Rampancy.net maintains a catalog of links to external sites that relate to Bungie and Bungie games such as Halo, Myth, Oni, Marathon and others.
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|Rampancy Wikipedia Entry||bungie, halo, marathon||
The Wikipedia entry on Rampancy, described as defined in the Marathon Trilogy, including the three stages: melancholia/despair, anger/rage, jealousy/envy.
|The Punchbowl Massacre||stubbs||
Stubbs the Zombie news, links and comments.
|Drink Your Fill Of The Future||stubbs, wideload||
Site used by Aspyr to announce Stubbs the Zombie.
Makers of the famous Red vs Blue Halo machinima, as well as many others. (Previously was redvsblue.com)
A site for modifications to the PC version of Halo.
|Sector 7 halo||halo||
Sector 7 Halo, affectionately known as "S7" for short, was formed in March 2002 by a team of dedicated Halo (© Bungie Studios) fanatics.
|Marathon 1 and 2 Walkthrough (Marathon Spoiler Guide)||marathon||
THE MARATHON SPOILER GUIDE (MSG) (text version) for Marathon and Marathon ][
The grandaddy Halo community site, HBO-- Halo.Bungie.Org, run by Claude "Louis Wu" Errera with the help of others.
Group of Bungie fans and their various other interests.
|The Junkyard (Legacy Site)||halo||
General gaming site that also featured Halo content.
|High Impact Halo||halo||
High Impact Halo (HIH) began in early 2004 as a little experimental site (looked horrible back then) to display Halo CE (Halo 1) trick videos.
Home of Randall Glass, the creator of the famous "Warthog Jump" Halo machinima.
An unofficial Bungie.org archive of a classic Halo comic.
|Marathon Story Page||bungie, marathon||671|
|Stubbs @ IGN||stubbs, wideload||
Information on Stubbs the Zombie from IGN.
|Myth Village (Wayback Machine)||myth||
Myth site last updated in 2003 and recovered from the Wayback Machine; now offline.
Official site of Bungie LLC (formerly Bungie Studios, formerly Bungie Software).
|A Aronsson's WeBOLLog||
Previously was http://7708.net, site of noted Bungie fan Boll, maker of several Halo-related flash games.
News about Wideload Games, including Stubbs the Zombie.
Site of Blackstar, maker of several Halo-related short films.
|Xbox 360 Wiki||xbox||
Wikipedia entry for the Xbox 360.
|Weekly Update, November 19, 2004||bungie, halo, xbox||
Contains Bungie's response to the persistent rumors of the date "February 9th" (sometimes February 8th) supposedly being mentioned in Halo 2's credits; some users claim you must complete the game under certain conditions (Legendary difficulty) to see it. This update contains Bungie's response by Frankie:
Hella peeps asked: What is the February 9th date shown in the Legendary credits?
It is what we in the trade like to call nonsense. The credits on legendary are identical to the credits on easy. Go watch them yourself. This is what happens when internet trolls get picked up by legitimate websites. On February 9th, nothing terribly exciting will happen to the Halo universe.
Halo clan site. Appears to have last been updated around 2005 or so.
|One One Se7en||halo||
Stuntmutt's Halo comic.
|Stubbs @ GameSpy||stubbs, wideload||
Information about Stubbs the Zombie from GameSpy.
|Stubbs @ GameSpot||stubbs, wideload||
Information on Stubbs the Zombie from GameSpot.
My site will not be updated weekly, daily, monthly or anything like that. So I'm sorry if you hear old news, but whenever I hear news I will put it on as soon as possible!
(Site hasn't been updated since Halo 2's release, but is still online.)