|Scale: 7 inch|
|Format: Action Figure|
|Packaging: Blister Card|
|Manufacturer: Joyride Studios|
Little is known about the Heretic Leader seen in Halo
2, though it can be assumed that he or someone he knew recovered 343 Guilty Spark from the wreckage of Installation 04. He and those around him learn the truth about the Halo network and rebel against the Covenant shortly prior to the Civil War phase of the Human-Covenant War. They establish their base, an independent nation on a Forerunner research station in the atmosphere of Threshold, the gas giant that Installation 04 orbited. When Covenant SpecOps units led by the Arbiter storm the base, he uses the Flood against the Arbiter's units. The Heretic Leader and the Elites under his command do not wear normal Elite armor, rather they wear a chest plate with a jet pack (for himself), a respirator in the mouth, and special "goggles," perhaps to protect themselves against gases in Threshold's atmosphere, perhaps to protect himself from a Flood
infection. Also, the Grunts under his command do not wear the large pointed airtank that Covenant Grunts normally wear; rather they wear a much smaller X-shaped backpack with several methane tanks attached. The Heretic Leader is fond of using holodrones to both communicate and serve as distractions in combat. However, the Arbiter bests the Heretic Leader despite these tricks, and captures 343 Guilty Spark. However, he gives the Arbiter hints that Halo was really meant to destroy the universe; a truth Arbiter finally confirms for himself at the end of the game.
Includes two Plasma Rifles and Holodrone.