James Cutter – One Of The UNSC’s Finest

This week's post is going to highlight one of my favourite characters from the Halo Universe, Captain James Cutter. Captain Cutter was first introduced as the Captain of the UNSC Spirit of Fire, a retrofitted Phoenix-class support vessel, during the Halo Wars campaign. He was a reluctant commander thrust into the middle of the Human-Convenant War and... Continue Reading →

Interlude Chapter Finale

... As they exited the remains of Garrick's apartment building, they emerged onto a street that he didn't recognize: bodies lay wherever they had fallen in their flight for their lives, pockmarked holes littered the streets where rounds from the weapons had impacted, cars were either scorched or turned over for cover and filled with... Continue Reading →

Interlude Chapter – Part 5

"No thanks, I'm allergic". "More for me then" he said as he slurped back the rest of the can of peaches. The syrup overflowed from his mouth and ran down the right side of his cheek to his earlobe. He reached his uninjured hand up, tugging on the IV line and wiped the syrup away... Continue Reading →

Interlude Chapter – Part 4

It wasn't harsh, it wasn't cold, it was... peaceful. The darkness welcomed him like a long lost love and brought him into its warm embrace. There was something wrong though, it wasn't how he had imagined it. Growing up in the Catholic belt of the Northern Regions, he had been spoon fed the same bullshit... Continue Reading →

Interlude Chapter – Part 3

... He collapsed in front of the sink, blood oozing out of the wound in his shoulder and what felt like 4 or 5 cuts on his back. He couldn't tell for sure but when the projectile had impacted his skin he could feel it split apart into several smaller pieces, each one passing through... Continue Reading →

Interlude Chapter – Part 2

...   He stood there, immobile, leaning against his water cooler hidden in his kitchen closet in his boxers and t-shirt, waiting. He heard it again, the screeching he had heard earlier coming from the street, only this time it was much quieter and almost guttural in its delivery.  Back and forth, a higher pitched... Continue Reading →

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