It seems that the three members of the vastly expansive Yonhet community aren’t the only ones disappointed over 343 Industries’s reckless decision to not include playable Yonhet in Halo 5: Guardians; Warden Eternal, keeper of the Domain and her secrets, has also voiced dismay and disgust over this unfortunate turn in development from 343.
“It’s extremely disappointing to see passage denied to the faithful Yonhet fans,” Warden Eternal said over the Domain Broadcasting Service (DBS), “I cannot see why 343…343 would call playable Spartans, but again—deny passage to the devoted and honorable Yonhet.”
In response to Warden Eternal’s prestigious complaints, an official from 343 Industries officially ordered an official from Microsoft’s public relations department to officially make an official reply to Warden Eternal:
“The decision to remove playable Yonhet was an extremely difficult one for the team, but one that was necessary to deliver the biggest Halo game to date. 343’s focus is to ensure that fans get the best Halo experience yet, and the team felt playable Yonhet would compromise the gameplay design and the visual bar they set.”
Warden Eternal, however, was not satisfied with this response. In fact, latest reports suggest that he has retreated to his Guardian and is now heading to Kirkland for a fullscale attack against 343 Industries’s office. HaloSwallower promises to offer latest news updates regarding Warden Eternal’s newest campaign.