objection
Vehicles
  • Hover-throne
Hobby
  • Unknown
Species
Rank
Homeworld
Occupation
  • Prophet Councilor
Fullname
  • Prophet of Objection
Gender
  • Male
Death
  • 2562
Birth
  • 2352
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  • He was once called the "Prophet of Denial", but you don't see him denying his claims of treason or trying to kill himself. As an additional piece of information for this very short article, Gruntipedia would like you to know that he did it with many, many Grunts. Is the page long enough or should I get the whip? Image:Cquote1.pngNay!Image:Cquote2.png — Prophet of Objection on the question above
  • The Prophet of Objection was a member of the Covenant High Council in 2552 and was present during the trial of Thel 'Vadamee, who would later be made an Arbiter. A devout follower of the Covenant ideology, Objection was angered by what he saw as the Commander's failure in the destruction of Installation 04. He thus led the call against the Commander and when the High Prophet of Truth remarked to the Commander that his mistake not to safeguard the Halo was a colossal failure, Objection stood up and shook his fist, saying "Nay, it was heresy!" Later, The Prophet of Truth dismissed this remark, saying that though the Arbiter rightly bore the blame for the destruction of the Halo, the council was "overzealous" in branding him a heretic for this failure.
  • In the power vacuum left in the wake of the assassination of the Prophet of Regret and the murder of Prophet of Mercy, the Covenant was left with only a single Hierarch to command it. Some historians hold that the fracturing of the Old Covenant started with the death of Regret, and the threat of secession made by the Sangheili - such a bold move would certainly have shocked the other races, and perhaps inspired a number to make their own secession threats. But all agree that Truth managed to hold the ailing Covenant together long enough to devastate Earth and reach the Ark. His death ahd a devastating effect on the Covenant, but it was not the only mortal blow - many of the Alpha tribe Chieftains were also killed in combat against UNSC and Sangheili forces, depriving the Jiralhanae of their own leadership. In the era that followed, the Old Covenant split into more than fifty smaller entities. Most of these were rival warlords gathering power to themselves, or the Prophets trying to cling to whatever power they had left. Into this vacuum stepped the Prophet of Objection. Long a member of the High Council, Objection was the senior Councillor, and the only candidate able to step into the role of Hierarch. Though he lacked the inspirational qualities of the Prophet of Truth, he was nevertheless a shrewd politician and diplomat, and his influence managed to restore some coherency to the Covenant. Under his banner, it managed to stop the massive hemmoraghing of personnel and resources, at least for a little while, and focussed on strengthening its defences and rebuilding its infrastructure. He was perhaps the only figure that stopped the complete and total collapse of the Covenant, and eventually the New Covenant would become one of the dominant players in the Orion Arm of the galaxy once again - but not for a long time, and not until a considerable amount of effort had been expended.
  • Alias No information Origin No information Occupation No information Powers/Skills No information Hobby No information Goals No information Type of Villain No information The Prophet of Objection is a minor villain in the Halo series. He was a member of the Covenant High Council in 2552 and was present during Supreme Commander Thel 'Vadam's trial. He was angered about his failure and shouted "Nay, It was heresy!". It was highly likely he died sometime around the Great Schism and the Flood invasion of High Charity.
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