List of SSBB trophies (Metroid series)

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This article is about Metroid trophies in Brawl. For Metroid trophies in Melee, see here. For links to all trophies, see List of trophies.

The following is a list of the 27 trophies from the Metroid series that appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Four are unlocked by completing Classic Mode and All-Star Mode with Samus and Zero Suit Samus; two are collectable through the use of Trophy Stands on foes in The Subspace Emissary; and the rest are available through all the means of collecting random trophies, including Coin Launcher.

Name How to Unlock Picture Description
Samus Clear Classic Mode as Samus Samus - Brawl Trophy.png The intergalactic bounty hunter named Samus Aran. Orphaned at an early age, she was taken in and raised by the alien race known as the Chozo. The Power Suit she wears is a product of their technology. Her unique combat skills combined with her athleticism and Arm Cannon have seen her through countless missions.
NES: Metroid
SNES: Super Metroid
Zero Laser Clear All-Star Mode as Samus Zero Laser - Brawl Trophy.png Samus's Final Smash. The beam emerging from her Arm Cannon is dreadfully powerful and causes great damage to enemies. The beam travels slowly but can be swept up and down. The recoil of the beam is so great that it tears off her Power Suit, revealing Zero Suit Samus. The pieces of her armor can be picked up and thrown as weapons.
Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Zero Suit Samus Clear Classic Mode as Zero Suit Samus Zero Suit Samus - Brawl Trophy.png Samus Aran without her mighty Power Suit. In this condition, she does not have the firepower she's famed for but is in full possession of the agility and athleticism she gained through her childhood training with the Chozo. Without the armor, she's also much, much faster. The weapon she carries is a self-protection device known as a Paralyzer that stops enemies cold.
GB Advance: Metroid: Zero Mission
Power Suit Samus Clear All-Star Mode as Zero Suit Samus Power Suit Samus - Brawl Trophy.png Zero Suit Samus's Final Smash. Samus loses her Power Suit when she fires the Zero Laser, but she can restore it—that is, she can return from her Zero Suit form to her familiar armored form. That being said, Zero Suit Samus is very quick with great reach, so there are tactical reasons to fight as is. If that's your preference, don't pick up any Smash Balls.
Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Screw Attack Random Screw Attack - Brawl Trophy.png A badge you can wear to turn your jumps into Samus's signature Screw Attacks. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, it was an item you carried, but this time around its a badge you wear—which means you can use it and another item at the same time. There's a good chance you'll be able to string together Screw Attacks and midair strikes for powerful combos.
NES: Metroid
SNES: Super Metroid
Metroid Random Metroid - Brawl Trophy.png A bioengineered life-form found on planet SR388. Metroids attach to organisms and drain life energy. The Galactic Federation commissions Samus to eliminate them, but Space Pirates try to harness their power. One of the few ways Samus can kill Metroids is by shooting them with the Ice Beam and then shattering them with missiles. The Metroid's cry is chilling and indescribable.
NES: Metroid
Game Boy: Metroid II: Return of Samus
Samus (Fusion Suit) Random Samus (Fusion Suit) - Brawl Trophy.png During exploration of SR388, Samus is infected by an X parasite and nearly dies. A vaccine created from Metroid cells saves her, but her suit turns blue and loses most of its abilities and weapons. This new Samus must regather her special abilities and fight to neutralize the threat of the X parasites in the space station run by Biologic Space Laboratories.
GB Advance: Metroid Fusion
Samus (Power Suit) Random Samus (Power Suit) - Brawl Trophy.png Samus in the basic version of the legendary Power Suit, made for her by the Chozo race. Samus is most often seen at the beginning of each game in this suit. The normal Power Suit has the lowest level of protective power and features no additional functions. She can use the cannon on her right arm for power shots and build up her arsenal through item pick-ups.
NES: Metroid
GameCube: Metroid Prime
Samus (Varia Suit) Random Samus (Varia Suit) - Brawl Trophy.png A suit with a higher level of protection than the Power Suit. It eliminates damage caused by very hot or cold areas. It is also more resilient to enemy attacks than the Power Suit and great differs in shoulder design. Recent visual depictions of Samus often show her wearing the Varia Suit.
SNES: Super Metroid
GameCube: Metroid Prime
Samus (Gravity Suit) Random Samus (Gravity Suit) - Brawl Trophy.png A Power Suit that provides even more damage protection than the Varia Suit. This Gravity Suit also allows Samus to move without water resistance when underwater. In most games in the series, this suit also blocks lava damage and friction. In addition, it allows Samus to use item bonuses like the High Jump, Space Jump, even when underwater or in lava.
SNES: Super Metroid
GameCube: Metroid Prime
Samus (Dark Suit) Random Samus (Dark Suit) - Brawl Trophy.png A Power Suit that reduces damage taken from the atmosphere of Dark Aether. It is obtained after defeating Amorbis in the Dark Torvus Temple[1]. With its increased protection, it greatly widens the range of exploration available in the toxic atmosphere. This suit was developed by the Luminoth, the native race of Aether.
GameCube: Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
Dark Samus Random Dark Samus - Brawl Trophy.png A twin image of Samus, encountered near the beginning of Metroid Prime 2: Echoes. Dark Samus is identical to Samus in every way but color—she even uses similar attacks. There are many theories on the origin of Dark Samus, but none are proven.[2] Dark Samus uses Phazon for energy and can absorb it to heal damage. Samus encounters Dark Samus a number of times.
GameCube: Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
Ridley Trophy Stand Ridley - Brawl Trophy.png A high-ranking official of the Space Pirates. He looks like a pterosaur but has high intelligence and a brutal nature. He plans to steal the baby Metroid from Samus for his own use. Ridley utilizes wings for a full range of flight and attacks with fireballs from his mouth and whips of his tail. As the culprit behind the murder of Samus's parents, the connections with Samus run deep.
NES: Metroid
SNES: Super Metroid
Meta Ridley Trophy Stand Meta Ridley - Brawl Trophy.png The meta form of Ridley, revived using the Space Pirates' genetic engineering and cybernetic technologies. His thin chest plate—and weak point—is protected by a highly resistant membrane. Meta Ridley is highly mobile and features a multimissile system, a bomb launcher, and powerful wings. Ice attacks are particularly effective in dealing damage to him.
GameCube: Metroid Prime
Kanden Random Kanden - Brawl Trophy.png A bounty hunter seeking the ultimate power—the secrets of the Alimbics—on a savage planet in a far corner of space. Kanden is the result of a failed lab experiment meant to create invisible soldiers[3]. He seeks the ultimate power to prove himself as the greatest hunter ever. Kanden's weapon is the electrically charged Volt Driver.
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Spire Random Spire - Brawl Trophy.png Another hunter seeking the ultimate power, and the last of the silicon-based Diamont race. By finding the secrets of the Alimbics, he hopes to uncover the secret of why his race went extinct. Spire uses the Magmaul, a weapon passed down through Diamont generations, to launch burning magma at opponents.
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Weavel Random Weavel - Brawl Trophy.png A cyborg Space Pirate and member of a special-forces unit. Weavel was once left for dead in a fight with Samus. Like other hunters, he also seeks the ultimate power. His weapon of choice is the rapid-fire, heavy duty Battlehammer. Weavel can transform into the Halfturret where his upper and lower body split and can attack separately.
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Noxus Random Noxus - Brawl Trophy.png A bounty hunter and member of the elite Vhozon race. He seeks the ultimate power if only to ensure that no one else possesses it. Noxus uses the Judicator, an ice-beam weapon which, in addition to its offensive ice blasts, features a protective field that freezes opponents.
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Trace Random Trace - Brawl Trophy.png A bounty hunter and member of the Kriken Empire, which is despised for ruthless invasions of planets. He seeks the ultimate power in order to further empower his people and gain fame and strength for himself. Trace has stealth capabilities and can make himself invisible. His weapon is the Imperialist, a sniping laser.
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Sylux Random Sylux - Brawl Trophy.png A skilled marksman and bounty hunter experienced in espionage skills such as scouting and tracking. While much of his background remains a mystery, it is clear that he hates Samus and the Federation. Sylux uses the Shock Coil, an experimental Federation-made weapon that continually drains energy from enemies and refills his own.
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Luminoth Random Luminoth - Brawl Trophy.png A creature of the native race of the planet Aether. The Luminoth develop facilities to draw the dwindling energy from the core of their planet. However, they lose that energy when the planet is hit by a Phazon meteor and they are attacked by a race of dark creatures, the Ing. A war over Aether's energy then rages between the Luminoth and Ing races.
GameCube: Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
Sheegoth Random Sheegoth - Brawl Trophy.png A boss guarding the Wave Beam in the icy Chapel of Elders. It appears after Samus defeats four Baby Sheegoths. The crystals on its back will absorb any shots, so the trick is to shoot it in the head with missiles when its mouth is wide open. The Plasma Beam deal severe damage to this creature.
GameCube: Metroid Prime
Space Pirate Random Space Pirate - Brawl Trophy.png An enemy of Samus. They land on Tallon IV and use the energy they find there—called Phazon—for brutal experiments on the planet's life-forms. Samus makes for Tallon IV to destroy the experiment facilities. In Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, the pirates go to Aether to find Phazon. A war is being held waged there, and a race of dark beasts, the Ing, make research difficult.
GameCube: Metroid Prime
GameCube: Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
Parasite Queen Random Parasite Queen - Brawl Trophy.png Space Pirates performed many experiments using Phazon as a means to artificially enhance physical strength. The Parasite Queens are the result of these experiment on one small life-form. This Parasite Queen lived in a nuclear power reactor and fired destructive beams at Samus from its mouth. The barrier that spun around the queen reflected its and Samus's attacks.
GameCube: Metroid Prime
Metroid Prime (Core) Random Metroid Prime (Core) - Brawl Trophy.png The core form of Metroid Prime after losing its exoskeleton. It can make itself invisible for a set time, which requires Samus to make a visor change. Normal hits do not have any effect on it—the Metroid Prime can eventually be defeated by using the Phazon Beam while standing in a Phazon puddle.
GameCube: Metroid Prime
Metroid Prime (Exo) Random Metroid Prime (Exo) - Brawl Trophy.png The form of the Metroid Prime that Samus first encounters. It can become invulnerable to all but one of Samus's weapons at a time. The body color alternates between yellow, purple, white, and red, with color indicating the weapon that can deal damage. After taking a certain amount of damage, the Metroid Prime exoskeleton reveals its core essence.
GameCube: Metroid Prime
Gunship Random Gunship - Brawl Trophy.png The ship that Samus pilots. Entering the gunship allows Samus to restore energy and save. Samus has been on numerous voyages in the gunship, but after being attacked by an X parasite in Metroid Fusion, she crashes into an asteroid belt and destroys the craft. After that, the Galactic Federation provides her with a new starship.
SNES: Super Metroid
GameCube: Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

Notes[edit]

  1. On the Samus (Dark Suit) trophy, the description says "after defeating Amorbis in the Dark Torvus Temple," when it is actually the Dark Agon Temple.
  2. On the Dark Samus trophy, the description says "There are many theories on the origin of Dark Samus, but none are proven." This is not true, as Dark Samus was reborn from Metroid Prime after it stole Samus' Phazon Suit and genome in an attempt to survive.
  3. Kanden was a failed attempt at creating invincible soldiers, not invisible.


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