- Greetings. I am 343 Guilty Spark. I am the moni-
- — Lightbulb
- Where the hell did you come from?
- — A very confused Arbiter
- Hey! Let's keep the keep all conversations about me, please!
- — The Heretic leader.
The Oracle is the sixth level in Halo 2. Now, up to this point, the player may be thinking that the Heretics are pretty okay dudes, and you may even feel bad about killing them. Well, this level proves that the Heretics are actually some of the biggest dumbasses in the universe. Why? Because they let out a bunch of Flood out! Really! They tried to lock you in a room with them, but they didn't think that if the Arbiter can kill hundreds of Heretics that three Flood combat froms and a bunch of infection forms would be like popping a pimple. In other words, they seriously underestimated the pwnage abilities of the Arbiter. Killing everything in his way, the Arbiter then got an early Christmas present: an Energy Sword from Rtas Vadum! He was supposed to use it to cut the cord holding up the station, but the Arbiter used up all the charge killing Heretics and Flood, so by the time he got up to the cable, the sword was out of charge.
The Arbiter then used the edge of a peice of paper to cut the cord. This took five hours, understandably. But soon the Arbiter's patience paid off, and the station fell to the ground. But as it fell, the Heretic leader tried to escape in a ship that no one knows the name of. The Arbiter then walked up to him and tried to kill him. Then the Heretic leader showed the Arbiter his 343 Guilty Spark, and after, the Moniter of Installation 04 showed up to tell the Arbiter that the Great Journey isn't real, and the Arbiter was being delusional. Then the Arbiter did one of his more dueshebag things, and killed the Heretic leader.
Then the station crashed into the planet, killing everything inside. But luckily, the Arbiter, his buddies, and the Moniter escaped on Tatarus' tricked-out Phantom. Everybody wins...except the Heretics...and their leader...and the dead Covenant...and the Flood...but other than them, everybody wins!