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  • San Shyuum
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  • San Shyuum are a species of aliens who hold leadership of the Covenant Empire, and serving as some of the more mysterious members of the empire. They appear to exert complete control over religious and political affairs, thus fulfilling the role as leaders. They enforce a misguided theology based on the false belief, that firing the Halo Array will start the Great Journey and transcend them to a god like status. Although physically frail and weak compared to the other species within the Covenant, they wield near absolute power throughout the Covenant. Before the formation of the Covenant, the Prophets had a war against the Sangheili and had Forerunner technology to support them in combat. At the end of their war, the two species formed the Covenant and made an oath: Prophets would act as r
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Row 4 title
  • Homeworld
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type of hostile species
  • Monarchs, Tyrants
Goals
  • Activate the Halo rings and conquer the galaxy
Origin
  • Halo
Abilities
  • Leadership
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Members
  • Truth, Mercy, Regret, Restraint, Obligation, Tolerance, Supposition, Pity, Disdain, Objection, Stewardship, Candor, Conviction, Etiology, Inquisition, Penance
Alias
  • Prophets
Hobby
  • Ruling the Covenant Empire
Homeworld
  • Unknown
Fullname
  • San Shyuum
Size
  • 300
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  • San Shyuum are a species of aliens who hold leadership of the Covenant Empire, and serving as some of the more mysterious members of the empire. They appear to exert complete control over religious and political affairs, thus fulfilling the role as leaders. They enforce a misguided theology based on the false belief, that firing the Halo Array will start the Great Journey and transcend them to a god like status. Although physically frail and weak compared to the other species within the Covenant, they wield near absolute power throughout the Covenant. Before the formation of the Covenant, the Prophets had a war against the Sangheili and had Forerunner technology to support them in combat. At the end of their war, the two species formed the Covenant and made an oath: Prophets would act as religious leaders while the Elites would be in charge of military operations and act as their protectors. The three main Prophets throughout the Halo series were Truth, Mercy and Regret, who were the leaders of the empire though Truth appeared to have more control. With the exception of Regret who was assassinated by John 117 on Installation 05, Mercy and Truth planned to remove the Elites from power and replace them with Brutes. Truth encouraged the other aliens to stay loyal to their Prophets and turn on their Elite commanders.