- It is quite useful, but yet it is not.
- — Oscar Wilde on the Motion Sensor (wait, this isn't uncyclopedia?!)
Where it can be foundEdit
Well silly child, if you are really that stupid enough to not know, it is found at the bottom left corner of your small-but-affordable Philips brand Television that you got back in 1984.
Who Uses ItEdit
The only people/persons/things/creatures/sentient beings/lifeforms/(insert other big word here) that can use them are the Human Badasses and the Broken Jaw Alien Badasses. You already know why Grunts, Jackals, Spartan Jackals, Hunters, Ballchinians and Drones can't use them, but you DON'T know why the Rhino Fatasses cant use them, yes, I can read your mind, those gay thoughts your having aren't a secret anymore. The Brutes can't use it for 2 reasons, one reason being that they aren't badass (also the reason for everything that I just listed), the second being that Brutes are complete Idiots and would just drool and stare at it while saying to themselves, "Pwetty wights, hehehehe!! :)" and then get killed by a Spartan or Elite (or just a Spartan, depends on where the halo time machine took you). So yeah, thats a little somethin' somethin' about who uses it and who doesn't...
Ah yes, the sound effects of the Motion Sensor. During its invention in the 2100's, Michael Winslow (suprisingly still alive) recorded his very own sounds into it, it makes a sound when your near allies, and a different sound when your near enemies. In order to hear them, buy Halo, not Cock of Doodie: Fag Ops or Cock of Doodie: Modern WarFAIL. Just kidding, I love both games!! <3 :D. So, erm, uh, I have nothing else to say about the Sound Effects...
- It is in Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 4 and pretty much every game with the word "Halo" and a following number and/or pointless letters or words.
- It can track anything except for Your Mom and dead people, only a little kid can track dead people. (If you don't get the joke, you have a 100% chance of being this misfortunate fellow.)