I have discovered someething incredible, if you go back to Season 3 and you look at O'malley/Doc's armor you will notice a pill symbol on his shoulder, usually this wouldn't mean much. Now go to Red vs. Blue season 10 Episode 3 and look at the enemy grey guy's armor, you will notice on his chest he has the exact same symbol! CONSPIRACY THEORIES!
Funny thing is I had the same theory a week or two ago but mostly just out of crack and a burning desire to see my Doc again. However, considering males aren't known for changing their voices and I'm pretty sure Doc saw CT's corpse back in season 8(?) so the theory is pretty much deader than dirt.
Mega Bloks "sucked" as you define it in 2009 and before. since then their quality has met and in some cases surpassed that of lego.
Figures: Lego - 7 points of articulation, Mega - 13 points of articulation, 5 of which are ball-and-socket, and more sculpted detail (just look at the ones in the picture I posted) Clutch: about the same on smaller sets, but Mega's large vehicles and ships are more solidly built and are not plates on a technic skeleton like Lego's Price: Mega Bloks sets cost about 2/3 the price of a comparable Lego set Theme: Mega Bloks has Halo Name recognition: Lego wins this one
I used to like Legos more and think Mega Bloks were crap. Then I bought some Mega Bloks.
That could easily be explained by the game mechanics restrictions when it comes to filming machinima on the Halo 2 engine...
For an in-story explanation though, I think Maine might have ditched his old armor while faking his death, and perhaps he took the brown/red armor from the person who he dressed in his original armor. Then I think he spent the time between Recovery One and Reconstruction gathering armor pieces that resembled his original armor.
Now that I think about it... Maine's Recovery One armor is pretty much the same color scheme as the Insurrectionist armor. I wonder if he killed an Insurrectionist in order to fake his death. Maine does have reasons to hold a grudge against Insurrectionists, so I would be surprised if he did decide to kill one and steal his armor.
He was probably going to look like that because of the limited armour of Halo 2 and they did not suspect that Halo 3 would allow so much more detail. Once they found out they went to building better characters and the original "sketches" were scrapped.
How about Tuckerlina or Carolucker? I see tucker hitting on Carolina (Ms. fussybritches) in the future. After all he has tried to hit on every girl. Tex: He has tried once or twice(or more). Sister: He tried to see her naked (screw what doc says! just go in!)
Also Sarge addressed Carolina as Mrs. Fussybritches. In which "Mrs." means marrige or in a relationship. Caboose corrected him saying "Ms" implying that she wasn't in a relationship or married.
Yeah, Tucker is a pretty good fighter. He took on an entire squad of soldiers and elites, and like a dozen well-trained Wyomings. Not to mention, when Tex was kicking the bloodgulch crew's ass, Tucker was the only one who got close to hurting her, and he was still joking even when she was punching him repeatedly. He's also tough. And he's the only one who actually managed to hurt the Meta, except for when they hooked him to the jeep. But I think these are all really compelling reasons to think that tucker is a better soldier than any of them. He also was the only one who knew what "on my mark." meant.
I was responding to a theory that Doc and the Insurrectionist pill guy were the same character (as I understood the post), by explaining the pill guy's competency and Doc's lack thereof made it impossible for them to be the same guy. The pill (no, not THAT pill) is probably the medic insignia.
I think it is stupid of you to completely deny my theory straight out, you have no idea whats going to happens so don't pretend like you do. i was just merely proposing that the two characters might be linked in some way. I don't think this is a coincidence knowing the Rooster Teeth guys, they're smart enough to put something like that together. I was just bringing the information to the attention of the masses.