Quarrel Halliday is a fictional intelligence operative who appeared in the 2015 video-game James Bond: World of Espionage. The character is a re-imagining of the literary and film character who first appeared in Ian Fleming's 1958 novel Dr. No and was subsequently adapted for EON Productions' 1962 James Bond film of the same name.
Steadfast and loyal, Quarrel Halliday pulls no punches, neither in speech nor when conflict resolution is required. Despite suffering from dyslexia, Quarrel is multi-lingual and can speak English, Spanish and French. Notably, this interpretation of Quarrel has a younger sister named Summer, as well as a half-sister named November. Like their brother, both are intelligence operatives employed by MI6.
Investigating the activities of Dr. Julius No, James Bond attempts to enlist the support of old friend Quarrel Halliday at Kingston Quay. Although initially reluctant, Quarrel agrees to help and informs him of the existence of a dragon (which Bond deduces must be a weapon of some kind) which guards Dr. No's property at Crab Key. The pair travel to Crab Key, where they encounter a fellow trespasser, Honey Ryder. The three proceed into the mangrove swamps, where they are hunted by the Doctor's men. Eventually they are cornered in a thicket and Quarrel is incinerated by the dragon - a flame-throwing tank.