I saw this video by RecedingHairlineMan earlier today. It's been patched since, but in this video he shows you how you could use sprinting to accelerate your grenades farther, and faster across the map. This trick fooled the physics engine into transferring the acceleration of your sprint to the acceleration of your grenades, giving them a greater initial velocity.​
Apparently the trick has been patched since, but if you believe hard enough it might still work!​

The great thing about Red Bubble is that anyone can create a design and sell their art on t-shirts, hoodies, canvas, stickers, etc, and make money! You can create some art, sign up, upload your art, people [hopefully] like your product enough to order it on a shirt, so Red Bubble prints it on a shirt and ships it out, and pays you all the mark-up! It's why I love the site, and I love to support aspiring artists via buying their awesome shirts (I have SEVERAL Doctor Who shirts from Red Bubble). So take a look around! I've highlighted the Halo section, because RELEVANT! The ODST shirts are especially kick-ass!
Now I've always liked the Thruster Pack. Sure, it's next to useless, but it tweaks Halo's physics just enough to have some pretty outstanding effects. The Halo Council made a small tutorial for two such tricks, taking place in Haven and Solace.​

If you haven't seen this before, I strongly recommend you do. Like many others, I found the thruster pack to be pretty disappointing. But, with a small bit of knowledge, it's usefulness can revitalize the matchmaking scene. Give it a shot!
Hello everyone, Most of us remember the old days, the days when there were no fancy-shmancy coordinates. We had two crates, two crates and a barrel for a whole platoon! And we had to share the barrel! Back in these days, maps needed moar interl0x, and making even the simplest map was a struggle. That's right, these were the days of Halo 3's Foundry; the first Halo forge canvas. Que the video!

In an unexpected twist of creativity, Zatherla has, with assistance from Hushed Behemoth, recreated the all-but-forgotten canvas. The attention to detail is staggering, and if you never got to forge on Foundry back in the day, now is your chance! Thanks for watching, discuss! What were your favorite classic Foundry variants back in the day?​
Happy New Year everyone!!! As a annual tradition on all sites that I have involved myself in I post up the Australia's New years Fireworks as they are one of the first people into the new year. Take a look at how Sydney Australia's New Year celebrations will blow away any New Years here in America. Enjoy!

* I will be posting up other major cities and there events as the night goes on

All I've had today is like...6 gummy bears and some scotch. So this is gonna be a short one. Check out episode 4 of Defend the House's Halo 4 Mythbusters series!

THFE, Oakley HiDef, AJ Yusi, and Bear Grylls introduce you to a new forging sensation: shmeefs!
This is hilarious and genius on many levels, I am so proud.
You guys rock.

This video details how to attain and then pilot a Pelican in Halo 4's campaign mission, Reclaimer.

The walkthrough covers a LOT of ground in a short time frame, so pay attention! It will probably take a couple attempts before you're successful, but when you are...

-Hello, Covenant?
-Wort Wort!
-This is Kenny Loggins, and you're in the DAANGER ZOOOOONE!!

So head on over to the Customs Games section of the forums and grab a couple buddies and roll!

[walkthrough courtesy of SomeFilthyCasuals]
Hey guys, check out this amazing effect in Forge!
this was discovered by MarcoStyle NL, great job to him for finding something so cool!

Using a Station Core on Impact, combined with the invisible object glitch (detailed in the video) you can create an electricity effect on your forge maps! Awesome!

-Ya mean it, no foolin', Mister?!

-Well, sure I do, sport! What good's a man's word if his word.. isn't right.. or lies... or- SHUTUP I TRIED A BIT. I DID A BIT AND IT DIDN'T WORK AND NOW WE'RE JUST GOING TO MOVE ON. OKAY? Okay.
  1. Navigate to Waypoint.
  2. Under the Career tab, click Classified.
  3. Click Enter Code.
  4. Enter in the symbols found in the image below, in the order you see them (left to right, top to bottom).
  5. Select the >> arrow in the bottom right corner.
  6. Enjoy your instant 20,000 EXP!