Halo Reach special emblems or “visual flairs”

21 08 2010
This is what Bungie intended for the visual flair. I had actually predicted this a LONG time ago, as well as space combat. I…am a god

From top to bottom:

  • The Septagon – This option returns for anyone who links their LIVE account to their Bungie.net account.
  • The DMR – A pro weapon for Pro members. Get Bungie Pro to bump up your File Share, render videos, and get this emblem. Active subscriptions bought in Halo 3 or Halo 3: ODST carry over to Halo: Reach, of course.
  • Marathon – Play the full version of Marathon: Durandal on Xbox LIVE Arcade to enable the Pfhor Terminal emblem.
  • Halo 1 – Enter your Halo 1 PC/Mac product key to enable this emblem. Each key can only be used once, so you’d better stop reading this and grab that key before your brother does. Since we have no way to validate who has played the Xbox version, this emblem is reserved for that dedicated community of computer gamers, with over 50k unique users still active each month, 7 years after release. Thanks for sticking with us. It’s been quite a ride!
  • Halo 2 – Automatically available if you played Halo 2 for Xbox on your LIVE account before its tearful retirement. If it’s not active for you, no amount of wheedling will change that, sorry.
  • Halo 3 – Take a guess… On the plus side, there’s plenty of time to head to your local purveyor of fine, shrink-wrapped games to snag a copy if you’re the one person who actually reads the news on our site and hasn’t played this game.
  • Halo 3: ODST – Ditto.
  • Assault Rifle – This fine armament goes to anyone who played the Halo: Reach beta a few months ago.
  • Spartan Helmet – CLASSIFIED
  • HALO – Like Blamite out of a Needler, these faceplate options can supercombine. Unlock the emblems for Halo 1, Halo 2, and Halo 3 to get this special emblem.
  • The Star – Who knows? We haven’t come up with a use for this yet. Maybe we will in the future.
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2 responses

14 12 2010
Zendty

Good question.
First go to Bungie.net and sign in. (or create an account)

Second, look at the top right corner at the profile box and click on your user name (Might be different then your gamertag)

Third step is to click the “Game settings” tab, then select the “Nameplates” tab below. That will show you the list of available nameplates that you can use, some are locked unless you have done the requirement.

Last is to start your game on the xbox and Bungie’s magic makes it appear instantly. (Bungie doesn’t actually use magic, but they are wizards.)

11 12 2010
MrHalo

I have just ONE question…how do i ACTUALLY put these onto my nameplate. It’s nice knowing how, but what we mostly need is how to put these on. . .

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