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Writer of the Year 2017: S-D379
Nick A077 IB

Winner of the 2017 Best SPARTAN/Heroic Article award.

Oh hey there pal!! I'm S-D379, commonly called around here as CB379 or just CB for short. That's derived from my previous username Coolbuddy379, which might be the weirdest username you'll ever see, that's because my 12-year old self back then couldn't get any better ideas... anyways, welcome to my userpage where ye shall find salvation my works! You can call me S-D379, D379, Coolbuddy379, Coolbuddy, CB379 or just CB (More nicks than anyone else, I know). But, out of all seriousness, do NOT call me 'Cool' (Seriously, don't). Nobody calls me Cool, except for one pal... whatever.

Currently, I'm working on my expanded universe, the Novum Acies. It's simply the one expanded universe in which all of my in-universe articles are part of, so you can't really join it; it's not open for other users. But it's open for all users to give feedback, though; it's appreciated since it helps me in making the universe better. And oh, crossovers are welcome. I love crossovers.

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Previous recipients: Sev40 (2016) • Minuteman 2492 (2015) • Brodie-001 (2014) • Stellar Elite (2013) • Actene (2012)

Mythic Article of the Year: Gilgamesh Free State by Minuteman 2492
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The Gilgamesh Free State was an Insurrectionist secessionist government on the colony of Gilgamesh. Initially established in 2502 as the Gilgamesh Free Army, it was composed mainly of Colonial Military Administration personnel who had been separated from the CMA after the organization's involvement with the Insurrection went public. Quickly incorporating other small rebel groups, by 2524, the organization had control over many of the frontier settlements on the colony, and was rechristened as the Gilgamesh Free State in 2525. With the Human-Covenant War diverting the attention of the United Nations Space Command elsewhere, Gilgamesh became almost completely lawless, and the GFS began expanding, coercing the various criminal syndicates into working to keep order within the Free State's new territory.

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Legendary Article: Gilgameshan honey bee • Heroic Articles: Tyler-A319 and Edmond Dahm

Good Articles: Palamok

The Yanme'e homeworld has always been a mystery for the UNSC, with the complex language developed by the native Yanme'e and their superhuman abilities only making it harder to fully describe and understand the environment that they evolved in. This, coupled with its location deep within former Covenant territory and the rarity the Covenant talk about their homeworlds meant that even the most basic information - its size, terrain, even its name - were locked outside of Humanity's grasp for a long time. Yet all that did was amplify the awe given off by it was finally revealed to the UNSC. While only slightly less than twice the size of Earth, its gravitational pull was more than double that of almost any other inhabited planets. Four moons orbit the planet, causing extreme tidal changes on the surface of the oceans, yet the planet itself was incredibly stable, experiencing only a small handful of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes every year. Coupled with the native life-forms on the surface, there is nothing that won't shock even the most prepared visitor.

As the Yanme'e homeworld, their lust for combat has created several unnatural scars across its surface. The quest to gain the largest territory of all the other thousands of hives mean that whenever one conflict ends, another dispute rises elsewhere in another location. Though it has the largest cultural diversification of any Yanme'e colony, this double-edged sword is too often seen as yet another excuse to wipe each other out.

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Fanon of the Month Fanon of the Month has returned! Everyone can nominate and vote for articles that deserve recognition here! This month's Featured Article is: The Silent Garden by Distant Tide.

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Fanon of the Month — April 2018: The Silent Garden
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"According to what little knowledge we've learned from the ancient Forerunner civilization, the Domain, a vast galactic communications network, existed on both the physical and a metaphysical plane. How this is possible remains a mystery to us. What little we know about the Domain is about as valuable to the Forerunners as toilet-paper is to us - meaning, "no shit." It's how we came across the concept of this "Silent Garden," a room within an individual and a room within the Domain all at once. It was a place of retreat during deep meditation or lucid sleep. It appears Warrior-Servants, the Forerunners' military sect, were the primary users of this space, often employed in the event a warrior was gravely injured - their minds would retreat to this personal haven of sanctitude. The location is often described as a familial, neural crypt defined by the will of the user and contained residual memories of the person and the Greater Domain while speaking whispers of prophecy. Whether that last part is true or not is up for debate. As well as much the entire concept of the Domain and this Garden too."
ONI Xeno-Materials Exploitation Group discussion notes.

There were some things that a technological-advanced civilization might take for granted that lesser beings may watch in awe, even going as far to claim unattainable but definite concepts as "magic." The Covenant wrote such simple concepts like the Silent Garden as little more than mince words in their religious fervor. They saw no use for powers that gave no boon to the grandest of achievements, the Great Journey. Humanity, on the other hand, has sought after all forms of ancient technology as a means of uplifting the species to greater heights, no matter how trivial.

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