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Gouts of flame traced wild arcs as the wounded Grunts ran in confusion and pain. Finally the Grunts realized what was happening-and where this attack was coming from. They regrouped and charged en masse. An earthquake vibration coursed through the ground and shook the porous stone beneath the Chief's boots.

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The three Spartans exhausted their AP clips and then, in unison, switched to shredder rounds. They fired into the tide of creatures as they surged forward. Line after line of them dropped. Scores more just trampled their fallen comrades. Explosive needles bounced off the Chief's armor, detonating as they hit the ground.

He saw the flash of a plasma bolt-side stepped-and heard the air crackle where he had stood a split second before. The Grunts were three meters from the wall. The Chief tossed two grenades. He, Blue-Three, and Blue-Five stepped backward off the ridge, landed, spun, and ran. Two dull thumps reverberated through the ground.

The squeals and barks of the incoming Grunts, however, drowned out the noise of the exploding grenades. The Chief and his team sprinted up the half-kilometer sandstone slope in thirty-two seconds flat. The hill ended abruptly-a sheer drop of two hundred meters straight into the ocean. Blue-Four's voice crackled over the COM channel: Ready when you are. Some ran on all fours up the slope.

They barked and howled, baying for the Spartans' blood. The hill exploded-plumes of pulverized sandstone and fire and smoke hurtled skyward. The Spartans had buried a spiderweb pattern of Lotus antitank mines earlier that morning. Sand and bits of metal pinged off of the Chief's helmet. The Chief and his team opened fire again, picking off the remaining Grunts that were still alive and struggling to stand.

His motion detector flashed a warning. There were incoming projectiles high at two o'clock-velocities at over a hundred kilometers per hour. Five Covenant Banshee fliers appeared over the ridge. All teams, open fire! The Spartans, without hesitation, fired on the alien fliers.

Bullet hits pinged from the fliers' chitinous armor-it would take a very lucky shot to take out the antigrav pods on the end of the craft's stubby meter-long "wings. Lances of fire slashed from the Banshees' gunports.

The Chief dove and rolled to his feet. Sandstone exploded where he had stood only an instant before. Globules of molten glass sprayed the Spartans.

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The Banshees screamed over their heads-then banked sharply for another pass. Theta Maneuver," the Chief called out. Blue-Three and-Five gave him the thumbs-up signal. They regrouped at the edge of the cliff and clipped onto the steel cables that dangled down the length of the rock wall. In the field, though, you had to improvise. Another tenet of their training: The Banshees formed into a "flying V" and swooped toward them, almost brushing the ground.

The Spartans opened fire. Bolts of superheated plasma from the Banshees punctuated the air.

The Chief dodged to the right, then to the left; he ducked. Their aim was getting better.

The Banshees were one hundred meters away, then fifty meters. Their plasma weapons might recycle fast enough to get another shot ,,, and at this range, the Chief wouldn't be dodging. The Spartans jumped backward off the cliff-guns still blazing.

The Chief jumped, too, and hit the detonators. The ten fougasses-each a steel barrel filled with napalm and spent AP and shredder casings-had been buried a few meters from the edge of the cliff, their mouths angled up at thirty degrees. When the grenades at the bottom of the barrels exploded, it made one hell of a barbecue out of anything that got in their way. The Spartans slammed into the side of the cliff-the steel cables they were attached to twanged taut.

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They should suffer just as much as those guys did.

It wasn't his job to make things suffer-he was just here to win battles. Whatever it took. He sighed, and added, "But we're pulling you out, Chief. Move out for pickup ASAP. He told his team, "The party's over, Spartans. Dust-off in fifteen. They boarded and the ship's engines whined to life.

Blue-Two took off her helmet and scratched the stubble of her brown hair. The Pelican ascended rapidly through the atmosphere, the sky darkened, and soon only stars surrounded them. In orbit, there were dozens of frigates, destroyers, and two massive carriers. Every ship had carbon scoring and holes peppering their hulls. They were all maneuvering to break orbit. Despite being surrounded by two meters of titanium-A battle plate and an array of modern weapons, the Chief preferred to have his feet on the ground, with real gravity, and real atmosphere to breathe-a place where he was in control, and where his life wasn't held in the hands of anonymous pilots.

A ship just wasn't home.

The battlefield was. Casualty figures were still coming in, but-on the ground, at least-the alien forces had been completely stonewalled.

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A moment later the lift doors parted, and he stepped on the rubberized deck. He snapped a crisp salute to Captain de Blanc. Reporting as ordered. The ghostly iridescent green of the armor plates and the matte black layers underneath made him look part gladiator, part machine. Or perhaps to the bridge crew, he looked as alien as the Covenant. The view screens showed stars and Jericho VII's four silver moons.

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At extreme range, a small constellation of stars drifted closer. The Captain waved the Chief closer as he stared at that cluster of stars-the rest of the battlegroup. He glanced at the Master Chief with haunted eyes.

After all you've been through to save Jericho Seven, we owe you that.Line after line of them dropped. Explosive needles bounced off the Chief's armor, detonating as they hit the ground.

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