Category: For Your Amusement

Things that make you go hmm, hardy-har, wtf, and lolz. All Halo related.


#ThrowbackThursday – HD Spotlights Mace Windex

Mace Windex 3D Image, Halo 4

Mace Windex 3D Image, Halo: REACH

Halo Diehards has conducted a few interviews, shining spotlights on Halo fans who have contributed to the community. Our first Spotlight was Mace Windex, known for his 3D images. Get to know Mace in this Halo Diehards Spotlight, and check out his full-size 3D images, complete with instructions on how to view them.

Yes! I want to cross my eyes until I’m dizzy – take me there naow!! >>

#ThrowbackThursday – Halo Diehards Medals Machinima

Halo Diehards Machinima - Medals Halo 4 should have had

Did you know that Halo Diehards has dabbled in machinima? In this week’s #ThrowbackThursday we revisit the medals that Halo 4 should have had. Medals submissions from all over the Halo community, with game announcer voice-acting done by HaloFanForLife, body acting by EdieKaye and Yukon46 and medals graphics created by yours truly. Don’t forget to watch all Halo Diehards videos in High Def!

It’s not Halo, but damn it’s cool! Landing on a Comet

    In March of 2004 a robotic spacecraft named Rosetta was launched by the European Space Agency to catch up with and land on a comet. It’s set to meet part one of that goal in less than one month. Rosetta is no stranger to exploration. Equipped with a variety of scientific imaging equipment, Rosetta has followed a 12 year flight-plan,…

PAX! 2014

  PAX is a veritable smorgasbord of gaming-related experiences, ranging from cosplay, to concerts, to consoles and pc’s, to tabletop gaming. PAX East came and went last weekend, and Halo Diehards member EdieKaye met up with some of our friends for the sensory explosion. PAX started in 2004, when some dudes (Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik) who created a webcomic…

It’s not Halo, but damn it’s cool! Fusionman

Yves Rossy (Jetman) flying in his jetpack invention

Yves Rossy (Jetman) flying in his jetpack invention

Yves Rossy is a Swiss inventor who flies through the air with the greatest of ease – – in a jetpack!

A backpack with carbon-fiber wings and four jet engines, Rossy’s jetpack is classified as an aircraft by The United States Federal Aviation Administration. Rossy launches off by jumping from a helicoptor or plane, and lands using a parachute, but once he’s in the air, he’s able to fly alongside other aircraft, explore landscapes and even do loop de loops.

Watch how graceful and fun Yves makes piloting his jetpack in the following videos. I haven’t used a jetpack since Halo:REACH, when I switched to bumper-jumper, but maybe someday I’ll get to fly in one irl. A girl can dream, can’t she?

The future is now…

Jetman in Oshkosh



Jetman Glider

Edit: Looks like there is a jetpack of another variety set to be available to the public “by the end of 2015”: The Martin Jetpack. This one operates more like what we see in video games. You can reserve a Martin with a minimum deposit of $5,000. The target price is around $150,000.

Sources: Yves’ Official Site (, Wikipedia, Martin Jetpack

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