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  • Grunts
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  • The Grunts were two teams of Red and Blue soldiers living in an unknown part of the galaxy. These soldiers were for some reason in a constant loop of attack and retaliation, revival and senseless murder. They serve as supporting antagonists in the Blood Gulch Chronicles, but the only identifiable member of the Grunts is the Red Zealot.
  • Grunts may mean either of the following: * Grunts, the third episode of the G-man Squad * HECU Grunts, minor characters in the above-mentioned series and antagonists in Freeman's Mind This article is a disambiguation page for Grunts The following is a list of links to pages that might share the same title. Please follow one of the disambiguation links below or search to find the page you were looking for if it is not listed. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
  • Faculty Sponsor: Gunny Bardue (I think.)
  • Grunts speak in a barking kind of manner, and do have names, examples being Yayap, Dadab, Flipyap, and similar names. They are the lowest ranking warrior species in the Covenant, being the fastest to reproduce, and often used as cannon fodder. They are usually seen along with Elites or Jackals, although Jackals and Grunts never get along, and often fight.
  • Grunts are the basic foot-soldiers of Seventh Wave forces. They are numerous, yet weak. They carry the level's most numerous weapon (AK 47 in the case of Velblesk City Street, G36C in the case of Nazran Foundry, etc). They only appear in earlier levels and Nazran Foundry. The rest of the time, Soldiers take their place. They wear green woodland camouflage, with an eye-showing balaclava on their faces and a beanie hat on their heads.
  • Grunts is a Halo machinima series by Giant Robot Army Films.
  • Grunts was a male Weequay owned by Lady Valarian on Tatooine, before being won by Han Solo in a game of Sabacc. Solo set Grunts free as soon as they left the Lucky Despot. Solo hired Grunts to help with cargo, but he and Chewbacca didn't get along, Solo was forced to let Grunts go.
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  • *Rise of the Empire era *Rebellion era *New Republic era
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  • Grunts
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  • FF0000
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  • Giant Robot Army Films
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  • Red and Blue
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  • Battle Creek soldiers
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  • 2000
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  • Brown
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  • The Grunts were two teams of Red and Blue soldiers living in an unknown part of the galaxy. These soldiers were for some reason in a constant loop of attack and retaliation, revival and senseless murder. They serve as supporting antagonists in the Blood Gulch Chronicles, but the only identifiable member of the Grunts is the Red Zealot.
  • Grunts may mean either of the following: * Grunts, the third episode of the G-man Squad * HECU Grunts, minor characters in the above-mentioned series and antagonists in Freeman's Mind This article is a disambiguation page for Grunts The following is a list of links to pages that might share the same title. Please follow one of the disambiguation links below or search to find the page you were looking for if it is not listed. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
  • Faculty Sponsor: Gunny Bardue (I think.)
  • Grunts was a male Weequay owned by Lady Valarian on Tatooine, before being won by Han Solo in a game of Sabacc. Solo set Grunts free as soon as they left the Lucky Despot. Solo hired Grunts to help with cargo, but he and Chewbacca didn't get along, Solo was forced to let Grunts go. Grunts then became a slave for Mawbo Kem and was later freed. To buy himself passage off planet Grunts then worked for Kem. In 8.5 ABY Grunts saw Solo and his new wife Leia Organa Solo and was present when the Killik Twilight was stolen by Kitster Chanchani Banai in Mos Espa's "performance hall". Grunts then helped the Solos by bringing them to an apartment with a vantage point of the Banai household and acting as lookout. Grunts spent at least twelve years on Tatooine, which was evidenced by his twelve seclusion braids in 8 ABY.
  • Grunts speak in a barking kind of manner, and do have names, examples being Yayap, Dadab, Flipyap, and similar names. They are the lowest ranking warrior species in the Covenant, being the fastest to reproduce, and often used as cannon fodder. They are usually seen along with Elites or Jackals, although Jackals and Grunts never get along, and often fight.
  • Grunts are the basic foot-soldiers of Seventh Wave forces. They are numerous, yet weak. They carry the level's most numerous weapon (AK 47 in the case of Velblesk City Street, G36C in the case of Nazran Foundry, etc). They only appear in earlier levels and Nazran Foundry. The rest of the time, Soldiers take their place. They wear green woodland camouflage, with an eye-showing balaclava on their faces and a beanie hat on their heads.
  • Grunts is a Halo machinima series by Giant Robot Army Films.
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