What happened to the flood in halo
Halo: The Flood by William C. DietzIn order to understand this book, you have to read the first book in the series and play the Xbox game Halo: Combat Evolved. Even if you dont get it half the time, its a good read!
This book is set in 2552, in the middle of a great war between humanity and a collective of alien races calling themselves the Covenant. This war reaches its peak intensity when a human ship discovers an ancient ring-world named Halo (hence the name of the book). The ship crashes there, and among the survivors is SPARTAN-117, the Master Chief. He is a bioligically enhanced cyborg-soldier clad in special armor. He traverses the ring with the remaining Marines, fighting the Covenant and unlocking the secrets of the ring. But when the Master Chief finds a subterranean laboratory in the middle of a swamp, the galaxies greatest horror is unleashed . . .
Read it for yourself, and discover why this book is called The Flood. To this day, I still have nightmares about them. When you read this book, you will, too.
What happened to the Flood?
The Flood (Latin Inferi redivivus, meaning "the dead reincarnated") or the Parasite, They were led to an unknown planet, which happened to be a Forerunner.
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Technology level :. The Flood , designated as LF. The Flood was responsible for consuming most of the sentient lifeforms in the galaxy - including the vast majority of Forerunners - during the Forerunner-Flood war in ancient past, prompting the activation of the galaxy-sterilizing Halo Array in 97, BCE. Originating as a corrupted form of the galaxy's most ancient custodians the Precursors  the Flood reproduces and spreads by infecting other organisms, hijacking their bodies and nervous systems in order to transform them into one of many specialized forms. Through infecting sentient lifeforms, the Flood assimilates their memories and intelligence, and the species becomes collectively more intelligent as a result. Because of their frighteningly rapid growth rate, as long as enough hosts of sufficient biomass and intelligence are available, the Flood is effectively unstoppable.