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We worked hard on that. The San'Shyuum helped assuage the Sangheili by informing them of the Great Journey : by seeking out the Holy Rings scattered throughout the galaxy and utilizing them, a "Great Journey" would transform believers into godlike beings.

Its first canto clearly outlines the nature of the Covenant from the perspective of the Prophets. Being one of the few races in the Covenant to achieve space-faring status without outside intervention, Sangheili interaction with the San'Shyuum was initially strained due to memories of the recent war.

Many Sangheili felt that the Writ of Union meant surrender to the San'Shyuum, although most never voiced these concerns.

During their membership in the Covenant, the Sangheili were simply put, technological and societal equals of the San'Shyuum. However, for a significant period, they found themselves as the dominant military muscle for the entire Covenant structure - hardly surprising given the warlike, feudal nature of their homeworld.

What was surprising was the cyclical stability this feudal society was able to offer. Technological and medical advancement prospered, and the intelligent, aggressive Sangheili were peerless until they encountered the San'Shyuum.

With exchange of goods and ideas, the Sangheili adapted to and eventually embraced the Covenant religion, grafting its tenets to their own belief system.

When the Prophets declared war on a previously unknown species called humans , the Sangheili followed their lead without question. After a period of time, however, even though the Prophets insisted that the humans were "unclean beings" that must be eliminated from the galaxy, some seasoned Sangheili veterans began to question the refusal of the Prophets to even consider accepting the humans into the Covenant.

They seem to believe that humans, although physically weak, at least compared to themselves, are brave and even honorable.

As such, these few Sangheili believed that humans should be offered admittance to the Covenant due their ability to put up a fight on the ground.

These Sangheili admired how willing and brave the humans were when fighting to survive against outright extinction, they even respected to a certain degree those few soldiers who were willing to stay behind and cover their comrades from a Covenant attack.

A few Sangheili even had more respect for the humans than they did for the San'Shyuum before the Great Schism. During the final months of the Human-Covenant War, the political shift caused by the High Prophet of Truth and Tartarus , the Chieftain of the Jiralhanae , started a slippery slope that ended in the dissolution of the Covenant between the Sangheili and the San'Shyuum.

Originally, the Jiralhanae were viewed as savagely aggressive and extremely goal-oriented, which the Sangheili viewed as a serious threat should the Brutes ever begin to desire political power.

This fear became reality when the Honor Guards of the Prophets, originally an all-Sangheili class, were transformed into a duty of the Brutes. This was directly caused by the death of the High Prophet of Regret at the hands of John, the human "Demon", despite Regret's protection from his personal squad of Sangheili Honor Guardsmen.

Soon the Jiralhanae found themselves in new positions of power, becoming veritable replacements for the Sangheili. During the concurrent Battle of Installation 05 and the Fall of High Charity , the Jiralhanae had begun to massacre the Sangheili under Truth's orders.

From this, they learned that the Prophets' promises of the Great Journey were false causing further turmoil. These events led the entire Sangheili species to secede from the Covenant, unified to bring down the empire that had betrayed them.

The secession included a movement to destroy the treacherous Jiralhanae and High Prophets, and the destruction of the Flood at all costs, eventually resulting in an alliance between the Fleet of Retribution and humanity.

The Great Schism stretched from the human homeworld, Earth , all the way back to Sanghelios as the Sangheili attempted to wrest their share of the hegemony away from their new-found enemies.

The Jiralhanae stepped in to fill the military void in ever increasing numbers, sensing the vacuum and opportunity left by the departure of the Sangheili.

After the Battle of Earth , the Sangheili and humans managed to stop and subsequently kill the Prophet of Truth, effectively dissolving the Covenant.

However, the Sangheili and humans were coerced to deal with a more massive threat; the Flood. Finally, the Arbiter and the Master Chief, after activating the newly constructed replacement Halo ring , effectively ending the Flood threat.

Following the destruction of the Covenant, Sangheili society plunged into crisis. Already lacking centralized governance and splintered to independent city-states spread across several dozen major colonies, [27] they fractured into multiple infighting factions with varying ideas on how to run their society, despite their ongoing war with the Jiralhanae.

This was largely due to the fact they had become reliant of the Prophets during the millennia of the Covenant's existence.

As they regained their independence, they were forced to re-learn to manage their society on their own, without the direction of the Prophets or the manual labor provided by the other client races.

During this time, Arbiter Thel 'Vadam managed to gather a sizable alliance of keeps under the banner of the Swords of Sanghelios , which became the preeminent governmental entity among the Sangheili.

As the Great Schism went on, the Sangheili continued their fight against the Jiralhanae. This was proving largely unsuccessful and the Sangheili were accepting serious losses.

Without the Covenant to provide them with ships, technology, and repairs, they slowly lost warships and technologies they could not repair or replace.

After the San'Shyuum went into hiding, the Sangheili began to prevail against the Jiralhanae, who in turn began to fight among themselves.

Having abandoned the Covenant, the Sangheili were now in a state of mass confusion in regards to their religion, because even though the San'Shyuum lied to them, they had still given them purpose for their actions.

Many Sangheili were still religiously devoted to the Forerunners and were attempting to uncover the meaning of their faith.

Although Arbiter Thel 'Vadam campaigned for peace between the two species across various Sangheili states, many Sangheili continued to view humans with suspicion, perceiving them as a threat and wanting to destroy them once and for all.

This was to ensure the Sangheili would not pose a threat to humanity again, in spite of the UNSC's alliance with the Arbiter's faction.

ONI's aid allowed the Servants of the Abiding Truth to amass enough weapons to begin an all-out insurrection against 'Vadam and his allies in early Meanwhile, however, ONI's efforts also backfired; partially as a result of their actions the Sangheili Jul 'Mdama began a personal quest against humanity, forming a Sangheili-led reconstituted Covenant mainly from ex-Covenant forces.

Four years after the battle at the Ark, this group launched an invasion on the Forerunner shield world Requiem , intending to find and awaken the Didact , a Forerunner Promethean they revered as a living god.

In spite of ONI's underhanded mission, relations between humanity and Sangheili at large continued to be amicable. The UNSC and Swords of Sanghelios participated in joint operations, including the Mission to Installation 00 , where they successfully prevented the reactivation of the Halo Array and an attack on Earth.

In one notable incident , nine members from the aforementioned terrorist organization infiltrated Richard Sekibo 's delegation at a peace summit on the colony world of Biko.

They intended to assassinate Sekibo and a Sangheili delegation while framing the Sangheili of the crime. The assassination attempt was foiled by Spartan John though Sekibo was mortally wounded.

Unfortunately, the truth was covered up and John was used as a scapegoat to hide the UEG's laxity towards preventing the attack, much to the frustration of the Sangheili delegation.

Later John's name was cleared. During the crisis that followed the dissolution of the Covenant, some Sangheili sought asylum on Earth. In , at least one settlement of former-Covenant races was based in the South American city of Rio de Janeiro.

In one notable incident, the Office of Naval Intelligence deployed three prowlers to trail the allied Sangheili assault carrier Shadow of Intent.

All three stealth vessels were reported destroyed under unclear circumstances; the losses were not reported to UNSC Naval authorities.

However, the negotiations were put on hold due to an attack by New Colonial Alliance mercenaries. Sanghelios became a safe haven for surviving UNSC forces after the Created took control of Earth and most human colonies.

Sangheili are physically imposing beings, typically standing more than a foot taller than the average human.

They are vaguely reptilian in overall appearance, with leathery skin, reverse-jointed legs and sharp claws and teeth.

Their large hands have two fingers and two thumbs. Their most distinguishing trait is their jaw structure, which is made up of four separate mandibles attached to their face.

Sangheili are intelligent, agile, and strong, and are often characterized by their bravery and honor. Sangheili warriors augment these natural abilities further through use of energy shields integrated into their armor.

Depending upon rank and mission objective, they are commonly seen in battle with plasma rifles , carbines , needlers , needle rifles , along with their cultural signature weapons, energy swords.

Sangheili employ coffin-like orbital insertion pods as well as Spirit and Phantom dropships for military transit purposes and rapid-response operations.

Historically, Sangheili have followed the Covenant mentality of maintaining hatred towards humanity, believing them to be an affront to their religion and a challenge towards the Great Journey.

However, many Sangheili were able to put this animosity aside when an alliance of Sangheili joined the UNSC during their expedition to the Ark.

After the Human-Covenant War, many Sangheili are still distrustful of humanity and some still wage war against them.

Nonetheless a large number of Sangheili, most notably those loyal to Thel 'Vadam , have attempted to form steady alliances with their former enemies.

Sangheili are muscular and very tall, usually standing between 2. Mandible and upper jaw structure along with teeth shape and numbers result from different phenotypes; however they do not indicate reproductive isolation.

Adult Sangheili mandibles can be found in varying shapes, sizes, and ranges of dexterity, and are as distinctive as a human fingerprint.

Sangheili smell with the use of two nostrils, each slightly in front of and below the eye socket. Given their predatory nature, a Sangheili's sense of smell is likely very developed.

Despite the Sangheili jaw structure, they are able to pronounce the letter "M" without difficulty, a fact that human scientists have been unable to explain.

Their hands are tetradactyl , each having two fingers in the middle and an opposing thumb on either side. Contrary to what their anatomy might suggest, Sangheili could release a loud, sharp and piercing whistle by placing their thumbs on the same hand into their mouths and blowing through the narrow gap.

This arrangement possibly allows them to run very quickly and jump large distances, compared to ordinary humans and other Covenant races. They also appear to have a double set of pectoral muscles, which contributes to their incredible strength.

On the other hand, their digitigrade stance makes it difficult for them to climb vertical constructs such as ladders.

Sangheili have a binary circulatory system [49] [50] that pumps indigo-colored blood. They breathe oxygen and their homeworld has a nitrogen-oxygen atmosphere comparable to Earth's, allowing them to breathe the same atmosphere as humans.

Sangheili cannot breathe molecular nitrogen. They are shown to have an esophagus and intestines, [52] and are also depicted to have an anus. Most Sangheili have leathery skin covered in many part by scales.

Young Sangheili have pale protective scales hanging from their necks that they lose with age, an evolutionary leftover from the days when Sangheili parents used to carry their offspring in their jaws.

They have forward-facing eyes with vertical slits and horizontal eyelids much like those of terrestrial reptiles, [55] [note 2] likely giving them high-resolution central vision and depth perception.

Their eyes can have multiple colours ranging from red all the way to green and can be even gray. Most Sangheili though possess yellow or orange eyes.

Sangheili exhibit minor sexual dimorphism, with the females being slightly smaller than the males. Although Sangheili are naturally very intelligent, their culture's long dependence on a military-industrial schema has led to an emphasis on might over science.

In some regards, the advent of the Covenant made this position easier, allowing the Sangheili to concentrate even more monomanically on military endeavors, while Prophets took care of science and technology.

In addition, despite their warrior culture being the most well-known, it has been noted that the Sangheili actually have almost innumerable roles within their society, from political entities like kaidons and keep elders all the way to the more technical artisan-engineers and farmers.

Raised from childhood to be warriors, other societal roles are treated as secondary endeavors or even hobbies. Doctors are considered outright dishonorable as they "spill blood" outside the battlefield; [68] despite this, the Sangheili are known to employ advanced medical technology [10] that is superior to humanity's.

Instead, Huragok and other species are employed as medical personnel. Most injuries sustained by the Sangheili can easily be treated by the medical technology employed by the species, otherwise they accept their fate.

However, Sangheili hold disdain for using medical technology to treat themselves and some personally would rather suffer through their injury or die.

There is evidence of this being overturned, however. A prominent example of this martial focus is that only aristocrats are allowed to wield energy swords and that sword-wielders are then no longer eligible for marriage; however, they may breed with any female they choose, married or otherwise, to ensure successful transmission of "swordsman" genes.

Many Sangheili children are trained in basic swordsmanship early on, both for personal development and for them to be capable of using a sword later in life if necessary.

Within the military, an aristocratic title is not necessary for wielding an energy sword. Military promotion among the Sangheili is by merit.

A Sangheili soldier must succeed to advance among the ranks, with this success being measured in combat kills. A Sangheili near the top of the military hierarchy may have personally slaughtered thousands of individuals to reach that status.

In the case of Ripa 'Moramee , a particularly brutish Sangheili was appointed as Arbiter, both for his martial ability and for his unquestioning obedience to the Prophets.

Historically the Sangheili have considered most other species to be inferior to them, both culturally and in fighting skill; this thinking has caused Sangheili to treat other species cruelly and in an arrogant manner.

This eventually led to the feud between the Sangheili and Jiralhanae. In the years following the Great Schism the Sangheili entered a period of cultural renaissance however, triggering a rethinking towards their practices under the Covenant.

This included views on medicine, [70] secularism seen in the war between the theocratic Covenant and secular Swords of Sanghelios , gender roles, [74] and technology, and there was also evidence to suggest that views on other species underwent a gradual ongoing alteration too.

It was noted that an Unggoy was able to take command of Sangheili and lead them in such a way so as to inspire respect and admiration from them.

Lydus accused Thel of engaging with the talks so that the Sangheili could simply acquire Jiralhanae resources, however Thel rebutted the notion with the idea that the Sangheili cared for more than just that.

One great indicator of the Sangheili's evolving attitudes towards other species was their interactions with humans in the decade following the end of the Human-Covenant War.

During and immediately after the conflict, many Sangheili espoused the Covenant's position towards humans as being heretics, and humans were subject to much of the same cultural arrogance from the Sangheili that the other species received; perhaps worse.

Even by , however, a growing number of human sympathizers existed among the Sangheili youth, [76] and by , the social landscape within the Swords of Sanghelios appeared drastically different with regards to humans.

Specific examples include the development of a GEN-2 Mjolnir variant known as Helioskrill armor by a Sangheili weaponsmith, [77] training programs involving Spartan-IVs and Swords of Sanghelios troops in the ANVIL Initiative, [78] joint-operations between UNSC and Swords of Sanghelios in the joint-occupation zone against pirate raiders, cooperative weapons and technology research and development Such as with regards to the Needler [35] and the ANUBIS-class Mjolnir variant's enhanced sensors [77] as well as other cooperative endeavors between the two powers Archivist teams [35] and Zeta Halo containment efforts [79].

The obvious practical nature of much of these endeavors strongly implies that the Sangheili have come to view humans as a worthy investment, investor and ally, which is in stark contrast to their culture of 10 years past.

Even in more remote locations on Sangheili colonies the culture appeared to be undergoing remarkable change.

It was noted by Olympia Vale during her travel to Khael'mothka that she met many Sangheili who had become tired of the war and who were intrigued by the idea of a human staying with them.

There were of course those who would try to harm Vale if they could, however she learned who to stay away from and for the most part found herself in no personal jeopardy.

There were of course many who refused to change their ways, such as Jul' Mdama's Covenant, and this was highlighted by the Sangheili civil war.

However as of the emergence of the Created , the Covenant appear to have been almost entirely wiped out by Swords of Sanghelios forces [81] implying that progressive factions in Sangheili society eventually won out.

The Sangheili display respect and admiration for honorable fighters, whether they are allies of the Sangheili or not; it is not unusual for the Sangheili to have such an admiration for their adversaries.

Sangheili respect and revere veterans and often follow their lead. Their history is rife with victorious combatants welcoming the defeated enemies' remaining forces into their own army, provided of course that they fought with honor.

During the Unggoy Rebellion , the most tenacious of the Unggoy who survived the conflict were admitted for the first time into previously all-Sangheili forces, much to the Prophets' discontent.

Despite their intelligence, the Sangheili often allow their obsession with honor to cloud their better judgement. The Sangheili usually employ complex strategy only if it either improves success in battle, allows them to inflict more casualties on their enemies, or if it conforms to their code of honor.

Otherwise, in both tactical and strategic combat, Sangheili generally charge their enemies with reckless aggression, regardless of any damage they sustain.

Only very seldom do they admit temporary defeat. While lower-ranked Sangheili might make numerous tactical mistakes, especially the Minors, such as standing in the open rather than taking cover, more experienced Sangheili tend to lure their enemies into traps and quickly dispatch them in close combat.

Sangheili often sustain heavy casualties in the fervor to kill, though they use their client races to screen and protect themselves.

One of the clearest examples of how zealous the Sangheili are for honor comes from when Thel 'Vadamee engaged the UNSC during his time as Supreme Commander , when Thel and two Special Operations Sangheili attacked an unarmed 3rd Battalion Reserves during the assault on the planet Camber.

When Thel saw the humans unable to defend themselves, he dropped his Type plasma rifle and activated his active camouflage so the Marines could gear up and have a chance to fight.

This was the first time the humans documented the Sangheili strive for honor, even if it endangered themselves or others. Conversely, those who favor practicality over religious fervor in combat exhibit keen tactical and strategic acumen.

The Zealots , despite being among the most fervent adherents of the Covenant's religion, use shrewd, pragmatic tactics and are willing to engage in subterfuge in lieu of open combat.

Similarly, special operators and stealth specialists use active camouflage even in combat, though most would prefer to fight outright than to skulk in shadow.

The separatist Fleet of Retribution destroyed the Prophet of Truth 's fleet , despite the latter outnumbering the former three-to-one.

Some Sangheili, such as Jul 'Mdama , see honor as more of an aspiration than a way of life and are willing to engage in deception if need be, particularly after seeing humans use such tactics to great effect.

Both systems promote death in battle as being the most honorable and proper way to die. If a warrior is critically injured, incapacitated, or captured, the only acceptable recourse is to commit ritualistic suicide, ensuring one's honor is kept intact.

This is of such importance to Sangheili warriors that even if they are incapable of killing themselves, they may request the assistance of their fellow Sangheili in doing so.

To retain his honor, a valiant Sangheili would typically commit suicide while in prison. Often when imprisoned Sangheili are freed those who have not killed themselves are executed anyway, as was the case with one of Thel 'Vadam's ancestors.

However, escaping or staging an uprising is acceptable, by the same example. Despite their martial nature, the Sangheili have reservations to the spilling of one's own blood.

This is an extension of the belief that the blood of a warrior is his essence, which is synonymous with his honor; thus, to spill one's blood is to lose one's honor.

This belief also makes visiting a doctor very shameful for some Sangheili. The Sangheili seldom view personal weapons as anything more than tools of war, and rarely attach extra importance to a weapon simply because it once belonged to a great warrior.

This was especially true during the Covenant's days, when weapons were mass-produced and warriors did not carry customized weapons. However, certain historical weapons, such as the End of Night , were so famous that they were said to possess a small part of the owner's heart, and were given names as a result.

Many Sangheili believe that a weapon is to be drawn only if it is to be used, because a drawn weapon "demands blood. For example, a Sangheili may draw his weapon when he is not sure if an incoming dropship contains friends or foes, only to deactivate it upon seeing friends exit the dropship.

As a symbolic gesture of love for his people, a Sangheili leader may choose to walk among his followers and help them in their duties, even doing what is normally considered females' work such as helping them care for eggs.

This is also done to inspire the Sangheili to work diligently so as to not be outdone by their superiors. The Sangheili have no unified government; they are splintered into numerous feudal, [91] meritocratic states.

There are usually a number of "client keeps" belonging to different clans under the leading keep's rule, [93] though a state's elders will assume the kaidon's clan name as a title signifying their position, regardless of the name of their own family keep.

In Sangheili culture, it is customary to settle disagreements with authority by assassination, though one has to use personal weapons in order for the practice to be considered honorable.

However, punishment for this form of failure was usually flexible. As such, if the elder did something honorable, such as attack the kaidon himself, or attempted to make a final stand against the kaidon, then he would probably have managed to save his family from certain death, although they might still be banished.

Family history and lineage are greatly valued, with each family having their own unique "battle poem" and " saga wall " detailing the deeds and actions of its members during times of war.

Although Sangheili society is classified as being patriarchal, [10] and while most males serve as warriors, female Sangheili hold considerable power in issues within their family keeps, including political matters, civil duties and trade, while Sangheili males are sent into service as warriors.

The status quo of gender roles in Sangheili society has lately been challenged however by the Swords of Sanghelios, as Olympia Vale noted after meeting female pilot Mahkee 'Chava.

Sangheili warriors form very close-knitted relationships, referring to their comrades as "brothers" or "sisters" and remaining intensely loyal to them.

This loyalty is shown in the custom of grieving after the death of a fallen comrade, a ritual which includes prayer for the dead warrior.

Newly hatched Sangheili are called "childlings", and as they grow older, they are then referred to as "younglings". They are not allowed to know the identity of their true fathers and are usually raised by a maternal uncle instead.

This is a method of preventing status from being inherited in order to force children to make their own way in the world so they actively work for and earn advancement, [] thus minimizing nepotism and promoting loyalty to the whole clan rather than their parents.

While traditional on Sanghelios, the custom of Sangheili children not knowing their fathers is not followed on all Sangheili-occupied worlds, particularly ones with smaller populations and tighter-knit families such as Rahnelo.

Both male and female Sangheili are taught to fight from a young age. Though only males go on to become warriors, it is believed that the females should be able to defend themselves in the event their keep is attacked.

The Sangheili language, which served as a lingua franca to the Covenant, is rather harsh and guttural to untrained ears.

While much remains unknown about its overall structure and conventions, it is known that certain sounds are largely absent from the Sangheili language due to their unique mouth structure; for example, Sangheili have difficulty pronouncing human words containing the letter "v" or ending with "p", resulting in the name "Evan Phillips" As in Dr.

Evan Phillips , a scholar of the Sangheili language being pronounced as "Efanphilliss" however, there are names in the Sangheili language that use these letters, such as "Vadam" and "Ripa".

Certain Sangheili colloquial terms have been translated by human linguists; the majority of these are derogatory in nature.

The word "Jir'a'ul" is a term of abuse for Jiralhanae, being a portmanteau of the name "Jiralhanae" and the word "a'ul," the Sangheili word for a lump of wood.

Upon first sighting human infantry, the Sangheili mistook their body armor for an exoskeletal shell. After examining dead human soldiers, the Sangheili discovered the relatively weak, fleshy creatures underneath the "shells" and came to the conclusion that they were some sort of internal parasite.

Even long after this misconception faded, the term remained in use among the Sangheili as an unflattering insult to their human enemies.

The Sangheili place great value in names and titles, and consider names to be a privilege given only to those who are worthy. The Sangheili generally regard humans as nameless, aside from generic labels, such as the "Demon" moniker for Spartans.

They resent that the humans have assigned the label "Elite" to them, along with many other, far more derogatory names, such as Squid-head, Hinge-head, and Split Lip.

A Sangheili's first name is a given name that is attained at birth and persists throughout their life. After reaching adulthood, they are given a badge name.

During the time of the Covenant, this was often composed of two core parts: an adjective describing the individual, and a family name.

Ado 'Mortumee was one practitioner of this system, where 'Mor' was his personal descriptor, and 'Tum' identified his lineage.

Thel 'Vadam, for example, was from the Vadam lineage. Some lineages, such as Vadam, have control over their own states, [91] although this is not always the case; it is typical for Sangheili of other lineages to occupy smaller keeps in a state named after another lineage.

Client keep elders within a given state typically adopt the name of the state instead of using their own family name.

This latter portion was abandoned by most Sangheili rebels during the Great Schism, as they believed that the martial focus of their culture made distinguishing military service unnecessary.

Typically, most elites followed either of the previous systems, although they were exceptions. Lengthened names, such as the prefix "Ika" which meant that the Sangheili had been an aide to a Prophet of some sort , gave them higher status among other elites.

Apart from the "-ee" suffix, the suffix "-ai" denotes swordsmanship, as with Bero 'Kusovai and Toha 'Sumai.

These more ancient family names often retain the idiosyncrasies of a more antiquated Sangheili dialect. The apostrophe in front of the clan name indicates a sound resembling a glottal stop or click.

Sanghelios is the homeworld of the Sangheili species with a population of under 4 billion as of The planet has two moons called Qikost and Suban.

As a space-faring species, the Sangheili have colonized multiple planetary entities as they ventured space, first expanding the reach of their own civilization and later that of the Covenant empire.

There are several dozen worlds considered as major centers of their civilization. Like their homeworld, the colonies house a number of independent city-states as opposed to a unified government.

Even before contact with the San'Shyuum the Sangheili had developed several types of starships like the Blockade Runner and Brigantine.

After ties deepened with Arbiter Thel 'Vadam and his Swords of Sanghelios following the Human-Covenant War, his Sangheili artisans began to reap the benefits of cheap and simple human automation aides, revelations of Forerunner language and command codes that had been locked away by the San'Shyuum, and entirely new modalities of thought and systems of investigation.

Using Forerunner knowledge reclaimed by humans a Renaissance has begun among Sangheili artisans eager to explore new avenues of knowledge, demolishing opaque rules and taboos that shackled their craft under the Covenant.

Even as the Created move to control both species and safely circumscribe their destructive tendencies it seemed inevitable that the combination of iconoclastic Sangheili artisans and insatiably curious human engineers would lead to wonders and terrors yet undreamed of.

In Sangheili culture, it is customary to promote individuals based upon their skills, abilities, and the number of casualties they inflict upon their enemy.

Should a Sangheili choose to focus primarily on combat rather than leadership, he may eventually attain the rank of Ultra , a class composed of the most skilled Sangheili infantry.

A further advancement in the ranks is the rank of a General. They have been observed personally leading both warships and infantry on the battlefield.

One of the highest ranks attainable by a Sangheili, an Imperial Admiral bestows the control of large combined fleets and operate on powerful capital warships, such as an assault carrier or supercarrier.

Rather than require groundside combat proficiency, they are requested to be tactically excellent and to hold a great influence over the vastly numerous troops within their command.

These military titles are retained for individuals who have garnered enough field experience and are not based on their military ranks.

Managed under the Ministry of Fervent Intercession , the Zealots are a specialized group of Sangheili tasked with the search and recovery of Forerunner artifacts.

In addition to artifact retrieval, the Zealots can also serve in other command roles. The Special Warfare Group is a military organization responsible for overseeing all special operations for the purposes of achieving the objectives for the previous Covenant body.

A part of Covenant's Fleet Security, the Rangers are a group of Sangheili specializing in zero-gravity, exoatmospheric environment and extra-vehicular space combat.

The Fleet Security's cover units are the Stealth Sangheili. Their role focuses on acquisition of intelligence and strategic countermeasures than direct combat.

Like the Special Operations, they utilize active camouflage in their operation. The Ossoona , or "Eyes of the Prophets", is a subset that operates under the Stealth Sangheili for the purposes of information gathering on enemy weapons and military data.

After the collapse of the old Covenant empire, the role of Rangers persists in the Covenant remnant faction led by Jul 'Mdama. The division is controlled by the Special Operations Commander.

Special Operations Sangheili operate in small squads and boast superior shielding system and active camouflage. The Ascetics are a special group of Sangheili devoted to ensuring stability and purity within Covenant society.

Instead, they were reconstituted as an organization under the Ministry of Abnegation. The wake of the Great Schism brought the return of the Ascetics as an independent group.

Concept art of a Sangheili with a point defense gauntlet. An early Sangheili during Halo: Combat Evolved 's production in A Zealot prepares to lunge in Halo: Combat Evolved.

A Sangheili multiplayer character model wielding an Energy Sword. A Sangheili in Halo Wars: Genesis. Model concept art of a Sangheili Minor from Halo Wars.

Sangheili in Halo Legends : Origins. Concept art of a Sangheili in Halo Legends: Homecoming. Special Operations Sangheili in Headhunters.

Henry in The Mona Lisa. Concept art of a Sangheili for Halo: Reach , showing some planned anatomical features such as the additional claws or the skin braids.

The model of an armorless Sangheili in Halo: Reach via a hologram glitch. Zef 'Trahl , a Sangheili mercenary in Halo: Escalation.

Rtas 'Vadum inspiring his fellow Sangheili in Halo 2: Anniversary. Ancient Sangheili being led by an Arbiter in Halo 2: Anniversary 's terminals.

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They are shown to have an esophagus and intestines, [52] and are also depicted to have an anus. Most Sangheili have leathery skin covered in many part by scales.

Young Sangheili have pale protective scales hanging from their necks that they lose with age, an evolutionary leftover from the days when Sangheili parents used to carry their offspring in their jaws.

They have forward-facing eyes with vertical slits and horizontal eyelids much like those of terrestrial reptiles, [55] [note 2] likely giving them high-resolution central vision and depth perception.

Their eyes can have multiple colours ranging from red all the way to green and can be even gray. Most Sangheili though possess yellow or orange eyes.

Sangheili exhibit minor sexual dimorphism, with the females being slightly smaller than the males. Although Sangheili are naturally very intelligent, their culture's long dependence on a military-industrial schema has led to an emphasis on might over science.

In some regards, the advent of the Covenant made this position easier, allowing the Sangheili to concentrate even more monomanically on military endeavors, while Prophets took care of science and technology.

In addition, despite their warrior culture being the most well-known, it has been noted that the Sangheili actually have almost innumerable roles within their society, from political entities like kaidons and keep elders all the way to the more technical artisan-engineers and farmers.

Raised from childhood to be warriors, other societal roles are treated as secondary endeavors or even hobbies. Doctors are considered outright dishonorable as they "spill blood" outside the battlefield; [68] despite this, the Sangheili are known to employ advanced medical technology [10] that is superior to humanity's.

Instead, Huragok and other species are employed as medical personnel. Most injuries sustained by the Sangheili can easily be treated by the medical technology employed by the species, otherwise they accept their fate.

However, Sangheili hold disdain for using medical technology to treat themselves and some personally would rather suffer through their injury or die.

There is evidence of this being overturned, however. A prominent example of this martial focus is that only aristocrats are allowed to wield energy swords and that sword-wielders are then no longer eligible for marriage; however, they may breed with any female they choose, married or otherwise, to ensure successful transmission of "swordsman" genes.

Many Sangheili children are trained in basic swordsmanship early on, both for personal development and for them to be capable of using a sword later in life if necessary.

Within the military, an aristocratic title is not necessary for wielding an energy sword. Military promotion among the Sangheili is by merit.

A Sangheili soldier must succeed to advance among the ranks, with this success being measured in combat kills.

A Sangheili near the top of the military hierarchy may have personally slaughtered thousands of individuals to reach that status. In the case of Ripa 'Moramee , a particularly brutish Sangheili was appointed as Arbiter, both for his martial ability and for his unquestioning obedience to the Prophets.

Historically the Sangheili have considered most other species to be inferior to them, both culturally and in fighting skill; this thinking has caused Sangheili to treat other species cruelly and in an arrogant manner.

This eventually led to the feud between the Sangheili and Jiralhanae. In the years following the Great Schism the Sangheili entered a period of cultural renaissance however, triggering a rethinking towards their practices under the Covenant.

This included views on medicine, [70] secularism seen in the war between the theocratic Covenant and secular Swords of Sanghelios , gender roles, [74] and technology, and there was also evidence to suggest that views on other species underwent a gradual ongoing alteration too.

It was noted that an Unggoy was able to take command of Sangheili and lead them in such a way so as to inspire respect and admiration from them.

Lydus accused Thel of engaging with the talks so that the Sangheili could simply acquire Jiralhanae resources, however Thel rebutted the notion with the idea that the Sangheili cared for more than just that.

One great indicator of the Sangheili's evolving attitudes towards other species was their interactions with humans in the decade following the end of the Human-Covenant War.

During and immediately after the conflict, many Sangheili espoused the Covenant's position towards humans as being heretics, and humans were subject to much of the same cultural arrogance from the Sangheili that the other species received; perhaps worse.

Even by , however, a growing number of human sympathizers existed among the Sangheili youth, [76] and by , the social landscape within the Swords of Sanghelios appeared drastically different with regards to humans.

Specific examples include the development of a GEN-2 Mjolnir variant known as Helioskrill armor by a Sangheili weaponsmith, [77] training programs involving Spartan-IVs and Swords of Sanghelios troops in the ANVIL Initiative, [78] joint-operations between UNSC and Swords of Sanghelios in the joint-occupation zone against pirate raiders, cooperative weapons and technology research and development Such as with regards to the Needler [35] and the ANUBIS-class Mjolnir variant's enhanced sensors [77] as well as other cooperative endeavors between the two powers Archivist teams [35] and Zeta Halo containment efforts [79].

The obvious practical nature of much of these endeavors strongly implies that the Sangheili have come to view humans as a worthy investment, investor and ally, which is in stark contrast to their culture of 10 years past.

Even in more remote locations on Sangheili colonies the culture appeared to be undergoing remarkable change. It was noted by Olympia Vale during her travel to Khael'mothka that she met many Sangheili who had become tired of the war and who were intrigued by the idea of a human staying with them.

There were of course those who would try to harm Vale if they could, however she learned who to stay away from and for the most part found herself in no personal jeopardy.

There were of course many who refused to change their ways, such as Jul' Mdama's Covenant, and this was highlighted by the Sangheili civil war.

However as of the emergence of the Created , the Covenant appear to have been almost entirely wiped out by Swords of Sanghelios forces [81] implying that progressive factions in Sangheili society eventually won out.

The Sangheili display respect and admiration for honorable fighters, whether they are allies of the Sangheili or not; it is not unusual for the Sangheili to have such an admiration for their adversaries.

Sangheili respect and revere veterans and often follow their lead. Their history is rife with victorious combatants welcoming the defeated enemies' remaining forces into their own army, provided of course that they fought with honor.

During the Unggoy Rebellion , the most tenacious of the Unggoy who survived the conflict were admitted for the first time into previously all-Sangheili forces, much to the Prophets' discontent.

Despite their intelligence, the Sangheili often allow their obsession with honor to cloud their better judgement.

The Sangheili usually employ complex strategy only if it either improves success in battle, allows them to inflict more casualties on their enemies, or if it conforms to their code of honor.

Otherwise, in both tactical and strategic combat, Sangheili generally charge their enemies with reckless aggression, regardless of any damage they sustain.

Only very seldom do they admit temporary defeat. While lower-ranked Sangheili might make numerous tactical mistakes, especially the Minors, such as standing in the open rather than taking cover, more experienced Sangheili tend to lure their enemies into traps and quickly dispatch them in close combat.

Sangheili often sustain heavy casualties in the fervor to kill, though they use their client races to screen and protect themselves. One of the clearest examples of how zealous the Sangheili are for honor comes from when Thel 'Vadamee engaged the UNSC during his time as Supreme Commander , when Thel and two Special Operations Sangheili attacked an unarmed 3rd Battalion Reserves during the assault on the planet Camber.

When Thel saw the humans unable to defend themselves, he dropped his Type plasma rifle and activated his active camouflage so the Marines could gear up and have a chance to fight.

This was the first time the humans documented the Sangheili strive for honor, even if it endangered themselves or others.

Conversely, those who favor practicality over religious fervor in combat exhibit keen tactical and strategic acumen.

The Zealots , despite being among the most fervent adherents of the Covenant's religion, use shrewd, pragmatic tactics and are willing to engage in subterfuge in lieu of open combat.

Similarly, special operators and stealth specialists use active camouflage even in combat, though most would prefer to fight outright than to skulk in shadow.

The separatist Fleet of Retribution destroyed the Prophet of Truth 's fleet , despite the latter outnumbering the former three-to-one.

Some Sangheili, such as Jul 'Mdama , see honor as more of an aspiration than a way of life and are willing to engage in deception if need be, particularly after seeing humans use such tactics to great effect.

Both systems promote death in battle as being the most honorable and proper way to die. If a warrior is critically injured, incapacitated, or captured, the only acceptable recourse is to commit ritualistic suicide, ensuring one's honor is kept intact.

This is of such importance to Sangheili warriors that even if they are incapable of killing themselves, they may request the assistance of their fellow Sangheili in doing so.

To retain his honor, a valiant Sangheili would typically commit suicide while in prison. Often when imprisoned Sangheili are freed those who have not killed themselves are executed anyway, as was the case with one of Thel 'Vadam's ancestors.

However, escaping or staging an uprising is acceptable, by the same example. Despite their martial nature, the Sangheili have reservations to the spilling of one's own blood.

This is an extension of the belief that the blood of a warrior is his essence, which is synonymous with his honor; thus, to spill one's blood is to lose one's honor.

This belief also makes visiting a doctor very shameful for some Sangheili. The Sangheili seldom view personal weapons as anything more than tools of war, and rarely attach extra importance to a weapon simply because it once belonged to a great warrior.

This was especially true during the Covenant's days, when weapons were mass-produced and warriors did not carry customized weapons. However, certain historical weapons, such as the End of Night , were so famous that they were said to possess a small part of the owner's heart, and were given names as a result.

Many Sangheili believe that a weapon is to be drawn only if it is to be used, because a drawn weapon "demands blood. For example, a Sangheili may draw his weapon when he is not sure if an incoming dropship contains friends or foes, only to deactivate it upon seeing friends exit the dropship.

As a symbolic gesture of love for his people, a Sangheili leader may choose to walk among his followers and help them in their duties, even doing what is normally considered females' work such as helping them care for eggs.

This is also done to inspire the Sangheili to work diligently so as to not be outdone by their superiors. The Sangheili have no unified government; they are splintered into numerous feudal, [91] meritocratic states.

There are usually a number of "client keeps" belonging to different clans under the leading keep's rule, [93] though a state's elders will assume the kaidon's clan name as a title signifying their position, regardless of the name of their own family keep.

In Sangheili culture, it is customary to settle disagreements with authority by assassination, though one has to use personal weapons in order for the practice to be considered honorable.

However, punishment for this form of failure was usually flexible. As such, if the elder did something honorable, such as attack the kaidon himself, or attempted to make a final stand against the kaidon, then he would probably have managed to save his family from certain death, although they might still be banished.

Family history and lineage are greatly valued, with each family having their own unique "battle poem" and " saga wall " detailing the deeds and actions of its members during times of war.

Although Sangheili society is classified as being patriarchal, [10] and while most males serve as warriors, female Sangheili hold considerable power in issues within their family keeps, including political matters, civil duties and trade, while Sangheili males are sent into service as warriors.

The status quo of gender roles in Sangheili society has lately been challenged however by the Swords of Sanghelios, as Olympia Vale noted after meeting female pilot Mahkee 'Chava.

Sangheili warriors form very close-knitted relationships, referring to their comrades as "brothers" or "sisters" and remaining intensely loyal to them.

This loyalty is shown in the custom of grieving after the death of a fallen comrade, a ritual which includes prayer for the dead warrior.

Newly hatched Sangheili are called "childlings", and as they grow older, they are then referred to as "younglings".

They are not allowed to know the identity of their true fathers and are usually raised by a maternal uncle instead. This is a method of preventing status from being inherited in order to force children to make their own way in the world so they actively work for and earn advancement, [] thus minimizing nepotism and promoting loyalty to the whole clan rather than their parents.

While traditional on Sanghelios, the custom of Sangheili children not knowing their fathers is not followed on all Sangheili-occupied worlds, particularly ones with smaller populations and tighter-knit families such as Rahnelo.

Both male and female Sangheili are taught to fight from a young age. Though only males go on to become warriors, it is believed that the females should be able to defend themselves in the event their keep is attacked.

The Sangheili language, which served as a lingua franca to the Covenant, is rather harsh and guttural to untrained ears. While much remains unknown about its overall structure and conventions, it is known that certain sounds are largely absent from the Sangheili language due to their unique mouth structure; for example, Sangheili have difficulty pronouncing human words containing the letter "v" or ending with "p", resulting in the name "Evan Phillips" As in Dr.

Evan Phillips , a scholar of the Sangheili language being pronounced as "Efanphilliss" however, there are names in the Sangheili language that use these letters, such as "Vadam" and "Ripa".

Certain Sangheili colloquial terms have been translated by human linguists; the majority of these are derogatory in nature.

The word "Jir'a'ul" is a term of abuse for Jiralhanae, being a portmanteau of the name "Jiralhanae" and the word "a'ul," the Sangheili word for a lump of wood.

Upon first sighting human infantry, the Sangheili mistook their body armor for an exoskeletal shell. After examining dead human soldiers, the Sangheili discovered the relatively weak, fleshy creatures underneath the "shells" and came to the conclusion that they were some sort of internal parasite.

Even long after this misconception faded, the term remained in use among the Sangheili as an unflattering insult to their human enemies.

The Sangheili place great value in names and titles, and consider names to be a privilege given only to those who are worthy.

The Sangheili generally regard humans as nameless, aside from generic labels, such as the "Demon" moniker for Spartans. They resent that the humans have assigned the label "Elite" to them, along with many other, far more derogatory names, such as Squid-head, Hinge-head, and Split Lip.

A Sangheili's first name is a given name that is attained at birth and persists throughout their life. After reaching adulthood, they are given a badge name.

During the time of the Covenant, this was often composed of two core parts: an adjective describing the individual, and a family name. Ado 'Mortumee was one practitioner of this system, where 'Mor' was his personal descriptor, and 'Tum' identified his lineage.

Thel 'Vadam, for example, was from the Vadam lineage. Some lineages, such as Vadam, have control over their own states, [91] although this is not always the case; it is typical for Sangheili of other lineages to occupy smaller keeps in a state named after another lineage.

Client keep elders within a given state typically adopt the name of the state instead of using their own family name.

This latter portion was abandoned by most Sangheili rebels during the Great Schism, as they believed that the martial focus of their culture made distinguishing military service unnecessary.

Typically, most elites followed either of the previous systems, although they were exceptions. Lengthened names, such as the prefix "Ika" which meant that the Sangheili had been an aide to a Prophet of some sort , gave them higher status among other elites.

Apart from the "-ee" suffix, the suffix "-ai" denotes swordsmanship, as with Bero 'Kusovai and Toha 'Sumai.

These more ancient family names often retain the idiosyncrasies of a more antiquated Sangheili dialect. The apostrophe in front of the clan name indicates a sound resembling a glottal stop or click.

Sanghelios is the homeworld of the Sangheili species with a population of under 4 billion as of The planet has two moons called Qikost and Suban.

As a space-faring species, the Sangheili have colonized multiple planetary entities as they ventured space, first expanding the reach of their own civilization and later that of the Covenant empire.

There are several dozen worlds considered as major centers of their civilization. Like their homeworld, the colonies house a number of independent city-states as opposed to a unified government.

Even before contact with the San'Shyuum the Sangheili had developed several types of starships like the Blockade Runner and Brigantine.

After ties deepened with Arbiter Thel 'Vadam and his Swords of Sanghelios following the Human-Covenant War, his Sangheili artisans began to reap the benefits of cheap and simple human automation aides, revelations of Forerunner language and command codes that had been locked away by the San'Shyuum, and entirely new modalities of thought and systems of investigation.

Using Forerunner knowledge reclaimed by humans a Renaissance has begun among Sangheili artisans eager to explore new avenues of knowledge, demolishing opaque rules and taboos that shackled their craft under the Covenant.

Even as the Created move to control both species and safely circumscribe their destructive tendencies it seemed inevitable that the combination of iconoclastic Sangheili artisans and insatiably curious human engineers would lead to wonders and terrors yet undreamed of.

In Sangheili culture, it is customary to promote individuals based upon their skills, abilities, and the number of casualties they inflict upon their enemy.

Should a Sangheili choose to focus primarily on combat rather than leadership, he may eventually attain the rank of Ultra , a class composed of the most skilled Sangheili infantry.

A further advancement in the ranks is the rank of a General. They have been observed personally leading both warships and infantry on the battlefield.

One of the highest ranks attainable by a Sangheili, an Imperial Admiral bestows the control of large combined fleets and operate on powerful capital warships, such as an assault carrier or supercarrier.

Rather than require groundside combat proficiency, they are requested to be tactically excellent and to hold a great influence over the vastly numerous troops within their command.

These military titles are retained for individuals who have garnered enough field experience and are not based on their military ranks.

Managed under the Ministry of Fervent Intercession , the Zealots are a specialized group of Sangheili tasked with the search and recovery of Forerunner artifacts.

In addition to artifact retrieval, the Zealots can also serve in other command roles. The Special Warfare Group is a military organization responsible for overseeing all special operations for the purposes of achieving the objectives for the previous Covenant body.

A part of Covenant's Fleet Security, the Rangers are a group of Sangheili specializing in zero-gravity, exoatmospheric environment and extra-vehicular space combat.

The Fleet Security's cover units are the Stealth Sangheili. Their role focuses on acquisition of intelligence and strategic countermeasures than direct combat.

Like the Special Operations, they utilize active camouflage in their operation. The Ossoona , or "Eyes of the Prophets", is a subset that operates under the Stealth Sangheili for the purposes of information gathering on enemy weapons and military data.

After the collapse of the old Covenant empire, the role of Rangers persists in the Covenant remnant faction led by Jul 'Mdama.

The division is controlled by the Special Operations Commander. Special Operations Sangheili operate in small squads and boast superior shielding system and active camouflage.

The Ascetics are a special group of Sangheili devoted to ensuring stability and purity within Covenant society. Instead, they were reconstituted as an organization under the Ministry of Abnegation.

The wake of the Great Schism brought the return of the Ascetics as an independent group. Concept art of a Sangheili with a point defense gauntlet.

An early Sangheili during Halo: Combat Evolved 's production in A Zealot prepares to lunge in Halo: Combat Evolved.

A Sangheili multiplayer character model wielding an Energy Sword. A Sangheili in Halo Wars: Genesis. Model concept art of a Sangheili Minor from Halo Wars.

Sangheili in Halo Legends : Origins. Concept art of a Sangheili in Halo Legends: Homecoming. Special Operations Sangheili in Headhunters.

Henry in The Mona Lisa. Concept art of a Sangheili for Halo: Reach , showing some planned anatomical features such as the additional claws or the skin braids.

The model of an armorless Sangheili in Halo: Reach via a hologram glitch. Zef 'Trahl , a Sangheili mercenary in Halo: Escalation. Rtas 'Vadum inspiring his fellow Sangheili in Halo 2: Anniversary.

Ancient Sangheili being led by an Arbiter in Halo 2: Anniversary 's terminals. Rho 'Barutamee in Halo: Fleet Battles. A Sangheili General in Halo 5: Guardians.

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Halo Wars series Halo Wars. Halo Wars 2. Their long, sinewy arms end in zygodactyly hands with impressively dexterous fingers. Divided into clans composed of a tightly-knit families, Sangheili culture has historically been based around a type of feudal manorialism, with multiple allied clan being led by a kaidon who controls a fortified keep and the surrounding territory.

This system persists in modified form to the modern era, with major keeps evolving to become city-states that lead alliances of lesser kaidons.

On small colonies, a handful of keeps control the entirety of its resources, while on developed worlds, such as Sanghelios, hundreds of keeps vie for power and influence using both politics and military force.

Several hundred years prior to the formation of the Covenant , the Sangheili had developed slipspace technology and created dozens of independent colonies, though their homeworld of Sanghelios remaining central to governance and culture.

Much later, it was the Sangheili that led Covenant forces in a vicious campaign to wipe mankind out.

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