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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Councillor was a title given to certain members of the High Council, particularly those who were not Cardinals. (DW: Arc of Infinity)

Known Councillors

  • Councillor Hedin (DW: Arc of Infinity)
  • Councillor Rath (NA: Blood Harvest)
  • Councillor Elar (NA: Blood Harvest)
  • Councillor Morin (NA: Blood Harvest)
  • Councillor Delox (BFG: Appropriation)
  • Councillor Ryoth (EDA: The Eight Doctors), an Arcalian and a member of the Celestial Intervention Agency
  • Surgeon General Lord Gomer (DW: The Invasion of Time)
  • The Gold Usher (DW: The Invasion of Time)
  • Inquisitor Prime Darkel (BFG: Weapon of Choice)
  • Councillor Flavia (EDA: The Eight Doctors)
  • Councillor Engin (EDA: The Eight Doctors)
  • Councillor Ortan (EDA: The Eight Doctors)
  • Councillor Ragnar (World Game), a Prydonian
  • Councillor Milvo (World Game), an Arcalian
  • Councillor Sardon (World Game), a member of the Celestial Intervention Agency
  • Councillor Ratisbon (Warmonger), a member of the Celestial Intervention Agency
  • Coordinator Narvin, (BFG:Gallifrey (audio series)), Head of the Celestial Intervention Agency
  • Councillor Romana, ((NA: Blood Harvest, Human Nature (novel)
  • Councillor Wblk, (PDA: Heart of TARDIS)
  • Councillor Verne, (DWN: The Twin Dilemma (novelisation))
  • Councillor Norval(The Infinity Doctors)
  • Councillor Samax (the Ancestor Game
  • Councillor Kandarl(the Ancestor Game)
  • Councillor Taskor(World Game)

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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Councillor is a title given to a representative on a council or other governmental body.

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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Councilor
Species and equipment information
Species

Sangheili

Weapons
Equipment

Elite Personal Energy Shield

Political and military information
Role

Political Leaders/Possible Military Leaders

Notable members

Soha 'Rolamee

Affiliation

Covenant later Covenant Separatists

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Councilor is the highest possible rank attainable for any Sangheili, apart from the Arbiter.

Contents

Background

The Councilor is believed to be the highest rank attainable by a Sangheili warrior, whether militarily or politically, although the rank of Arbiter is religiously more significant in Sangheilian society. They act as members of the Covenant High Council, along with the Lesser Prophets. Their power is derived directly from the High Council, under only the Hierarchs, making them some of the most important roles held in all of Covenant society.[1]

Councilors have been described as "Aristocrats" by lesser races and the fact that they are permitted to wield Energy Swords prevents them from marrying, though they can still mate with any female they wish to, married or unmarried, to pass on the "swordsman" genes. Only one Councilor has ever been named, Soha 'Rolamee, who was executed by a Lesser Prophet, indicating that even Elite Councilors are still beneath even lower Prophets.[2]

Because the pursuit of honor in battle is the sole pursuit of Sangheili society,[3] service in the Covenant Military is compulsory, with all pursuits secondary. As such, it is safe to assume that Councilors are, or have been, an important part of the Covenant Military, with their political and governmental duties still held as a secondary duty. It is likely that Councilors have killed a large amount of enemies.

A large number of the Councilors were present at Installation 05, supposedly to witness the activation of the Halo ring. In truth, it was a ruse in order for the Jiralhanae to begin their slaughter, depriving the Sangheili of a large amount of their leadership caste. While there were survivors of the genocide, it is not known how many, or whether they returned to serve as the leaders of the remaining Sangheili.

Combat

Because warfare is the primary purpose of Sangheili participation in the Covenant, Councilors are extremely skilled warriors in almost all forms of armed and hand-to-hand combat. As Sangheili are ranked according to the numbers of kills obtained, Councilors are likely to have slaughtered a significant amount, likely being retired Zealots, since Councilors are rarely seen in battle.

Councilors typically carry the iconic Energy Sword, which also serves as a symbol of their status as aristocrats. With only select few Sangheili military ranks, such as Zealots and Ultras, are permitted this and they are adept at close-combat with the sword. They are also, albeit infrequently, armed with Plasma Rifles, with their accuracy unmatched. Like an Ultra Elite, they will let loose a war cry and switch to their Energy Sword if the player gets too close to them. The Arbiter is capable of replacing their original weapons with Covenant, UNSC or Brute weapons, though they hold the latter in disdain. However, when facing Tartarus, they'll often use Beam Rifles and Carbines, but they'll soon drop them and activate their Energy Sword when their shields are down.

In addition to their great skill in combat, Councilors are also equipped with an extremely durable Combat Harness, similar in appearance to the standard issue version, but with superior armor compared to that worn by lesser ranks, similar to that of the SpecOps in Halo CE. Additionally, the built-in energy shielding system is capable of taking an enormous amount of damage, equivalent to that of an Elite Ultra: they can withstand up to three Shotgun blasts in close range, devastating melee attacks from behind, a hit from the Fist of Rukt, multiple Plasma Grenades or Fragmentation Grenades and even surviving a blast from a M19 SSM Rocket Launcher and a slash from an Energy Sword, even when their shield is down. Halo 2 is the only game in which you see and work with Councilors.

Physical Appearance

Councilors are easily recognizable by their large, distinct and oddly shaped, ornate headdresses, fixed to a traditional Elite Helmet. Their armor, normally the standard Combat Harness adorned by most other regular service Elites (with the exception of the helmet), are a pearlescent white, or metallic-silver color, very similar to that worn by Ultra Elites, the only difference being that they have no steel markings on their armor as many other Elite ranks do. Councilors sometimes wear a different helmet that has the same basic shape, but has different designs and is more open.

Appearances

The Councilors are only seen in Halo 2 and Halo Wars: Genesis. Their infrequence in numbers leads to their appearance being only three times throughout the entire campaign.

Trivia

  • A large number of Councilors will help you fight Tartarus, along with Zealots and Spec-Ops Elites.
  • The headdresses worn by Sangheili Councilors closely resemble the Alien Queen's head, albeit smaller and narrower. In addition, both Halo's Covenant Empire and Aliens' titular species have caste systems.

Gallery

References

  1. Halo 2, The Heretic
  2. Halo: The Flood page 178
  3. Bestiarum
  4. Halo 2, Uprising, ending cut scene
  5. Halo 2, The Great Journey

Related Pages

Sangheili Ranks
High Council Councilor
Temporary/Prominent OssoonaArbiter
Fleet Commander Fleet MasterSupreme CommanderImperial Admiral
Zealot Officers Field MasterShipmasterFleet MasterSupreme Commander
Special Operations Spec-OpsSpec-Ops OfficerSpec-Ops Commander of the Covenant
Honor Guard Sangheili Honor GuardsmanHonor Guard UltraLight of Sanghelios
Specialists StealthRangerAscetics
Regular AristocratMinorMajorUltra
Civilian KaidonOracle Master
Heretic Heretic Sangheili MinorHeretic Sangheili MajorHeretic Leader
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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010
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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

A council is a group of people, staffed by councilors and usually those possessing some form of governing power.

Notable councils

It can also refer to

See also

Another form of a council, a senate is basically much the same, with a more population orientation.


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