One nitpick: The gatling-equipped warthog. Why the fuck does that thing have a gatling mounted if this is supposed to be inside an academy
? Did they think we wouldn't recognize it if it wasn't equipped with one?
(If it's a "sim" variant with less-than-lethal rounds, why the fuck is the general using it as a personal transport? You can still kill
people with blanks and rubber bullets if they're too close, and they indicate that the sim rounds are probably just as lethal in CQC, so again, why wasn't that a troop transport variant like in Halo 3?)
To put this in perspective, I'm only bugged with this because it sticks out in an otherwise well-done episode.