Uh, Mrs. Gunki77er?
There's no easy way to say this. Your son died in a Halo firefight last night-
Ten times, ending his game.
that is a lot of times.
Twelve times, actually. He got extras, too. Your son is not very good.
Did anyone in his unit survive-
No, he was just by himself.
You sent him out alone? He didn't even have a partner?
To be fair, your son didn't have many friends.
How could this happen? He wasn't even a fighter- he was a medic!
Yeah, he switched to Air Assault the second he saw jetpacks.
Also, medic is one of our fighting classes for firefight, for some reason.
Why would you do that?
The general shrugs.
Well, at least my son
died a hero, slaying scores of aliens. He'll be a legend, monuments will be made for-
No, no, it was on normal. Your son is just normal.
So this is a normal thing?
More or less. Except people usually do better. But now isn't the time for that. I brought you his medals.
killionaire? Couldn't you have, um, less awful names for the medals.
Woah, I know losing a son is a killtrocity-
That's what I said. But now is no time to insult the system. When your son respawns-
He does what?
In forty seconds. I'm sending him out on an easy mission. Get him trained, he'll be able to handle normal sometime late Killuary or Killarch.
Do you just add 'kill' to words? That is the dumbest thing I've ever heard of.
Go killuck yourself.