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Biographical information
Birth date 2525
Death date 2537
Physical description
Gender Male
Affiliation and military information
Affiliation UNSC Navy
Rank Petty Officer Second Class
Specialty Commander
Battles Insurrection of Mamore, The Battle of New Constantinople, Bonanza Asteroid Belt, and Operation: PROMETHEUS[1]
Class Spartan-III Alpha Company : 2531

Shane was a SPARTAN-III supersoldier. He was born in 2525 and was orphaned when his parents were killed in the First Battle of Harvest in 2525. After he was evacuated he was sent to an orphanage where he lived until he volunteered for the Spartan-III project at age of six. He swore to get revenge on the Covenant for killing his family and destroying his home planet.

Shane was sent to Camp Currahee on Onyx to be trained with Alpha Company. The first day there, he was pushed out of a Pelican by another SPARTAN-III recruit, Robert, during a night-time Falcon Wing descent exercise. When he landed, he thought he had wet his pants, but in actuality, the skin on the back of his legs had been rubbed raw when he landed. [2] When they both landed on the ground, he and Robert began to fight, and they had to be broken up by Chief Petty Officer Mendez and a drill instructor, who Shane hit in the process. [3]

Despite Shane's scuffle with Robert in the initiation he eventually grew close to both him and another Spartan-III named Jane, and together they became Team Wolf Pack. He was killed during Operation: PROMETHEUS, along with all 300 Spartans of Alpha Company on the same mission, by a Plasma Mortar that caused him to fly through the air and land face first, unmoving and lifeless. [4] The last time Shane is seen alive was when Kurt, together with Colonel Ackerson, Mendez, Vice Admiral Parangosky and Rear Admiral Rich watched him fight for a moment through an unknown Spartan's helmet cam until he, along with Team Wolf Pack, died.[5] Shane had been the last Spartan on his team standing.

It is also worth mentioning that Kurt disliked the fact that SPARTAN-IIIs were sent out on high risk operations wearing less protection than the SPARTAN-II's. The differences between the more expensive but more effective MJOLNIR suit and the SPARTAN-III's SPI (Semi-Powered Infiltration armor) made it more difficult for SPARTAN-III's to survive. Kurt also knew that the candidates for the SPARTAN-III program didn't completely match the perfect psychological and genetic markers set in Dr. Halsey's original selection protocols. [6]


  1. Halo: Ghosts of Onyx page 81.
  2. Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, Eric Nylund, page 74.
  3. Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, Eric Nylund, page 77
  4. Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, Eric Nylund, page 86-87.
  5. Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, Eric Nylund, page 87
  6. Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, Eric Nylund, page 68
Alpha Company JaneRobertShane
Beta Company Adam-B004Lucy-B091Min-B174Tom-B292SPARTAN-B170
Gamma Company Holly-G003Ash-G099Dante-G188MarkOlivia
Headhunters JonahRoland
Noble Team Emile-A239Carter-A259Jun-A266Catherine-B320SPARTAN-B312Thom-293

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Shane was a shapeshifter, one of the hundred sent out by the Great Link. He lived aboard the IKS Hou-Ling for many years until the ship was destroyed in 2375. Shane then was invited to live aboard the USS Phoenix-X where he occasionally took part in away missions when needed. (Star Trek: Phoenix-X: "The Bermuda Triangle Effect")


In the late 24th century, while living aboard the IKS Hou-Ling, Shane was forced to negotiate with the Borg queen when a Borg cube attempted to assimilate the crew. He offered her half his Changeling protoplasm in order to let them go. The queen accepted, and thus Shane gave birth to his 'other half', or twin, Shoon.

In 2376, Shane sacrificed himself, once more, for the crew of the Phoenix-X when a cube attempted to assimilate them. This time, Shane offered his whole self to the Borg Collective, who, by this time, had experimented with assimilating changeling protoplasm, using Shoon. It wasn't long before the Borg assimilated Shane. In order to diffuse the assimilating nano-probes, Daniel linked himself with Shane and took on half the probes. The nano-probe density became so low in both Shane and Daniel that the Borg had no longer any control over them. ("The Return of the Borg")

A few months later, Shane was abducted by a Doctor Steve, along with Captain Daniel, who ran changeling experiments on them. Two months later, the two were rescued by Commander Gotens. ("Experimentalism")

It is possible the experiments were specifically condoned by Section 31.

In 2378, Shane was abducted by the Borg once again, who successfully re-assimilated him into the collective. They ordered Shane to capture an omni'X, which they would use to empower the collective with omnipotent capabilities. Unfortunately, the power only went as far as a single Borg cube. In order to diffuse the nano-probes, Daniel linked himself with Shane once more; except this time, the link knocked both of them unconscious. The Traveling Link then took on Shane's liquid and added it to their link, and vowed to track down the omni'Cube and stop them for as long as it would take. ("Destiny's Revenge, Part III")

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