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Halo 3
Introduction Mission 1: Sierra 117 Mission 2: Crow's Nest Mission 3: Tsavo Highway Mission 4: The Storm Mission 5: Floodgate Mission 6: The Ark Mission 7: The Covenant Mission 8: Cortana Mission 9: Halo
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Equipment Guide



Bubble Shield
When the generator is deployed, a small, visible sphere encompasses the surrounding area. The Bubble Shield deflects all projectiles, including thrown grenades. However one can simply breach the shield by walking through it. The generator inside of the sphere can also be destroyed. The Bubble Shield remains for a relatively short time, but it can be a lifesaver if your shields are down and youíre surrounded by enemies.


Bubble Shield
Deployable Cover
The cover that this equipment provides is minimal, but it may be enough to save you if your shields are down. The cover can be destroyed by simply shooting the generator on the bottom of the shield.


Deployable Cover

Grav Lift
The Grav Lift can be used to elevate objects, vehicles, and beings into the air, much higher than the Spartan or Elite jump. Not terribly useful in Halo 3ís campaign mode, but can be used in interesting ways (i.e. when coupled with a jump) to reach seemingly out-of-reach locations.


Grav Lift
Power Drainer
When deployed, a small, blue, electric cloud is released, draining the shields of every being in its vicinity. Power Drainers are typically used by Brutes, and when one is dropped, get out of its area of influence to avoid being easily picked off by the surrounding enemies.


Power Drainer
Regenerator
Once deployed, itís similar to the Power Drainer in appearance (though with a green field of energy), the Regenerator does exactly what its name implies. A Regenerator can be helpful when your shields are down and youíre behind cover, surrounded by enemies. Definitely a helpful piece of equipment to have in stock. Some enemies also deploy Regenerators.


Regenerator
Trip Mine
Theses can be strategically placed in an attempt to damage or destroy oncoming vehicles, or to surprise infantry. Due to the Trip Mineís prominent appearance, it is unlikely that its presence will go unnoticed (in Multiplayer, at least). For this reason, it is best to throw down a Trip Mine as a vehicle is speeding towards you. Not terribly useful in Halo 3ís campaign mode, though you can simply place a Trip Mine in front of you, and then lure an enemy vehicle to its location.


Trip Mine
Cloaking Device
Self-explanatory, for the most part. You remain cloaked until you shoot a gun or damage an enemy, either by using a weapon or using a melee attack on them. Itís best to use the Cloaking Device to help you assassinate enemies, by sneaking up behind them and delivering a jab while their back is turned. Keep in mind this is not pure invisibility, youíll still appear as a faint outline, which can easily be seen in well-lighted areas.


Cloaking Device
Flare
This equipment is sometimes used by Brute Chieftains. Once thrown down, the Flareís activation time is minimal, not giving you much time to react. If you can, quickly turn away from the Flare to avoid its blinding flash. If youíre caught by the flash, and if youíre not being shot at, do not move. If you move around frantically, youíll likely be disoriented once your vision returns. However, if youíre taking damage, move around to avoid it as well as you can.


Flare

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