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"Nobody But Me": After killing Majestic, Spartan is once more monitoring the activity of The Bleed gate, which is now hosting over 200 humans an hour. Unfortunately, he is still disturbed that their was no trace of Majestic’s remains after he was hurled into the Planet-Shaper’s core. Meanwhile t



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Synopsis for "Nobody But Me"

After killing Majestic, Spartan is once more monitoring the activity of The Bleed gate, which is now hosting over 200 humans an hour. Unfortunately, he is still disturbed that their was no trace of Majestic’s remains after he was hurled into the Planet-Shaper’s core. Meanwhile the terraforming has begun to reshape Earth to where the Daemonites no longer need hosts in order to walk around. Hadrian continues to think about whether Majestic survived while reminiscing about how he systematically hunted and killed every metahuman on Earth while possessed by the Deamonites.

Later, Spartan prevents an attack on the Planet-Shaper and is contacted by the still-alive Majestic. He determines that Majestic must be hiding in his Rushmore sanctuary and orders all of the Spartan robots to meet him there. The Spartan army attacks Mount Rushmore and all but Hadrian are taken out by the Kherubim defense systems. Hadrian continues to the center of the sanctuary, getting angrier by the second (something that Majestic delights in over the intercom).

Finally, Spartan finds him, but is confronted by a large strength-enhancing exo-frame connected to Majestic, which proceeds to pummel him mercilessly before restraining him long enough to expel his Daemonite possessors. After dispatching the Daemonite host, Majestic reveals to the now-free Hadrian that he wants to use his teleportational powers to travel back a year to before the Daemonites took over. Spartan agrees, but not before revealing that it could destroy them both. Seeing no other choice, they go through with it, and Majestic stabs Hadrian in the center of his body, hopefully causing a shockwave that will send him back in time.



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  • This book was first published on July 13, 2005.
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