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Haloid 1 by MrWhitefolks Haloid 1 by MrWhitefolks
A 'mash-up' image wherein I attempted to mix the characters of Halo with Metroid. Also, this is very VERY raw - not a lot of the standard post production effects work.

*Master Chief is copyright by Microsoft, while Samus is copyrighted by Nintendo*
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WhIppIng-b0y Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2014
Samus better watch her butt. Those little balloon guys could kill her easily since she's without her suit.
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Therisont Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014
BREATHING near flood can get you killed.

You need a filtered helmet and full body coverage to go into battle with the flood absolute minimum just to not pick up spores.
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WhIppIng-b0y Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014
Hm, never heard that one. Makes me wonder why the human marines and maskless covenant seem completely unaffected in the games. :confused:
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Therisont Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014
It's one of the things they never bother with in games.
Much like how in game, being shot in the weapon can hurt and kill you, regular humans can casually flip vehicles, Chief has 90 minutes of air in his armor, but can be in space for infinite amounts of time and dies immediately in bodies of water.

It's something that really only is considered in the lore of the books.
In some of the animated stuff, even if your wearing armor so much as a swipe from them is infectious if it cuts to the skin.
And.. they kind of have to be well rooted to do stuff like spread spores, like they only really start once they plastering the walls with flood goop, nor is it as immediately successful as just being assault by flood combat or infection forms.

Though, Samus MIGHT be immune to the flood. Metroids have the ability to consume an invisible "life energy" of what they prey one, This ability is lethal to anything NOT wearing a heavy duty shielded power suit in a matter of a couple seconds. This ability works on anything caught in it's Maw, or inside it's body. Samus inherited the ability in the latest game in the timeline, which rendered her immune to a similar parasite to the Flood, the X-parasite. She would use the energy absorbed from the X to restore her own armor's energy supplies.
Bare in mind, purely speculative though, can't really be proven.
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WhIppIng-b0y Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014
Wow, a bit o' readin' thar.

Sounds like Halo has some holes to cover ;)

As fer Samus, I can see why she could be immune to it.
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thisrandomguythere Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2012
no Metroid flood forms? oh well still awesome
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Phathas Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013
probably couldn't happen.

Metroids are an energy based life form, Flood feed off organic based life forms.
the metroid's ability to drain life energy could very easily render them immune to flood assimilation.
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SPARTAN22294 Featured By Owner May 19, 2012
IT'S IS VERY GOOD AND I HATE THE FLOOD.
AND I GOT AN IDEA ABOUT HOW MASTER CHIEF AND SAMUS FIRST MET LIKE IN PREDATORS THE NEW MOVIE, THEY WERE CAPTURED THE PREDATORS LIKE IN THE MOVIE PREDATORS.
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CaptainCorde Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2012
Nice, but why is Samus using UNSC weapons?
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thisrandomguythere Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2013
good point i think her weapons would be very effective
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