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Lepidus
Biographical information
Homeworld

Doisac

Date of death

around 2552

Physical description
Rank(s)

Brute Captain, Shipmaster

Species

Jiralhanae

Gender

Male

Weapons

Jiralhanae Combat Knife, Spiker

Hair color

Brown

Eye color

Red

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

Covenant Civil War

Notable Events

The torture and death of James Ackerson.

Affiliation

Covenant, Covenant Loyalists

  [Source]

Lepidus was a powerful Brute Shipmaster of the CCS-class Battlecruiser Triumphant Declaration in the Fleet of Furious Redemption. He was the first Covenant to hear of the Key of Osanalan. He then informed the High Prophet of Truth of the Key, which sparked the Battle of Cleveland. He was seen reporting to the High Prophet of Truth aboard the Forerunner Dreadnought, when the Master Chief attempted to assassinate Truth. Truth escaped, as did Lepidus, however every Covenant unit who stayed in the room was killed by John-117. Lepidus is later seen aboard the Triumphant Declaration in the orbit of Mars furious at Colonel James Ackerson for tricking the Covenant into believing in the Key of Osanalan and about to finish Ackerson off with his Jiralhanae Combat Knife.

Historical References

There is more information available on this subject at Lepidus on the English-language Wikipedia.

Lepidus was also the name of a Roman politician and General who, along with Octavian (later known as Emperor Augustus) and Marcus Antonious (Marc Antony) formed the Second Triumvirate, which governed the Roman Republic from 43-33 b.c.e. He was ultimately ousted from power and killed by his former friend, Augustus.

Trivia

  • Lepidus' armor looks like the original Brute Captain's armor, cut from Halo 3. This is likely due to the fact that the first issue of Halo: Uprising was released before Halo 3.

This article uses material from the "Lepidus" article on the Halo wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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