This name generator will send you 15 random names for the Huragok portion of the Halo universe. The Huragok, also known to humans as engineers, are precursor-created biological supercomputers, but often have non-combat purposes. However, some have been known to be used as suicide bombers but most are used for transport and excavation purposes. The names of Huragok are dependent on how well their buoyancy is when their 'parents' first construct them. Huragok is made from whatever materials can be found by their parents / creators, and then filled with a mixture of gasses that are lighter than air, allowing them to float. Some can float better than others and their names can be decided by these factors, resulting in names such as 'Heavier Than Others' or 'Easy To Adapt.'
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In the Halo Universe, Huragok are robotic androids used to repair and maintain Flood combat vehicles. Their role is essential for surviving in a war environment where Flood is a prevalent problem and most units need to be regularly maintained in order to stay operational and function properly.
A plan that would have worked if it had worked - if it ever had worked - would have totally changed everything. The Huragok (or also known as Engineers) have an interesting history, both behind the scenes and in the lore of Halo. The Engineers are a mysterious group of aliens that were first introduced in the original Halo: Combat Evolved and have remained as integral part of the series' storyline ever since. The group was created after the Flood outbreak in the game, but later on, the Flood themselves were seen to be made from Huragok, which led to the Flood getting their own group of Engineers.
The Engineers are an important element in the story of Halo, as well as a key character in many aspects of the game. The group are said to be heavily involved in the Covenant's fight against the Covenant in the first game and later on, they were instrumental in the Covenant's destruction at Installation 04. The Huragok were also part of the Covenant at some point and have been known to be loyal to the Covenant, as well as being used as a tool for infiltration operations.