- See you in Valhalla.
- — Norse guyXbox Live. It can be regarded as one of the busiest maps of Halo since everyone always waste time trying to get the Splazar. While they fight it out for the splazar experts can just sit there sniping them all and laugh maniacally like a fool. The map used to be a jungle but all the trees were cut down to make camping spots. The Mississippi river flows through the map as well and many Elites spend time hiding in the water like fish. People can also go fishing for the Elites. Bungie said the fight for the splazar can get brutal and that's true. Hundreds of players clash with the Plasma Pistol while Stuka dive bombers hit 'em from the sky. There are usually two Wraiths here and can be made into Scorpions with Forge mode. Valhalla is a great camping site. Everyday several campers can be found around the river complete with a campfire and a crashed Pelican. Valhalla is one of Bungie's so-called 'spiritual succesors'. Its a remake of the Blood Gulch, the most popular map in Halo history. Bungie explots this by making remakes of it in every Halo game, which makes players happy but is actually just bungie being too lazy to come up with new maps. This is the Halo 3 edition.
Two bases are located opposite of each other. They have man-cannons and sniper rifles. Explosive crates can be found here. Kick them into the man-cannons to send bombs across the map. This is the most Forge friendly map of all. The only drawback about these awesome bases is the Mongeese. Damn the Mongeese!
The best camping spot in Halo. Sadly, its nearly always occupied by Noobs.
A bunch of Scenery objects and a Mongoose. The most useless area in Valhalla
Pros and Cons of ValhallaEdit
- Its a remake of the best Halo map
- The awesome bases
- The awesome camping ground
- The Forge-friendliness
- Pelican is always occupied by n00bs
- the Mongooseses
Valhalla, the Greek-themed level, is one of the big maps for