Halo 2 Action Figures Series 9 Case. This case of 6 individually packaged 7-inch tall action figures including: 2x Red Spartan, 2x Prophet of Mercy and 2x Jackal. (Subject to change.)
The epic saga continues with Halo 2, the much anticipated sequel to the highly successful and critically acclaimed game Halo: Combat Evolved. In this sequel, the battle comes to Earth, and Master Chief, a genetically enhanced super soldier, is the only thing standing between the relentless alien Covenant and the destruction of all humankind. Each Halo 2 action figure is accurately detailed, features numerous points of articulation and includes several weapons.
Spartans, technically are part of the Spartan-II project. They are genetically, biologically and technically enhanced fighting units, standing seven feet tall and weighing half a ton in their armor. Their reflexes are unmatched, with strength and endurance quite unlike any other human and their tenacity is molded by a lifetime of conscripted military training. Spartans aer proficient in all current ballistic weapons and tactics, incursion, and modes of unarmed combat, and have extensive experience with Covenant military tech.
The venerable Hod Rumnt was elected to the Covenant High Council before either the Prophets of Truth or Regret were born. His tenure has been marked by several tense debates with Elite High Councilors over the proper dispensation of Forefunner artifacts. Mercy is considered of of the last of the Old Guard, a hard-liner who has publicly questioned the wisdom of the Prophets' demilitarization at the close of the Prophet-Elite war.
Jackals' aggressiveness and intelligence make them excellent solderis, especially snipers. While tough, Jackals have slight builds and rely on handheld energy shields in close-quarters combat. Their appearance hints at avian or repitilian heritage, but little is known about Jackals' exact physiognomy. The Jackals are unique among Covenant species. Rather than faithful followers of the Prophets' religion, they are mercenaries working for the Covenant and pay only the barest lip service to "the cause". Human encounters with Jackals have been brief and poorly documented. Rumors and fragmentary evidence point to incidents of Jackal piracy against civilian human vessels. It is assumed Jackals' Covenant masters tolerate or condone this privateering.