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Halo: Lone Wolf


Installation 00


Woodland forest featuring a pair of two-story bases on opposite sides of the map

Weapons on Map

Halo 3-era

  • Assault Rifle
  • Fuel Rod Gun
  • Needler
  • Magnum
  • Plasma Pistol
  • Plasma Rifle
  • Rocket Launcher
  • Shotgun
  • Sniper Rifle
  • Fragmentation Grenade
  • Plasma Grenade
Vehicles on map

Halo 3-era

  • Ghost
  • Warthog
  • Rocket Warthog
  • Scorpion
Equipment on map
  • Health Pack
Preferred Gametypes

All (With the exception of Invasion)

Recommended Number of Players



Creek is a large multiplayer map that comes in Halo: Lone Wolf. The map is clearly based on Timberland, a classic map exclusive to Halo PC.


The map features an aesthetic remix from it's parent Timberland, as the coniferous terrain of Installation 04 is replaced by a region of woodland terrain on Installation 00 (similar to that of Isolation, with improvement). A pair of two-story bases sit at opposite sides of the map, however, unlike those in Timberland, they follow the design of the ruins found on Sanctuary and Warlock; a prime example of the ancient architecture of Installation 05.

Creek follows the usual red team base, blue team base spawning conventions, allowing for exceptional Capture the Flag, Assault, and Team Slayer gameplay. Surprisingly, however, no color indicators mark which base is for which team. If one looses their way on Creek, they must first enter base and view the location on their head's up display to determine their location.

In the distance, on can make out the faint shape of Installation 00, as well as a few continents.


The following are locations on the map that are so named on the player's heads-up display during gameplay:

  • Red Base
  • Blue Base
  • Streamline
  • Western Forest
  • Eastern Forest