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Halo Covenant Forces Minifigs
Also includes an improved Halo 3 Master Chief... Warning: Heavy on decals! If decals scare you, carry a first aid kit at all times!
About this creation
NEW FOR SEPTEMBER 2009:



As you can see, I have finally caved and made grey-skinned Grunts. This is because Bungie finally went and made their skin look actually grey in Halo 3 (unfortunately). Grunts have gone from being kind of cute in a bizarre way to truly hideous beings. The Brutes, on the other hand, have become awesome. For more on this, see my Brute Chopper page.

(Want to make your own custom aliens? You can find instructions on this page! And don't forget to visit my decal shop, where you can buy the stickers I use to make mine!)



HALO 2 SERIES FROM APRIL 2007:



After a long break from building any Halo-based LEGO creations,
I recently finished these in April 2007. There are a lot of Halo
LEGO builders out there now, and I don't mind saying, many of
them had me beat. But I can step up to a little competition, so
here's my latest entry... something I've been working on for a
long time now: the glorious alien army of the Covenant! Okay, so
it's not the whole army yet, but it's at least three races from
the Covenant ranks: the Elites, Brutes, and Grunts.




The Covenant is an alliance of alien species brought together
under the flag of the Prophets, who claim to possess divine
knowledge that will lead their followers on "the Great Journey,"
which sounds vaguely like a movie I saw as a kid about two dogs
and a cat traveling to the woods to get back to their family. If
someone asks the Prophets, "Where exactly are we journeying TO?"
they simply answer "Glorious Salvation," which sounds vaguely
like the name of any old Covenant starship. It can all be very
confusing.




The Covenant are, of course, your main enemies in the Halo
series. And they're pretty awesome. One thing that sets them
apart from most sci-fi aliens you end up fighting in FPS games
is that they wear sleek, brightly-colored armor, have often very
human-like values, and do not look like zombies at all. This
makes them far more appealing than the grotesque, stereotypical
enemies in, say, Gears of War.




One race of Covenant first introduced in Halo 2 were the Brutes
(Jiralhanae, if you're a fanboy). I never thought they much fit
with the whole Covenant look, myself. For one thing, they're
hairy and mammalian, with very human-like musculature, and for
another thing, they use human like weapons consisting of solid
blades and grenade launchers. All of this makes them seem very
non-alien and non-Covenant. From what I've heard, however,
Bungie is taking some steps to fix this in Halo 3, by making the
Brutes wear more armor and fit better within the Covenant ranks.
This LEGO Brute here, however, is from Halo 2.




Before I decided to attempt to make all of my Covenant aliens to
exact minifig scale, I originally began working on a Covenant
Brute in my previous style: by decaling a regular minifig body
and making a clay head. The decals I used on the final model are
still basically the same as my original ones, only resized.




Actually one of the cooler things about the Brutes is their red
plasma rifle variation. It's awesome. Way cooler than the Brute
Shot. It probably won't make an appearance in Halo 3 though...
*sigh* Apparently most of the old Brute guns are being scrapped
in favor of new ones, like the Spiker or whatever it was called.




Far, far cooler than the Covenant Brutes are the Elites (Sangheili,
if you're a fanboy). I've been working on this new LEGO Elite
design for them for QUITE some time now. I actually started this
by simply copying the

Elite made by Danny C.
(or Mandalore, as he's known on my
forums). I have now changed it almost completely though, with
new legs, arms, head, etc. Still, thanks to Mandalore for the
original inspiration.




This particular Elite is, of course, Half-Jaw, also known as
Rtas 'Vadumee to fanboys. Don't even ask me how you pronounce
that name. Anyway, Half-Jaw is the Elite that's always hanging
out with the Arbiter and is, of course, missing two of his
mandibles. Much like Sgt. Johnson, he's actually completely
invincible.




Personally though, I'm not all that crazy about white Elites
(boring), so here are some more colorful ones for your viewing
pleasure. Sorry, no Arbiter yet! Maybe later.




Unfortunately, my new leg design does require ONE bit of part
modification... a rod cut slightly short. This is a very minor
modification, and as other LEGO builders have noted, LEGO should
really make 3-stud-long rods anyway. In fact, one day they
probably will. And then this act of part-modification will not
be a big deal at all, and I can replace it with an official un-modded
alternative.

This is my Red Elite, or Elite Major, as they are called. I like
to think of him as Rebas 'Noiproks from my Halo fan fiction.




Elites completely own Brutes, let's face it. In the Halo 3
documentary video that Bungie recently released called "Et Tu,
Brute?", there is a quick clip of an Elite dual-wielding energy
swords, who cuts off a Brute's legs, and then stabs him. Purely
awesome. Also, now that Elites really do dual-wield energy
swords, Rebas doing it in my Halo fan fiction doesn't seem like
as big of a stretch. It's been made official!

You know, Elites were way cooler when they said things like Wort
Wort Wort (it's actually Sgt. Johnson saying Go Go Go
backwards), instead of just saying stuff in English like in Halo
2...




The ninja girl in the background there is sneaking around the
Covenant ship to flip out and cut off some alien heads. Okay, so
actually she's just there because I didn't clear away the set up
for the LEGO comic I'm currently making, "So You Wanna Be An
Adventurer?" You can check it out here:

http://comics.saber-scorpion.com
Updated at least every
week, you know. Yes, I am blatantly advertising for my
non-Halo-based work here. I can't help it; my Halo pages always
get the most hits!




I also like to think of this guy as Urgas 'Konoproksee from my
Halo fan fic. Whenever I start making an Elite, I always make a
gold one first, since they're the most awesome. I have received
numerous e-mails from fans who claim that I was wrong on my
older pages about the gold armored "Zealot" Elites being the
highest rank. Some claim this honor now goes to the white ones.
Well, you're WRONG. The whites are like squad leaders, leading
individual groups, but the gold ones are in charge of whole
armies or fleets. Even the Arbiter, who according to some was
ranked Supreme Commander (perhaps the highest rank in the
Covenant military), wore gold armor at his trial. If only he'd
gotten to keep it. It looks way cooler than the Arbiter outfit.




For those of you who haven't seen him, here's my original Elite
design with the custom clay head, which was posted in 2004. He's
come quite along way since then, don't you think? I looked at
this again, and I was liek nooooo...




Another reason the Elites are far more awesome than the Brutes
is because they were intelligent enough to defy the Prophets and
betray the Covenant. Now most (if not all) of them have joined a
group of Covenant Separatists. I only hope this means we still
get to see a lot of them in Halo 3. Although actually, my
biggest wish for Halo 3 is 4-player co-op. Preferably with a
scoring system, so that players can see which one of them did
the best. Man, that would be awesome...




A good shot of the backs so that you can see that... well, they
have backs. It's barely visible, but the gold Elite does have
that weird glowing blue rune on his back that they all have.
Golden Elites are the only ones who have these, which is further
evidence that they are clearly the highest ranking Elites. Even
Half-Jaw doesn't have one... I checked!




"Wort Wort Wort!" Speaking of which, do you ever actually hear
the Elites say Wort Wort Wort in Halo 2? I've never noticed it.
That's too bad, because it was really cool. I never believed it
was really "Go Go Go" played backwards until I actually recorded
myself saying "Go Go Go!" and then PLAYED it backwards... and
yes, it did sound like Wort Wort Wort! Well, actually more like
Worg Worg Worg, but that's really more what it sounds like in
the game too...




And finally, here are my LEGO Grunts (Unggoy). Yes, this was the
sneak-preview pic I posted on my site. As you can see,
they still haven't changed much from the versions I originally
made in 2003 (shown below). That's because I still think it's a
great design! It's almost the perfect height, and the helmet
works great for both the gas-mask shape and the breathing
apparatus on the back, which ends up in exactly the right
position! The Grunts are the lowest-ranking Covenant troops,
treated as cannon fodder by the rest of the Covenant. Still,
they can be somewhat threatening in large numbers, and
apparently there was a "Grunt Rebellion" some time in the
Covenant's history, which was a big enough deal to require an
Arbiter to take care of it! And he probably died in the process
(since that's what most Arbiters do)!




My new Grunts feature longer breathing apparatuses, detailed
with decals, and custom face designs. They also have blue hands.
These are the Red and Green grunts. Red Grunts are Majors, in
command over the lowest-ranking Grunts. Green Grunts, first
introduced in Halo 2, are Gunners, specializing in setting up
and using fixed gun emplacements.




The lowest-ranking Grunts are the Minors, who wear Orange armor.
You slaughter these guys by the boatload in Halo, although they
are slightly less common in higher difficulty modes, since the
game prefers to throw stronger enemies at you.




The highest-ranking Grunts are the Ultras, who wear white armor.
They often command the Spec-Ops forces, who wear black. Before
anyone says anything: yes, I know the fuel-rod guns are a sort
of dark yellowish color in Halo 2. However, I decided to make
this one purple, since I don't think the other color fits the
Covenant guns very well, and also because I just like Halo 1
better. Pleh!




MEASURE UP! Time for me to show off the accuracy of my various
minifigs. First of all, here's my standard. I assumed that a
standard male human minifig is slightly above six feet tall,
since this is the average height of the Marines in the world of
Halo... according to Stephen Loftus. If you don't know who
Stephen Loftus is, he has a ton of

in-depth Halo pages
, including a character height comparison
chart, on which the heights of all my minifigs are based. So if
you think I got any of the heights here wrong, check his page
and take it up with him!




A comparison with my new Halo 3-style Master Chief, who stands
almost exactly seven feet tall on my scale. As you can see, I've
beefed up my Chief considerably using a modified set of green
knight plate mail from the Knights Kingdom 2 line. I've also
modified my decals considerably to fit this new body, as well as
to make the design look more in tune with Halo 3. Credit goes to

Brian Kescenovitz
(Mondaynoodle?) for originally having the
idea of cutting up a LEGO vent for use as a "belt" to make the
fig look taller.




Comparison with the Grunt. Grunts stand only a few inches above
five feet tall in the Halo game, and the tip of their breathing
apparatus comes to almost exactly six feet. My fig here is
pretty dang close. I tried not to put too much detail into the
Chief, by the way. I wouldn't want him looking like some kind of
Kubricks fig. I personally dislike Kubricks, since in my opinion
the only reason to own a deformed little LEGO-type figure is so
that you can use it in to-scale LEGO models. And Kubricks have
no bricks or scale vehicle models... just the figures. What's
the point? Why not just make action figures like JoyRide?




Enter the Elite, probably my most inaccurate minifig
height-wise. Although if you knew how long and hard I worked on
this Elite design trying to get it to LOOK good, PLAY well, and
still be as scale-accurate as possible... Anyway, the Elite is
supposed to be only slightly taller than the Master Chief, not
counting the spikes on the back of the helmet. Mine is a bit too
tall, but still not bad if you check the chart.




My Brute, however, at a height of just over eight feet, is
almost exactly the right height. Although, to be honest, they
never struck me as being that freakin' huge when I fought them
in the game. Tartarus is supposedly about as tall as the average
Hunter was in Halo 1. Hunters were also beefed up for Halo 2,
from about 9 feet tall to about TWELVE! I started working on a
Halo 2 Hunter for this set of figs, but I never was completely
satisfied with it, so I decided not to post it yet. Maybe in the
next batch...




Here are my Elite and Brute next to a Slashrim Zrillak lizardman
(in this case, Lashnar) that I made for my own universe,
Nova Refuge. I
originally planned for my LEGO Elite to be built in almost
exactly the same way as my Slashrim, which is based more closely
on Mandalore's Elite design. Apparently the Slashrim Zrillak are
considerably larger than Elites, however, standing slightly
taller than a Brute. Bah, the Helexith Coalition could take the
Covenant any day!




One must wonder what chance the Covenant stands now that they're
facing the combined power of the Master Chief and the Marines,
as well as their own Elites, Hunters, and Grunts... The Brutes
may be big, but I'd say now they're pretty much doomed!


Older Creations



The Jackal here was posted on 1/7/2004. He's made from a "Life on Mars"
alien with a decal plastered over his head. The shield can be held in
either sideways or straight-on positions. Jackals are rather dangerous
in Halo on Legendary, since they can shoot their plasma pistols at
ridiculously high rates of fire... But in Halo 2, they're downright
deadly, because now they use sniper rifles. On Legendary difficulty,
those rifles will take you down in one hit, making them easily the
most frustrating enemy in the whole game.



When I posted my Hunter on 5/11/2004, I was completely pleased with him.
And despite some expressing dissatisfaction with it, I still think it's
not a bad rendition of the Covenant's biggest alien. The torso can bend
forward and rotate, as can the head, and the arms are fully poseable as
well. The spikes on the back are made of katanas, but this allows them
to be positioned both up in attack mode and down in idle position. In
Halo 1 these big guys lobbed explosive fuel rod shots, but could be
taken out by a single well-placed shot in the fleshy part of their back
(usually with a human gun, such as the shotgun, sniper rifle, or
all-powerful pistol). In Halo 2 they are bigger, faster, their weapons weapons instead shoot intense
laser beams, and though their back is still the most sensitive, it's
tough enough to take way more than one bullet now. This model is, of
course, the Halo 1 version.




The Arbiter here was first posted 2/19/2005. He sports an improved Sculpey head decorated
with decals, including a ton of them all over his body. Since he's one
of the main characters of the game on par with Master Chief (you play
has him through like half the story), I had to keep his level of LEGO
detail even with the Spartan.


The energy sword was one weapon I simply could NOT think of a good way to
make. I tried every method I could imagine, including the popular method
of sticking blue lightsaber blades in the eye-holes of a pair of
binoculars, but none of them satisfied me. Then, I finally thought of a
method, though it was risky. But it turned out so good that I decided not
to reveal the method on my site, to keep people guessing. Many did guess
it. Others BEGGED me to tell them what it was. It's probably the number
one question I STILL get asked about over e-mail.


Well, you guys have worn out my resolve now, so here's the answer: I cut
it out of the back of a LEGO windshield using my pocket knife. This is the
type of windshield I used:
http://www.peeron.com/inv/parts/2483
I noticed that a minifig could
hold the bumpy part on the back in their hand, so I took out my knife and
just started sawing. Eventually, after much cutting and sculpting by
shaving off piece after little piece, I came up with the right shape. I
then finished the job by etching the right design on the surface of the
sword with the tip of my knife blade. So there's your answer. Be careful
if you try it at home though.



Another, easier method for making the Arbiter is shown in the comparison
shots above. I call this method the "Block Head Arbiter." His head in
the second shot consists of quite simply a 1x1 plate stuck under a 2x1
vent piece, the other end of which is stuck to the neck, and then a
decal is plastered over the top.




The only other new Covvie I made for Halo 2 was this guy : the Prophet
of Truth. At least, I think Truth was the one wearing these colors. I
get them mixed up. Actually I thought the Prophets were kind of stupid -
I was hoping the Covenant were led by something a bit more impressive
than these lame guys in Professor X wheelchairs. Oh well.


"Halo! It's divine wind will sweep through the stars!" - Prophet of
Mercy

INSTRUCTIONS for most of these models can be found HERE.

These minifigs were made using decal designs custom-drawn by me. I now provide a printing service for these decals HERE.




Comments

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  August 17, 2014
Great work! I'm a Halo fan and have been waiting for some GOOD minifigs (Other than Spartans)! 5/5
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  October 3, 2012
i thought grunts were only 3-4 feet tall?
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  October 3, 2012
Congratulations on MOTD, Justin!
  October 3, 2012
MOTD! congrats!
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  October 3, 2012
awesome! I like the elites
  September 18, 2011
Hi I'm a really big fan and, all I have to say is awsome!
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  September 5, 2010
Great job! Before halo 2 came out, I thought the covenent were led by zealots.
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  May 20, 2010
You know, Lego has those hollow cables that can be up to twelve studs long, and since they're hollow, you can cut them up easily. I think that that is more accepted as okay than slicing up a solid rod. That might fix your current dilemma with the megaphone leg design. Keep on brickin'!
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  May 20, 2010
You know, Lego has those hollow cables that can be up to twelve studs long, and since they're hollow, you can cut them up easily. I think that that is more accepted as okay than slicing up a solid rod. That might fix your current dilemma with the megaphone leg design. Keep on brickin'!
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  May 9, 2010
Hi Sabre, wow, your covenant figs are awesome! So good in fact that I made my own edited versions (I gave you full credit first, of course). Normally I hate it when people say this, but can you check my figs out please? http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/199475
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  April 9, 2010
Your minifigs and decals are most awesome ... everything is so accurate, it is simply the best ever existing .... btw first I dislike Halo 2, too. It didn't really felt like the Halo everybody knew. Of course, there are a lot of changes between the games and some were of very experimental nature, but on the whole the game is still awesome, when you get used to all the new things (I always wished back the m6d-pistol ... was overpowered but somehow great). What would the Halo series be without the awesome story and the great music of Halo 2? keep it up, your stuff is fantastic.
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  March 28, 2010
i read the nova refuge story about the lizardman on your website, about the rebellion, it matches the way that the elites in halo rebelled against the covenant, and the enomeg super soldiers in nova refuge match the spartans in halo, is it coincidence, or is halo your grand insperation? p.s this is a normal, non rhetorical question.
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  March 28, 2010
i read the nova refuge story about the lizardman on your website, about the rebellion, it matches the way that the elites in halo rebelled against the covenant, and the enomeg super soldiers in nova refuge match the spartans in halo, is it coincidence, or is halo your grand insperation? p.s this is a normal, non rhetorical question.
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  March 28, 2010
i read the nova refuge story about the lizardman on your website, about the rebellion, it matches the way that the elites in halo rebelled against the covenant, and the enomeg super soldiers in nova refuge match the spartans in halo, is it coincidence, or is halo your grand insperation? p.s this is a normal, non rhetorical question.
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  February 28, 2010
its ok
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  December 25, 2009
I love the Master Chief!
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  December 25, 2009
Impressive Covenant forces here. For your interest, Brick Forge recently made Covenant Energy Swords! I still don't understand why people would not give you a good rating. Why can't Sean have an "Excellent" rating without the "I like it", because even though a creation is impressive, you might not like anyway. Maybe you can perhaps add those Halo 3 Covenant photos here, I liked them. Nice work and keep it going.
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  December 25, 2009
Whoa! - These guys rock! Your Covenant forces sure have evolved (In a good way) over the years... They must be 'Combat Evolved'! Heh...
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  December 25, 2009
i bookmarked ur website ur awesome at makin legos i am more of a bionicle guy but i made sum lego mechs u might lik em and btw people merry christmas!:)u too saber
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  December 25, 2009
Merry Christmas MOTD :D This sure deserves it! Although I'm not too sure what the Covenant has to do with Christmas...
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  December 20, 2009
those are so awesome they're mind blowing!
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  December 2, 2009
these are perfect, this is like the best i have ever seen in the world!!!!! nice job on the energy sword!!!
Justin Saber-Scorpion Stebbins
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comander wolfgang
  December 1, 2009
i was on ur policy page on ur site how did u get the scorpian on the cape
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  October 10, 2009
Hey Scorp, I've heard Sangheili say "Wort wort wort" in Halo 2 and even Halo 3. In Halo 2, I was playing on the great journey and when I set the Councilor free, it killed a brute and screamed it. In Halo 3, I was playing on The Covenant, and I had deactivated the tower, and when I was fighting the flood afterwards, an Elite said it after killing a flood.
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  September 26, 2009
were in the world did you get energy sword i would like to know plz and ty
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  September 26, 2009
were in the world did you get energy sword i would like to know plz and ty
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  September 8, 2009
Just want to add one thing for all the people criticizing the brute/elite/grunt etcetera design.... ok, lets face it, due to the fact that they are elaborate aliens and LEGO only makes human minifigs (well mostly humans...) it is impossible to truly capture any covenant in a way that satisfies everybody.
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  September 8, 2009
I agree slightly with schluum greuber.... I mean, most of your vehicles, scenes, and character designs are amazing but the fact that 80% are encased in decals really detracts from them. I customize some things myself, but I think you should try to ease off on decals. 4/5, would have been perfect if it weren't for decals...
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  August 29, 2009
ok, very good. just one thing, i was looking in my Halo Combat Evolved handbook and guess what, hunters are 12 FEET TALL, they are 9 feet tall crouching!!!!!
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  August 2, 2009
ps have u got arbiter decals?
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  August 2, 2009
AWESOME!! ive seen all your halo stuff on your website and i agree about the unsc halo 1 armour beeing cooler than in h2 or 3.
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  July 29, 2009
The best halo mocs ever!!!!! But why did you do the unggoy blue? And why aren't you doing some Kig-yar and some Yanme'e? thanx for these beautiful mocs Alien_Hunters
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  July 27, 2009
COVENANT RULE!!!!! please send me Elite instructions!
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  July 19, 2009
I've seen all your LEGO Halo a dozen times on your site but this still kicks butt!
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  July 15, 2009
holy moley, you made the hole covenet. this is just amazing (where do you get your decals?)
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  June 26, 2009
ummm you guys are kissing up to him because he has his own website, decals, and you admire him more than any of us!! don't get me wrong scorp...i love your decals and i have ALOT myself.
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  June 8, 2009
awsome!!!!! you should download lego digital designer for free and mass produce them.
  May 31, 2009
you have got to show me how to make those
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  May 12, 2009
I think Arbiter looks cooler in the Arbiter armor, but i still love your creations. And are you going to make another jackal? PS I made 3 of your awesome Elites, i would never have such cool ones if i didnt find your designs. And i modified one a little to make it an All-rank Elite, and of course i made an Arbiter too. U ROCK!!!!
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  May 5, 2009
how do u make energy swords ?
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  April 29, 2009
awesome, whered you get the energy sword
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  April 6, 2009
This ROCKS!!!!
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  March 29, 2009
Dude! I love your Elites I made one like the arbiter but I can't make those decals like yours, instead i used those blue dots for eyes, hey, it works.Oh and I made an awesome ODST, with one of those star wars shadow troopers, I just changed the helmet.
Justin Saber-Scorpion Stebbins
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Julian Acosta
  March 20, 2009
y r the grunts blue with a decal on em check out mine lol i used ur decals but dont worry i gave credit on the FIRST PAGE
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  March 17, 2009
im makin some!!!!!
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  March 13, 2009
Scorp, your creations are awesome and your website owns. My favorite of your covenant figures are the grunts.
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  February 26, 2009
The Covenant(Probably spelled wrong)is awesome even though the humans can own them. But I love the lego version of the covenant.
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  February 10, 2009
great creations, i think the film with the 2 dogs and a cat is called 'homeward Bound'.Not bad film.i made a grunt based on your design.looks great.Hey,go to brickarms,and somewhere you'll find that he sells a needler and a plasma pistol.they are awesome
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  January 31, 2009
oh i just want to comment about your hunter, too. i forget easy. its pretty cool. it inspired me to make one. come check it out if u want any ideas for improvements or to make a larger, halo 3 version.
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  January 23, 2009
hey, dude, how much would you sell one of those elites for? i really want 1, but i don't have the right pieces.
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  January 19, 2009
Great but your missing a blue elite.
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  January 6, 2009
i love this stuff. you're downright the best on mocpages. oh, to answer a question about Wort wort wort! in halo 2. i have heard an elite say it on the heretic level. for some reason he yelled "WORT WORT WORT!" i was never able to find this again. it was probably a fluke or somthing. Anyway. good job. Check out my halo Covvie forces. pleez comment. =D
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  November 21, 2008
those are awesome out of all the lego halo ive seen this is probably one of the best.
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  November 13, 2008
it's great but teo things the grubts dont look that good no ofense and second the gold one is called zealot F.Y.I.
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  November 7, 2008
sir cm: Sorry, but you're mistaken. Truth wore dark red and purple, and he does not die in Halo 2. You must be thinking about Mercy or Regret.
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  September 14, 2008
If you like going by the book then you could consider calling the elite major Voro. Like in The Ghosts of Onyx.
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  August 25, 2008
awesome. pure awesomeness!!!
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  August 23, 2008
awesome...
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  July 29, 2008
like these elites and brutes better than the minifig versions, but the originals were cuter, kinda like Halo 3 grunts...
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  July 26, 2008
You, sir are a genius. Please check out my stuff though its not as good as yours. ill be sure to add more halo themed things on my account. Great Job.
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  July 16, 2008
Excellent message me how did you make the decals
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  June 4, 2008
hey these are awesome i went to your site and built my own non decal arbiter these are great
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  May 20, 2008
Half Jaw Has His Name After His 1st Accounter of The Two Bladed Sowrd Flood Elite.Its in the Halo Graphic Novel!
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  May 8, 2008
awwwwwwwwwsome!!!! and i agree with you about the fuel rod thing. yellow is not a covenent color. P.S you think you could make a halo 2 jackal? and a new profit? and modify your hunter? P.P.S just askin'. ya don't have to.
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  March 26, 2008
Scorp, I love your decals, but your elites look wimpy. However, that won't stop me from buying they're decals. Also, I don't think your brutes are big enough. I am working on finishing my covie stuff and when I get it right you will see it at my page. Until then, I do have an example of my elite on my bricklink page, which you should definitely check out, especially the hands I used for the mandibles. Good job as usual.
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  March 19, 2008
A few things. 1) I do not play Halo, but these are very good. 2) I especially LOVE the elites. 3) Did you know, that if 1 stud=1', then minifigs are 5 1/2'. 4) They have made 3x rods. I have 2 (in your face ;). I got them from a bionicle set about 4 years ago. Anyways, great job.
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  March 10, 2008
These are awesome! I made my own elite design kinda like yours! You think the grunts are too simplistic? Well ofcourse they are, it's lego.
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  March 9, 2008
great but i think the grunts are a bit simplistic
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  March 8, 2008
UMMM> I copied your elite legs. Is that okey?
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  March 8, 2008
UMMM> I copied your elite legs. Is that okey?
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  March 7, 2008
I like the grunts a lot. I bought a lot of decals and made a ton of gruts. Very, Very nice job. If you want to play halo 3 on xbox live my gamertag is CMS 1210
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  March 7, 2008
I like the grunts a lot. I bought a lot of decals and made a ton of gruts. Very, Very nice job.
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  March 7, 2008
Nice job. I've bought some of your decals and i've made a lot of grunts. They're awsome!
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  February 5, 2008
um theres one little tiny mistake grunts dont realy have coverd helmets and do u hav a gift shop i wanna buy
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  February 3, 2008
your brute inspired mine. nice grunt and plz review mine
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  February 3, 2008
good stuff... but I've seen instructions for your elite and you do cut the piece in the center. In "My Lego Philosaphy" you said you cut a piece once. Oh well. Good stuff though.
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  January 12, 2008
very good and nice attention to detail i have made a grunt with simila peaces and will be posting it soon keep up the good work and please review my lego
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  January 1, 2008
Hello saber,I think your the best lego halo builder ever
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  December 30, 2007
All these minifigs are awesome. I especially like your Elites.
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  December 3, 2007
the only thing i think is realy good is the elites and you got it wrong only the elites are on our side...but could you post instrutions or send me and no i wont post them but if i do i will give credit
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  December 3, 2007
Dude! Thes are co awesome, i have been a fan of your Halo MOCs, nd I must say, Your MOCs rock! Also, why have you had MOC of the day 4 times already? Weird
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  December 3, 2007
I have to say it.... grunts cannot/will not/are not allowed to carry plasma rifles. But ohterwise EXCELLENT :D
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  December 1, 2007
AWSOME BEST I've ever seen. Do you paint your mini figures?
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  November 30, 2007
ssssssssssssssssswwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwweeeeeeeeeeeetttttttttttttttttttt
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  November 21, 2007
I really like your master chief
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  November 21, 2007
Really great aliens, excellent decals bring them to life. Cool!
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  November 21, 2007
wow finally yout moc of the day. when i post my halo creations, im sorry but i copied alot of your weapon desines (how do you spell that!?) but i love your elites. and yes i will give you credit, i especially like your grunts
  November 16, 2007
Justin i really think you need to use mini-figures for your brutes - they look all right but the shape isn't right. They look more elite than human (brutes are more human than alien). The stickers are good but the body needs a lot of work on. The elites are good but they are to big for your marines and spartan's - they aren't to scale at all - the stickers are nice. I'm not a fan of slicing up LEGO, it doesn't look right. Your grunts are good and the weapons are awsome but the legs let these models DOWN!!!!!!! use small mini legs Javic n' talskinth
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  November 11, 2007
I really love your grunts and brick built elites. They're just so... awesome! Please come check out my MOCs sometime.
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  October 26, 2007
NICE! The decals are really neat, and perfectly sized. Great job on the height comparison, too. >>>Check out my page!<<<
Justin Saber-Scorpion Stebbins
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Paul Beach
  October 20, 2007
(At 400 meters) Mr. Krabz' voice: Where is me Sniper Rifle boy? Lol. I have a question that has ben burning for so long. Where is everybody getting those little 1x1 slope bricks? I still haven't found them in MLCad yet.
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  October 20, 2007
can you end me instrutions for the elite?
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  October 5, 2007
As always, your originality and attention for detail amazes me, I don't think there is any way of building them better. Excellent job!
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  September 22, 2007
justin your creations are the bomb!!!!i have one question, where did you get the helmets for the covenant grunts???keep up the good work
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  September 15, 2007
its GREAT but u all know he makes more than halo legos, he also wrote a book if u even care. G4M3 baby!
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  August 29, 2007
Sorry, but I don't use email and I don't know how to feedback by it, so I'll give ya feedback from here. I didn't "write you up" in my Pillar of Autumn. Like you said, big and more detail. Obviously, I don't see how our Autumn's looks alike. Your's is smaller, I mean you got some of the sections scaled incorrectly( fourth section), sorry for saying that. Also, if all pillar of Autumns were great recreations, wouldn't it all look the same? I saw you mentioned you dont care about the length of that but... Also, I created the autumn with perhaps my own design. Oh yeah, thanks for the review.
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  August 7, 2007
Nice new figs! Hope the Hunters are coming soon!
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  July 31, 2007
awesome, i really like half-jaw, very accurate for lego, anywayz, very good (plz review my stuff in return)
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  July 27, 2007
the only thing stopping me from giving it a 5 is that i just dont think the elites look right, they are just a little.....well chunky. still its great work.
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  July 23, 2007
Truly awsome models
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  July 12, 2007
your legos are amazing i love your elite i made one by looking at your pic
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  June 29, 2007
Pretty good, definatly a step up from your previous attempts at making Covenant infantry. I like the use of scale in this figs, it really makes them more realistic, as opposed to a mini-fig Elite and Brute. As I've said back at the Lair, I like Mandy's Elite better, simply because it seems to have that "Elite" look to it's body. Also, when are you going to remake your Jackal?
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  June 27, 2007
your creations are truly amazing. master cheif is very detailed and he looks awsome, the only problem is his legs maybe you could put two of those 1x1x1 peices under his feet and take a little bit off of his stomach. he is amazing though truly amazing. One question though, how did you make that energy sword, if you dont want to tell i dont mind.
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  June 18, 2007
Being a huge Elite fan myself as in having all the Elite action figures, yea you're right about the Elites owning the Brutes.The Grunts are still basicly the same apart from some decals here and there but what I love are these Elites they would have looked better if you did this for the helmet, use the small angled piece on the grunts at the front of the head the finish it of with two 1x1 bricks one studded and the other studless it looks really good. To get that covenant look on the Elites decals are the way to go.
Justin Saber-Scorpion Stebbins
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Jackson F.
  June 17, 2007
Maybe you could use one of those sand green torsos you used for your Marines on your Halo 3 Master Chief,Then also spray-paint the armor and the helmet sand green.I also have a sand green grill i could give to you.Contact me at bforaker@bellsouth.net.Cheers!-Jackson
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  June 17, 2007
As usual, you'll start another massive hype with models like these, as half of MOCpage try to replicate them. You should feel proud of yourself. ;)
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  June 16, 2007
great work on the Elites and brute...i still don't really like the grunts though. try to get away from using minifig torsos next time. Elite minifigs keep getting better and better as they come in, but have yet to become absolutely perfect. however, these ones were pretty close to being there. and yes, you're right. being a huge Elite fan, i can agree that they are FAR better than brutes, hence the reason i made a giant Elite, and not a giant brute. i think i'll have to try my hands at making a good minifig scale Elite. as for now, keep up the good work!
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  June 15, 2007
Wow Justin you really did a great job on the Brute! The elites are good too, and i notice some small impovments on the grunts also. Recently I was thinking about how I might be able to make a brickbuilt MC, but to be honest, characters arent my strong point. I still might give it a try but i think its a job much better suited for someone like you or Brian. Back on track now, I still cant figure out what that plasma sword is made from lol! But seriously, the Brute, is awesome! So have you decided on if your going to build the difficulty emblem or not?
Justin Saber-Scorpion Stebbins
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Alexander Straczek
  June 14, 2007
Wort Wort Wort!! 'bout time you opened a can of whoopass on the compation! The grunts look just the same i think apart for a cople of decals and the methane apparatus. The Elite is good and dandy. The Brute is ok. I never liked Brutes but this MOC is very good. Keep up the good work. PLEASE CHECK MY HOME PAGE!
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  June 14, 2007
These turned out really well Justin. As you mentioned, I think we have a somewhat different Halo Lego design philosophy…I tend to try and build as accurate and poseable as possible, sometimes at the expense of playability. Your Halo, in my opinion, has pretty good accuracy and poseability, great playability, and possibly it’s strongest suit, loads of that blocky Lego charm. I guess my only complaint would be that much of the Covenant feel comes more from the stickers than the bricks, but those are certainly the nicest decals I’ve seen. Overall though, I think things come together to make some of the best Halo mini-figs out there. Nice work, Scorp!
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  June 14, 2007
great!nice coveys incredibly nice brute
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  June 13, 2007
The Elites are looking good, along with the Master Chief. I hope to see a new Warthog, maybe some other vehicles as well.
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  June 13, 2007
Wow, your creations are great. Fantastic job.
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  June 13, 2007
Oh man, you're my hero! I've always been a huge fan of your Halo stuff, except your Covenant minifigs. But now they're like a billion times better! I can't wait to see what you make for Halo 3!
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  June 13, 2007
prove 2 me ur justin saber-scorpion stebbins
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  June 13, 2007
This is a vast improvement from your earlier forms of the Covenant. Instead of making small improvements, you completely started over and made it 10000 times better. I've always been a fan of your work Justin, and always will be. Keep up the good work.
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  June 13, 2007
Nice minifigs Justin! i guess I was wrong about you so... sorry. Brian's Master Chief looks much better with decals.
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  June 13, 2007
Incredible. I have seen better (Brian K.), but these are too good to give you a four. In all, these would recieve a 4.6/5. Keep it up, Mr. Stebbins!
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  June 13, 2007
I'm glad to see everything has improved! Decals are great as expected. And the elites are designed very nicely. Giving mondaynoodle a run for his money, huh? lol. Do you plan to redo your halo creations? If so, great idea. I'll be looking forward to some more.
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  June 13, 2007
yay instructions tommorow!. awesome figs. how'd you make the chief taller?
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  June 13, 2007
M-AZING
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  June 13, 2007
Those are awesome dude! I love all the decals on the MC, great work! the grunt look nice too!
 
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