Sector 7 → Who are We?

About this Web Site

Why are you here? Don't know? We'll tell you...

Short History

Sector 7 Halo, affectionately known as "S7" for short, was formed in March 2002 by a team of dedicated Halo (© Bungie Studios) fanatics. The website was originally devoted to being an information base, with the goal of providing an extensive and accurate collection of Halo-related information. However, after only a few months of operation, this site had an immediate and dedicated fanbase. Sector 7 Halo would quickly grow into what it is today -- a major fan site in the universe of Halo.

Sector 7 Halo is faithful to two games -- Halo, and the worlds most anticipated game, Halo 2. The site itself provides up-to-date bios, story, theories, tricks & tips, FAQ, and much more, not including our great community. We are breaking free from our 'closed-doors' policy and allowing for additional contributions from our fans to be posted and hosted within Sector 7's vast database. If you would like to submit something, please read the 'Submissions' section.


Submissions

If you have a piece of Halo-related anything you would like us to host, or submit, please use the appropriate links

  • News - Have something to tell us that you think we don't know?
  • Files - Need help hosting a file? We'll see what we can do!
  • Questions? - Have a Halo-related question that no one is able to answer? We may have the answer!
  • Submissions - Want us to post your article? Or how about that sweet hand-drawn picture of yours? Send it to us!

We hope you enjoy your stay here,
-- Team Sector 7


Contact Us:

Want to contact someone from the team? Click the links below!

  • Seiya - Owner, Have you ever felt your cosmo?
  • Wolfy - Content Manager, Got Tail?
  • Bongo - Content Manager, Bahdoombahdoom?
  • Lukrus - Site Something, Blackinator?


RSS Feeds

Never miss out on the happenings of the active Halo community. Our XML feeds will keep you informed whenever news is posted on our front page.


Using the Feeds

RSS is a new technology that lets users keep track of news and updates to a website. First, download a newsreader application like Nick Bradbury’s FeedDemon (Windows) or Ranchero Software’s NetNewsWire (Mac). Then, copy and paste the URL of our news feed into the application’s "subscribe" dialogue. See Google for more about RSS newsreaders.