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  • Metroid (species)
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  • Metroid (メトロイド, Metoroido) is the eponymous recurring artificial organism in the Metroid series which also appears as an Assist Trophy in Super Smash Flash 2.
  • Metroids are the titular creatures of the Metroid series. They are organisms created by the Chozo. First discovered on the planet SR388 years after their introduction, they were promptly used as a bioweapon by the Space Pirates. Metroids feed on the "life energy" of their prey in a manner similar to the way a leech drains a host organism's blood. Unlike leeches, Metroids leave all of their prey's blood and internal organs intact yet lacking the energy necessary to sustain life.
  • Metroids are a species of genetically-enhanced jellyfish, most prominently featured in the Metroid video game franchise. Many varieties of metroids are now available today thanks to breeding and wildlife conservation efforts, but they all generally share the following characteristics: Samus Aran is famous for driving metroids into extinction multiple times. They never completely die out, because Shigeru Miyamoto always releases some from his secret stash every time Nintendo needs more money.
  • Metroids are the titular creatures of the Metroid series. Created by the ancient Chozo race, they first became known to the universe at large when Space Pirates discovered them on their homeworld of SR388, and promptly decided to use them as bioweapons. Metroids feed on the "life energy" of their prey in a manner similar to the way a leech drains a host organism's blood. Unlike leeches, Metroids leave all of their prey's blood and internal organs intact, yet lacking the energy necessary to sustain life. It is unknown exactly how the Metroid extracts this "life energy" or what, in fact, said life energy consists of.
  • Metroids are one of the major elements and creatures in the Metroid series of games. They are some of the more feared species in the game, as they often appear in dark stages and attach themselves onto your face to suck out your energy. The species were created by the Chozo, and named them Metroid apparently because the name means "ultimate warrior" in their language. They created them so that they could be protected from the X Parasite, and they apparently don't eat blood as some may conclude, but rather suck out their victim's life energy. This allows them to kill the parasites without dying.
  • Metroids are a species of predator in the video game series of the same name, discovered on the planet SR388 years after they were created, and promptly used as a bioweapon by the Space Pirates. Metroids feed on the "life energy" of their prey in a manner similar to the way leeches drain a host organism's blood, however they leave all of the prey's blood and internal organs remain intact, feeding just off their life source. Metroids normally drain enough energy to kill their victims, which implies that Metroids are not parasites, but in fact predators.
Length
  • 2.0
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  • Chozo Prank
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Rarity
  • Rare
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Special
  • Leech Life
Games
  • All except Metroid Prime Hunters.
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Kingdom
  • Animalia
Game
  • mp1
Name
  • Metroid
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  • The dominant species of planet SR388, Metroids are energy-based parasitic predators. A Metroid will latch onto its prey and drain energy, growing larger as it does. The only way to shake an attached Metroid is to enter Morph Ball mode and lay a Bomb.
Type
  • Character
  • Offensive
Caption
  • Artwork from Super Metroid
Weakness
  • Ice, Missiles, Power Bombs
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  • Makes itself right at home
Weight
  • Variable
Species
  • Jellius Suckus
Title
  • Metroid
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  • 50
Class
  • C
  • Alienus
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  • Metroid
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  • Energy-based parasitic predator.
  • Morphology: Metroid
Universe
Homeworld
  • Bioengineered by Chozo for SR388
Attacks
  • Ramming
  • Energy leeching
Debut
Family
  • Suckus
Order
  • Jellius
Artist
Stage
  • Stage 2: Juvenile
Effect
  • Latches onto opponent, dealing continuous damage and hitstun
Cycle
  • Followed by: Alpha Metroid
  • Preceded by: Infant Metroid
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  • Metroids are a species of genetically-enhanced jellyfish, most prominently featured in the Metroid video game franchise. Many varieties of metroids are now available today thanks to breeding and wildlife conservation efforts, but they all generally share the following characteristics: * Flight - Nearly all metroids can fly around, despite the lack of a means for doing so. This is because they are not required to obey the laws of physics. The exceptions are the really big ones, which more closely resemble crabs or dinosaurs. * Metamorphosis - Because metroids are constantly killing things, they gain experience points quickly. This causes them to evolve frequently and into many different forms. Since they have way more than the standard three stages Pokémon are required by law to abide by, they are permanently banned from the Pokémon League. * Energy-based metabolism - Metroids abuse Albert Einstein's famous equation E=mc² on a constant basis to obtain more mass from mere energy absorption, because of their aforementioned exemption. This is despite the fact that the equation was disproven, which further shows their arrogance. Some theorize Galactus was a metroid that was launched into a star at some point, then became so obese he decided to just keep eating celestial bodies. * Weakness to cold - Metroids are very susceptible to brain freeze, which is why they are not found at the North Pole or eating ice cream instead of bioenergy. If a metroid so much as touches an ice cube, it will die in screaming agony. Some tougher ones have to be frozen solid, then shattered with missiles. Unfortunately, as cool as this sounds, the scattered frozen chunks will eventually thaw, leaving a gooey, splattered mess that someone will need to clean up. * Sucking - Metroids latch onto just about anything living and suck out its life, creating a nerd. These nerds frequently buy video games, including Metroid games, which further propagates the metroid species. Samus Aran is famous for driving metroids into extinction multiple times. They never completely die out, because Shigeru Miyamoto always releases some from his secret stash every time Nintendo needs more money.
  • Metroid (メトロイド, Metoroido) is the eponymous recurring artificial organism in the Metroid series which also appears as an Assist Trophy in Super Smash Flash 2.
  • Metroids are a species of predator in the video game series of the same name, discovered on the planet SR388 years after they were created, and promptly used as a bioweapon by the Space Pirates. Metroids feed on the "life energy" of their prey in a manner similar to the way leeches drain a host organism's blood, however they leave all of the prey's blood and internal organs remain intact, feeding just off their life source. Metroids normally drain enough energy to kill their victims, which implies that Metroids are not parasites, but in fact predators. According to the Super Metroid instruction manual, the Metroids were rumored to be created by an ancient race. The Chozo, revealed in Metroid Fusion's manual, genetically engineered the Metroids to prevent the spreading of the dangerous X Parasite life-forms. This is expanded upon in chapter four of the Metroid Manga. The name "Metroid" in the Chozo language means "Ultimate Warrior".
  • Metroids are the titular creatures of the Metroid series. Created by the ancient Chozo race, they first became known to the universe at large when Space Pirates discovered them on their homeworld of SR388, and promptly decided to use them as bioweapons. Metroids feed on the "life energy" of their prey in a manner similar to the way a leech drains a host organism's blood. Unlike leeches, Metroids leave all of their prey's blood and internal organs intact, yet lacking the energy necessary to sustain life. It is unknown exactly how the Metroid extracts this "life energy" or what, in fact, said life energy consists of. The Metroids were long rumored to be created by an ancient race, though their motive for doing so remained a mystery to the rest of the universe. Eventually, it came to light that the Chozo were the ones who genetically engineered the Metroids, in order to prevent the spread of the more dangerous X Parasites. Appropriately, the word "Metroid" in the Chozo language roughly translates to "Ultimate Warrior".
  • Metroids are one of the major elements and creatures in the Metroid series of games. They are some of the more feared species in the game, as they often appear in dark stages and attach themselves onto your face to suck out your energy. The species were created by the Chozo, and named them Metroid apparently because the name means "ultimate warrior" in their language. They created them so that they could be protected from the X Parasite, and they apparently don't eat blood as some may conclude, but rather suck out their victim's life energy. This allows them to kill the parasites without dying. However, their project went awry when the Metroids started to become more vicious. No one knows what ever happened to the Chozo on the planet that created them, though it could be conclusive that they were killed by the Metroids. Once a Metroid is born, it considers the first being it sees to be its mother, much like most real life animals do. This can be seen in Metroid II: Return of Samus and Super Metroid, where a newly hatched baby Metroid looks to Samus Aran, the protagonist of the series, as its mother, as normally a newborn would attack her or any other living being. It can thus be concluded that they have a form of intelligence seeing that they have a thought process. In time, a Metroid will start to morph (the life cycle of a Metroid can be seen to the left) into larger and more powerful creatures. All of the species to the left have been seen as enemies in the Metroid series.
  • Metroids are the titular creatures of the Metroid series. They are organisms created by the Chozo. First discovered on the planet SR388 years after their introduction, they were promptly used as a bioweapon by the Space Pirates. Metroids feed on the "life energy" of their prey in a manner similar to the way a leech drains a host organism's blood. Unlike leeches, Metroids leave all of their prey's blood and internal organs intact yet lacking the energy necessary to sustain life.
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