In the 8th episode of the Halo TV series, the tense situation of the main characters finally stops. Instead, we get explosive as the sides are selected and the passions are burning. Having said that, there are a few errors considering how small the system is yet to come.
With just one episode left, there is still much to be done to complete the series. As long as things are still focused on the Master Chief and the other actors currently in Reach, I’m excited to see where he ends up this season.
The episode surprisingly does not open with flashbacks. Instead, we find Master Chief drawing circles in his bathroom mirror, seemingly touched by the idea of the Halo Episode 6 episode. Makee is also insane in the same way, and the two are walking on the grounds of Reach, seemingly frustrated.
Halo TV series Season 1, Episode 8 Review
of UNSC staff around them. As John pushes Makee to get answers about Halo, the woman finally shares why the Convention requires it. He cites the prophecy that the divine spirit will pass away and take believers on the path of godliness. A good time for fans of the games, as in fact the version mentioned by the Prophets directly in Halo 2.
The differences between the three non-Master Team members of the Silver Team are highlighted humorously as Vannak and Riz conduct experiments on the covenant Phantom. While Vannak unequivocally asks what Kai’s condition is, Riz carefully tries to put it back.
Smash cut to Kai, who is currently showing off a tug of war, first lifts the engine and then follows Warthog, a gambling enthusiast for the seafarers around him. I have to say, Kai has really grown for me. I was not sure how well the presentation of another Spartan would go without a Master Chief with feelings and emotions, but his eye-opening naivete was well played by Kate Kennedy.
Miranda unsuccessfully tries to clean up and translate fragments of the Sangheili language that have been seized since the beginning of the season. Even his father assures him that he will receive it, noting that it is as if there were different methods used.
When Miranda explained that it was Makee who was responsible for the killing of the crew on the abandoned boat, Make apologized but was shocked.
It is frustrating and heartbreaking, to watch any opportunity for happiness or steps on the road to recovery are brutally snatched away. Any contact he has with humanity is on fire at these times.
As Maker eagerly clings to the unknown artifact, the flowing energy roams the base, eliminating stiffness and fainting Spartans. With just one episode left, I’m excited to see where the story goes, especially at Silver Team.
Unfortunately, I’m pretty sure we won’t actually see the Halo ring this season, which means I’m not sure where the show wants to hang its audience until we get to Season 2 officially confirmed.