john 117

Spartan II teen years II
  • *John-117 and Fred-104 are sitting in their bunks and reading*
  • Sam-034: (runs in) guys, I just overheard. The girls...are having...A Pillow Fight!
  • Fred-104: (gets up) WHAT?! Girls having a pillow fight? We have to go!
  • Sam-034: I know! (He and Fred laugh with joy) Yeah!
  • *Fred signals John to come, but he does nothing*
  • Fred-104: oh, I suppose you're too cool for-(gets hit by book John threw) ow! My brain box.
  • John-117: (smiles) you had me at "pillow fight."

“The Package” is Thel ‘Lodamee’s retelling of the event. Hear me out…

Everything is upped just a little (except for Halsey’s age). The weapons are more powerful, the lines more dramatic, and while Spartans are incredible, that was still quite the corridor they mowed through.

But consider it through ‘Lodamee’s perspective. He was the one who had captured Halsey in the first place (we learn this from The Fall of Reach adjunct), and after Blue Team had plowed through the entire fleet and ship, it was him who beat John-117. And he would have gotten the Demon too, if it hadn’t been for that meddling commander (so guys, his honor is totally intact).

Also… the Covenant that the Spartans so easily plowed through? Distinctly not Sangheili.

He doesn’t understand human aging, so that’s why Halsey looks frighteningly young. He’s somehow aware that a lot of human drama comes from romance, which is why you get the *shudders for eternity* flirting between her and John

And that’s why we also get John’s awfully cheesy line of “that Elite was strong, I have to be stronger.” Because of course ‘Lodamee left such an impression on the Demon that he was on his mind long after the battle.

“The Package” is totally a dramatic retelling that ‘Lodamee was certain he was going to carve into his family’s Saga.

Master chief readies his team
  • John-117: Kelly, Linda, Fred. Gear up, we've got a new mission, and it's gonna need all our skills.
  • Fred-104: (tosses combat knife at practice dummy)
  • John-117: (unimpressed) oh, you can throw a knife. But you know what you can't throw? A party! For my birthday! WHICH WAS WEDNESDAY! (Sobs) I REMEMBERED YOURS!
Halo: John-117 "The Master Chief" [ISTP]


Introverted Thinking(Ti): Chief is solitary and prefers to work alone and stay with his thoughts. In spite of his many achievements he still holds the rank of Petty officer as he has trouble following orders that he thinks are wrong. He disobeys Protocol quite frequently and goes rogue in Halo 5 to search for Cortana. He is very logical and calm even when facing great odds, he manages to calmly figure out a logical solution to the problem at hand. He is always known to do the ‘right thing’ which is basically whatever he thinks is right.Chief also has a very dry sense of humor 

Extroverted Sensing(Se):Chief is in touch with his physical surroundings and is a quick thinker. In Halo 2 He quickly thinks of a solution to use the Covenant’s bomb against their own ship. He is a great hand to hand combatant and can quickly figure out how to use any weapon on the battlefield from energy swords to guns. He is a doer and lets his actions do the talking more than his mouth.

Introverted Intuition(Ni): Chief usually builds upon his plan on the move perfecting it step by step. He uses the bomb on the covenant ship then plans to land on a UNSC ship perfecting this as he gets the bomb into position.(Not much material in games which shows Ni otherwise)

Extroverted Feeling(Fe):Chief isn’t expressive of his emotions and prefers to bury them. He cares deeply for people but has difficulty expressing it. He also keeps the promise he made to Cortana to rescue her from the Gravemind. Once, in a rare occasion, when many unarmed civilians are slaughtered he gets enraged and kills every covenant soldier responsible for it. . He is usually very stoic.