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PostSubject: Samus Aran   January 1st 2012, 4:20 am

Character Name: Samus Aran
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Apparent Age: Mid to late twenties
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Origin: Mining Colony K-2L
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Race: Human (with Chozo DNA and Nano-Cybernetics)
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Height: 6'7” (In Suit) 6'3” (Out of Suit)
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Weight: 250 lbs (In Suit) 198 lbs (Out of Suit)
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Gender: Female
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Physical Description: Tall, Blond, and athletic


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Known Relatives: Virginia Aran (Mother) Deceased, Rodney Aran (Father) Deceased.
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Religion: Chozo beliefs.
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Skills: Basic skills, domestic skills, graduate from the Chozo school of science, Graduate from the Chozo school of combat, Graduate from the Galactic Federation's Police Academy, Graduate from the Galactic Federation's Military, Skilled in hand to hand combat, Skilled marksman, expert in Chozo technology, History, science and culture, Master of the Power Suit, Expert Pilot, Gymnastics Expert.
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Abilities: Slightly enhanced physical capabilities due to body enhancement. She's twice as strong as a human of her size and build as well as twice as fast with cat like reflexes.
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Alignment: Neutral Good
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Personality: Typically, Samus is depicted as a Byronic hero, who despite her great achievements, is deep down very lonely and brooding, and seeks revenge against the Space Pirates, especially Ridley, who is personally responsible for the death of her parents.
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Powers: N/A
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Restrictions: N/A
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Weapons and Precious Items:

Power Suit: The Power Suit is a suit of armor invented by the Chozo that Samus wears on her many adventures. It is the most basic suit out of them all, and has the Arm Cannon, as well as the ability to transform into the Morph Ball. The Chozo scientist Dryn was largely responsible for the development of the Power Suit. The suit was infused with a Chozo technology to make it highly versatile. Because of this, the Power Suit may upload data, weapons and modifications, and adapt to the changes immediately.
Because of its modular design, the Power Suit can accept almost any upgrade, regardless of its background. The suit uses Energy Tanks to power it as well as maintain it's structural integrity.

Missile Launcher: Samus's Missile Launcher is an Arm Cannon upgrade that allows Samus to use Missiles. The Missile Launcher can initially only fire normal missiles, but it can fire several different kinds of Missiles as Samus obtains the appropriate upgrade.
The Missile Launcher can be activated without firing a Missile. Activating the Missile Launcher alters the Arm Cannon's appearance. The tip of the Arm Cannon opens wider, allowing Missiles to fit through the cannon. The Missile Launcher holds Samus's Missiles, however many she may have. The number of Missiles she has depends on how many Missile Expansions she has picked up. Because there are so many Missiles to be carried, it is possible that the Missile Launcher creates Missiles as it fires via Chozo Nano-technology. Each Missle Expansion increases her missile capacity by 5.

Arm Cannon: The Arm Cannon is Samus's trademark weapon and the most basic and most used weapon and tool of all by Samus Aran. It was built by the Chozo for Samus. It is part of the Power Suit and can utilize many extensions such as the Missile Launcher and various beams. The Arm Cannon was built to be technologically flexible, allowing easy upgrades and uploads. Samus uses her Arm Cannon not only for firing weapons, but also for uploading data such as Map Stations data or suit upgrades.

Grapple Beam: The Grapple Beam is a useful upgrade. It allows Samusto swing across gaps and can also perform other tasks. It can be used on most surfaces. The Grapple Beam is an attachment to Samus's rarely used left arm.

Charge Beam: The Charge Beam was an upgrade to Samus's Power Suit that creates a more powerful shot through the Arm Cannon. The Charge Beam could be used with all of the Power Beam acquired.

Ice Beam: The Ice Beam is a weapon which has been used regularly by Samus Aran. When fired, it produces a frigid beam that can freeze many targets. Frozen targets can then be destroyed by a Missile impact, or used as platforms. Due to their sensitivity to cold, the Ice Beam is a potent weapon in the extermination of Metroids.

Morph Ball: The Morph Ball, is Samus Aran's alternate form. Utilizing Chozo Matter Condensing Technology, when using the Morph Ball, Samus is transformed into a one meter diameter metallic sphere. This allows her to travel through tight passages into which she would normally not be able to fit. Using various modular upgrades, its abilities can be extended. Other creatures and Hunters can use systems similar to Samus's Morph Ball.

Morph Ball Bomb: A Morph Ball Bomb is a small, energy based, time-detonated explosive that Samus can deploy while in Morph Ball form. It can be used to damage enemies, as well as execute the Bomb Jump and related techniques. The bombs can also be used to destroy materials otherwise impervious to Samus's weaponry, such as Sandstone and Talloric Alloy. The supply of bombs is unlimited, though some appearances have a "cool down" period which only allows Samus to drop three bombs at a time. She regains the ability to drop one of these bombs about a second after an already laid bomb has been detonated.

Power Bomb: Power Bombs are the one of the ultimate weapons in Samus's arsenal. They are a heavily upgraded version of standard Bombs, creating a large superheated explosion that can incinerate organic matter instantaneously (including Metroids), and destroy Bendezium and Denzium alloy. The number of Power Bombs held at once can be expanded with the Power Bomb Expansion.

Boost Ball: The Boost Ball is an upgrade for the Morph Ball that has appeared in the Prime series. It allows Samus to charge up energy and boost forward with a massive amount of momentum when in Morph Ball Form. The more Samus charges the boost, the faster she will go, similar to the Charge Beam. The Boost Ball can cause damage to most enemies on contact.

Plasma Beam: The Plasma Beam is a Chozo-designed upgrade to Samus's Arm Cannon. It is the one of the most powerful beam weapons in Samus's arsenal. It is a heat based weapon, allowing Samus to melt both ice and Frigitite and ignite foes. A Charged shot can reduce most enemies to a cloud of ashes instantly.

Space Jump: It allows Samus to jump up to seven times instead of the usual two which she can use to cross large distances easily. It also allows Samus to scale walls.

Super Missile: Super Missiles are very powerful upgrade, a more concussive version of the standard Missiles. They are bulkier in appearance and are green tipped, as opposed to the slim, red-tipped Missiles. They are used to destroy certain armor and enemies, as well as clear away extremely dense materials such as Cordite. Super Missiles are fired by charging up Samus's Charge Beam and firing a missile. Once again, they are equivalent to five missiles and take up five missiles from her reserve..

X-Ray Visor: The X-Ray Visor is a Visor upgrade. It is used to see through walls, see cloaked enemies, find hidden objects, and locate passages.

Thermal Visor: The Thermal Visor was created as part of an Imaging research project being conducted by Space Pirates. Their experimentation with Phazon revealed that Phazon Ore was bound together by Phazon Energy, and that the highest concentrations of radioactivity could be detected using Thermal Imaging. It was also determined that weaknesses in the casing of Phazon ore could be detected via Thermal Imaging, which could potentially undermine many of their Phazon experiments, such as Project Titan and their most successful venture in that project, Thardus.  It detects heat signatures given off by enemies and other objects. The Thermal Visor does not have the Radar present in the Combat Visor.

Combat Visor: The Combat Visor is Samus Aran's main visor. The Combat Visor not only displays what Samus can see through the helmet but it also features a display of the amount of energy you have on the top, the amount of Missiles you have on the right, and a hazards material detector on the left. Its main use is to lock on to enemies. The standard Combat Visor is capable of targeting most creatures with ease.

Scan Visor: The Scan Visor is Samus's second standard Visor. It can scan enemies, people, lore, data, and research. It can also scan terminals and activation panels to activate elevators, gates, and more. Overall, the Scan Visor is Samus's source of basic and in-depth information on her surroundings. Scanning everything possible will usually result in some sort of information.

Spider Ball: The Spider Ball is an upgrade for Samus's Morph Ball. It allows Samus to scale nearly any wall while in Morph Ball mode, however, the Spider Ball can only cling to metallic surfaces.

Spring Ball: The Spring Ball (or Jump Ball,) is an ability of Samus's that allows her Morph Ball to jump without using a Morph Ball Bomb.

Wave Beam: The Wave Beam is one of the upgrades to Samus's basic Beam weapons, designed by the Chozo.
It causes the arm cannon to fire three oscillating electrical pulses that will have limited homing abilities on any target Samus locks on to. A charged shot will briefly paralyze enemies that it hits. The electrical pulses can easily destroy machines, and be used to energize Power Conduits. The Wave Beam is also one of Samus's weapons that have been reverse-engineered, wielded by the Wave Trooper variation of Trooper Pirates.

Varia Suit: The Varia Suit reduces damage taken by 10% and protects Samus from super-heated areas as well as acidic elements.

Gravity Suit: The purpose of the Gravity Suit is to allow Samus to move freely underwater, and in some cases, in magma or lava. The suit also reduces damage from enemies and/or the environment.

Zero Suit: The Zero Suit is a tight, full-body, blue suit with few markings over it. The suit was built by the Chozo and has a Chozo symbol on its chest. It also has light red, glowing markings on its back where Samus Stores her Power Suit when not in use. This suit also utilizes the Chozo Matter Condensing Technology.

Gun Ship: Samus Aran's Gunship is a one of a kind Hunter Class spacecraft. It was custom built for Samus by the Federated Shipyards at Aliehs II. It contains a mobile energy recharge system, micro-factories designed to produce ammunition, and sophisticated on board computer stores mission data collected in the field for further reference. Samus owns several variations of the ship. It is equipped with a powerful Chozo biotech computer that can interface with Samus's command visor to deliver aerial bombardment to locations of her choosing. The ship also carries a biohazard scanner. All Samus's gunships utilize both Federation and Chozo technology


Missile Capacity: 250
Power Bomb Capacity: Unlimited Power Bombs with a 30 second cool down period between planting.
Energy Tank Expansion: 20
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Phobias: N/A
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Illnesses: N/A
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Sexual Preferences: Heterosexual
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Occupation: Galactic Bounty Hunter
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History: Samus began life as a young girl on the mining colony of K-2L with her parents, Rodney Aran and Virginia Aran. When she was three years old, her hometown was visited by the Chozo, a bird-like race. They were in need of Afloraltite, which was mined on K-2L by the Federation colonists there. They came in peace, and Samus immediately found a kindred spirit in a Chozo elder named Old Bird. He taught Samus that befriending and understanding others can be used to solve problems. He then demonstrates this philosophy by showing Samus how to befriend Pyonchi, a rabbit-like creature; he remains Samus's companion through many years. Rodney Aran refused the Chozo the Afloraltite they sought, and the Chozo ship left K-2L empty-handed the day that they landed.

Unfortunately, a Space Pirate flagship was following the Chozo, hoping for a chance to steal any Afloraltite the Chozo might discover. It landed on the innocent colony and a raid ensued, led by none other than the dragon-like bioform Ridley. Samus, remembering what Old Bird had taught her, attempted to befriend Ridley in spite of his terrifying appearance. Because he felt humiliated and embarrassed in front of his subordinates, Ridley attempted to kill Samus. Virginia saw and got in the way of the strike, just as any mother would. She suffered the fatal blow. At the same time, Rodney infiltrated the Space Pirates' vessel and ignited the Afloraltiite the Space Pirates had stolen, thus sacrificing himself and destroying all of the Space Pirates. Ridley was mortally wounded, but he survived. The only survivor of the attack was Samus.

Soon after the Chozo left, they received a distress signal from the colonists. Old Bird feared the worst, and ordered the ship to return to K-2L. Old Bird and Grey Voice discovered Samus and brought her to their home planet, Zebes. Mother Brain, a sentient organic robot created by the Chozo, predicted that Samus's frail body could not withstand harsh life in Zebes. The Chozo hoped to evade this problem by integrating Chozo DNA with hers and equipping her with the Power Suit, a bio-mechanical suit with the ability to assimilate many weapons and functions

While Samus was fourteen, Old Bird and Gray Voice trained her in the ways of the Power Suit. They taught her how to use it and that she must use her power to protect others for the good of the galaxy. After a particularly difficult training session, in which Samus failed to destroy the targets she had been asked to destroy because she was not focusing properly, Gray Voice reminded her that if she wanted to survive and protect others, then she must utilize her abilities to the max; second or third place will never do.

Samus ran off to calm down; she watched an Iono Feria absorb moisture and ionize it to fly. Samus fed the Iono Feria and picked some flowers that the Iono Feria were near. When Gray Voice came to check on her, she showed him the flowers. When Gray Voice saw them, he freaked out and told Samus that the flowers were extremely poisonous Badger Clover. Gray Voice and Mother Brain realized that the Iono Feria carried the Badger Clover to Zebes, and Gray Voice ordered for the flowers and the Iono Feria to be burned. Samus objected to the needless shedding of blood, but Gray Voice insisted. The Iono Feria picked up weapons lying nearby and began to defend themselves. Samus took matters into her own hands and shot the weapons away from the Iono Feria. Samus managed to calm down the Iono Feria, and Mother Brain began damage control..

Samus went to a different room to calm down, and Old Bird came to talk to her. He told her that she was ready to leave Zebes and head out on her own. Samus was skeptical, but Old Bird silenced her doubts. Samus resolved then and there to live up to her predecessors' legacy and become the true "Protector of the Galaxy".

At an unspecified point after Samus left the Chozo, she joined up with the Federation Police. While she was in the Police, she was assigned several recon missions, all of which were likely designed to keep tabs on Space Pirate activity in her area.
At one point, Samus was assigned to the planet Jigrad. She was monitoring Space Pirate activity in the area with her comrades Kreatz and Mauk. When Samus' comrades came to check on her at her post, she gave them the numbers of the Space Pirates. Kreatz took a look, and he identified the leader of the Space Pirates name to be Kani, but he was not able to ascertain what the Space Pirates were doing there. Samus told him that the Space Pirates had left a remnant of their forces; they were forcing the natives of the planet to build a "gaudy building" for no apparent reason.

Kreatz had just suggested to go and report back to headquarters when Samus noticed something; the Space Pirates had brought in a group of children to work on their "gaudy building". The Space Pirates brought in the group of children and "prepared everything as usual". "Preparing things as usual" entailed setting up a sensor at a certain height; if a child failed to trigger the sensor, they were dispatched. The adults working on the building pleaded for the Space Pirates to stop killing children, implying that the Space Pirates made that a grisly habit. Samus was surprised by such a cruel act, even coming from the Space Pirates. The Space Pirate began to taunt the little girl he was preparing to kill, saying that it was simply for amusement and telling the little girl to "scream and cry". The Space Pirates shot the girl, but their beams "shot back"; Samus had rushed down in her Power Suit and grabbed the girl. She placed the Space Pirates under arrest. The Space Pirate leader pointed out that Samus was seemingly alone and ordered his men to attack, beginning a firefight. Samus sent the civilians to safety, and began her fighting. Kreatz was worried about the consequences of disobeying orders, so he asked for advice from Mauk, whom had been silent up to that point. Mauk's answer was simply to join the conflict. That prompted Kreatz to join the conflict, as he enjoyed a firefight as well.

After the firefight, there was one Space Pirate left alive. When the Space Pirate happened to crawl underneath the sensor the girl had failed to trigger, Samus decided to kill the Space Pirate just as he was preparing to do to the little girl. The Space Pirate begged for mercy, but Samus remembered the murders on K-2L and was going to shoot him anyway. Just then, Samus heard the cries of the little girl; she had been keeping it in the whole time. The women of the colony comforted the little girl, telling her that it was over. Samus decided to not shed any more blood and placed the Space Pirate under arrest.

Afterwards, Chief Hardy, the commander in charge of Samus and her friends, reprimanded the three for disobeying orders. The little girl came to thank Samus for saving her, but Samus told the girl that she was the one who had saved her. Samus walked off hand in hand with the little girl, who told Samus her name; Damara. Later, Adam Malkovich told Chief Hardy that while the Pirates were gone, now he had to deal with a piece of baggage; Samus Aran.

Some time after the Space Pirates had established a power base on Zebes, the Galactic Federation hired Samus Aran to destroy Mother Brain and the Metroids the Pirates were amassing.After defeating Ridley and Kraid, Samus gains access to Tourian. There, she defeated the Metroids and Mother Brain which activated a self destruct sequence. She managed to escape from Tourian but was attacked by the Pirates in orbit around Zebes and her gunship was shot down. This left her without the protection of her Power Suit with only her emergency pistol for defense and with no choice but to infiltrate the Pirates' Mother Ship.

After evading the many Zebesians aboard the ship, Samus finds an ancient test left by the Chozo. After defeating it, Samus gains a more powerful suit that enables her the use of all items she had acquired on the planet. She then works her way to the top of the Mother Ship, where she battles a mechanical version of Ridley known as Mecha Ridley. After destroying the machine, the ship's self destruct is activated. Samus is forced to steal a small Pirate vessel and flee the ship before is destroyed.

After receiving a signal from an unidentified distress beacon, Samus tracks it back to a vessel in orbit above Tallon IV and moves to intercept it.Upon her arrival, she discovers the abandoned Space Pirate Frigate, Orpheon. While Samus explores, she learns that the Space Pirates performed many experiments there, most of which were performed on creatures native to Tallon IV. Eventually, Samus comes upon the Reactor Core of the frigate, where a Parasite Queen lurks. Samus defeats the mutated monster, but it falls down the core, setting off a sequence of destruction that will blow the frigate up. As Samus escapes, she sees her rival; Ridley, reborn as Meta Ridley, escape the frigate to the planet's surface. Samus flies to the surface of Tallon IV to investigate further.

As she explores, she comes upon the Chozo Ruins. While there, she learns that the planet is slowly being corrupted by the impact of a large meteor, which has caused the destruction of the Chozo Civilization on the planet. This meteor has corrupted almost all of Tallon IV; the water supply, the natural wildlife, even some of the Chozo themselves.

While she explores, discovers that the Space Pirates are mining the toxic Phazon and attempting to use it for their own purposes. She happens upon their research labs within Phendrana Drifts at the Glacier One outpost. Samus discovers that the Space Pirates managed to take some of the Metroids from Zebes and were experimenting on them. While she is in the labs, she learns of Project Titan. Later, she is forced to defeat its result; Thardus. She also interrupts their mining at the Phazon Mines, and defeats their most powerful experiment, the Omega Pirate.

Eventually, Samus learns that the source of the corruption was inside the Impact Crater. The crater had been sealed by twelve Chozo Artifacts at the Artifact Temple by the Chozo before their corruption. Amongst their lore, she reads that the Chozo not only foresaw the coming of a Worm, but of the Entrusted One - a prophecy that points to Samus herself.

Samus gathers the twelve Chozo Artifacts and opens the Impact Crater, confronting and defeating Meta Ridley in the process. Inside the crater, she encounters the source of Phazon on the planet, the Metroid Prime. She eradicates it and leaves the planet, believing her mission completed. After the creature is defeated, it grabs hold of Samus' Phazon Suit, but destabilizes. Samus departs Tallon IV, and leaves for another assignment. However, the Metroid Prime survived, as Dark Samus.

The disappearance of the G.F.S. Tyr prompts the Galactic Federation to send Samus Aran to investigate. Upon her arrival at the planet Aether, her ship is damaged by magnetic storms and she is stranded on the surface while the ship repairs itself. She discovers that the entire crew of theTyr has been killed by hordes of creatures called Splinters, and that their bodies have become hosts for an unknown parasitic biomass. As she explores Aether, she happens upon the Great Temple and fights the Alpha Splinter there, acquiring the Energy Transfer Module after defeating it. Afterwards, she meets U-Mos, the Sentinel of Aether and the leader of the Luminoth, who was protecting the final Energy Controller in the Great Temple. He explains that the impact of a cosmic object on the planet caused a division, and that as a result, Aether exists in a state of Transdimensional Flux. He beseeches her to help the Luminoth stave off their enemy, created from that impact, the Ing, using the Energy Transfer Module that bonded with her suit. She accepts, and sets out to collect the planetary energy stolen by the Ing from the Agon, Torvus, and Sanctuary regions to save the Luminoth.

During her mission, she encounters her Phazon-powered doppelganger Dark Samus, Metroid Prime reborn using DNA from Samus and the structure of her Phazon suit, and engages her in combat multiple times. She also dismantles several Space Pirate operations on the planet.

She finally makes her way to the top of the dark Sky Temple and kills the Emperor Ing, siphoning the last of the stolen planetary energy. This causes Dark Aether to collapse. As she escapes, she encounters Dark Samus again. She engages her in combat, presumably destroying her, and saves the planet. After the incident, the G.F.S. Anhur comes to the planet and helps the Luminoth rebuild. The crew of the Anhur finds Phazon left behind by the Space Pirates and brings it back with them.

About six months after the events that occurred on the planet Aether, Samus Aran is again issued an assignment by the Galactic Federation: she is to travel to the GFS Olympus, the flagship of the Galactic Federation, for a scheduled meeting with Fleet Admiral Castor Dane and three other hunters - Rundas, an arrogant, ice-wielding hunter; Ghor, a technically brilliant and kind hunter; and Gandrayda, a playful, flexible, and formidable shape-shifter. The four hunters are briefed concerning a digital Phazon virus that had spread to several supercomputers dubbed Aurora Units. During the hunters' briefing, a Space Pirate raid on the Olympus is launched via several Space Pirate Boarding Pods. The Space Pirates then launch an attack on the planet being orbited by the Olymupus, Norion, which is one of the most important military planets in the entire Galactic Federation. Samus, Rundas, Ghor, Gandrayda, and the Galactic Federation give chase.

On the surface of Norion, the hunters and the Federation realize that the Space Pirates have disabled several power conduits that are needed for the digital interfaces to work properly. Aurora Unit 242 suddenly indicates that a Phazon-like meteor, later revealed to be a Leviathan, is about to crash into the planet and will infect Norion in its entirety with Phazon if it is not stopped. Samus and the hunters are dispatched to restore energy to the downed power conduits, which in turn will power an energy cannon that can be used to destroy the meteor. While Samus is engaged in this task, she encounters Meta Ridley, once again resurrected by the Space Pirates. She defeats him once again and restores power to all the generators.

Once the hunters arrive at the Energy Cannon's controls, they encounter the revived Dark Samus. Dark Samus utilizes her natural ability to generate Phazon and creates a Phazon blast that renders the four hunters unconscious. Samus, however, is able to remain awake long enough to fire the Energy Cannon, destroying the meteor.

One month later, Samus awakens and is informed by a trooper that the other three hunters woke up several weeks ago. The hunters were producing Phazon on their own as a result of Dark Samus' attack, but the Federation's medical team noticed no ill-effects, so they outfitted the hunters withPED Suits. The three hunters had been sent to Bryyo, Elysia, and the Pirate Homeworld to destroy Leviathans that had impacted there. Communications with the hunters were lost shortly thereafter, and so Samus is issued a PED Suit similar in nature and appearance to those being worn by several squads of Federation Marines and is issued a new assignment: find and destroy the Leviathans and, if possible, discover what happened to the other hunters.

During the mission, Samus discovers that the hunters each show signs of being taken over by Phazon Corruption due to using the PED suits. Each of the other hunters attacks Samus when she encounters them, and Samus is forced to terminate each one. While on the Pirate Homeworld, Samus learns that the hunters had been completely consumed by Phazon and were under the dominion of Dark Samus. Dark Samus had even placed them in command of the Space Pirate forces on each planet. After destroying each Leviathan, Samus's body becomes controlled more and more by her natural Phazon; it becomes increasingly difficult to stay in control while in Hypermode.

After Samus destroys each Leviathan, Aurora Unit 242 announces the discovery of a single planet that is the source of all Phazon, called Phaaze, and that the Phazon levels there are on the rise. Dark Samus has been controlling it using an Aurora Unit, Aurora Unit 313, stolen from the GFS Valhalla. Samus explores the now-derelict Valhalla and discovers a means of travel to Phaaze: the Leviathans are capable of creating wormholes in order to reach their destinations, and the Space Pirates possess a Leviathan rigged to fly like a ship. While the Federation fleet distracts Space Pirate forces, Samus boards the Leviathan vessel and flies to Phaaze.
When Samus arrives at Phaaze and steps out of her gunship, the sheer amount of Phazon present in her body causes her Phazon corruption to rise to one-hundred percent. Her ship is unable to recognize her as the owner, so passage on the gunship is unobtainable until she rids her body of the Phazon contained in it. She is forced to vent her energy tanks and enter permanent Hypermode, becoming more and more saturated with Phazon the longer she stays on Phaaze.

Once Samus arrives at the Sanctum of the Phazon core, she encounters Dark Samus once again and engages her in battle. Dark Samus is forced to merge with the stolen Aurora Unit 313 as a last resort. With her Phazon levels ever rising, Samus destroys the corrupted supercomputer. Dark Samus emerges from the downed Aurora Unit and makes one last gesture towards Samus before vanishing into a gas of Phazon, never to be seen again.

Samus quickly flees the unstable planet. Her objective is completed, but at a great cost; many Federation troopers and ships were lost, the lives of each of the other hunters, and great mental distress to Samus herself. With Phaaze eliminated, the threat of Phazon Corruption disappears. Samus flies off in search of a new target, and possibly a new mission, but she is followed by a mysterious ship.
Some time after neutralizing the threat Phazon posed, Samus is ordered to eradicate the entire Metroid population on the planet of SR388 After battling through the numerous Metroids and other hostile creatures, she arrives in the Queen Metroid's lair and destroys the few remaining Metroids found in it. After a fierce battle with the Queen Metroid, Samus emerges victorious and completes her main objective. However, after heading towards her gunship to leave SR388, a Metroid, the last of its kind, hatches from an egg. Instead of terminating the infant Metroid, Samus takes it to the Ceres Space Colony for the Galactic Federation to conduct research on the specimen.

Shortly after departing from the Ceres Space Colony, Samus receives a distress signal indicating that the colony had come under attack by Space Pirates. When she returns to the station, she finds the scientists dead and the Metroid missing. After further exploration into Ceres, Samus encounters Ridley, who is holding the Metroid. She is unable to defeat Ridley before he flees with the Metroid and activates the station's self-destruct. Samus follows the Pirates to a rebuilt Zebes to finish them off and retrieve the Hatchling.

On Zebes, Samus encounters several enemies she has encountered in the past, such as Kraid. New additions are also added to the Pirate forces. After defeating Kraid, Phantoon, Draygon, and Ridley, Samus gains access to a rebuilt and pulchritudinous Tourian where she discovers a host of Metroids. Deeper within the lair, she confronts the Metroid Hatchling, which has grown to a massive size; it appears to be in its adult stage. The Metroid feeds on Samus's Energy Tanks and leaves her with a single unit of energy before flying off.

Once she recoveres, Samus works her way to Mother Brain. Though she manages to destroy Mother's containment vessel, Mother rises up from the ground with a mechanical body. Among her many attacks, Mother fires an energy beam that is powerful enough to immobilize Samus. However, before Mother is able to kill Samus, the Hatchling attacks, draining Mother Brain's energy. The Hatchling then begins replenishing Samus's energy, even as it is assaulted by Mother Brain. After her energy is restored, the Metroid again tries to attack Mother Brain, but it is killed in the process. Samus discovers that as a result of the Hatchling's restoration of her healt, all of her beam weapons are replaced by the far more powerful Hyper Beam. She then uses her new-found power to destroy Mother Brain. Immediately after Mother Brain is defeated, a self-destruct sequence is activated. Samus escapes, and the entire planet is destroyed in the explosion.

A few months after her return from Zebes, Samus, who is no longer under orders, receives a distress signal known as "Baby's Cry," which is emanating from a space station known as the Bottle Ship, and takes it upon herself to respond and investigate the facility. Shortly after landing, she comes into contact with the Galactic Federation 07th Platoon, led by her former commanding officer, Adam Malkovich. Although she is initially left in the dark about the Federation's motives (Anthony Higgs is the only person who treats her amicably), she cooperates with the platoon to take down the Brug Mass. Adam allows Samus to aid the Federation if she will accept his one condition; she must obey orders from him. Samus accepts, and begins her mission.

Her directives take her to three sectors, each with a different simulated environment: Sector 1, the Biosphere (a lush, jungle area), Sector 2, the Cryosphere (a frozen wasteland), and Sector 3, the Pyrosphere (a deadly expanse of lava, rock, and volcanic structures). She faces many familiar enemies during her stay, along with a plethora of new and bizarre creations, including Nightmare and the RB176 Ferrocrusher. She eventually learns from Madeline Bergman that a rogue group of Federation agents has been, against Federation protocol, genetically modifying the life-forms aboard the ship for use as bioweapons. The group in charge also dispatched an assassin to eliminate anyone who learns this, and this assassin is in the platoon. Much to her surprise, Samus also learns that Mother Brain's AI was used to create an android that could control Metroids, long thought to have been extinguished, and that DNA from her Power Suit was even used to unwittingly clone Ridley.

Her desire to stop the rogue agent and resolve the crisis leads Samus to the Bioweapon Research Center, an off-shoot of the Biosphere, where she meets the real Madeline Bergman and discovers that she and other scientists accidentally created a Queen Metroid. After a long and difficult battle (made worse with the knowledge that Adam sacrificed himself to destroy Sector Zero), Samus destroys the Queen, shuts down the rebellious android, and leaves the Bottle Ship, which has since been marked by the Federation for destruction. She returns before the Federation destroys the ship in order to retrieve Adam's helmet, but her task is hindered by the appearance of another enemy from her past, Phantoon. With the specter's defeat, a self-destruct sequence is activated. Samus races to and climbs into her Gunship, clad in her Zero Suit. As she places Adam's helmet in the seat beside her, Samus reflects on her experiences on the Bottle Ship and narrowly escapes her demise.

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